Bulgaria’s largest employer organisations have threatened to hold new protests in September, with the support of trade unions, should the new electricity prices that went into force on August 1 […]
Sofia City Court is to request further information before deciding on an application for the extradition of a Bulgarian retail chain store executive t ...
Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency (NRA) said on August 3 that it has started checking the finances of all print media, going back five years, f ...
Plovdiv may be just more than 250km from the seaside, but as of August 2 it will have its own “beach”, on the banks of the Maritsa River. ...
The annual “Sofia Breathes” series of events begins on August 2 from 4pm to 10pm at the Malkite Pet Kuosheta (Малките пет кьошета, “Small Five Corners”) area of the Bulgarian […]
Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered a tomb, estimated to date from the fifth century CE, on St Ivan island off the coast of Bulgaria’s Black Sea town of Sozopol, it was […]
Archaeologists working at the Lyutitsa fortress near Ivailovgrad in southern Bulgaria have found a fragment of a cauldron dating from the 11th century that was used for making rakiya, Bulgaria’s […]
Bulgaria’s Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) said on July 31 that household electricity prices will be cut by an average of 0.1 per cent starting August 1, but consumers […]
For the first time, a Eurobarometer poll has shown that Bulgarians, formerly in favour of the euro, are now narrowly against it. According to the first results of the Eurobarometer […]
Unemployment in Bulgaria in June 2015 was 9.6 per cent, the same as the European Union average, according to seasonally-adjusted figures released by EU statistics office Eurostat on July 31. […]