The initiative for the membership of the City of Krk in the European Cultural Tourism Network has been accepted

first_imgIn addition to all this, in order to withdraw funds from European funds as intensively as possible, the initiative to join the City of Krk in the European Cultural Tourism Network (ECTN) was accepted. The event was organized under the auspices of the European Cultural Tourism Network (ECTN), and in addition to the presentations of the cities of all conference participants, the possibility of joining the association was opened, which allows its members to apply for various funds under programs that (co) finance cultural tourism. (like Interreg, Horizon or Erasmus platforms). In Spain, a presentation entitled “Valorization and presentation of the cultural heritage of the city of Krk: Creating a tourist brand” presented several projects related to the presentation and valorization of Krk’s cultural heritage, starting with “Story of Krk” as an online database data on the city’s tangible and intangible heritage have been consolidated, through recent horticultural interventions, together with an initiative related to defining standards of urban equipment in the protected area, all the way to the project of arranging the future city-diocesan museum which will be told in an innovative way. a story about the rich history of the town of Krk. During the Collegium of the City of Krk, the city’s participation in this year’s 12th International Conference for Cultural Tourism in Europe was presented, which took place in the Spanish city of Granada, between October 12 and 23, on the topic ” Culture and Heritage for Responsible, Innovative and Sustainable Tourism Actions ”. Source / photo: City of Krk; Krk Tourist Boardlast_img read more

Ministerial Task force for National stadium commences work

first_imgMinisterial Task Force set up by Youth and Sports Development Minister Mr. Sunday Dare will on Monday commence work with the verification of occupants and identification of illegal structures at the complex, even as the Lagos State Commissioner for Physical Planning Dr. Jide Salako has been named as a member of the committee. Dare After so many years of neglect, the Minister had set up the committee headed by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Mr. Gabriel Aduda to restore sanity to the complex ahead of the planned concession. While inaugurating the committee, Mr.Dare charged the committee to bring back the lost glory of the edifice. ” The National Stadium, Lagos holds a lot of fond memories for our Sportsmen and other people. We shall no longer allow our infrastructures to lie waste. All our National stadiums shall be put to best use. Abuja and Kaduna are at an advanced stage, Lagos has approval for concession. Before the process is complete, we need to restore sanity to the place. So the work of the task force is cut out. In the past, we had interlopers, now it is going to be fixed to serve our teeming youth. The task force will carry out its assignment according to the law of the land.”Advertisement The terms of reference of the committee include; carry out an audit of approved tenants, verify details of the tenancy agreement, come up with a list of all approved and unapproved physical structures and approved construction, list of all squatters and their business, investigate staff of the Ministry who allow the presence of the squatters, carry out a detailed analysis of all revenue generated at the stadium and take inventory of all shops and businesses within the stadium premises. The committee headed by Mr. Aduda has members are drawn from the Sports Ministry, Lagos State and the organized private sector. Other members of the committee include Dr. Paul Ohido, Director, Sports Medicine, Barrister Mohammed Danjuma, Director, Legal, Mr. Olajide Ajayi TA. To PS, Mr. Sola Aiyepeku, Executive Chairman, Lagos State Sports Commission, Mr. Peter Nelson Director, PMI, Engineer Alanamu Abolore, Director FM/FASD, Engineer Okedairo, DD , SFDA, Alhaji Bode Durotoye, DD/ LO, Lagos, Architect Abiodun Owoborode, Executive Assitant to HM, Benjamin Ukwuoma, CTO, FASD, Mr.Adeolu Fasanya, SAO,/ FASD,Mr Kehinde Owopetu, CSW/SM, Lagos. Others are Idris Oloruninbe, and Abdulgafar Idris representing the organized private sector. read also:Crown FC Appreciate Sunday Dare for Repairing Stadium Pavilion The committee has 21 days to complete its assignment.The Minister had similarly given illegal occupants at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja a 25-day ultimatum to quit to enable rehabilitation work to commence. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All Time7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A VegetarianPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?10 Stargazing Locations To ‘Connect With Nature’The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Characters That Should Be Official Disney Princesseslast_img read more

Sprint king Bolt rejects Malta football offer

first_img0Shares0000Since retiring from athletics last year, Usain Bolt has been pursuing his dream of becoming a professional footballer © AFP/File / PETER PARKSSYDNEY, Australia, Oct 18 – Sprint superstar Usain Bolt has turned down a contract from Maltese champions Valletta and will remain in Australia to pursue his dream of becoming a professional footballer, his agent said Thursday.The eight-time Olympic champion has been on trial with A-League club the Central Coast Mariners since arriving Down Under in August. He scored two goals in a pre-season friendly last Friday but is yet to be offered a deal, with cashed-up Valletta dangling a two-year trial-free contract to entice him away earlier this week.But Bolt’s agent Ricky Simms said he had opted against a move to the Maltese Premier League team, which is backed by a group of investors from the Sanban Group in the United Arab Emirates.“There is a lot of interest in Usain playing football,” he told ESPN.“We regularly receive similar approaches. I can confirm Usain does not wish to pursue this opportunity in Malta.”Valletta chief executive Ghasston Slimen told the broadcaster: “We wish Usain Bolt all the best with his football career. The Valletta FC offer is always on the table.”Australia’s domestic A-League season starts this weekend, with the Mariners in action on Sunday away to Brisbane Roar. With no contract, Bolt is not eligible for selection.Club chief executive Shaun Mielekamp said this week the Jamaican “will continue his indefinite training period … until any further notice”.Reports suggest the Mariners are waiting for governing body Football Federation Australia to decide whether it will contribute to a potential Aus$3 million (US$2.1 million) offer to the 100m world record holder.Sydney’s Daily Telegraph on Thursday reported Bolt and Mielekamp sat down for a coffee in the wake of the Malta offer for clarity on his future.It said the 32-year-old, who regards Australia as a second home, might consider accepting less money if it means locking in a contract.Coach Mike Mulvey was reluctant Thursday to talk about Bolt, saying he was not involved in contract negotiations.“I’m really not interested in it (contract speculation) to tell you the truth,” he told reporters.“He’s been great among the guys and I was very happy for him last week with the two goals he scored, but we move on.”Mariners captain Matt Simon dismissed suggestions the chronicles of Bolt were distracting the squad ahead of their A-League opener.“He’s been here for a couple of months now, so everywhere we go with Usain, everyone’s talking about him,” Simon said.“We’ve just been down to business, concentrating on the season and putting into practice what we’ve been doing at training for the last 12 weeks.”Bolt, who retired from athletics last year, has previously tried out with clubs in Germany, South Africa and Norway to no avail.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more