Thursday, 28 May 2015

Radio Prague

Police raid energy office over Vesecká letter of appointment

Radio Prague |
28 May 2015

The police’s anti-corruption unit raided three branches of the Energy Regulation Office on Wednesday morning.

Bolt achieves best time of year in 200m in Ostrava

Radio Prague |
28 May 2015

The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt, ran his quickest 200 metres of the year at Ostrava’s Golden Spike athletics meeting on Tuesday.

Czech European exports rise in spite of push to diversify market

Radio Prague |
28 May 2015

Minister of Industry and Trade Jan Mládek came into his current post just over 15 months ago with a mission to change the country’s trade and investment policy.

Mental health care under spotlight after stabbings

Radio Prague |
28 May 2015

Just seven months after a woman suffering from schizophrenia killed a student in a school in Žďár nad Sázavou, a similar attack has claimed another life.

Speculative interest in Czech crown growing

Radio Prague |
28 May 2015

As the end of the Czech National Bank’s low crown policy draws nearer, the Czech currency is likely to be the target for considerable speculative interest with no common ground on show yet whether the Czech currency is likely to appreciate rapidly or stay more or less on its previous course.

Food served in hospitals not up to nutrition standards

Radio Prague |
27 May 2015

The food in Czech hospitals, maternity clinics and homes for senior citizens does not meet the required nutrition and health standards, according to the results of an inspection by the Hygiene Office.

Prague Waterworks ready to compensate those who were taken ill after drinking contaminated tap water

Radio Prague |
27 May 2015

The Prague Waterworks will pay compensation to all those who were taken sick after drinking water contaminated by coliform bacteria in Prague 6.

Czech journalists track refugees’ plight in Iraq and Syria

Radio Prague |
27 May 2015

Two Czech journalists, Jarmila Štuková and Lenka Klicperová, recently returned from a working trip to Iraq and Syria.

Pneumatic Tube Transport makes comeback at hospitals

Radio Prague |
27 May 2015

Pneumatic Tube Transport or potrubní pošta as it is known in Czech is making a comeback at hospitals in Prague and also other parts of the Czech Republic.

President calls meeting at Lány to spur discussion on euro adoption

Radio Prague |
27 May 2015

This Sunday, President Milos Zeman has called a meeting at Lany Chateau with the country’s prime minister, finance minister and central bank governor to discuss plans for the speedier adoption of the single European currency.

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