Once Again on Galaktion & Innes

Martina Nicolls, who was working in Georgia in 2010 for an American humanitarian company, wrote on 17 September...

Parliament 101: An Outsiders Guide to the Coming Elections

Even the most aloof visitor to Georgia can’t escape the mass of posters and billboards emblazoned with political candidates and party slogans...

The Nobels in Georgia: Oil, Pipelines & Geopolitics. Part II

In the 1870s, Russian industrialists Bunge and Palashkovsky began constructing the Baku-Astrakhan-Volga railway...

Tourism Revived amid Pandemic

AclassA Travelers, a well-known Israeli extreme and luxury travel company, organized a jeep tour in Oni and Lailash for Israelis...

New Tourist Card Offers Dozens of Discounts

Like many other cities which already have it, Georgia has finally caught up with the trend ...

Georgian Youth Competes for Cyber Security

CyberCube 2018 is supported by UNDP...

Gov't to Tighten Sanctions for Violating Fire Safety Rules

The Emergency Management Service of Georgia has prepared a draft law which...

Tbilisi Court Bans Georgian Condoms for Depicting Religious Symbols

Tbilisi City Court has fined Georgian condom producing company AIISA with GEL 500...

Tbilisi Court Bans Georgian Condoms for Depicting Religious Symbols

The company was tasked to withdraw the advertisement and the distributed items...

GT Future Journalists Interview British Ambassador Justin McKenzie Smith

DEADLINE EXTENDED- TWO DAYS LEFT!!! The Future Journalist competition gives Georgian youth throughout the country the chance...

World’s Best Circus: Cancun, Mexico

It’s 34 years old and hails from Quebec, Canada. Without animal acts, it has become...

Kiwi Vegan Café: A Peek Into Tbilisi’s Animal & Environment Loving Food Scene

Kiwi Vegan Café is ideal for backpackers, those on a budget and those...

France: Rising Social Discontent

After a nearly a year as President of France, Emmanuel Macron is going through his first social...

Public Lecture: ‘Ecosystem Feedback on Climate Change, from the Arctic to the South Pacific’

On May 2, SDSU Georgia hosted the public lecture by Interim Dean of College of Sciences...