Fiat recalls in Romania over 200 Grande Punto cars for possible problems  Fiat launched through the Italian importer AutoItalia a recall campaign for almost 250 Grande Punto models that are thought to have some problems with the wheels coordination when the car uses brakes. There were no incidents registered and the service intervention lasts for 20 to 40 minutes. Among car brands that decided to recall are Mitsubishi, Jaguar, Chevrolet, Suzuki, Renault, Toyota, Nissan, Opel, Hyundai, Kia or Volvo.
Papa Roach, Hatebreed and Therapy? rock Bucharest in July  Together with Judas Priest, Whitesnake and Prodigy, the Rock the City festival will also welcome Papa Roach, Hatebreed, Therapy, Sabaton and Boom, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs. The festival, on July 1st to 3rd will be organized in Bucharest, at Romexpo.
Development ministry to spend 50 million euro to build a new concert hall in Bucharest  The National Investments Company, under the management of the Development ministry plans to build a new concert hall to host 20,000 people in Bucharest. The value of the contract is estimated at 50 million euro, excluding VAT.
Suede to perform in Romania on June 4 British band Suede will perform for the Romanian fans, for the first time, on June 4th in Bucharest, part of their tour celebrating a comeback of the band, One Event organizers inform. Tickets will be available starting April 18th and can be purchased on eventim.ro.
Al Bano to perform in Bucharest in June Italian singer Al Bano will perform in Romania, in the capital city on June 12. The artist will be accompanied by its band and will invite Romanian singer Paula Seling to join him on stage.
Foreign students will no longer be able to visit, for free, the Palace of Parliament  Foreign students will not benefit from the fee exemption when visiting the Palace of Parliament and they will pay 50% of the ticket price for a tour of the building, a decision of the Chamber of Deputies reads, quoted by news agency Agerpres.
Bucharest Prefect: law on stray dogs needs to protect both the people and the animals Bucharest’s prefect, Mihai Atanasoaiei declared on Wednesday that the issue of stray dogs needs to be fixed in such a way to protect both the people and the animals, news agency Agerpres reports. In a debate over stray dogs in a Committee, part of the Chamber of Deputies, the prefect said that such decisions need to be taken by local authorities.
VIDEO Henri Coanda’s new terminal, Finger Romania’s International Airport Henri Coanda has, starting today, a new terminal built at European standards to face its increase traffic. The new terminal, on 16,600 square meters increases the number of gates from 9 to 24 and can host over 1500 passengers in transit, three times the numbers it could before.
About 1,500 people bitten by stray dogs in Bucharest in the first 2 months of the year  Bucharest’s prefecture announced on Friday that 1,468 people were bitten by stray dogs in January and February 2011 in Bucharest 2011 according to data offered by the National Institute for Infectious Diseases Matei Bals through the anti rabies institute, news agency Agerpres reports. Of these, 274 are children.
Romanian President Traian Basescu signed in the condolences book opened to commemorate victims in Japan  Romanian President Traian Basescu signed, on Monday, in the condolences book opened to commemorate the victims in Japan at the resident of the Japanese Ambassador to Bucharest, Romanian news agency Mediafax reads.
KPMG opens consultancy office for Chinese companies in Bucharest  KPMG launched in Bucharest a new consultancy office that offers audit, fiscal assistance and business consultancy for Chinese companies, a press release of the company reads. The office will support both Chinese companies doing business in Romania and local companies interested to develop businesses on the Chinese market.
Warning strike at the national railway company on Wednesday between 7 to 9 AM as negotiations failed  Trains will not run on Wednesday, between 7 to 9 AM because unions of the national railway company did not reach any agreement with representatives of the company after talks on Tuesday regarding the collective labour contracts, Romanians news agency Mediafax reports.
Photo Gallery Protest against the Hungarian law on press at the Hungarian Embassy to Bucharest  Members of several mass media organizations and freedom of speech organizations rallied on Tuesday night in front of the Hungarian Embassy to Bucharest against the new Hungarian law on the press that was recently passed in the Parliament. Protests were organized in the same time in Budapest, Berlin, Frankfurt and New York, according to Active Watch Romania.
Bucharest ambulance service eyes Guinness Book with 7,000 people learning resuscitation on stadium The Bucharest ambulance service plans to enter the Guinness Book of Records with a project in which to gather 7,000 people on Lia Manoliu stadium in Bucharest on July 28 and teach them resuscitation and provide first aid simultaneously, Romanian news agency Mediafax reports. A similar contest was won by Mexico in 2010, when 6,577 people attended the project.
Bucharest Mayor says Beijing suspended highway may be model for Romanian capital city Bucharest mayor Sorin Oprescu said during a trip to China on Wednesday that he wanted works at a suspended highway in the Romanian capital city begin as early as possible. He made the statement as he saw the suspended highway crossing the center of the Chinese capital.
Head of Bucharest branch of Democratic Liberal Party dismisses rumors of plans to run for Bucharest City Hall The head of the Bucharest branch of the governing Democratic Liberal Party (PDL), Elena Udrea, said in a press conference on Tuesday she did not want to run for Bucharest mayor and that her branch will have possible candidates to choose from, news agency Agerpres reports.
Bucharest City Hall sets 2011 budget: funding for national stadium and key projects sacrificed due to lack of funds The General Council of Bucharest City approved on Monday the city budget for 2011, cutting 235 million lei from the amount reserved for the Lia Manoliu stadium and for the funding of major urban development projects, including the suspended highway proposed by Mayor Sorin Oprescu. Displeased with the Democratic Liberal-supported amendment in this regard, Oprescu said he would challenge the budget as it would prevent certain departments of the City Hall from functioning properly.
Sting to perform in Romania in June Sting will perform again in Romania this year with a greatest hits show with his live band and a symphonic orchestra. Sting, who held gigs here in 1996 and 2009, will hold a concert in Bucharest's Constitutional Square on June 6, organizers have announced.
Judas Priest comes back to Romania  Judas Priest will perform in Romania, part of the band’s farewell tour entitled Epitaph, the official website of the band informs. Judas Priest’s first gig in Romania was in July 2008 and in 2011 they will perform on July 3.
Whitesnake returns to Bucharest on July 3 After concerts in 1997 and 2008, Whitesnake returns to perform in Romania. David Coverdale and his colleagues will perform in Bucharest on July 3rd, the official website of the band informs, quoted by acasa.ro.


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