She went

January 11, 2015

A quirky sculpture in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, and one of a series of sculptures located in and around the city centre. The one of Napoleon leaning over a park bench is also extremely popular with tourists.

Slovakia at your leisure

January 10, 2015

Lutz, originally from Houston, Texas, in the United States, has lived or worked on six continents. For the last four years, he has lived in Slovakia.

Jane Eyre in Bratislava

January 10, 2015

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Fiscal results are better than planned

January 9, 2015

SLOVAKIA managed its fiscal affairs in 2014 better than planned when it closed the year below the plan, with a cash deposit of 0.5 percent of gross domestic product. Finance Minister Peter Kažimír ascribes this to better collection of taxes and sound growth of Slovakia’s economy.

Fire Brigade: 44 fatalities in fires in 2014

January 9, 2015

A TOTAL of 9,011 fires were recorded in Slovakia in 2014, which is a drop of 887 year-on-year, according to the latest statistics released by the Fire and Rescue Corps (HaZZ). The highest number of fires were caused by handling waste and broke out where people live.

Companies want subsidies from state to train students

January 9, 2015

THE GOVERNMENT will discuss a draft law on dual education aiming to connect schools with practice at today’s special session.

Police bust of international counterfeiters

January 9, 2015

FOUR members of an international organised group are facing counterfeit money charges, having seen their plans to produce euro banknotes worth a total of €500 million foiled by the police, TASR learned from Martin Waldl, the Police Corps Presidium spokesman on January 8.

Slovak Bank Association faces €186,000 fine

January 9, 2015

THE ANTITRUST Office (PMÚ) has issued a first-instance decision concerning the Slovak Bank Association (SBA) and has levied a fine of €185,939 for instituting a forum involving the exchange of sensitive information leading to restrictions on economic competition, the TASR newswire reported.

10-minute flight could be shortest international route in the world

January 9, 2015

Low-cost Austrian airline FlyNiki claims it is launching the shortest international flight in the world: a 30-mile trip between Vienna, Austria, and Bratislava, Slovakia, which would only take 10 minutes.

FlyNiki airline to launch Ten Minute route from Vienna to Bratislava

January 8, 2015

'There's no toilet roll, please send help': Teen rescued from embarrassing mishap after TWEETING Virgin Trains Passenger planes could be forced to report their position every 15 minutes in new proposals to avoid repeat of Malaysia Airlines tragedy Police warn drone pilots that it i


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