Vipavska is a free newspaper published in the Vipava region in 10.000 copies.
It was created with two purposes: to expand the space of media freedom and to spread the ideas of a free market economy. The first issue was published on May 9, 2018, and 11 issues were published in two years. In December 2019, a historical and genealogical supplement came to life in Vipava Slovenian family on 16 pages. Vipavska cooperates with the Iskreni.net and Domovina.je portals. The newspaper was first distributed to all households in the municipalities of Ajdovščina and Vipava, and from the 10th issue to the municipalities of Komen. The goal is to reach the entire Vipava Valley.
At the time of its creation, the newspaper collaborated with the freelancers Bojan Oblak Primorski odmevi and Snežnik, which were published in Slovenian Istria and Brkini in a total circulation of 40.000 copies.
Its founder and editor is Tino Mamić, who is convinced that positive stories from the present and history have the effect of raising self-confidence and pride. He wrote about the editorial orientation of the newspaper: “The Vipava Valley has always been on the brink. The Vipava people therefore always stood firm. In all whirlwinds. Military and political. When we were most squeezed, economically extorted, and even deprived of the right to speak our mother tongue, we rebelled. We are proud of that. That is why we are Primorski. We set up a newspaper so that, despite the media's unanimity, the voice of the people could be heard. The voice of people who swear by common sense and democracy. The voice of entrepreneurs who want a free market economy. The voice of people who agree neither to political nor to economic corruption. Voice for a free Vipava region. "
On February 20, 2019, another portal was opened Vipavska.eu. First, the web address was Vipavska.info, but due to the intrusion into the portal, it moved to the address www.vipavska.eu. In May 2020, a blog joined the portal Mwoja Besejda Tina Mamića, historical-genealogical section Slovenian family so she became independent (www.slovenski-rod.eu).