The 26th European People’s Party congress has come to a close. On the second day of the congress Antonio Lopez-Isturiz was again chosen as the head secretary while ten vice-presidents were also chosen. In his closing address Croatian Democratic Union President and Prime Minister Andrej Plenković thanked all for their participation.
The HDZ has maintained a lead over the SDP among voters this month, but the modest lead has shrunk slightly, according to the latest HRejting poll published on Thursday.
The government has come to an agreement with state servant's unions regarding their collective agreement.
Three Croatian air force pilots from the Zemunik airbase are under investigation by civilian and military police. They are suspected of transporting a 36 year old man who has been brought into connection with illegal arms dealing, by Croatian air force helicopter, two months ago while on duty.
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- Minister allays fears over price inflation when Croatia adopts Euro
Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look back at this year’s Advent Christmas market in Zagreb.
We all know how much Croatians love to point out how awesome they are at sports. But let’s be honest, the mind-boggling success that Croatia achieved in 2018 would make any country in the world proud.
I spent some time in Prague recently and it got me thinking about some - perhaps unfair - comparisons between Zagreb and Croatia as a whole.
I’ve never had a permanent job in my life, so, naturally, there’s pretty much everything about them that’s foreign to me.