STA, 24 July 2018 - The five parties trying to form a coalition led by Marjan Šarec have decided to give conservative New Slovenia (NSi) another chance to return to the talks before they extend an invitation to the Left. The NSi has until Monday to come clear about its intentions.
HETA Asset Resolution, a wind-down corporation ultimately owned by the Republic of Austria, is handling the sale of Delamaris, a prime touristic development project located next to the ancient fishing and trading port of Izola. It’s a town full of art galleries, artisan stores, cafés and gourmet restaurants, and one that still remains a relatively undiscovered tourist destination on the Adriatic.
STA, 23 July 2018 - Tourism workers from Bela Krajina dismissed on Monday media reports about "an emergency state" in this south-eastern region which has been the main Balkan migration route entry point to Slovenia. They said that to their knowledge not a single incident had occurred so far and that visitor figures are on par with last year's and far above 2016.
STA, 23 July 2018 - The Constitutional Court (Ustavno sodišče Republike Slovenije) has dealt a blow to law enforcement by striking down a provision of the 2011 act on the seizure of illegally gained assets that made the legislation retroactive. Several major cases of asset forfeiture might be affected.
STA, 23 July 2018 - A pair of smugglers were apprehended by Slovenian police in the border area of Krško on Friday after it turned out that one of them transported 34 migrants in a van in inhumane conditions.
STA, 22 July 2018 - The passenger terminal at Koper, Slovenia's sole maritime port, is seeing another busy season, having already welcomed 41 passenger ships with a total of 46,500 passengers on board this year.
While Domen Skofič takes third place in men's lead, and Slovenians take two second places in the paraclimbing events