Monthly Archives: March 2010
With nearly a quarter of the cityâ€™s population, and even more in the communities surrounding New Britain, the Polish community is, and has been, a major piece of the cityâ€™s social and economic fabric.
Now, this group will have its… Continue reading
Poland’s top refiner PKN Orlen PKNA.WA said it received a power grid operator’s permit to build a gas-fired plant in Poland, a step forward in its strategy to become a multi-utility company.
PKN, predominantly a refining and petrochemical company with… Continue reading
Pope Benedict XVI is commemorating the fifth anniversary of the death of John Paul II with a Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica.
Many pilgrims from Poland, the late pontiff’s homeland, joined Benedict in prayer Monday evening.
Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk has called for a meeting with central bank officials and the new Monetary Policy Council members on Wednesday to discuss policy issues, his aide Michal Boni said.
The central bank has clashed with the government… Continue reading
Polish President Lech Kaczynski could decide not to attend Victory Day festivities in Moscow on May 9 following Russia’s invitation of Poland’s former Communist ruler to attend the same event.
Kaczynski has repeatedly voiced criticism against 86-year-old Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski,… Continue reading
Poland’s center-right governing party has chosen Parliament Speaker Bronislaw Komorowski as its candidate for president.
The pro-EU Civic Platform chose Komorowski over Foreign Minister Radek… Continue reading
A Polish court says a biography of former President Lech Walesa is slanderous and has fined the publisher and ordered it to apologize.
The Krakow court ruled Friday that allegations in the 2009 biography “Lech Walesa: The Idea and History”… Continue reading
The European Union does not see any reason to block a long-delayed gas delivery deal between Poland and Russia, the block’s new energy commissioner Guenther Oettinger said on Friday.
Polish media have speculated that the European Union could object to… Continue reading
Authorities say a herd of bison in southeastern Poland is at risk from tuberculosis after one recently died of the disease.
Spokesman Edward Marszalek of the forest supervisors in Krosno says six bison that appear to be sick will be… Continue reading