More money from Brussels, US helicopters for Slovakia, and Bratislava airport's warning against fake websites.
Dozens of Americans taught Slovak students in Tisovec in the past, but the local school is now struggling to find teachers from overseas.
After two years as premier of an OĽaNO-led government, Eduard Heger is leaving the populist movement of Igor Matovič and hopes to establish a new political culture in Slovakia.
Single-use companies laundered millions of euros.
Friends are essential for mental health, but only one in three Ukrainian children in Slovakia are currently enrolled in school.
It’s not like Slovaks will get nothing from the transfer.
The legal mandate to self-isolate following a positive test will cease to apply.
Only three scientists in Slovakia received the European Research Council grant so far.
Tax offices' extended opening hours, major development in the Daniel Tupý murder case, and another Slovakia Matters edition.
The world's only Love Bank burned down during a huge fire on Saturday.
The new indicator enables a more detailed tracking of unemployment and better targeting of help.
Acts of kindness have a positive impact not only on the recipients of the kindness.
Searching for Bratislava activities on a budget? Visit a design exhibition or take a trip through Malý Slavín.
Slovak Matters is a column dedicated to learning Slovak - here we start with greetings and everything you need to know to say "good day".
Though Milan Škriniar’s contract ends in June, he is not allowed to wear the captain’s armband in matches anymore.