The overview of news from Wednesday, September 23, 2020.
This year’s fjúžn festival is all about exploring the world we have at home.
She mentioned climate change, but also Belarus and Navalny.
The second pandemic wave poses some risks, though.
General Prosecutor’s Office intervened in the case involving Michal Havran and his opinion piece.
Slovakia will get about €7.5 billion – but for what?
The connection will be operated by the Slovak ZSSK and the Austrian ÖBB.
Bratislava Mayor Matúš Vallo promises to plant 10,000 trees during his term.
Boris Kollár is not afraid of someone using a decoy against him. I would sleep with her if possible, he said.
US Ambassador Bridget Brink shares what her year in Slovakia has been like since her arrival in August 2019.
Half of the respondents in the latest Focus survey, 50.1 percent, believe foreigners in Slovakia cannot be trusted.
The total number of cases has exceeded 7,260.
Overview of news from Tuesday, September 22, 2020.
The new campus of the Eset software firm will be located in the premises of the former Military Hospital.
175 vacancies will be created in Senica, Bardejov and Haniska.
The plan is divided into eight sections, here is what is says.
Situation in Slovakia is getting worse, authorities start taking measures, albeit reluctantly. Next Generation EU plan leaks.
It's not just the president; sometimes it seems even the supermarket workers are cut from a different cloth than before.
The fall brings stricter measures yet authorities are determined to keep borders and economy as open as possible.
The Dutch-born photographer and activist co-founded Dobrý Trh and helped create an active community of neighbours.
One of the best Hungarian films, Sátántangó, will be screened in Bratislava. Read more in this week's briefing.
Marko Škop, an award-winning Slovak director based in Zagreb, talks about politics, coronavirus, and an earthquake.
Having first discovered Slovakia thanks to Erasmus, Charles Cimetière returned to popularise rugby.
Marián Hossa won three Stanley Cups during his career.