A total of 53 young people received the Duke of Edinburgh International Prize on November 2 in Bratislava. Prince Edward, the youngest son of British Queen Elizabeth II attended the ceremony on his fir ...
On the 31st of October 1517, the German theologian Martin Luther nailed his infamous Ninety-five Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. This act sparked the Protestant Reformation, whic ...
The capital city, Bratislava, and one of the largest cities in Slovakia, Banská Bystrica, opened new bus stations recently.
Last week, the locals in the northern Slovak village of Zázrivá officially closed the shepherding season.
Discussions about education are always timely in Slovakia. Moreover, the second week in October was when the so-called Lifelong Learning Week took place.
Since 1969, October 9th has been celebrated as World Post Day. Living in the time of the technology boom, we decided to look into the development of post offices, their services and their current state ...
Since October is observed as Respect for the Aged month, in this special feature we provide an in-depth look at how Slovakia takes care of its seniors:
The Erasmus exchange program for students is celebrating its 30th anniversary. What is it actually about? What are the students' experiences? What are the students' expectations?
Young Slovaks do not feel part of their county, lack trust in state institutions and are frustrated, reads the latest survey conducted by the Slovak Youth Council.
Traditional cuisine, folklore as well as search for ones roots - those are just some of the features of the annual Slovak Heritage Festival place in East Bruinswick, New Jersey.