The impacts of the coronavirus crisis on real estate is making rentals more affordable and is encouraging young people to move away from their parents much sooner .
News, 17th century Jewish cemetery restored, remains of wooly rhino aged 20,000 years found in Brno, UEFA ruling on Kudela
The incident surrounding the alleged racist remark made by Slavia Prague’s Ondřej Kúdela during a game with Glasgow Rangers has become the centre stage of an intense debate
A 17th century Jewish cemetery in the Moravian town of Hranice, neglected for decades and slated for demolition under Communist rule, is now finally being restored.
Archaeologists in Brno have unearthed fragments of a skull of the now extinct woolly rhinoceros.
In a new prognosis the Czech Ministry of Finance says it expects growth of 3.1 percent this year and that the budget deficit will reach 8.8 percent of GDP.
News; Little-known 37-year-old in frame to be Czech foreign minister; New study highlights declining elk numbers in Czechia; Czech Made: Koh-i-noor snap buttons.
Hotels and accommodation service could face another rough summer. CzechTourism wants to pump millions into promoting the country as a safe holiday destination.
After years of a slow but gradual increase, the population of elks in the Czech Republic has started to decline, according to a new study, carried out by Czech scientists.
Jindřich Waldes was known as the “button king ”. Under the Koh-i-noor brand, Waldes and his partner Hynek Puc brought to market snaps on a scale never seen before.