Tuesday, 3 May 2016
Politics | Radio Prague

On Thursday President Miloš Zeman visited a farm in central Bohemia. Not just any farm, but the controversial Stork’s Nest.

Czech Republic and the EU | ČTK

Only 37% of Czechs have confidence in the European Union, which is the lowest level of trust in the country since 2004 when it joined the EU, according to a CVVM poll released yesterday.

National | ČTK

The number of centenarians, or people aged 100 and more, has declined in the Czech Republic in the past years, also because the weak generation of those born during World War One has reached the high age, Jana Buranová, from the Czech Social Administration Authority, told ČTK yesterday.

Politics | ČTK

The Constitutional Court (US) will deal with the complaint about a part of the law, based on which the police closed a square outside the Prague Castle during the Chinese President's visit, as the law has been challenged by 18 senators.

National | ČTK

Migration and the criticism of the EU, domestic political leaders and the media remained in focus of extremist groups in the Czech Republic in the first quarter of the year, according to a current report on extremism released by the Interior Ministry.

National | ČTK

The Czech Republic could serve as a positive example of a country with a successful drug policy, balancing treatment with repression, Health Minister Svatopluk Němeček (senior government Social Democrats, ČSSD) told reporters yesterday.

Czech Republic and the EU | ČTK

The Czech government should initiate on the European level negotiations about the expulsion of the countries that are incapable of protecting the EU outer border from the Schengen system, Petr Fiala, chairamn of the rightist opposition Civic Democrats (ODS), said yesterday.

Prague | ČTK

ANO, the Social Democrats (ČSSD) and the Three-Party Coalition or Greens, the Christian Democrats (KDU-ČSL) and STAN signed a coalition agreement in Prague after six-month long negotiations, Karel Brezina, head of the ČSSD assembly members' group, has told ČTK.

National | Radio Prague

More than a fifth of vines in Southern Moravia have been affected by early morning frosts over the last week according to the Association of Vineyard Owners

News | Radio Prague

Customs officers in the Liberec region in the north of the country say they have made a major swoop on Polish exports of drugs used to manufacture the illegal drug Pervitin.

Prague | ČTK

The government on Wednesday condemned the acts of vandalism against several cafes and shops in Prague over the weekend. It seems that the extremist graffiti was scrawled on cafes and shops participating in the HateFree Zone project that promotes tolerance to minorities and refugees and is supported by the Government Office.

Politics | ČTK

Representatives of the parliaments of the Visegrad Four (V4) countries, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, again criticised the EU refugees quotas at their meeting at Stirin chateau near Prague yesterday.

National | ČTK

The Social Democrats on Wednesday payed CZK 2.4 million to the creditors of Zdeněk Altner, the party’s former lawyer.

Politics | Prague Connect

According to Tomáš Prouza, the Czech Republic is a reliable and predictable member of the European Union. How does it make his work as the main liaison between the Czech government and Brussels easier?

National | ČTK

Mental disorders kill four times more people in the Czech Republic now than ten years ago, daily Právo reported yesterday, referring to statistics.