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  1. Mentoring Program for Secondary School Students Gathers Pace in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | AT&T

    AT&T *'s career mentoring program for secondary school students in Europe gathers pace as over 1,900 young people embark on their entrepreneurship and employability courses for the 2014-15 academic year. AT&T is contributing $187,000 to Young Enterprise, the UK's leading enterprise and financial education charity, to help manage the program.


  2. airBaltic expands winter seasonal offering with Tatry serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Anna.aero

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  3. airBaltic launches flights between Riga and PopradRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | City Paper's Baltics Worldwide

    On 13 December airBaltic launched a new direct route linking Riga and Poprad, Slovakia. The once weekly service, offers convenient connections between the two cities and beyond to destinations in the Baltic region, Scandinavia, Russia and the CIS countries, reported BC Janis Vanags.... Read more...


  4. Student emigration is a threatRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | Slovak Spectator

    THE NUMBER of students at Slovak universities, including those at PhD degree programmes, is decreasing, while the share of Slovak students at Czech schools is increasing. Moreover, since the number of teachers remains the same, the unused capacity at schools is gradually rising, the report published by the Academic Ranking and Rating Agency suggests.


  5. [Locked] The cottage of many namesRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | Slovak Spectator

    TOURISTS began visiting the Western Tatras much later than the High Tatras. The western part of the mountain range was not so easily accessible - the central part of the Tatras was much easier to reach from the railway station in Poprad.


  6. Catering scandal cuts heads of hospitalsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Slovak Spectator

    HEADS of state-owned hospitals in BanskA Bystrica, Trnava and Poprad, together with the Health Ministry's service office head Martin SenA A k, are being forced out in yet another health care sector scandal - this one concerning overpriced catering contracts signed with mutually intertwined companies. The Sme daily and Transparency International Slovensko reviewed contracts of four large state hospitals in TrenA A n, BanskA Bystrica, Trnava and Poprad and found that they will pay external caterers nearly a 81 million including VAT over the course of 10 years.


  7. O2 Slovakia confirms LTE switch-onRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    Having soft launched in the capital earlier this month, O2 says its commercial systems have been launched to areas covering some 165,000 people in the two cities. The networks currently offer peak download speeds of around 25Mbps, with upload speeds of up to 15Mbps.


  8. Airport officials allowed man boasting of bombs in suitcase on flight ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Mirror.co.uk

    The man who claimed to have "bombs and grenades" made into on to the plane before cabin crew demanded that he be removed when he continued to tell passengers he had explosives Man making bomb threats allowed on plane after airport officials decide he was not serious and 'probably making it up' A bomb suspect was allowed to board a UK-bound flight when airport officials decided his threats were not serious and he was probably drunk. Officials at a Slovak airport let the man on to the flight, and he was only removed when he continued to tell stewardesses and passengers that he had a bomb, and they refused to fly with him.


  9. The purchases of cars will be cappedRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Slovak Spectator

    THE PURCHASES of vehicles by state authorities will be capped at 48,000 without VAT, according to a proposal authored by the Finance Ministry which still needs to get approval from the government. The limits will apply to state secretaries and the head of the Supreme Audit Office , but not to mayors, regional governors or the governor of the National Bank of Slovakia , the country's central bank, the Sme daily reported in its December 9 issue.


  10. [Locked] State hospitals pay millions for foodRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Slovak Spectator

    FOUR large state hospitals in Trencin, Banska Bystrica, Trnava and Poprad that are deteriorating and their patients are waiting sometimes even months for examinations will pay external caterers almost 81 million including VAT for ten years. In comparison, some hospitals with private owners may pay even half as much for catering of what aforementioned hospitals do, the Sme daily wrote on December 8. If you want to access the rest of this article, and all other premium content on websites that are part of the PIANO system, you can do so by subscribing to PIANO for only 1,39 euro a week.


  11. SWAN dives into Slovakian mobile market; 4G launch expected this weekRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    A report from Zive.sk suggests that services will initially be limited to areas of Bratislava and Kosice and will be fixed/nomadic rather than truly mobile, as the operator has so far failed to agree national roaming terms with incumbent cellcos Orange, Slovak Telekom and O2. The trio of established operators are only obliged to provide roaming on their networks once was announced as the winner of Slovakia's fourth mobile concession in January 2014, paying EUR6.60 million for its 2 15MHz technology-neutral 4G licence in the 1800MHz band.


  12. [Locked] Martin Hrinak of Kosice wins Slovak record in spadingRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 7 | Slovak Spectator

    SLOVAK competition and an attempt at a Slovak record in spading was organised during the 5th year of the orcharding and farming JAHRADA in Expo Centre Trencin on October 24 and 25. If you want to access the rest of this article, and all other premium content on websites that are part of the PIANO system, you can do so by subscribing to PIANO for only 1,39 euro a week. KEEP UP TO DATE ON EVENTS IN SLOVAKIA - as part of your PIANO subscription, you will have a PDF version of every issue of our newspaper, The Slovak Spectator, emailed directly to you .


  13. Report Published: "Plzensky Prazdroj as in Consumer Foodservice (Czech Republic)"Read the original story

    Sunday Dec 7 | PR-inside.com

    The company is considering the option of introducing a new smaller concept for PUOR outlets in smaller Czech towns and cities. The company has announced that it intends to expand The Pub chain abroad during 2014.


  14. Cougars release D-man BobosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Prince George Citizen

    The Cougars announced late Wednesday they have released the 19-year-old import defenceman to clear a roster position for 19-year-old defenceman Kirk Bear. Bobos, a native of Kosice, Slovakia, was a healthy scratch in 13 of the Cougars 28 games this season.


  15. Unemployment down in 3QRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Slovak Spectator

    THE UNEMPLOYMENT in Slovakia fell by 8.2 percent year-on-year to 350,600 in the third quarter of the year. The jobless rate dropped by 1.2 percentage points y/y to 12.9 percent.


  16. Cougar imports feeling more at homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Prince George Citizen

    The Prince George Cougars' European connection has been bolstered this season by the addition of assistant coach Roman Vopat. Vopat, centre, a native of the Czech Republic and former NHL forward, is helping Slovakian natives David Soltes, left, and Martin Bobos, right, adapt to a new language and North American lifestyle while playing in the WHL for the Cougars.


  17. The Judicial Council elects only two candidates for ECHR postRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Slovak Spectator

    SLOVAKIA will not send the list with three names for the judicial post at the European Court of Human Rights by January 5 as it was required, as the Judicial Council failed to elect all three candidates. Only two have already received the necessary support: Kosice-based judge Ladislav Dudits and Zuzana Dlugosova, who worked at the ECHR between 2009 and 2013 as a lawyer and now serves as an advisor to the US Embassy to Slovakia, the SITA newswire reported.


  18. Nemanja Matic knows better than most that Chelsea must fight to the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Daily Mail

    Is this the worst case of play-acting ever? Watch moment Leeds midfielder Adryan goes head over heels after bad tackle EXCLUSIVE: Mackay hit by new race claims after former Cardiff employee Apsalyamov submits complaint to FA over alleged 'Chemical Ali' nickname Valdes back at United as ex-Barca goalkeeper returns to train with Van Gaal's side ahead of signing on a free ADRIAN DURHAM: Bullard first to be voted off in the jungle... but he should have never been in there. He should still be in football Van Gaal needs to stop whinging and get on with it... United have lots of games in December Chelsea were runaway champions until this weekend.


  19. IPI wary of libel lawsuitsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | Slovak Spectator

    DESPITE 25 years since the fall of the communist regime Slovak media still face threats particularly the threat of debilitating libel lawsuits to intimidate publishers, according to an expert discussion held on November 25. "Recently there has been an increasing number of criminal complaints and charges against journalists and media," Pavol Mudry of International Press Institute said in his opening speech, adding that excessive fines and prison sentences in Slovak legislation for libel are "relics of the past".


  20. [Locked] RegioJet selling Bratislava-KosiceRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | Slovak Spectator

    THE CZECH private railway carrier RegioJet has launched the sale of tickets for trains that will be running from Bratislava through Zilina to Kosice as of December 14. The trains will run three times a day in both directions, the TASR newswire wrote. If you want to access the rest of this article, and all other premium content on websites that are part of the PIANO system, you can do so by subscribing to PIANO for only 1,39 euro a week.