The black and white cat who shot to global fame after being named Szczecin’s top ‘must see’ attraction managed to flee when the woman tried to snatch him off the street.
A local councillor has written to the mayor of Szczecin asking him to use Gacek’s sudden fame to support non-governmental organisations that deal with the protection of animals in the city.
An exhibition presenting artefacts excavated during the deepening of a shipping lane that connects Szczecin and Swinoujscie on the Polish Baltic coast has opened at the European Parliament in Brussels.
With news that Kino Pionier in Szczecin, one of the world’s longest continuously-running cinemas, is in danger of shutting down, Webber’s World goes on a journey through time to uncover the gems of the Poland’s silver screen movie theatres.
Beata Szmidt, a midwife working at the hospital, said: “Each mother, after the birth of a child, receives a leaf with the name and date of birth of her child. Together with her partner, she can then place the leaf on a branch.”
Scoring an average Google rating of 4.9 out of 5, Gacek has left other attractions – such as the award-winning Philharmonic, the Castle of Pomeranian Dukes and the city’s underground WWII tunnels – trailing in his wake ever since first finding fame.
A district court in Szczecin, north-western Poland, has upheld the continued application of preventative measures against four people accused of defrauding the Polish Football Association (PZPN) of PLN 1 million (EUR 210,000).
Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, has paid homage to those killed, wounded and persecuted by communist security forces during protests against state-imposed price increases in December 1970.
Eleven people suspected of involvement in a PLN 1.5 billion (EUR 0.32 billion) VAT fraud have been arrested.
Krystyna Misióra’s plight went viral after being told she needed to pay 6,000 PLN for a new hearing aid, but being unable to find the money had taken to knitting hats to sell to locals in Szczecin.