Prime Minister Donald Tusk has assured the mayors of three of the four Polish cities where the Euro 2012 soccer championships will be held that the government will help finance construction of their stadiums.Read more
Warsaw medical patients will no longer have to go as far as Bydgoszcz or Gliwice to be examined by one of the newest inventions in modern medicine. Warsaw finally has a PET scanner.Read more
Homeless men from the Brother Albert Shelter are actors in a movie now being shot in Wroclaw.Read more
On Jan. 10, after a long debate, God was included in the Statute of the Polish capital. The reference to God in a Statute preamble received the approval of 38 members of the council, while 13 abstained from voting.Read more
Polish art lovers have until March 2 to see work by the most promising artist of the younger generation, William Sasnal.Read more
Environmental organizations are raising the alarm about the management of Poland’s – and Europe’s – most valuable primeval forest: the Bialowieska Forest.Read more
“This could be a business revolution: The operators of shops and restaurants in the center of Warsaw will be able to buy the premises they occupy without having to put them out to open bidding.
For years Warsaw entrepreneurs have been urging city authorities to allow them to purchase their rented shops.”