Wednesday, 27 August 2014
News | Radio Prague

The Czech Health Ministry has requested a complete list of Czech nationals working in countries with Ebola outbreaks as well as Czech students studying in high-risk areas in order to take effective measures against the possible spread of the disease in the Czech Republic.

Czech Republic and the EU | The Prague Post

Document lays out the strategy for using EU Structural and Investment Funds for growth and jobs until 2020

National | Radio Prague

Employees at the country’s highly-respected National Theatre can expect a little extra next year when it comes to their monthly paychecks.

National | Radio Prague

A random laboratory test of children's schools supplies for hazardous substances commissioned by the NGO Arnika revealed excessive amounts of toxic substances in three out of eleven tested products.

National | Radio Prague

The Health Ministry is planning to have proton therapy for cancer covered by health insurance.

Prague | Radio Prague

After 164 years in operation, station is replaced by billion-crown project a few hundred meters away at Podbaba.

News | Radio Prague

After being contacted by a Czech aid worker with links to Kenya, a craft paper producer in North Bohemia has come up with a method under which locals on Lake Victoria will be able to turn water hyacinths – an aquatic plant causing great environmental damage – into high-quality paper.

Politics | Radio Prague

President Miloš Zeman on Tuesday received Czech ambassadors from around the world at Prague Castle.

National | Radio Prague

The Czech Association of Bailiffs has warned against a spate of fraudulent emails sent in in its name in which people are asked to pay non-existent debts.

National | Radio Prague

A fresh row has broken out between President Zeman's Chancellor Vratislav Mynář and a former lawyer at the Office of the President Pavel Hasenkopf.

Prague | Radio Prague

An unknown attacker threw acid into the face of a 50-year-old woman in Prague's Michle district early on Tuesday, the ctk news agency reported.

National | Radio Prague

Murder charges filed against a nurse suspected of aiding the death of a terminally-ill patient at a hospital in Rumburk, has refocused attention on the issues of euthanasia, palliative health care, and controls in the health sector.

News | Radio Prague

A court dispute over the authorship of ex-president Václav Klaus’ controversial 2013 amnesty has ended with a settlement.

National | Radio Prague

The Czech Ministry of Education will set up an office of Education Ombudsman, the news site Deník reports.

National | Radio Prague

Prague 2 district council on Monday rejected the proposal to make 1968 invasion hero František Kriegel an honorary citizen.