Bulgaria marks Sunday the annual World Consumer Rights Day, as a sign of celebration and solidarity with the international consumer movement.
Bulgarian Minister of Labour and Social Policy, Emilia Maslarova, will enter the VIP Brother reality show.
Manuela Gorsova returned to her parent's home 18 months after falling into a coma as result of the traffic accident caused by world figure skating champion Maxim Staviiski.
A Bulgarian system for personal electronic health signature is being introduced and tested on Friday.
A Bulgarian court has ruled for the confiscation of the nine Byzantine plates purchased by three Greek museums in 2004. The confiscation is possible on the basis of a special EU law, which Greece has not yet adopted, according to the Greek daily newspaper
Bulgaria's National Opera conductor, Grigor Palikarov, is set to make his US debut this weekend in Cleveland in the Opera Circle production of Pietro Mascagni's "L'Amico Fritz".
Representatives of 12 Bulgarian Orthodox Churches have supported the Patriarch Maxim, calling on the Bulgarian government to stand united with the Church in appealing against a recent decision made by the European Court of Human Rights.
The National Gallery for Foreign Art in Sofia will welcome visitors to Bulgaria's first ever exhibition of Pablo Picasso's works free of charge starting from March 13 till its closure on March 15.
The garbage that litters Sofia streets poses potential risks to human health and sets the stage for an outbreak of infectious diseases, experts announced on Thursday.
Bulgarian MPs on the National Commission for Community and Medias have suggested forbidding gay lobbying activities, stating that they erode Bulgarian "social ethics".
All Bulgaria's embassies around the world will be invited to join the Earth Hour 2009 initiative, switching off lights for one hour and sending a powerful global message that action should be taken on climate change.
Overnight snow in Bulgaria caused a large amount of disruption on roads across the country Tuesday, with 16 serious accidents and 23 people injured according to the Bulgarian traffic police. The National Road Infrastructure Agency stated that no roads
Nearly 60% of all Bulgarians believe that drug addicts should be sent to jail, data from the non-governmental "Initiative for Health" Foundation reveals. The poll has been conducted for the upcoming United Nations' (UN) summit in Vienna dedicated to dr
Bulgarians are the third most active smokers among European members, and half of the pregnant women smoke. The ranking was announced Monday after a survey done by the organizers of the "Help - a life without smoking" campaign.
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