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Will “Salotti Mall” be able to escape from Ludwigshafen?

The so-called Salotti Mall is decorated in a World War II bunker in Ludwigshafen-Hemshof. A former advertising figure for chocolate manufacturer Salotti is part of the motif of Bunker’s pastries. This photo has long been criticized. Particularly critical is the “Liberal Left” faction in the City Council. She wants to submit a proposal to Congress today to help fill in the picture. Both the term “Moor” and the person itself embody her nineteenth-century racism. Here’s why:


Salotti Mall above the bunker in Ludwigshafen Hemshof (Photo: SWR)

Will the “Salotti Mall” in the World War II bunker in Hemshof, Ludwigshafen be painted? The responsible local advisory committee is expected to decide on the corresponding application on Thursday.

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Warning about patchwork payment cards for refugees

It’s a seemingly never-ending story – payment cards for refugees. Congress and Congress gave them the green light. However, it is still unclear whether cities and local governments will actually implement it. Because the law only says you can do that, you don’t have to. The German Cities Association is now warning that a patchwork of regulations could emerge in Germany. This will create unnecessarily great challenges for trade and administration, Managing Director Helmut Dedi told the Rhine Post. In Rhineland-Palatinate, the first electoral district actually wanted to introduce the card this week. But that was a big mistake.

Student unconscious after TikTok test

I have kids too, and I’m glad they haven’t discovered TikTok yet. why? One reason for this is that the platform encourages young people to test their courage. The incident in Kaiserslautern shows how dangerous these are. A female student was strangled in a school bathroom, losing consciousness and hitting her head on the floor. She was photographed by other girls. The school has now issued the following notice regarding this matter:


TikTok logo (Photo: IMAGO, IMAGO / Rene Traut)

A Kaiserslautern student fell unconscious during a liver test, police said. She was seriously injured and had to be hospitalized.

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Demonstrations and rallies: It was May 1st

The weather was great, some outdoor pools were open, and most people didn’t have to work, but even more so on May 1st this year, and yesterday, on Labor Day, gatherings across the country and demonstrations were held, the largest of which was in Mainz. . Our summary article provides an overview of all events in Rhineland-Palatinate.


Susanne Wingerzahn, DGB chairperson for Rhineland-Palatinate-Saarland, calls for the expansion of collective agreements in companies.  (Photo: SWR)

On Labor Day, May 1st, the RLP union invited people to various events. Overview of rallies and demonstrations in the country.

A person riding a bicycle runs over a dog

A sad incident happened in Melxheim near Bad Kreuznach: a bicycle rider ran over a dog there yesterday afternoon. According to police, the terrier died a short time later due to severe injuries. The elderly cyclist said he only stopped briefly to apologize to the dog’s owner. Then he continued driving. Kiln police are currently investigating the road crash and are looking for witnesses.

For the time being, there will be no mass accommodation for refugees in Ronkamp.

Only 1,200 people live in Ronkampf in Hunsrück. The plan was to accept 60 refugees starting in April. There was great resistance to this. Particularly controversial was the idea that asylum seekers should be moved to the Ronkamper Hof, a collective accommodation facility in the center of town. But so far that’s not happening. The reasons for this are:

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The Bernkastel-Wittlich area has not accepted any new refugees for two months.  The district administration announced this on a request from SWR.  (Photo: IMAGO image number: 0067735700)

The Bernkastel-Wittlich area has not had to take in any new refugees in recent months. The reason is surprising.

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The weather will look like this today

Unfortunately, just after May Day in early summer, the weather returns to cool temperatures and cold showers occur in many places. A low-pressure system is passing over Rhineland-Palatinate from the southwest today, with maximum temperatures ranging from 16 to 24 degrees and occasional heavy rain. Claudia Kleinert has more information in last night’s weather forecast.

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Night of the Witch: False pedestrian crossing on the Moselle

So, is there witchcraft in your neighborhood? Its ruins can still be seen in some places. On Wednesday night, the traditional “Witching Night” was celebrated in many regions of Rhineland-Palatinate.

Pranks, jokes, and petty crimes are commonplace. You can see which “gags” Moselle police didn’t find all that funny in their Instagram posts.

Man dies after Taser shot in Landstuhl

A review of Tuesday night’s incident in Landstuhl: A 38-year-old man died during a police search in his apartment. The man’s relatives called the police because the man was causing a disturbance. When officers entered the apartment, a 38-year-old man allegedly assaulted them. Police then used an electric shock gun, also known as a Taser. The man lost consciousness and later died at the hospital. The two police officers are currently being investigated on suspicion of manslaughter. Police in Rhineland-Palatinate have been using Tasers since 2018. Since then, two more Taser fatalities have occurred.


A police officer demonstrates shooting with a remote electrical impulse device (DEIG or Taser).  (Photo: dpa Bildfunk, Image Alliance/dpa/Revierfoto | Revierfoto)

A 38-year-old man died on Tuesday evening in a hospital in Landstuhl (Kaiserslautern district) after a police operation with a remote electric shock device (DEIG).

morning traffic situation

Take a look at the country’s roads, which are experiencing problems due to construction sites and other reasons. You can check it here.

Current traffic report

Survey: Are you picky about passwords or a security freak?

Today is the first Thursday of May, or World Password Day. This campaign aims to encourage people to create strong passwords to protect their data. What do you think about your passwords? Do you create a unique one for each visit? Or do you use one for multiple visits? Vote!

Entering a password on the Internet: Enter a complex password in the input field (Photo: SWR)

Certainly not all passwords need to be that complex. But that doesn’t hurt either!


Dortmund beat Paris in semi-final first leg

Congratulations to BVB: Dortmund defeated Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 (1-0) in the Champions League last night. Niklas Furkrug scored the winning goal in the 36th minute. The striker was set up by a dream pass from teammate Nico Schlotterbeck and finished with a sharp low shot. The win puts Dortmund in a good starting position for next week’s second leg in Paris. Let’s do our best for them!

Dortmund striker Niklas Fürkrug takes a shot.  (Photo: dpa Bildfunk, Photo Alliance/Chai von der Lage | Gladys Chai von der Lage)

Niklas Furkrug scored the shot to make it 1-0. PSG’s opponent Lucas Hernández could no longer prevent the shot.

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Painting Alliance / Chai von der Lage | Gladys Chai von der Lage

This becomes important in today’s RLP

  • In Trier they Stay tuned for a new trial for the Trier shooter. The perpetrator, who killed five people and injured others in a rampage on December 1, 2020, had previously been sentenced to life imprisonment by the Trier District Court. However, the Federal Court of Justice largely overturned the ruling in August 2022, citing legal errors.
  • RLP Interior Minister Michael Ebling and Federal Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance Agency Director Ralph Tiesler visit the construction site at noon Planning Situation Center for Civil Protection in Koblenz. I would like to learn about the processes in the staff room and form a cooperation agreement.
  • Today it will be held in several cities in Rhineland-Palatinate Vigil commemorating union hall attack May 2, 1933. Commemorative ceremonies will be held in Pirmasens (12pm), Ludwigshafen (4pm) and Kaiserslautern (6pm). On May 2, 91 years ago, SA and SS union halls were occupied throughout Germany, and free unions were banned.

Good morning, first ticker of May!

good morning. Welcome to his RLP’s first news ticker for the month of May. I’m Mark Kalbus. We’re excited to share today’s news with you.

Do you have any questions, suggestions, or criticism? Then feel free to send us an email rlp-newsticker@swr.de.

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