The story goes something like this… The Lumiere brothers who made films in Opatija, Isadora Duncan who danced inspired by the flickering wind of the Opatija palm trees, Empress Sissy who was officially never in Opatija, but “unofficially” hid in her villas in the company of lovers and many other celebrities from the history of this area “come to life” again in mid-July thanks to the stage and music event “Opatija – Imperial City” which makes the whole city a stage for a fantastic spectacle that gathers thousands of visitors.”During this event, tourists have the opportunity to get acquainted with Opatija’s past, explore the hidden secrets of its history, check why this city has become and remains a favorite destination of world celebrities, but also feel the spirit of the time when Opatija began its rise to the throne of European tourism. The event “Opatija – Imperial City” is held throughout the city center, along the main street, coastal promenade, beautiful parks and impressive villas and on the terraces of hotels and restaurants. ” point out from the Opatija Tourist Board. This award is a great recognition of Opatija as well as an additional incentive for further development of innovations in the projects of the Tourist Board of Opatija, and for Advent in Opatija will use special multimedia effects such as 3D holograms and mapping that will provide a unique experience for all visitors.Quality content, story, rounded tourist product and excellent performance can generate a motive for arrival and a quality tourist story.The Tourist Board of the City of Opatija recently received the award “Simply the Best” in the category of innovative project in tourism for the project “Opatija – Imperial City” which was realized with the use of multimedia. “We are returning to the golden age of Opatija tourism and Opatija is becoming one big stage. The program is held on several stages, with numerous extras, dance groups and animators. In three days Opatija becomes one small Austro-Hungary”Suzi Petričić, director of the Tourist Board of the City of Opatija, points out and adds that the event is visited by thousands of tourists from the entire region. A story that takes us back to the past and through the concept of living history shows, ie revives history as it once was in Opatija during the end of the 19th century.Quality content, story, rounded tourist product and excellent performance can generate a motive for arrival and a quality tourist story. Our biggest tourist advantage is precisely our diversity, which we have to pack nicely and tell a story.Tourism consists of emotions, experiences and stories. Tell stories.
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That great survivor Ken Clarke, who turned 70 this month, was on characteristically ebullient form at the Law Society’s summer party at the Tate Modern. And yes, it’s official – like all jazz afficionados, the new justice secretary and erstwhile chancellor really does wear brown suede shoes. Like many people in the late-autumn of their careers, Clarke reflected, he’s a couple of rungs lower on the ladder than he used to be and his bosses were once other people’s office boys. But he’s not letting this get him down – the former barrister QC is more concerned about alienating all the chums he’s made in the law when he gets down to the hairy business of slashing the MoJ’s budget by – if you believe the reports – as much as 40%. We are sure that where he does cut, he’ll do it charmingly – something that one would never have expected of his predecessor Jack Straw. Now is also an opportune moment to make what Obiter promises will be his last allusion to the World Cup. One of Ken Clarke’s proud boasts – who knows, perhaps his proudest – is that he was present at Wembley on that far-off day 44 years ago when a ‘wag’ was a comedian and England were crowned world champions. Clarke, not long down from Cambridge, was seated immediately behind the ‘Russian linesman’ who controversially awarded Geoff Hurst the goal that did or didn’t cross the line (it didn’t, admit it) and turned the match in England’s favour. Clarke claims to have influenced Tofik Bakhramov (who was actually from Azerbaijan) by bellowing ‘goal!’ in the linesman’s right lughole from a distance of not more than a few yards. Ho hum – Frank Lampard and England could have done with Mr Clarke’s powers of projection in Bloemfontein.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – A new political party, promising campaign financing legislation, was launched in Guyana as the country prepares to hold fresh regional and general election on March 2 next year.The Citizenship Initiative (CI), which has also indicated that it has no intention of joining with either the People’s National Congress (PNC), which is part of the ruling coalition administration and the main opposition People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C), said it intends to change the way issues related to politics are addressed in Guyana.“Our key platform has to do with leverage in parliament. Now to answer the question of coalition, let me say very explicitly now: Our message is that this adversarial politics by the two giants continues to be the primary burden for the development of Guyana.“Coalition is not an option…You can’t say that you have goals that you want to attain, you change the status quo and then join the status quo,” said the party’s executive member, Ruel Johnson.Apart from Johnson, who is the government’s cultural advisor, the other founding members are web developer Shaz Ally, the managing director of a private school, Alphonso de Armas, educator Ronda Ann Lam and business executive, Yonnick David.Ally said Guyana has been looking to find its way since it gained independence in 1966 but has instead found itself marred by ethnic divisions, limited opportunities and questionable leadership since independence.He said Guyana has put power in the arms of two major political parties who have been in control for over fifty years while many of the country’s struggles and problems remain.He said the new party is focused on chartering a better course for all of Guyana and its members would be representative of the entire society.Johnson said Citizenship Initiative, whose symbol is a scale balancing two water lilies, will contest the upcoming elections and if successful, would be pushing for constitutional reform as a priority.He said the party is also focused now on naming Presidential and Prime Ministerial candidates and will address that issue as it rolls out its plans and programmes.President David Granger named the election date after Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo was successful in tabling a motion of no confidence in his coalition administration last December.The PPP had been pushing for an early poll, but the head of state said he would have only announced the date when the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM0 had indicated to him that it was prepared to conduct the elections.
Lesotho PM’s wife Maesaiah Thabane faces murder charge Maesaiah Thabane, wife of Lesotho’s Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, appears in court charged with murdering his previous wife two days before he took office in 2017, in Maseru, Lesotho, February 5, 2020. REUTERS/Marafeale MohloboliThe wife of Lesotho’s Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, Maesaiah, is set to go on trial on February 18 after she was charged with the murder of the Prime Minister’s former wife, Lipolelo, a magistrate said on Wednesday.The killing occurred two days before the Prime Minister’s inauguration for a second term, and two years after a court ruled that the deceased, Lipolelo, was the lawful first lady and entitled to benefits.Maesaiah was also charged for the attempted murder of Thato Sibolla, a friend of Lipolelo who was wounded at the scene.Maesaiah arrived in court amidst heavy security and faced the magistrate before being taken into custody, according to an account by a Reuters reporter. The Prime Minister did not attend the hearing.Maesaiah was subsequently released on a 1,000 maloti ($67) bail.According to the charge sheet, Maesaiah “did unlawfully and with intent to kill fire a gunshot at one Thabane Lipolelo and inflicted on her gunshot wounds”.A warrant of arrest was issued against Maesaiah on January 10 after she did not present herself for questioning in connection with the murder and fled to neighbouring South Africa. She returned to the country on Tuesday afternoon and surrendered to the police in the capital Maseru.Thabane and Maesaiah got married two months after Lipolelo was shot dead by an unknown assailant near her home in Maseru two days before he was due to be sworn in. Thabane and Lipolelo were in the middle of a bitter divorce and her killing was suspected to be a political assassination.Thabane also announced last month that he planned to step down after senior members of the ruling party accused him of frustrating investigations into the murder. He, however, did not specify when he would resign.Two weeks ago police questioned Thabane over the alleged use of his mobile phone to communicate with whoever was at the scene of the killing.Related Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial Dewani Trial: British Businessman Denies Plot to Murder Wife Ann
EntertainmentLocalNews 2012 Road March King calls for Calypso at WCMF by: – October 31, 2012 97 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share Share Carlyn Xavier (left) and 2012 Road March King, Murphy “Sye” Jno. Jules in performance at the WCMF. Photograph shot by 365 MMPDominica’s 2012 Road March King, Murphy ‘Sye’ Jno. Jules has expressed his disappointment with the exclusion of calypso at this year’s World Creole Music Festival.Sye was part of the Fanatik Band who provided musical accompaniment and vocals for two regional artistes; Fredo of the Seventeen Plus of the USVI and Onyan from Antigua, at the festival on Saturday night.He told the press at a post performance press conference that he is very disappointed that calypso did not form part of the lineup.“It hurts my heart this year to see that our first lineup came out and I was on as Road March King of Dominica, and King Dice as four-time calypso King, and then the second lineup came out with our names out”.“We would like to see calypso on the World Creole Music Festival line up every year”.He noted that the World Creole Music Festival stage should be used as one of the mediums to promote Dominica’s local calypsonians and music.“That’s our music, that’s our culture; it’s about promoting our culture”.“The World Creole Music Festival is not just about having visitors here, but when they come they have an opportunity to see us on the world stage, even if it’s a local stage but in itself it is a world stage,” he explained.He acknowledged that the local bands have received exposure and promotion at the festival and therefore calypso should receive the same.“We have other artistes coming here so we need to promote our local artistes not only the bands but our calypso as well”.Dominica Vibes News
Sharing is caring! Grenada’s Timothy Antoine and St. Lucia’s Dr. Hyginus LeonBASSETERRE, St. Kitts, Dec 30 2015 – The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Monetary Council met this week to deal with issues of governance related to the vacancy left by Sir K. Dwight Venner who retired as Governor of the ECCB in November of this year after having served in that post for 26 years, making him the longest serving governor of any Central Bank.The two top candidates for the post of Governor of the ECCB are Grenada’s Timothy Antoine and St. Lucia’s Dr. Hyginus Leon.Dr. Leon received his PhD from the University of Southampton. His research interests are in applied econometrics and finance. He has several published works, has served as Head of Research at the Central Bank of Barbados, served as an Associate Professor at the State University of New York, and is a senior official at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for close to 20 years.Timothy Antoine is an economist by training. He is presently the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance in Grenada.The special session, which was convened to move the process forward in selecting a Governor for the ECCB, was presided over by the Chairman of the ECCB Monetary Council, Victor Banks, Chief Minister of Anguilla. Other Heads of Government in attendance at the meeting included Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris; Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne; Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. Keith Mitchell; Premier of Montserrat, Donaldson Romeo; the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (via teleconference), Dr. Ralph Gonsalves; and Senator Miriam Blanchard of the Commonwealth of Dominica (Representing the Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit). St. Lucia abstained from the meeting.A Search Committee to find a new governor for the ECCB (located in Basseterre, St. Kitts) commenced work on June 5 of this year. The search committee is headed by Sir Errol Allen, who is a native of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He served as Deputy Governor of the ECCB from 1974-2005. Other members of the search committee are Mr. Ewart Williams, Former Governor of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago; Mr. Fitzroy O’Neal, retired banker from Grenada; and Dr. Robertine Chaderton, accountant and retired University of the West Indies Lecturer in Accounting; she is from St. Kitts. 503 Views no discussions Share Tweet BusinessNewsRegional ECCB Monetary Council interviews top candidates for governor post by: Caribbean News Service – December 30, 2015 Share Share
By LARRY GAGESpecial to the PRESSCole Pinkerton and Jason Lowe stretch during practice. Photo by Larry Gage.Practice has started for the Port Isabel High basketball team and optimism is the order of the day. The Press found head coach Mike Hazelton and the players in Tarpon Gym this week working on their shots and getting in basketball shape.“The kids have been doing a good job,” Hazelton said Monday. “We’re trying to get them in basketball shape, and that’s where we’re at for the first few days.”Actually, these guys are ahead of the game when it comes to general conditioning, because they’ve been playing the game and working out in general for months. It only became official last week.“Those games are not always as intense as the high school games, because you’re playing two, three, four games in one day,” Hazelton told the Press. He referred to the summer league games and tournaments most of the players have been playing since last spring. “You only have so much energy you can expend. So, for the most part, you’re trying to condition them for one game a day.”The change in personnel is a constant, year-to-year process: players graduate out of the program, and new ones come up from the freshmen and JV ranks.“We’ve got some kids coming up from JV. I believe they lost three games last year. It’s next man up–that’s just the nature of high school basketball.”“It’s a lot of conditioning and running,” third year Varsity veteran Cole Pinkerton said. “We need to get in shape. We’re just working on the little things right now that are important. We’re not getting too much into plays or anything.”“We’ll start mixing in some different sets and plays as we go along this week,” Hazelton said.“I was ready,” Pinkerton said. “Some people weren’t, and you can tell when they’re gasping for air and asking for water every five minutes. It just takes a little time. Some of the football kids came in today and we’ll see if they’re in condition. The football guys bring a lot of physicality.”“It’s going great,” senior guard Dennis Lozano told the Press. “It’s going to be a different offense this year.”Daniel Rinza talked about team chemistry. “We’re all just getting ready to start the season. I think we started getting the team chemistry going way before our practices started. Our chemistry’s there already. The San Benito tournament gave us a big shot of confidence.”Scrimmages start next week, and the first game will be against Brownsville Jubilee at Tarpon Gym. Share RelatedSenior Hoops Player Lozano Ready to GoBy Larry Gage Special to the PRESS Senior Tarpon basketball player Dennis Lozano can’t wait for hoops season to get here. He is one of those Port Isabel High players who never seems to stop working on his game and trying to get better. The Press found him outside Tarpon…October 18, 2019In “Sports”Tarpon Hoops Practice Starts Next WeekBy Larry Gage Special to the PRESS If we’re in the middle of the district season of football, basketball season can’t be far away. In fact, practice for Port Isabel boys’ hoops is set to start next Wednesday, October 30th. The Press found head Tarpon basketball coach, Mike Hazelton, in…October 25, 2019In “News”Varsity Hoops Player Pinkerton Eager to Get StartedBy Larry Gage Special to the PRESS Cole Pinkerton is ready to go. The third-year Varsity hoops player has been hard at work on his game ever since the end of last year’s basketball season and he is ready to hit the hard court running when practice begins this week. …November 1, 2019In “Features”
Approximately 50 children, ages nine to 14 years from the parishes of St James, Hanover, and Westmoreland were the beneficiaries of a two-day football clinic which was held in Negril by the Real Madrid Foundation and the Sandals Foundation at the weekend.The youngsters, drawn from schools across the parishes, were taken through physical, mental and technical drills under the guidance of world-famous coach, Carlos Gustavo Albert Garcia, of the Real Madrid Foundation in Spain. Garcia has been with the Spanish giants, Real Madrid, for 10 years and working with the Real Madrid Foundation for the last four years. Selection criteria “The selection of the kids was based on not just their abilities, but also their enthusiasm and so forth, and it gives them an opportunity to learn really from the world’s best at the Real Madrid Foundation academy,” Liz Kaiser, director of partnership marketing at Unique Vacations, said.“The partnership between the Sandals Foundation and the Real Madrid Foundation started in the summer of 2018. It was a year in the making. It is important for us not only to bring this opportunity for international guests staying at our resorts but equally important to be able to involve local children because both the Sandals and Real Madrid foundations align so well, and share the same common goals of empowering youth through sports.”Jervene Simpson, regional public relations manager at Sandals Negril Beach Resort and Spa, in outlining the areas from which the youngsters were drawn, said special emphasis was placed on getting participants from all over the region.“We have a number of students from Cove, Rhodes Hall, Green Island, Dias, Cacoon, and then we go into Hopewell, some [ were]sent by the coaches and institutions from St James, then from Westmoreland all over, Orange Hill, Savanna-la-Mar, Llandilo, Negril, so we have pretty much covered the three parishes,” Simpson said. The two-day clinic, which was the first to be staged under the partnership between the Sandals and Real Madrid foundations, was done complimentary for all the participants.“We are going to take it (the clinic) to Turks and Caicos in January, where other resorts are located, and then we will also have two international clinics for guests, who are paying,” Kaiser explained.“This one is open to the children complimentary. For us, it is really an opportunity to not only show them physically but also mentally, skills like confidence, teamwork and perseverance, and those skills will guide them through life.”
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Counseling Early Childhood The forthcoming reopening toolkits will also be robust resources to dig deeper into considerations, best practices, and recommendations around additional critical topics. The following toolkits will be released following this schedule:Tuesday, June 16, 2020TechnologyWellbeing & Mental Health Nonpublic SchoolsAccess & OpportunityPostsecondary Transitions Thursday, June 18, 2020StaffingProfessional Development Governance Friday, June 19, 2020Health & Public HealthSchool ImprovementSafety & Operations NASHVILLE, TN (WLAF) — Today, the Tennessee Department of Education has released the first five reopening toolkits in a series of 20+ topic-specific resources to help guide district leaders in local decision-making for school reopening this fall. In addition to the Overview Guide for LEAs, which serves as a high-level guidance document to provide broad questions and considerations for local districts, there will be 26 toolkits released over the next two weeks focused on key topics to assist Tennessee’s district and school leaders as they make local reopening plans.“These reopening toolkits represent an incredible amount of work done across our districts and the department to gather best practices, recommendations, and information that will help spur critical and creative thinking about how our state—and our nation—navigates a completely new era of education,” said Commissioner Penny Schwinn. “We hope these toolkits provide our district and school leaders with considerations and guidance as they make the best local decisions for the upcoming school year.”The department will continue to update toolkits after release to reflect district practices.Today, these are the first five toolkits that are available for districts to utilize:School Nutrition: By building upon experiences of the spring school closures in 2020, districts should inform strategies on how to ensure continuity of meal services through new and evolving contexts. This toolkit provides an overview for district leaders and local school nutrition directors on strategies and considerations to approach re-opening of schools, exploring alternative nutrition operations, and capturing the best practices from the spring closures.Transportation: School transportation plays a key role in school operations and the opportunities to support student wellbeing. This toolkit provides an overview of considerations, strategies, and resources to help districts ensure that student transportation continues to play a support role to students in keeping them as safe as possible going to and from school.Special Populations: Just as supporting our special populations during school closure required additional intentionality, such will be the case upon reopening. This toolkit focuses on reopening strategies for continuing educational opportunities and services regarding our special populations, including special education and English learners.Finance: Faced with economic uncertainties that may impact district budgets, finance directors will need to rethink fiscal strategies, leverage federal grant flexibilities and opportunities, and pursue competitive grants while maintaining strong internal practices on data quality and fiscal controls. This toolkit will provide district leaders with financial-related action items and considerations for the reopening of schools.Implementation Guide Templates:Tennessee Department of Education Pathway Selection Tool: This tool is designed to assist districts as they review and make plans based off considerations in the reopening toolkits.2020-21 School Calendar Template: This calendar workbook is a template designed to help school districts make decisions on school calendars for the 2020-21 school year. Procedures and videos Monday, June 22, 2020Continuous Learning Plans, Template, and ExampleExpanded Planning ToolThe reopening toolkits, along with other guidance documents and resources, are available to schools and districts on the Tennessee Department of Education’s reopening guidance webpage. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/15/2020-5:30PM)Share this:FacebookTwitter Consolidated Funding Wednesday, June 17, 2020AcademicsCharter Schools Assessing Student Learning
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London: In the wake of the Kovid outbreak, it has been banned from intentionally coughing or spitting on the ground during a football match, a decision taken by the English Football Association.The referee may no longer show a yellow card or a red card for coughing or spitting on the ground near the opponent or near the officials. Coughing and spitting on the ground would be considered similar to the offense of insulting with unnecessary words. Natural cough is not a problem except in the presence of others.
23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams has pulled out of the ongoing French Open as a result of a right pectoral muscle injury.Serena Williams, 36, was initially expected to face rival Maria Sharapova of Russia in the fourth round.While speaking about the reason behind her withdrawal, Serena Williams said: “I’ve had issues with the right pectoral muscle to the point where I can’t serve.”“I’ll have a scan. I won’t know about Wimbledon until I get the results.” she added.According to the three-time French Open champion, she noticed the problem during her third-round win over German 11th seed Julia Gorges on Saturday.The mother of one also talked about how she tried to manage the injury during her doubles match with sister Venus on Sunday.She said: “I tried lots of taping and support to see how it felt in match circumstances.”“It is hard to play when I can’t physically serve. I’ve never had this injury before, I’ve never felt it in my life and it was so painful.“I don’t know how to manage it.” she concluded.Her opponent Sharapova was kind enough to send a message of recovery to Serena Williams as she said: “I wish her a speedy recovery and hope she returns to the tour soon.”Two-time winner Sharapova will now play 2016 champion Garbine Muguruza for a place in the last four as the Spaniard was 2-0 up in the opening set of her match against Lesia Tsurenko before the Ukrainian retired hurt.The top two seeds namely Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki posted different results from their last 16 games.World number one Halep defeated Elise Mertens of Belgium 6-2 6-1 to ensure that the Romanian will now face 12th seeded German Angelique Kerber for a place in the semifinal.Kerber saw off home favourite Caroline Garcia 6-2 6-3 in her last 16 clash.Second seed Caroline Wozniacki has, however, crashed out after she was beaten by Daria Kasatkina of Russia.The Dane suffered a 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 defeat to 14th seed Kasatkina who will now face 10th seeded American Sloane Stephens for the right to secure a last four spot.Related
Related The account of how Manchester United star Paul Pogba inspired France to a crucial win over Lionel Messi’s Argentina has been revealed.France defeated Argentina 4-3 in their round of 16 clash at the just concluded FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia with goals from Les Blues players Kylian Mbappe (2), Antoine Griezmann and Benjamin Pavard, while Angel Di Maria, Gabriel Mercado and Sergio Aguero got the goals for the 1978 and 1986 champions in Kazan.In a TF1 documentary entitled “Les Bleus 2018: au cœur de l’épopée russe” (“The Blues 2018, at the heart of their Russian epic”), Pogba was seen giving the team talk ahead of the game after manager Didier Deschamps had spoken.He was quoted as follows: “The details boys. Fellas! We want warriors on the pitch today.”“I don’t want to go home tonight. Me, this evening, I’m not going home. Tomorrow, we’re staying at the hotel. “We’re going to eat that f—ing sauteed pasta again. I don’t give a s—, we’re not going home. We’re going to finish happy. I want us to have a party tonight.“I want everyone. Today, we run ourselves to death out on the pitch. No one lets anyone else down. No one drops off. On the pitch, we’re all together. Good guys and warriors. Soldiers. We’re going to kill them today, these Argentines. Messi or no Messi, we don’t give a s—.“We’re coming to win the f—ing World Cup. We have to get through this to do that. Come on boys!” He concluded.