The waterfall in Lúčky belongs among the five most beautiful in Slovakia.
The unemployment rate is expected to keep falling, but the lack of qualified workers remains a problem.
After controversial businessman, Ladislav Bašternák, pays his taxes and charges against him will be dropped, the reports indicate.
The LGBTI Pride march took place in the capital along with the “Proud about Family” event that opposed it.
Anniversary of the Warsaw Pact troop invasion that ended the Prague Spring.
Back in 2012, Italy was the fourth biggest investor in Slovakia.
The UK represents one of the five biggest export destinations for Slovakia, with the key sector being automotive.
The aim is not only to train the youth in sporting skills but also teach them to become decent and intelligent people.
Imrich Gablech received several Czech and foreign awards and medals. On the occasion of his 100th birthday he was promoted general.
Those who commit crimes against the environment should watch out.
The award is not only a big thank you gesture but also a call for everybody to forget about their comfort and think about how they can help the world become a nicer place, said the Slovak president.
The man from Košice ended up before his goal due to health problems.
Most Slovak museums and galleries are closed on Mondays, but the Slovak National Museum – SNM – decided to present some of its branches.
Opposition politician calls for labelling of bryndza made from Slovak milk
Schӧner Náci has a life-size statue in the city centre.
Amendment would reduce paperwork involved in providing state assistance.
He was back in his cell a few hours later.