Politics 13:07

SLS lead candidate punched at public event

Peter Gregorčič, the lead candidate of the People's Party (SLS) at the EU elections, was punched by a man at a public event in Metlika, south Slovenia, on Friday

Society 8:00

Doctors could still work after-hours, but not for private providers

Government guidelines for a strict separation of public and private healthcare obtained by the STA show that doctors could still work after-hours, yet only for other public providers and at their own health organisation. Doctors warn the changes would trigger a wave of quitting.

Politics Press Review 7:51

Delo sees Slovenian-Croatian relations at a new level

Delo argues that Slovenian-Croatian relations are at a new, pragmatic level as it looks into the latest developments in Saturday's commentary, most notably the recent decision by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) regarding fines for Slovenian fishermen.

Politics May 17, 2024, 19:30

Anti-money laundering official question previous boss's conduct

A parliamentary commission of inquiry questioned on Friday an employee of the Office for the Prevention of Money Laundering who highlighted several unusual practices under a previous boss, who is now the subject of a police investigation.

Politics May 17, 2024, 19:18

Golob and Zelensky discuss security agreement

PM Robert Golob talked with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday focussing on defence cooperation, Zelensky said on X. He wrote that the two countries will sign a security agreement at the earliest opportunity.

Politics May 17, 2024, 18:53

Poklukar sees no change in Slovenian-Italian relations

Interior Minister Boštjan Poklukar said there had been no change in Slovenian-Italian relations when it came to the border as he talked to MPs at a session on Friday called in the aftermath of a statement by Italian Interior Minister Antonio Tajani which the opposition interpreted as a vote of no confidence in Slovenia.