Demonstrators demanded more state support for businesses while a protest also took place against alleged censorship.
Polish Mining Group (PGG) – the EU’s largest producer of hard coal – has revamped its online presence
Posters advertising a helpline for victims of abuse have been distributed to churches around the country.
Flagship carrier LOT will begin flying between eight Polish cities on 1 June.
Questions have been raised over the business dealings of the minister, his wife and his brother.
Poland creates sign-language guides for hiking trails as part of efforts to improve disabled access during lockdown
There are growing efforts to make places in Poland more accessible for people with disabilities.
Poland could be among Europe’s biggest beneficiaries of post-pandemic production shift from China: report
Poland could gain over $8 billion annually as global value chains shift away from China.
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Stories of patients and doctors from inside Poland’s broken mental health system.
Stanley Bill talks to Juliette Bretan about the music, cinema, and stars of interwar Poland, presenting seven classic songs.
Without declaring a state of natural disaster, the government’s restrictions are not legally justified.
The annual Rainbow Map is based on legal rights and social climate for LGBT people.
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