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Real Estate Prices in Bulgaria Up by 30 Percent over Decade

According to statistics, tenants renting costs have invariably risen  in the EU for ten years, while property prices have had different fluctuations.

Business » Tourism | May 8, 2021, Saturday // 21:39

Almost Half of Bulgarians Are Smokers Shows Survey

Between 45.

Society | May 8, 2021, Saturday // 21:39

Europeans Become Frequent Target of Online Sammers

European consumers are increasingly the victims of misleading advertising and social media scams.

Society | May 8, 2021, Saturday // 21:38

Coronavirus in Bulgaria: 1,123 new cases

The newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours are 1,123 from 14,999 tests, the daily report on the National Information Portal shows on May 8.

Society » Health | May 8, 2021, Saturday // 12:14

IBM Presented Revolutionary Chip Manufacturing Technology

Third Line of Sofia Underground Extended to Gorna Banya

Business » Industry | May 7, 2021, Friday // 23:58

Why Bulgaria Needs More Bananas than Tomatoes?

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 2,126 New Cases

Business | May 7, 2021, Friday // 23:55

Outgoing Prime Minister Borissov Taking Part in EU Porto Summit

Bulgaria’s outgoing Prime Minister Boyko Borissov on May 7 is taking part online in the Social Summit in Porto, which is the high point of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU.

Politics » Bulgaria in EU | May 7, 2021, Friday // 23:55

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Herd Immunity is Achievable by End of Summer

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 2,126 New Cases

Society » Health | May 7, 2021, Friday // 23:54

No Road Toll for Serbians in North Macedonia this Summer

Serbian citizens will be exempted from paying road tolls in North Macedonia during the summer holiday season from 15 June to 15 August as a sign of gratitude for the vaccines Serbia has procured, North Macedonian Health Minister Venko Filipče announced on

Business » Tourism | May 7, 2021, Friday // 23:54

Turning Bedroom into Home Office - Yes or No?

Work from home is not a novel concept.

Business » Industry | May 7, 2021, Friday // 23:52

UK Tour Operators Offer Lucrative Testing Deals to Travellers

With summer season at the doorstep a number of tourist companies have developed Covid-19 programmes, BBC reported.

Business » Tourism | May 7, 2021, Friday // 16:07

EU History of Fishing Wars – No Lessons Learnt

The UK’s decision to send gunboats to Jersey in response to fishing protests by French trawlers should not come as a surprise: the EU’s history is full of fishing skirmishes.

Politics | May 7, 2021, Friday // 15:56

Consumer Confidence Index in Bulgaria Up 2,7 pp Since January - NSI

A regular quarterly survey by Bulgaria’s National Statistical Institute (NSI) has found an increase in consumer confidence in April 2021.

Business » Finance | May 7, 2021, Friday // 15:37

Bulgaria: More Shocking Facts Got out in Recent Scandal Involving Boyko Borissov

 Bulgarian land baron Svetoslav Ilchovski gave out another interesting detail, he said that Miss Playmate‘2017, Maggie Bader is the woman who took pictures of cash and gold bars stashed in Borisov's bedroom, writes Agri.

Politics » Domestic | May 7, 2021, Friday // 14:49

Bulgarian National Assembly Summoned Outgoing Council of Ministers to Parliament

Tensions have been running since the beginning of the plenary session and over the parliamentary agenda today.

Politics » Domestic | May 7, 2021, Friday // 14:38

UK Switch to Alternative to AZ Vaccine for People under 40s

Most adults under the age of 40 will be given an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine due to a link with rare blood clots.

Society | May 7, 2021, Friday // 14:13

Bulgarian Energy Regulator - Bulgaria Has Reasons to Ask Better Price from Russian Gazprom

There are grounds to hold negotiations with Gazprom and Bulgaria could receive better conditions for the purchase of natural gas, said from the parliamentary rostrum the chairman of the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) Ivan Ivanov.

Business | May 7, 2021, Friday // 13:57

Australia May Shut to Visitors Till Late 2022 amid Global Covid-19 Surge

Australia is likely to remain shut to visitors until late 2022, the country's trade and tourism minister said Friday, as another global coronavirus surge smashed hopes of a quick reopening.

Society » Health | May 7, 2021, Friday // 13:56

Bulgarian Prosecutors Alert European Institutions to Political Pressure over Independent Judiciary

Bulgaria’s senior public prosecutors alerted the European institutions to "unprecedented political pressure aimed at the elimination of specialized judicial institutions".

Politics » Bulgaria in EU | May 7, 2021, Friday // 13:47

President Vladimir Putin: Russian Sputnik V Vaccine As Reliable As AK-47

Russian President Vladimir Putin likened the country's COVID-19 vaccine to a Kalashnikov assault rifle during a televised video conference on Thursday.

Society | May 7, 2021, Friday // 13:17

Bulgarian Energy Watchdog: There Will Be No Price Leaps in Heating and Electricity

“We will not allow a sharp increase in the price of natural gas, nor electricity and heating,” said Chair of the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (KEVR) Ivan Ivanov during his hearing in parliament on the proposals for new electricity and heating pr

Politics » Domestic | May 7, 2021, Friday // 13:06
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