Rasi: Matovic Has Employment Contract, He Can’t Skip Work

Bratislava, May 19 (TASR) – Opposition OLaNO-NOVA leader Igor Matovic's decision not to attend parliamentary sessions over alleged death threats he received on the...

Kiska Vetoes Legislation Amending Expropriation Proceedings

Bratislava, May 18 (TASR) - President Andrej Kiska has vetoed legislation designed to enable the state to start a certain amount of construction work...

Sixteen Members of Military Injured in Vehicle Accident

Bratislava, May 18 (TASR) - Sixteen professional servicemen suffered injuries when a Tatra 815 military vehicle crashed at Mociar military facility close to Ziar...

Two Companies in Dubnica Marking 80 Years of Engineering

Dubnica nad Vahom, May 18 (TASR) – Dubnica-based engineering companies ZVS Holding and ZTS Special are returning pride and honour to the defence industry,...

MPs Take Their Children to Parliament to Support Working Parents

Bratislava, May 18 (TASR) - Some MPs from the Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party, OLaNO-NOVA, We Are Family and the coalition Slovak National Party...

Fake Police Officer Attempts to Collect Fine on R1 Expressway

Nitra, May 18 (TASR) – A fake police officer attempted to collect a fine for a supposed misdemeanour on the R1 expressway near Nitra...

Fico: Public Hearing of Candidates for UVO Head Post Slated for May 24

A public hearing of candidates for the Public Procurement Office (UVO) head will take place next Wednesday (May 24), Prime Minister Robert Fico (Smer-SD) told a news conference in Bratislava on Thursday.

Lajcak: No One’s Perfect; But I Don’t See Any Alternative to EU

Banska Bystrica, May 17 (TASR) - No other country that joined the European Union in 2004 has benefited from it more than Slovakia, stated...

Danko: Elections, Not Revolutions, Serve to Replace Governments

Initiatives aimed at inciting disputes and strong sentiments and thus, ultimately, at cutting the term of a government short prematurely aren't specifically Slovak initiatives, but in democratic countries such actions result in no benefits, said Parliamentary Chairman and Slovak National Party (SNS) leader Andrej Danko on a TABLET.TV discussion show on Wednesday.

Fico Urges Mayors to Show Zero Tolerance for Fascist Displays

Prime Minister Robert Fico on Wednesday urged town and village mayors attending a Slovak Towns and Villages Association (ZMOS) congress in Bratislava not to countenance displays of fascism, TASR learnt on the same day.