Why are Czechs paying most in EU for mobile data?
According to an analysis of the mobile data market published by the Czech Telecommunications Authority, retail prices for mobile data in Czechia are the highest in the EU.
Economist: Czech inflation finally slows but still far from culmination point
Czech year-on-year inflation slowed in August, from 17.5 percent in July to 17.2 percent, but does this mean the Czech economy has finally turned a corner?
Tender to build new Wenceslas Square tram lines announced
Trams ran up and down Prague’s Wenceslas Square in the past and are set to do so again. The city’s transport authority just issued a tender to build the necessary lines.
Prague City Hall to look into possibility of constructing new metro line
Prague could have a fifth, circular metro line in the future, which would offer connections to many of the city’s important districts.
New streets in Prague to honour famous women, including Madeleine Albright
Several streets in Prague’s new district of Smíchov City, which is currently under construction, are to be named after notable women.
Govt. passes measures to ease pain of rocketing energy costs
The government has just approved measures aimed at easing the pressure that skyrocketing energy costs are putting on many Czechs.
Survey: Czechs now consider working from home as part of standard work contract
Czechs are getting increasingly used to doing some of their work from home, seeing it as part of a standard contract with their employer rather than an extra benefit.
Winning Prague cable car design looks sleek while solving connection problem
The city of Prague recently published some striking visualisations showing the designs for a planned cable car connection stretching from Prague 6 to Prague 8.
Young Czechs may be allowed to start driving at 17, but are they in a hurry to get behind the wheel?
Young Czechs may be allowed to start driving at the age of 17 under supervision, but are teenagers really in a rush to get behind the wheel?
Czechia boasts the biggest organic lavender field in Europe
Lavender fields are generally considered to be the hallmark of Provence.Few people know that Chodouň in Central Bohemia boasts the biggest organic lavender field in Europe.
“It would be a rough winter”: Minister on what Russian gas halt would mean for Czechia
According to Industry and Trade Minister Jozef Síkela, Czechia would face an uncomfortable period if Russia were to totally halt its gas deliveries to the EU.
Czech Radio survey: Most Czech households still manage to make ends meet
Despite rising food and energy prices, one in three Czech households still manage quite well, or even very well, on their monthly budget, suggests a Czech Radio survey.
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