European Commission Vice-President Věra Jourová says the recently published Rule of Law Report it is based on a fair approach to all member states.
Student Štepánka Klečanská talks about climate change, the attitude of the public to green issues and the small things that count.
The exhibition ‘A Journey to Prehistory or In the Footsteps of Zdeněk Burian’ honours the Czech painter who brought the Stone Age to life for children around the world.
Lucie Koldová, known for her stunning lights, is one of the Czech Republic’s greatest designers and is a two-time overall winner of the Czech Grand Design awards.
A new website called Zapomenuté miliardy (Forgotten billions) offers Czechs the chance to find out if they own unclaimed shares distributed during the privatisation era.
News, Czech hopefuls at Tokyo Olympics, weapons amnesty, Cistercian Monastery in Vyšší Brod
For nearly six months now, people in the Czech Republic have been able to hand over illegally held weapons to the police free of prosecution.
Over 100 Czech sportsmen and women are in Tokyo to represent their nation at the 32nd Olympics, which begin on Friday and will be different to any Games seen before.
News; Government promising walk-in vaccine centers in all regions as Delta variant gains dominance; The Summer Festivities of Early Music; The plague of 1713.
The Chief Hygiene Office announced this week that the more contagious Delta variant now accounts for around 80 percent of coronavirus infections in the Czech Republic.