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Isonzo Front

Society

Society 7:00

Landslide experts from world over in Ljubljana

More than 600 participants from over 50 countries have convened in Slovenia's capital for the 4th World Landslide Forum. Until Thursday they will discuss landslide research and risk reduction for advancing culture of living with natural hazards.

Society 6:30

Weather: Sunny with showers in hilly areas

Another warm and sunny day is expected in Slovenia on Tuesday with the mercury rising up to 30 degrees Celsius. Showers are expected in hilly areas in late afternoon. A weak south-westerly wind will blow.

Society May 29, 2017, 16:37

Children become MPs for a day

Some 114 children from around the country have slipped into MPs' shoes for a day on Monday as the National Children's Parliament convenes a session. They have discussed children's role in the planning of the future, values and environment. They were also addressed by National Assembly Speaker Milan Brglez and PM Miro Cerar.

Society May 29, 2017, 16:27

Kemis temporarily banned from collecting new waste after fire

Environmental inspection services have temporarily banned waste processing plant Kemis from collecting new waste shipments after the facility was hit by a massive fire two weeks ago, Environment and Nature Inspection director Vladimir Kaiser confirmed on Monday.

Politics May 29, 2017, 15:53

Govt accused of failure to provide migrants with healthcare

A representative of the National Public Health Institute has accused the government of violating human rights by failing to provide asylum seekers with access to healthcare except in case of life-threatening conditions.

Society May 29, 2017, 15:45

Weather: Sunny with showers in hilly areas

Another warm and sunny day is expected in Slovenia on Tuesday with the mercury rising up to 30 degrees Celsius. Showers are expected in hilly areas in late afternoon. A weak south-westerly wind will blow.

Society May 29, 2017, 10:18

Poll: Insufficient checks, Kemis blamed for environmental disaster

Respondents in the latest public opinion poll carried by Delo on Monday blame insufficient supervision, waste processing plant Kemis and all other stakeholders for the environmental disaster in Vrhnika, where several tonnes of hazardous waste caught fire. More than 60% of respondents are concerned because of the accident.