Sales hall caught fire in eltingshausen

Sales hall caught fire in eltingshausen

At about 12 noon on 31. October the fire brigade was alerted after a resident reported rising smoke from the building next door to the FC. A few minutes later, the forces were on site. Commander thorsten schlotter led the operation. Auben’s firefighters first damped down the smoke before respirators entered the hall to bring the smoldering fire under control. After the thermal imaging camera did not detect any more embers, the all-clear was given.

Destroyed were all the interior furnishings, including shelves and tables, as well as the wooden ceiling and probably also the metal roofing. Gerhard fischer of the FC board of directors was not yet able to say how much damage was done. On the spot was also the police. The cause is currently suspected to be a technical defect, possibly in the refrigerator, after doors and windows were locked.

Rally driver ogier crowns vw comeback year with wm title

Rally driver ogier crowns vw comeback year with wm title

Sebastien ogier became the new world champion right at the start of his home rally and made VW’s triumphant return to the world rally championship a perfect one.

Three weeks ago, on the other side of the world in australia, he was just one point short of an early triumph, but the 29-year-old scored the decisive winner with his third place on the power stage of the france-elsass rally.

Defeat for kirchner government in argentina election

defeat for kirchner government in argentina election

The governing coalition frente para la victoria (FPV – front for victory) came in at 33.2 percent nationally on sunday, after receiving 97 percent of the votes cast, and suffered significant losses in the capital buenos aires and key provinces. Two years ago, the head of state received 54.1 percent of the vote in her re-election campaign.

The result blocks kirchner’s path to re-election in 2015. To push through a constitutional reform that would allow a third consecutive term, she needed a two-thirds majority in parliament. However, the government will only have a slim majority in congress in the future.

Employment agency defends savings tips for hartz-iv recipients

employment agency defends savings tips for hartz-iv recipients

"These are tips that can also be found in many newspapers and magazines," said a BA spokeswoman on thursday. In addition, the booklet is for the most part a helpful guide for the authorities. Previously, the "bild" newspaper had reported on the brochure. In the social networks facebook and twitter it was discussed and criticized partly violently.

The brochure published in the pinneberg district near hamburg tells the story of the fictitious four-headed fischer family in comics. Father knut has to apply for unemployment benefit II, and together with his wife and children he decides, for example, to do without meat. "I want to become a vegetarian anyway," daughter lara is quoted as saying – she is "in the best of moods". A little later, the family sells eleven-year-old furniture on the internet. "Madness!"Father knut roars as a cupboard walks away. Son ben explains that sales from the household goods were not counted – unlike paintings or jewelry.

“Highly embarrassing for the city”

Hard nakedness sometimes pays off. Helmut furwitt has now also made this experience. For more than two years, the dettelbach resident fought against the planned construction of a new three-story duplex, which was to be built on the neighboring property in weingartenstrabe. And found out that the city administration had apparently been working for years with a development plan that had never become legally effective.

Significant deviations

In 2010, furwitt learned about the building project on the neighboring property and discovered that the project deviated in part significantly from the provisions of the 1966 development plan, a copy of which furwitt had received from the district office. The prescribed eaves heights had been exceeded just as clearly as the building limits. The latter would have moved a full seven meters closer to furwitt’s property than the 1966 plan allowed.

Association: still mineral water more and more popular

Association: still mineral water more and more popular

In the first nine months of 2012, market share grew by 4.8 percent compared to the previous year. "This is a trend that has been going on for years and is probably rubbing off from italy, france and spain," seip said in the run-up to the beverage fair brau beviale, which begins on tuesday.

According to the association, the trend toward still water is increasingly coming at the expense of classic carbonated mineral water. Its share of the soft drinks market from january to the end of september was only 20.5 percent – 2.1 percent less than in the first nine months of 2011. Curative waters are currently experiencing a slump in sales and turnover; their market share in terms of volume had fallen by 17.5 percent to 0.2 percent by the end of september. The reason is probably the "granny" image of the healing water, seip suspects.

North korea reportedly ready for talks with u.s

north korea reportedly ready for talks with u.s

Despite new sanctions, north korean leader kim jong un says he is willing to talk to the u.S. About nuclear conflict.

In a meeting with south korea’s president moon jae in before the closing ceremony of the winter olympics in pyeongchang on sunday, north korea’s general kim yong chol affirmed that his country had "sufficient intentions" to enter into talks with the u.S. This was reported by the spokesman of the prasidial office in seoul, according to the yonhap news agency.

Rhon300: tortures and triumphs

The sun had not yet really risen over the tranquil town of schondra when almost 70 athletes set off on the not quite 300-kilometer course of the rhon300 cycling marathon, which was being staged again after a one-year break. The open distances are a visual delight. Wide vistas and a varied landscape. But the constant up and down with steep ramps is a very special challenge. "The hills can demand a lot from you. One must divide the forces", female ingeborg joa, who knows rough parts of the route well as a regular guest of the rhoner kuppenritt or the whitsun event in and around bimbach. "This knowledge helps, but everyone has to fight for himself up the mountains. Of course, there will also be casual small talk in the group, traffic permitting", says the elfershauser, who actually drove through her home town at exactly kilometer 200. "At the finish i was just happy to have made it through. The exertions then fade into the background", says ingeborg joa, who is about 19.30 o’clock was back in schondra. And who, in view of the many positive impressions, hopes for even rougher starting fields in the future.

An early first agony

For the first time, the participants had to struggle in the early hours of the morning, when they set off from oberbach in the direction of gefall. Totnansberg is almost 840 meters high. On the more than three kilometer long ascent from oberbach in the direction of the iron cross, almost 300 meters of altitude had to be conquered. On the long straight in the area of the iron cross the cyclists always have the highest point in front of their eyes. What could be a curse and a blessing at the same time. As a reward, there is the more than five-kilometer-long descent to gefall with a difference in altitude of about 370 meters.

Success story began 40 years ago

Success story began 40 years ago

In 1978, the then independent municipalities of buchbach, hirschfeld and windheim were merged with steinbach am wald as part of the municipal area reform. Four years earlier, the people of kehlbach joined steinbach. A success story in the north of the district began 40 years ago.

"The past gives us advice for future action." this aphorism has great significance in the municipality of steinbach am wald, opened mayor thomas loffler the ceremony in the rennsteig hall. The honorary burgomasters joachim wiegand, heinz kohler and klaus loffler were just as happy to accept his invitation as the old burgomasters edwin trebes and gerhard neubauer. Loffler praised the energy and achievements of the honorary guests. His thanks also went to the current and former members of the municipal council, as well as to the employees and retirees who had played a major role in shaping the 40-year history of the organization.