Swapping their PPE clothing (personal protective equipment) for more elaborate costumes, the medics from Małopolska dressed up to portray well-known and obscure characters including Thumbelina, Hercules, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast as well as scenes recreated from ‘The Miser’, ‘Adventures of a Cheating Flea’ and the Polish modern fairy tale ‘Who will cheer up the unlucky Rhino?’.
The 29th Grand Finale of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOSP), Poland’s most high-profile charity event, raised nearly PLN 127.5 million (EUR 28.1) despite the Covid lockdown.
A silent witness to the violent protests that took place on June 25 as workers took to the streets to demand an end to price increases, the EPO5-22 became caught up in the scuffles when strikers pushed it with their bare hands onto a section of dismantled track.
Polish firms afflicted by Covid-related restrictions should get money under the government's liquidity aid on January 18, the deputy prime minister and development and labour minister said on Friday.
The Zeppelin Staaken took off from Breslau on On 4 August 1919, but never arrived at its destination of Kamieniec Podolski in Ukraine. Now researchers say they have found it in a forest near Raciborz, southwest Poland.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced a support package on Tuesday providing PLN 1.8 billion (EUR 393 million) for over 170,000 companies, employing over 400,000 people, affected by the latest anti-COVID-19 restrictions.
It took Ewa Harapin and her friend days to reach the 2,172-metre peak of Szpiglasowy Wierch in the Tatra Mountains.
The minimum monthly wage in Poland will be raised from the current PLN 2,600 (EUR 585) to PLN 2,800 (EUR 630) from January 1, 2021, up by 7.7 percent, under a draft regulation adopted by the Cabinet on Tuesday, the Government Information Centre (CIR) has said in a statement.
The battle which the notes commemorate, has been called one of 20 battles that decided the fate of the world as the unexpected victory halted the westward advance of Communism.
The majority of Polish consumers have not limited spending in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and intend to "return to normal" as soon as possible, according to a study published on Monday by the audit services company Ernst & Young (EY).