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50 Years Who – Here with a children’s magic show and with Magic Marco, who lets the girl float. Photos: Anne Faden

Medical practices in the eyes of financial investors: what is the situation in the country?

7.21 am: Investors have been lobbying for years Increasingly in the health care market. Purchasing medical practices is also becoming more attractive. What is the situation in Baden-Württemberg? And what does that mean for patients?

Biosphere reserve: a special tribute from Kretschmann

7.17 am: UNESCO has given the Swabian Alb Biosphere Reserve a consistently positive rating. To hand over the certificate Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann arrived in Pvolingen on Saturday She toured the biosphere reserve with invited guests for two hours before the concert.

An insight into a biosphere reserve on a hiking tour: Premier Winfried Kretschmann.  Photo: Horst Haas

An insight into a biosphere reserve on a hiking tour: Premier Winfried Kretschmann. Photo: Horst Haas

Heilfingen: There you swing and sleep

its 7 o’clock: On a Friday evening, it was like walking through an enchanted forest to the festival grounds at Schutzenhaus south of Helvingen. Colored spotlights accompany the visitor. Stroll through a sea of ​​colour. Thousands of tiny dots of light race across the leaves, over the grassy ground, for nearly 300 visitors. Pantasonic music seems to be in the past. The band Tübingen plays a mixture of Balkan rock and reggae. in front of the stage A heavy crowd dancing, including an astonishing number of children. There are tents and caravanserais around the party area: it was “Da dancet se festival” again, this time with a camping site.

Trumpeter Timo Wetzel of the Pantasonic exploded to dance.  Photo: Uli Ribman

Trumpeter Timo Wetzel of the Pantasonic exploded to dance. Photo: Uli Ribman

Even if it is youth who sets the pace

6:54 am: large pool of Wind Music Association Neckar Alp In Nahrin – and right in the middle is Luca Meyer, youth leader of the Nahrin Music Association. He speaks in TAGBLATT for the local orchestra.

Celebrating the neighborhood: a glimpse into the future of WHO

6.30 am: Who has lived in Waldhäuser Ost since the beginning of 1971? After asking Lord Mayor Boris Palmer on Saturday afternoon, a few fingers pointed to the sky over the northeastern part of town. Additionally, on the stage of the Geschwister-Scholl-School yard, which was lined with a bouncy, frequented castle, food and information stalls, the large band of the music school and contemporary witnesses congratulated the fiftieth birthday. The extensive festival program was also presented Future discussion and opening of a new open space in the Youth Forum behind GSS.

“Who’s next — how many new things do we want for Waldhauser Ost?” asked urban planner Lisa Kuchel of the Weber Institute and partner.

Rapper Avrop in Reutlingen: From the bosom of the collective farm

6.22 am: Is German rap dead? In this country, hip-hop was once partly anarchist, and partly a deeply democratic principle of self-actualization. All you need is sound, full tones and heavy soundscapes. And today? Claiming to create something of his own has long since entered the mainstream and is quoted by many more rappers than life. This With 45-year-old Robert Zimichel aka Avrupwhich appeared Friday in Reutlinger franz.K, is no different.

During the 1990s, he was considered one of Germany’s most ambitious rappers, precisely because of his provocative wit, but also thanks to his many public appearances. 380 fans celebrated it well in Reutlingen.

Tübingen: Dissatisfied exhibitors at the FDF trade fair

6.09 am: Nine days later, the big consumer fair “FDF – For the Family” on the Tübingen Festival Arena came to an end on Sunday. she was lying down A year later he was smaller than usual – It attracted very few visitors, according to some exhibitors.

Walz Haustechnik was one of the local craft companies that exhibited at FDF.  Photo: Anne Faden

Walz Haustechnik was one of the local craft companies that exhibited at FDF. Photo: Anne Faden

The best sports photos of the weekend

06:00: Good morning from the online editorial team. First, take a look at the two big sporting events of the weekend: The Playoff Finals for Tigers in Basketball League Two and Mössinger Stadtlauf. The top reports are here, each with the best photos:

Final match: Tigers defeat Rostock and miss the tournament

A victory from start to finish – and a surprise

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