Problems in application practice.

28. nov
More than 44,000 sick cases reported.

We will be back to normal, but not just yet, paediatrician says.

15 h

A fine of up to €500 to be imposed for an offense.

15 h
Jaroslav Haščák.

Organised crime charges against the co-founder of Penta.

15 h
The Slovak Interior Ministry has published a list of top baby names in the country for 2022.

Jakub remains the most popular boy's name, while Sofia is now the top name for girls.

30. nov

Own space at a good address.

28. nov
Prosecutor General Maroš Žilinka.

Contradictions in opinions on the case against Fico and Kaliňák.

30. nov

Your teenager might not agree with you on this, but they really do need to have structure and discipline.

Fiona Shanks
29. nov
A tennis racket from the 19th century.

The work of restorers remains behind closed doors.

28. nov
Helfried Carl

Thirteen cities compete to become the European Capital of Democracy. People from Slovakia can now become jurors to choose the winner.

24. nov



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Police announce changes to booking system for foreigners

Applicants who want to stay in Slovakia can now choose which office of the Foreigners' Police they want to attend.

30. nov

News digest: Applicants can soon choose which Foreigners' Police office to attend

Chief prosecutors order charges against Fico dropped. Top baby names in Slovakia announced. MPs okay higher salaries for hospital doctors.

30. nov
President Zuzana Čaputová delivers her third State of the Republic speech on November 29, 2022, in Slovak parliament.

The public losing track of who rules the country. President criticises the government

President Zuzana Čaputová delivers her state of the republic address in parliament.

and 1 more29. nov
Viktor Orbán and Eduard Heger with the "updated" scarf.

Viktor and his amazing dreamscarf

Some jokes are more in good taste than others.

28. nov
Resignation notices filed by hundreds of doctors in late September.

Slovak hospitals look set to relive the chaos of 2011

A mass exodus of doctors once seemed unlikely, but ten days before their resignations take effect, uncertainty reigns.

21. nov
Bringing down the Iron Curtain in Devin near Bratislava, December 1989.

The gains of 1989 cannot be taken for granted

The language of its memories is velvety, but our non-violent revolution required real effort.

14. nov

Illegal shelters removed from around Liptovská Mara

Ten buildings will be removed by the end of the year as they are near the waterworks.

22. nov
Part of a castle in Markušovce village

Icelandic company to create interactive exhibition in old Slovak curia

Curia Zuzana was built in 1745 by Franz Máriássy, named after his wife. The farm building was completely renovated in the 1980s.

24. nov
Tourists walk along the road in Tatranská Lomnica in the High Tatras on Saturday, November 19, 2022.

Weekend: Let Christmas magic in Bratislava begin

A Slovak who trains NBA players, walk in the Little Carpathians, and Bratislava events.

25. nov

Foreigners: Top 10 events in Bratislava

Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between December 1 and December 11, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.

17 h
The 2022 Christmas market in Bratislava's Hviezdoslavo Square.

Bratislava's Christmas markets are back. Take a look

After a pandemic hiatus, the Slovak capital is hosting a full complement of traditional Christmas markets again.

28. nov
Marián Hossa

Chicago Blackhawks officially retire Hossa's number

The Slovak ice-hockey player's '81' jersey number will not be used again.

21. nov
SZĽH President Miroslav Šatan.

Moral compass takes some Slovak players to KHL, and thus to Putin

The Slovak hockey federation sees no problem with athletes playing in the KHL league and for the national team.

13. sep
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