Our new newsletter now gives the citizens of the area a voice – the “rest of the republic”.
Osnabrück | Are the countries really just making nonsense in the fight against Corona? What is the point of free local transport where a bus leaves twice a day, and that in the wrong direction? Are high rents really a problem in metropolitan areas? Why is a new authority opening again in Berlin and not in the area? And wouldn’t it be wise, in a refugee crisis, to let a mayor from the country say what he thinks of regulations devised by officials in the capital?
The deputy editor-in-chief of the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung deals with these and similar questions Burkhard Ewert from now on as part of his new newsletter “Rest of the Republic”.
Giving the citizens a voice in the area
Ewert is also the head of the joint editorial team at NOZ Medien and Medienholding Nord, which, with its reporting from politics and business, society and culture, has up to 2.5 million readers every day in more than a dozen newspapers in the Cologne area via Osnabrück, Kiel and Flensburg to Schwerin and Rostock reached.
His newsletter gives the citizens in the area a voice by solving topics from the Berlin perspective and looking at them from a different perspective. Because 99.5 percent of Germans do not live in the government district. But that is where the key political decisions are made.
The “rest of the republic” should be heard more strongly.
So you can subscribe to the new newsletter
Subscribe now to the “Rest of the Republic” newsletter and you will receive the latest edition by email every Wednesday, punctually at lunchtime, from February 10th.