Monday, 20 November 2017
National | Prague TV

The Legislative Committee Prague City Hall recently discussed a draft of measure to reduce traffic during a smog situation. In the most serious smog situation, trucks over six tons would not be allowed to drive in the city. Cars would be divided based on odd and even licenses and allowed to drive in the city on matching calendar days. The change could apply from February next year. Similar measures are used in other European cities such as Paris.

Prague | Prague TV

The holiday markets are starting to open in Prague, with the first at náměstí Míru on Nov. 20. The last ones to open include Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, which traditionally open the day before Advent. This year they start Dec.2.



National | ČTK

Czech politicians are courting ultra-right extremist parties to gain majority in parliament now, while in the 1990s, the Czech Republic reacted to racist incidents by "a revolt of decent people," the Spiegel Online German site wrote.

National | ČTK

President Miloš Zeman, who starts a visit to Russia on Monday, is known for his positive approach to Russia and its President Vladimir Putin, but on some occasions the Czech cabinet warned that Zeman's views on events involving Russia go counter to Prague's official foreign policy.

Prague | Prague TV

The Nusle Bridge (Nuselský most) is fully accessible again after six years of renovation work. Only minor adjustments still need to be made. These should be done by Dec. 15 and will not affect traffic on the bridge.

National | ČTK

Mionší, a valuable beech-fir forest in the Beskydy mountain range, has been declared a no-intervention zone left to spontaneous development and designed for scientific research.

Business | Prague Leadership Institute

You can't have a million dollar dream with a minimum wage work ethic. We all have dreams, but the question is what are we willing to do in order to achieve those dreams?

Life | Prague TV

Join us for this week's video at Plechová Huba 2017, the maybe hottest event of the year ...

Arts | Prague TV

The most extensive exhibition of works by Czech illustrator Josef Lada has opened at the Dancing House and will run to April 1, 2018. Lada illustrated books such as The Good Soldier Švejk and numerous works for children.

Prague | Prague TV

More security cameras will be installed on buses and trams in response to recent incidents of crime. Some 200 cameras should be supplied to buses in December, and a tender for 250 CCTV cameras for trams is planned for next year.

Opinion | ČTK

Post-election talks have been inconclusive so far but it is not due to lacking solutions but to democratic parties' obstinacy, which prevents the emergence of a new government and with which the election-winning ANO will cope sooner or later, Petr Honzejk wrote in Hospodářské noviny.