Sixty Slovak employees of Martin-based plant may return to work.
The new tax package, recently presented by the Finance Ministry, may have a negative impact on the business environment in Slovakia, but the ministry defends the measures.
The two statesmen will discuss the Nord Stream project.
An opposition MP labels it a conflict of interest and calls for an investigation.
Slovak football players will play their first world cup qualification match on September 4.
The international festival of humour taking place in Kremnica by end of summer is unique in several ways.
The vaccination rate against three serious diseases dropped below 95 percent in 2014.
Banská Bystrica will continue to be featured prominently in textbooks charting modern history because it served as the headquarters of the heroic but ultimately defeated Slovak National Uprising (SNP).
Modesta Real Estate advised PTG Slovakia s.r.o. on the lease of 16,500 sqm warehouse space in P3 Logistics Park Bratislava.
Bryndza, other delicacies, bypassed customs inspections in transit to Rio 2016.
The Finance Ministry meanwhile has offered help to search for the missing sheets.
The case has been dragging for 12 years.
The retailer Kaufland is supposed to pay for repeated transgressions.
“How do you translate slniečkar in English?” I ask my Slovak colleague. “Ha! I don’t know what it exactly means in Slovak either.”
While Slovak politics do not match this larger model exactly, the current apolitical government certainly does and the recent collapse of Sieť is playing into the trend, while fuelling anger at politics generally.
A small gesture in the beginning can have a huge impact in the end, especially when workshops and educative tools are used on a weekly basis.
Other countries are also sending more soldiers to the island.
The State Citizenship Act has deprived more than 1,390 people of their Slovak passports.
Three climbers, including a Slovak woman, died in an avalanche on the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps.
Groups of fans meet and hunt together for well-known cartoon creatures in cities around Slovakia.
Work created by Alfons Mucha succeeded in a prestigious international stamp competition.
It seems that in summer, everything aspires to leave the stifling air in the buildings – although air conditioning helps a lot – and spills out into the open air.