News Digest: Many People Ask Questions, Receive Dark Answers

New hiking challenges, motorcycle legends, and war aren’t the greatest fears of Slovaks.

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good evening August 3 (Wednesday) issue Slovakia today You can have the main news of the day ready in less than 5 minutes.

Will the apartment be cheaper?

Bratislava has typically seen more volatility in property prices than the rest of the country in recent times, but new data suggests the opposite is now the case.

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Statistics from the Slovak National Bank for the second quarter of this year show a significant increase in real estate prices outside the capital.

Can we expect the price to fall?

Ranking: of Slovakia’s largest developerwho is building the most apartments?

Bratislava: Popularity of investment apartment Decreased in the Slovak capital.

More articles of the day from The Slovak Spectator website

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  • weather: In the coming days, Slovakia will fever alert.
  • vote: a Recent research It shows that concerns about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine are declining.

Weekend recommendations

  • Bojnice Castle: From 5th to 6th August there is an evening walking tour from 19:30. Visitors encounter several ghosts, including the White Lady and the Black Lady.

  • Challenge: The National Sports Center has launched a Summer/Autumn Hiking Challenge.”Vykroč na vrchol, Slovensko!Hikers should climb Terry Hut or Zboynitska Hut, Chumbje, Krivan and Lisi.

Wednesday’s feature article

The Story of the “Human” Bike

Around 1953, communists began to think: Introducing “Human” Bikes to Czechoslovakia. In other words, they were looking for a bike that was priced low enough that everyone could afford it.

Explore the story of the legendary Jawa bike that became a sales hit.

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In other news:

  • August 3, Special Prosecutor’s Office Orders Police Investigators to Reopen Investigation into Former Prime Minister Robert Fico (Smer) and other identified errors and lack of evidence. The Secretariat also decided on Fico’s complaints from April. the charges he facesbut the decision has not been made public.
  • August 6 Indoor pool in Petržalka (plaváreň) should reopen in about a month.
  • Kosice airport had to be evacuated early Wednesday due to bomb threatsOne flight to Vienna had to be delayed.
  • Pink driver’s licenses issued from 1993 to 2004 will expire at the end of December 2023.Drivers can already request a new driver’s license.
  • Health Minister Vladimír Lengvarský (OĽaNO nom.) was denounced by Prime Minister Eduard Heger (OĽaNO) for appointing Petra Svobodová as head of a new health service. When the Sumerian Party was in power, she worked for the Agricultural Payment Authority (PPA). Svobodová’s former boss and former PPA head, Juraj Kožuch, is indicted in a corruption case linked to agricultural institutions and her EU funds. every day every day I have written.
  • A park ranger working in Polonini National Park was fired after a tourist reported the ranger was picking blueberries. Areas under the highest level of protection, Corzar report.
  • Hospital in Nitra temporarily closed children’s intensive care unit due to shortage of nurses, some of whom have been infected with Covid-19. Healthcare in Slovakia has long been understaffed. The unit should reopen in September.

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