Czechs saving where they can as they brace for energy crunch
With inflation at over 17 percent and energy prices expected to go through the roof, economizing has become the order of the day for the vast majority of Czechs.
“A reset will be necessary” – survey looks into why Czechs are unwilling to learn new job skills
Four out of ten people in Czechia expect that they will be doing the same job until they retire, a new survey shows.
Czechs want to protect environment – but can’t agree on how
A survey of attitudes to environmental issues suggests most Czechs agree that climate change is happening. But when it comes to policy measures, they don't see eye to eye.
Czechia’s marrow donor registry has helped more than 2,000 patients
Czechia’s national bone marrow donors register marks its 30th anniversary this year.
Growing number of Czech children having post-pandemic mental health problems
The number of adolescents suffering from depression and self-harming has increased steeply in recent years and the number of child psychiatrists is woefully inadequate.
Prague’s Strahov Stadium could become giant startup hub
Prague’s huge Strahov Stadium could be transformed into a startup hub and testing centre.
Is this Prague’s most well-hidden bistro?
Prague has its fair share of “secret” cafes and restaurants – but this Argentinian eatery probably takes the crown for the capital’s most hard-to-find food establishment.
Ministry of education plans to attract more Ukrainian teachers and assistants to Czech schools
The Ministry of Education plans to earmark more finances to support the integration of Ukrainian teachers and teachign assistants in Czech schools.
“People are afraid of the future”: Expert on anti-govt. protest in Prague
Saturday saw tens of thousands of people demonstrating on Prague’s Wenceslas Square against what they see as government mishandling of the energy crisis.
Ten years since the methanol scandal which took the lives of 50 people
This tragic event went down in the history of Czech criminology as the case with the largest ever number of defendants – the police charged 61 people in the scandal.
First female firefighter joins Prague’s emergency team
The emergency corps of Czechia’s Fire and Rescue Service has a new team member and for the first time ever – it’s a woman.
Worms, crickets and grasshoppers – Czech Railways offer new snack selection
Most Westerners are grossed out by the idea of eating insects. But start-up Grig wants to convince them otherwise – and their products are now on sale on Czech trains.
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