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  1. Cluj IT Oracle Cloud ForumRead the original story

    Friday | Oracle

    If you are passionate about the cloud technology and you are located in Romania, than you are in luck.Oracle will be hosting a one day Cloud Forum event dedicated to the #OracleCloud next week, on 3rd of March in Cluj Napoca. My colleague Bogdan Paun will be presenting the Storage and Developer services sections which might interest you.


  2. The country needs national consensusRead the original story

    Thursday | Nine O'Clock

    In the country of "things well done" , there are many things to do. There are too many of them to be included in a print paper article.


  3. Innovative companies on Romanian market : Siemens Romania invests in new R&D centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Nine O'Clock

    Siemens Romania has inaugurated its second headquarters in Cluj-Napoca. The new building, opened under the brand of its subsidiary Evosoft, is a regional research and development centre that handles internal IT projects for Siemens, as well as software development projects for applications that are part of the company's portfolio.


  4. Emil Boc visited Monica Iacob Ridzi at Gherla PenitentiaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Nine O'Clock

    Former PM Emil Boc visited Monica Iacob Ridzi at the external section of the Gherla Penitentiary, where she is imprisoned during quarantine time, after she was definitively convicted to five years in prison for abuse of office. Sources inside the Gherla Penitentiary declared for Mediafax that the Mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Emil Boc, visited Monica Iacob Ridzi at the external section of the penitentiary in Cluj Napoca, during legal visiting hours.


  5. Culture beats prison in RomaniaRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Nine O'Clock

    Officially declared enemies of school books, never familiar with the pages of volumes arranged according to colour on the shelves of expensive villas built with other people's efforts, unfamiliar with writing besides their signature and a bunch of zeros, convinced that reading brings you no money and is a waste of time, high-level criminals arrested lately by prosecutors and placed behind bars for bringing Romania to bankruptcy discovered, while sitting in the prison cells, abilities nobody would suspect they had.


  6. Cristina Raiciu, Economic Section of the German Embassy : Not only relations, but a networkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Nine O'Clock

    Talking about the economic relations between Germany and Romania is generally a pleasant task. Germany has been Romania's most important trading partner for many years now.


  7. Ctsa to Present the Electra Project, 3/7-15Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 |

    UC Irvine's Claire Trevor School of the Arts Drama Department presents THE ELECTRA PROJECT, March 7 - 15, 2015. The production, which is the fifth installment in the department's LOVE, LUST & GREED season, is written and directed by Mihai Maniutiu Distinguished Professor of Drama, native of Romania and Artistic and Executive Director of the National Theatre in Cluj, Romania.


  8. Nigel Townson, Director of the British Council Romania : The...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Nine O'Clock

    Firstly, what do we mean by cultural relations? At the British Council we have an official definition, as follows: Cultural relations is the building of engagement and trust between people of different cultures through the exchange of knowledge and ideas. This is a short and simple statement, but it encapsulates just why the cultural relationship between our two countries has been so significant over the past 135 years, particularly, although not exclusively, during the politically turbulent years from 1938 to 1990.


  9. Innovative companies on Romanian market: Cluj IT Cluster certified at European levelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | Nine O'Clock

    We have yet another confirmation of Romanian performance in the IT industry. Cluj IT Cluster, one of the most important IT clusters at national level, has obtained the Bronze label certification based on the methodology accredited by the European Commission and created by the European Cluster Excellence Initiative .


  10. "Rhythm Of The Dance" tours seven citiesRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 15 | Nine O'Clock

    The performance "Rhythm Of The Dance" by the Irish National Dance Company, a show that combines the art of dance, virtuosity and imagination with the talent of dancers and the most advanced lighting and sound design techniques will be present during April 24 - 30 in a tour that includes seven Romanian cities.


  11. Minister of Defence: Romania will have the first F-16 fighter planes by the end of 2016Read the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | Nine O'Clock

    The National Defence minister, Mircea Dusa on Monday announced, in Cluj-Napoca that by the end of 2016 in Romania will arrive the first F-16 air fighters. Until then, the military pilots' training will continue in Portugal and the United States, the Defmin specified, quoted by Agerpres. 3 comments

  12. Romania to Launch New $100,000 Regional Film FundRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 7 | Hollywood Reporter

    The Transilvania Film Fund, the first regional film fund in Romania, opens in April with an annual budget of up to $113,000. It is designed to attract filmmakers to the north-eastern region of Cluj-Napoca, home to the annual T ransilvania International Film Festival .


  13. Sheffield Wednesday catch BusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 2 | Sky Sports

    Sheffield Wednesday have made a statement of intent following their 30million takeover by signing Romanian striker Sergiu Bus from CSKA Sofia for an undisclosed fee. The 22-year-old has agreed a three-and-a-half-year deal at Hillsborough and becomes Stuart Gray's third signing of the transfer window, thought to be for a significant amount.


  14. Romanian man sneaked onto flight but was caught after SELFIES in the cockpitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | Daily Mail

    The 30-year-old man arrived at Cluj international airport in north-western Romania, crept past security, got onto the runway and clambered into a stationary plane that was due to travel to London Luton airport. Claudiu-Gabriel Costin climbed on board a Wizz Air flight in Romania in the hope he would get to London 30 year old wanted to visit his girlfriend but the flashing light from his phone gave him away as he took snaps He uploaded the pictures onto Facebook for his girlfriend to see with a song called 'I'd like to get to you' Under the cover of darkness no one immediately saw the stowaway as he boarded the plane.


  15. Stowaway On Plane To UK Caught After Taking Cockpit SelfieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Austrian Times

    A Romanian who sneaked aboard a Wizz Air flight to London so he could go and see his girlfriend was arrested when security spotted him taking selfies of himself inside the cockpit. Cheeky Claudiu-Gabriel Costin, 30, had gone to the international airport in the city of Cluj in north-western Romania where, evading security, he got onto the runway and onto the stationary plane that was due to go to London Luton Airport.


  16. Romanian man took selfies from inside empty plane cockpitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 | New York Daily News

    Claudiu-Gabriel Costin was able to get inside a plane at the international airport in Cluj, Romania with plans to head to London. He even took photos of himself to prove he made it inside.


  17. Bucharest Wolves 10-52 Newcastle Falcons analysis: Job done in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Chronicle Live

    James Ponton stepped up to head coach for the day and was rewarded by an efficient performance by Newcastle Falcons in Romania Newcastle Falcons' progression to the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup was greeted with fireworks in Cluj as the locals celebrated the anniversary of the birth of modern Romania. Thousands descended on the main square of the Transylvanian capital for a night of folk music and revelry, Falcons players among them after a routine victory against a Bucharest side playing a 'home' game 300 miles away from the country's capital.


  18. Romanian stroll takes Falcons to European quarter-finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2015 | The Northern Echo

    NEWCASTLE FALCONS will take on Exeter Chiefs in the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup after successfully claiming a maximum five-point haul from their weekend trip to Romania. Falcons needed just 34 minutes to claim the four-try bonus point they required against Bucharest Wolves, and a one-sided contest in Cluj eventually ended in a 52-10 win for Dean Richards' side.


  19. Bucharest Wolves 10-52 Newcastle Falcons: Falcons' Romanian routRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2015 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle Falcons breezed through to the quarter-finals of the European Rugby Challenge Cup after a comfortable night's work in Romania. Wrapping up the required four-try bonus point inside 34 minutes it was little more than a training run thereafter, Bucharest Wolves facing wave after wave of attack in a game moved 300 miles from the country's capital.


  20. Adam Powell backs chastened Newcastle Falcons to grab Euro lifelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2015 | Chronicle Live

    Adam Powell is adamant Newcastle Falcons are still ready to seize a European quarter-final place after having their fingers burnt last weekend. The former England Saxons man is in the Romanian city of Cluj for today's Challenge Cup group climax, Newcastle facing Bucharest Wolves in the knowledge that a four-try bonus point victory would definitely see them through as a best runner-up.