In the annual ranking designed by global car rental firm Discover Cars, Kraków emerged as the victor for the third year in a row, surpassing renowned European capitals such as Prague and Brussels.
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From 600,000 to 700,000 Polish households still have no heating coal for the winter season, the climate minister told the Polsat News TV channel on Friday.
The 600,000 tonnes of culm (a granular coal derivative) Poland has in stock should be enough to heat the country’s greenhouse this winter, a former Polish agriculture minister has told PAP.
The Polish health service is ready to cope with a new wave of Ukrainian refugees this winter, Poland’s health minister has said.
The Polish cabinet has approved a bill envisaging one-off subsidies for households relying on non-coal fuels for heating, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced on Tuesday.
The group known as ‘Walruses’ from Środa Śląska were taking their annual festive plunge when they spotted the floundering pooch after it had fallen through the lake’s thin icy covering.
Poland’s ski slopes should remain open this season despite the rising number of Covid cases, according to a deputy Polish health minister.
Listed on Airbnb as a 1-room accommodation with private bathroom, the listing says: “Recommended especially for people with a good sleeping bag, no back problems and no more than 170 cm tall.”
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