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25th anniversary of Slovenian National Day at Parliament House NSW

On Wednesday 22nd June, we were invited by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Canberra and Honorary consul for NSW to attend the 25th anniv..

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Zastave Republike Slovenije, Avstralije in Evropske Unije v Klubu Triglav v Sydneyu

25 years of Slovenian independence:highlights from 2EA Sydney and 3EA Melbourne June 1991

25 years ago, when Slovenia declared independence, our esteemed Slovenian radio broadcasters on 2EA in Sydney and 3EA in Melbourne went above and beyond their 'call of duty' in reporting the events unfolding in the homeland, particularly during the war for Slovenian independence.

The broadcasters on these recordings were Ivo and Helena Leber on 3EA in Melbourne and Mariza Ličan and Peter Krope on 2EA in Sydney.

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Volitve 2016: Kdo bo naslednji prermier,  Malcolm Turnbull ali Bill Shorten?

2016 Election: Australian Slovenians on the issues concerning them.

SBS spoke to a number of Australian Slovenians about the issues that most concern them as we head to the polls on Saturday, July 2nd.

 

We'll find out then if Malcolm Turnbull will still be Australia's Prime Minister, or if Bill Shorten is to become our next Prime Minister as Australia votes in 2016!

  • Uploaded17 Jun 2016

  • Duration14 Minutes

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Avstralska, slovenska in evropska zastava v recepciji Kluba Triglav v Sydneyu.

2015 Slovenian Of The Year Awards at Triglav Club in Sydney.

The 2015 Slovenian Of The Year Awards in NSW was held at Triglav Club at St John's Park in Sydney on Sunday, June 12th this year. The event also marked the 25th anniversary of Slovenia's independence as well as the club's 45th anniversary.

 

This year's award recipients were-

 

Marija Ritlop and her late husband, Mirko Ritlop who recieved a lifetime award for their work within the Slovenian Community.

 

Danica Šajn and Danica Grželj were both awarded for their contribution to education.

 

Marija Rudolf was awarded for her services to the Slovenian Community in Wollongong and elsewhere.

 

Anton Konda and his late wife Ana Konda were presented with a lifetime award for their work within the Slovenian Community.

 

Walter Å uber was awarded for his contribution in promoting Slovenian culture within the wider community.

 

Hilda Å irec was awarded for her outstanding contribution to the wider Australian Community as a person of Slovenian background.

 

Entertainment during the oficial program was provided by the Southern Stars (Južne Zvezde) Choir and Rudi Črnčec and Lenti Lenko played their button accordions and sang some some popular Slovenian songs, much to the delight of an appreciative audience!

 

The Southern Stars Choir also sang the Australian and Slovenian National Anthems at the start of the official program, that was attended by a number of special guests and dignitaries including the Slovenian Ambassador in Australia, Mrs Helena Drnovšek-Zorko.

 

Congratulations to the organisers of the event, including the sub-committee headed by Branko Fabjančič, Perina Brown (Slovenian) and Stefanie Fabjenčič (English), who were the hosts for the official program and all those who received awards. The afternoon finished with entertainment provided by the band Alpski Odmevi.

 

 

 

 

 

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Zastava Republike Slovenije na Snežniku.

Let’s proudly celebrate the 25th anniversary of Slovenian Independence!

Stan Prosenak from Melbourne and Alfred Brežnik AM from Sydney were both actively involved in the movement for Slovenian independence and international recognition in Australia during those historic times going back 25 years. They both believe that Australian Slovenians should be extremely proud for everything they did to support Slovenias battle for independence and international recognition. Australia was the first country outside of Europe to recognise Slovenias independence in January 1992.

Mr Brežnik was also the Consul General of the Republic of Slovenia in Sydney for 22 years.

 

  • Uploaded10 Jun 2016

  • Duration23 Minutes

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