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October 25, 2015, by The Krakow Post

The conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party, in the minority for eight years, is heavily favoured in Poland’s October 25 2015 parliamentary elections after its Andrzej Duda gained the presidency last […]

Healthy living: Surviving the cold and flu season

November 15, 2013, by The Krakow Post

Shorter days, chilly mornings and unpredictable weather are clear signs that the sneezing and sniffling season is on its way. Pharmaceutical companies ...

Poland’s shale gas disappointment

November 15, 2013, by The Krakow Post

Two years ago, shale gas was being heralded as the key to a prosperous, energy independent Poland, and Central Europe as a whole was looking forward t ...

Poland suspends Schengen during Warsaw climate change conference

November 9, 2013, by The Krakow Post

Poland has suspended Schengen Agreement passport-free movement at its EU borders for the period November 8–23 in an attempt to prevent disruption to ...