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Joint venture opportunity for the construction of apartments in Podutik

12. 04. 2018
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DUTB is presenting yet another opportunity for real estate construction in Slovenia - a joint venture on a project.

Glince building lot at an outstanding and commercially interesting location

12. 04. 2018
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Not far away from the urban pulse of the lively Slovenian capital, the Glince building lot is nested in a peaceful green area close to schools, kindergartens, health care, and cultural institutions of the well-developed Ljubljana suburbia.

Slovenia represents a green “escape” in the heart of Europe

12. 04. 2018
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What a difference a decade makes! At Slovenia Estates we've jumped into 2018 with renewed and reinforced excitement and enthusiasm on the back of our most successful year since 2007.

Slovenia's price levels in tune with EU average

22. 06. 2016
Slovenia's price levels in tune with EU average
The prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages in Slovenia last year were in tune with the EU average, while prices for tobacco products were considerably lower than in most EU member states, the Eurostat statistics office reported last week.

What would Brexit mean for foreign workers and Britons in the EU?

22. 06. 2016
What would Brexit mean for foreign workers and Britons in the EU?
While Europe as a whole would be affected by a British withdrawal from the European Union, the future for more than five million people will be even more directly impacted by the referendum result.

Kopitar honoured to become Kings' new captain

21. 06. 2016
Kopitar honoured to become Kings
Slovenian ice hockey superstar Anže Kopitar, who has become a new captain of his Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League (NHL), said he has been exceptionally honoured with the title, adding that it also means great responsibility.

Meet Rome’s first female mayor

21. 06. 2016
Meet Rome’s first female mayor
The first female mayor in Rome’s 2700 year history has told Euronews that her two main priorities are tackling debt and public spending.

Pahor decorates four alpine climbers

21. 06. 2016
Pahor decorates four alpine climbers
President Borut Pahor decorated with state orders on Monday top alpine climbers Marko Prezelj and Tomo Česen as well as mountaineering officials Andrej Brvar and Bojan Pollak for their contribution to Slovenia's mountaineering.

Slovenian poet gets Wislawa Szymborska award

15. 06. 2016
Slovenian poet gets Wislawa Szymborska award
Slovenian poet Uroš Zupan has won the Polish Wislawa Szymborska literary prize for a collection of poems dubbed Slow Sailing. According to a report by the daily Večer, the award was conferred on Zupan in Krakow on Saturday.

Cyberspace is officially a war zone – NATO

15. 06. 2016
Cyberspace is officially a war zone – NATO
Cyberspace is the new front in global war – according to NATO.