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Articles from Swiss News (September 1, 2003)

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A long long night! It's time again for the annual 'Die Lange Nacht der Museen' or all-night museums. Swiss News delves into four-year-old concept of attracting more museum veterans and novices. Sethi, Aradhna 1203
A matter of the law. 653
A tenor hits a homer: after 23 years in Bern's opera company, Charles Vail will go home to the United States at the end of the 2003-2004 theatre season. Bern will lose not only a good tenor, but also a dedicated baseball coach. Hays, Kim 1854
ABB: Q2 loss. 163
An enigmatic artist: Swiss artist Not Vital challenges our perceptions with his "conceptual sculpture" that frequently tells a story. A report. Krienke, Mary 794
Ascom gets a boost. 94
Beautiful Brig. 794
Blazing forests. 95
Cash for Swiss films. 172
Club news. 344
E-governing. 84
European fusion. 200
Get into the Orbit: Swiss News takes a quick look at what lies ahead at Orbit/Comdex 2003. 497
Letters to the editor. Hammerle, Theresa 136
Locarno awards. 310
Mapping out Gruyere. 970
Mercurial Mercury. Bucher, Marcel 404
Novartis: solid H1. 139
Permafrost: thawing cable car problems. 258
Play, learn and grow together: Gymboree provides for healthy interaction between parents and children in a new environment--a boon to young parents in Switzerland, who are still trying to come to grips with the "how to" and "when and what" of bringing up baby. Sethi, Aradhna 1250
Recession. 80
Remembering '9/11' and 'Ground Zero': a key panellist at the International Architectural Symposium in Pontresina (ASP), Hani Rashid, recalls the September 2001 attack on the World Trade Center in the US. He talks of rebuilding plans submitted for 'ground zero' at the following ASP. Shepard, Lyn 1112
Retaining the refreshing splash: year 2003 has been declared the International Year of Fresh Water by the United Nations. Alexander Zehnder, Director EWAG, draws interesting similes and raises questions of international interest. Heddema, Renske 2166
Roche: profits tumble. 128
Safe at home. 164
Serono: solid Q2. 81
SMI gainers & losers: July. 219
Sunrise makes communication easy and affordable: customized, low-cost fixed network, mobile, Internet, and data services make sunrise an attractive partner for one-stop communication solutions. At home, on the move, or in the office. 1119
Swiss gold rush. 288
Swiss restructuring on track. 98
Synthes-Stratec buys Mathys. 137
The flavours of fall: game: one of the sure signs of autumn in Switzerland is game on the menu. Swiss News looks at where the meat we eat comes from and suggests a recipe for venison stew. Hays, Kim 1754
The heat is on: the countdown has begun. The Alpine glaciers and the permafrost are heating up rapidly. Weather conditions have been absurd this summer. What next? Swiss News finds out. Sethi, Aradhna 2069
UBS towards profit. 154
What's on this month: your holiday. Switzerland. 2275
Women mean business: be it for financial reasons, self-esteem or just the need to keep themselves productive and occupied, women today are taking gigantic steps into the mean, competitive realm of business. O'Brien, Tom 1334
Young Swiss urged to vote. 216

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