Ted Ligety won his fifth giant slalom (GS) of the season on Saturday, March 9, in Kranjska Gora Slovenia.
In doing so he clinched the World Cup
Slovenia has dismissed its conservative-led government and appointed an anti-austerity financial expert as its first female prime minister.
Slovenia looks set to name an anti-austerity financial expert as its first female prime minister. The Alpine country is struggling to avoid a bailout
With the Slovenian government close to collapsing, around 20,000 protesters have marched through the capital Ljubljana calling for a new
Artists in Slovenia are holding a two-day Protestival. Armed with verse, they are protesting against government cuts in the cultural sector and what
We have all heard about castles in the air, but in the region of Carinthia in Slovenia they are more interested in castles in the snow. The goal of
Local favourite Tina Maze kept her composure to clinch a World Cup slalom in Slovenia on Sunday.
The 29 year old, who lost Saturday’s giant slalom
America’s Lindsey Vonn produced a superb display to clinch a women’s Alpine ski World Cup giant slalom in Slovenia on Saturday.
The 28 year old
Ten thousand people have taken to the streets of Ljubljana demanding Slovenia’s prime minister and opposition leader resign due to
Slovenia’s Tina Maze is looking more and more unbeatable in giant slalom this season and will undoubtedly be bidding to stretch her lead atop the
In Slovenia, the outgoing president Danilo Tuerk has handed over power.
The social democrat former prime minister Borut Pahor won earlier this
Anti-austerity protests that have become familiar scenes in many parts of Europe have erupted again on the streets of Slovenia.
Former prime minster Borut Pahor has been elected as the new president of Slovenia.
The opposition Social Democrat takes the largely ceremonial
Slovenia has elected former centre-left prime minister Borut Pahor to the largely ceremonial post of president in a run-off for the job.
Slovenians are voting in a presidential run-off today, aware that the era of being the eurozone’s fastest growing economy is now a distant
Thousands of protesters gathered in the Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana on Friday to rally against government budget cuts ahead of the country’s
The former Prime Minister of Slovenia has caused a surprise by coming first in his country’s presidential election. Nonetheless, Borut Pahor will
People in Slovenia are going to the polls to vote for a new president, amid the gloom of recession in the small eurozone country.
The campaign for
The Serbian born mayor of Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana, Zoran Jankovic, is being questioned as part of a major investigation into corruption.
A hot air balloon has crashed in Slovenia, killing four people and injuring more than 20 others. Reports in the country’s media say eight remain
A man, thought to have been living in a forest on the Austria-Slovenia border for several months, has been arrested by police.
Slovenian Eva Boto is just 16, the youngest contestant in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Still at school in a small town in the north of
In Slovenia some 80,000 teachers, doctors, police officers and other public servants halted work over planned pay cuts which are intended to rein in
Another day, another protest in the eurozone as 80,000 public sector workers down tools in Slovenia in protest against stinging wage cuts.
About 80,000 public sector workers in Slovenia walked off the job on Wednesday as parliament was due to begin debating plans for deep public sector
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