Western Slovakia with Bratislava remains the strongest locality.
Seven journalists received the White Crow award for defending the public good. The organisers of For a Decent Slovakia were given a special vote of thanks.
More than 300 workers participated in the training held at a Korean research centre.
When you live in a small village, you don't care about Bratislava. At home, everything is at stake.
Andrej Krupa, author of ‘Hlava 20, is using his experience abroad to spread positivity in Slovakia.
Returning from exile is a fine thing, but no one talks about how exhausting it is.
On the eve of the Velvet Revolution anniversary, people protested in the thousands, calling for a decent Slovakia.
Authoritarian societies squander the possibilities of human achievement, of lives lived to their fullest, writes the US ambassador to Slovakia.
In 1989, we thought that once the job was done, we would only go out to the squares for Sunday walks.
The National Criminal Agency wants to see the accounts of the protest organisers due to a criminal complaint alleging they are paid by George Soros.
The president's case is being scrutinised for the third time.
Former SNS politician Marian Janušek and Igor Štefanov got 11 and 9 years behind bars respectively.
Slovak company AeroMobil signed a cooperation agreement with a luxury car brand at the Shanghai international exhibition.
Companies operating in Slovakia can benefit from state subsidies, EU resources and venture capital funds.
It has been the fastest quarterly growth since 2015, observers say.
How do you regonise the moment when a foreign country becomes your home? Billy Altansukh, a Mongolian who now calls Slovakia home, describes it in this podcast.
While real estate bubbles in the US, Greece and Spain were partial causes of global crisis, irresponsible lending was also rife in places you hear little about.
Only the former PM knows whether the inspiration for his latest stunt was the success of the For A Decent Slovakia-supported candidates in the municipal elections.
Seven out of ten job applicants in Slovakia claim to speak English.
In a democracy, we need everybody to be well informed, but people are not necessarily willing to pay for quality, says Puitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Johnson.
The police operation was carried out in cooperation with the Bratislava-based branch of Interpol.
Dave Rubin came to Slovakia ten years ago and has lived in Bratislava ever since.
The most important discovery served during Muslims prayers.
Nearly 30 wine cellars and wineries were opened in the boroughs of Rača, Nové Mesto, Vajnory and Devín during the first edition of Po Bratislavských Vínnych Pivniciach event.
The IIHF World Championship in Bratislava and Košice will take place between May 10 - 26, 2019.
The most successful and longest-working Slovak coach announced he was leaving the national team of his own free will.
The 95th year of the International Peace Marathon saw several personal records including that for best Slovak, Tibor Sahajda.