Daily headlines - Tuesday, 9 January

Ljubljana, 9 January - Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Tuesday, 9 January:


Public finance
"Clash between govt and GZS over tax reform": The government is looking for ways to increase revenue as part of a tax reform, but businesses call for lower taxes and more tax sources. (front page, 8)

Križna Jama rescue operation
"Happy day for those trapped in Križna Jama Cave": The third day of rescue operation of two cave guides and a family of three, who were trapped in the Križna Jama Cave since Saturday, brought a happy ending. The group was brought from the cave alive and well just after 3pm. (front page, 4)

Slovenia's appearance at the Bologna Children's Book Fair
"Most funds will be secured this year": Slovenia will be featured at the Bologna Children's Book Fair between 8 and 11 April and will use the experience with the appearance at the Frankfurt Book Fair for its presentation. (front page, 19)


Change in ownership of Stožice mall
"Company from Republika Srpska buys Stožice": The decrepit unfinished commercial section of Ljubljana's Stožice sports complex has changed ownership after Rastoder, a banana trading and real estate company, sold it to MG Mind, a company based in Republika Srpska, Bosnia-Herzegovina, for an undisclosed sum. (front page, 2-3)

Ljubljana waste treatment plant
"Upgrade of waste treatment plant increasingly costly": Documents show that the costs of the upgrade of Ljubljana's central waste treatment plant in Zalog did not go up only because of unexpected additional work and change in technology but also costlier construction material. (front page, 8)


Večer highlights a statement by entrepreneur and soldier Bojan Lunežnik about the need to be active in life as part of its series of statements nominated for its Spade of the Year award. (front page)

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