The waterfall Šikľavá rock located near Spišská Nová Ves changes during the winter to an icefall.
The Old Town would like to obtain the plot on which the market stands.
Towns and villages increase real estate taxes by 2.33 percent on average in 2017.
Impact on Slovakia will be indirect via its main trade partners, especially Germany
The State health insurer will not renew the contracts with companies connected with Forai’s aunt.
On 19th January 2006, a military plane crashed in the Hungarian village of Hejce flying from Kosovo to Košice.
The case of Hedviga Malinová ends in Slovakia after 10 years, and moves to Hungarian courts.
MEP for the coalition Smer party Vladimír Maňka became the first Slovak to join leading position for the EU Parliament.
At the event marking the end of Slovakia's Council of EU presidency, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico commented on the issue of Brexit that greatly impacted the six-month period.
The Economy Ministry proposed six manufacturing companies for state investment aid.
To help the ever more tourists that come to Bratislava, names of crucial stops – e.g. terminal stops or those in and around city centre – will be announced in two languages.
Slovak researcher Lukáš Félix Pašteka is among the authors of the international study that brings a groundbreaking explanation about why gold is special.
The contract between the capital’s city council and the Siemens company, concluded without a public tender, is a subject of criticism.
The eighteenth year of Christmas mail became the second most successful in the history of Christmas mail.
Renowned heart surgeon Viliam Fischer who was handed a suspended sentence, a fine and a work ban for accepting a bribe will be allowed to practice again.
The government slams the regulatory office for an increase in basic prices for electricity and gas and approves a return to the 2016 system.
Second-degree warnings concerning extraordinary freezing temperatures issued, with 1st degree for warnings of snow-drifts for drivers.