MINTS publishes a questionnaire on project proposals in tourism for a seven-year period of using funds from European funds

first_imgIn this way, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports collects project proposals of entrepreneurs, craftsmen, family farms, associations, public institutions, cooperatives, local and regional governments, tourist boards, clubs and other legal entities for the tourism and sports sectors that could be funded primarily in within the Mechanism for Recovery and Resilience, but also later within the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027. In addition to the alignment of needs with funding opportunities, information is also needed on the readiness of project proposals, which are stated since EU funds are available under certain conditions, ie for a limited period of time. “At this moment, it is crucial to identify project proposals that are in a mature stage of preparation and their implementation can be launched in 2023 at the latest.”Emphasize from the Ministry. Namely, based on the agreement reached on the European Recovery Plan and the Multiannual Financial Framework for the period 2021-2027, Croatia has 22 billion euros at its disposal for co-financing programs and projects.  The project proposal should contribute to sustainable, innovative and resilient tourism and sport by focusing on challenges and priorities that will generate long-term impact on the competitiveness of your companies, as well as the tourism and sports sector as a whole, job creation, economic and social resilience. and regional cohesion of the Republic of Croatia, with an emphasis on contributing to the green and digital transition.It is important to provide general information on the project proposal, so that through the process of preparation of the Recovery and Resilience Plan of the Republic of Croatia as well as operational programs for EU funds in the period 2021-2027. envisage the financing of activities in accordance with the needs, but also the above-mentioned goals to which the programs to be financed from EU funds should contribute, the Ministry points out. The Ministry of Tourism and Sports is in the process of preparation strategic documents, plans and programs for which will be in the following to use funds from European funds over a seven-year period. “With the new strategic document for tourism, we want to set clear and enforceable guidelines for tourism in Croatia. The interested public is invited to contribute to the achievement of this goal via a link. First of all, Croatian tourism must be sustainable in the long run, with an emphasis on quality and products that encourage the development of the entire economy and the recognizability of Croatia as a country of numerous tourist potentials.”, Said the Minister of Tourism and Sports Nikolina Brnjac on the occasion of the publication of the questionnaire. All interested through the MINTS questionnaire at connectors can contribute to a better and more comprehensive preparation of documents on the basis of which future investments will ensure that Croatia remains among the leading European tourist destinations in terms of safety, quality, added value, sustainability and innovation.last_img read more

Villa Park prepared for a play-off

first_img The play-off will only take place if results on Sunday mean the two London clubs are equal on points, goal difference and goals scored. A Premier League statement said: “Should a play-off be necessary the Premier League has made arrangements for a single match to take place at Villa Park on Sunday 26 May 2013. The match will take place early afternoon with a kick-off time to be confirmed should results require the match to go ahead.” The Premier League has announced that a possible third-place play-off between Chelsea and Arsenal will take place at Villa Park on May 26 – a move which could jeopardise the Blues’ tour match against Manchester City in the USA scheduled for the day before. Chelsea are due to play City twice in the USA – with the second match at New York’s Yankee stadium on May 25, the day before the play-off date. The Premier League statement says both the clubs have been consulted. It states: “In the event of results in the Chelsea v Everton and Newcastle v Arsenal Barclays Premier League matches being a Chelsea draw, and an Arsenal win by a single-goal margin having scored two more than Chelsea, both teams would be level on points, goal difference and goals scored.” Under Premier League Rules this would lead to a play-off being required to decide which club finishes third and fourth, thereby determining which club enters the UEFA Champions League at the group stage and which at the play-off stage. Tickets will be allocated equally between each club and will be priced at £20 and £30 with concessions for children and senior citizens priced at a 50% reduction. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Cricket News Six, Run-Out, Wicket! Barbados Tridents Lose By One Run, St Kitts And Nevis Patriots Enter CPL Knock-Outs

first_imgNew Delhi: Shakib Al Hasan was batting brilliantly for Barbados Tridents in their Caribbean Premier League encounter against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots. At 85/2 in the 12th over in pursuit of 150, it seemed Barbados Tridents had a great chance. However, a collapse of five wickets for 14 runs in three and a half overs saw St Kitts and Nevis roar back into the contest. The equation boiled down to 12 runs off the final over. Dominic Drakes was bowling it and he started off with a wide. The equation became five runs off five balls when Raymon Reifer hit a six over deep extra cover. However, when Reifer was run-out in the process of a second run, Barbados Tridents needed four runs off four balls but they had one wicket remaining. Harry Gurney and Chemar Holder hung and they needed two runs off one ball. However, Drakes got the perfect delivery on off stump and Gurney was cleaned up as Barbados Tridents lost by one run. The result meant that St Kitts and Nevis Patriots joined Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League knock-outs. Also Read | 19 In Final Over And Super Over – Carlos Brathwaite’s Fascinating Contribution In CPL T20 WinThe credit for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots’ win went to Carlos Brathwaite, who took three wickets in the middle overs, which included Shakib (38) and JP Duminy (18) and was named the Man of the Match. Brathwaite’s effort ensured Shamarh Brooks fifty for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots did not go down in vain. Also Read | Trinbago Knight Riders Smash Highest Score In Franchise T20 Cricket, Beat Jamaica TallawahsSt Kitts and Nevis Patriots chose to bat and the entire innings revolved around Brooks’ fifty, who took control after Evin Lewis struggled to get going. Brooks shared a partnership of 43 with Devon Thomas but St Kitts and Nevis Patriots lost momentum heading into the final overs as they lost three wickets for 10 runs. A brace of cameos from Fabian Allen and Keron Cottoy helped St Kitts and Nevis Patriots reach 149/7, with Gurney and Hayden Walsh picking two wickets each.In response, Johnson Charles fell to Sheldon Cottrell while Alex Hales fell to Rayad Emrit. Shakib held the key but Brathwaite’s burst in the middle overs dented Barbados Tridents. This loss might hurt them significantly. With two games to go, they are in fifth position and three points behind Trinbago Knight Riders and one behind St Lucia Zouks. A win against St Lucia Zouks could seal their play-off spot while a loss could eliminate them. St Kitts and Nevis Patriots have played all their league games while Trinbago Knight Riders have played just seven, the same as Guyana Amazon Warriors. Guyana are currently undefeated in the tournament and they look set to finish on top of the table.RELATED  For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

National Sports Festival: Okowa Rewards Delta Athletes with N403m

first_imgOmon-Julius Onabu in AsabaFor emerging the overall winners at the last National Sports Festival in Abuja, Delta State athletes were on Monday rewarded with over N403 million by Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for being worthy ambassadors of the state.Okowa noted that sports have become a window of opportunities and empowerment for young talents the world over and urged youths in Delta State to put their God-given talents to positive use, including sporting activities. On hand at Stephen Keshi Stadium Asaba to honour the athletes who participated in the 19th edition of the National Sports Festival tagged ”Abuja 2018”, were relatives of the athletes as well as the wife of the governor, Dame Edith Okowa, sports and government officials.Also rewarded were medalists at the 2018 edition of National Youth Games which took place at Ilorin, Kwara State.Delta State won with 163 gold, 88 silver and 101 bronze, totaling 352 medals at the National Sports Festival, to beat its closest rival, Rivers State, which had 194 medals.In an address, the governor said, “Today’s event is very special to me, because I have the privilege of being able to fulfill my promise to reward not only the medalists, but everyone who represented our dear State. I therefore wish to reassure our young people, especially those with talents that the State government will continue to encourage sportsmen and women.“Sports has become a vital tool of empowerment and accomplishment both at the national and international levels and I urge all of you (sports men and women) not to relent; aim at attaining higher standards and glories both for the State and our country.“Facilities have been made available and they will be continually upgraded to meet the demands of modern training.”Whatever the state government is offering you today, it is not necessarily payment or compensation for winning laurels for your State. Rather, it is a token of appreciation for your commitment and patriotism while competing for your State.”The governor also offered Miss Precious Okafor scholarship to the university level for competing and winning medals at the National Youth Games at a time she was mourning the loss of her mother.National Sports Festival gold medalists got N1 million while silver medalists were given N500, 000. Bronze medalists were also rewarded with N250, 000.Medalists at the National Youth Games received N100, 000 for gold medals while silver and bronze medalists got N75, 000 and N50, 000.The team leader, Mr Ifekachukwu Paul, thanked Dr Okowa for keeping his promise of rewarding the athletes with cash gifts, observing that the governor has provided first-class sporting facilities in the state and encouraged the athletes to bring out their best.He assured the governor that the Team Delta would continue to strive for more laurels in future sporting events.Chairman of Delta State Sports Commission, Mr Tonobok Okowa, had in an opening address, thanked the governor for inspiring Delta State athletes to victory, noting that Team Delta spends more than two weeks in camp before any competition.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

A Long Walk To Freedom: Buju Banton Delivers Historic Performance in…

first_imgCredit: Ryan Mattis After being incarcerated for eight years, Reggae superstar Buju Banton delivered a historic performance at the first stop on his ‘Long Walk To Freedom’ Tour in Kingston, which was said to be one of the most anticipated reggae shows to ever be held in Jamaica. On Saturday, March 16, 2019, Buju Banton kicked off his ‘Long Walk To Freedom’ Tour at the National Stadium in Kingston. It was pandemonium as locals, as well as tourists and international celebrities, flocked to see his first show since his release in December 2018. At full capacity, the national stadium seats approximately 35,000 people, but the number of patrons at this first show exceeded capacity, leaving many persons to stand in walk-ways or sit in aisles.The gates opened at 4:00 PM and early performances included Ghost, LUST and Buju’s son Jahazeil Myrie. As the night went on, other reggae artists gave stellar performances; namely, Agent Sasco, Chris Martin, Romain Virgo, Etana, Cocoa Tea who was joined by reggae newcomer Koffee, and Chronixx.At about 11:20 pm, the man of the year graced the stage. Dressed in all white, with his locs long and flashing, an almost-spiritual Buju Banton began his performance asking “have mercy on me”.The crowd erupted, in one of the loudest roars ever to be heard from the National Stadium, as Banton opened with his hit song “Not an Easy Road”.Although there were a few glitches an technical difficulties relating to mic and sound, that still did not put a damper on the celebration. Buju was in his element, and it was clear. In his two-hour set, the superstar did not miss a beat as far as connection, energy and stage presence.Soul-wrenching classics like “Destiny” and “Untold Stories” had an emotional effect on many patrons in the audience, while the dancehall hits like “Too Bad”, “Champion” and of course, “Driver A” put the crowd in a frenzy.And he brought even more artists to share his moment. British-Jamaican rapper Stefflondon; Marcia Griffiths, whom he said was like a mother to him, Wayne Wonder; and the legendary Beres Hammond all joined Banton on stage.Buju’s performance ended much like the way it started, in a spiritual fashion. He shared the stage, for his last performance of the night, with Gramps Morgan, collaborating on “Psalms 23”.The historic night came to an end, shortly after 1:00 am, with fireworks that lit up the national stadium.last_img read more

BetVictor ups player security installing two-factor authentication

first_img BGC: Charities win big as bookies take beating in Britannia Stakes June 19, 2020 StumbleUpon BetVictor boosts casino portfolio with EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine June 25, 2020 Submit EveryMatrix ups CasinoEngine gamification tools with CompetitionLabs June 29, 2020 Related Articles BetVictor has deepened its commitment to safeguarding players by introducing a two-factor authentication as it looks to protect all new and existing customer accounts.The in-house-developed ‘multi-factor authentication’ will safeguard against compromised account details and significantly reduce the risk of a customer becoming the victim of fraud or identity theft.With 81% of hacking-related data breaches resulting from weak or stolen passwords (Verizon, 2017), this extra layer of security from BetVictor seeks to ensure customer accounts are secure before their initial deposit and during all future transactions.BetVictor has introduced 2FA via SMS, meaning every new and existing customer that opts-in will receive a unique code on their mobile device to authenticate their registration. BetVictor joins a handful of industry operators currently offering this technology as part of its commitment to prioritising customer security.Jonathan De La Rosa, Chief Technology Officer at BetVictor, commented on the importance of the new technology: “Online crime and internet fraud are on the rise and businesses with an online presence are targets,” he said.“Thus, it’s crucial for our company to have effective security systems in place to mitigate the risk of security breaches. A large number of cyber-attacks are password related and integrating multi-factor authentication on our platforms, demonstrates our continued efforts to safeguard our customers’ data.“We’re proud of what we’ve achieved so far with our products and we’ll continue to develop this service as part of our commitment to our customers and our mission to provide best-in-class technology solutions.” Share Sharelast_img read more

Cam Newton injury update: Panthers QB says his shoulder feels ‘good’ after surgery

first_img“It’s good. It’s better than I thought it would be,” Newton said during an appearance on Atlanta station 680 The Fan. “There was so much going on throughout the season. I was in fear, in fear to see what actually was wrong.”Newton struggled with shoulder soreness during the season and the team shut him down for its final two games after it was out of playoff contention. He ended up completing 67.9 percent of his passes and threw for 24 touchdowns, along with 13 interceptions, in 2018. Related News Cam Newton has been encouraged by his recovery.The 29-year-old quarterback said during an interview Wednesday his throwing shoulder is feeling “good” after he underwent an arthroscopic procedure earlier this month. Panthers QB Cam Newton gets first tattoo, something reportedly forbidden by Jerry Richardson “As the game progressed (last season), I started to feel fatigue in my shoulder,” Newton said. “That’s what was so frustrating. It didn’t matter how much I would grind, how much I would muscle up and try to throw it – it wasn’t going far.”Newton said the season was “frustrating.”center_img “I knew something was wrong,” Newton said. “For me, being in that position, I didn’t want to let my team down. I didn’t want to let my fans, or even myself down to a degree. There’s a benchmark that you set for yourself, and when it’s not met, you’re frustrated.”The Panthers started 2018 with wins in six of their first eight games but lost seven of their final eight to finish 7-9. Longtime Panthers LB Thomas Davis will not return to team next seasonlast_img read more

European Championship: B&H Basketball Team Beat Macedonia Yesterday

first_imgThe B&H basketball team beat Macedonia yesterday with a score of 62:54 in the fourth round in the B Group of the European Championships in Slovenia today.With this second victory in Eurobasket, the B&H team has a chance to advance to the second round, which will require a win against Lithuania in the last round.B&H will play their last game in the first round today at 17:45 against Lithuania.(Source: Fena)last_img

Wigan to probe crowd trouble after Man City FA Cup shock

first_img“Player and staff safety is of paramount importance and we will conduct a full investigation.”Chief Superintendent Stuart Ellison of Greater Manchester Police said such behaviour would not be tolerated.“As soon as people were on the pitch, we immediately deployed our resources to the front of the stands, where they were able to keep the two groups of supporters apart and prevent any further disruption,” he said.Police added in a statement that no injuries had been reported.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2 London, United Kingdom | AFP | Wigan announced a full investigation on Tuesday into crowd disturbances that marred the club’s dramatic FA Cup victory over Premier League leaders Manchester City.City striker Sergio Aguero became involved in a physical exchange with a Wigan supporter as thousands of fans spilled onto the pitch following the League One side’s 1-0 victory in the fifth-round tie on Monday.TV footage of the chaos at the DW Stadium appeared to show Aguero raising his arm to push away the fan and later having to be restrained. It is understood Aguero claims he was spat at. “While we appreciate that the vast majority of supporters who ran on to the pitch did so spontaneously to celebrate a famous victory, we were disappointed with the action of a minority of supporters who acted in an inappropriate manner,” said Wigan chief executive Jonathan Jackson.center_img A number of fans also headed towards the end where City supporters were sitting to continue celebrations, sparking further disturbances..Advertising hoardings were ripped out and thrown onto the pitch along with other objects, while missiles were also thrown from the pitch into the stand. There were also clashes between fans and police and stewards.Police made two arrests on suspicion of affray following an incident outside the ground.last_img read more

Friday is Military Appreciation Day at the Fair

first_imgSubmitted by Thurston County FairThe Thurston County Fair is honoring the men and women who proudly serve in the military with special Military Appreciation Day discounts on Friday, August 1.Fairgoers who present their military ID at the fair gate can get $2 admission tickets to the fair on Friday, August 1. Davis Shows NW, the carnival ride provider for the fair, is also offering a special one-day discount for military families—show your military ID at the carnival ride ticket booth and get $5 off each carnival ride armband you purchase. The regular armband price is $24. Armbands purchased with the military discount are good for unlimited carnival rides only on Friday, August 1.Military IDs for active duty, reserves, retired military personnel and dependents must be presented at the time of purchase to receive the discount admission tickets and the discount carnival ride armbands. The fair is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday.Enter the Dessert of the Day contest on Friday, August 1 and get free admission to the fair! Come celebrate the quintessential snack-size treats at the Best Cookie Contest on Friday. All cookie varieties are welcome between noon and 2 p.m. at the Thurston Expo Center. All entries must include the recipe with contestant’s name, address, and phone number. Final judging begins at 4 p.m. Check the 2014 Exhibitor’s Guide for all of the Dessert of the Day contest rules at www.ThurstonCountyFair.org/exhibitor_guide.htm.Friday, August 1 is packed full of activities and entertainment for the whole family. More than 45 events, contests and performances are scheduled, including a performance by the I Corps Army Band, Washington National Guard exhibits, the opening day of the Savor South Sound beverage tasting, the Live & Local concert series with The Blackberry Bushes, the annual antiques appraisal event, and much more. (Complete August 1 events schedule below.)For more information about these events and other fair entertainment, go to www.ThurstonCountyFair.org and click on “Daily Events Calendar.”Aug. 1 Thurston County Fair Events7 a.m.Entry and Vet Check for Open Class Goats – Hicks Lake Barn10 a.m. 4-H Dog Showmanship – Chitty Barn4-H Small Animal/Exotics Fitting & Showing – Benoschek Building4-H & FFA Dairy Cow Show followed by 4-H Beef – East Arena4-H Equine Stock Seat Equitation, Disciplined Rail, Bareback Equitation, and PracticalHorsemanship – Andrews Arena4-H Rabbit Judging Contest Part 1 of 2 – Petersen Barn, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.4-H Public Presentations – Sharp & Benoschek BuildingsHome Arts Demonstrations – Heritage Hall4-H Goat Knowledge Bowl – Willuweit Pavilion11 a.m. Paramount Martial Arts – Main StageFFA Swine followed by 4-H Swine – West Arena-111:30 a.m.Professor Bamboozle – Food Court Stage12 p.m.Kid’s Tractor Pull – Main StageKids Games – Heritage Green, noon to 3 p.m.Enter Cookie Contest – Thurston Expo Center, noon to 2 p.m.Predators of the Heart – in front of Heritage Hall12:30 p.m.Sunday Speedtrap – Food Court Stage1 p.m.4-H Small Animal/Exotics Judging Contest – Benoschek BuildingMelarouge and the John Hansen Trio – Main Stage1:30 p.m.Professor Bamboozle – Food Court Stage2 p.m.4-H Cat Game – Petersen BarnHome Arts Demonstrations – Heritage HallDylan Cragle – Main Stage2:30 p.m.4-H Dog Rally Obedience – Chitty BarnFFA & 4-H Swine meeting with Judge prior to showing – Swine BarnI Corps Army Band – Food Court Stage, 2 to 4:30 p.m.3 p.m.Predators of the Heart – in front of Heritage Hall4-H Pack Goat Type – Hicks Lake Barn4-H Rabbit Jumping Contest (Part 1 continued) – Petersen Barn, 3 to 6 p.m.Kid’s Tractor Pull – Main Stage4-H, FFA & Open Class Llama/Alpaca Obstacle Course – West Arena4 p.m.Antique Appraisal Event – Heritage Hall, 4 to 7 p.m.Cookie Contest Final Judging – Thurston Expo CenterOpen Class Dairy Goat Paper Check-In – Hicks Lake Barn, 4 to 6 p.m.4:30 p.m.Paramount Martial Arts – Food Court StageKid’s Tractor Pull – Main Stage5 p.m.Savor South Sound: Wine, Beer & Cider Tasting (must be 21+) – Gazebo Green, 5 to 10 p.m. Open Class Dairy – East ArenaDylan Cragle – Food Court Stage6 p.m.4-H Equine Haul In & Out – Andrews Arena, 6 to 9 p.m.Predators of the Heart – in front of Heritage Hall4-H Cat Costume Contest – Petersen Barn4-H, FFA & Open Class Llama/Alpaca Handler Class & Showing Demonstrations – West Arena4-H Pack Goat Fitting/Showing with Obstacle Course – Hicks Lake BarnDown Home Fiddlers – Food Court StageKid’s Tractor Pull – Main Stage7 p.m.4-H Dog Activities – Chitty BarnProfessor Bamboozle – Food Court StageLive & Local concert series: The Blackberry Bushes – Main Stage8 p.m.Backlash – Food Court Stage*Food Court Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.*Carnival Rides Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0last_img read more