Stor Café has ditched plastic, embraced bamboo and making sure no food goes to waste as it embraces the green revolution.
HeyWay, a social-networking app now operating in Warsaw, has its eye on a greater market share.
Photographs of pre-war Węgrów show lost world and set the backdrop to a remarkable story of survival.
The “soundwalk” takes users through the area flattened to make way for the Palace of Culture.
There are very few books about Poland written by English-speakers and fewer still travelogues. Ben Aitken has recently launched his account of a year in Poland, entitled ‘A Chip Shop in Poznan.’ Engaging, easy to read and at times bittersweet, the book captures the story of an unlikely immigrant - a British person prepared to work in a low-paid, low skilled work. Where else would a Brit end up that in a Fish and Chip Shop in Poznań?
Over 100 ‘new circus’ acts – jugglers, acrobats, illusionists and clowns – will descend on the eastern Polish city of Lublin for the 10th Caranaval Sztukmistrzów on July 25-28.
In ‘A Chip Shop in Poznań: My Unlikely Year in Poland’ published today, travel writer Ben Aitken presents a captivating and entertaining account of Poland, the people he meets and his experiences of getting to grips with a culture very different to his own, as well as trying to debunk media stereotypes of Poles.
For the first time ever, scientists have succeeded in transferring an embryo into the uterus of a Southern White Rhinoceros.
The Roztocze range of hills in east-central Poland and western Ukraine has been named a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO’s International Co-ordinating Council of the Man and the Biosphere (MAB), which met in Paris on June 17-21.
The car’s compact form addresses traffic jams and lack of parking space and has been patented in countries with a combined population of over 2.5 billion.