The organisers are disappointed by the current situation in politics and are calling for early elections.
He disagreed with hiring the former spokesperson of the Most-Híd party to lead an online department.
The country ranks worst in the Visegrad Group region.
The planned purchase worth €175 million is the first replacement of non-Soviet technology.
The business sector opposes another state holiday; it would rather see a reduction of state and public holidays in Slovakia
The third edition of the Clash of Languages will combine German, English and Slovak languages in a unique effort to support the civil initiative.
Potential candidates for the interim post of minister include a scandal-tainted police attaché in Croatia, rumours claim.
Visitors should expect a colourful programme full of acrobatic demonstrations and tourist flights at the airport in Dubová, close to Bratislava.
The broadcaster’s management accepted only one of seven requests made by the trade unions. The negotiations are expected to continue.
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The highly visited Basilica of St James in Levoča, containing the tallest Gothic wooden altar in the world, will open a tourist information centre at the entrance to the tower.
A mother of five from Košice, founder of the Maják (Lighthouse) association to help families in emergency situations, receives award in a pilgrimage town in Italy.
As for the rumour of a fifth carmaker coming to Slovakia, the finance minister hints that it is a brand locals already know.
Slovakia needs migrants, especially in the labour market, migration organisation points out.
The Party in 21st Century introduced Slovak wedding decorations.
One way to stop this trend is to change shopping behaviours.
The Slovak Information Service was vague once again this year, failing to mention several important events.
The Slovak team is slated to play in Košice, and not Bratislava, at next year’s Ice-hockey World Championship.
The EU statistics evaluated the income and living conditions of member states, including Slovakia.