Wednesday, 2 September 2015
Business | ČTK

The tax office has uncovered the biggest case of tax evasion on VAT in the Czech Republic, when two companies gained CZK 4.5 billion by illegal transactions with precious metals. This is called a carousel fraud. The goods are repeatedly sold, which increases the VAT. The firm that should have paid the VAT does not do so, but another firm in the chain deducts the VAT from its payments to the state.

National | ČTK

Firefighters had to assist in 5884 fires, in which 27 people died and 253 were injured, in the Czech Republic in July and August, which is the highest number in 20 years.



 

 

National | ČTK

The Czech prime minister, Bohuslav Sobotka, has offered Serbia CZK 10 million in financial aid to help deal with a wave of refugees.

National | Radio Prague

A lawyer for Kevin Dahlgren says his client’s legal action against being remanded in custody on four counts of murder is unlikely to succeed, Czech Television reported.

National | ČTK

Interior Minister Milan Chovanec expects the culmination of the migration wave yet to come, he said yesterday during an official visit to Serbia, where he accompanies Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka.

National | ČTK

The problems of Czech Romani children at school are caused mainly by their family environment and not by lack of talent, teachers at the first grade of primary schools say in a survey conducted by the Open Society organisation, its representatives told ČTK yesterday.

National | ČTK

Almost three-fifths of Czechs are not satisfied with the way the government is dealing with the current migration wave, according to a recent poll conducted by the Focus polling institute and released yesterday.

Life»
Life | Radio Prague

The actress Vlasta Chramostová has been inducted into a new Hall of Fame at the National Theatre in Prague.

Life | Prague TV

Five-star luxury experience on top of Prague

Life | Prague TV

Eugeen Van Mieghem and the Jewish Emigrants to the New World

Life | Prague TV

American progressive rock band Battles will be hitting Prague's MeetFactory on Monday, 7 September.

Sports»
Sport | Radio Prague

The deputy chairman of the Czech Football Association, Roman Berbr, and the chairwoman of the referees commission, Dagmar Damková, say they will take legal action against former referee Libor Kovařík.