Legia start negotiations with Muniru

Legia start negotiations with Muniru

Oct 17, 2017

Polish champions Legia Warsaw have started talks with Sulley Muniru after the midfielder impressed on trials with them, according to Graphic.com.gh. Muniru, the junior brother of former Ghana international Sulley Muntari, was handed a one-week trial by the Polish giants after he had his contract terminated by Romanian side Steaua Bucharest in April this year for...

PM Tudose holds 2018 budget talks with coalition leaders

PM Tudose holds 2018 budget talks with coalition leaders

Oct 16, 2017

Romanian PM Mihai Tudose has met with the leaders of the ruling coalition to discuss the 2018 budget draft, government sources told Agerpres. According to previous statements by prime minister Tudose, at beginning September the draft budget law for 2018 will be sent to the Parliament in November, says Business-Review.eu. “The draft law budget will be made and...

Electric Castle sells thousands of passes for 2018 edition before announcing lineup

Electric Castle sells thousands of passes for 2018 edition before announcing lineup

Oct 16, 2017

Electric Castle, one of the largest music festivals in Romania, seems to have gotten even more popular among music fans, says Romania-Insider.com. The organizers have already sold 12,000 early bird passes for the 2018 edition, in only two days, even though they haven’t announced any artists yet. The tickets were sold for RON 299 (EUR 65) and RON 399 (EUR...

Civil society thank 3,500 magistrates signed a memorandum demanding the withdrawal of the bill amending the laws of Justice

Civil society thank 3,500 magistrates signed a memorandum demanding the withdrawal of the bill amending the laws of Justice

Oct 15, 2017

Civil society representatives gathered on Wednesday in front of the Bucharest Tribunal to thank the 3,500 magistrates who signed the memorandum to Premier Mihai Tudose and Justice Minister Tudorel Toader, asking them to withdraw the bill on the amendment of the Justice package, according to ActMedia.eu.  Several delegates lined on the steps in front of the...

Romanian coffee shops chain Narcoffee Roasters opens a franchise in Prague worth EUR 80,000

Romanian coffee shops chain Narcoffee Roasters opens a franchise in Prague worth EUR 80,000

Oct 14, 2017

Coffee shops chain Narcoffee Roasters founded by Marcelus Suciu and Dan Isai from Cluj, opens a franchise in Prague. It is situated in the main entrance of the Commercial center Chodov Mall, one of the biggest malls in Czech Republic, after an investment of EUR 80,000, says Business-Review.eu. Narcoffee Roasters Prague is the fifth unit from the network of Cluj-...