Twelve people were arrested this evening for disobeying police orders during a flash mob protest against the amendments to the Forestry Act, passed at second reading in Parliament earlier today. […]
Unemployment in Bulgaria was down 0.4 per cent month-on-month, falling to 11 per cent in May, data from the country’s Employment Agency showed. In M ...
Austrian electricity distribution firm EVN, which services southern and southeastern Bulgaria, has surpassed one billion leva in investment in the cou ...
Lyubomir Pavlov and Ognyan Donev, the two Bulgarian businessmen that own the country’s two top circulation dailies, Trud and 24 Chassa, have been in ...
Bulgaria’s government has approved the memorandum of understanding signed in February 2012 regarding the project Cultural and Tourist Route ‘On the Road of Roman Emperors’, informs the Focus news agency. […]
Parliament Speaker László Kövér left for Romania on Tuesday to campaign for an ethnic Hungarian party despite already soured relations with the Romanian government in recent weeks over the reburial […]
A “code yellow” hazardous weather warning has been issued for 19 districts in southwestern, eastern and central Bulgaria, the meteorological institute of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences said on June […]
As the 2012 summer holiday season gets underway,Bulgaria’s traffic police are using 42 new mobile cameras to catch reckless motorists – and some of the cameras are mounted in unmarked […]
Economic growth in Bulgaria will be 0.6 per cent this year, down from 1.7 per cent in 2011, the World Bank has forecast in a report, making it the most […]
Bulgaria welcomes all foreign investors who invest in real production and create jobs, Prime Minister Boiko Borissov said at the official opening of a South African investment, the Automotive Leather […]