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13:40, 02.10.2014
Politics

Unions Defiant as Govt Faces First Serious Fiscal Test

Ljubljana, 2 October (STA) - Trade unions are shaping up for tough talks with the government over public sector pay. The government needs to shave about EUR 80m off the wage bill for 2015 compared to this year, but the unions made it clear Thursday they were unwilling to even talk about anything but the extension of existing measures.

12:26, 02.10.2014
Business and Economy

GZS Boss Sees Plenty of Opportunities in the Mediterranean

Naples, 2 October (STA) - Slovenian small business needs to expand to foreign markets, and both the north and south Mediterranean represent a great opportunity as these markets are close to Slovenia but not sufficiently explored and exploited, the head of the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) has assessed.

11:49, 02.10.2014
Business and Economy

Business Rep Warns Growth Not a Certainty

Ljubljana, 2 October (STA) - One of Slovenia's most respected business officials has warned that economic growth in the country should not be viewed as a certainty. Former McKinsey & Company boss Peter Kraljič also told a purchasing managers meeting that the eurozone crisis was not over yet.

Struggling Maribor with 17 Mayoral Candidates, Including Ousted Ex Mayor
07:00, 02.10.2014
Politics

Struggling Maribor with 17 Mayoral Candidates, Including Ousted Ex Mayor

Maribor, 2 October (STA) - Maribor, Slovenia's second most populous municipality and among those hit hardest by deindustrialisation following independence, has also had a turbulent political history. The upcoming local elections could bring another interesting chapter, featuring among others the ex-mayor who was swept out of office by violent protests.

Tipped to Win, But Janković Can Only Lose
07:00, 02.10.2014
Politics

Tipped to Win, But Janković Can Only Lose

Ljubljana, 2 October (STA) - Incumbent Zoran Janković may well be considered the favourite to win the mayoral vote in Ljubljana this Sunday, but the stakes are high as he stands to lose his grip on the city council and his closest rival is eyeing a run-off following a last-minute endorsement.

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14:12 PO   Govt Makes Fresh Round of Appointments
13:45 PO   Protest as Journalist Prosecuted over Baričevič Case Leak
13:40 PO   Unions Defiant as Govt Faces First Serious Fiscal Test
13:29 HE   Govt Donates to Global Efforts to Contain Ebola
12:26 BE   GZS Boss Sees Plenty of Opportunities in the Mediterranean
11:49 BE   Business Rep Warns Growth Not a Certainty
11:48 PO   Anti-Graft Boss Faces Recusal Over Criticism of Bratušek
11:21 AC picture Möderndorfer's Coming-of-Age Novel Wins Večernica Prize
11:01 PO   Anti-Graft Body Urges Transparency in Staffing at State Companies
09:53 PO picture Jurists Give Parliament All Clear to Revoke Janša's MP Status
08:19 PO   Večer: Patria Trial Uniquely Slovenian Phenomenon
07:57 PO   Daily Headlines - Thursday, 2 October
07:00 PO picture Struggling Maribor with 17 Mayoral Candidates, Including Ousted Ex Mayor (feature)
07:00 PO picture Tipped to Win, But Janković Can Only Lose (feature)
06:30 AS   Weather: Cloudy Morning, Clearer Afternoon
01:00 BE   Dnevnik Calls on Minister to Fix Road Infrastructure
01:00 PO   Delo Wonders What is Going on With Cerar and His Party
01:00 BE   Delo Feels Miracle Needed to Bring Deficit Below EU-Demanded Threshold
00:30 AC picture City of Women Festival Starts
00:30 PO picture Parliamentary Speaker Starts Hungary Visit
00:30 PO picture Govt Expected to Take on Austerity Talks with Unions
00:15 SE   Schedule of Events for Thursday, 2 October
00:05 AD   News from Slovenia

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