With the deadline for political parties and coalitions competing in Bulgaria’s March 26 2017 early parliamentary elections having passed, the names of the major contestants in the country’s largest cities […]
Sofia City Administrative Court ruled on February 22 to overturn the city hall regulation that led to an increase in the public transport ticket price ...
The open-air bookstalls on Slaveikov Square in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia could be facing being closed or limited only to certain days. The bookst ...
The torchlight Lukov March proceeded through the streets of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia on the evening of February 18 in spite of a ban ordered by ...
A procession themed “No Nazis in Our Streets” was held in Sofia on February 12 against the planned annual Lukov March that honours a World War 2 Bulgarian general seen […]
In what is hardly a surprise development, the prolonged sub-zero winter weather in Bulgaria in January has resulted in high electricity bills for household consumers. In the capital city Sofia, […]
Far-right activists in Bulgaria are planning to hold their annual “Lukov March” in capital city Sofia on February 18, honouring World War 2 general Hristo Lukov, a figure condemned by […]
Bulgaria’s outgoing Cabinet has decided to extend the deadline for bids in the tender to pick a concession operator for the country’s largest airport in the capital city of Sofia, […]
The sea at Bulgaria’s southern Black Sea Bourgas port and the Sarafovo fishing harbour froze on January 12, while shipping on the Bulgarian-Romanian section of the Danube continued to be […]
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has again extended what began as the Christmas school holiday, with schools now due to re-open on January 12, Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandukova said on January 10. […]