news ads



scattered clouds
23.5 ° C
26.1 °
21.5 °
61 %
40 %
29 °
30 °
30 °
31 °
30 °

latest news

Slovenian prisons lack 15% of prison officers

Ljubljana - Prisons lack more than 100 prison officers to meet the security standards, a problem exacerbated by low pay and low interest in...

Over 15% state-owned stake in Cetis up for sale

Celje - Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) is seeking binding bids for a 15.4% stake in Cetis, a Celje-based company specialised in printing secure documents...

Hikers warned against using navigation in mountains

Ljubljana - The Kranj Police Department has called on those heading to the mountains to use marked trails and official maps rather than resorting...

Govt officials express condolences over shooting in Montenegro

Ljubljana - Slovenian PM Robert Golob has strongly condemned the shooting spree in Montenegro which killed eleven people in Cetinje on Friday. He took...

Slovenian PEN condemns attack on Salman Rushdie

Ljubljana - The Slovenian PEN Centre has joined writers, celebrities and politicians in the West in condeming yesterday's attack on award-winning author Salman Rushdie...

Paper rebukes NIJZ over wait times in healthcare

Koper - In Saturday's commentary headlined Patients Not the Only Ones to Be Blamed for Waiting Times, the newspaper Primorske Novice says that the...

Slovenia Times Exclusive content

Are leaders “playing God”?

By Dr Pierre Casse, IEDC Professor and Elnura Irmatova, IEDC Research Assistan“I sometimes think that God in creating man somewhat overestimated his ability”Oscar WildeBackgroundGod...

Are you a lucky leader?

By Dr Pierre Casse, IEDC Professor and Elnura Irmatova, IEDC Research Assistan“Diligence is the mother of good luck”Benjamin FranklinHave you noticed that...

The unlearning organization

By Dr Pierre Casse, IEDC Professor and Elnura Irmatova, IEDC Research AssistantSingularity?Most of the leaders who are concerned about the singularity time (many unexpected...

Interview with Boris Gerjovič, M.A., MBA

“Elementum Industry Solutions (EIS) sees the difficulties of raw material procurement differently and offers better solutions which are definitely more.”Since 2021, we are witnessing...

the slovenia times spotlight

Both advocates and opponents of new water law invoke protection of...

Ljubljana - Advocates and opponents of the changes to the waters act, to be put to a referendum vote on Sunday, stressed the need...

MPs pass stimulus package for tourism

Ljubljana - The National Assembly passed on Wednesday an emergency bill worth EUR 243.5 million to help the embattled tourism sector. The short-time work...

Traffic steadily picking up at Ljubljana Airport

Brnik - The Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport has seen traffic tick up at the start of the summer tourism season. Scheduled flights to eleven...

Easing of restrictions likely on hold as fears mount over delta-driven...

Ljubljana - Health Minister Janez Poklukar indicated on Tuesday Slovenia would put any further easing of restrictions on hold over concerns that the delta...

popular news

Slovenia’s Stance on Cryptocurrency and Digital Euro

Today, Slovenia is well-recognized, particularly in Europe as a haven for innovations, technological advancements, and...

Cryptocurrency Tax in Slovenia

When amateur investors start trading with cryptocurrencies and making profits turns into a business, tax...

The Blockchain Industry in Slovenia

Slovenia, though small, is one of the fastest-growing countries in Europe, particularly in the business...

Slovenia Supported Proposal To Regulate Crypto-Asset Market

On 24 September 2020, the European Commission adopted a Digital Finance Package, which includes a...

Enter your email

We, The Slovenia Times journal, value truth in journalism. We struggle for transparancy and putting...

Daily newspaper Finance upset with public sector pay deal

Ljubljana -In the past three years, government negotiations with the public sector dragged into December and although the ministers said there was no money...





Welcome to The Slovenia Times, the leading Slovenian news portal in English!

At The Slovenia Times, we value truth in journalism. We strive for transparency and invest time and effort to ensure independence whilst also providing the majority of articles available to our readers.
We would appreciate your support of our efforts and for full access to the latest news or special offers, please leave your email address and/or subscribe/donate.
Thank you and please continue to enjoy The Slovenia Times.