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Society 6:30

Weather: Clear in the west, cloudy in the east

Western and central parts of the country will see mostly clear skies on Sunday, while clouds will persist throughout the day in the east and bring some rain. Morning lows will range from -8 degrees Celsius to zero, and daytime highs from 3 to 8 degrees, up to 10 in the western region of Primorska.

Society Jan 22, 2022, 16:15

Austrian skier found dead in Mt Stol area

An Austrian skier who went missing on Friday while skiing off piste in the area of Mt Stol in the Karawanken mountain range in northern Slovenia was found dead on Saturday morning, the Slovenian Administration for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief says on its website.

Society Jan 22, 2022, 16:00

Over 469,000 emergency calls to 112 made in 2021

Slovenia's Notification Centre together with its 13 regional units received 524,600 phone calls in 2021, of which over 469,000 to the 112 emergency number, which is a rise of 3.13% over 2020, data released by the Administration for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief shows.

Business Jan 22, 2022, 15:27

Almost 70 kids with inflammatory syndrome treated since start of epidemic

As many as 69 children suffering from Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children have been treated at Slovenia's only children's hospital since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic in March 2020. Immunologist Tadej AvĨin from the Ljubljana Paediatric Clinic says this makes the two-million nation a world leader per capita.

Society Jan 22, 2022, 13:59

Weather: Clear in the west, cloudy in the east

Western and central parts of the country will see mostly clear skies on Sunday, while clouds will persist throughout the day in the east and bring some rain. Morning lows will range from -8 degrees Celsius to zero, and daytime highs from 3 to 8 degrees, up to 10 in the western region of Primorska.

Politics Jan 22, 2022, 13:47

Fishermen being fined in disputed Piran Bay but fines not being paid

Since Slovenia's implementation of the border arbitration decision in 2018, Slovenian and Croatian fishermen have been fined for fishing in the disputed Bay of Piran, but the fines are being appealed rather than paid, as Croatia refuses to implement the 2017 international arbitration tribunal's decision to award most of the bay to Slovenia.

Business Press Review Jan 22, 2022, 11:35

Delo says more real estate could soon be on the market

A record number of building permits were issued in Slovenia last year, which means journalists could soon start writing about something else than just a shortage of flats and skyrocketing prices, the newspaper Delo says in its front-page commentary on Saturday.