Train Hits and Kills Man Near Pápa

On Saturday afternoon (8th May), a young man with a scooter was hit and killed by a train near the city of Pápa – the Veszprém County Police Headquarters said on the police’s website.

Serbian Man Wanted for Vienna Murder Arrested in Hungary

Hungarian police have arrested a Serbian national wanted by the Austrian authorities for an alleged robbery and the murder of a jeweller in Vienna, at the Tompa border crossing with Serbia, police said on their website.


Budapest Municipal Court Rejects Klubrádió Appeal Over 92.9 MHz

The Budapest Municipal Court on Friday upheld the decision of Hungary’s top media authority to strip commercial Klubrádió from the use of the 92.9 MHz frequency.

Budapest Cultural Venues Reopening Gradually

Budapest’s cultural venues are reopening gradually, with museums, most spas and open-air theatres slated to reopen to patrons with immunity certificates in the coming month, a deputy mayor of the city said on Thursday.

Polish Spring Film Festival to Feature the Primate, Two Hungarian Premieres

This year’s Polish Spring Film Festival, to be held from May 6 to 10, will feature five films, including one about Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, a mayor figure of 20th-century Polish history, the organiser has said.