Once the fastest growing euro zone member, Slovenia is struggling badly with the impact of the crisis as it goes to the polls.
The small Alpine
In Slovenia, former Prime Minister, Janez Jansa is set to lead his centre right party back to power. Polls ahead of Sunday’s snap election put the
From laboratories in Ljubljana, Slovenia comes fresh hope for cancer suffers. A team of researches, from Slovenia, Russia, Germany and the USA have
Slovenian voters have lifted a major obstacle to Croatia’s hopes of European Union membership.
They have voted to approve an international
Slovenians vote in a referendum on a border deal with Croatia today which could affect their southern neighbour’s potential
Thousands of Slovenian students are protesting a new bill that would limit their work and income during their studies.
One of Slovenia’s most promising young contemporary filmmakers, Spela Cadez, works on puppet animations, using the traditional stop motion technique
Slovenia’s Interior Minister Katarina Kresal has pushed through an amendment to a law to end the 18-year saga of the country’s so-called “erased”
People spending a sunny winter day building houses of snow on the Areh plateau in
the Pohorje mountain range in Slovenia; eight teams from around
Three Slovenian artists are transforming other peoples rubbish into art. The resourceful women share a concern for the environment and are constantly
Painter Emerik Bernard may not be especially well-known but the 1937-born artist is considered one of Slovenia’s leading Modernists. For a number of
Thousands of Slovenians have taken to the streets of the capital to demand a higher minimum wage and the scrapping of plans to raise the retirement
Slovenian guitarist Anze Palka has developed a style all of his own – a mix of Spanish flamenco and classical guitar.
He says: “The most
Milan Eric lives and works in Maribor in Slovenia. He is an artist and an animator, but prefers to call himself a draughtsman. He admits that he
Croatia has accepted an EU proposal to use international arbitration to settle a border dispute with Slovenia.
But Ljubljana says it is unhappy
Europe’s gambling capital lies in Slovenia, just over the border from Italy. Five years after Ljubljana joined the EU, Nova Gorica, the town built
STOP or to give the percussion group its full name Slovenski Tolkalni Projekt is celebrating its 10th birthday.
Slovenian Marko Hatlak is revolutionary in the way he plays the accordion. Also a percussion player, and a singer, he can skip from tango to
Slovenia’s centre-left opposition looks set for a narrow victory after Sunday’s parliamentary election.
With more than 99 percent of ballots
Jakov Brdar is one of Slovenia’s leading sculptors. While his monumental creations are part of Ljubliana’s urban landscape, he has now turned his
Slovenia has shut down its only nuclear plant after a water leak but said there has been no impact on the environment. Officials from Slovenia and
Alja Novak is Slovenia is best known shoe designer. She creates her art footwear under the brand “A. Viryent”, a name which goes back to her great
Prime minister of Slovenia, Janez Jansa has been heading the EU presidency since January. His government has successfully adopted the Euro, being the