Sunday, 26 October 2014
Czech Republic and the EU | Radio Prague

The new European Commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker received a relatively strong endorsement from MEPs on Wednesday, less than ten days before it assumes office on November 1.

Prague | Radio Prague

Prague City Tourism has just launched a million-crown-campaign aimed at attracting more Czech visitors to Prague.



Politics | Radio Prague

The ANO party, along with the Social Democrats and the three-way coalition of the Greens, the Christian Democrats and Mayors and Independents, who are holding talks on forming a coalition in Prague, have reached agreement on a division of seats in the City Council.

Business | Radio Prague

The national air carrier ČSA which earlier announced plans to lay-off a third of its staff started handing out notices on Thursday.

Business | Radio Prague

The Senate on Wednesday approved a draft bill which would introduce a third Value Added Tax rate.

News | Radio Prague

The anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International has criticized a number of countries, among them Japan, Russia, Brazil and the Czech Republic, for not abiding by an OECD convention on combating bribery in international business transactions.

Business | Radio Prague

Czech Airlines has a received a commitment for financial support from its biggest shareholder Korean Air to boost its efforts to stabilize the loss-making company.

Life | Prague TV

Monster Ball returns. This year the newly opened theater club in the Kolowrat Palac plays host to one of the pioneer Halloween parties in Prague.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

Pawz, who provides dog-walking, sitting, training and running services for busy Praguers, is hosting a fun and informative event for all dog owners and dog lovers. Paws Day will be held on 25 October starting 2 p.m. in the lower part of Riegrovy sady's off-leash dog area in Prague 2.

Life | The Prague Post

Art gallery in the Dancing House has moved to the street level with bold new show

Cinema | The Prague Post

Robert Downey Jr. plays a fast-talking lawyer who goes back to his home town to deal with the past

Cinema | The Prague Post

Too much shooting, not enough character in tailor-made Keanu Reeves action vehicle