Geneva, Lausanne react to terrorist Paris Attacks

For the latest on Geneva’s terrorist threat click here. GENEVA – Swiss border crossings with France are experiencing heavy delays following the terrorist attacks in Paris which have left 129 people dead and 352 injured, 99 of them in critical condition. According to recent news reports, there are delays of up to four hours in the…

Swiss farmer grows an 800kg pumpkin

GERMANY – A Swiss farmer has won the title of Master Pumpkin Grower after producing an 850kg monster pumpkin, considered the largest in Europe. 

Bol d’Or Mirabaud: Teenager leads team to win Geneva regatta

GENEVA, Switzerland – Sébastien Schneiter, the 19-year-old catamaran skipper of Team Tilt is being credited with leading his team to first place in the 77th edition of the prestigious Bol d’Or Mirabaud regatta – the largest fresh water sailing competition in the world, which takes place annually on Lake Geneva.

Caves Ouvertes, bikes and public transport: a success

GENEVA, Switzerland – More than 80 wine cellars and growers in canton Geneva opened their doors this past Saturday to around 30,000 visitors. Most visitors rode bikes, walked or made use of the special buses provided by the TPG, to go cave to cave. 

Drone captures images of the Arve River flood in Geneva

GENEVA, Switzerland – The sun might be shining, water levels rescinding and bridges might have reopened, but some Geneva residents are still hung up on this week’s big topic: the Arve River flooding. After all, it was the highest surge on record for the area in more than 80 years.

In Images: Switzerland Reacts to Charlie Hebdo Massacre

GENEVA, Switzerland – Twelve people, including four French Cartoonists well-known for their political commentary, journalists and police became the target of three masked gunmen who terrorized a city and brought an entire continent to their feet.