Dec 5, 2013
Activists: Economy ministry shelves Bratislava pipeline debate
The Economy Ministry has again shelved the planned debate involving an oil pipeline connection between Bratislava and the Austrian refinery Schwechat after several previous delays, now claiming that it doesn't have enough relevant documents and other necessary information, Miroslav Dragun from the civic association 'No to Pipeline' said at a press ... (more)
When Bratislava shivered behind the Iron Curtain
For all the massive political progress of the past couple of decades, the city of Bratislava still bears the scars of a turbulent 20th century, when it endured the horrors of two World Wars and then a long period under communist rule.
Peering at Bratislava from on high
Bratislava possesses many places of interest, some of which can make visitors and locals alike stop and stare in awe - even if it is just to consider the feat of engineering or architecture they are looking at.
After Slovakia adopted a series of economic reforms during the first decade of this century, Bratislava has become one of the fastest growing regions in Europe and a construction boom has started all over the city.
Czech-Slovak consortium to reconstruct Bratislava Old Bridge
The association of Czech and Slovak construction companies called MHD-Stary most/Public Transport-Old Bridge shall reconstruct the Old Bridge in Bratislava and build a new tram line connecting the Safarikovo Square with Bosakova Street in the Petrzalka borough on the other bank of the Danube.