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Employment agencies close shop

The changes to business of temporary employment agencies have caused serious problems to them.29. Apr 2017, at 9:30

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Spa towns near borders will be connected with cycle route

Some significant spa towns on the Slovak-Polish border will be connected with a 230 kilometre long cycle route.29. Apr 2017, at 6:20

Šaľa minizoo gets new animals

Šaľa wants to make the park of a former hospital closer to people.28. Apr 2017, at 16:16

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Drivers should prepare for major road works on the D1 highway

The closures will last from the morning of April 29 until the evening of April 30.28. Apr 2017, at 14:38

U.S.Steel: Judges disclosed ruling before its was issued

The Košice-based steelworks complain that judges who issued the right of lien on their premises are biased.28. Apr 2017, at 14:31

Aerial view of USSK in 2001.

Cvernovka's creative talents celebrate first open day at new premisesPhoto

Bratislava's art and design ateliers from the old yarn-making factory open their doors on May Day.28. Apr 2017, at 14:25

New premises for Cvernovka

Business shared centres should go to the regions

The government adopted a concept to support the business service centres in July 2016, introducing 21 specific measures in three main areas.28. Apr 2017, at 11:55


Night life in Bratislava will not end

Councillors for the Old Town adopt new opening hours for pubs, night clubs and restaurants.28. Apr 2017, at 0:05

Fico considers Belarus to be a bridge to Eurasian market

"We want to focus mainly on economic cooperation without intervening in the internal issues of our countries,” the Slovak PM said after meeting his Belarus counterpart.27. Apr 2017, at 23:32

Andrej Kobjakov and Robert Fico

Lajčák: Brexit guidelines are in line with Slovak interests

The status of Slovak nationals living in the UK is among the priorities of Slovakia in Brexit talks.27. Apr 2017, at 23:01

Miroslav Lajčák

Ten-millionth car rolls off Slovak production lines

Slovakia keeps the lead position for the number of manufactured cars per citizen.27. Apr 2017, at 22:56

Eset gets closer to building a Silicon ValleyPhoto

The software company won the bid for former hospital grounds in western Bratislava. The purchase opens the way for its plans to build an R&D campus there.27. Apr 2017, at 22:34

Visualisation of the new R&D Campus of Eset

ĽSNS MP Stanislav Mizík charged with extremist crimes

A police raid in his office on April 27 was followed by official charges of extremism.27. Apr 2017, at 14:26

Stanislav Mizík (C) escapes media and journalists in the parliamentary premises, April 27.

Mercedes-Benz’s new model has European premiere in BratislavaPhoto

From April 27-30, car enthusiasts can view new models at the Autosalón show.27. Apr 2017, at 14:01

Mercedes-Benz,S-class, sedan at the Motor Show Bratislava 2017.

Prosecutor’s Office did not file motion to examine Bašternák’s property

The state body explained its inactivity with the argument that the difference between property and income established did not exceed the 1,500-multiple of the minimum wage for 2016, spokesman of the Bratislava…27. Apr 2017, at 13:56

Bašzernák's house

The most famous circus comes to townVideo

The famous Cirque du Soleil is in Bratislava celebrating the 15th year of its show Varekai: Tales of the Forest.27. Apr 2017, at 13:51

Cirque du Soleil: Varekai

Bratislava Council votes down land lease for US Embassy, again

Some want to send a clear message that the controversial fence is not welcome, others think the city coffers could have benefited.27. Apr 2017, at 13:42

The US Embassy is often criticised for its fence.

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