The classic census kicked off 8 am Thursday in Bulgaria, after over three million people took part in the first ever online census in the country.
Nearly 60,000 Bulgarians will be fined over expired identity documents, according to Maria Kostadinova, Head of Identity Documents Directorate of the Interior Ministry.
Nearly three million Bulgarians have participated in the first online census, according to data by the National Statistics Institute (NSI).
Bulgaria is the second country in the world with the biggest number of bought Turkish TV soap operas.
A total of sixteen individuals holding high-ranking positions at Bulgaria's Social Services Agency were exposed Tuesday as collaborators and agents of the former Communist State Security (DS).
One of every 24 women in Bulgaria has been a victim of sexual abuse, according to a poll of the Alfa Research Agency.
A Volkswagen Passat automobile stirred excitement in downtown Sofia Wednesday morning after falling in the excavations for the construction of the capital's subway.
Bulgarian traffic police began issuing fines to drivers with old stickers on their window shields, the Traffic Police Chief, Commissar, Aleksi Stratiev, informs Tuesday.
Bulgaria's Holy Synod appeals to all Christian Orthodox to answer two of the non-mandatory questions from the ongoing Census in order to declare their adherence to the Orthodox Church.
The problem with stray dogs in the Bulgarian capital will be solved completely by 2014, Petar Petrov, Director of Sofia's Operational Program "Ecobalance" has promised.
Two more light earthquakes were registered overnight near the Bulgarian town of Petrich at the Greek-Bulgarian border, according to data from the European Seismological Center.
Bulgarian MPs will discuss measures on incriminating animal cruelty on Tuesday, the Parliament's press center has announced.
A new light earthquake with a magnitude of 3.3 on the Richter scale was registered at 6:2 pm in the Bulgarian town of Petrich, near the Bulgarian-Greek border and 170 km from Sofia.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.1 on the Richter scale has been registered in the Bulgarian town of Petrich, near the Bulgarian-Greek border.
Some Bulgarian doctors make thousands of leva per day and this is why they are protesting against the introduction of price cap for selection of medical team, according to Health Minister Stefan Konstantinov.
Bulgaria is the EU Country with the Largest Number of Women in the IT Sector
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sold its Assets and Contracts in Bulgaria