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As widely forecast, Prime Minister Donald Tusk was chosen as the new President of the European Council last weekend, marking both a landmark moment and the end of an era in the country’s political history.
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No Pole aside from Pope John Paul II has held as high international office before
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No Pole aside from Pope John Paul II has held as high international office before
President Bronislaw Komorowski and his German counterpart Joachim Gauck stood side by side at Gdansk’s ...
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More than 10,000 farmers up and down the country have turned to the government for ...
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Dolnoslaskie Dolnoslaskie
Martin Trdla, one of the leading base jumpers from Czech Republic, lost his life on ...
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Zachodnio-Pomorskie Zachodnio-Pomorskie
A giant mural painted by a group of artists from Germany has appeared ...
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Lodzkie Lodzkie
A 70-year-old from the town of Lipka tragically lost his life this week after being ...
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With Lech's goalless draw at home against Pogoń Szczecin last Saturday, Sunday's Legia match was ...
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While Widzew's relegation was confirmed yesterday, Zaglebie Lubin can still escape with the help of ...
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Police catch pimps
Warsaw police have arrested a gang of pimps in the city of Kielce after months of investigation.
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Tusk to “polish up” English?
A recent survey has shown the majority of Poles do not see Donald Tusk’s apparent lack of language skills an ...
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Steve Sibbald
A look behind the weeks' headlines from the Editor himself
Graham Crawford
Graham Crawford
Digging deeper into the news from around the regions
In Your Pocket
Something For the Weekend from In Your Pocket. A weekly tip on the best to do and see around the country
Michal Zachodny
Michal Zachodny
Get on the ball with Polish football
Polish Art Nouveau and Młoda Polska How Poland rediscovered itself through art
In the late 18th century Poland was suffering a little bit of a crisis: it didn’t exist. At least not on the map, anyway. The backwards-glancing oeuvre of the nation’s ... - Read on
A guide to Polish vodkas Take our short guide to the best in Polish vodkas
Proven masters of make-do with the potato as their primary resource, the Poles have been producing and drinking vodka since the early Middle Ages, distilling their skill into some of ... - Read on
PREGNANCY YOGA in ENGLISH
Responding to the growing interest in prenatal yoga for non-Polish speaking mums-to-be in Warsaw, on the 3rd September 2014 we are opening PREGNANCY YOGA CLASS IN ENGLISH at St. Sophia Hospital. WEDNESDAY 13.00-14.00. edukacja.szpitalzelazna.pl
Ruining the Ryneks - How can anyone physically drink PLN 1,000,000 worth of booze? It’s impossible, I’ve tried
This Month in History

1993 - Wladyslaw Sikorski’s remains are transferred from Great Britain to the Wawel Castle. A famous Polish military leader and Prime Minister, Sikorski participated in various underground groups that helped promote the nation’s independence. He was eventually killed in 1943 (whilst in office) when a plane he was on crashed into the sea.

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REGGIE GREAN just read New Kazimierz Nowak photos and said

"HOW MANY COUNTRIES DID HE EXPLORE "

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