STA, 21 September 2018 - The Left will not formalise a tentative agreement that allowed the appointment of the Marjan Šarec minority government next week, but talks on re-establishing trust will continue, Left leader Luka Mesec said after a meeting with Šarec on Friday.
STA, 21 September - The prosecution is reported to be looking into the finances of the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts (Filozofka FakultetaI) after an internal audit indicated EUR 1m in unwarranted payments had been made to some employees in the past decade.
STA, 20 September 2018 - Slovenia cannot agree to the European Commission making a political issue out of the implementation of the Slovenian-Croatian border arbitration award, because this also damages the future of the Commission and of the EU, Slovenia's new Foreign Minister Miro Cerar said in an interview with the STA.
STA, 20 September 2018 - Participants of a three-day meeting of ministers and state secretaries from China and Central and Eastern European countries, including Economy Ministry State Secretary Eva Štravs Podlogar, agreed that the Chinese tourism market was very important for CE Europe, including Slovenia.
STA, 20 September - Slovenian consumers are increasingly pessimistic in their expectations about the state of the country's economy, savings options, and their household finances, fresh statistics show.
STA, 20 September - Slovenia's oldest city of Ptuj has been revealed as the world's hardest city for British holidaymakers to pronounce. In a survey by the Daily Mail that looked at the toughest-to-pronounce tourist destinations on the planet, Ptuj was mispronounced by 92% of those polled.
STA, 19 September 2018 - The civic initiatives from Metlika, Bela Krajina, Debeli Rtič and Velenje have urged the Interior Ministry and the government to "prevent massive abuse of the asylum procedure by many of the migrants who are crossing our border illegally every day".