President Andrej Kiska refuses to show contracts and invoices related to his pre-election campaign expenditures.
Within the last few years Roma living in Moldava nad Bodvou have experienced police brutality, forced eviction and segregation.
Training a police dog takes years and not every puppy can be trained to be good service dog.
By using eurofunds and state aid new Mayor of Raslavice Marek Rakoš thus created some 80 jobs in two years.
Education Minister Peter Plavčan has refused to leave, the Prime Minister demanding his resignation.
Russia is oppressing Jehovah's Witnesses after courts described them as extremists.
Children are often manipulated against their parents while authorities decide about divorces and custody.
The Slovak Spectator spent several days on the Darknet.
Unofficial queuing lists have re-appeared, and some say they have camped in front of the department for days.
The country has accepted only 16 people through its quota system.
Jakub Pavlús moved from Slovakia to the Czech Republic to serve as an Evangelical priest due to his views on same-sex marriage.
By the end of May 2017, there were 44 cases of false alarms; for the whole of 2016, there were 54 such cases.
The Police corps lack a helicopter during car chases and a simulator for shooting from a moving car.
Smer will not permit serious personnel changes simply due to students' protests, according to expert on civic campaigns, Juraj Rizman.
Coalition proposes change to legislation that would remove Ondrej Krajňák from the post of head of the National Memory Institute.
Police have been waiting for promised body cameras since 2013.
Some Roma claiming the mayor of Gemerská Poloma, Miroslav Michalka was buying votes, have changed their testimonies.