Irina Poenaru

New international arrivals terminal of 'Traian Vuia' International Airport in Timisoara, inaugurated

The "Traian Vuia" International Airport in Timisoara (AIT) has inaugurated, on Thursday, the new international passenger arrivals terminal, after the completion of the first stage of the investment project of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, partly funded from non-reimbursable European funds.

A photographer from Odorheiu Secuiesc receives "European Citizen's Prize 2021" for Geofolk project

Photographer David Botond, from Odorheiu Secuiesc, has received the "European Citizen 2021" Prize from the European Parliament for the Geofolk project, which brings together the largest collection of photographs in the world with folk costumes, images captured in recent years.

IGSU: Floods in 36 localities in 15 counties; firefighters evacuate tens of tourists

Heavy rainfalls in the past 24 hours have caused floods in 36 localities in 15 counties, firefighters intervening to evacuate tens of tourists blocked by floods, the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations informs on Wednesday (IGSU). The hit counties were Alba, Arges, Botosani, Brasov, Cluj, Caras-Severin, Covasna, Dambovita, Hunedoara, Neamt, Olt, Prahova, Sibiu, Tulcea and Timis.

UBB University, among world's top 500, first in Romania for economics, econometrics

The Faculty of Economics and Business Management (FSEGA) of the Cluj-Napoca-based Babes-Bolyai University (UBB) is ranking among the top 500 educational institutions in the world and it is first in Romania for subjects of economics and econometrics, according to Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) 2021.

Dozens of Romanian, foreign music artists to offer ten days of music at Electric Castle

Dozens of music artists from Romania and abroad are inviting their fans to the ten-day Electric Castle Festival, which will take place in Cluj-Napoca and Bontida, August 6-15. "Three days, six stages, dozens of music artists for the first weekend of EC_Special, all at Banffy Castle.

Over 240 dancers from 20 countries compete to join Iasi Opera House team

The Iasi National Opera House organised lately several staffing contests, and the Ballet Department has drawn the toughest competition as over 240 dancers from 20 countries applied to join. "The toughest competition is at the Ballet Department that will hold an assessment and selection audition for in-house collaborating dancers for the 2021-2022 season.

UV Timisoara, present in RUR Subject Rankings 2021 in 'Natural Sciences' and 'Technical Sciences'

The West University of Timisoara (UVT) is present in the RUR Subject Rankings, the 2021 edition, in the domains "Natural Sciences" and "Technical Sciences." In the "Natural Sciences" domain, UVT takes first place at the national level in the Research Ranking of this domain, and at the world level occupies spot 376 out of 700 universities in this domain.

PSD Deputy Rasaliu: Governing coalition steals 2.1 billion RON from children's pockets

Social Democratic Party (PSD) deputy from Brasov, Marian Rasaliu, has claimed, on Monday, in a press release, that the representatives of the governing coalition "are stealing from the children' pockets" the sums promised as increases for allowances, mentioning that the National Liberal Party (PNL) lied in the electoral campaign when it promised a staggered increase towards doubling them.

EnviMin, regarding Eforie beach: We want a modern seaside, with biodiversity protection

The Minister of Environment, Waters and Forests, Tanczos Barna, declared on Friday, in Eforie (resort and town on the Black Sea's shore, ed.n), where the works for expanding the beach have begun, that the authorities want a modern resort, from a tourist point of view, which offers the possibility of carrying out economic activities in 21st century conditions while also following to protect biod