Eastern Europe’s Vineyards are Having a Moment

There used to be a certain sniffiness about Eastern European wines. They were treated as unwelcome attendees at the wine lover’s party – OK if you wanted a cheap bottle of plonk but never granted a place at the top table. Continue reading Eastern Europe’s Vineyards are Having a Moment

Romania Pavilion Sets A Real Playground To Remind Free Use Of Public Spaces At Venice Biennale

The Pavilion of Romania has installed a real playground to remind free use of public spaces and to  invite everyone to see the exchange roles on the playground at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale.  Continue reading Romania Pavilion Sets A Real Playground To Remind Free Use Of Public Spaces At Venice Biennale

Young Romanian-Born Conductor Named New Music Director of Canadian Orchestra

Romanian-born conductor Andrei Feher, 26, was appointed music director of Canadian Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra. He will take over the new position in August this year. Continue reading Young Romanian-Born Conductor Named New Music Director of Canadian Orchestra

Bulgarians and Romanians Free to Work in UK as Controls End

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Bulgarian and Romanian citizens are free to live and work in the UK after controls in place since 2007 expired.

The UK has not released forecasts of migrant numbers but campaigners say up to 50,000 people a year could come.

Immigration minister Mark Harper said curbs on access to benefits would ensure those heading to the UK would contribute to the economy. READ MORE Continue reading Bulgarians and Romanians Free to Work in UK as Controls End