Latest News from Bulgaria
Grigor Dimitrov Reaches New Ranking High
Double Pile-Up on Bulgaria’s Trakia Highway Kills 2
Bulgaria Risks Permanent Freeze of 'Environment' Operational Program
Bulgaria-Romania Trade Turnover Exceeds EUR 3B for 3 Consecutive Years
Bulgaria's Govt to Invest over BGN 35 in Sports Halls
Bulgaria will invest over BGN 35 M in 15 sports halls by end-2014, according to Regional Development Minister Desislava Terzieva.
Speaking Saturday in the western town of Botevgrad, Terzieva made clear that a total of BGN 7.8 M would be allocated for the construction and repair of children's playgrounds and sports grounds, according to reports of mediapool.bg.
560kg of Marijuana Intercepted at Bulgaria's Ilinden Border Crossing
A total of 560kg of high-quality marijuana were seized from a Romanian semi-trailer truck at Bulgaria's Ilinden border crossing point.
The inspection was part of a series of joint operations of the Customs Agency and the Interior Ministry conducted in the period March 10-24, according to the press office of the Interior.
Bulgarians Move Clocks 1 Hour Forward for Daylight Savings Time
At 3 am on March 30, Bulgarians moved clocks one hour forward to 4 am, switching to Daylight Savings Time.
Clocks are advanced by one hour in spring and moved back in autumn, to make the most of seasonal daylight.
DST is observed in all of the countries of Europe except Iceland, Belarus, and Russia.
EC Questioning Bulgaria Over 'South Stream' Ammendment
The European Commission has requested clarification from Bulgaria regarding a proposed ammendment to the Energy Act.
The Commission is concerned that the Bulgarian government is planning to pass an ammendment, which would change the status of the South Stream gas pipeline in its segment, so as not to fall in the range of European legislature.
Stefanovic, Arunovic climb podiums at ISSF World Cup
Bulgarian Tobacco Growers to Receive Their Money by End of April
Bulgaria Shying Away from Sanctions Against Russia
It is not in Bulgaria's interest to stand firmly behind EU sanctions against Russia, according to the Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin.
"At the moment Bulgaria has no alternative for deliveries of gas. Whatever stance we take from here on (regarding Russia), we must keep this in mind", Vigenin told Darik Radio.
Bulgaria Set to Switch to Daylight Saving Time
Unionist attacked in 2008 to run in European polls
Youth Unemployment Drops on Monthly Basis - Bulgaria's Social Min
Austria's Baumax Might Withdraw from Bulgaria, Eastern Europe
Austrian "do-it-yourself" chain Baumax is mulling a pullback from Bulgaria and Eastern Europe, Austria's Die Presse newspaper reported.
Earlier, its founder Karl-Heinz Essl announced he was kicking off a sale of his artwork collection in a move aimed at raising funds to save his company.