Ambassador Brix in Gibraltar: Meeting with Governor Sir Adrian Johns
Ambassador Brix meets the Chief Minster of Gibraltar, the Hon Fabian Picardo.
Ambassador Brix meets the Chief Minster of Gibraltar for Education, Financial Services, Gaming, Telecommunications and Justice, the Hon. Gilbert Licudi, QC
Press releases, Austrian Foreign Ministry
Spindelegger: "Welcome back, Croatia, to the European family"
Speeches and Interviews by the Foreign Minister
WorldSkills 2011: Thumbs up for the Austrian team by the Minister for Education Claudia Schmied
Austrian Education Minister fires up the 350-strong Austrian team before the start of the Closing Ceremony at the O2 Millennium Dome: the young Austrian craftsmen and –women snatched up six medals in total!
Spindelegger: "Abolition of the Prohibition Act is not an issue in Austria "
Austrian food products in the UK
for more information follow this link to the Austrian Trade Commission
Writer of the City of Graz
The city of Graz awards the “Writer of the City of Graz” scholarship each year.
For further details please click here.
Austrian TV: ORF 2 Europe
The Austrian Broadcasting Company (ORF) has started the transmision of parts of the programme of ORF 2 in all of Europe including Great Britain via Astra digital satellite. Technical data and further information is available on the following website:
Ö1 - Radio News Program available on audio online
The following link enables you to listen online to various Austrian news programs from radio channel Ö1: http://oe1.orf.at/ Moreover, the most important Austrian news and interviews are available in both English and French, and some even in Spanish (see "International"). All news will be available for a duration of one week from their initial date of transmission.
Austrian Magic in an English Kitchen
Written by Rosl Schatzberger, with a foreword by Victoria Wood and illustrated by Yvonne Wise, this is a collection of the author's favourite recipes, most of which are typical of Austrian family cooking. Rosl spent her childhood in pre-war Vienna, and along with the 200 or so recipes shares fascinating anecdotes and memories spanning some 70 years. Jessica George, the inspiration behind Jessie's Fund, was Rosl's granddaughter and called her 'Oma' - the Austrian word for Granny - hence the book's title. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to Jessie's Fund, the charity which helps seriously ill or disabled children to communicate by using music.