But the victory was narrow.
Horiba Mira may build a testing and engineering centre for motor vehicles here
The unemployment rate in Slovakia is decreasing, but less in the least developed regions, the Employment Institute think tank points out
The European Medicines Agency, with more than 900 highly qualified employees, has to leave London.
Slovak security technology experts may head to Vietnam.
Both easy and challenging tours are available through the unique mine.
Extremist ĽSNS candidate Rastislav Rogel has allegedly performed there.
Two criminal complaints against the former head of the energy regulatory office have been turned down after a pre-preparatory procedure.
It was avoiding a Romanian truck in the process.
Eleven illegal migrants from Iraq, Syria and Pakistan were heading to Austria.
Almost 60 percent of consumers consider Slovak foodstuffs to be of better quality than imported food.
Slovak tourist destinations will get a regular bus connection with the Polish cities of Krakow, Warsaw, and with the Hungarian capital, Budapest.
If the general election took place in July, the ĽSNS extremist party would fall in popularity and the ruling coalition would not have a majority to form the government.
The lake in Beňatina is the most eastern travertine bearing locality in the country.
The opposition parties plan to initiate a no-confidence vote, the second against this minister.
The Guide of Maternity Hospital project aims to provide mothers-to-be with comprehensive information about facilities in Slovakia.
Newly-appointed Ľubomír Jahnátek has introduced some of his first tasks in the office.