Pellegrini could be Smer's number one in the 2020 parliamentary elections. Some Smer MEPs want a new party leader.
Social & business event about all women in business, female professionals and entrepreneurs.
Jana Kirschner has been on the Slovak music scene for more than 20 years.
Foreigners living in Bratislava who are not eligible for permanent residence do not need to worry.
What do Slovaks look forward to this weekend?
Castle ruins are a favourite spot for tourists.
Though Kremnica might look like an incomplete chapter of a boring book, it is full of interesting stories and secrets.
VW Slovakia is boosting efficiency by 30 percent.
Journalists in the country continue to be harassed one year after the murder of Ján Kuciak.
Will the state of biomedical research trigger reactions at least half as passionate as Bratislava's parking policy?
The system is offered by 12 Foreigners' Police departments across Slovakia.
The information appears in Europol report, Italian TV channel reported.
People will not be able to do their shopping on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday.
The Chinese market could help boost Slovakia's crumbling dairy industry.
They also may be applied on the entire business sector, according to the Economy Ministry.
Martin Kardoš of CSI Leasing introduces the Mentor Network Program aimed at pairing young talents with experienced mentors from the business world.
Slovakia has been part of the alliance for 15 years this April.
Grassroots citizens’ movements, the ruling powers as well as competing political parties and figures all clash in the struggle for the interpretation of Kuciak.
Vlkolínec, which has started the initiative, calls on other sites to join in.
Bratislava’s fountains start the summer in Bratislava.
The list was composed by the Daily Mail.
The finders called the preservationists and are eligible to the 100 percent finder's fee.
Slovaks perceive Easter as a primarily religious holiday.
Archaeologists also found fragments of vessels dating to the Bronze Age.
In videos, they tell fans from abroad that Slovakia has much to offer.
It will be accessible for both professional cyclists and amateurs.
Tickets are already on sale.