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Company´s autumn in the High Tatras

A good teambuilding or a good training should fulfil four main points that determine its success.

Opinion

In Iceland, you can chase a reindeer to the end of the earth

Rock group Sigur Rós named each song on their new album after coordinates in Iceland. Here's where each coordinate leads.

Business

Old cars dominate Slovak roads

Close to four out of ten cars registered are more than ten years old; the import of used cars has increased considerably in Slovakia.

International

When Daylight Saving Time is abolished, Slovakia will keep winter time

The Labour Ministry argues for keeping winter time once Daylight Saving Time is abolished but also points out the need of keep unity within the EU internal market.

Opinion

Our tax rules are stuck in the 20th century

Web giants have taken advantage of our failure to act.

International

Danko acts outside the official foreign policy line

No need to create drama, says Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajčák.

Opinion

Blog: Foreigners no longer need to be invisible

Journalist Anca Dragu urges foreigners to make politicians care by casting their votes in the upcoming municipal elections on November 10.

Opinion

Marijuana is legal and I've got a new roof

Thanks to legalisation, the price of illegally-grown marijuana has tumbled, and my friends had lost their incomes.

Culture & lifestyle

Blog: Slovakia needs a positive culture of role models

Slovak business consultant Helena Sarkanova gained valuable knowledge during her studies in the UK. Now, she wants to enact change in Slovakia.

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Vietnamese delegation did not have visa. We gave them exception

The Denník N daily has published details of the testimony of a police officer who checked the passports.

Mika: Bratislava needs to define what kind of city it is

Former top media manager Václav Mika believes experiences from running the public-service broadcaster can be useful in running the capital.

Václav Mika

Foreigners in Slovakia: Will they vote in upcoming elections?

Dutch activist after 13 years in Slovakia: I am still waiting to have a mayor who will translate the website of the city of Bratislava into English.

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The new Jaguar Land Rover plant in Nitra

Jaguar Land Rover will ceremonially launch operations at its €1.4 bln Nitra plant next Thursday

Local trade unions and the carmaker have agreed on a wage rise even before the official launch of production.

Business lures more than sightseers to Bratislava

Behind the increase in business clientele are hundreds of conferences held in the Slovak capital.

Bratislava

What a typical Slovak dollar millionaire looks like

Slovak millionaires prefer land in terms of yield, but also invest in collectibles for their pleasure.

All for Jan: The year of magical thinking in Slovakia

Orbán used Soros as a powerful container for everything he stood against. Fico borrowed the ready-made narrative.

Canada did it, so should everybody else

The burden of proof must now shift to those who oppose legalisation of marijuana.

We protect ourselves from chemical and digital attacks

Calling out perpetrators of cyber-attacks is an important first step, but we must go further, writes British Minister for Europe.

Sir Alan Duncan, British Minister for Europe
Presidents of V4 countries, L-R: Polish President Andrzej Duda, Hungarian President János Áder, Slovak President Andrej Kiska, and Czech President Miloš Zeman at a summit, October 11-12, 2018.

V4 presidents: Nord Stream II is a threat to Europe

Presidents of the Visegrad Group countries discussed, among other things, the rise of xenophobia, extremism and nationalism in Europe.

Slovak soldiers to take part in NATO’s largest military exercise

Some selected Slovak soldiers are set to participate in the exercise to take place by the turn of October in Scandinavia and Italy.

International military exercise at the Slovak Lešť centre, September 2018.

First Slovaks receive the Woodrow Wilson Awards Video

Individuals as well as institutions were decorated for their contribution to developing mutual ties between Slovakia and the USA.

Woodrow Wilson Awards laureates
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In marriage, Czechs are no foreigners to Slovaks

25 years after the Czecho-Slovak breakup, people living in Czecho-Slovak marriages do not feel like they are living with a foreigner.

Visit a castle with 12-metre-long tunnel in the rock Photo

Once important construction protecting the nearby border and road.

Visitors to Čičmany learn how to crack the whip Photo

The whip can also used as a musical instrument.

Ján Kozák

Football coach Kozák resigns from his position

The most successful and longest-working Slovak coach announced he was leaving the national team of his own free will.

Košice Marathon results in several personal records Photo

The 95th year of the International Peace Marathon saw several personal records including that for best Slovak, Tibor Sahajda.

The best Slovak, Tibor Sahajda, at International Peace Marathon Košice 2018.

Fight with traffickers thwarted online sale of hockey tickets

The algorithm not only prevented traffickers but also ordinary fans from buying tickets.

Waiting for tickets in Košice