Austria’s Ambassador to Sofia Roland Hauser has turned out to be the most popular personality in Novinite’s 2016 poll.
Apart from winning the contest’s Diplomacy category, Mr Hauser has obtained the biggest share of votes.
Mr Hauser has been exceptionally
The report of the Inspectorate of the Council of Ministers on the public procurement orders of the former cabinet will be published on Monday. Some of the results of the inspections were made public by Prime Minister Ognyan Gerdzhikov on Friday.
The interim PM poi
While tea, a drink made by soaking leaves in hot water, seems like a straightforward product, the history of the beverage reaches back thousands of years and around the world. There are more types of tea, both straight and blends, than you can imagine, each wi
Bulgarian revolutionary Vasil Levski cannot fit into the mould where politicians try to place him, President Rumen Radev has said.
At the commemoration of the 144th year since he was executed by the Ottoman authorities, Radev has warned the world is yet to match t
If you’ve been toying with the idea of pursuing a freelance career, now is a good time to get started. That’s because self-employed professionals are now earning more than their salaried peers.
The insight comes from a new report by FreshBooks, a cloud account
With a strong background in licensing, product development, sales and marketing, Montreal native Jeff Cohen has worked with some of the top companies at the forefront of market trends, such as Disney, Warner Bros and Major League Sports. As a live streamer, he rec
Former lawmaker Valentin Nikolov has quit the Patriotic Front coalition, rejecting its move to run together with far-right Ataka party in the upcoming early election.
Nikolov has followed the example of Dimitar Bayraktarov, calling the coalition "unprincipled" in
The new rthythmic gymnastics team of Bulgaria has claimed its first gold in Moscow, sports media report.
The girls committed only one more substantial mistake in the all-out competition and were awarded 16 100 points, followed by Russia at 14 300 points.
Bulgaria, Greece, Slovenia and Turkey "plumped for Russia" as their pick for defense partner if a threat emerged, according to a poll quoted by Bloomberg.
A multi-national Gallup poll published ahead of the Munich security conference "appeared to map out shifts in