It was interesting to see how rapidly users switch to the online environment.
The pandemic is likely to shift the advantage on the labour market back to employers.
Foreigners cannot require a servile approach of a state body and demand communication in English by default.
Ombudswoman looks at the Foreigners' Police. She sees room for improvement in personal capacities, general information in foreign languages, language skills of officers and use of the electronic system.
Krajčí says he wants more done to ensure lives are saved and cancer patients get better treatment.
Folklore says a lot about us in many regards, Jana Ambrózová has learned as both a folklore enthusiast and researcher of Slovak folk traditions and music.
Political analysts highlight the unusual communication style of PM Igor Matovič. They are not impressed.
ELA is meant to make Europe’s labour market fairer and enable citizen mobility.
Villages could be hundreds of millions better off if they merged, report suggests.
Once children experience summer school, they tend to come back the next year too, an organiser says.
Focus should be on transformation of economy, not just revival, say experts.
Victims of human trafficking very often go without compensation in Slovakia.
Vaccine hesitancy in Slovakia extends beyond COVID-19.
Pellegrini departure would mean further radicalisation of party, warns analyst.
Teachers and experts urge government to keep ‘natural’ school reforms during pandemic.
Public grillings of GP candidates welcomed, other new measures raise controversy.
Negotiations start on holiday ‘corridor’ to Croatia, but health experts call for people to stay in Slovakia.
Slovakia is still a democratic state where any fundamental restrictions of rights may only be temporary.
Pre-election promises fail to make it into plans.
Politicians need to be careful about their language too.