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The RLP news ticker: Migratory birds on the move, will the church go to an investor?

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The RLP news ticker: Migratory birds on the move, will the church go to an investor?

What happened last night in Rhineland-Palatinate? What does the day bring? With our RLP news ticker you are up to date!

February 9, 2024, 10:03 a.m

Bye

👋Four hours of news ticker are coming to an end. I hope you had a good start to Friday and can still enjoy the last days of the carnival. On Rose Monday I will guide you through the morning again. Until then, triple thundering Helau! Hello! Hello!

February 9, 2024, 10:01 a.m

You have chosen!

🍯We asked you what filling you should put in your Kreppel/Donut/Berliner. And the vast majority of you would like to find jam in the dough. You can find the exact results of the vote below👇.

The vote has already ended.

What belongs in the crepe for you?

  • Jam 67.8%

  • Plum jam 9.8%

  • Chocolate cream 2.3%

  • Eggnog 5.5%

  • preferably without filling! 14.6%

A notice: The voting result reflects the opinions of our users and is not representative.

Feb 9, 2024, 9:44 a.m

108.5 million euros for Idar-Oberstein Hospital

We had previously reported on the funding gap at the Mittelrhein Community Hospital. The situation is different at the Idar-Oberstein Clinic, as the facility is funded with 108.5 million euros by the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. This will be used to build a new extension.

The SWR Studio Trier reported on this at 9:30 a.m.

Feb 9, 2024, 9:27 a.m

Skilled labor shortage is the biggest challenge

〽️A survey by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce among Rhine-Hesse companies comes to the conclusion that the mood remains tense for many companies. Most companies complain about the shortage of skilled workers, followed by the economic conditions and the prices of energy and raw materials.

The SWR Studio Mainz reported on this at 9:25 a.m.

February 9, 2024, 9:15 a.m

Mainz remains Mainz on TV tonight

Tonight it’s that time again: The television carnival session “Mainz remains Mainz, as it sings and laughs” will once again be shown on the screens of numerous fools. Whether the federal government, the opposition, or entrepreneur Donald Trump, everyone gets their fat off. In addition to the political lectures, there will also be singing, dancing and funny contributions, the so-called Meenzer Kokolores. Will you watch the television session and which lecture are you particularly looking forward to? Feel free to write to us!

Mainz

Farewells, reunions and getting to know each other: There is a lot on offer at this year’s television session “Mainz remains Mainz, as it sings and laughs”. An overview.

Sun.4.2.2024 7:45 p.m. SWR Aktuell Rhineland-Palatinate SWR RP

Feb 9, 2024, 8:56 a.m

More space for trees

🌲 🌳The city of Koblenz is drilling concrete areas in the Rauental district today to test whether new trees can be planted there. The background is that more trees in cities in summer could lower temperatures compared to now. The city wants to use the soil samples to find out which trees can grow particularly well there.

The SWR Studio Koblenz reported on this at 8:30 a.m.

February 9, 2024, 8:35 a.m

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Bad Dürkheim district will incur 22 million euros in debt

💸The Bad Dürkheim district will incur more than 22 million euros in debt this year. The biggest hole in the district budget is in the area of ​​youth and social affairs. In particular, the tasks surrounding the district’s daycare centers have become very expensive. District Administrator Hans-Ulrich Ihlenfeld feels abandoned by the state. Together with the supervisory authority, the ADD, the district is trying to find solutions to reduce the deficit.

The SWR Studio Mannheim-Ludwigshafen reported on this at 7:30 a.m.

Feb 9, 2024, 8:03 a.m

Rose Monday procession in Mainz: Where does the tradition come from?

🎉Every year thousands of people come to the Rose Monday procession in Mainz, the highlight for the fools and fools in the state capital. But where does this tradition actually come from? My colleague Antonia Hofmann explains this to you.

February 9, 2024, 8:00 a.m

Moselle levels are rising

🌫️ Not only did the levels rise at the carnival celebrations yesterday, the Moselle also exceeded the reported height of six meters after two days of rain. This emerges from a report from the Rhineland-Palatinate flood reporting center. Accordingly, the levels are expected to continue to rise into the night.

The SWR Studio Trier reported on this at 7:30 a.m.

February 9, 2024, 7:45 a.m

No money from the state for the Middle Rhine Community Hospital

🚫 There will be no money from the state for the Middle Rhine Community Hospital with its locations in and around Koblenz. The RLP Ministry of Health announced this in response to a request from SWR. The city and the districts are responsible for medical care. The district administrator of the Rhein-Hunsrück district, Volker Boch, is calling for clear commitments from the federal and state governments in connection with health care in rural areas. Next Thursday, representatives of the municipalities want to meet with State Health Minister Clemens Hoch (SPD).

The SWR Studio Koblenz reported on this at 6:30 a.m.

February 9, 2024, 7:25 a.m

First migratory birds on their way back via Rheinhessen

🦜The first migratory birds are already returning from their winter quarters. According to the Nature Conservation Association (Nabu), various species have been on the way to their native Scandinavia for around a week. According to Nabu, there are cranes on the way, although the last ones only flew south shortly before Christmas because of the warm weather. Storks, which are native here along the Rhine, also travel to Nabu. If you spot migratory birds, please send us a picture!

Send me your photos!

The SWR Studio Mainz reported on this at 6:25 a.m.

February 9, 2024, 7:15 a.m

Church is to be sold to an investor

⛪️ The parish church of St. Martinus in Hermeskeil near Trier is the city’s landmark. But the community and parish have no money to renovate the dilapidated church. That is why consideration is now being given to selling the church and other parish buildings.

Hermes wedge

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The parish church of St. Martinus with its high tower is the landmark of Hermeskeil. But the community has no money to renovate it. That’s why it should be sold.

Fri.9.2.2024 6:00 a.m. SWR4 RP Confetti Radio SWR4 Rhineland-Palatinate

The SWR Studio Trier reported on this topic at 6:30 a.m.

February 9, 2024, 7:00 a.m

Survey: What belongs in the Kreppel for you?

Fastnacht and carnival are in full swing, with the women’s carnival the celebrations have begun in the bars and on the streets. Food included: the Kreppel. Or donuts. Or Berliners. But what filling do you prefer to eat it with?

The vote has already ended.

What belongs in the crepe for you?

  • Jam 67.8%

  • Plum jam 9.8%

  • Chocolate cream 2.3%

  • Eggnog 5.5%

  • preferably without filling! 14.6%

A notice: The voting result reflects the opinions of our users and is not representative.

February 9, 2024, 6:50 a.m

Stopped by the police with a fake gun

👮‍♀️ 👮Lastly we reported on what you should leave out of your carnival costume. A 57-year-old from the Palatinate probably didn’t take this to heart. Because when he and his passenger were checked by the police at two o’clock this morning, the officers discovered a “deceptively real-looking blank gun” on him. This is part of his disguise as a scantily clad US police officer. Even though this check went off lightly, the police appeal to people not to have any kind of weapons with them in public during the carnival period. According to the officials, the man’s passenger did not have a weapon with him; he had disguised himself as a Roman legionnaire. Here we have summarized what you are allowed to do and what you are not allowed to do.

Is it still OK to dress up as a Native American – after the discussions about discrimination, stereotypes, cultural appropriation? What is allowed and what is no longer funny?

Thu.1.2.2024 8:15 p.m. On the matter of Rhineland-Palatinate! SWR RP

SWR reported on this topic on the matter of Rhineland-Palatinate on February 1, 2024 at 8:15 p.m.

February 9, 2024, 6:30 a.m

History: February 9th in the year…

2023: The EU commits to Ukraine’s defensive fight against Russia. “The European Union will provide Ukraine with active support for as long as necessary,” it said at the EU summit.

1984: Eberhard Diepgen is elected Governing Mayor of Berlin as successor to Richard von Weizsäcker (both CDU).

1964: The Beatles appear on US television for the first time on the “Ed Sullivan Show” and become known to an audience of millions.

February 9, 2024, 6:30 a.m

Conclusion Women’s carnival: It was celebrated “exuberantly and peacefully”.

Women’s Carnival 2024 is history. In large parts of Rhineland-Palatinate there was singing, swaying and celebrating. In town halls, “wild women” took charge and grabbed men’s ties with scissors. Thousands came to the state capital Mainz to celebrate Dirty Thursday around the carnival fountain – exuberantly and peacefully, as the Mainz police said in an initial assessment. There were only a few isolated incidents, “often alcohol-related, bodily harm offenses and detentions”.

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Rhineland-Palatinate

The hot carnival phase began in RLP on Thursday: fools stormed public squares and town halls, thousands of people celebrated exuberantly despite persistent rain.

Thu.8.2.2024 9:00 a.m. The morning SWR1 Rhineland-Palatinate

The SWR Studio Trier reported on this topic at 6:30 a.m.

Feb 9, 2024, 6:22 a.m

The view of Germany and the world

  • US President Joe Biden is receiving Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz today in Washington. This is Scholz’s third visit to the White House as Chancellor. The topics will be military aid for Ukraine, the conflict in the Middle East and the NATO summit in the summer.
  • The German Donations Council is presenting today in Berlin “Balance of Help 2023” before (11 a.m.).
  • Today (10 a.m.) the foundation stone for the new one will be laid Museum berlin modern – currently one of the largest museum projects nationwide. The House of 20th Century Art is being built at the Cultural Forum based on plans by the Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron.

February 9, 2024, 6:15 a.m

This is what it looks like on the roads across the country

The traffic situation this Friday is still relatively calm. You can get the overview here:

The current traffic situation in the southwest.

Feb 9, 2024, 6:07 am

Weather forecast

The good news: Most of the rain has passed in Rhineland-Palatinate. But a little something will come down this Friday. Warm air from France flows across the country and brings temperatures between 11 and 15 degrees. The weekend will be mostly dry and “not unfriendly,” says SWR weather expert Karsten Schwanke.

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Feb 9, 2024, 6:02 am

This will be important for RLP today

Today in Rhineland-Palatinate is also all about carnival:

  • The fools want in at 3 p.m Storm the Electoral Palace in Koblenz. It starts at 6 p.m Night parade in Birkenfeldat 6:33 p.m. the in Osann-Monzel on the Moselle.

February 9, 2024, 6:00 a.m

Good morning Rhineland-Palatinate!

A nice good morning this Friday and to today’s edition of the news ticker for Rhineland-Palatinate! It’s Shrovetide or for some, Carnival, and maybe you have Weck, Worscht and maybe Woi for breakfast? In any case, a triple thundering Helau for the final spurt to the carnival weekend!

I’m Fabian Koser and I’ll keep you up to date (for the first time) until 10 a.m. on what’s happening in RLP and Germany.

If you have any questions, suggestions or criticism, please send me an email to: [email protected].

We are in the middle of the peak phase of Fastnacht/Carnival. You are welcome to upload photos, for example of the costume you are wearing to the office today, using this form. Maybe we can put together a small picture gallery together.

Send me your photos!

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