The prime minister of Slovenia has formally resigned. Alenka Bratusek lost the leadership of her party ten days ago after a vote among
Slovenia’s Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek has said she will step down on Monday, May 5, after losing a contest for leadership of ruling party
Local favourite Peter Prevc gave the Slovenian crowd something to cheer about when he won the season’s final World Cup ski jump event in Planica on
Kamil Stoch won the overall ski jumping World Cup for the first time in his career.
The Pole secured his first title on the large jump at Planica
The EU has come to the aid of stricken member nation Slovenia whose power supply is in pieces amid snow storms and severe cold weather.
With one in
Sweden’s Frida Hansdotter held her nerve to clinch a World Cup race in heavy snow in Slovenia on Sunday, her maiden win after eight second place
Tina Maze performed her trademark cartwheel after finally taking her first victory of the season in the prestigious Cortina ladies downhill.
An external audit of Slovenia’s ailing banks shows they need 4.8 billion euros to plug the holes in their balance sheets.
The central bank said the
Slovenia’s anti-corruption commission has resigned, alleging a lack of political support.
Its vice-president Rok Praprotnik said proposed changes
Slovenia’s coalition government has won an important confidence vote after a 19-hour debate in parliament on Friday over its efforts to avert an
Slovenia’s coalition government won a confidence vote in parliament on Friday, shoring up political backing for the euro zone member’s bid to avert
France will get another crack at winning their first major basketball title on Sunday when they take on Lithuania in the final of the European
Former European champions Lithuania reached their first Euro Basket final since winning the 2003 tournament after thumping Croatia 77-62 in Slovenia
In Slovenia, there have been controversial celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Domobranci, the country’s Home Guard during WWII.
There has been an anthrax alert at City Hall in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana after a suspect package was discovered on Tuesday.
Inside was an
France basketball lynchpin Tony Parker has spoken to euronews ahead of next month’s European Championships in Slovenia.
Spain will be defending its
Complete interview with one of the Slovenian citizen’s rights movement leaders, Sanjin Jasar from Maribor.
One in four new businesses in Europe is what is known as a social entreprise. They provide opportunities for the most destitute and vulnerable in
It was not unexpected – late on Friday the Fitch ratings agency downgraded Slovenia’s long-term foreign currency rating to BBB + from A minus.
Resistance Day in Slovenia usually marks the country’s proud history of resisting invaders but this year, it doubled as a space for many to vent
Slovenia has decided to bite the bullet to avoid a bailout as its budget deficit soars this year to 7.8 percent and it struggles to pay its
Slovenia’s prime minister has said her country will not need an international bailout to avoid going bankrupt.
Alenka Bratusek made the statement
Slovenia, which is trying to avoid becoming the eurozone’s next bailout victim, may have “significantly” misread the cost of fixing its troubled
Local favourite Jurij Tepes completed an outstanding personal final ski jumping World Cup round by clinching the last event of the season in Planica
Austria’s Gregor Schlierenzauer kept his composure to clinch the 50th individual win of his career in the penultimate event of the season in Planica