• Flight Troubles? Leаrn How TUI’s Compensation Progrаm Cаn Turn Your Trаvel Nightmаre into а Dreаm

    Trаveling cаn often bring unexpected surprises, аnd not аll of them аre pleаsаnt. From delayed flights to cancellations, flight troubles аre аn аll-too-common pаrt of the modern trаvel experience. However, there’s а silver lining to these disruptions. In our аrticle, we delve into how TUI, а leаding trаvel compаny, hаs designed а compensation progrаm thаt […]

  • The film of fugitive mayor Chereches’ capturing in Germany

    German Judges Decide to Incarcerate Fugitive Mayor Cătălin Cherecheș in Augsburg-Gablingen Prison. The Former Mayor of Baia Mare, sentenced to five years in prison, resisted arrest by Bavarian police, sustaining minor injuries during the operation. The police tracked him step by step after he changed SIM cards but not his phone. They nearly caught him […]

  • The Romanian Army has a new chief

    Lieutenant General with three stars Vlad Gheorghiță is the new Chief of the Defense Staff, replacing General Daniel Petrecu, whose mandate has expired. The new head of the Romanian Army was inaugurated on Thursday in a ceremony attended by Klaus Iohannis. The new Chief of the Defense Staff assumes a four-year mandate on Thursday, inaugurated […]

  • Three disabled athletes carry the Romanian flag to the summit of Kilimanjaro on December 1st

    Two visually impaired athletes and one with physical disabilities, members of the National Paraclimbing Team, are advancing the 7Summits project and aim to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro (5895m) precisely on Romania’s National Day. Răzvan Nedu, Adriana Tofan, and Liviu Matei, accompanied by mountain guide Teofil Vlad, are the three high-performance athletes demonstrating once again that no […]

  • The Guarantee-Return System (GRS) comes into effect starting today in Romania

    The Guarantee-Return System (GRS) officially launches in Romania on November 30, 2023, representing a cycle that packaging made of glass, plastic, or metal with volumes ranging from 0.1 liters to 3 liters will undergo. With the implementation of GRS, Romania will possess the second-largest system of its kind in Europe, after Germany, in terms of […]

  • Exploring Romanian Traditions and Superstitions on Saint Andrew’s Day

    Saint Andrew’s Day, celebrated on November 30th, holds a special place in Romanian culture, marked by a rich tapestry of traditions and superstitions that have been passed down through generations. This day not only honors the patron saint of Romania but also serves as a unique blend of religious customs and folklore. Let’s delve into […]

  • Tips on attracting SEED investment and business development

    Investing in community building and attention to user experience are among the most important aspects that Kinderpedia’s founders are focusing on, even despite rapid international growth, said Evelina Necula, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of the school management and communication digital solution Kinderpedia at Investors’ Day, an event organised by Techcelerator. In addition, Andreea Pleșea […]

  • Radu Savopol, co-founder of the Romanian 5 to go, awarded for performance in the coffee industry

    On November 28th, at this year’s European Coffee Awards gala in Barcelona, Radu Savopol, co-founder of the Romanian brand 5 to go, was named winner in the Outstanding Contribution to the European Coffee Industry category, a confirmation of the significant impact of his innovative entrepreneurial strategy not only locally, but also internationally. At the same […]

  • France Rejects Extradition of Paul Philippe from Romania

    The Paris Court of Appeal on Wednesday refused to extradite Paul Philippe from Romania to Bucharest. Paul Philippe, also known as Prince Paul of Romania, was definitively sentenced to three years and four months in prison for his involvement in the illegal restitution case of the Royal Farm of Baneasa. Paul Philippe of Romania claims […]

  • Exploring Decebal Boulevard: Bucharest’s Historic Hub of Culture, Cuisine, and Charm

    Nestled in the heart of Bucharest, Romania, Decebal Boulevard stands as a testament to the city’s rich history, blending the charm of old-world architecture with the vibrancy of modern life. This bustling boulevard, named after the ancient Dacian king Decebal, offers a unique blend of cultural, historical, and contemporary elements that make it a must-visit […]

  • Google Launches Cybersecurity Skills Program for European Students in 8 Countries, Including Romania

    As part of the launch of our new flagship cybersecurity hub in Màlaga, Google announced today on the company’s blog a $10 million cybersecurity skilling program through Google.org, in partnership with the European Cyber Conflict Research Incubator. “Today, at the launch of the Google Safety Engineering Center in Màlaga — a new, flagship cybersecurity hub […]

  • Senate Lifts Immunity for ex-PM Florin Cîțu in Vaccine Procurement Case

    Senators voted on Wednesday to lift the immunity of former Prime Minister Florin Cîțu, currently a senator. The National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) accuses him of abuse of office in the case of COVID-19 vaccine procurement during the pandemic. With 90 votes in favor of lifting immunity, two against, and three abstentions, Florin Cîțu will be […]