Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Finance | Reuters

The Czech cabinet approved on Monday its 2018 central state budget draft with a planned deficit of CZK 50 billion, the last finance plan for the centre-left ruling coalition before an October election. The gov't is aiming to boost teachers' pay and other salaries while also trimming a deficit seen at CZK 60 billion in 2017. The state has had little trouble with financing while the country has the lowest unemployment in the EU and a fast-growing economy.

Arts | Radio Prague

Well-known in Czechoslovakia, Jan Tříska had to start all over again after his emigration to the US. But his career had a wonderful third act at home.



Czech Republic and the EU | ČTK

Britain will preserve the rights of EU citizens and it will remain a European ally in defence affairs after Brexit, British Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary Boris Johnson said after meeting his Czech counterpart Lubomír Zaorálek in Prague on Monday.

Politics | ČTK

A new poll by the CVVM agency suggests Babiš's ANO would win the election to the Chamber of Deputies with a large lead ahead of Social Democrats. The Pirates and the populist anti-Islam Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) would be the newcomers.

Prague | Prague TV

A bike sharing service has launched test operation in the Prague 7 district. The Chinese-based company Ofo has 300 yellow bikes in the district and using them will be free this year until the end of the cycling season.

Finance | ČTK

The Czech government's leadership has agreed to raise universities' budget by three billion crowns in 2018, Deputy PM Pavel Bělobrádek said during the government meeting on Monday.

Prague | Prague TV

A new section of the shopping mall Centrum Chodov will open October 11, and largely be dedicated to fashion and accessories, with a food court upstairs.

Life | Prague TV

Join us for this week's video at Art&Food ZOOna for the Bloges ART Market, Czech Republic's most famous bloggers and Eli's choice of events.

Cinema | Prague TV

If you missed Black Sabbath when they played Prague in June 2016, first of all shame on you. Second, you have another chance. A documentary on Black Sabbath's last ever show will be at some Prague cinemas on September 28.

Arts | Prague TV

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds soar into the slipstream of exhilarating new album Who Built The Moon? to play Lucerna on April 14, 2018.

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