Slovak authorities want to replace mandatory quotas flexible solidarity even during the country’s EU presidency.
First cars expected to drive the ring road in 2020
The deficit is still above the 2015 target
The revenue growth rate wins Jump soft company fourth place.
Slovak citizens who live abroad prefer jobs in construction, health and services including nurses in Austria and construction workers in the Czech Republic.
Slovak tennis player Dominika Cibulková played her first match at the WTA Tour world championship in Singapore with Angelique Kerber, global No 1.
It is legally impossible to accept the scrapping of the controversial amnesties issued by ex-prime minister Vladimír Mečiar but Smer is ready to back their moral condemnation through a parliamentary declaration,…
Head of state insurer and former minister bought a luxury car for his office using state funds and through a shady procurement with a single bidder.
The European Union’s sanctions against Russia are pointless and do not work, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said after the EU summit in Brussels on October 21.
While PM called the programme "politics with a human face", another Smer MP called for resignations over scandals.
Thanks to VAT ledger statements the number of tax inspections has dropped.
The measure should improve business environment in Slovakia, MPs claim.
Divers pulled 191 kilos of garbage out of the High Tatra’s mountain lakes.
The town Žarnovica has decided to renew another park, this one near the community hall, as a studio for elementary art school students.
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.