The verdict still allows heat producers to decide whether people are able to leave the distribution network.
Foundation points to high prices of several procured items, but politicians see political motivation.
People currently receive the devices free of charge, but this may change in the future.
The ranking does not reflect the overall quality, but only compares medical facilities in Slovakia.
But more lanes may not solve traffic problems.
The changes may make trade licences more popular, but there are still many obstacles.
Police called in over past accounting; VšZP says patient care not in danger.
An equal ratio for general practitioners and specialists can help improve the health-care system.
Despite big expectations for national politics, a victory by either of the candidates should not greatly impact the life of expats abroad.
The measure will impact rather Slovak firms.
The national paywall system ends, returning the power to publishers.
Not many companies invest into measures to protect themselves from being prosecuted.
Slovaks are interested in travelling and especially studying in Australia, the ambassador says.
Slovakia is also part of the international projects to commemorate Nazi victims.
Though hard to influence content on individual sites, hosts still face potentially high sanctions.
Mobile service providers may fill the gap by charging for other services.
Though they will soon be obliged to communicate with state authorities electronically, many firms still do not know how the system works.