TFN explores a city that was once a smoking ruin but now mixes historical charm with a cutting-edge cultural scene and thriving nightlife.
To help reduce waste, the Polish government has agreed on a new law that will force food sellers to donate any unsold foodstuff to non-governmental organizations or receive a fine of 0.1 PLN per kilo of wasted foodstuff.
It took vets especially flown in from South Africa five hours to deal with the 20-year-old Israeli-born African Elephant’s teeth and last tusk after it was discovered to be in “very bad condition.”
With Brazil’s Curitiba considered one of the most Polish cities in the world, 30-year-old Mateusz Jakubowski set out to track down people of Polish descent across the continent. His findings have now been turned in to an intimate and fascinating documentary.
Pensioner Waldemar Wożniak says he wasn’t motivated by praise but by making the world a better place. Raised in a children’s home, the ex post-office worker said it was his way of paying back his debt of gratitude to the state.
The CDT store is comprised of several workshop rooms equipped with robots, 3D printers and the latest technical novelties, where both children and adults can develop their digital skills. In addition, some of the most recognizable Polish start-ups, such as Sidly, Estimote, Photon and Cosmotech 3D presented their products. The exhibition is open to visitors after registering online.
TFN speaks with Brother Maciej, a man helping some of Africa’s poorest people, and the woman who came to his aid by raising thousands for vital medical equipment.
Record falls despite equipment freezing up, fuel running out and atmospheric conditions that forced the fragile aircraft down.
Top chef Damian Warzyniak whose House of Feasts restaurant in Peterborough has appeared in the Michelin Guide and who has also cooked for the Royal Family was told by the British Home Office that he only qualified for pre-Settled Status, which is generally for EU nationals who have not lived in the UK continuously for five years.
Nearly 140 people were injured as a result of a series of lightning strikes that hit the Tatra mountains during heavy storms on Thursday. Four people, including two children, died on the Polish side of the mountain range, and one on the Slovak side.