Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Radio Prague

Brno court rejects CZK 100m compensation claims

Radio Prague |
7 August 2015

A Brno court on Thursday turned down compensation claims of 50 million crowns each from the son and mother of a Vietnamese man who was brutally beaten by police and later died of his injuries.

Massive Ostrava property portfolio heads into British hands

Radio Prague |
7 August 2015

A British-based real estate company has bought out one of the Czech Republic’s biggest private owners of flats and property.

State reserve intervenes to help village where wells have run dry

Radio Prague |
7 August 2015

The state has already been called to intervene in reaction to the prolonged drought

Prague houses first exhibition of oligarch trial outside Russia

Radio Prague |
7 August 2015

The DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague is currently hosting an exhibition called TRIAL, inspired by the second trial with the Russian businessman and oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, which took place between the years 2009 and 2010.

Czech Republic needs to recruit new teachers, but low pay and lack of respect present major drawback

Radio Prague |
7 August 2015

Countries across Europe are facing an imminent lack of teachers and unless they take action they may soon face a serious problem, according to a 2015 report released by the European Commission.

Digital radio switched on in Czech Republic

Radio Prague |
7 August 2015

10:55 on Thursday morning was an important occasion in the history of radio in the Czech Republic as it was the exact moment that full digital broadcasting was launched in the country.

Czech delegation to travel to Lebanon over five missing Czechs

Radio Prague |
6 August 2015

A Czech delegation is to travel to Lebanon next week to try to gain more information on the case of the five Czechs who went missing in the country in mid-July.

Czech Banking Association improves GDP growth estimate for 2015 to 3.2%

Radio Prague |
6 August 2015

The Czech Banking Association has improved the Gross Domestic Product growth estimate for this year to 3.2 percent from April’s 2.4 percent, according to a forecast that the association made public on Wednesday.

Authorities in Bělá demand more control over migrants

Radio Prague |
6 August 2015

Local authorities and police in the East Bohemian city of Bělá pod Bezdězem, will be receiving information about migrants released from the nearby asylum facility.

Ostrava's ArcelorMittal bans smoking on premises

Radio Prague |
6 August 2015

Smoking is to be banned on the premises of the ArcelorMittal metallurgical plant in Ostrava from September 1, the firm has announced.

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