The list aims to raise the profile of changemakers in emerging Europe
Well-known retail street in Bratislava appeared in top 100.
A company promises in its ad to offer household helpers who are hardworking and discreet.
However, it still hasn't signed a new rental agreement with the city of Bratislava.
Slovakia will have to display unity and inventiveness for Brussels to recognise it among the cluster of “strange” democracies east of Germany
In some defined cases, merchants will and online shops will not be allowed to require consumers to pay with a debit or credit card issued in another country; this means discrimination by online shops based on a…
The Slovak capital finished fourth in first round of vote for the seat of the prestigious European Medicines Agency
The Association of Road Transport Operators of the Slovak Republic claim a shell company via which a Belgian entrepreneur hires drivers from eastern Europe is behind the case
The police seized pictures of underage girls and also a weapon while searching his premises.
In the city of Žilina, vehicles were stopped with dozens of illegally transported Iraqi, Iranian and Syrian nationals.
Free language courses available for foreigners living in the capital.
PESCO membership will present an opportunity for Slovakia to bolster its defence capabilities
In the Slovak capital and four other cities, the end of World War I and those killed were commemorated November 11.
Ministers will vote on a new home for the EMA on November 20
MP František Šebej contributes to deepening relations with Japan through several activities.
More information will be published later this week.
The biggest British investor in the country is the carmaker Jaguar Land Rover.
Kažimír is waiting for political consensus
A German homeless man detained in Vienna claims he got the TNT from Slovakia; the case is not connected to terrorism.
The anti-Islam party spread disinformation and was supported by conspiracy websites.