In this mid-August round-up from The Debrief, host John Beauchamp speaks to TFN's social media editor Monica Zielinski about the top stories making the rounds this week.
Conducted between September 2021 and February 2022, respondents were asked to rate their happiness on a scale of one to five with the study aiming to better understand what specific factors impacted the resulting score.
A fourth person has been detained by police in connection with an anti-Semitic march in the city of Kalisz held last month.
The Regional Prosecutor's Office in the central Polish city of Kalisz has applied to the local court for the temporary arrest of three men charged with inciting hatred for organising an anti-Semitic march in the city.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has condemned an anti-Semitic demonstration in the central Polish town of Kalisz during which a copy of a 13th-Century edict conferring rights and privileges on the city's Jewish population was burnt.
Local teacher Izabella Galuba-Bryja came up with the idea during lockdown when hairdressers were closed.
The thousands of 900-year-old riches which include coins and jewellery rumoured to have belonged to a Ruthenian princess and sister-in-law of 12-century Polish king Bolesław the Wrymouth were discovered in the small village of Słuszków, near Kalisz.
For decades rumours of a haul of weapons buried by so-called ‘Cursed Soldiers’ at the end of WWII had been circulating around the village of Morawin northeast of Kalisz.
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the bishop of the Polish diocese of Kalisz, western Poland, the Apostolic Nunciature in Poland reported on Saturday.
When officers arrived at the bespoke bridal shop in Kalisz, they immediately set their sniffer dog on the trail and within minutes it had picked up the thieves’ scent.