Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of Poland's ruling party, Law and Justice, has drawn a line under a scandal involving the firing of a post office manager, who complained about rising prices in Poland.
The museum was first opened on January 25th 1921 but the centenary celebrations were delayed due to COVID restrictions, now the museum is once again open to the public.
Shops, pharmacies and post offices in Poland are reserved for senior citizens of the age of 60 and older between 10:00 a.m. and noon as of Thursday, October 15, due to a growing number of new coronavirus infections and the ongoing COVID pandemic.
Poland's Left (Lewica) political grouping wants to take Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to the State Tribunal after the Provincial Administrative Court in Warsaw ruled that he broke the law over an April decision on a postal presidential ballot.
TFN looks back at one of the first battles of Second World War: the fight for the Polish post office in Gdańsk.