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2019: Kaliňák gets a haircut and runs for president

Apple buys Tesla and Corbyn wins the election in the UK. Some predictions for 2019.Benjamin Cunningham, 30. Dec 2018, at 19:20

Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák

It started with the murder of journalist. How did Slovakia change in 2018?

A year of anniversaries turned into a year of changes, protests and surprises.Michaela TerenzaniNina Francelová, 28. Dec 2018, at 7:30

2015: Health, judicial controversies

The end of the year brought rallies by teachers and nurses fighting for higher salaries.Michaela TerenzaniRadka Minarechová, 29. Dec 2015, at 6:30

Teachers protest against the situation in education.

December: The year in business

Jaguar Land Rover is coming to Slovakia and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 29. Dec 2015, at 6:25

The British Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) company comes to Nitra among foreign investments.

November: The year in business

The European Investment Bank opened its first permanent office in Bratislava and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 29. Dec 2015, at 6:20

The new St Michael’s Hospital in Bratislava was ceremonially opened on November 3.

October: The year in business

The TechMatch conference made media headlines due to its allegedly inflated costs and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 29. Dec 2015, at 6:15

Slovak Post (Slovenská Pošta) launched the newest mobile operator called Štvorka or 4ka (number four in English).

August: The year in business

Bratislava joined 330 cities across the globe offering transport by Uber and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 29. Dec 2015, at 6:05

A new €30 million football stadium was opened in Trnava.

July: The Year in Business

Slovak pensioners are guaranteed a minimum pension and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 29. Dec 2015, at 6:00

AeroMobil

June: The Year in Business

The global company Johnson Controls is strengthening its presence in Slovakia and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 28. Dec 2015, at 6:45

Illustrative stock photo

May: The year in business

Slovak Telekom minority share sold and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 28. Dec 2015, at 6:40

The carmaker Volkswagen Slovakia launched operations in its new body shop.

April: The year in business

Economy Minister Pavol Palis stepped down and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 28. Dec 2015, at 6:35

Váhostav-SK

March: The year in business

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair opened its base at Bratislava’s M. R. Štefánik Airport and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 28. Dec 2015, at 6:30

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair opened its base at Bratislava’s M. R. Štefánik Airport.

February: The year in business

Duslo gets state aid and more.Compiled by Spectator staff, 28. Dec 2015, at 6:25

The modernised Slovak-Hungarian section of the crude oil pipeline Adria was opened.

January: The year in business

SLOVAKIA has waited almost until the very end of the year for the most important news.Compiled by Spectator staff, 28. Dec 2015, at 6:20

Slovak food inspectors imposed fines on Tesco.

Refugee crisis affects Slovak politics

PARLIAMENTARY elections are nearing: throughout 2015 that has been the explanation for most actions of Slovak politicians generally and the ruling party in particular.Michaela TerenzaniRadka Minarechová, 28. Dec 2015, at 5:30