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No matter how serious the situation may seem it’s a storm in a tea-cup
After several hours of debate the National Assembly approved the changes in the composition of ministers in the cabinet, put forward by PM Boyko Borissov. The MPs approved Mladen Marinov for Minister of the Interior, Rosen Zhelyazkov for Minister...
Under question are the ethics of social media companies based on gathering ever-increasing slabs of customers' data
Facebook has been promising a new era of transparency, as it tries to rebuild trust shattered by privacy scandals and revelations Russia used it to manipulate American elections. But is it working? Even as the company opens its doors, new indepen...
Has the Bulgarian administration got a new face?
The Minister of Transport, the Minister of Regional Development and the Interior Minister have deposited their resignations. In the words of Interior Minister, they will bear the political responsibility for the tragic incident near the town of S...
Over 400,000 Australians are living with dementia
Being diagnosed with dementia can seem like the end of the world for those affected. Over 400,000 people in Australia currently live with dementia. As many as 244 people are being diagnosed with dementia each day, and numbers are expected to rise...
Two hotels in Plovdiv and Sofia were searched and expensive cars were seized together with €5 million in cash
Bulgarian Police uncovered over €5 million in cash from hotels owned by a rich businessman in Sofia and in Bulgaria’s second largest city, Plovdiv. A prosecutor who took part in the action reportedly said he had never seen anything of the kind in...
The re-education process is difficult because of a prevailing lack of religious and social-media literacy
Hundreds of militants linked to IS have returned to Indonesia in the past year, and hundreds more are believed to be trying to flee the Middle East. It makes finding a way to bring them back into society as important as ever in the world’s most p...
Space industry is undergoing a transformation the like we haven’t seen since men walked on the moon
We’ve been looking at how science is changing and shaping the future of Australia with innovations and new technologies. And with Australia's newest agency starting to attract international attention, you could say the future is looking out of...
A minor traffic accident in a remote Bulgarian town caused a great anxiety
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov and the Inspectorate of the Interior Ministry have ordered investigations into allegations related to an August 17 collision between a Mercedes driven by President Roumen Radev’s father and a...
The register contains the entire database of the Bulgarian economy
For two weeks the problems related to the collapse of the Commercial Register in Bulgaria persisted. Since August 10th 2018 the Commercial Register, an electronic base in Bulgaria, has not been working properly. Initially, access to the Register ...

Most Liveable Cities

Three Australian cities in the top ten list of most liveable cities in the world
Australian cities are undergoing rapid change. More of us are living in cities than ever before. Experts warn about the urgent necessity to make our cities more liveable and resilient for the future. So, what actions are needed to deal with popul...
The situation is bizarre - often the same events have absolutely opposite assessments
The Balkans - a potential region of tension in Europe In the last few months, the Balkans are increasingly present in the European news stream. The countries of the Western Balkans are on the way to join EU and NATO, but some powerful players try...
The digital economy is likely to remove the need to carry cash or cards around
From bartering to coins, cheques, PIN cards and online payments - the world has constantly evolved the way we buy and sell commodities. With money, transactions, currencies and banking already changing rapidly, what does the future hold? Experts ...

Migration Lawyer Dessie Hristova

Changes to the Australian Work Visa Law
Changes in Australian Immigration Laws introduce new and increasingly serious requirements for obtaining different types of visas. Migration Lawyer Dessie Hristova explains the impact of the changes to the Australian Work Visa Law, introduced on...
Dimitar Zhelyazkov's life seems like a role in crime action movie
One of the most notorious underground bosses in Bulgaria, Dimitur Zhelyazkov, was arrested in Istanbul by Interpol. The events and people involved in this arrest, caused a scandal and again raised questions about the effectiveness of the judicial...
The children from the Bulgarian community language school in Sydney had a special lesson introduction to the traditional Bulgarian folk instruments.