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Society Oct 30, 2020, 18:43

Govt taps into commodity reserves for essential medical equipment

The government adopted on Friday a decree providing public healthcare institutions and care homes with stocks of certain equipment essential for Covid-19 treatment, such as ventilators and oxygen supply devices, from the commodity reserves.

Politics Oct 30, 2020, 18:22

Govt expands list of exceptions allowed to operate in lockdown

The government has decided to expand the list of exceptions allowed to operate during the country's second coronavirus lockdown with construction, maintenance and installation works where there is only minimal contact with customers, as well as repair shops, chimney sweeping services and libraries.

Business Oct 30, 2020, 18:00

GZS proposes dozen solutions to help companies in crisis

With Slovenia in its second lockdown this year, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) said on Friday the economy will need additional aid to help companies and individuals hit by the crisis. The chamber came up with 11 proposals, among them a two-year freeze of the minimum wage.

Politics Oct 30, 2020, 16:12

EU Commission urges Slovenia to improve access to justice in environmental matters

Slovenia has received two formal notices and two reasoned opinions in the European Commission's October infringement package. The formal notices pertain to the handling of priority substances and basic safety standards, while reasoned opinions refer to waste and access to justice in environmental matters.

Business Oct 30, 2020, 16:04

Trading on LJSE remains vibrant

The Ljubljana Stock Exchange saw another lively day on Friday, with total volumes reaching almost EUR 2 million. The SBI TOP index added 0.38% as big names had mixed fortunes. Standing out is a 5.46% drop for port operator Luka Koper, albeit on only EUR 11,000 in turnover. Energy trader Petrol and the NLB bank were the most sought items.

Politics Oct 30, 2020, 15:44

Ministers pay respects to victims of 1991 independence war

Three government ministers visited the Žale Cemetery in Ljubljana on Friday ahead of on All Saint's Day to lay wreaths and pay respect to the soldiers and police officers killed in the 1991 Slovenian independence war.

Politics Oct 30, 2020, 15:08

Jurist joins appeals for making court decision public

Law professor Jurij Toplak has joined appeals for a system under which court decisions would be public by default, after access to decisions has been constrained by a Supreme Court ruling in May this year that he described as "one of the most damaging judgements".