According to meteorologists, it will not be as cold as it was in Latvia a few days ago. The anticyclone that brought cold nights and windy days will gradually fade above the region.
Why do the Union of Greens and Farmers and Aivars Lembergs need the Environmental Protection and Regional Development Ministry? This ministry is needed to save Ventspils from extinction. Aivars needs money as desperately as a drowning man needs a lifebuoy, believes opera art patron Dainis Kalns.
Heads of government and state of Eurozone countries are on Friday, October 24, meeting in Brussels to discuss budged planning and deficit after the European Commission has warned France and Italy of their budget deficit exceeding EU rules.
With the introduction of a list of winter season flights at Riga International airport, a new airline will enter the airport – Brussels Airlines. It will introduce six flights per week. New destinations will also be added – Cologne, Poprad, Bradford (Leeds) and Brussels (Charleroi).
Latvian police continues to search for the so-called Imanta paedophile. Information that has been compiled on him until now suggests he has not been active outside of Riga, notes Chief of Criminal Police Andrei Grishin.
After discussions that lasted several hours in the European Council, leaders of EU member states finally reached an agreement on contents of the new climate and energy policy for 2030.
How to express your disapproval with the Russian President if you are a sausage maker in Lithuania? Make sure you scrap the name of the sausage brand that still sends to many shivers down the spine- «Soviet».
During the international military exercises Detonator-2014, October 13 – 26, the surface layer of the territories surrounding the former ammunition depots in Cekule will be cleared of all potentially explosive items.
This Thursday, October 23rd, NATO patrol planes spotted a Russian Il-20 radio-electronic reconnaissance aircraft above neutral waters near the Latvian border, as reported by Latvian National Armed Forces.
This Thursday, October 23rd, the Latvian Saeima approved significant amendments to the Labour Law, which provide new duties, responsibilities and rights to employers and employees.
Preparedness to perform business merging and sales has reached its highest point in the past three years. 40% of interviewed entrepreneurs admit they have plans to carry out business procurement deals in the near future (35% in 2013 and only 25% in 2012).
The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a demarche to Russian Ambassador over a violation of Estonian airspace commited by a Russian reconnaissance plane on October 21. The incident has attracted increased attention after the abduction of Estonian security official from across the border and amid increased Russian naval activity in the Baltic Sea.
This Thursday morning, air temperature in Latvia was recorded at -8° C, as reported by Latvian State Environmental, Geology and Meteorology Centre.
In order to secure availability of healthier foods, food products will have a new requirement for concentration of fatty acids. This is provided by amendments to the Food Product Circulation Law approved by the Latvian Saeima this Thursday, October 23rd.
Police in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, is looking for persons that might have taken part in the Wedndesday, October 22, attack at the Canadian parliament.
Latvian President Andris Berzins has asked parties of the forming coalition to reach an agreement on the division of ministries by October 29th, as confirmed by Unity’s leader Solvita Aboltina after her meeting with the President.