We play hockey, they say. Which Slovaks play in the KHL and will they be missed?
Slovak players in the KHL will not attend the 2023 World Championship.
Cooking with Babička: Slíže, sweet or savoury Slovak noodles
The best food comes from Grandma's kitchen - and we are setting out to find it, first with homemade Slovak noodles.
Strasbourg did not hand political ammunition to Smer politicians
The ECHR delivered its verdict.
No more buying tickets from bus drivers in Košice
Košice public transport undergoing big changes.
New translated documents to help in official communication
Hungarian documents already available.
News digest: Learn four ways to serve Slovak noodles, according to Grandma
Translated documents to help in official communication, awarded film in cinemas. Learn more in today's digest.
Virtual reality helps visualise life in ancient Roman camp at Bratislava’s UNESCO site
Antic Gerulata Museum in Rusovce opens the new season with interactive 3D model.
US sanctions Slovak citizen over attempted arms deals
Foreign Affairs Ministry says it will investigate further.
Weekend: Mingling with felines in Bratislava's cat cafes
Take a trip to mountain tarns, old-timey cinematography and cats.
Tourists to pay more to stay in Bratislava
The city, which faces a budget crunch, is hiking its accommodation tax by more than 50 percent.
PM Heger arrives in Kyiv, a week after Slovakia sent jets to Ukraine
Ukraine has recently received short-range air-defence missile systems and several fighter jets from Slovakia, in return for which the NATO member was offered valuable military equipment by the US. But...
News digest: Slovak citizen is accused of involvement in attempted Russian arms deals
Heger goes to Ukraine, virtual reality resurrects a Roman camp. and AI is taking over – or is it?
News digest: Brand new hospital in Bratislava
How to enjoy Bratislava without having to spend money and how the Slovak minimum wage has grown over the years.
Top 10 events in Bratislava for foreigners
Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between March 31 and April 9, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions, classical music and highlights of the year.
Slovak making a noise in the world of bell-making
Róbert Slíž has already cast over 120 bells, including for crypt of Napoleon III.
3 things to do in Bratislava for free in the next seven days
Reach the Malá Baňa peak in the Small Carpathians or visit the conservatory in the palace next week
How Slovaks went from poor to richer (graph)
The minimum wage stands at €700 in 2023.
A new large hospital opens in Slovakia, the first in more than 30 years
The referral hospital in Bratislava is owned by the Penta financial group.