€620,000 has been spent on the military training centre this year.
Originally, the tram track should have been put back in operation on November 15
EMA will not relocate to Slovakia - Job ads will have to state actual payrates - Trnava factory to produce electric cars
Patients unwilling to wait at the doctor’s office may be able to make appointments starting next year, for a fee of €50.
Slovak pupils are below the OECD average in collaborative problem solving, international PISA tests have shown.
The former politician/TV manager accused of ordering the murder of his business partner received an electronic location bracelet.
Though the artificial heart enables a normal life, the patient will remain on a transplant waiting list.
Incumbent Košice Mayor Richard Raši claims that not all votes for him have been counted.
The Czech Centre for Investigative Journalism analysed the information war in the Visegrad Group countries.
But his party can still bounce back if they do the things that make parties resilient.
Former Foreign Ministry employee Zuzana Hlávková decried allegedly shady purchases at the Foreign Affairs Ministry one year ago
The prizes awarded to Czech and Slovaks whose lives were impacted by totalitarian regimes and non-democracy were given at a ceremony in the Prague National Theatre.
The My Sme Les (We Are Wood) initiative was signed by more than 25,000 people
The windstorm damaged 12,000 hectares of woods on November 19, 2004.
Environmentalist and documentary film-maker Erik Baláž awarded White Crow for fighting for the survival of the Tichá and Kôprová valleys
The tenth year of the White Crow award, celebrating young people and activists who break prejudices and go against the tide.
What does the defeat in regional elections mean for the future of Slovakia’s strongest party?
Several events mark the 28th anniversary of the November protests.
Kiska responded by saying that he understands Fico’s frustration after regional election loss
After the revolution in 1989 the number of people participating in elections fell from 99 percent to around 60 percent.