The more robust economy and legislative changes had a positive impact on the year-on-year increase of tax revenues in 2015.
The party of Marian Kotleba bought a family house; in the past it promised to refuse state support.
A kindergarten also for use by adults, a gothic church without the sediment of inelegance and a sheltered footbridge are among the winners of the CE∙ZA∙AR architecture prizes.
Radicalization starts with the loss of confidence in democratic institutions. Propaganda undermines this confidence and thus contributes to radicalization, says the new US Ambassador to Slovakia, Adam Sterling.
The measure will impact rather Slovak firms.
Deborah Nelson will talk in Slovakia about stories which are showing the new face of a changing world. Register now for the lecture for free.
The prosecution has confirmed that criminal charges have been filed against Lipšic and Grendel. They are based on a criminal complaint from tycoon Marián Kočner.
Yellow is for sunny weather, blue for rain, green for cloudy weather and red for strong wind and very unfavourable weather
In Slovakia, entrepreneurialism is still stigmatized. Historical legacies frame the entrepreneur as a parasite. Forever greedy, the speculative business owner takes, rather than gives to a vulnerable society.
The national paywall system ends, returning the power to publishers.
Though Police Corps president decided to examine previous investigation, the case is probably time-barred four years after the original resolution.
While trusts rates have increased, optimism is too early as 60 percent of Slovaks still distrust the judiciary system.
Slovak teachers ended the “graded strike” they launched in September, representatives of the Slovak Teachers Initiative (ISU) said.
Stanica Nivy will combine transport interchange and shopping centre
VW management does not want to get involved in the matter.
The company already operates two factories in Slovakia with 10,000 employees.
What to do with our ‘Eastern Europe’ label? Keep it or ditch it?
There is good reason for the Slovak capital to think about nightlife as a legitimate contributor to the economic and cultural health of the city.
To have alcohol producers among the sponsors of a health conference organised by the Health Ministry is a faux pas, as the French would say (with or without a glass of champagne in hand).
Slovak President Andrej Kiska was in opposition with the rest of the presidents of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries – Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic – concerning the refugee crisis.
Minister Miroslav Lajčák stressed that Slovakia recognises and respects the one-China policy i.e. the position that Tibet is a legitimate part of China.
Finance Minister Peter Kažimír set off on October 19 for a three-day tour of the four countries that form the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) – Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland.
The Martinus bookshop in Cubicon shopping centre is listed in Footnotes from the World’s Greatest Bookstores.
No tents, no sleeping rough, two teenagers and two adults, 900km, 4 rucksacks and some maps, a lot of maps: this is going to be fun.
Tips for performances and other events in the Slovak regions between October 21 and 30, including jazz, classical and rock music, contemporary dance, Halloween in a museum, fashion show, a photo exhibition, and more…
Sagan came from behind in the last sprint to earn a first-place finish, again demonstrating his dominance in cycling.
The forward and winner of three Stanley Cups is only the third Slovak to achieve this success, and the 44th in all of the NHL.
Slovak tennis player won the third title of the season and seventh in her career, whereby she jumped in the world WTA ranking to her career best, eighth place.