Volunteering abroad may fulfil the vision of having time but not money during the holidays.
Students working in students’ radios have a chance to show their skills every year.
Having a bachelor degree in Slovakia is still considered as an unfinished education.
The tradition of the biggest Slovak fashion fair is reviving.
Making an online certificate – a good reason to stay on the internet.
The year 2016 brought record numbers for tourism in Slovakia.
When a city-dweller looks for a green spot without having to leave town, going to a park is the most obvious option. In some cities, one can find also natural gardens.
Banks granted more mortgages in 2016, including mortgages with bonus for young home-buyers.
Easter traditions differ from region to region across Central Europe, involving water, whips, and lots of food.
The Fulla generator is an online app - type your name in, and it will generate a portrait in the style of Ľudovit Fulla drawings from 1959 – 1960.
Young artists say it is possible but hard to make a living via the arts in Slovakia.
Light pollution is one of the easiest forms of pollution to remove.
Interactive science park Aurelium opened in Bratislava.
Amnesty International slams Slovakia for discriminating against minorities and for hate speech in its annual report.
Most people are unaware that buying too many clothes too harms the environment.
Cookies, lipstick, shampoo, margarine, chocolate, soap, toothpaste, and even biodiesel. We are all likely to have used palm oil because many products we use and eat contain it. There is a controversy about palm oil,…
Better education would help Slovaks understand the people that end up becoming refugees, says Monika Svetlíkova.