Daily headlines - Friday, 30 June

Ljubljana, 30 June - Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Friday, 30 June:


"Pogačar already in Basque to pursue yellow jersey": The 2023 Tour de France is about to start, and if everything goes right for Tadej Pogačar, he will bag his third Tour de France title this year. (front page, pages 18-19)

"New embassy in Seoul": Visiting South Korea, Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon inaugurated a new embassy in Seoul in a bid to strengthen cooperation between the two countries. (front page, page 11)

Unexploded ordnance
"Some 3,500 dangerous battle remains found": Following last year's devastating wildfires, the Unexploded Ordnance Protection Unit found some 3,500 battle remains, mostly from WWI. (front page, page 4)


"State should rein in prices": What is key to tackle the cost-of-living crisis are measures to effectively rein in inflation, an expert says. (front page, page 3, commentary 14)

"For now, waste not to be incinerated in Bosnia": Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković has been reportedly in talks with Republika Srpska authorities over the possibility of the city's waste being incinerated there, but no deal has come out of this for now. (front page, page 8)


Real estate
"New owner": Velika Kavarna, one of the most beautiful, listed buildings in Maribor city centre, has been purchased by a local lawyer who apparently plans to renovate it. (front page, pages 2, 13)

"Cable car rides getting pricier too": From 1 July cable car rides in Maribor will be more expensive, but there will be a special discount for locals. (front page, page 14)

"Mariborski Otok opening its doors": The renovated Mariborski Otok swimming pool complex will open this Saturday or Sunday, depending on the weather. (front page, page 15)

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