Bratislava airport flags fake airport websites
Latest data shows year-on-year increase in passenger numbers.
News digest: Don't forget- clocks go forward on Sunday
More money from Brussels, US helicopters for Slovakia, and Bratislava airport's warning against fake websites.
Shelter in Small Carpathians will open to hikers soon
Four to six tourists can spend the night in the attic of the two-story building.
US teachers not rushing to teach English in Slovakia due to war
Dozens of Americans taught Slovak students in Tisovec in the past, but the local school is now struggling to find teachers from overseas.
News digest: School wants US teachers but they fear war in Ukraine
Tax offices' extended opening hours, major development in the Daniel Tupý murder case, and another Slovakia Matters edition.
Police detain suspects in Daniel Tupý death, a case that has haunted Slovakia for 18 years
Police chief Štefan Hamran is certain that arrested men were at the crime scene in November 2005.
Light signal will connect castles along Hron river
Just choose a castle, find out the time and place of group departure.
Slovak ham radio operators conquer Indian Ocean island, send first signal to the world in years
Up to 2,000 stations around the world wanted to talk to the Slovaks at once.
Slovak Matters: Departures, even when drinking
The last column was dedicated to saying hello; now we go over the last word, whether saying goodbye or taking the customary last shot.
News digest: Retailers' move to make food more affordable
A group of old houses in Banská Štiavnica damaged by fire, Eduard Heger's new party, and 10 biggest tax debtors.
Inspired by France, retailers in Slovakia cap food prices
The price of 400 products should not increase until mid-June.
Car registration fees will not increase as steeply as originally proposed
The new fees valid as of July 1, 2023.
The silent toll of the war in Ukraine is on minds
Friends are essential for mental health, but only one in three Ukrainian children in Slovakia are currently enrolled in school.
The quarrel over MiGs tests Slovakia’s ability to do the right thing
It’s not like Slovaks will get nothing from the transfer.
This Slovak's autogyro can fly – or drive
The 'driving plane' is licensed to use public roads.
With his new party, Slovak PM embarks on a mission to unify
After two years as premier of an OĽaNO-led government, Eduard Heger is leaving the populist movement of Igor Matovič and hopes to establish a new political culture in Slovakia.
Who are the biggest tax debtors?
Single-use companies laundered millions of euros.
You can feel good. Just be kind
Acts of kindness have a positive impact not only on the recipients of the kindness.