Sunny and warm weather is expected for the weekend – says the Hungarian Meteorology Service.
“Why 21? Why can’t they shoot me for the first try?” – twenty years ago Árpád Göncz was said to have this joke about the Washington protocols, when he was prepared to receive a 21-shot shot at the White House. Ibolya Jakus reminds the readers of this week’s HVG about this anecdote.
Rainy weather is expected for the upcoming days – says the Hungarian Meteorology Service.
24.hu, Hungarian news portal looked for people who are writing theses for university students for a certain amount of money; they have found several “thesis factories”.
A rare phenomenon, called sprite was recorded by the web cameras of Időkép.
The sentence in the title is from Viktor Orbán – Dobszay reminds us.
The Prime Minister’s family got on the list of the wealthiest Hungarian businessmen: Viktor Orbán’s son-in-law, István Tiborcz, reached the elite group. According to 24.hu, István Tiborcz (33) debuts as 32nd and his net worth is estimated to be around €108 million, which makes him the country’s youngest billionaire.
Import, Greek and Spanish strawberries are sold as Hungarian ones at the markets – says a Hungarian farmer.
According to MTI, MOL Nyrt is about to drop petrol prices by 2 Forints per liter on Friday, 10 May 2019. The price of diesel fuel remains the same.
One of the oldest forests in Hungary was chopped down by Egererdő Ltd, a governmental forestry holding. The forest was 180 years old and located in a nature reserve. How could this happen? The forestry claims they had good reasons for it.