Georgia: The World’s Co-Working Hub

While Georgia’s current liberal immigration framework may require some fixing...

Winter is Coming! Business Confidence Index Q4 2018

Overall, the BCI lost 5.5 points compared to Q3 2018. Expectations in the private sector in Georgia...

Results of EU, CoE Projects in Georgia 2015 - 2018 Presented

6 November, the Council of Europe and the Delegation of the European Union presented results of their joint projects in Georgia from 2015 - 2018...

Georgia’s Democracy: From Guns to Dreams & Roses. What’s Next?

The results of the first round of Georgia’s 2018 presidential elections are being discussed everywhere...

Minister of Culture and Monument Protection Visits Tallinn

Mikheil Giorgadze, along with his deputy Kahku Kandelaki...

Tbilisi and Baku to Become Sister Cities

Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, and Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, may become twin towns...

Paris Shootings: More than 120 Killed, Many Injured

More than 120 people have been killed and several others wounded after a shooting and several explosions in Paris...

Mutso Rehabilitation Update

Financed by the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia...

Head of ICC Georgia Pens Open Letter to Billionaire Ivanishvili

Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce Georgia, Fady Asly, has sent an open letter to Georgian tycoon and former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili...

Ministry of Culture Hosts “Cultural Heritage in Abkhazia” Album Presentation

The Minstry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia...

Water and Clay Vessels: Lia Bagrationi's Solo Exhibition

Lia Bagrationi's solo exhibition On Point is on view at Artarea Gallery from today...

Former Rustavi2 Director May Open New TV Channel

Nika Gvaramia, suspended director of TV company Rustavi2, said he may open a new TV channel...

Aliyev: Georgia Remains a Strategic Partner for Azerbaijan

President Margvelashvili addressed his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev...

Georgia Today ReBranded: Quality Designed with our Readers in Mind!

You may have noticed that your Georgia Today is a little thinner this week...