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Heavy snowfall expected in mountainous areas on Wednesday

Radio Prague |
13 Jan 2016

Mountainous areas of the Czech Republic will see heavy snowfall in the coming days, with around 20 centimetres expected to fall by Wednesday morning and the same amount again likely to accumulate during the day.

Ex-ANO deputy head Kleslová stands down as Prague 10 mayor

Radio Prague |
13 January 2016

Former ANO deputy head Radmila Kleslová is to stand down as mayor of Prague 10. She told the Czech News Agency that three other ANO councillors would also quit as the district’s coalition was non-functioning.

Police extend investigation into leak of PM’s emails to consider blackmail

Radio Prague |
13 Jan 2016

The police have extended their investigation into the leaking of emails by Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka to take in possible blackmail, the news website Neovlivni.cz reported on Tuesday

Businesswoman finds dream buyers for historic castles

Radio Prague |
13 January 2016

Natalija Makovikova moved to the Czech Republic several years ago after being forced to leave her home country, Belarus, for political reasons.

Pigs and perennials top priorities for future Czech farm policy

Radio Prague |
13 January 2016

Approving the national agriculture plan and fighting against soil erosion are among the priorities of the Ministry of Agriculture for this year, Agriculture Minister Marian Jurečka of the Christian Democratic Party has announced.

Servicing of cars affected by emissions scandal not likely to be mandatory

Radio Prague |
12 January 2016

Servicing of cars of the Volkswagen group affected by the emission cheating scandal will most likely be non-mandatory in the Czech Republic and the other Višegrad Four (V4) countries, Czech Transport Minister Dan Ťok said after talks with V4 representatives on Monday.

Labour minister proposes 7 day paternity leave

Radio Prague |
12 January 2016

Labour and Social Affairs Minister Michaela Marksova is proposing an amendment to the law which would enable fathers to go on a short paternity leave in the first six weeks following their childs birth.

Prague Municipal Court opens case of suspected fraud at Homolka Hospital

Radio Prague |
12 January 2016

The Prague Municipal Court has opened the case of suspected fraud and manipulation of public tenders at Prague’s Homolka Hospital.

Supreme Audit Office reports irregularities in financing of regional police directorates

Radio Prague |
12 January 2016

The Supreme Audit Office has found irregularities in the financing of regional police directorates

For many listeners UK means Churchill and Beatles not cosmopolitan reality, says Czech Radio correspondent Jiří Hošek

Radio Prague |
12 January 2016

As Czech Radio’s correspondent in London, Jiří Hošek is for many of his compatriots one of their main sources of news from Great Britain.

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