The current scheme overly impacts final prices of electricity.
Logistics and transport companies must cope with a lack of human resources and poor infrastructure, mainly in the central and eastern parts of Slovakia.
PhD graduates are valued on the job market for their expertise and soft skills.
The new law puts pressure on costs and conditions across the auditing market.
Bilingual programme in Slovak and Chinese should release the potential of the most widely spoken language.
Hotter summer days are but one consequence of global warming.
New rules meant to bring equal access, no matter the country.
A participant of the summer Slovak language school talks about his interest in Slovak literature, in the country itself, and the challenges of translating.
Local scientists have developed a bio-degradable material for plastic bags.
Since beginning in 1965, the courses have produced 6,000 graduates. This year, there are 157 enrolled from 33 countries,
Slovakia’s highest medal hopes are traditionally in water sports and shooting.
Changes shift responsibility to those producing refuse amid hopes that more will be recycled.
Enjoying a cup while reading in a bookshop, listening to a debate or on the go; directly from the street, Bratislava offers multiple ways to have a coffee.
Street food can be a solution for the people who want to enjoy a quality meal on the go.
Government open to the initiative but says additional checks and balances are needed.
Employers in Slovakia fish for labour force also beyond borders.
Track and field prospects looking up, but most potential Olympic medalists already in their 30s and are not matched by new talents.