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Radka Minarechová

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Radka Minarechová began working for The Slovak Spectator in July 2011, after graduating from the journalism department of Comenius University in Bratislava. She covers political news, as well as occasional economic stories, and writes for our special publications.She is also responsible for the information tables that appear in the special publications. Before she joined The Slovak Spectator team, Ms. Minarechová contributed to the Career & Employment Guide and Spectacular Slovakia.

List of authors articles

Ruling on heating a partial success

The verdict still allows heat producers to decide whether people are able to leave the distribution network.6. Dec 2016, at 6:30

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UPDATED: 1. Dec 2016, at 17:51

Non-transparent claims surround hospital

Foundation points to high prices of several procured items, but politicians see political motivation.30. Nov 2016, at 18:44

The new St Michael’s Hospital in Bratislava was ceremonially opened on November 3.

Card readers’ stocks running out

People currently receive the devices free of charge, but this may change in the future.23. Nov 2016, at 16:28

Hospital accused of altering records tops ranking

The ranking does not reflect the overall quality, but only compares medical facilities in Slovakia.16. Nov 2016, at 12:59

The hospital in Nitra

Main highway link to be widened

But more lanes may not solve traffic problems.14. Nov 2016, at 6:30

Traffic jams are an everyday reality for drivers.

Self-employed will pay tax on less of their incomes

The changes may make trade licences more popular, but there are still many obstacles.8. Nov 2016, at 6:30

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UPDATED: 11. Nov 2016, at 15:17

State health insurer reports huge losses

Police called in over past accounting; VšZP says patient care not in danger.3. Nov 2016, at 14:50

GPs should be paid the best

An equal ratio for general practitioners and specialists can help improve the health-care system.2. Nov 2016, at 15:16

Michael Kidd
UPDATED: 8. Nov 2016, at 23:27

Americans in Slovakia vote, lean toward ClintonVideo

Despite big expectations for national politics, a victory by either of the candidates should not greatly impact the life of expats abroad.31. Oct 2016, at 6:30

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton answers a question as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump listens during the third presidential debate at UNLV in Las Vegas on October 19.

New tax raises mixed emotions

The measure will impact rather Slovak firms.21. Oct 2016, at 6:30

Companies will soon have to pay a new tax.
UPDATED: 27. Oct 2016, at 19:07

Piano loses its sound in Slovakia

The national paywall system ends, returning the power to publishers.19. Oct 2016, at 17:04

Piano hasnowexpanded to Slovenia and Poland.

Firms unaware of criminal liability

Not many companies invest into measures to protect themselves from being prosecuted.13. Oct 2016, at 15:30

Australian envoy: Slovaks are outdoor people

Slovaks are interested in travelling and especially studying in Australia, the ambassador says.11. Oct 2016, at 10:21

Ambassador David Stuart

“Stumbling stones” help remember

Slovakia is also part of the international projects to commemorate Nazi victims.7. Oct 2016, at 12:30

The stones are hard to spot in pavement.
UPDATED: 29. Sep 2016, at 16:30

Explanations for web host fines vague

Though hard to influence content on individual sites, hosts still face potentially high sanctions.29. Sep 2016, at 12:26

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Roaming fees to end

Mobile service providers may fill the gap by charging for other services.26. Sep 2016, at 6:30

Users will soon get to surf the internet abroad without paying extra roaming fees.

Companies ignore e-letterboxes

Though they will soon be obliged to communicate with state authorities electronically, many firms still do not know how the system works.22. Sep 2016, at 15:56

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