Thursday, 24 July 2014
News | Radio Prague

Prague and National Geographic have reached a written agreement putting to bed a case concerning a controversial episode of a TV series broadcast by the National Geographic Channel in 2012. The city maintained that the show Scam City, focusing on the darker side of tourism, had hurt Prague’s reputation, faking some sequences which consequently cast the city in a poor light.

National | Radio Prague

The environment minister has just unveiled what he describes as a revolutionary amendment aimed at making the Czech Republic’s national parks more accessible to the public.



Politics | Radio Prague

The Czech Health Ministry on Wednesday presented a national strategy to improve public health, which has in some respects deteriorated over the past decades.

News | Radio Prague

The Czech daily Mláda Fronta Dnes reported Wednesday how two men convicted of wiretapping top state figures received conditional sentences and the identity of those who ordered the spying was never revealed.

Czech Republic and the EU | Radio Prague

The selection of a Czech candidate for the European Commission has been the subject of a major contest on the Czech political scene this summer.

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On Wednesday, 23 July 2014, the Senate approved a law amendment enabling accelerated construction of traffic infrastructure.

Finance | Reuters

The Czech Republic's coalition appeared to be in disarray on Wednesday after parliament approved a surprise cut in petrol tax and then overturned that decision an hour later after the finance minister objected to losing the revenue.

Life | Prague Post

Physical theater piece explores the experience of not belonging either home or abroad

Life | Prague Post

Parov Stelar Band highlights 15th year of unique music fest

Life | Prague TV

The famous American crooner will perform in Kongresový sál on Saturday, 20 September.

News | Prague Post

Sports sponsorship has been a dream of the founder, but so far the dating site has failed to score