Environment Ministry expects works to insulate the dump will start next year.
Stanica Nivy will combine transport interchange and shopping centre
The state rail carrier ZSSK resumes running IC trains on the Bratislava-Košice route after 11 months.
Danube Fund aims to improve quality of life on and near the river
The Government sent the draft of the general government budget with a surplus for 2019 to parliament.
Capital faces big bill after failing to rehouse tenants as required.
An infamous toxic waste dump in Devínska Nová Ves has been revitalised.
Visitors will see a monumental levitating ring, light cloud or their heartbeats screened on the façade of Bratislava Castle.
Cabinet reduces corporate tax and increases flat-rate expenses, but also introduces tax on dividends.
Biggest threat to floodplain forests is planting of non-native poplar cultivars.
People should think more about educating themselves, protecting their data, say experts.
Investor plans to launch construction at Čulenova this autumn.
The Economy Ministry insists on maintaining generation of electricity from brown coal in Nováky
The street is one of the oldest thoroughfares in Bratislava.
The original idea was to make Panenská Street more visible, to clear it of cars and create space for meeting people.
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.
As Jaguar Land Rover arrives, there may be even more growth.