Court proceeding over controversial cheques postponed and the police reportedly detained the head of the Bratislava ring-road constructor. Roundup of news from May 29.
Our client's success is also our success, says founding partner of law firm LYSINA - ROŠKO & PARTNERS s. r. o.
The Ellisons had no idea about Operation Anthropoid, which resulted in the assassination of the main Holocaust architect by Czechoslovak paratroopers.
Francisco Mejia and his debut album 'Ghost Sex Empire' prove that dreams are attainable after years.
Without help, another COVID-19 wave could be the final nail in the coffin.
Read this week’s overview of culture and travel stories from Slovakia.
It is way too early to try to predict which way things will go, but it is useful to start thinking about the potential implications of various directions.
Pellegrini departure would mean further radicalisation of party, warns analyst.
The pandemic makes work more flexible and intensifies digitalisation.
When the coronavirus epidemic is gone, we will have to deal with an epidemic of obesity and dementia.
Group of experts has updated some conditions for measures eased in the fourth stage.
Bratislava offers diverse alternative transport.
Trnava-based carmaker will be the first auto producer to return to its pre-crisis operation.
But the crisis staff will have the final say on opening airports.
Individual projects will be entitled to €400,000 max.
The EC has issued recommendations for Slovakia to overcome the crisis.
Perhaps not wealthy enough for his liking, Kurz declined to invite his so-called “safe” neighbours in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
Walk in the shoes of Arantxa Ferrer, a physiotherapist volunteering for a Slovak NGO in Albania during the coronavirus pandemic.
Smart quarantine off to a rocky start as general prosecutor election kicks into high gear.
A short bike trip from Trstená with a taste of the Orava dam and Tatras.
Many do not offer lodgings yet and not all fulfil hygienic conditions.
Devín Castle and several city museums in Bratislava will reopen on May 16.
Extreme traveller Amin Nakhlé has stood at the edge of the world – and his life. Still, he considers himself lucky to be stuck at home.
The track “A Happy Drunk” has exceeded Queer Jane’s hopes on Spotify.
Plan ahead for your next golf trip.
Craig Ramsey is said to earn €140,000 a season.