Fines for parties and anti-social behaviour will increase and offenders sanctioned with community work.

At the moment, the law allows for fines to be issued between 200 – 1,000 lei for disturbing neighbours by producing any loud noises, including shouting, using power tools or other objects, resulting in complaints. Also, someone causing distress to inhabitants of a property can between the hours of 10pm and 8am, or 1pm and 2pm will also affected by the upcoming changes to the fines. Under the proposed changes, it’s possible that these fines could reach up to 6,000 lei and in addition, community service.

Romania’s Tallest Residential Building is Taking Shape in Cluj-Napoca

As far as property development goes, Cluj has seen a boom in the past few years with new properties sprining up all over the city, however, none of them can claim the title of the tallest residential building in Cluj-Napoca, let alone in the entire country.

After Eight – Cocktail Club

Located directly in the heart of the city, After Eight Cocktail Club is a perfect location for all those who are looking for a unique nightlife entertainment.

In Pictures: Cluj Pride 2019

Fairness, equality, diversity and love, captured in 30°C heat on a beautiful sunny day! There was no rain, but rainbows were everywhere! Photographer: Aaron Roberts (ALR Photography)

UNTOLD FESTIVAL: Robbie Williams Confirmed

4 Years after Robbie Williams’s last concert in Romania, he will be returning for the 5th-Year Anniversary of Untold Festival.

Nicholas Cage arrived in Cluj for TIFF.18, will receive Transylvanian Trophy for Contribution to World Cinema

Oscar-winning actor, Nicholas cage, arrived in Cluj-Napoca today (31 May 2019) in order to receive the Transylvanian Trophy for Contribution to World Cinema during this year’s Transylvania International Film Festival.

From July 1st, 2019, separation of household waste will be obligatory.

From July 1st, 2019, an amended law will come into affect which requires households to separate their waste into 4 different categories. Those who do not separate the waste could face a fine between 1,000 to 2,500 lei (approx €210 – €525).

PSD Leader, Liviu Dragnea, to serve 3 Years and 6 Months in Prison

Following the justice referendum votes, the high court has sentenced Liviu Dragnea, the leader of the Social Democrat Party (PSD), to a total of three years and six months in jail for the case related to fictitious hirings at the Teleorman Child Protection Service.