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Govt plans revolutionary changes to ubiquitous 'rodné číslo'

Radio Prague |
3 August 2010

The new government is preparing a minor revolution in an area of life that deeply affects every one of the country's 10 million citizens, and even its foreign residents too.

Respected research institute to get major make-over

Radio Prague |
30 July 2010

The Research Institute of Fish Culture and Hydrobiology in Vodňany, South Bohemia, will soon get a major make-over to the tune of CZK 370 million.

Czech pavilion at Shanghai expo getting record attendance

Radio Prague |
30 July 2010

The Czech Republic's pavilion at the Expo2010 fair in Shanghai is proving an enormous success.

Kajínek – gripping story of convicted killer who maintains his innocence

Radio Prague |
30 July 2010

A new film hits the cinema screens next week about the Czech Republic's most notorious prisoner - Jiří Kajínek.

Authorities okay moving Brno's main train station out of city centre

Radio Prague |
29 July 2010

The Moravian city of Brno might soon see its main train station move out of city centre.

Fashion Expert: EnvMin's new dress code merely demands reasonable business attire

Radio Prague |
29 July 2010

Long-sleeved dress shirts and slacks for men, knee-length skirts and long-sleeved blouses for women, no open-toe shoes or sandals: This is the dress code that newly appointed Minister of the Environment Pavel Drobil is asking employees of his ministry to abide by in the future.

Summer Czech language courses in Dobruška

Radio Prague |
29 July 2010

For the last 20 years, Prague's Charles University has been organizing summer language courses for expats at this particular venue.

Constitutional Court rules against automatic loss of voting right in incapacitation cases

Radio Prague |
27 July 2010

The Constitutional Court has ruled that Czechs who were stripped of their legal capacity due to conditions such as mental retardation and dementia will not automatically loose their right to vote.

Jan Bubeník – one of the student leaders of the Velvet Revolution

Radio Prague |
27 July 2010

Jan Bubeník was one of the organisers of a student march in Prague on 17 November, 1989 to mark the anniversary of a Nazi crackdown on Czech universities 50 years previously.

2010 Summer Film School begins in Uherské Hradiště

Radio Prague |
26 July 2010

The largest non-competition movie festival in the country has a lot in store for the 3,300 visitors already accredited, namely an astounding array of films, but also special workshops with this year's star guests, who include British director Ken Loach, and much to do outside the cinema.

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