Radka Minarechová

Radka Minarechová

Radka Minarechová began working for The Slovak Spectator in July 2011, after graduating from the journalism department of Comenius University in Bratislava. She covers political news, as well as occasional economic stories, and writes for our special publications.She is also responsible for the information tables that appear in the special publications. Before she joined The Slovak Spectator team, Ms. Minarechová contributed to the Career & Employment Guide and Spectacular Slovakia.


List of author's articles

First wave of easing the measures starts on Friday. President Čaputová listed among 100 most powerful women. Districts in western and central Slovakia should prepare for heavy snowfall. 8. Dec 2021, at 18:17
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Stricter measures will come back if hospitalisations reach a critical level. 8. Dec 2021, at 17:16
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Coalition to discuss longer lockdown. Slovakia lags behind in administering booster shots. Nearly half of Slovaks perceive the tax and levy reform negatively. 6. Dec 2021, at 18:38
Lockdown reduces mobility and new cases, but not hospitalisations. Cabinet approves €500 vouchers for seniors. 1. Dec 2021, at 18:20
New regime starts for companies and after-school activities. The Largest in Law ranking is out. 29. Nov 2021, at 18:07
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Cabinet approves lockdown and curfew. Slovakia breaks another record in Covid daily caseload. Cabinet apologises for forced sterilisation of women. 24. Nov 2021, at 19:00
Coalition to discuss potential lockdown. Nearly half the respondents willing to get booster shot. Learn more in today's digest. 22. Nov 2021, at 18:33
Districts in Slovakia already have to follow relatively strict restrictions.
The Slovak Spectator addressed some practical questions related to the new anti-pandemic measures, dubbed the lockdown for the unvaccinated, that come into force on November 22. 19. Nov 2021, at 15:00
PM Heger discusses lockdown for the unvaccinated. Police launch prosecution linked to yesterday's protests. Foreigners' Police in Trnava to be closed. 18. Nov 2021, at 18:11
The seat of the European Labour Authority in Bratislava
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The authority will play an important role in tackling the latest labour market challenges, EU representatives agree. 18. Nov 2021, at 14:00
Gastronomy belonged to the hardest-hit sectors in the second pandemic wave.
Firms better prepared for third wave, experts say. 16. Nov 2021, at 8:00
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Tax changes to target families, labour and businesses. The president signs changes to pandemic legislation. New carrier in Bratislava Region faces problems. 15. Nov 2021, at 18:34
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Consumers expect their love brands to motivate them towards more climate-friendly behaviour. 11. Nov 2021, at 9:41
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Some experts consider coalition-endorsed measures weak. Daily caseload breaks the pandemic’s record. University students protest against planned reform. 10. Nov 2021, at 18:06
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Doctors address open letter to people hesitant to get vaccinated. People refusing to wear masks occupy shops. Universities plan protest against planned reform. 8. Nov 2021, at 18:48
Lottery for vaccinated people failed. Daily caseload in the third wave breaks another record. The capital already has a Christmas tree. 3. Nov 2021, at 18:25
The protest against attempts to restrict access to abortions held in Bratislava on October 18.
Some women cannot afford an abortion or fail to find a provider in their area, survey shows. 28. Oct 2021, at 8:05
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Robert Fico refuses to explain leaked recordings. Daily caseload the highest since the second wave’s peak. 27. Oct 2021, at 18:18
Court decision reveals details about war among the police. Problems surround another planned reform. Slovak film awarded in Chicago. 25. Oct 2021, at 18:08
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Salaries of frontline workers will be frozen. Slovakia records a new record in daily caseload. Meteorologists warn of strong wind. 20. Oct 2021, at 18:07
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