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Jana Liptáková

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Jana Liptáková has been with The Slovak Spectator since 2004. After three years of serving as a part-time contributor and freelancer for the culture section, Ms. Liptáková joined The Slovak Spectator full-time as a culture writer and photographer in April 2007. Before joining the Spectator, Ms. Liptáková worked with the TASR newswire and later Slovakia’s first private newswire, SITA, for more than 15 years. Ms. Liptakova covers culture and business and she is the newspaper’s photographer.Ms Liptáková graduated with a Masters of Sciences degree (awarded for extended study) from the Technical University in Trnava, majoring in materials science and technology.

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Chemical time bomb in Vrakuňa still ticking

Environment Ministry expects works to insulate the dump will start next year.28. Oct 2016, at 6:50

Vrakuňa’s citizens presented apples washed in water with leaked toxins at the protest.

Bratislava will get a brand new bus station

Stanica Nivy will combine transport interchange and shopping centre20. Oct 2016, at 13:07

The visualisation of the Stanica Nivy project

New IC trains will be faster, with fewer stops

The state rail carrier ZSSK resumes running IC trains on the Bratislava-Košice route after 11 months.19. Oct 2016, at 11:01

ZSSK is resuming IC trains on the Bratislava-Košice route.

Tapping the Danube's unused potentialVideo

Danube Fund aims to improve quality of life on and near the river18. Oct 2016, at 6:45

Co-founder of Danube Fund Juraj Čorba at Vlčie Hrdlo port at the Danube River.

Draft budget could be more ambitious, analysts say

The Government sent the draft of the general government budget with a surplus for 2019 to parliament.11. Oct 2016, at 16:20

Finance Minister Peter Kažimír

Bratislava still haunted by costs of restitution

Capital faces big bill after failing to rehouse tenants as required.6. Oct 2016, at 14:22

Because of protests the city council dropped plans to build rental flats on Astronomická and Čmelíkova streets in Ružinov.

Trees and grass replace toxic waste close to Devin

An infamous toxic waste dump in Devínska Nová Ves has been revitalised.5. Oct 2016, at 15:09

The former quarry Kamenné Srdce (Stone Heart) as it looks now.

White night to show Bratislava in different lightPhoto

Visitors will see a monumental levitating ring, light cloud or their heartbeats screened on the façade of Bratislava Castle.4. Oct 2016, at 23:56

Canadian artistic duo Caitling & Wayne will arrive in Bratislava with light interactive object CLOUD to be installed at Kapitulská Street.

Some tax changes satisfy, others annoy

Cabinet reduces corporate tax and increases flat-rate expenses, but also introduces tax on dividends.30. Sep 2016, at 9:36

Finance Minister Peter Kažimír (r) and other ministers at the cabinet session.

Capital may get national park

Biggest threat to floodplain forests is planting of non-native poplar cultivars.30. Sep 2016, at 6:15

Sihoť island would also be part of the new proposed national park.

Cyber security increasingly important

People should think more about educating themselves, protecting their data, say experts.22. Sep 2016, at 16:37

Zaha Hadid project in Bratislava lives onPhoto

Investor plans to launch construction at Čulenova this autumn.21. Sep 2016, at 15:47

Jurkovič's turbine hall will be in teh centre of the new development.

Slovenské Elektrárne threatens to close coal-fired power plant Nováky

The Economy Ministry insists on maintaining generation of electricity from brown coal in Nováky20. Sep 2016, at 17:14

SE is the main client of the Hornonitrianske Bane mine.

Kapitulská opens its courtyards

The street is one of the oldest thoroughfares in Bratislava.16. Sep 2016, at 6:05

Kapitulská Street has a unique story to tell.
Updated: 15. Sept 201, at 11:51

Good Market already in its fifth year

The original idea was to make Panenská Street more visible, to clear it of cars and create space for meeting people.14. Sep 2016, at 12:44

Dobrý trh or Good Market

The state slashes support for the promotion of Slovakia

Businesses active in tourism complain that in spite of the growing number of tourists they will get less money for promotion of their services and Slovakia.12. Sep 2016, at 14:13

Experts say Slovakia has room for another carmaker

As Jaguar Land Rover arrives, there may be even more growth.12. Sep 2016, at 5:30

The British Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) company, is coming to Nitra.

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