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How the Dutch got too good at farming

How the Dutch got too good at farming

A small, fertiliser-rich country sniffs the limits of its old model


An (un)holy audit

An (un)holy audit

A rare financial inspection by the Revenue agency created consternation within the Bulgarian Orthodox Church


The week: Brace, the rotation is coming

The week: Brace, the rotation is coming

The Suddenly-important Ministry, More Russian spies pop up, and Meta buys a company



An academy for shepherds

An academy for shepherds

Due to the great interest in the course, the owner of the Po Todorovi Koshari farm Todor Georgiev will be organizing a second edition in November


The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

Corruption is bad for business, Tony Blair is here to help and NATO steps in for the infrastructure


A smuggler for a day: how migrants pass through Bulgaria

A smuggler for a day: how migrants pass through Bulgaria

The story of a driver who transported refugees via the black market in Telegram


Turning low-carbon farming into a source of income

Turning low-carbon farming into a source of income

MEPs call on Brussels to figure out how to monetize the future certification scheme for farmers whose farms absorb carbon dioxide



Gas tax for Schengen freedom? A last-ditch attempt to break the Austrian deadlock

Gas tax for Schengen freedom? A last-ditch attempt to break the Austrian deadlock

The leaders of the parliamentary majority drop the controversial fee in exchange for last-minute entry into the free travel zone, but full membership is unlikely


What will happen to Bulgaria’s oil market after derogation ends?

What will happen to Bulgaria’s oil market after derogation ends?

The debate is whether the derogation should end immediately or not



Bulgaria is still a captured state. The machine voting debacle proved it

Bulgaria is still a captured state. The machine voting debacle proved it

The last-minute alteration of the voting rules showed that Bulgaria remains governed by a corrupt Mafia


Local elections, round 1: GERB loses Sofia, keeps Burgas and draws in Plovdiv and Varna

Local elections, round 1: GERB loses Sofia, keeps Burgas and draws in Plovdiv and Varna

The ballot was marred by a fabricated scandal that eliminated machine voting



The week: The day of the Second Payment has arrived

The week: The day of the Second Payment has arrived

One EU instrument which actually works, Wars bring the Balkans closer, The 6 centers of Bulgaria


The week: Bulgaria's coal reckoning - this is not the 80's

The week: Bulgaria's coal reckoning - this is not the 80's

Why Stara Zagora is no Yorkshire, what the hell is happening on the housing market and a Bright Mind


The week: The case of the missing investments, (G)rain of protests, renewables boom

The week: The case of the missing investments, (G)rain of protests, renewables boom

How not to lose another decade


How 400 million levs in uncollected fines contribute to Bulgaria’s road carnage

How 400 million levs in uncollected fines contribute to Bulgaria’s road carnage

The lack of control and sanctions to enforce the right-of-way for pedestrians at crosswalks lead to less revenue for the state - and more casualties


The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

Bulgaria, where natural catastrophes meet ungovernability