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One in four cars on Czech roads exceed emissions limits

Nearly one in four vehicles on Czech roads exceeds permitted emissions limits, an inspection carried out by the ministries of transport and environment this summer suggest. The alarming figures, presented this week, come nearly a year after the introduction of stricter rules in emissions testing for vehicles.

 
 
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National Museum searching for early…

Few people in the Czech Republic know that a significant chapter in the history of early Czech sound recordings was…

 
 
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Hero-of-the-day: IT specialist takes…

September 16th is not a day that IT specialist Ivo Raisr is likely to forget in a hurry. His regular morning trip to…

 
 
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Czech Radio’s Firefly charity project…

One of Czech Radio’s leading charity projects is in aid of the blind and visually impaired. Established in 2003…

 
 
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“One of a kind” day of events to draw…

An international conference on marriage equality will take place at the Czech Senate on Thursday, followed by a…

 
 
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Czech baby delivered months after…

Doctors at the University Hospital in Brno are celebrating an unprecedented success. In mid-August, they delivered a…

 
 
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Government’s commissioner for expats on…

According to the Czech Foreign Ministry there are now more than two million Czechs living abroad. The people making up…

 
 
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Czech trolls tend to be individuals who…

Just as in many other countries in the world the Czech online scene is filled with hateful comments and disinformation…

 
 
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Why are Czech students less happy to be…

Most children in the Czech Republic returned to school on Monday following the summer break. Compared to their peers…

 
 
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Plans unveiled for renovation of…

After years of contentious debate, the government on Friday revealed plans to renovate the towering, exposed concrete…

 
 
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Czech government plans major revision…

Faced by an acute labour shortage, the Czech government is looking to attract more foreign workers and streamline the…

 
 
 
 
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