Lithuanian literary community received a great piece of news from the United Kingdom today. The novel In the Shadow of Wolves written by the Lithuanian writer Alvydas Šlepikas was announced a Book of the Month […]
The gas and electricity supplier Lietuvos Energijos Tiekimas (LET) owned by one of the biggest energy groups in the Baltic countries Lietuvos Energija signed three new agreements on the supply of natural gas with Latvian […]
The British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania has elected new board members who have been elected to serve a two-year term. As a result these individuals are proposed for a variety of strengths and experience […]
The winners of the International Opera Awards were presented at a gala ceremony in London’s Sadler’s Wells theatre yesterday, April 29. Asmik Grigorian took the Female Singer of the Year award for her role as […]
Sonect, the location-based matchmaking platform that connects people who have cash with people who need cash, has obtained its Electronic Money Institution licence from the Bank of Lithuania. This enables the company to operate in […]
ICF International Coaching Week for the 20th year in a row kicks of on April 29th. International Coaching Federation (ICF) is spread throughout 143 countries and unites 33 000 professional coaches around the world. During […]
Darius Baronas | ldkistorija.lt Baltic paganism, surviving in Europe up until the very late Medieval times, gave rise not only to hostility among the Christians, but also to a certain curiosity. As the Franciscan Bartholomew […]
Artūras Dubonis | ldkistorija.lt The raid of the Christian army against Lithuania in 1236 was dictated by the political circumstances that occurred after the Curonians’ surrender to Livonia in 1229-1230. It was then that Germans […]
Rūta Meilutytė said that the International Swimming Federation‘s (FINA) decision to allow her greatest competitor Russian swimmer Yuliya Efimova to particiapte in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics FINA has broken the trust of the world‘s […]
The Russia-NATO Council will meet today in Brussels for only the second time in two years but many are pessimistic about making real progress as tensions have been rising in the Baltics and Eastern Europe. […]
In a prestigious location near the centre of Vilnius, an old state-owned villa was recently sold off to private investors. Soon after, the development regulations for the property were changed to allow for new construction – and locals aren’t happy about the new plans. […]
The Lithuania Tribune would like to wish all our readers a Happy King’s Coronation Day!
Lithuanians around the world will be celebrating the coronation of Lithuania’s first king, Mindaugas, and Lithuania’s statehood day, which is a public holiday in Lithuania. We will not be publishing today.
If you want to know more about Lithuania’s only king, read our feature today on Mindaugas and the importance of his name to Lithuanians.
We hope you enjoy the day! […]