Bulgaria marks on July 20 Ilinden - the Day of St. Elijah or Iliya and the Name Day of Iliya, Iliyan and Iliyana.
The retirement requirement for work experience in Bulgaria is to be raised with 3 years, according to amendments to the Social Security Code proposed Monday by Bulgaria's National Social Security Institute.
Municipal authorities in Bulgarian cities of Plovdiv and Russe have stood Monday in support of local operas and philharmonic societies, which are facing a cut-down as a part of reforms advanced by the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture.
All Thermal Power Plants (TPP) in Bulgaria that pollute the environment will be closed by the end of 2012, Eco Minister, Nona Kardzhova, informs Monday.
Bulgaria's Minister of Education, Sergey Ignatov, informed Monday that he is starting negotiations with the EU to provide funds for salaries of preschool teachers.
The Bulgarian traffic police have announced that they have established more than 1 million violations on the road per year.
About 200 people gathered Sunday for a protest procession against the arrest of six alleged "neo-Nazi" who have been arrested for attacking youngsters in a tram in the Bulgarian capital.
Under aged people are working in public places in the Bulgarian city of Burgas, the city's municipality has announced.
Bulgarians are celebrating Sunday the 173th anniversary of the birth of Vassil Levski - the fighter for national and civic freedom who holds central place in Bulgarian historical consciousness - with a number of events throughout the country.
Illegal extraction of sand and other raw materials for construction is polluting Bulgaria Strandzha Nature Park, alerted park authorities quoted by Bulgarian daily Dnevnik.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Environment announced Friday that it has enforced a halting of all repair activities on the controversial repair of a ski lift in Bulgarian ski resort Bansko.
Villagers from Cherni Vit, presenting their unique green cheese, are among 160 participants that gathered Friday in Sofia for Terra Madre Balkans, an event devoted to traditional food from across the region of the Balkans.
The Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov has announced that the survey by the organization of Bulgarian immigrants in Turkey, "Bulturk", has not been conducted yet.
The premiere of the latest novel by Bulgarian author, Dimitar Nedkov, "The Bulgarian's Sign," gathered over 200 of Sofia's intellectuals at the National Palace of Culture, eager to learn more about the intriguing plot.
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