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Erik Rédli

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Slovakia enjoys handmade revival

Handmade is about more than just products. It connects people with ideas and creativity, who together form a community.6. Feb 2017, at 6:30

The traditional Čičmany decorations featured on the clothes of Slovak olympians.

Video on demand services bring more competitiveness to Slovak market

Amazon Video and Netflix compete with each other but do not threaten traditional broadcasters.13. Jan 2017, at 16:28

NGO sector needs to improve transparency

A register of NGOs could bring more order to financing the third sector.27. Dec 2016, at 6:30

More people are volunteering via NGOs.

Support of green electricity may change

The current scheme overly impacts final prices of electricity.5. Dec 2016, at 6:30

Support for renewable energy in question.

Freighters face infrastructure challenges

Logistics and transport companies must cope with a lack of human resources and poor infrastructure, mainly in the central and eastern parts of Slovakia.22. Nov 2016, at 6:30

Companies often outsource transport and logistics.

PhD for personal development

PhD graduates are valued on the job market for their expertise and soft skills.7. Nov 2016, at 6:30

PhD students should not struggle to find jobs.

Revamped audit law to bring more transparent ledgers

The new law puts pressure on costs and conditions across the auditing market.25. Oct 2016, at 6:30

Illustrative stock photo

Study in Chinese in Banská Bystrica

Bilingual programme in Slovak and Chinese should release the potential of the most widely spoken language.19. Oct 2016, at 8:21

More than 80 schools offer bilingual programmes in Slovakia.

Climate change affects Slovakia

Hotter summer days are but one consequence of global warming.29. Sep 2016, at 17:35

We can plant trees to combat impacts of climate change.

EU laws to adjust to digital content

New rules meant to bring equal access, no matter the country.27. Sep 2016, at 6:30

The market for digital services is expected to grow.

People in Egypt might like Slovak short stories

A participant of the summer Slovak language school talks about his interest in Slovak literature, in the country itself, and the challenges of translating.26. Aug 2016, at 6:30

Ayman Saad

Slovakia seeks to curb usage of plastic bags

Local scientists have developed a bio-degradable material for plastic bags.11. Aug 2016, at 11:31

Illustrative stock photo

Oldest Slovak language summer school startsVideo

Since beginning in 1965, the courses have produced 6,000 graduates. This year, there are 157 enrolled from 33 countries,10. Aug 2016, at 11:33

Students of Studia Academica Slovaca arrive to the ceremonial opening of the 52nd edition of the summer school.

Slovakia has high hopes for Olympics

Slovakia’s highest medal hopes are traditionally in water sports and shooting.2. Aug 2016, at 19:56

Raising the Slovak flag in athletes village in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 1.

New waste management law aims to clean up

Changes shift responsibility to those producing refuse amid hopes that more will be recycled.20. Jul 2016, at 9:31

The third way of coffee in BratislavaPlus

Enjoying a cup while reading in a bookshop, listening to a debate or on the go; directly from the street, Bratislava offers multiple ways to have a coffee.12. Jul 2016, at 10:32

Street food is finding its way in Bratislava

Street food can be a solution for the people who want to enjoy a quality meal on the go.1. Jul 2016, at 6:09

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