The world-renowned Vienna Boys' Choir will perform two concerts in Slovenia, one in Ljubljana on Wednesday evening and the other in Maribor on Friday. The quintessential boys' choir will sing its programme dubbed From Amadeus to Michael Jackson and will be joined by Slovenian pop scene icon Helena Blagne as a special guest.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has turned to the Slovenian Constitutional Court in its quest to challenge the seizure of Slovenian central bank data in July 2016 that it deems unlawful, the Delo newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Running enthusiasts will get a chance this weekend to join a run in the Alpine town of Tržič (NW) or a run along the Krka river in Novo mesto (SE).
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Wednesday, 29 March:
Primorske novice, the Koper-based regional paper, expresses the hope in Wednesday's commentary that people's interests will be kept in mind as the EU and UK start "divorce proceedings".
The offensive on Mosul, an Islamic State (IS) stronghold, has turned into a battle with the civilian population, Delo argues in Wednesday's commentary.
Registered alcohol use in Slovenia increased in 2015 compared to the year before to 11.5 litres of pure alcohol per population above 15, according to data of the National Public Health Institute (NIJZ). Consumption is thus at more than twice the acceptable annual level of five litres per person.