An international heritage society has intervened after reports the structure would feature in a stunt for Mission: Impossible 7.
Religious belief remains strong in Poland, but is in decline.
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The Polish government is reportedly considering amendments to its law restricting Sunday trading.
The PM has promised legal changes to improve the situation on Polish roads, which are among the most dangerous in the EU.
The new Israeli ambassador says that Poland is not an antisemitic country, but expresses concern about the far-right Confederation entering parliament.
Members of leading British consumer association Which? have chosen Kraków as Europe’s best city break destination for the third year in a row.
According the the latest International Monetary Fund’s forecast, the average inflation rate in Poland next year will reach 3.5% – the highest in all of the European Union.
A regional medical court has suspended a doctor from practising medicine for repeatedly criticising vaccinations given to children.
Ukrainian migrant workers have contributed 11% of Poland’s GDP growth since 2014, according to a new report by experts from the National Bank of Poland.
Advocate general advises the ECJ to rule that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic failed to fulfil their obligations under EU law by refusing to accept their migrant quotas.
Polish Smog Alarm, an NGO, has published its annual ranking of Polish cities with the worst average air quality.
The court found three ex-communist security agents who tried to frame priest Jerzy Popiełuszko not guilty of crimes against humanity. This means that all proceedings against three men, found guilty of murdering Popiełuszko, but released early from prison following controversial sentence revisions, will be discontinued.
Ten tigers detained on the Polish-Belarusian border are on their way to Poznań Zoo in a race against time to save them
The Polish Supreme Court has rejected two more requests by Law and Justice (PiS) for vote recounts in Senate races lost by the party.