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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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EU roaming fees to end on June 15 – in theory

Slovak customers still waiting to find out how mobile operators will implement change.26. May 2017, at 6:40

Slovakia changes land expropriation to unlock construction of Bratislava ring road

Experts warn that the new legislation may result in irreplaceable damage to national nature parks.24. May 2017, at 17:04

Amazon chose Slovakia for its top returns centrePhoto

The online retainer lures its future workers by wages and benefits.18. May 2017, at 18:33

Spectacular Slovakia: Pisztory palace gets new lookVideo

Restoration of the palace will continue with revitalisation of the courtyard and reconstruction of rooms.16. May 2017, at 10:15

Pisztory palace

EcoMin proposes to cut ‘useless bureaucracy’

Businesses welcome proposed measures, but say more needs to be done.11. May 2017, at 14:05

Economy Minister Peter Žiga

Creatives from Cvernovka opened their studios againPhoto

Designers, painters, photographers, IT experts and others move into former chemistry school.11. May 2017, at 13:34

The Cvernovka creative community showed their new studios in the former chemical school.

Reconstruction of the Slovak National Gallery goes onPhoto

After completion, it will offer top exhibition spaces, a library, a multifunctional cinema hall, cafés and a lot of free public space.10. May 2017, at 18:51

Visualisaion of the rebuilt SNG.

Bratislava’s May Festival marks its 10th anniversaryPhoto

The free festival opens the season of open-air festivals in the capital3. May 2017, at 17:12

Majáles traditionally draws thousands of people.

Coalition SNS seeks mandatory 13th salary

The business sector claims that such a step would lead to speculation and slow the growth of wages.26. Apr 2017, at 20:48

Andrej Danko, head of the Slovak National Party (SNS) at the party congress in Sliač.

Slovak AeroMobil starts taking pre-orders for its flying carPhoto

The company is losing a key figure – inventor Štefan Klein.25. Apr 2017, at 7:14

Prince Albert II of Monaco (r) and Juraj Vaculík, CEO and co-founder of AeroMobil, unveiled the latest prototype of a flying car in Monaco on April 20.

What has remained here after Stoka, Propeller or Cvernovka?Photo

The book BA!! Places of Living Culture 1989-2016 brings authentic accounts about 38 independent cultural spots in Bratislava.21. Apr 2017, at 14:22

Blaho Uhlár, founder of the Stoka theatre, in front of the theatre in 2006.

Three firms vie for former hospital groundsPhoto

Software company Eset is eyeing the premises for its new R&D centre.21. Apr 2017, at 13:53

Visualisation of the new R&D Campus of Eset

Bratislava will be for free againPhoto

People can attend a rich programme of Bratislava City Days during the weekend 22-23 April.20. Apr 2017, at 7:15

New law would reform utility regulator

But critics fear it’s cover for political interference, and EC hints law may break European rules.13. Apr 2017, at 13:59

PM Robert Fico recommended people to tear up invoices for electricity after the price increase.

Bratislava is less wealthy than statistics show

The region of the Slovak capital improves its position, but a closer look at the statistics paints a different picture.12. Apr 2017, at 16:29


Where are the workers?, investors ask

Foreign chambers of commerce conducted a regular survey among investors.10. Apr 2017, at 7:00

Investors would like to see more students joining dual education.

Software company Eset wants a Silicon Valley in BratislavaPhoto

The Interior Ministry's stance that it's all about the money seems strange compared to the value they want to provide, says Eset.6. Apr 2017, at 14:22

The visualisation of the new Eset R&D Campus by a11 atelier.

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