Wednesday, 28 September 2016
News | Radio Prague

There are plans to build a memorial dedicated to the parents of the so-called Winton children, who escaped death in Nazi gas chambers when they were sent abroad from Czechoslovakia shortly before the outbreak of WWII.

National | ČTK

The Czech Environment Ministry faces another lawsuit over air pollution, which the Vlasta Coalition NGO filed yesterday, challenging the ministry's programme of tackling air pollution in Prague as ineffective, Vlasta members have told journalists.

National | Radio Prague

Doctors in Czech hospitals put in twice as many overtime hours as norms allow, Czech television reported citing information released by hospitals in different parts of the country within a campaign aimed at attracting attention to the problem.

News | ČTK

Slovakia and the Czech Republic will continue implementing joint projects in the area of road and rail connection and airspace protection, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said after a joint meeting of the two cabinets in Bratislava yesterday.

National | Prague TV

Transferring credits and going to grad school will be much easier

Prague | Prague TV

The city is seeking to make it easier to park in designated zones

Czech Republic and the EU | ČTK

Prague and Bratislava are against Britain, after its departure from the EU, having access to the EU market and EU citizens being simultaneously discriminated against on the British labour market, the Czech and Slovak PMs said after their cabinets' joint meeting yesterday.

Prague | ČTK

Three underage students were charged with bullying a Prague secondary school teacher, the public Czech Television said yesterday adding that the police ended the investigation in early September, but it did not provide any details citing the age of the charged persons.

National | ČTK

The Czech government will only rule for one more year, which moves it from the stage of taking less popular, but necessary measures, to the stage where it is lavishly handing out money, which may also benefit it in the October regional elections, Lidové noviny (LN) reported yesterday.

News | ČTK

The Czech government is to decide on the Interior Ministry's proposal to send CZK 10 million to Jordan to help tackle its problem with refugees, daily Právo reported yesterday.

Politics | ČTK

The financing of political campaigns ahead of the Czech general elections is subject to scrutiny, but parties running in local elections do not have to release their sponsors due to insufficient legislation, daily Právo reported Friday.

National | The Guardian

Raymond Sculley will appear in court on Monday charged with murdering 31-year-old Zdeněk Makar

National | ČTK

Minister of environment Richard Brabec wants to earmark another three billion crowns next year to fight drought, he announced on a political debate programme on Czech Television on Sunday.

Prague | ČTK

The Hartenberg investment fund, founded by Czech Finance Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) and another businessman, has bought a 70 percent stake in the second biggest outpatient clinic in Prague, the Modřany health care centre, daily Hospodářské noviny (HN) reported Friday.

National | ČTK

A regular automatic indexation of the health insurance sums the state pays for certain groups of inhabitants is not a sole key to stabilising the funding of health care, Zdeněk Kabátek, head of the largest Czech health insurance company, VZP, said on public television yesterday.