Wednesday, 24 May 2017
Politics | ČTK

President Miloš Zeman will receive ANO's MP Ivan Pilný, candidate for finance minister, at Prague Castle, the presidential seat, at 16:30 on Tuesday, Zeman's spokesman Jiří Ovčáček told ČTK yesterday.

Business | Prague TV

The end of communism saw a big shakeup in beer brewing, with many smaller, inefficient breweries going out of business and others being bought up by larger firms so even if the name remained, it was just part of the range of a bigger label.



Prague | Prague TV

Prague City Hall is discussing adding a fleet of extended “superbuses” to improve service to the airport. Two types of buses have been tested by ROPID, the organization that oversees mass transit. ROPID last week recommended to the Transit Committee of City Hall that extended buses are the best option.

National | ČTK

The state budget for 2018 projects a rise in pensions, wages, social benefits and the defence spending, Finance Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) told journalists yesterday, adding that the proposed CZK 50 billion deficit arose from an agreement of the coalition parties.

Politics | ČTK

Pop lyricist and former businessman Michal Horáček is the richest Czech presidential candidate with CZK 232 million, far before President Miloš Zeman and scientist Jiří Drahoš, out of the trio standing a real chance of succeeding in the contest, daily Mladá fronta Dnes (MfD) reported yesterday.

National | ČTK

The State Attorney's office has proposed that the eighth man be taken into custody in the case of leak of information from Czech police databases, state attorney Petr Šereda told journalists yesterday, adding that in all, 18 people have been accused in connection with it.

Life | Prague TV

The National Gallery in Prague has prepared a retrospective exhibition of Gerhard Richter, one of the most significant artists today

Life | Prague TV

Discover with us amazing hidden places in Prague which will make your stay an absolute blast.

National | Brno Daily

Europeans are all accustomed to indirect democracy – it means voting for a representative and hoping that they will transform their promises into reality. But in Brno, democracy has risen to its new level. Its citizens can be involved in formation of a real city budget, so their voice is heard directly. Brno is the first statutory city with participatory budgeting in the Czech Republic!