TASR Launches NewsNow, First Slovak Public Service News in English

Bratislava, February 3 (TASR) - The aim of the new public service news website by TASR called NewsNow – now available at newsnow.tasr.sk – is to increase the availability of current issues in Slovakia in English.

Revenues in Wholesale Down by 0.5 percent Y-o-Y in December 2015

Bratislava, February 3 (TASR) - Revenues from own activities and goods increased both in the sale and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles and...

Slovakia to Contribute €5.3 mn towards Solution of Migration Crisis

Bratislava, February 3 (TASR) - The Slovak Government at its regular session on Wednesday decided to approve the payment of €5.3 million by April...

Most-Hid MP: Contract for Bratislava Bypass Should Be Signed ASAP

Bratislava, February 3 (TASR) - The winning bid of a consortium headed by Spanish construction company Cintra for building a new bypass around Bratislava...

‘Children for Peace’ to Come from Ukraine

Bratislava, February 3 (TASR) - Thirty children from Ukraine are set to come to Slovakia this week to present with their Slovak peers a...

Bratislava Airport Handled 44 percent More Passengers Y-o-Y in January

Bratislava, February 2 (TASR) - Bratislava's Milan Rastislav Stefanik Airport (BTS) handled 44 percent more passengers in January than it did in the same month of 2015, the airport's spokesperson Veronika Sevcikova told TASR on Tuesday.

Discontent Demonstrators Enunciate Their Opinions in front of Parliament

Bratislava, February 2 (TASR) - Drums, whistles, rattles and bells resounded in front of the Parliament building in Bratislava on Tuesday afternoon, as about...

Lajcak Voices Support for Ukraine’s Political and Economic Stability

Kiev/Bratislava, February 2 (TASR) - The situation in Ukraine has a direct effect on Slovakia, so it's in our interest to see Ukraine successful...

Figel: Pociatek Came into Limelight Mainly with Scandals

Bratislava, February 2 (TASR) - Jan Pociatek as Transport, Construction and Regional Development Minister has been almost absent and has only come into the limelight mainly thanks to scandals, said Christian Democrat (KDH) chairman and former transport minister Jan Figel in an interview for TASR on Tuesday.

Most-Hid: Teachers’ Situation Can Be Addressed before Election by Law

Bratislava, February 2 (TASR) - If there's a will to address the situation faced by teachers in Slovakia, it's possible to do so prior to the parliamentary election (March 5), announced Most-Hid chairman Bela Bugar at a press conference on Tuesday, adding that the party has prepared an amendment proposal on the remuneration of employees doing work in the public interest that also includes teachers.