Wednesday, 22 May 2019
National |

Fifty-thousands people filled Wenceslas Square on Tuesday to protest what they say is an attack on judicial independence that threatens to send the country down a similar route with its internationally pilloried neighbours. The event marked a fourth week of growing demonstrations since the sudden appointment of Marie Benesova as justice minister in April.

Business | CareerBuilder

If you speak two or more languages the Top Language Jobs Fair taking place at the Prague Congress Centre on 25th May is a great way to showcase your language skills, and get that new job you are looking for. At the fair, you’ll have the opportunity to meet recruiters from leading international companies face-to-face.



Finance | Public Finance International

The Czech government has dismissed concerns about a slowing economy and growing spending commitments and says it will stick to a planned deficit target. Prime minister Andrej Babiš on Monday described the country's finances as "excellent" saying there was no reason to worry about growth slowing, Reuters reported.

National | Radio Prague

Diplomats, military officers and experts gathered at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday to discuss energy security and future challenges facing the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance. While discussing what the alliance may be up against 70 years from now, some argued that the impacts of climate change are likely to be the main threat.

Politics | Balkan Insight

The Czech Pirate Party hopes to ride a wave of support at home to a European Parliament breakthrough for the 'alternative' movement.

Business | Science Business

The Czech Republic, Slovenia, Korea, Poland and Italy are the five countries with the highest share of employees who are at high risk of automation and need significant training to move into lower risk jobs, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Prague | Radio Prague

Many of Prague's historic and architectural jewels opened to the public last weekend within the Open House Prague festival. Visitors could admire the interiors of more than 80 of the city's Gothic, Baroque and Modernist buildings as well as spaces usually inaccessible to the public such as gardens, sports stadiums and railway stations.

National | Business | Radio Prague

A team of Czech divers and land surveyors are the first in Europe to have succeeded in scanning a flooded cave system. Using film footage from the water-filled Chýnov cave in south Bohemia, they created a detailed and accurate three-dimensional map. The main advantage of the so-called videogrammetry is its simplicity and speed.