The Slovak academy of Sciences (SAV) is the most trusted institution, a poll by the Focus agency showed.
University lecturers and regional-school teachers will see a 6-percent hike in their salaries from September 1.
Fines for driving on motorways without e-stickers will be slashed from €300 to €150 from October 1.
Two Slovak films have been selected to compete for the “European Oscar”: Eva Nová was nominated as feature film and Colours of Sand as documentary, both by the Slovak Film and Television Academy (SFTA).
Prime Minister Robert Fico has returned to work – and also to pre-election rhetoric, forgetting in the process the country’s past and also its current interests, NGOs opine.
The festival called Nová drama/New Drama is not just a selection of theatre pieces premiered in Slovakia in 2015; but also a competition that saw its winners announced.
Meanwhile, prosecution of the suspects started in Ukraine.
The Transport Ministry reduces fines and changes the periodicity of their imposition.
The transport company has notified the public about changes to the transport schedule.
The rental pertains to Slovakia’s presidency over the EU Council.
The Supreme Audit Office (NKÚ) has done an audit reviewing the support for employment and reducing unemployment among young Slovaks.
Slovak women earn 21.1 percent, i.e. more than one-fifth less than men.
Makerstown is the first event of its kind, bringing together businesses and European policymakers.
Slovakia’s outlook reflects continued economic growth will support banks' loan quality and profitability over the next 12 to 18 months.
Foreign Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák should attend the official hearing at the United Nations on June 7.
The recent proposal is based on three principles resulting from the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Energy union, digital single market and asylum policy are among the presidency priorities, which the government will approve only after the British referendum.