67% of Slovak prisoners able to work chose to do so, with each earning around €152.67 per month on average.
Marijuana in Slovakia. Gavin Shoebridge speaks to Interviews with the Ministry of Health spokesperson Mgr. Martina Lidinská, Martin Poliačik from the Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) political party, Dr Ľubomír Okruhlica from the Centre for Drug Rehabilitation, and an anonymous interview with a regular marijuana smoker. Click to listen to the report. #Marijuana #Slovakia
Two buildings are already standing in the area in fact, and, according to Groma, they could be used for accommodating the "most vulnerable groups of refugees, such as mothers with children and entire families".
Something amusing for your Friday: the perils of live broadcasting, as demonstrated by the BBC.
He added that the public opinion in Slovakia is not favourably inclined towards immigrants, and politicians less than one year before the election are saying what the public wants to hear.
Slovaks are warming to the idea of shorter trips within Slovakia, with long weekends in the High Tatras topping the polls.
The small village of Uherský Brod is still in shock from the attack.
To coincide with World Vasectomy Day 2016, we took an in-depth look at vasectomies in the Slovak Republic, including the view of the Catholic Church towards this medical procedure, and learned why some Polish and Czech men choose to travel here for the procedure.
#Volkswagen's latest plant expansion has made them candidates for a #Slovak certificate of "significant investment".
Is it a logical move given Russia's annexation of Crimea, or a wasted opportunity to demonstrate solidarity?