The Ministry of Tourism has published a public call for applications for grants under the Public Tourism Infrastructure Development Program in 2017, for which HRK 20 million has been provided.Sredstva iz Fonda namijenjena su javnom sektoru – jedinicama lokalne i područne (regionalne) samouprave za razvoj javne turističke infrastrukture. Programom će se sufinancirati projekti uređenja morskih i ostalih plaža, izgradnja, dogradnja, rekonstrukcija ili adaptacija centara za posjetitelje i interpretacijskih centara, njihovo opremanje multimedijalnom opremom te javna turistička infrastruktura u funkciji aktivnog turizma (izrada strateških dokumenata razvoja cikloturizma županije sa standardima, uređenje i označavanje postojećih i novih cikloturističkih, pješačkih i jahačkih ruta te uređenje, postavljanje i opremanje stanica za iznajmljivanje e-bicikla). „JPublic tourist infrastructure is an integral part of the overall tourist offer of each destination and it is therefore important that we continuously improve it. By investing in projects aimed at arranging or building new beaches, visitor centers and cycling, riding or hiking routes, a new attractive basis is created, ie additional motives for coming to the destination, which is important for the development of year-round tourism. Through this program we want to increase the overall impression and attractiveness of destinations, and thus make Croatian tourism even more competitive”, Stressed the Minister of Tourism Gary Cappelli.The Ministry of Tourism co-finances 80 percent of the costsThe Ministry co-finances up to 80 percent of the eligible / eligible costs of implementing an individual project. For beach projects, the minimum amount of support is HRK 200.000,00, while the maximum amount is HRK 1.000.000,00. For visitor centers and interpretation centers, this amount ranges from a minimum of HRK 100.000,00 to a maximum of HRK 1.000.000,00 of support. Also, the Ministry co-finances the development of operational plans for the development of cycling tourism in the county with standards up to HRK 50.000,00, and the arrangement and marking of existing and new cycling, walking and riding routes and arranging, setting up and equipping e-bike rental stations from HRK 100.000,00 to HRK 400.000,00 , XNUMX kn.Izvor financiranja predmetnog javnog poziva je Fond za razvoj turizma, odnosno izvanproračunski prihod Ministarstva turizma od naknada za privremene koncesijske naknade za turističko zemljište, a za namjene i poslove utvrđene Zakonom o turističkom i ostalom građevinskom zemljištu, neprocijenjenom u postupku pretvorbe i privatizacije.The public call is open until September 15, 2017. More information about the conditions can be found here: Public call for the development of public tourism infrastructure in 2017
The suspect was brought to the Jordanpolice station, where he was detained. ILOILO City – Charged with theft, a manwas nabbed in Barangay Poblacion, Jordan, Guimaras. The 20-year-old Carl Jefferson Sevillawas caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 10 a.m. on Dec. 10,police said. The court recommended a P6,000 bail bondfor Sevilla’s temporary liberty./PN
On the other hand, Patient No. 8, a 35-year-old man from Valladolid town, traveled to Manila from Miami, Florida, while Patient No. 9, a 27-year-old man from Bago City, journeyed also from Miami to New York going to Manila. Wearing protective suits, medical personnel at the Provincial Healing Center in E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental conduct tests to the Negrense overseas Filipino workers who came from Cebu. A Negros Occidental-born nurse from Ireland has already recovered from the virus, the provincial government announced yesterday. PNA He has already been discharged from the Provincial Healing Center in EB Magalona town, the report from the Capitol said. Three of them are also being quarantined at the Provincial Healing Center. The first result of his reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction test released on April 20 came out positive. His first repeat test result which came out on May 6, on the other hand, was already negative, as well as his second repeat test released on May 13. Like Patient No. 4, he was also part of the group from Cebu. He traveled from The Netherlands and arrived in the Philippines on March 24. Their test results came out late Wednesday afternoon, and they are now isolated in a patient care center in this city. He is the third patient to recover among the nine confirmed COVID-19 cases in Negros Occidental. Patient No. 4, who was asymptomatic, arrived in the country on March 17. He was among the 35 overseas Filipino worker (OFW) repatriates who traveled to Negros Occidental from Cebu on April 14. BACOLOD CITY – A Negros Occidental-born nurse who tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) after coming home from Ireland last month has already recovered, the provincial government announced yesterday. The five other patients in this province are all OFWs who were among the 55 persons – 28 from Bacolod and 27 from Negros Occidental – who arrived aboard the 2GO Group’s Malasakit Voyage on April 28. Still awaiting the result of his first repeat test is Patient No. 3, a 38-year-old man from Silay City. Patient No. 5, a 27-year-old woman from La Castellana, came from Brazil; Patient No. 6, a 43-year-old man from Escalante City, traveled from Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and Patient No. 7, a 45-year-old man from Talisay City, took a flight to the Philippines from Brazil and Qatar. Listed as the province’s Patient No. 4, the 41-year-old man, a naturalized Irish, hails from Barangay East in Candoni town. Patient No. 1, a 41-year-old woman from EB Magalona, and Patient No. 2, a 42-year-old man from La Castellana, were the first recoveries. During their arrival here, they were quarantined with the OFWs from Bacolod, but they wrote down Bago City and Valladolid as their provincial addresses when their swab samples were taken.(With a report from PNA/PN)
That’s a legal bill of less than $10 million, plus the “perhaps a bit more” amount added in. Whatever the exact figure, it now seems the widely reported estimates of up to $100 million or more were way off base. The settlement is protected by a confidentiality agreement. The moment news broke Friday that Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid had settled their collusion grievance against the NFL, the speculation began: How much did Kaepernick and Reid get from the NFL?Some observers put the tag at up to $100 million, but most estimates were in the $60 million to $80 million range. Marcus Allen: Colin Kaepernick may not want to return to the NFL Pro Football Talk reported Monday that the actual figure is likely far smaller. The site, which originally set a hypothetical over/under on Kaepernick’s settlement at $49.5 million, now believes it may be less than that, and perhaps far less.PFT cites an unidentified source who said the $60 million to $80 million estimates are “incorrect.” And multiple other unidentified league sources told PFT the settlement would cover the NFL’s expected legal experences for the arbitration proceedings, “with perhaps a bit more.” The site estimates the legal bills would have ended “in the seven figures, not in the eight figures.” Related News Colin Kaepernick’s attorney predicts Patriots or Panthers will sign QB Kaepernick, of course, has not played in the NFL since opting out of his contract with the 49ers in early 2017. He filed a grievance against the NFL in October 2017 accusing league owners of colluding to keep him out of the game because of his role in initiating protests during the national anthem in 2016 to point out racial and social injustice.The 31-year-old quarterback is still pursuing a job in the NFL, and his attorney over the weekend told CNN he would be a good candidate for either the Patriots or the Panthers.Reid, who played for the Panthers last season, signed a three-year, $22 million contract last month to return to the team.