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Brno Daily

WiFi4EU: Free and fast internet EU initiative doubted by Czech government

Brno Daily |
8 June 2017

On the last day of May, the European Commission has reached agreement upon WiFi4EU which will provide free Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the entire European Union. WiFi4EU is one of the measures to create Gigabit Society which ensures that everyone in EU has the best possible connection.

Poll: Czechs are most Eurosceptic in former Soviet bloc

Brno Daily |
30 May 2017

Czechs are more Eurosceptic than people in Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia, according to the result of a poll released by the organizers of the three-day Globsec security conference that ended in Bratislava on Sunday.

End of dubbing on Czech TV?

Brno Daily |
30 May 2017

Czech television channels broadcast, with a few exceptions, all foreign films and series dubbed to the Czech language. In 2013, Czech high school students launched a campaign against dubbing foreign TV shows and films into Czech. The results of such striving were weak; until now.

Brno public institutions will learn foreign languages

Brno Daily |
26 May 2017

How to arrange all legal papers at the beginning of your stay when no one yet speaks the language of the other?

First unpackaged grocery shop in Brno

Brno Daily |
25 May 2017

We have good news for all eco-conscious customers here in Brno. “Bezobalový obchod Brno” opened a month ago and is located in Brno – Lesná.

Illegal business with theses and essays thriving in Czech Republic

Brno Daily |
25 May 2017

Czech universities must more and more often solve the cases of students who have bought their essays or theses and this illegal business is thriving in the country, Veronika Králíková, from Brno’s Mendel University who wrote about this phenomenon, has told reporters.

Brno taxpayers can have say in city budgeting

Brno Daily |
23 May 2017

Europeans are all accustomed to indirect democracy – it means voting for a representative and hoping that they will transform their promises into reality. But in Brno, democracy has risen to its new level. Its citizens can be involved in formation of a real city budget, so their voice is heard directly. Brno is the first statutory city with participatory budgeting in the Czech Republic!

New stylish restaurant Signature lifts D1 highway up to a gastronomic artery

Brno Daily |
16 May 2017

Jiří Lešikar and Lumír Sendrei. Two Moravian friends who had for years worked in hospitality business in Prague decided to improve the level of gastronomy on Czech D1 highway. They opened design restaurant Signature at the highway exit 182 in Popůvky near Brno.

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