Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites.
Drunk drivers face longer prison terms and the confiscation of their vehicles under legislation signed into law by the president on Friday.
Sławomir Rowinski (pictured) had been explaining the rules of the job to a new Polish employee when his supervisor ‘exploded’ telling Rowinski ‘I’m really p*****d off with people who do not speak English at work’.
Michał Paczyński from the town of Iłża near Radom beat off competition from hundreds of entries across the world to take first place at the International Impact Creators Competition in San Francisco organised by Intel.
The Polish prime has taken to social media to urge drivers to think twice before getting behind the wheel under the influence.
A Polish bus driver was killed in a knife attack in the town of Hof, Upper Franconia, on Monday night.
The quick-thinking 14-year-old sprang into action after seeing the driver collapsed over the steering wheel with blood spurting out of his mouth.
Karol Wesołowski from the village of Skąpe near Poznań, was dubbed a hero by police after jumping in to a lake to save a woman whose car had spun out of control. After being diagnosed with Buerger's disease, a rare disease of veins and arteries, internet users quickly responded to his family’s plea for help.
A Polish lorry driver is on the run in Hungary after police found 32 migrants hiding in his trailer.
One-fifth of taxi drivers in Poland left the profession as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the daily Gazeta Wyborcza has reported.