Delo is a Slovenian national daily newspaper. Delo has been actively involved in the co-creation of Slovenian public space for over 60 years. It covers Slovene politics, economy, sports, culture, and social events.
Vecer is a daily newspaper produced in Maribor, Slovenia. Veer was founded on May 9, 1945, as a periodical declaring Maribor's liberation called Maribor svoboden (English: Maribor Free). Vestnik began regular circulation on May 25, 1945. But it wasn't until 1949 that it became a daily newspaper. In 1952, the publication was renamed Vecer.
Primorske novice is a regional daily newspaper published in Koper, Slovenia. Primorske novice was establied in 1963 as result of the merger of weekly paper Nova Gorica (founded in 1947) with another weekly named Slovenski Jadran (meaning "The Slovene Adriatic" in English; founded in 1950).
Zurnal24 appeared in a Slovenian online newspaper. It was a free-press, highly circulated daily newspaper published in Ljubljana, Slovenia, until 2014. It was Slovenia's youngest daily newspaper, having been created in 2007 by Styria Medien AG, an Austrian media business.
The Finance Business Daily is Slovenia's only daily business and financial newspaper. Iztok Jurani had introduced the idea of publishing it before Slovenia proclaimed independence in 1991. However, it was not recognized until 1992. The newspaper was first published by the firm Gospodarski Vestnik.