Here are the top ten:
The 35-year-old Upper Austrian is the new paramour. At the Salzburg Festival she will play the role in a double function with death for the first time in “Jedermann”. From July 21st in 14 performances.
2. Franz Vranitzky
Parliament declared the ex-chancellor dead this week with a minute’s mourning. But Vranitzky takes the fake news with humor. At 85, he’s still in great shape.
The head of the trade union for private employees shows how you can get an 8 percent increase in salary for retailers without going on strike (but with threats). A real blessing after the 24-hour “Bahn-Sense”.
4. Marlies Wiebogen-Wessely
The story of the St. Pölten vet went around the world: she transplanted hind legs from a 3D printer into a cat for the first time.
5. Hartwig Loger
As of this week, it’s fixed: on July 1, 2023, the ex-finance minister will take over the CEO post of Austria’s largest insurance company, VIG.
6. Florian Höllwarth & Johannes Öhlböck
The dedicated lawyers fought for justice for the murdered Leonie.
The castle actor is now also thrilling as the robber Hotzenplotz in the cinema. On December 8th, the famous children’s film also starts with us.
8. Herbert Kickl
In the current survey, the FPÖ leader is also in first place for the Chancellor question for the first time. He benefits from Doskozil’s controversial SPÖ survey.
9. The Seers
The Schlager giants around “Dancing Stars” winner Astrid Wirtenberger storm the charts with the Christmas CD Stad. Her 13th number one hit!
10. Laura Sachslehner
The “turquoise enfant terrible” is now writing a book – and accounts for 180 pages with her ÖVP. An den Pranger is scheduled to appear in January.