Despite a mounting list of scandals Andrej Babiš, the billionaire ex-finance minister of Slovak origin, and his ANO party remain the frontrunners in the Czech Republic’s October 20-21 general election.
Open letter of Theresa May to EU citizens in the UK.
It is definitely good news that at least one emblematic scandal did not end in vain.
The post is very popular on Facebook.
The facelift of the underpass crossing should be completed by summer. Fate of nearby Istropolis still not known
The recent Bratislava summit raised some suggestions on solving the problem, but it will be a long process.
The newly set-up committee meant to prepare a law on the more detailed property disclosures of politicians is headed by ex-minister Martin Glváč from Smer, who is refusing to publish details of his assets.
On weekends, the path in the tree-tops causes kilometre-long traffic jams.
The wizard sport, fighting for its status in the real sports world, has won the hearts of some Slovaks.
The knife attack by a Slovak citizen of Indian origin on a local man and a Ukrainian sparked unjustified hatred towards immigrants; it was also fanned by some media.
The Defence Ministry considering a change of law.
Doctor boasted about slapping a mother-to-be to calm her down, now losing his job.
The minimum wage in Slovakia will be hiked to €480, from the beginning of next year.
How to make the most out of the time you have to spend at work.
The girl with seven names saw the first public execution in Korea aged seven.
A major Slovak entrepreneur, Peter Vajda, died in Prague on October 15. He was exceptional for his innate sense of democracy and believing in equal opportunities for all.
The Visegrad Group countries share their fear of refugees and criticism of their treatment by western European countries.
The Slovak cabinet plans to persuade its expats living and working in the UK with at least a bachelor degree to return home: a campaign offering specific jobs should help.
The brave Slovak blogger and civil activist was nominated by a Slovak MEP.
An earthen-ware pot survived more than 1,100 years unbroken, hidden inside an oven.
The Operalia Banská Bystrica 2017 festival which has changed its date and also moved indoors will be opened by the local State Opera and its Traviata, conducted by Lorenzo Tazzieri.
The town in western Slovakia ended a project connecting two education paths, offering a route full of sites of interest.
The development in other groups was not positive for Slovakia.
Magdaléna Rybáriková improves her position in the WTA ranking.
The stadium with a price tag of €75 million should be complete in 2018