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Business 15:51

Consumers' association to take Sparkasse to court over zero floor

The Slovenian Consumers' Association (ZPS) intends to bring a class action against the bank Sparkasse because they find it unacceptable that the bank deems the interest rate on a loan to be zero if Euribor goes negative. The organisation is urging borrowers at other banks who made variable-rate loan payments in 2015-2022 to join the case.

Business 15:42

DEM gets building permit for geothermal power plant

DEM, the company managing power stations on the river Drava, has been granted a building permit for a geothermal power plant at a wellbore in Čentiba in Prekmurje, the only Slovenian region with some gas and oil. The plant will serve as a best practice demonstration project encouraging the production of geothermal energy.

Society 15:37

Red shoes galore in parliament after attacks on speaker

Red pumps, red sandals and red trainers could be seen a lot in parliament today as female members of the future coalition parties decided to express solidarity with Speaker Urška Klakočar Zupančič, who became the target on insults on social media over her outfit at Friday's maiden session of parliament.

Politics 15:23

Slovenia supports decision by Sweden, Finland to join NATO

The Foreign Ministry has expressed Slovenia's full support for the decision of Sweden and Finland to join NATO, labelling the two countries as the closest partners of the alliance. President Borut Pahor congratulated the two countries on the step.

Society 14:30

Weather: Sunny and hot

It will be sunny in Slovenia on Thursday with morning lows ranging from 5 to 10 degrees Celsius inland and daytime highs from 24 to 28.

Business 14:22

Farmers hail choice of Irena Šinko for agriculture minister

Farmer representatives welcomed the choice of Irena Šinko as a candidate for agriculture minister. The Chamber of Agriculture and Forestry (KGZS) said it was "positive surprise" as she has the expertise. It would like the new government to help farmers, especially with the gap between low buy-in prices and the skyrocketing costs of inputs.