Work permit rules to become simpler in Ukraine For many foreigners and newcomers, Ukraine has for some time represented a type of Wild West – a place to exploit, […]

Sometimes life presents us with surprises. For me, a guy from Luhansk, the last three years have been a series of many shocking and sudden events. I have always been […]

Tea and Politics The English believe there is nothing that can’t be fixed with a good cup of tea. With that in mind, I met with my friend Oksana to […]

Ukraine’s Parliamentarians once again proved themselves an embarrassment to the nation recently. In debating a bill put to the Parliament by President Petro Poroshenko on a settlement to the war […]

The abundance of new сoncept bars in Kyiv has led to patrons being spoiled for choice. The predominance of social media has led to new ways of promoting the scene […]

The decision to close What’s On was made in the final days of the Revolution of Dignity, on 16 February 2014. We called our colleagues together and told them the […]

Police and crime reporting in New Zealand was my bread and butter for seven years before coming to Kyiv. Ukraine was to mark a departure from what was often taxing […]