21:00 | July 7, 2017
A narrow and dark, creepy corridor with a wooden floor leads to a bright and sweltering hall. On the stage, a conductor with white hair directs the choir, mainly composed of blind or visually impaired singers.
19:50 | June 9, 2017
A scandal rocked the Alexander Spendiaryan Armenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Yerevan yesterday evening when musicians refused to take the stage at a performance of Aram Khachatryan’s Gayaneh ballet.
12:29 | May 30, 2017
Hayk Markosyan, a member of a local group seeking to block construction at Lake Gosh, in Armenia’s Dilijan National Park, says the country’s environmental ministry has undervalued the damage done to the lake by a company called Vendor and the fine it’s imposed.
14:05 | May 10, 2017
Residents of Ijevan, the provincial capital of Tavoush, today blocked the M4 highway in Ijevan to protest the poor road conditions the province and to complain about a recent municipal decision they say hinders street commerce in the town.
17:23 | April 14, 2017
Hakob Sanasaryan, president of the Greens Union of Armenia, noted that the mountains of Armenia were being scalped and the underground water reserves defiled just so that mining companies could make a bit of cash.
16:18 | April 11, 2017
On July 3, 2015, Haytyan and Dilijan National Park Director Sahak Mouradyan signed an agreement by which a parcel of land in the park’s Gosh branch was allocated to Vendor for commercial use.
14:04 | March 9, 2017
There’s a sign in the village of Khashtarak, in Armenia’s Tavoush Province, announcing that the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund is planning to renovate the local school, medical unit, and cultural center.
16:35 | December 16, 2016
AmericaBank General Director Artak Hanesyan has yet to respond to a December 2 Hetq written inquiry regarding the bank’s decision to loan US$24 million to Lydian Armenia, a company planning to operate a controversial gold mine at Amulsar.
15:26 | December 14, 2016
The Yerevan Municipality will allocate apartments to the families of the two policemen – Yuri Tepanosyan and Gagik Mkrtchyan - killed during the July public disturbances in the Armenian capital.
16:32 | October 19, 2016
According to a bill on the agenda, state agencies will only be permitted to purchase internet services from companies that provide connections secured against DOS/DDoS hacking.
16:28 | August 26, 2016
In memory of HakobGyurdjyan, a famous sculptor from Shoushi, sculptors from various countries have traveled to Artsakh to participate in the 4th International HakobGyurdjyan Symposium.
15:36 | August 22, 2016
Taking advantage of a resettlement plan, the Virabyan family from the town of Charentsavan in Armenia moved to the village of Nor (New) Verinshen in the Nor Shahumyan district of Artsakh.
12:25 | July 11, 2016
Prosperous Armenia Party’s (BHK) Sasha Stepanyan won yesterday’s mayoral election in the Syunik village of Darbas, besting Republican Party of Armenia (HHK) candidate Robert Khachatryan by a vote of 309-277.
10:54 | July 4, 2016
Zohrab Aslanyan, a 32-year-old independent, won yesterday’s mayoral election in the Aragatzotn village of Ttoudjour beating his closest rival Arsen Sahakyan, secretary of the village staff, by a vote of 108 to 57.
14:41 | June 22, 2016
In a cost cutting public relations ploy, Yerevan First Deputy Mayor Kamo Areyan told reporters that 26 municipal staff cars being used to ferry various officials to and fro would be taken out of service. It turns out that eleven of the cars in question are broken down and that seven are not being serviced.
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