Wednesday, 27 May 2015
Politics | ČTK

Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka's government on Tuesday survived a no-confidence vote in the lower house of Parliament. Out of 184 lawmakers present only 47 supported the no-confidence motion,105 voted against and 32 abstained. The rightist opposition Civic Democrats (ODS), TOP 09 and Dawn criticised what they called a conflict of interests on the part of Andrej Babiš (ANO), who is finance minister and the owner of Agrofert, a giant food and chemical holding, at the same time.

National | Radio Prague

Pneumatic Tube Transport or potrubní pošta as it is known in Czech is making a comeback at hospitals in Prague and also other parts of the Czech Republic.



Prague | Radio Prague

The Prague Waterworks will pay compensation to all those who were taken sick after drinking water contaminated by coliform bacteria in Prague 6.

National | Radio Prague

The food in Czech hospitals, maternity clinics and homes for senior citizens does not meet the required nutrition and health standards, according to the results of an inspection by the Hygiene Office.

National | ČTK

Interior Minister Milan Chovanec and Human Rights Minister Jiří Dienstbier (both Social Democrats) want the parties that will fail to place enough women on their lists of candidates to lose a part of the state subsidy, daily Právo reported yesterday.

Life | ČTK

The exhibition Defunct World that will display the stories of the Czech Romanies who survived imprisonment in Nazi forced labour and extermination camps starts in the Czech Centre in Prague yesterday to last until June 13.

Life | Radio Prague

Two Czech journalists, Jarmila Štuková and Lenka Klicperová, recently returned from a working trip to Iraq and Syria.

Life | The Prague Post

Björk, Faith No More and Motörhead among the main attractions

Life | Prague TV

If you are new to Prague or have been here for years come along for a drink and a chat, swap information, experiences and tips. Make some new friends or a do a bit of networking.