Zero blood-alcohol limit for e-scooters? Scheuer rejects

E-tretrollers should only be ridden by completely sober people, according to the will of SPD health expert karl lauterbach.

"To avoid dangerous head injuries, a zero blood-alcohol limit should be reconsidered," the politician wrote on twitter. In an interview with the funke media group (wednesday), he spoke out for the first time in favor of tightening alcohol limits – and promptly ran into headwind. Elsewhere, efforts are being made to free tourist hotspots from the flood of scooters.

Driver blames bus accident on

According to a local newspaper, the driver of the madeira bus accident has attributed the accident with 29 fatalities to a "technical failure" of his vehicle.

The regional newspaper "jornal da madeira" referred in its report to a representative of the transport union on the portuguese vacation island, who visited the 55-year-old in the hospital of the island's capital funchal. The relevant authorities did not release any information on the ongoing investigation for the time being.

Werner and gertrud bayersdorfer from pfaffendorf have been married for 70 years, and have been through thick and thin together. On tuesday they celebrated the rare feast of grace or platinum wedding, and in relatively good health. The two of them say: "we are happy and satisfied with our life as a whole."
The jubilee couple remembers the truth reform of 1948, which was one of the most important economic policy measures in post-war history. "That year we said our vows in the church in altenstein, where we drove up from pfaffendorf in a bus with our guests, and our account was at zero", recalls werner bayersdorfer.
He was born in marbach, his wife in pfaffendorf. The jubilarian learned the trade of an electrician and worked at the basalt plant in voccawind for a year starting in 1950 engages. "The lorry was used to transport the stone from the quarry on the zeilberg down to voccawind by cable car", the jubilarian explains. He then spent another five years as an electrician in the workshop of the basalt plant before moving to the kugelfischer company in ebern in 1956. He worked there until he was 62. He had retired before reaching the age of 18.
Bayersdorfer was mayor of pfaffendorf for a year and a half before it was incorporated into maroldsweisach. He was also a member of the local council. He is a member of the brass band, the sports club and the fishing club. He has no hobbies, but many talents, as his wife tells. "He has a knack for everything that involves repairs", she says.
Gertrud bayersdorfer nee wohnert is a true "pfaffendorfer child". Born and raised there, she spent her entire life in the town. She learned the profession of a dressmaker, took the master's exam and was also self-employed for some time. "But then I didn't want to do that anymore and only dealt with some women's tailoring problems", she laughs. She worked for the kugelfischer company in ebern for nine years until she turned 60. Year of life in shipping.
She is also a "club meier", member of the fruit and gardening association and the sports club. "My husband and I liked to go on vacation, and when we were young we rode our bikes a lot," she laughs, says the jubilarian, who is 88 years old on her jubilee day. Her husband werner is 89 years old.
The celebrating couple does not have a recipe for being married to each other for 70 years. "We've had our ups and downs, and things haven't always been the best for us either, but we've pulled through and we're still happy today," says the jubilarian, says werner bayersdorfer, and his bride nods in agreement.
They live in their house together with a son and a grandson. "We each have our own apartment, and we can still take care of ourselves, says the jubilarian. The jubilarian has two children and four grandchildren. "Great-grandchildren are on the way, reveals the bride and beams at the same time.
Congratulations were extended by district administrator wilhelm schneider, mayor wolfram thein, councillor gunter reb – also chairman of the fire department association – and the chairwoman of the fruit and horticulture association, Janett Brehm.

Protest against planned radio relay system in zeitlofs

In september, the market town council had already commissioned the company OR network with the technical implementation. Leading ambassador of the protest is elke muller. She lives in the old school in rupboden, on which a transmitter mast for radio relay is to be erected. "If that happens, I'll move out, said he clear mobile radio opponent. The plan is to supply robbach from weiperz via the elevated station in sterbfritz. From there – also by radio – the signal is passed on to eckarts, rupboden and schmidthof.

Concern for health
Muller is not alone in her concerns. More than 90 citizens put their names on the list that mayor wilhelm friedrich (CSU) accepted. Around 50 critical citizens addressed their questions to oliver ritz, managing director of OR networks. Does the internet also work in snow and ice or when all the burgers want to surf at once?? The internet may indeed be slower due to the weather, ritz admitted. But the network itself is designed for a certain number of households, so that no failures are to be expected.
But the biggest concern of the citizens was the health hazards, which can be caused by mobile radio. Reports are circulating on the internet of affected locations where, for example, the cancer rate is said to have risen dramatically. According to ritz, an expert opinion had been commissioned for this very reason, by a citizens' initiative that had similar concerns elsewhere. The result was that no danger was detected.

Randolf stuhler pedals on his bike while mixing a delicious fruit smoothie, while his colleagues are next door learning about heart-healthy nutrition. Andre deitel has a walk-through model of his stomach used to explain what a stomach ulcer looks like – or, in the worst case, what a carcinoma looks like.
Employees at the schaeffler plant in eltmann were given an unusual insight at the health day. 480 of the 500 or so employees were able to gather an hour’s worth of health information during their working hours.
"We have done a lot in the past few years in terms of ergonomics at the workplace", josef scheller, plant manager, explained in an interview with our newspaper. Thomas beigel, head of the cake department, also tries to provide healthy and balanced food for his colleagues in the canteen.
"But the employees themselves must of course also contribute to their health", according to personnel manager frank schmitt, who organizes the annual health day in cooperation with BEK. "We want the health days to encourage exercise and healthy eating, and to value our employees by telling them that we need them.", explains scheller.
The employees gladly accepted this offer, because health is an essential basis for quality of life. That’s why pharmacist margit stabler’s advice on healthy sleep and magnesium deficiency fell on fertile ground – and thomas beigel’s salad-to-go was a hit with customers.