The municipal office of Poprad is preparing a pilot project, building an off-leash dog park and as well as a dog shelter.
“I didn’t even need to win the Olympics to get it,” said Sagan.
The Economy Ministry wants finally to close the privatisation of Slovenské Elektrárne after 10 years.
“The semantic universe of lawyers and barristers is different from the semantic universe of politicians.”
If no change in teachers’ conditions comes, ISU will continue strikes on October 7, omitting four lessons.
Companies which run a business in Slovakia have to fulfil, in total, 75 administrative operations per year.
The rental contract with the US Embassy expired on August 15.
The new post stamp named “Beauties of our country: Herľany Geyser” was published last week by The Slovak Post with a value of 0,80 €.
In recent days, rumours have been spreading in the media and also among the public that a top representative of the National Institute of Oncology (NOÚ) was detained at his workplace for bribery.
Postponement of the Smer party’s programme conference is partly due to MPs’ criticism of the main document drafted by MPs Ľuboš Blaha and Pavol Paška.
The bridge in Medveďov, in the Trnava Region, which links Slovakia and Hungary has been reopened following repairs.
Until the end of this week (October 2), heavy military equipment, including foreign, will be redeployed across Slovak territory.
Slovak President Andrej Kiska is on a two-day official working trip in Italy.
The parliamentary summit slated for October will not close roads in Bratislava but there will be some limitations.
The escalated, or gradual, strike by dissatisfied teachers will continue on September 29; so far, 2,263 teachers from 192 schools plan to join.
Former leader of the coalition Sieť party Radoslav Procházka ran for the post of additional judge for the EU General Court (EUGC) in Luxembourg.
Slovak President, Andrej Kiska, concluded the national process of the ratification of the Paris Agreement on climate change.