The hope of thousands of refugees and migrants of reaching western and northern Europe have been dashed yet again following Slovenia’s decision to
Archeologists have recovered the second half of a 2,000-year-old dugout canoe from the Ljubljanica River in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana. The
The Slovenian fans certainly got their moneys worth on Friday as the ski jumping season heads towards a thrilling climax. Peter Prevc won the
The Quadrofoil is an electric personal watercraft that delivers emission-free thrills for boating enthusiasts, according to its makers. The
It was a day of titles on the slopes of Kransja Gora. Alexis Pinterault claimed his second win of the season in the Men’s Giant Slalom after his
Residents of the small town of Trzic, in northern Slovenia, honour a quaint tradition of placing handmade wooden and cardboard model houses lit by
The Slovenian Parliament has adopted by 51 to 28 votes a new law that authorises same-sex weddings
Welcome to Gravity, our weekly magazine dedicated to Alpine skiing. We begin our round-up with a look at action from the women’s World Cup
Austria’s Anna Fenninger picked up her second Alpine Skiing World Cup giant slalom win of the season with victory in Maribor on Saturday. The
A sleepy Slovenian town briefly turned into a winter wonderland on Saturday (January 31) as Slovenians competed to build snow castles and sculptures
One person has died after more than 50 vehicle were involved in a motorway pile-up on the Slovenian highway between Ljubljana and Koper. The incident
Slovenian workers, who work in neighbouring countries, have been protesting against the double taxation of their income. Around three-thousand people
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
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
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
Breathing new life into the old, regenerating scrap and leading and teaching people to look at new ways of using waste.
Those are some of the ideas
Slovenia’s population is aging, and aging fast.
Last year the country’s voting population rejected a bill to raise the retirement age, dealing a