Bulgarian National Radio
Changes in last year's ordinance on billing in Sofia's public transport have sparked controversy between supervisors and passengers. On this occasion, our team contacted the Executive Director of the Center for Urban Mobility to clarify the rights and obligations of passengers when using multi-trip tickets.
The discovery of a headless baby dolphin on a Bulgarian beach recently shocked holiday makers, and pushed an old story back into the headlines.
There have been reports of dolphin calves washing up on beaches along the Black Sea coast every summer for the past few years - some missing a head, others a tail.
The two maritime airports of Varna and Burgas are expected to meet 5 million passengers this year. 2 million at Varna Airport and 3 million at Burgas Airport. This was stated in an interview with Horizont Program of the Bulgarian National Radio Ulrich Heppe - CEO of Fraport Bulgaria, which is the concessioner of both airports.
Public distrust of vaccines means that the world is taking a step backwards in the fight against lethal but preventable diseases, said experts quoted by the BBC and the Bulgarian National Radio.
The largest global survey of attitudes to immunisation indicates that confidence in the vaccines is low in some regions.