Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time soundtrack vinyl to launch next year

December 9, 2016

Vinyls are popular right now, and we've seen more than a few special edition soundtracks appear because of this popularity. The latest among them is a vinyl version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time soundtrack with special artwork and colored vinyl.

Top Quality Interior Designs Now Available Throughout Europe from Leading Designers at Medcom

December 9, 2016

Located centrally in Bratislava, Slovakia, and serving customers across the entire European Union, Medcom proudly announces that its top quality, beautiful and functional interior designs and products are now readily available to companies and customers across all of Europe.

Owner of retail outlets buys into toy race car production facility

December 9, 2016

Petr Homolka, the owner of the dozens of toy chain store outlets such as
Sparkys and Bambule, has bought a Plzeň production facility which produced
toy racing car circuits under the brand name Faro in socialist

The ‘language’ of things: new publication highlights century of Czech design

December 9, 2016

In the first half of the 20th century Czechoslovakia was at the forefront
of design, from architecture to furniture production. But a new publication
by Prague’s Museum of Decorative Arts (UPM) together with Academia, makes

Kiwi's Christmas Price Index Shows Cost of the Holidays in Cities Worldwide

December 9, 2016

If you're looking to celebrate the holidays in style without hemorrhaging cash, Kiwi.com has compiled the Christmas Price Index , "a ranking of the expected costs of a festive day plus shopping in 90 cities worldwide." The index gives the average cost of a "Christmassy Day,

Ahold forecasts free cash flow of 1.6 bln euros for 2017

December 7, 2016

Dec 7 Dutch supermarket group Ahold raised its forecast for free cash flow to 1.6 billion euros in 2017 from an estimated 1.3 billion euros this year, as its July merger with Belgium's Delhaize bears fruit.

EU ministers approve 'Juncker plan' extension

December 6, 2016

EU finance ministers approved on Tuesday the extension of the European fund for strategic investment until 2020, provided some changes are made in the way it works.

Hindus express dismay at Slovakia's new religion law

December 4, 2016

Hindus have expressed dismay at Slovakia's new law on religion, which they think is a setback to religious equality.

Hungary's Industrial Output Decline Fuels Worry About Expansion

December 6, 2016

Hungary's industrial output dropped for a second month in October, reinforcing doubts about the government's growth target after retail sales also failed to meet expectations and underscoring the economic slowdown taking place in the European Union's eastern wing.

Roma fear Brexit to bring back bad times for their thriving Slovak town

December 2, 2016

Bystrany, a town in eastern Slovakia with a majority Roma population, has thrived in the past decade thanks to remittances from locals who grabbed the benefits of European Union membership and sought work in Britain.


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