Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between November 24 and December 3, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
The smallest national park in Slovakia was officially opened in 1967.
The official outfit for Slovak athletes at the Pyongyang Olympic Games has been presented; the Slovak Olympic Committee (SOV) is not satisfied.
Villages in the Žitný Ostrov area may find a transportation solution in a new road under the feed channel.
The French carmaker re-evaluated original plans and announced it will produce electric motors in its Slovak plant.
Incumbent Košice Mayor Richard Raši claims that not all votes for him have been counted.
The new routes will be launched next year
Labour market experts call for more attention to be paid to lack of qualified labour
The Slovak capital finished fourth in first round of vote for the seat of the prestigious European Medicines Agency
Former Foreign Ministry employee Zuzana Hlávková decried allegedly shady purchases at the Foreign Affairs Ministry one year ago
The Association of Road Transport Operators of the Slovak Republic claim a shell company via which a Belgian entrepreneur hires drivers from eastern Europe is behind the case
The prizes awarded to Czech and Slovaks whose lives were impacted by totalitarian regimes and non-democracy were given at a ceremony in the Prague National Theatre.
Slovak-Polish cooperation will lead to a micro-museum with dozens of wooden church replicas.
The My Sme Les (We Are Wood) initiative was signed by more than 25,000 people
State company revokes promise of container terminal near Nitra, much needed by car maker Jaguar Land Rover.
The windstorm damaged 12,000 hectares of woods on November 19, 2004.
Researching under the transport infrastructure for future Jaguar Land Rover reveals new archaeological secrets.