Janusz Pętkowski was part of the scientific group that made headlines around the world.
To overcome lockdown boredom, snapper Monika Stpiczyńska decided to take a virtual tour around Poland using Google street view. What she found was an incredibly candid presentation of everyday life in cities, towns, and villages.
The exhibition explores the fascinating and tragic history of a city district that refused to die.
The city is a rising star when it comes to the quality of life it offers to residents.
The photos by prolific photojournalist Władysław Orłowski covering a wide breadth of everyday topics, depicting everything from children playing to fashionable locals quenching their thirst at summertime refreshment stalls, offer a captivating snapshot of everyday life during the PRL period.
To see Polish sculptor Jerzy Kędziora’s work, your best bet is to look up: the figures float above the ground, frozen in jumps, summersaults and other acrobatic feats.
A Thursday-published report by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CBOS) titled Psychological Wellbeing in 2019 shows that the majority of Poles were content with the way their lives were progressing throughout last year.
After identifying an area where the missing person might be, the system from the University of Wrocław scientists uses mathematical models to take into account the specifics of the person who is missing as well as data about the coverage and shape of the terrain.
TFN speaks with Brother Maciej, a man helping some of Africa’s poorest people, and the woman who came to his aid by raising thousands for vital medical equipment.
The report also praised Bydgoszcz for being the safest and Łódź for offering the best value for money.