Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák is again facing suspicions that he has been helping prosecuted businessman Ladislav Bašternák.
The automotive industry should contribute to the economy’s growth.
Ethics watchdog Transparency International Slovensko wants to teach civil servants how to report corruption and improve the protection of whistleblowers.
The OĽaNO-NOVA chair has already received fines for not halting his business licence; now he may become the first MP to lose his parliamentary seat.
The government proposal may be adopted on March 30.
Martha Mendoza (pulitzer prize winning journalist) will talk in Bratislava and Košice about stories which are showing the new face of a modern day slavery.
On March 25, Slovakia marked 75 years since the first transport of Jews to the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz.
People should benefit from stronger competition, faster and cheaper payments and higher security.
Every journalist has the responsibility to take a story beyond their daily beat, says Martha Mendoza, one of the team of four women who won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for their “Seafood from Slaves”…
Here is the overview of the hoaxes and fake news that appeared on the internet over the past week.
This is the third sentence concerning the attacks in front of the bar, but the main trial still waits for expert opinion.
The submitters point to the allegiance to neo-Nacism; but ĽSNS MP Milan Uhrík sees no reason for submitting the complaint.
The MP and ĽSNS vice-chair claimed he wasn't able to evaluate the Jewish transports during WWII as he is not a historian.
Britain will trigger Article 50 to leave the EU on 29 March. She and her EU partners could, and should, guarantee the rights of their citizens living abroad – including tens of thousands of Slovaks in the UK. That…
The Slovak Spectator brings you the set of the most frequently asked questions with regard to acquiring and losing Slovak state citizenship.
After the Rome Declaration was adopted unanimously at the ceremonial summit of 27 European-Union member states in Rome, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said that it has made it clear that the Union wants to carry…
Over the past few years, none of 30 Slovak hospitals with certificate have asked to be inspected by UNICEF.
Young photographer Šimon Trnka is proving the beauty of (not only) Slovak mountains in his photographs.
The film Masaryk that tells the story of Czech diplomat Jan Masaryk, rather than that of his more famous father-president, comes to Slovak cinemas after festive premiere at Berlinale film festival and after having…
The consecrated bell will travel to Vatican as a gift for Pope Francis.
Six time winner says he is glad he can spread the good name of Slovakia abroad.
The Slovak team beat Malta on March 26 evening at the Maltese stadium in Ta’Qali in their third consecutive winning qualification match.
Slovak alpine skiing marked a great triumph on March 18, as Petra Vlhová won in a slalom race at the World Cup Finals in the American city of Aspen and her older compatriot Veronika Velez-Zuzulová ended up fourth.