NATO Force Integration Units will be created in Slovakia next year and housed in barracks in the Bratislava borough of Vajnory.
Prior to making a key decision in life, like choosing a university or taking a job certainly is, Miroslav Garaj, Country Manager of Grafton Recruitment Slovakia recommends sitting down, taking a sheet of paper, pen…
The economy of the future will partly come from smart nerds in messy garages, coming up with bright ideas.
THE SLOVAK government has not seen any shift that would have moved it to change its mind concerning its intention to file a lawsuit against the mandatory immigration quotas passed at a meeting of the European…
MANY bodyweight exercises originated in ancient civilisations where they were used for Army training; street workout aims for something similar.
Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. All the four Visegrad countries will get together on the 15th and 16th of October, 2015, on the stage of the Culture House in Pezinok, which will host the 1st year…
SLOVAK President Andrej Kiska, has called for solidarity and help for those stricken by misery and bad twists of life, especially now, in light of the current migration crisis.
THE PLEDGE by Prime Minister Robert Fico to sue the EU over refugee quotas has materialised into a plan after the cabinet assigned specific people to design the lawsuit.
THE WORLD Championship in working dog training took place in the Swiss town of Delemond in 2015, with 134 dog handlers from 42 countries participating, with dozens of various breeds. Three Slovak handlers, Jozef…
PENTA financial group filed another lawsuit against publishing house N Press which publishes Denník N daily. The daily which has been operating since January is now facing four lawsuits filed by the group.
GOLF inspires a passion unlike any other, and the game appears to be inexorably linked (pun intended) to a people and a nation as it finds its way into the 21st century.
SCAFFOLDING collapsed onto a trolleybus on August 29 Street in Bratislava on the afternoon of September 29. There were no reports of any injuries
THE NATIONAL Criminal Agency began a criminal prosecution of Igor Matovič, chair of the Ordinary People and Independent Personalities (OĽaNO), for slander.
SUPREME Court chair Daniela Švecová on October 1 initiated a disciplinary motion against former members of the court’s Penal College – Štefan Harabin, Viliam Dohňanský and Gabriela Šimonová, Švecová’s spokesman…
THE OWNER of the Apollo Business Center 1 (BBC1) building in Bratislava started reconstruction works to eliminate problems with the building’s stability. Those works resulted in some firms leaving the place, the…
STATE-OWNED Slovak Post (Slovenská pošta) has launched the services of a fourth mobile operator, together with the Swan telecommunication company.
“To sum it up, potatoes and cabbage failed to make it on the list of selected foods but bluefin tuna did. It is [considered] a typical Slovak foodstuff.”
PRIME Minister Robert Fico sacrificed Slovakia's position in the European Union for the sake of his pre-election campaign.
As autumn draws on, fear stalks the land.
IF THERE were ever a political issue where word choice mattered, it is the current European migration crisis. The ways in which terms like refugee, migrant, asylum-seeker, camps, temporary and many others are…
SLOVAKIA and Poland will establish the centre for counter-intelligence abilities of NATO countries which should focus on education and training in counter-intelligence activities.
ON HIS working visit to the USA between September 30 and October 2, Foreign and European Affairs Ministry State Secretary Igor Slobodník will attend the Strategic Forum of the Center for European Policy Analysis…
SUPREME Court Justice Alena Poláčková will become Slovak judge at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), after being selected by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
SEVERAL precious items have been discovered by archaeologists during the construction of a sewage system in Rusovce, a suburb of Bratislava. A unique belt made of pure silver dating back to the 2nd-4th centuries AD…
Who built Stonehenge? And how many wives did Henry VIII kill? The Bear Educational Theatre from Prague will give answers to even more questions about English history at the festival of English speaking theatre…
THIS year’s Konvergencie festival, which always brings chamber music and its fusions to Bratislava (and recently also to Košice), also included a host of anniversary celebrations — even a birthday cake.
THE OLDEST marathon in Europe, International Peace Marathon (Medzinárodný marathon mieru, MMM) took place for the 92nd time on October 4. A record 1,735 runners competed, with the total number of all runners in all…
AFTER years among the world's elite, Slovak cyclist Peter Sagan won his first medal at the UCI men’s world championship road race in Richmond, Virginia.
AFTER more than 20 years Slovakia has not won any medal in individual disciplines at the Canoe Slalom World Championships held in London in mid-September.