The Swiss postal service is trying out rolling robots that can deliver parcels within about a 5km radius of home.
A wrong turn into what the driver thought was the parking lot turned into a dramatic ride down the stairs into a Post Office.
Spanish open-water swimmer Jaime Caballero set a new world record for speed in swimming the 83 km (over 50-mile) length of Lake Geneva.
Valued for its fruit, the plant that gives us kiwi fruit can also damage young forest growth when it gets out of hand.
Geneva's local currency, the léman, aims to keep spending local. It's now extended its range to nearby Lausanne.
Nestle's birthday brings a new museum and an upgrade for another in its 'home town' or Vevey, near Lausanne.
The 8th annual Net'Leman drew over 1000 volunteers to the shores of Lake Geneva; they pulled over 4000 tonnes of rubbish from the lake and shore.
Switzerland is about to open the new St. Gotthard Base Tunnel, 35 miles long and as much as 7500 feet deep to speed up rail traffic through the Alps.
On the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a museum exhibit at a museum in Geneva, where it was written.
An area of Switzerland popular with hikers and bikers is installing fences and warning signs to keep them safe from aggressive cows protecting calves.
British archaeologists have found evidence that cheese-making in the high Alpine regions may date back to the Iron Age, 3000 years ago.
Swiss solar plane Solar Impulse 2 completes its delayed trans-Pacific leg to arrive in California on a round-the-world flight without fuel.
A popular Youtube video posted last week shows cows literally jumping for joy as they are released into pasture after an indoor winter.
Basel's annual pre-Lent carnival, yodeling and a wine festival have all been nominated by Switzerland as UNESCO intangible cultural heritages.
Bern, Switzerland's "boring" capital will add a little spice today with a fountain flowing with wine to celebrate its 1848 choice as the capital.