The recent Bratislava summit raised some suggestions on solving the problem, but it will be a long process.
German firms in Slovakia use various ways to fill vacant positions.
Tests have confirmed again the different quality of products, but several initiatives have emerged to fight the phenomenon.
The prime minister promises a fight against corruption, but the public would rather welcome concrete measures.
Rules for regional elections change, which may bring some surprising victories.
Focus is on 4G networks, but companies also prepare for using the Internet of Things technology.
The internet community is critical of the current system in which the national domain is not in the state’s hands.
The recent detention of an artist for disposing the sickles and hammers from a memorial opened a discussion about the attitude towards characteristic symbols of totalitarian regimes.
Several projects help companies transfer to smarter production.
Mária Patakyová explains her support for the recent Rainbow Pride in Bratislava, following the criticism of a junior coalition partner.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award helps young Slovaks achieve their goals and develop.
Dispute over controversial Pezinok waste dump, which started 18 years ago, continues.
Regional capitals finance measures to fight climate changes from their own budgets.
A digital nomad who lived in the Slovak capital for a year talks about her experience with the city and the struggles she dealt with.
Twinning agreements between Slovak and Belgian cities enable residents to keep in touch with the culture and life in both countries.
The planned construction work on the main highway in Slovakia may pose several challenges to drivers in near future.
Concerns over the different quality of same brand products are confirmed, but will anything change soon?