Michaela Terenzani

Michaela Terenzani

Michaela Terenzani was appointed editor-in-chief in 2015. She started writing for The Slovak Spectator as a freelancer in March 2007. Ms. Terenzani received her bachelor degree at the Faculty of Mass Media Communication at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Trnava in 2006. During her studies she spent a semester at the Danish School of Journalism in Aarhus. In 2009, Ms. Terenzani received a joint MA degree in Euroculture from the University of Groningen and the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.

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Boris Kollar
The Recovery Plan has a problem - one of its own architects. 25. Oct 2021, at 14:27
Matt Apuzzo
You can criticise journalists, but calling them enemies is going too far. 18. Oct 2021, at 21:51
Peter Kažimír
Central bank governor Kažimír shows no signs of resigning, despite corruption charges. 18. Oct 2021, at 14:27
Covid department in Galanta hospital
Most analysts have abandoned their most optimistic scenarios for the Delta variant in Slovakia. 11. Oct 2021, at 12:09
Anca Dragu
Anca Dragu, who made Slovakia her home, cared deeply about the country and did what she could to make it better. 4. Oct 2021, at 18:50
President Zuzana Čaputová delivers her second annual address to parliament on September 28, 2021.
Attempts to court dialogue with opposition leaders are spurned. 4. Oct 2021, at 14:34
New rules for masks at schools. White Night's last weekend in Bratislava. Oligarch charged with corruption still missing. The furniture set auction houses can only dream of may soon return to the iconic pharmacy. 1. Oct 2021, at 14:12
President Zuzana Caputova delivers her state of the republic address in parliament on September 27, 2021.
In her speech about the state of the republic, the president offered a grim summary of the pandemic so far. Slovakia is in desperate need of stability. 28. Sep 2021, at 11:56
Most Slovak believe that “we” should also include foreigners, although they are quick to point out that efforts to integrate should be undertaken mainly by the foreigners themselves.
Bratislava’s mayor is right that integration is a two-way street, but even the capital still has some way to go to see foreigners as residents rather than just visitors. 27. Sep 2021, at 14:26
Pope Francis and President Zuzana Čaputová at the airport.
It was nice while it lasted. Which wasn’t long. 20. Sep 2021, at 14:40
Pope Francis visits Slovakia for the first time.
The ongoing papal visit is expected to dominate the news, but last week brought some changes on the Slovak political scene. 13. Sep 2021, at 14:04
Vladimír Pčolinský leaves Leopoldov prison with his lawyer Ondrej Urban.
The shock move by the General Prosecutor’s Office raised many legitimate questions. It then blocked some journalists from asking them at a press conference. 6. Sep 2021, at 14:20
Lottery for the vaccinated airs on the public-service RTVS.
Matovič’s lottery shows – again – what happens when anti-system politicians are allowed to rule the country. 30. Aug 2021, at 13:19
Lottery was not meant to increase vaccination uptake, according to Matovič. Teachers expect chaos at the start of the new school year. First medal for Slovakia at the Tokyo Paralympics. 26. Aug 2021, at 16:59
Kids return to schools on September 2 in Slovakia.
Education Ministry promises there’ll be no widespread school closures this year, but there are still many unknowns. 23. Aug 2021, at 14:47
Restaurant terraces in Bratislava
New colours and measures, starting today, are supposed to guide the country through the expected next wave of the pandemic. What could possibly go wrong? 16. Aug 2021, at 14:07
Peter Pellegrini (left) and Robert Fico (right)
Summer suspense as police continue uncovering corruption schemes, while epidemiologists prepare for the Delta episode of the pandemic to unfold. 9. Aug 2021, at 14:26
Weather spoils the plans of protesters against Covid vaccines in Bratislava. Charged oligarch suspended as Monaco honorary consul. Most people disapprove of the lottery for the vaccinated. 5. Aug 2021, at 18:11
Slovak Speaker of Parliament Boris Kollár meets his Hungarian counterpart,László Kövér, in Budapest June 30, 2020.
Hungarian parliament's speaker spoke of past sins that Hungarians have not forgiven during a ceremony in south-west Slovakia. 5. Aug 2021, at 11:39
The third wave will concern the vaccinated more than it could have. Police Corps president in hot water over protests. Demänovská Jaskyňa Slobody cave was discovered 100 years ago on this day. 3. Aug 2021, at 17:38
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