What the Papers Say: Thursday, February 7, 2019

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Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Thursday, February 7, 2019, as summarised by the STA:

DELO

Culture Day
"Where to?": The paper looks at the situation in culture on this year's Culture Day, noting that the Culture Ministry is embroiled in a bullying scandal, which swept away the culture minister, and a well-known actor is in the spotlight for plagiarising a theatre play. (front page, 3)

Healthcare
"Will Klokočovnik leave UKC?": The head of the clinic for heart surgery at the UKC Ljubljana, surgeon Tomislav Klokočovnik, has offered his resignation after eight heart surgeons demanded his resignation. (front page, 2)

UEFA
"Čeferin with full term, UEFA with record revenue": Slovenia's Aleksander Čeferin is expected to be re-elected head of the European football association UEFA in Rome today. (front page, 5)

DNEVNIK

Police
"All police helicopters grounded": The situation at the police aviation unit in Brnik is worrying. Currently all of the six police helicopters are grounded. (front page, 3)

Real estate tax
"No real estate tax in 2020": Five years after a failed attempt of the Alenka Bratušek government to introduce a real estate tax, it seems that the public real estate records are still not ready for the new levy, the paper says. (front page, 2)

FINANCE

Real estate market
"How much did the prices of apartments in Ljubljana go up last year": The prices of second-hand apartments in the capital grew by 12% last year but growth is stabilising now. (front page, 2-3)

Healthcare
"Chief heart surgeon Tomislav Klokočovnik offered resignation, but they did not accept it": The head of the clinic for heart surgery at the UKC Ljubljana, surgeon Tomislav Klokočovnik, has offered his resignation after eight heart surgeons wrote a critical letter, demanding his resignation, but the UKC boss did not accept it. (front page, 4)

Subsidies
"Up to hundred thousand a year available for companies with innovative projects": The Economy Ministry has published a call for applications to support SMEs which take part in the research and development programme Eurostarts as part of the Eureka initiative. (front page, 6)

VEČER

Maribor bus station
"It will have hard time hiding that it turned thirty": Maribor's main bus station will turn thirty at the end of November. (front page, 10-11)

Meat scandal
"Salmonella found in kebab meat": A microbiological test of kebab meat that came to Slovenian from Poland has shown two samples of meat were contaminated with Salmonella. (front page, 2-3)

Ski jumping
"Ljubno, women's Planica": Female ski jumpers are catching up on men both in terms of boldness and success and the Slovenian town of Ljubno has a lot to do with that, the paper says. (front page, 12, 22)

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