TV News at 23:00 CET
Croatian Radio Television's English language news broadcasts providing information on news from Croatia and abroad, culture, sports and weather. Shows are broadcast at 23:00 with a host in the studio.
The future of Uljanik still in doubt. Austrian president on two-day visit to Croatia. Interior minister receives funds for high-tech radio equipment.
Police begin looking into alleged irregularities in Uljanik Group. Labour minister presents employment program to business leaders in Split. Marin Čilić through to the quarterfinals of the US Open.
Health minister comes under fire from opposition. Unions at Uljanik to go on strike. Dinamo heads to Switzerland for Wednesday's Champions League qualification game.
HDZ's coalition partners concerned over pension reform plan. Norway pledges 100M euros to finance development in Croatia. American autor and composer Dan Brown recording with the Zagreb Philharmonic.
Council on Demographic Revitalization in session. Croatian Chamber of Economy celebrates five years of EU membership. Croatia playing Russia in World Cup quarterfinals.
Top state officials commemorate fifth anniversary of Croatia's EU membership. Defense minister presents Croatia's defense industry in Israel. Croatia advances to the quarterfinals of the World Cup.
Of all EU member states only Austria still requires work permits for Croatian nationals. EC's representative in Zagreb says he believes Croatia will handle its presidency of the Council of the European Union admirably. Croatia and Denmark prepare for their World Cup final 16 showdown tomorrow.
EU leaders reach compromise on migration. Prime Minister Plenković meets with Slovenian counterpart on fringes of Brussels summit. British suspect in Zrće beach murder questioned by prosecutors.
Prime Minister in Luxembourg ahead of European Council meeting. US Ambassador says Croatia must consider Agrokor's future. British national killed in nightclub scuffle on Pag.
Prime Minister presents Croatia's priorities during its presidency of the Council of Europe to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg on Tuesday. President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović says Croatia has still not taken full advantage of its EU membership. Turmoil in largest opposition party, the SDP, continues as faction initiates petition to have party chairman Davor Bernardić step down. MOST accuses government of not wanting to implement protected ecological zone in the Adriatic.