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Self-sabotage: the enemy within
Krasi Kirova is a registered psychologist that specialises in depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, life transitions, women’s issues, abuse in relationships, and working with younger adults aged 18-25....
Is BGN 2,325 per month enough for a family of four?
BGN 2,325 per month are needed for a family of 4 to lead a normal life, according to a report by the Institute for Trade and Social Studies at Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria (CITUB), one of the two big unions in Bulgaria....
What is depression and how to overcome it?
Krasi Kirova is a registered psychologist that specialises in depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, life transitions, women’s issues, abuse in relationships, and working with younger adults aged 18-25....
Democracy has not yet won enough supporters in Bulgaria
Bulgaria is the weakest link in NATO and a country with a vague choice between liberal democracy and authoritarian rule - these are two important findings in a study included in an official report by the Munich Security Conference....
How to overcome the stress and anxiety caused by the life in a new country? 
Krasi Kirova is a registered psychologist that specialises in depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, life transitions, women’s issues, abuse in relationships, and working with younger adults aged 18-25. She is passionate about joining people on...
The Communist past is censored, frizzy and presented as "politically correct," not as "right to the truth"
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) vehemently opposes the new history program for year 10 students, which describes the crimes of the Communist regime. The atrocities during the Communist period in Bulgarian history have been objects of study at...
Krasimir Bekyarov "I am most attracted to the concept of minimal art"
An exhibition called ‘The Shape of Light’ by Krasimir Bekyarov shows the artist’s wondrous creations in The Laneway Artspace. Krasimir’s stunning stoneware and porcelain creations star in a fully-illuminated exhibition that is certain to surprise...
Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention and Combating of Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence
A public discussion on the ratification of the Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention and Combating of Violence against Women and Domestic Violence is organized by National Assembly President Tsveta Karayancheva....
30 situational portraits of Bulgarians from Melbourne are complimented by their short biographies
On January 14, in Melbourne was presented a photo-book  “The Bulgarians in Melbourne”, featuring art photography by Radost Racheva. The photo-book contains 30 situational portraits of Bulgarians from Melbourne, accompanied by their short biograph...
Bulgarian foreign policy must create friends, not enemies
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev gave a press conference on the occasion of one year of his inauguration. President Radev is adamant that the institutions are not at war but they have "certain differences about values." The President stressed that...
Edmund produced one of the upsets of the Australian Open
Britain's Kyle Edmund stunned third seed Grigor Dimitrov with 3:1 (6-4 3-6 6-3 6-4) win and reached his first Grand Slam semi-final at the Australian Open. Edmund - world number 49, becomes only the sixth British man to reach the last four at a G...
A thrilling match which featured brilliant hitting and serving from both players
World No.3 Grigor Dimitrov resisted a spirited fightback from Nick Kyrgios to end Australia’s singles hopes at Melbourne Park with a fourth-round win, 7-6, 7-6, 4-6, 7-6. Dimitrov had the opportunity to serve out the match when he broke Kyrgios’ ...
Ahmed Dogan: "The vote is unlikely to succeed"
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) is going to put a motion of no confidence in the government on corruption law. Following series of meetings with the Movement For Rights and Freedoms (DPS), it turned out that there were differences and the par...
Three in ten graduates struggle to get full-time employment after they leave university
The Australian government is urging school leavers to think carefully about their university choices after new statistics showed which degrees got people jobs the fastest. Government data shows undergraduates with medicine-related degrees have a ...
Sonya Arabadjieva –  Folk dancing is better than any fitness routine
After a training session the members of group “Horo” feel happy, full of energy and good vibes.