Schools in Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Varna have been closed until January 31 because of the declaration of an influenza epidemic in the city, which also has been hard-hit […]
Schools in Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Varna will be closed on January 27 2014 because of the serious winter weather and because discussions ar ...
Municipal councillors in Bulgaria’s largest cities – Sofia, Plovdiv and Varna – have voted themselves large pay increases, with salaries for ...
Bulgarian state railways BDZ fares for express trains from Sofia to Varna and to Bourgas will increase by five to eight per cent from March 1 2014, Tr ...
By nine votes to three, the Bulgarian Orthodox Church’s governing body, the Holy Synod, elected Znepol Bishop Yoan as the new Metropolitan of Varna. In the vote on December 22 […]
The electoral college in the Bulgarian Orthodox Church’s Varna diocese shortlisted, in a vote on December 15 2013, two candidates to the new Metropolitan. The candidates are Bishop Yoan of […]
Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna and Veliko Turnovo have been shortlisted out of an initial list of eight to be named European Capital of Culture when Bulgaria has its turn in 2019. […]
Ignatii, vicar of the Sliven bishopric and previously elected one of two candidates to be the next Metropolitan of Varna, is to face a Bulgarian Orthodox Church eccesiastical court for […]
The civil defence siren alarm system will be tested in 10 cities on October 1 at 1pm, Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry said. The 10 cities are the capital Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, […]
The new passenger terminal at Varna Airport on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast was scheduled to come fully into use on August 27 2013, 12 days after its official opening. As […]