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 ...
Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry said that the consolidated Budget surplus in the first half of 2015 came in at 890 million leva, or 1.1 per cent of the ...
The European Commission has approved the 34 million euro Bulgaria-Serbia Cross-border Co-operation Programme for 2014 to 2020, which covers six border regions in Bulgaria and seven regions in Serbia, Bulgaria’s […]
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. […]