The rate of unemployment reached 6.2 percent in January, having risen by 0.4 percent from December, Deputy Labour Minister Stanisław Szwed told PAP on Wednesday, adding that the first two months of the year were usually the toughest for the labour market.
Poznań has placed fifth in a competition to find the best travel destinations in Europe for 2019. It was the only Polish city to take part in this year's European Best Destinations contest.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, the number of drone operators is steadily growing, from 6,500 in 2017 to 10,000 in 2018.
After lying forgotten for hundreds of years in the royal armoury in Stockholm, the ‘documentary’ scroll containing a series of scenes showing the whole panorama of Poland’s military and political elite, is on display to commemorate the period when Poland was ruled by the Vasa dynasty, one of Europe’s most illustrious royal houses.
After hearing about the British shorthair’s plight, kind-hearted Wrocław mayor Jacek Sutryk said he had no choice but to adopt him.
A new museum encourages people to take a rummage through Poland’s communist past and learn what life was like under the Party.
Study finds people are content with their lives but there are many regional variations.
He’s covered 350,000 kilometres and been chased by wolves but the 65-year-old cyclist shows no signs of slowing down.
Miko Marczyk is a champion Polish rally driver making waves in the fast, aggressive sport. Aged just 23, he's already competing at the top national level of rally driving and looks set to have a bright future in the sport. As a very small boy, he was a natural behind the wheel. Today, Miko is a member of the Skoda Polska Motorsport team, one of the youngest ever rally drivers to compete at this level.
Among others, the play features the extraordinary life of Polish resistance fighter Maria Eugenia Jasińska who after being tortured for a year by the Gestapo was sentenced to death by hanging for refusing to ‘name names’.