After Corona: Data will be destroyed

During the Covid-19 pandemic in the canton of Thurgau, a large number of particularly sensitive personal data was recorded, processed and exchanged in a wide variety of systems across departments. In the context of data protection, the Epidemics Ordinance obliges the cantons to destroy or anonymize relevant data in accordance with the law. Feb 19, […]

St.Gallen lawyer opens election campaign for board of directors

The 45-year-old lawyer Armin Bossart, currently President of the Catholic parish of St.Gallen, wants to become the new President of the Administrative Council of the Catholic denomination in the canton of St.Gallen. With his candidacy he starts the carousel of candidates. Feb 14, 2023 10:38 am Submitted/editing The 45-year-old lawyer Armin Bossart, currently President of […]

Letter to the editor: Emergency fee in the hospital – two-class society?

According to reader Alois Steinmann, the problem of overburdened emergency rooms cannot be solved with money alone. For many patients, 50 francs is not an obstacle to going straight to the hospital, and 200 francs would not deter many – and then we would be in a two-class society again. Read his thoughts below. February […]

Well-known names and a surprise on the GLP Thurgau national council list

Rewrite this content The most important item on the agenda of the general meeting of the Green Liberal Party Thurgau in the Aadorf community center was the nomination of the candidates for their national council list. This includes three women and three men, five of them experienced members of the Grand Council and, as a […]

Bütschwil: Accident after evasive maneuvers |

On Saturday at 12:30 p.m., a car crashed after an evasive maneuver on Libingerstrasse. A 19-year-old driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to hospital by ambulance. There was damage to property amounting to several thousand francs. Nov 27, 2022 11:03 am The 19-year-old was driving his car from Libingen towards Bütschwil. At the same […]

Germany approves budget for 2023

“We are mastering the crisis, but we are not neglecting the future tasks of this country,” stressed Finance Minister Christian Lindner (FDP). For the first time in three exceptional years, the debt brake is being adhered to in his budget. Because of the poor economic expectations, loans are still allowed. Lindner spoke of record relief […]

Budget 2023 waved through despite critical comments from the GPK

The Parliament of St.Gallen Catholics approved the 2023 budget at the session on Tuesday, November 22nd. At the same time, a loan of CHF 2.2 million for new windows in the abbey district was approved. With Peter Burkhard from Ebnat-Kappel, there is now a new man at the head of the college. Nov 23, 2022 […]

Free concert at Zurich main station | Abroad

During four days, from November 13th to 16th, the RCO will be touring through three language regions of Switzerland. While there are concerts in the concert halls of Lugano, Bern, Zurich and Geneva in the evenings, the musicians of the RCO have an extraordinary stage on Tuesday afternoon: the Zurich train station hall under the […]

Subcommittee: Trump sues against subpoena

The committee had asked Trump to be available for a multi-day questioning under oath starting Monday. It was a rare escalation. After the summons, Trump initially left open how he would react. Trump supporters violently stormed the seat of parliament in Washington on January 6, 2021. Congress met there to formally confirm Democrat Joe Biden’s […]

Holger Rune wins final revenge from Basel

The 19-year-old Dane, who had to fend off three match points against Stan Wawrinka in the first round (4:6, 7:5, 7:6) and then did not drop a set, is in the final of a Masters 1000 tournament for the first time. After he had no chance against Auger-Aliassime in Basel, Holger Rune constantly controlled the […]