Croatian Football Club Rijeka and Uniline, the leading Croatian tour operator, today in the business premises of HNK Rijeka in Rujevica solemnly signed a business cooperation agreement.Thus Uniline, with its main business headquarters in Pula, office in Zagreb and branches throughout Croatia, offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, China and South Korea, becomes a strategic business partner and official travel agency of HNK Rijeka, which will be in charge of organizing club trips and accommodation on domestic and European tours for players and fans.Synergistic effect for both parties”I am proud to announce that we have agreed on our mutual wishes and we hope that tying our brands will have a synergistic effect for both organizations. The first visible effects will be in the integrated organizations of our travels, and we believe that future cooperation and partnership will deepen to other levels. I am also convinced that the fans of Rijeka will benefit from everything, and above all the current and future users of the tourist services of the travel company Uniline, ”Said Damir Mišković, President of the Croatian National Theater in Rijeka.Through business cooperation with HNK Rijeka, the tourist company Uniline continues with the development of the sports tourism segment, and further activities will be focused on strengthening and developing it in the Republic of Croatia in order to provide quality support to the players and the entire NK Rijeka team. With this, Uniline, together with HNK Rijeka, is taking a step further in promoting Croatia as a sports and tourist destination within the Sports Destination Croatia project.”The agreement reached represents more than the usual cooperation agreement. By cooperating with HNK Rijeka, as a proven football brand not only in the domestic, but increasingly in Europe, we are entering the world of football as a planetarily popular sport, and we are extremely honored to sail these waters with one of our most successful football clubs. I am convinced that with this partnership we will achieve the set common goals both at the sports and at the level of goals related to the tourist year as a whole, and not just the tourist season. ”, emphasized Boris Žgomba, President of the Management Board of Uniline.
The company CROATIA BUS doo was founded on November 23, 1990, and operates within the Globtour Medjugorje Group and has a fleet of over 100 Volvo buses. In addition to the market in Croatia, this cooperation will have a positive impact on the CEE South region by achieving better connections with destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. By partnering with Croatia Bus, which has many years of experience in passenger transport not only in Croatia but also in countries such as BiH, Serbia, Austria and Germany, we have made a significant step in better positioning of bus transport in Croatia and the region and Europe, said is Ante Grbeša, director of FlixBus CEE South region and added: “Only by constantly developing our existing model and improving it with new collaborations, we can preserve stability and offer effective solutions to the challenges ahead. This cooperation, along with the technological basis of FlixBus, introduced new destinations in the FlixBus network of lines, and with a strong increase in the number of departures, we have provided our passengers with more choice and easy travel planning in accordance with the needs of the modern traveler. Here, I especially emphasize the connection of the extreme south of Croatia with Vienna, which is excellently networked with other high-frequency FlixBus hubs in Europe, and with the improvement of the epidemiological situation, we look forward to directly connecting Zagreb with Sarajevo and Banja Luka. With the latest merger of FlixBus and Croatia Bus, passengers will benefit from a better fleet, raising quality standards, but also the introduction of new destinations that have not been available to passengers in the FlixBus network. In addition to Zagreb, this is especially true for the cities of southern Dalmatia, such as Split and Dubrovnik, which become more easily accessible with more frequent connections. Photo: Flixbus FlixBus and Croatia Bus started cooperation FlixBus as one of the largest European bus carriers has announced cooperation with the new regional partner Croatia Bus, a company that has been present on the Croatian bus scene for almost 30 years. Special mention should be made of the city of Dubrovnik, which connects directly with the rest of Europe with a large number of departures, and Vienna is already, thanks to the partnership, connected by green buses several times a day with Zagreb directly, and thus with many destinations. this part of Europe. “With its presence on the passenger bus transport market, Croatia Bus has been enjoying the reputation of a company with one of the most extensive bus networks in Europe for decades, which aims to improve the quality and modernize its bus lines. That is why this partnership, together with FlixBus, makes us the strongest bus network in Europe. Both Croatia Bus and FlixBus, as well as our passengers, benefit from this cooperation – our company, in addition to the existing lines connecting the Region and Europe, gets digital improvement and improvement of the quality of its lines and new points of sale, while FlixBus in partnership with us to its passengers can offer new destinations that were not available to them before this partnership. As a Croatian bus giant in partnership with FlixBus through digital improvement, improving the quality of the fleet, we can guarantee our passengers safety, comfort and trust. ” – said Marta Zelenika, director of Croatia Bus. Photo: Croatia Bus Croatian carriers have recognized the future and sustainability of the FlixBus business model, and trust, the ability to adapt and the desire to invest is one of the key factors in the further development of FlixBus’ business in Croatia. As the FlixBus business model is based on cooperation with regional bus partners with additional digital improvement and quality of travel, further cooperation with partners is a logical continuation of the previous successful business.
Aveo Group is well underway with construction of its $224 million six-stage redevelopment in Carindale – the largest retirement development in southeast Brisbane.The largest retirement development in southeast Brisbane is well underway, with Aveo Group’s $224 million six-stage redevelopment in Carindale.The existing Aveo Carindale retirement community located opposite Westfield Carindale was established in 1985 and will be redeveloped over six stages to deliver 432 independent living units and a 115-bed high-care facility to support Australia’s ageing population.The $45 million first stage will comprise one, two and three-bedroom independent living apartments in two multi-storey contemporary apartment buildings, and will include consulting rooms to accommodate a GP, allied health and care professionals.Other recreational and dining amenities available in the first stage include a restaurant, bar, gymnasium, outdoor swimming pool, movie theatre, library, games room, activity room and a beauty salon. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoAveo Group is well underway with construction of its $224 million six-stage redevelopment in Carindale – the largest retirement development in southeast Brisbane.Aveo CEO Geoff Grady said the Carindale redevelopment was an important step in meeting the changing needs of existing residents and tomorrow’s retirees.“When data suggests that 13.7 per cent of the projected population for Carindale in 2021 will be over the age of 65, redevelopments like Aveo Carindale are crucial to enable retirees to stay in their local area and in contact with their community social groups,” Mr Grady said.“This community was constructed more than 30 years ago, so we’re looking forward to delivering a stylish and modern Aveo Carindale that will cater to the tastes and needs of our new residents and the next generation of seniors.“Aveo Carindale sits on almost 3ha of land only 16km south of Brisbane’s CBD, which makes it the largest retirement development in the southeastern suburbs catchment area – being in such a desirable location, we’re not surprised that locals gravitate to the area and want to stay there for life.”The first stage of the Aveo Carindale redevelopment is anticipated for completion in mid-2019, with the final stage due to be completed by 2028.For more information on Aveo Carindale and to register for VIP events, visit aveo.com.au/carindale or call 13 28 36.
Food & DiningLifestyle Frozen Raspberry Mousse. by: – July 18, 2011 39 Views no discussions Frozen Raspberry MoussePamper your guests with this pretty, elegant dessert–no one will ever guess that it easily conforms to any healthy weight-loss regime.A fluffy meringue creates a sublime texture, while just a little real whipped cream delivers velvety richness. Straining the raspberries is a labor of love (consider delegating this task), but all the work is done well ahead and the results are absolutely worth the effort, guaranteed.Recipe Nutrition:Per serving: 185 calories; 4 g fat (2 g saturated fat, 1 g mono unsaturated fat); 11 mg cholesterol; 37 g carbohydrates; 4 g protein; 8 g fiber; 33 mg sodium; 229 mg potassium Nutrition Bonus: Vitamin C (45% daily value), Fiber (24% dv).Ingredients:6 cups fresh raspberries or two 12-ounce packages unsweetened frozen raspberries, thawed1/4 cup confectionersâ€™ sugar or Splenda Granular (see Ingredient note)2 tablespoons orange juice1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin8 teaspoons dried egg whites (see Ingredient notes), reconstituted in 1/2 cup warm water according to package directions (equivalent to 4 egg whites)2/3 cup sugar1/3 cup whipping cream2 cups fresh raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and/or strawberries for garnishMint sprigs for garnish Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share Directions:Place a small mixing bowl in the freezer to chill for Step 5.Puree raspberries in a food processor until smooth. Pass through a fine sieve set over a large bowl; discard seeds. Measure out 1 cup raspberry puree, whisk in confectioners’ sugar (or Splenda), cover and set aside in the refrigerator for sauce.Place orange juice in a small saucepan. Sprinkle in gelatin. Let soften for 1 minute. Place over low heat and stir until the gelatin has completely dissolved. Let stand for 5 minutes.Meanwhile, beat reconstituted egg whites in a large mixing bowl with an electric mixer until soft peaks form. Gradually add sugar, beating until the meringue is stiff and glossy.Beat cream in the chilled bowl until soft peaks form.Add the melted gelatin to the remaining raspberry puree and whisk until blended. Set the bowl over a bowl of ice water and stir just until the mixture starts to thicken slightly, 5 to 10 minutes. Add one-fourth of the meringue to the raspberry puree and whisk until blended. Using a whisk, fold in the remaining meringue. With a rubber spatula, fold in the whipped cream. Scrape the mousse into a 6-cup metal bowl (or other decorative mold) or a 9-by-5-inch metal loaf pan. Cover with plastic wrap and foil and freeze until firm, at least 6 hours.To serve, fill a bowl or basin (large enough to hold the mold comfortably) with very hot water. Run a knife around the edges of the mold. Quickly dip the mold in hot water, then invert a serving platter over the top. Grasping the mold and platter, jerk downward several times. If the mousse does not release, dip in hot water again and repeat. Cut the mousse into wedges or slices. Serve with the reserved raspberry sauce and garnish each serving with a scattering of berries and a mint sprig.Substituting with Splenda: In the EatingWell Test Kitchen, sucralose is the only alternative sweetener we test with when we feel the option is appropriate. For nonbaking recipes, we use Splenda Granular (boxed, not in a packet). For baking, we use Splenda Sugar Blend for Baking, a mix of sugar and sucralose. It can be substituted in recipes (1/2 cup of the blend for each 1 cup of sugar) to reduce sugar calories by half while maintaining some of the baking properties of sugar. If you make a similar blend with half sugar and half Splenda Granular, substitute this homemade mixture cup for cup. When choosing any low- or no-calorie sweetener, be sure to check the label to make sure it is suitable for your intended use. Dried egg whites are pasteurized so this product is a wise choice in dishes that call for an uncooked meringue. They are also convenient in recipes calling for egg whites because there is no waste. Look for brands like Just Whites in the baking or natural-foods section of most supermarkets. Dried egg whites can be ordered from The King Arthur Flour Baker’s Catalogue, (800) 827-6836. A stand-up mixer makes beating egg whites easier, but a hand-held electric mixer will work fine. Share Recipe source: EatingWell.com
“The median strip was installed thereas a way to prevent traffic accidents as it keeps pedestrians safe when theystop in the middle of the road,” said Gasataya. According to Engineer AbrahamVillareal, head of the District Engineering Office, the P84-million projectwill span approximately 2.579 kilometers.The project includes an asphalt overlay; construction of a traffic island;double arm solar lamp post installation; along with the addition ofthermoplastic pavement markings at the edge line, center lines, crosswalks,stopping lanes, among other areas. Gasataya said he encouraged DPWH to constructa median strip in the area after several people died from traffic accidents. The Department of Public Works andHighways (DPWH) is currently conducting construction on Araneta Street frombarangays Tangub to Sum-ag in this city. Gasataya also said he requested DPWHto include the installation of the solar lamps along Circumferential Road andthe Bacolod-Silay Airport Access Road in their proposed 2020 budget. Earlier this month, the Sangguniang Panlungsod passed a resolution calling onthe City Engineer’s Office to consider the removal of traffic islands alongNarra Avenue, Narra Extension and Tindalo Avenue in the Shopping area. BACOLOD City – Lone District Rep. GregGasataya has underscored the importance of the median strip on Araneta Street,citing its purpose to reduce road accidents in the area. A median strip or central reservationis the reserved area that separates opposing lanes of traffic on dividedroadways. The reserved area may be paved, but commonly it is adapted to otherfunctions; for example, it may accommodate decorative landscaping, trees, or amedian barrier. City Councilor Dindo Ramos, who pennedthe resolution, called the structures “outdated” and claimed its removal would“maximize road use” and “ease traffic congestion.”/PN
ASF causes high fever, loss ofappetite, hemorrhages, and death among domestic and wild pigs, thus it is athreat primarily to the hog industry, then to industries that deal with pork. In Executive Order No. 003-2020, MayorJerry Treñas also banned live pigs, hog carcasses, pork products andby-products originating from and/or processed in Luzon and in countries withASF cases. In ordering a 90-day ban in Octoberlast year, Treñas said ASF reaching this city is possible. Iloilo City is amajor entry/exit point of inter-regional conveyance through the Iloilo InternationalAirport in Cabatuan, Iloilo and Iloilo International Port in Barangay Loboc,Lapuz district. “There is an urgent need to adoptpreventive measures to protect the hog industry of Region 6,” stressed Treñas./PN ILOILO City – The city government hasextended its ban on pork from Luzon to June 30, 2020 in a bid to keep thismetropolis free from the African swine fever (ASF). It was in December last year that theCity Veterinary Office recommended a permanent or an extension of the 90-dayban. It pointed out that the city remains sufficient in pork anyway, producedlocally or sourced from Mindanao and Cebu. In extending the ban, Treñas cited newASF cases in Pangasinan and Pampanga despite the Department of Agriculture’s(DA) vigorous enforcement of the “1-7-10 Protocol” due to illegal pork traders. Iloilo City, added Treñas, is No. 3 interms of frequency of ship calls annually (11,853), No. 4 in cargo (491,719metric tons) and No. 4 in passenger traffic (2.4 million). “There are still cases of ASF in thecountry, particularly in Luzon, thus a possibility of it reaching Region 6 andcause high hog mortality and affect the city’s food security,” according toTreñas. EO No. 003-2020 amended the Oct. 10,2019 EO of the city mayor imposing a similar ban for a period of 90 days onlyor up to the second week of January 2020. There is no known vaccine against ASFbut it does not pose a health risk to humans. Under the protocol, quarantinecheckpoints are set up in areas within a one-kilometer radius of suspectedfarms — monitoring the movement of live pigs, pork, and pork products. Within aseven-kilometer radius, authorities are conducting surveillance and limitinganimal movement. On the other hand, farm owners within the 10-kilometer radiusare mandated to report any disease to the DA.
BOONE, Iowa – Cory Sample and A.J. Ward will complete the Friday, Sept. 9 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational starting field.Sample, from Winnemucca, Nev., has the highest national point total among Modified drivers on the All-Star ballot who have pre-registered for the upcoming IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.Ward makes the trip to Boone Speedway from Ionia, Mich. He’ll qualify by virtue of 21 40-point feature wins, a total that won’t be matched or surpassed by any other All-Star candidate before the start of Super Nationals.Sample made his first All-Star appearance in 2012 and finished seventh in the 2014 event. Ward’s All-Star start is his third in as many years.Thirteen states are now represented in the 13th annual invitational. The 30-lapper pays $1,000 to win and $200 to start.Also on the starting grid for the All-Star race will be:Chris Abelson of Sioux City, Kyle Brown of Madrid, Kellen Chadwick of Oakley, Calif., Ethan Dotson of Bakersfield, Calif., Corey Dripps of Reinbeck, Corey Gearhart of Turpin, Okla., William Gould of Calera, Okla., Jordan Grabouski of Beatrice, Neb., Kevin Green of Waco, Texas, Jimmy Gustin of Marshalltown, Richie Gustin of Gilman, Travis Hagen of Williston, N.D., Scott Hogan of Vinton, Brian Irvine of Oelwein, Cody Laney of Torrance, Calif., Lance Mari of Imperial, Calif., Hunter Marriott of Brookfield, Mo., Jeremy Mills of Garner, Jay Noteboom of Hinton, Brad Pounds of Bakersfield, Calif., Ryan Ruter of Kanawha, Scott Sessions of Milton, Fla., Kelly Shryock of Fertile, Ricky Stephan of South Sioux City, Neb., Kyle Strickler of Mooresville, N.C., Kevin Sustaire of Emory, Texas, Ricky Thornton Jr. of Chandler, Ariz., and Jason Wolla of Ray, N.D.The 2016 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational is a qualifying event for the 2017 ballot.
Alan Pardew is hopeful the imminent investment in Crystal Palace with herald a new era for the Barclays Premier League club. Press Association “The players and my team also deserve some credit to to get us in the position where we have got this kind of backing.” Parish, who helped save the club from bankruptcy in 2010, will remain in charge of the day-to-day running of Crystal Palace while a reported £50m will also be invested in the stadium. “I think the important part in the negotiations was Steve’s position,” added Pardew. “I think it was very important that the slight nuances in the game are understood by Steve and I can get a message to him which is sometimes not easy to translate to people who do not understand the Premier League. “So, he can filter through all the information that I give to the guys so they can make a sensible and judged decision. “We are making decisions which have a low-risk factor and that is something we have done well at this football cub. We have signed players at the right money, at the right time, and that is why we have such a good squad.” American businessmen Josh Harris and David Blitzer are set to purchase a reported £100million controlling stake in the Selhurst Park outfit. The deal will see the duo, who already own the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and the NHL’s New Jersey Devils, hold an equal 18 per cent share in the club with Steve Parish, who will remain as chairman. Speaking ahead of Palace’s Barclays Premier League clash against Stoke, Pardew said: “I have been involved to some degree with Josh and David. We have met. I see they have a passion for this football club which has grown over the last 18 months. “It goes alongside the passion the chairman has and myself for the football club, and together we hope it might embark on a new era for the football club. “Hopefully our fans – who have had a great couple of seasons – can now look forward to the future with expectation. “I look at clubs like Bolton and the current situation they are in, and I think about this football club and how a phoenix can rise, and we want to keep rising.” Pardew is approaching his one-year anniversary in charge at Palace. He guided them to an impressive 10th-place finish last season, and they are sixth ahead of their trip to Stoke on Saturday. And the former Newcastle manager revealed the investment deal was on the agenda when he agreed to take charge of Palace in January. “There was a very strong feeling that the guys would come on board,” Pardew said. “I needed to be part of that to understand what Steve Parish’s vision for the football club was. If it wasn’t that vision that he sold me, I probably would not be here, so Steve Parish deserves a lot of credit for where this football club is.
A possible case of coronavirus here in South Florida recently affected emergency operations at a hospital, according to reports.Workers at Memorial Regional Hospital in Broward allegedly told at least one fire-rescue department not to bring anyone to their emergency room.Dr. Bindu Mayi, an infectious disease specialist and professor of microbiology at Nova Southeastern University, says she had heard about the potential Hollywood case from medical colleagues.“If there is a local case, it is something we [the public] should all be made aware of,” Mayi says. “The absence of information becomes conjecture and that’s a dicey thing. If there is a local case, people who are immune-suppressed may need to be more discerning about not being in large crowds or gathering where don’t know who has been exposed to what.”Memorial Regional Hospital officials would not comment on the status of the woman who arrived last Friday afternoon in their emergency room. Hospital spokeswoman Kerting Baldwin explains, “There are no confirmed cases of coronavirus at Memorial.”Hollywood Fire Rescue was informed of the situation in the emergency room. “At one point we offered to wear masks, but that was overkill because the patient suspected of coronavirus was already in isolation,” says Patrick Moore, division chief of operations at Hollywood Fire Rescue.Amanda Conwell, a spokesperson for the Pembroke Pines Police Department, says her staff was told for a brief time Friday evening not to transport anyone to Memorial until a proper quarantine was established. She adds that the action was based on information they had and did not indicate that there was a confirmed case within the county.Meanwhile, the Florida Department of Health will not comment on the possible case.State health officials explain they are concerned about creating panic or compromising patient privacy by disclosing too much information. They may use their website to inform the public about pending cases and results.“We’ve kicked it around and bounced it off leadership and we hope to have something soon,” says Brad Dalton, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Health. “You don’t want to scare people, and you want to make sure when information gets out there it’s what does the public the most good.”The number of confirmed cases in the U.S. stood at 12 on Wednesday.Tests were pending on 76 possible coronavirus cases across the country as of Wednesday. The CDC does not indicate where in the United States those tests have been conducted, although at least some of them have come from Florida.A week ago, Gov. Ron DeSantis said during a visit to Boca Raton that all tests for coronavirus in our state were sent to the CDC in Atlanta and had come back negative.South Florida hospitals say that staff from the health department have met with them in order to ensure they are properly screening and preparing for a possible coronavirus case here.Local doctors also believe it is only a matter of time before coronavirus reaches Florida.“We know we are at high risk with international travelers coming to our area,” says Dr. Ivan Gonzalez, a pediatric infectious disease doctor at Jackson Memorial and UM Health. “A lot of this is going to rely on self-reporting — awareness and education are key.”A quarantine station at Miami International Airport that is staffed by the CDC is screening international passengers flying into the region.Florida’s Department of Health says it is unclear when and where tests kits will be widely available in Florida.The virus originated in Wuhan, China. It has spread to 28 countries. There are more than 24,000 confirmed cases in China alone.Last week, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared coronavirus a public health emergency, imposing a mandatory quarantine for any citizen who had traveled to China’s Hubei province during the previous two weeks.In addition, planes carrying U.S. citizens who have recently been in China are only allowed to land at one of 11 designated airports, none of which are in Florida. As of Wednesday, more than 500 people have died as a result of the virus.
BAR HARBOR — Athletes from Mount Desert Island, Bucksport and George Stevens Academy were selected Monday to this year’s All-Penobscot Valley Conference outdoor track teams.For MDI, senior Gilbert Isaacs was chosen as the Large-School division’s first-team shot put selection after winning Hancock County, PVC and state titles in the event. Marilyn Sawyer added first-team (100-meter dash) and second-team (200-meter dash and 300-meter hurdles) selections, and Zoe Olson was a second-team pick in the 800- and 1,600-meter runs.Bucksport’s Carter Tolmasoff (boys’ 100- and 200-meter dashes) and Angelina Cotoni (girls’ 100-meter hurdles) were first-team selections in the Small-School division. Gavin Billings made the second team in the shot put after finishing third at PVCs and ninth at states.GSA’s LeeAnn Varnum was the first-team Small-School selection in the shot put after her first-place finish in last Saturday’s Class C championships in Farmington. Grace Broughton (girls’ 300-meter hurdles), Ian Howell (1,600-meter race walk) and Ian Renwick (long jump) earned second-team honors for the Eagles.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text