Sunday, 19 January 2020

Prague Daily Monitor

From Team Prague Monitor, Dear Readers:

Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Jan 2020

It is coming on nearly twenty years of the Prague Monitor bringing the English speaking community valuable insight into the daily doings of deeds in Prague and the Czech Republic. As we start 2020 we understand that we have fallen behind the break-neck pace of technological change, innovation and potential revenues. Will you help us pay for our upcoming and ongoing platform upgrade?

Alice Merton returning to Prague in February – Colours Selection Concert

Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Jan 2020

Alice Merton is coming back to Prague for a concert scheduled for February 21st. The 26 year-old German born singer has released her first full album called Mint in January 2019. The concert is part of the Colours Selection series and is sure to be a full night out.

Lamborghini burned-out in Prague's tunnel Blanka

Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Jan 2020

The Lamborghini Aventador started burning around 16:00 yesterday afternoon, closing the Blanka tunnel in both directions for about one and a half hours. Nobody was hurt in the incident.

Prague Visegrad 4 + Austria meeting, leaders agreed to alignment of interests

Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Jan 2020

Austria's participation in yesterday's Visegrad 4 meeting allowed the four nations to align with a fifth country in many aspects. The meeting took place in Prague Castle and results were highlighted by those involved after the conference.

Famous fraudster Radovan Krejčíř's villa did not sell again at auction

Prague Daily Monitor |
16 Jan 2020

It is the sixth auction in as many years but Radovan Krejčíř's luxurious villa in Černošice, just outside of the Prague city limits, remains without a new owner. The electronic auction minimum bid of CZK 28.1 million remained void of any interest. The information was released by the spokeswomen for the Executor's Association Lenka Desatová.

Bill calling to ban all slot machines in Prague on the table

Prague Daily Monitor |
16 Jan 2020

As fast as next year all slot machines could be banned in the City of Prague. The law which went into force in 2015 has already eradicated "hernas" from the city. Prague 7 went further adding that only casinos with table games available are allowed to operate, no slot machines are allowed anywhere.

Spring arrives to Šumava area

Prague Daily Monitor |
16 Jan 2020

Record warm temperatures were recorded at 15 meteorological stations in the Czech Republic on Wednesday. The warmest point in the country was the Šumava area.

Currants and other fruits production are dropping drastically in Czech Republic

Prague Daily Monitor |
15 Jan 2020

Czech farmers are ending production of black, red and white currants. The berries are most often used in processing of food products, like jams, but producer and consumer demand remain low. Farmers say that prices do not make it worthwhile to plant, maintain and harvest the bushes.

STEM: ANO party stays ahead of the field

Prague Daily Monitor |
15 Jan 2020

The STEM December political poll came out with a common result: ANO remains by far the most popular single party in the Czech political scene. The STEM poll showed that 33.6% of decided voters would choose to vote for ANO in parliamentary elections. Klaus Jr.'s political party Tricolour had the worst result, falling to .5% of the decided voters.

A Czech XXX-Mas Party

By Lachlan Hyatt | Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Jan 2020

The Czech Republic stands as one of the world's capitals of adult entertainment and pornography thanks to a perfect storm of economics, history, and its unique culture. Despite having a small population of only 10.5 million, the Czech Republic produces more than 10% of all pornographic performers in the world.

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