The Central Insolvency Commission, a Romanian state institution dealing with personal insolvency, has calculated that a two-parent family with two children, residing in the...

Bucharest’s public heating system loses 2,000 tons of hot water per hour

The system managed by Bucharest's thermal energy distributor RADET loses over 2,000 tons of hot water every hour, according to liberal Ciprian Ciucu, a member of...

Romania to change design, content of passports

The Internal Affairs Ministry (MAI) has requested changes to the design and content of the simple electronic passports, Digi24 reported. The changes are outlined in...

Romanians living abroad to return to the country for another big protest this summer

Many Romanians living abroad are expected to return to the country for yet another big anti-government protest in Bucharest this summer. The protest is...

Theft leaves motorway segment at Bucharest entrance without lighting

Half of the ‘urban highway’, a 6 km segment of the A3 highway between Bucharest and Ploiesti, has been left without lighting after thieves...

Romanian plays slot machines with EU money destined for a business

A Romanian man from Iasi, a city in Eastern Romania, was sentenced to two years and six months probation for embezzling EU funds after...

Romania’s government gives up centralised textbook policy in schools

Romania’s Ministry of Education gave up the idea of textbooks made by a unique, centralised publishing house, G4media.ro informed, quoting minister of education Ecaterina...

UN investigates Romanian Gendarmerie’s violent intervention against protesters last summer

The United Nations (UN) started an investigation into the way the Romanian Gendarmerie intervened during the diaspora protest staged in Bucharest on August 10,...

Romania willing to take in migrants from those stranded off the coast of Malta

Romania is willing to take in five migrants from those who have reached the coast of Malta in recent days, the Foreign Affairs Ministry...

Study reveals what makes the Romanians happy

Only three out of ten Romanians living in urban areas are happy while two out of ten consider themselves unhappy, according to a study...

EC says Austria indexing child benefits is discriminatory

The European Commission (EC) responded on Monday, January 7, to Austria's decision of adjusting child allowances for the non-resident children of foreigners working in...

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