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Slovak Spectator

History Talks: Protect us from our protectors
Prayers in the 17th century pleaded for safety from the very soldiers meant to protect them, and none knew the reality of why better than the residents of Kežmarok.

News digest: AC/DC to attract thousands, how to get to concert
Administrative changes for foreigners in Slovakia, several heat records broken in Slovakia, and courier company expansion.

Bratislava airport has busiest June on record
The airport has added additional parking in response.

Courier giant plans to expand across Slovakia
According to Packeta, people prefer so-called Z-BOX to address delivery.

New changes to employing foreigners in Slovakia may cause chaos at first
Changes will reduce burden for police.

News digest: Penal Code amended once again
A bistro to visit, support for the Pohoda festival, and more high temperature warnings.

Exploring the 6,000-year-old origins of Dudince mineral springs
The Dudince settlers had extensive trade connections.

Want to work from home? Become an IT expert
Recruitment agency has surveyed work practices of employees in terms of home office.

HR expert: Slovak market cannot do without foreign workers
Jozef Petrík, CEO of temporary employment agency, talks about the challenges of the local labour market.

News digest: Prime minister compares attack on Trump to situation in Slovakia
Discover the taste of legendary sausages, Slovaks' plans for summer, and more high temperature warnings.

In Slovakia, we have an idea what attack on Trump will bring
The attack is likely to stir up hatred.

Slovak tennis player crowned Junior Wimbledon champion
Renáta Jamrichová ended her junior career as Slovakia's most decorated tennis player.

Spiš sausages survived wars and regimes to delight people’s taste buds today
Currently, there are 14 producers of Spiš sausages in Slovakia.

Last Week: Fico shows what a public comeback after a shooting can look like
He is showing no desire to calm the public mood.

Pohoda festival cancelled after tent collapse due to storm, 29 injured
The music event kicked off on Thursday night and was scheduled to conclude on Saturday.

Restaurant review: Paprikash like never before at this former strip club
The new Bratislava bistro, Ferdinand, concealed in Bratislava's popular park, sells an espresso for €1.

News digest: Escaped scorpions trigger alarm in Liptovský Peter
Ukrainian business to overcome Slovak obstacles, Slovak lawmakers will have to change criminal laws again, and open-air movie options.

MPs to revise criminal law changes, yet again. Slovakia fears loss of EU funds
The EC has criticised the government over its reduction of penalties for crimes related to misuse of European funds.

Slovak families struggle to repatriate their loved ones, while politicians fly to matches
The government wants €100,000 to repatriate a young Slovak stuck in an American hospital.

Weekend: Summer festivals, rally race, and ancient Eygpt
Summer nights are iconic. How about watching a movie under the night sky or touring a city by bike? Here's what to do during the weekend of July 12-14.

Breaking out of bubbles: A renowned street artist brings her ideas to Trnava
A selection of short feel-good stories from Slovakia.

Ukrainians moving to Slovakia have battled bureaucracy, but also witnessed gestures of kindness
Stories of Ukrainians who have found job in Slovakia.

News digest: Slovakia supports Ukraine’s NATO dream, PM Fico objects
A mountain tragedy, a book on Slovak settlers, and ways to enjoy Bratislava.

Deadly avalanche in Belianske Tatry claims lives of two tourists, leaves others injured
Storm weather warnings remain in place for most of Slovakia on Friday and Saturday.

Fico predicts future attacks in video address: “I have no doubt they will occur.”
Prime Minister Robert Fico criticises European socialists and warns against a third world war in his latest video.

Young Slovaks discover new worlds – and prefer them to home
Surrounded by diverse cultures, which they say they lack in Slovakia, they have grown as individuals.

Exploring Ladislav Mňačko’s timeless political critique, “The Taste of Power”
A searing political pamphlet in novel form, “The Taste of Power” has transcended its era, becoming required reading in Slovak schools and a mirror on politicians wielding authority today.

Top 10 events in Bratislava for foreigners
Tips for events between July 12 and July 17.

3 things to do in Bratislava for free in the next seven days
Celebrate the French public holiday or practice an old Chinese exercise focused on relaxed movements.

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