No need to create drama, says Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajčák.
A good teambuilding or a good training should fulfil four main points that determine its success.
Thanks to legalisation, the price of illegally-grown marijuana has tumbled, and my friends had lost their incomes.
The burden of proof must now shift to those who oppose legalisation of marijuana.
Dutch activist after 13 years in Slovakia: I am still waiting to have a mayor who will translate the website of the city of Bratislava into English.
Orbán used Soros as a powerful container for everything he stood against. Fico borrowed the ready-made narrative.
The country has good macroeconomic stability, but insufficient innovation capacity.
Slovak business consultant Helena Sarkanova gained valuable knowledge during her studies in the UK. Now, she wants to enact change in Slovakia.
Journalist Anca Dragu urges foreigners to make politicians care by casting their votes in the upcoming municipal elections on November 10.
American spa-goers took a trip to Trenčianske Teplice.
In the eyes of foreigners Slovaks are friendly when they overcome their first fears.
The Duke of Edinburgh programme helped me learn how to do things regularly and gave me great experience, said Mário Havel in an interview with The Slovak Spectator.
Participants in the Duke of Edinburgh programme admit it is important to stop being lazy and do something to achieve your personal goals.
Local trade unions and the carmaker have agreed on a wage rise even before the official launch of production.
The state will no longer automatically pay a lump-sum premium for renewable energy.
Tax expert points to the heavy burden of income and payroll taxes to which the Slovak middle class is exposed. Higher than in Austria.
Calling out perpetrators of cyber-attacks is an important first step, but we must go further, writes British Minister for Europe.
There is still diversity in the folly on display on Facebook, even among ‘friends’ who aren’t overtly racist, crude or stupid.
Presidents of the Visegrad Group countries discussed, among other things, the rise of xenophobia, extremism and nationalism in Europe.
Individuals as well as institutions were decorated for their contribution to developing mutual ties between Slovakia and the USA.
He is running at the head of the “Plan B” civic platform slate.
The ceremony ended the six-day film festival in Bratislava.
25 years after the Czecho-Slovak breakup, people living in Czecho-Slovak marriages do not feel like they are living with a foreigner.
The most successful and longest-working Slovak coach announced he was leaving the national team of his own free will.
The 95th year of the International Peace Marathon saw several personal records including that for best Slovak, Tibor Sahajda.
The algorithm not only prevented traffickers but also ordinary fans from buying tickets.