Monday, 2 March 2015
Politics | ČTK

Justice Minister Helena Válková, a minister for the ANO party, has stepped down as announced on 1 March. Penal law expert Válková wants to work in the Chamber of Deputies constitutional and legal committee and she will also resume her academic work.

Life | Radio Prague

The Most Famous Czech Fair is Back in Prague - Matějská pouť (St. Matthews Fair)



Politics | ČTK

During the second day of the conference the newly-elected party leadership also heard the first sharp criticism from inside party ranks.

Business | ČTK

The South Korean Doosan Industries engineering firm is interested in taking part in the possible completion of Czech nuclear power plants, the statements its representatives made during Czech PM Bohuslav Sobotka's visit to the company Saturday indicate.

Politics | ČTK

Sending arms supplies to Ukraine at the present time would only destabilize the situation in the eastern part of the country, Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek said following a meeting with his British counterpart Philip Hammond in Prague on Friday.

Business | Prague Connect

"Tact is the knack of making a point without making an enemy." Isaac Newton

National | ČTK

Not only disabled but also foreign children may have problems to integrate in Czech nurseries due to the language barrier, Tereza Linhartová, from the META organisation dealing with this agenda, has told ČTK.

Life | Radio Prague

For anyone in the Czech Republic wanting to experience the freshest and most authentic Vietnamese dishes, my advice is: skip the travel agent – you don’t need a ticket to Vietnam.

Life | Prague Connect

Children aren't interested in adult guidebooks

Life | ČTK

Tens of people yesterday attended a rally, staged by the Prague Maidan group, that honoured the memory of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov who was murdered in the centre of Moscow on Friday.

Life | Radio Prague

It is not often that one book receives two major Czech literary awards within a few weeks, but that is just what happened at the end of last year in the case of Martin Reiner’s documentary novel Básník – in English “Poet”.

Life | Radio Prague

In this week’s Arts, meet the Prague-based architect and designer Petr Schwarzbeck.