Ticket inspectors may soon have to wear uniforms -but how will they ever manage to catch anyone out? Transport minister Milan Simonovsky does a bit of acting on the side, starring in a new road safety video. And who'll be watching birds this weekend? Find out more in this week's edition of Magazine with Daniela Lazarova.
Looking for a Superstar! Thousands of young Czechs are lining up to show that they have what it takes. The Czech who's been making the same resolution for 13 years now and is still determined to see it through. And, traditional New Years greetings cards are replaced by SMS messages. Find out more in this weeks Magazine with Daniela Lazarova.
The Czech government is often criticised by the EU and other international organisations for its failure to ensure that the Roma people living here can become a fully integrated part of Czech life. However, one of the problems the government faces in trying to improve the marginalized position of Roma in Czech society is that it lacks precise data on this particular ethnic group. As a result, it is very difficult for the government to earmark funds aimed at improving their situation. It is hoped that a proposed new survey should help alleviate
Do you know which part of Prague is slowly turning into the city's fashion quarter? How many hours of their work day do Czechs actually work -and what do they do in the meantime? And why is the Labour Minister waging a war against cyber sex? Find out more in this week's Magazine with Daniela Lazarova
All the papers today report on the police operation "Fantine" in which thousands of police stormed brothels across the country in a drive to stamp out trafficking in women. Most papers feature photos from Iraq on their front pages: soldiers armed to the teeth, flames and wreckage after another terrorist attack in Iraq.
There's not much in the way of consumer protection in the Czech Republic and believe me that thirteen years after the fall of communism the consumer still needs a lot of protection. Most of us are still so impressed by the incredible variety of goods available that we are happy to overlook a buy that does not quite meet our expectations.
Imagine coming home to your flat to find it has been invaded by 500 bats. No, that's not the latest horror movie - it is a real life story that happened to a woman in Plzen, west Bohemia. Who won the Man of the Year contest in the Czech Republic? And, the police in Pribram are investigating the theft of one of their colleagues - who may be gracing someone's garden. Find out more in this week's Magazine with Daniela Lazarova.
Jana Ciglerová: Americans say their lives are fantastic, Czechs say everything is terrible – neither is true
Study: Demand for new flats in Prague set to keep outstripping supply
“There is good, better and then there is the USSR.” – New book depicts life in communist Czechoslovakia through memories of people who experienced it
CzechTourism head hints attracting tourists no longer agency’s main goal
“The only solution is political” – Organisers of major anti-government protests in Czechia announce plans for the future