The popular electro swing band Parov Stelar Band will play in Sofia's Arena Armeec hall on October 3.
This winter's flu strains will most likely be the same as last year's, said Dr Mayda Tiholova, national consultant on infectious diseases, for the Bulgarian National Radio.
Bulgarian environment protection activists protested on Wednesday against prospecting for shale and coal gas and their extraction in Bulgaria’s northeastern Dobrudzha region.
The fourth edition of Gorgon Fest will take place in Sofia's Terminal 1 club on September 27.
This year's edition of the European Researchers' Night will take place on September 26 in six Bulgarian cities from the early afternoon till around midnight.
Bulgaria's zoos do not cover EU standards and most of them even work in violation of Bulgarian law, according to Yavor Gechev of the Four Paws foundation and Ruslan Serbezov of the Environment Ministry.
Nearly one third of all deaths worldwide are caused by cardiovascular diseases, announced by the Bulgarian Society of Cardiology.
The motorway section from Kalotina to road junction Hrabarsko may be completed in 3 years, according to Lazar Lazarov, Chair of the Management Board of Bulgaria’s Road Infrastructure Agency.
Some 45% of Bulgarian pensioners continue to work, the European Union’s statistics arm Eurostat has claimed.
Revenues from illegal logging in Bulgaria amount to over BGN 100 M a year, according to a report of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
KTBalive Facebook group has accused Bulgaria's central bank governor of attempting to depict protests by frustrated depositors at troubled Corpbank (KTB) as being manipulated.
Bulgaria's caretaker Interior Minister Yordan Bakalov refused to divulge if there was an increased number of illegal immigrants after the strikes against the Islamic State (IS).
During this year's excavation in Europe's oldest salt mines near Provadia, eastern Bulgaria, archaeologists discovered a wall from the fifth millennium B.C.E.
Bulgaria’s State Agency for Refugees has presented a humble report on its progress in finding jobs for refugees.
An archaeological expedition uncovered a church treasure of more than 1200 early Byzantine coins near the Dobrich village of Debrene, said the director of the Dobirch history museum Kostadin Kostadinov.
Corporate Commercial Bank majority shareholder Tsvetan Vasilev has pledged to do anything to rescue the troubled lender and has claimed to have irrefutable evidence of “manipulations” against KTB at disposal.
An ongoing large-scale program for a major overhaul of streets and boulevards in Sofia will be extended into 2015.
The state of emergency in Bulgaria's Hisarya municipality has been lifted, mayor Penka Ganeva told Darik radio.
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