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Jana Liptáková

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Jana Liptáková has been with The Slovak Spectator since 2004. After three years of serving as a part-time contributor and freelancer for the culture section, Ms. Liptáková joined The Slovak Spectator full-time as a culture writer and photographer in April 2007. Before joining the Spectator, Ms. Liptáková worked with the TASR newswire and later Slovakia’s first private newswire, SITA, for more than 15 years. Ms. Liptakova covers culture and business and she is the newspaper’s photographer.Ms Liptáková graduated with a Masters of Sciences degree (awarded for extended study) from the Technical University in Trnava, majoring in materials science and technology.

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Slovak archaeologists discover a key to understanding the Maya

Revolutionary laser technology has changed the view of current knowledge about the ancient Mayas. Slovak experts' findings are part of a major breakthrough in Maya archaeology.16. Feb 2018, at 11:15

Slovaks participate in a major breakthrough in Maya archaeology.

Nová Cvernovka begins full operation in former schoolPhoto

The creative community not only successfully moved to a new place but advanced to a new, higher level15. Feb 2018, at 7:38

The biggest event for the public this year will again be the 1 May – Day of Opened Studios festival.

Workers will earn more for night shifts, weekends and holidays

The Labour Code revision also introduces 13th and the 14th wages.14. Feb 2018, at 12:55

Bratislava will get a world-class water sports resortPhoto

The course was built dozens of years ago and it is necessary to finish the surrounding facilities9. Feb 2018, at 12:15

Visualisation of the completed Zemník National Centre of Spring Canoeing and Rowing.

Developer reduces its plans for Kamenné SquarePhoto

Hotel Kyjev will get facelift and its vicinity will be rebuilt8. Feb 2018, at 20:45

One of proposed facades of the refurbished Kyjev Hotel with a new office building

What are environmentalists’ main worries about logging in Slovak forests?

The reduction of forests in national parks is caused not just by calamities, as some foresters claim, but also by wood logging, Environment Ministry says.7. Feb 2018, at 16:14

Illustrative stock photo

The largest Baroque painting in Slovakia finds a home with the FranciscansPhoto

The artist’s identity remains a secret along with the church or monastery for which the painting was originally intended.2. Feb 2018, at 12:16

Baroque painting of the Queen of Angels, oil on canvas

First egg-shaped micro-house heads to clientsPhoto

Ecocapsule of Slovak architects enabling off-grid living offers eco-life1. Feb 2018, at 16:15

Vanishing SlovakiaPhoto

Photographer Alan Hyža worked six years to take pictures of places with a materialised history of Slovakia1. Feb 2018, at 16:07

UPDATED: 30. Jan 2018, at 13:08

Businesses are ready to raise highly-skilled peoplePhoto

Cooperation is beneficial for business service centres, universities and students.29. Jan 2018, at 13:00

Professionals from business service centres often work with university students.

New rules for protection of personal data

Almost every company will be affected.29. Jan 2018, at 7:00

IT users' personal data can be used against them

The ball season is in full swing

This year it will last only until mid February27. Jan 2018, at 9:24

Opera Ball opened the 2018 ball season.

Impact of higher work surcharges on companies is still unknown

Neither trade unions nor employers are satisfied with reached compromise25. Jan 2018, at 16:39

Bakeries might be one of the most affected.
UPDATED: 30. Jan 2018, at 13:10

Business service centres are ramping up the labour forcePhoto

They offer new jobs and the possibility of career growth.25. Jan 2018, at 14:58

Bratislava is home to most of Slovakia’s 63 business service centres.

Propulsion systems are getting more variable

Automotive industry experts do not see a funeral bell tolling for diesel motor vehicles.18. Jan 2018, at 6:30

Crematorium in Bratislava is an architectural revelationPhoto

Those who have experienced farewells in other crematoria know what makes it special. Now the best work by the architect Ferdinand Milučký is getting a monograph17. Jan 2018, at 18:26

Crematorium in Bratislava by architect Ferdinand Milučký
UPDATED 18.1.2018 17:00

2018 will be critical for Slovakia’s automotive industry, sector representatives claim

Main challenges for development of the automotive industry is lack of qualified labour and increasing wage costs16. Jan 2018, at 23:59

Most cars produced in Slovakia head for export.

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