The deadline for submitting bids is September 23, 2019. Find out more information about the public call HERE “The municipality of Klis has decided not to wait for investors to knock on our door, but we have designed an attractive project and provided even more attractive land that we will offer them for investment.” are the words of the mayor of Klis Jakov Vetma, a year ago when the first one was originally published Public Call. Related news: The hotel, in addition to the basement and garage, will have four floors with a total capacity of 93 rooms and six suites. All are located in such a way that they have an open view of the sea and the entire pool of Klis, Solin and Split. The project also envisages an indoor pool within the SPA space. In addition to the three outdoor pools, it is possible to place individual pools on the terrace of the room, if the investor so wishes. Although there were certain interests of investors, so far no one has officially responded and the public call has been repeated. The conceptual solution and 3D visualizations of the future hotel, which should spring up on a plot of 20.000 m2 with a view from Omis to Trogir and the Split archipelago, were also presented. The construction conditions were set by the development of the solution and visualization, which was unanimously accepted by the Municipal Council of the Municipality of Klis at the last session held on 30 August. The plot itself is located 400 meters from the famous Kliška fortress. NEW CATALOG OF INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES RELEASED, MOST PROJECTS FROM THE TOURISM SECTOR The Municipality of Klis has published a repeated Public Invitation for submission of bids for the purchase of real estate owned by the Municipality of Klis for the construction of a hotel with accompanying facilities for catering and tourism.
Portal TurističkePriče.hr is a new tourist lifestyle portal for the promotion of tourist destinations and Croatia as a tourist destination, which is intended for the general public (b2c). After many hours and changes, the beta version of the new lifestyle tourist portal is finally out – Tourist stories Now is the time for us all to join forces and do the most we can, and the new portal for the promotion of our tourism is another part of my contribution with the goal of making our tourism full again – Full of life. The portal will be further changed and supplemented in a month, there will be a total of 30 bloggers, a lot of new stories and inspiration for travel. As this year, as never before, the focus will be on domestic tourists and weekend trips, I invite you to send interesting tourist stories to publish them on the new portal – Tourist Stories As always, the question of how to move forward is always – the first step. The best time for a fresh start and challenge is always today. And that is why I invite all tourist boards, hotels, agencies to send their interesting tourist stories, products, contents…. on firstname.lastname@example.org – its free 🙂 In the current situation where the tourist season is in question, our tourism now needs the greatest support and help, and the meaning of the portal and the main guiding thread is the promotion of tourist destinations, content and Croatia as a tourist destination. PS Of course, I still stay on the HrTurizam.hr portal. We read and think out loud together, and I hope to see you soon
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Full Screen Metro Sport ReporterSunday 28 Jul 2019 11:17 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link414Shares More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityCabellos hails from the same town, Utera, as Reyes and confirmed he spoke with the farther of the former Arsenal star before making the decision to commit his short-term future to Unai Emery’s side.‘This is a historic club that I’ve always looked out for because of Jose Antonio Reyes, who is from the same town as me and played here,’ he told the club’s website.‘He made history at this club, winning the league title, so it’s an important step in my career for me to join Arsenal.‘I spoke to his father just before coming here and he told me not to think twice because this is a wonderful club. José had a fantastic time here.‘When I came into the training ground I saw a picture of him and it really struck me because he’s like my childhood idol.‘Being at the club where he made a name for himself is a big step forward and I hope to make this club even bigger.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Read More Skip Top articles Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More 1/1 PLAY Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Skip Ad Read More Dani Ceballos reveals phone call with Jose Antonio Reyes’ Dad convinced him to join Arsenal SPONSORED Coming Next 1 min. story by Metro Dani Ceballos has joined Arsenal on a season-long loan from Real Madrid (Picture: Getty)Dani Ceballos has revealed a phone call with the father of Arsenal Invincible Jose Antonio Reyes helped convince him to sing for the north London club.The Spain Under-21 international’s arrival on season-long loan was confirmed on Thursday and the highly-rated playmaker is in line to make his first appearance in Sunday’s Emirates Cup match against Lyon.Reyes, who tragically died aged just 35 last month in a fatal car crash, joined Arsenal from Sevilla in what was then a club-record £17million deal in January 2004.The former Spain international played a prominent part in Arsenal’s unbeaten season, won the FA Cup in 2005 and was a substitute in the 2006 Champions League final against Barcelona.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Manchester United captain Harry Maguire / About Connatix V67539 Video Settings Read More Comment Advertisement Advertisement
NewsRegional Bahamas should abandon Privy Council, says chief justice by: – October 8, 2011 Share Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Sir Michael Barnett. Image via: Bahamaspress.comNASSAU, Bahamas — Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett said on Thursday that The Bahamas should eventually abandon the Privy Council as the final court of appeal and move toward the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).While that decision would be up to the government of The Bahamas, Sir Michael said there is a “powerful argument to moving eventually toward the CCJ”.“Whether we do that now is a matter for political debate and a matter that [the government] will have to discuss and consider,” Sir Michael told the Nassau Guardian following the opening ceremony of the Caribbean Association of Judicial Officers Conference. “I have my own views and I think it’s almost a natural progression of our constitutional development that we move away from the Privy Council and I think the Caribbean Court of Justice is likely to be the alternative to the Privy Council.“I think that as a part of our constitutional development it’s almost inevitable that we move away from the Privy Council like lots of other countries, including Australia and New Zealand.”Sir Michael said while the Privy Council has been useful, the CCJ would better serve the country’s needs. “It’s a regional court but it’s also part of our development as a nation that we look to our own court for the resolution of disputes.” CCJ president Justice Dennis Byron also talked about the benefits of Caribbean nations turning to the CCJ. According to Byron, the regional appellate court has a quicker clearance rate than the Privy Council. “In the six years of its lifetime, 78 matters have been filed before the appellate jurisdiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice and 74 decisions have already been delivered,” he told conference participants. “This comes from just the three countries who have signed up for this final jurisdiction. “By comparison, the number of appeals that have gone before the Privy Council from all the remaining territories have not amounted to 50.“So just by virtue of that simple statistic we have seen that the CCJ has already improved the access of our people to justice.”Byron added that it’s even more important to ensure the quick delivery of justice as the region reports higher levels of crime.In The Bahamas, grave concerns have been raised over the crime problem. So far this year, 104 people have been murdered, up from the record 94 last year.“All of our communities are affected by the increase of crime which is a major issue affecting the stability of our region,” Byron said.“And I recall that many years ago when people were considering what were the factors that assisted in reducing crime and improving the stability, a key factor that was identified was the improvement of the justice system. It’s not just justice delivery but the delivery of civil justice.”He added, “At the hallmark of the aspirations of our people is the idea of justice is critical.”Sir Michael admitted that the Bahamian judicial system has its share of problems. “We are all sensitive to the need to give access to the court to be able to deliver the adjudication of disputes in a timely matter – [impartial] trials in a reasonable time. These are things that we struggle with and we look for ways in which we can refine and improve on what we do now,” he said.By Krystel RolleNassau Guardian Staff Reporter 19 Views no discussions
Ripley County, In. — According to Indiana law all dogs and cats three months and older must receive the rabies vaccine. The Ripley County Health Department will offer vaccination clinics on the following days:Monday, May 14 at the Milan Fire Department at 5 p.m.Tuesday, May 15 at the Cross Plains Old School Parking Lot at 5 p.m.Tuesday, May 15 at the Versailles Town Building at 6:30 p.m.Wednesday, May 16 at the Osgood Fire Department at 5 p.m.Wednesday, May 16 at the Napoleon Fire Department at 7 p.m.Thursday, May 17 at the Holton Fire Department at 5 p.m.All dogs and cats must arrive in a pet carrier. The one-year vaccine will be offered for $8. Additional vaccines will be available on request.
Former club Newell’s Old Boys have been on his trail for several weeks and on Wednesday night got their man, with a tweet welcoming the Argentinian back to a club he has had two previous spells at. A tweet from the Argentinian club read: “First of all, a fan of Newell’s…welcome @nachoscocco32!” The 29-year-old, known as ”Nacho”, arrived on Wearside in January as Poyet invested £3.2million in his services. Ultimately, it was a gamble which did not pay off as Scocco made only eight appearances and failed to find the back of the net. Newell’s Old Boys have confirmed the signing of Sunderland striker Ignacio Scocco. Press Association
–30– ARCADIA, Calif. (June 21, 2015)–Reddam Racing’s homebred sons of Square Eddie dominated Sunday’s $125,000 Santa Anita Juvenile, as the Doug O’Neill-conditioned twosome of Found Money and Mrazek ran 1-2, with Found Money proving best by 1 ¾ lengths under Corey Nakatani. Out of the General Meeting mare Chanel My Belle, Found Money covered 5 ½ furlongs in 1:04.24.“This absolutely makes me feel proud,” said J. Paul Reddam, who along with his wife, Zillah, keeps 35 broodmares in California. (Reddam Racing has won seven races at the current stand with homebred 2-year-olds–with five of them by Square Eddie). “I’m telling you, Ed Freeman did a great job preparing these 2-year-olds and that’s a big part of this. Plus, we did believe in the stallion, Square Eddie…He’s on fire right now and there are more coming that we’re excited about.”Off at 9-2 in a field of six, Found Money, who was lapped on his stablemate into and around the far turn, paid $11.80, $6.00 and $4.00. A first-out California-bred maiden special weight winner here going 4 ½ furlongs on May 15, Found Money is a perfect two for two, and with the winner’s share of $75,000, he more than doubled his earnings to $108,600.“Going into the race we thought Found Money might be pushing the pace and Mrazek would be sitting in the garden spot and maybe make a move, but lo and behold, here we are one-two down the backside,” said O’Neill. “We’ve got all kinds of options for future races. I think it’s exciting. I think they’ll both stretch out. I think they’ll (like) turf. The sky’s the limit…We’ve just got to keep them sound and there are a lot of fun things ahead.”Nakatani, who also rode Grade I stakes winner Square Eddie, was understandably pleased with Found Money’s effort.“What a tremendous horse,” he said. “We felt my horse, Found Money, was quicker than his stablemate and we got away great. There wasn’t too much heat on the inside, so he was able to be comfortable. It’s a tribute to Doug and his team because this horse is like an old pro. He made my job pretty easy.”Breaking from the rail with Mario Gutierrez, Mrazek finished 2 ¼ lengths clear of longshot Xingontothebone. Off at 7-2, Mrazek paid $5.60 and $3.60.Breaking from the far outside, Xingontothebone was caught four wide off the turn for home and proved third best under Edwin Maldonado. Off at 18-1, he finished 2 ¼ lengths clear of Swiss Minister and paid $4.40 to show.Fractions on the race were 22.18, 45.26 and 57.50.
Photo: Getty Images (Seta Tamanivalu bursts through the tackle of Lima Sopoaga to score a late try against the Highlanders in Dunedin on March 4, giving the Crusaders a 30-27 victory. With 33 minutes remaining the Crusaders had trailed by 21 points). Official records note the Crusaders beat the Brumbies in the competition’s opening weekend, but the reality is the magnificent charge that has led to them equalling the 2002 champion side’s effort of 13 straight victories began in that second round fixture in Dunedin on March 4.Time might heal some wounds but for those south of the Waitaki River, the memory of the Crusaders screaming back from a 21-point deficit to stun the Highlanders 30-27 at Forsyth Barr Stadium must sting.Now for the re-match, and potential backlash, when the Crusaders host the Highlanders in Christchurch next Saturday afternoon.”To be back home at AMI Stadium, in front of what looks like it could be a sell-out crowd, it couldn’t be better really,” Crusaders assistant coach Brad Mooar said. “We can’t wait to get into our week to prepare.”That’s not a great surprise. Because the Crusaders, having eased past the Rebels 41-19 in Melbourne last Saturday night, are getting ready to lift the dust covers off the heavy artillery for the Highlanders fixture.All Blacks Owen Franks, Joe Moody, Codie Taylor, and possibly Scott Barrett if he has recovered from knee and ankle wounds, can add their might to the tight five.It is also hoped Matt Todd will have recovered from concussion to play at openside flanker in place of Pete Samu, who injured his ankle against the Rebels.All Black Ryan Crotty, if he has overcome concussion issues, should pair-up with Jack Goodhue in the midfield.Which then leaves the question of what to do with Israel Dagg, who, in his first game back from knee surgery, had a quiet outing at AAMI Stadium.All Black Dagg, who started on the right wing against the Rebels, was unable to contribute to the razzle-dazzle provided by some of his team-mates, and it now remains to be seen whether he starts against the Highlanders.Yet Mooar said the Crusaders coaching staff were satisfied with what Dagg provided.”It went absolutely to plan,” Mooar said. “He was going to get no more than 60 minutes, so he got through that. Like a horse getting back to group one racing, it will certainly help top him off. Mentally and physically he will be a lot better for it next time.”It seems unlikely 61-test veteran Dagg, who is hoping to qualify for the 33-strong All Blacks squad to play the British and Irish Lions, will start at fullback against the Highlanders because given David Havili’s form, it wouldn’t make sense to drop a player in such terrific touch.Highlanders coach Tony Brown, who may call in All Black Lima Sopoaga to start at No 10, is unlikely to have to remind his men of the earlier loss to the Crusaders, which was shrouded in controversy.Tamanivalu scored with three minutes left as the Highlanders, reduced to 14 men because Malakai Fekitoa had been harshly yellow carded, were exposed in defence.Following that win the Crusaders unearthed their self-belief, and they are now on the cusp of winning the New Zealand conference.As the season has progressed the Crusaders have varied their attack, and the tactic of using lock and captain Sam Whitelock down the right-hand edge against the Rebels, he was especially prominent in the first half, was of immense value.”He looked great out there, like a three-quarter,” Mooar confirmed. “He is enjoying getting the legs rolling, and getting into some space.”
Chinese Amb. Zhang YueAthletes of the Liberia National Wushu Association (LNWA) are expected for the first time to demonstrate their skills at the Chinese Embassy, located at Oldest Congo Town, outside Monrovia.Chinese Ambassador Zhang Yue and staff, senior officers of the Chinese peacekeeping police – UNMIL, Youth and Sports Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe are amongst those who are expected to grace the “skill show.”The demonstration program is scheduled on Friday, August 28, at 6:00pm.The President of the LNWA, Fred Pratt, made the disclosure to the Daily Observer yesterday in an exclusive interview in Monrovia.Mr. Pratt said the delay of the “skill show” was owing to the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).He indicated that Wushu performance is intended to formally create awareness of the new Chinese martial art in the country as well as seek moral, technical and financial support from the Chinese Embassy.The Wushu boss said 20 athletes are expected to perform Wushu, and the program would last for two hoursLiberia Wushu was founded on February 11, 2011 and was accredited by the International Wushu Federation (IWF) on November 15, 2011 at its 11th Congress on October 9, 2011.Liberia’s former Taekwondo heavy fighter and champion, Master Russian Junior Pewee, is the vice president for training and chief master/chief trainer.Master Russian and Jumeil Smith underwent a 6-month training in Chinese Shaolin Martial Arts (Wushu) in Zhengzhou, Henan, China from June 13 to December 13, 2012.In 2013, Master Russian recruited over 70 students to practice the art and presently, according to reports, about 35 students have acquired black belt in Wushu.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)