A kindergarten also for use by adults, a gothic church without the sediment of inelegance and a sheltered footbridge are among the winners of the CE∙ZA∙AR architecture prizes.
OLAF looks at five projects in four villages Jaklovce, Krásnohorské Podhradie, Drienovec and Veľký Folkmar, that drew millions of euros for collecting yards.
Permanent mandatory quotas are politically dead, Slovak PM says.
VW management does not want to get involved in the matter.
The company already operates two factories in Slovakia with 10,000 employees.
The party of Marian Kotleba bought a family house; in the past it promised to refuse state support.
Yellow is for sunny weather, blue for rain, green for cloudy weather and red for strong wind and very unfavourable weather
Slovak companies plan to increase basic salaries by 3.2 percent next year, according to the PayWell 2016 study.
Cabinet approved extending the length of local border stays for Slovak and Ukrainian citizens.
The police have created special rooms for detaining people that are not proper police cells, meaning that no legal rules apply to them, Ombudswoman Jana Dubovcová says.
While trusts rates have increased, optimism is too early as 60 percent of Slovaks still distrust the judiciary system.
Nearly 2.5 million Slovaks have a job, either in Slovakia or abroad, which has been the highest number in the past 20 years, according to VÚB bank analyst Andrej Arady.
Majorettes - dancers dancing with a baton - of the group Diana from Žilina won the title of World Champion in the Croatian town of Poreč.
Minister Miroslav Lajčák stressed that Slovakia recognises and respects the one-China policy i.e. the position that Tibet is a legitimate part of China.
Slovak teachers ended the “graded strike” they launched in September, representatives of the Slovak Teachers Initiative (ISU) said.
Distribution companies will no longer be allowed to export medicines covered by the health-care insurers, the Slovak parliament decided.
Finance Minister Peter Kažimír set off on October 19 for a three-day tour of the four countries that form the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) – Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland.