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first_imgFixBus, the European leader in passenger transport, is expanding its network of international bus lines to Croatia at the beginning of the season.Thus, from Zagreb, which is connected to the most important traffic hubs in Europe, the first direct daily line to Krakow departs. Siófok, Budapest (HU), Zvolen, Banská Bystrica, Donovaly, Ružomberok, Dolný Kubín (SK) and Myślenice (PL) are also connected with the departure at 8 am. Also from 26.4. in addition to the existing lines to Italy, passengers will also have access to Siena and Rome departing at 20:45.”With better transport connections, FlixBus has provided passengers from Croatia, but also all those who are interested in Croatia as one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Europe, the opportunity to travel at very reasonable prices with high quality service. Our goal is to allow passengers unlimited travel across Europe with a single green card . ”Said Dean Čebohin, Business Development Director for FlixBus CEE South Region.Since the entry of FlixBus on the Croatian market in Croatia, almost 120 destinations are currently connected by international lines with 11 European countries directly: Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. Thanks to connections with the most important European transport hubs such as Ljubljana, Vienna, Budapest, Munich, Prague or Bratislava, it is much easier and more accessible for passengers to reach Croatia, and the FlixBus global network currently connects more than 1.700 destinations with over 250.000 daily connections in 27 European countries. . Thus, Croatia, as part of the FlixBus green network, has become available to an increasing number of passengers.Fast, simple and quality service available to everyone suitable for the target group between 18 and 35 yearsWith the digitalization of the bus industry, FlixBus has managed to bring its services closer to all age groups, but mostly young people between 18 and 35 who are looking for a simple, fast and quality service and the ability to buy a ticket regardless of where they are at the moment. Also, FlixBus benefits such as free internet, available socket and comfort and reasonable prices are one of the imperatives of today’s standard of services in passenger transport by bus.Transport connectivity is one of the first prerequisites for tourism to develop, so any news that increasingly connects us to Europe, our main emitting market, is more than excellent for our tourism.</p>
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Topics : “I am very worried but it’s still nice to see them again,” Oh told AFP.South Korea endured one of the worst early outbreaks of the virus — at one point the second-worst hit nation after mainland China — prompting officials to delay the reopening of schools in early March.But it appears to have brought its outbreak under control thanks to an extensive “trace, test and treat” program.Around 440,000 final-year students, who will in December take the university entrance exam that is crucial in the education-obsessed country, are the first to return to schools, with other years following in stages over the next several weeks. Inside the school buildings, students are asked to wipe their desks and sit apart according to social distancing guidelines, with some classes setting up partitions between desks.But 66 schools in Incheon, near Seoul, were closed soon after re-opening and their students sent back home after two pupils were diagnosed with the virus, a spokesman at the Incheon Metropolitan City Office of Education said.The episode illustrates the challenge of reopening schools while at the same time seeking to prevent transmission of the virus.”Concerns over small infection clusters still remain and no one can predict what kind of situation will arise at schools,” education minister Yoo Eun-hae said.The education ministry began operating a 24-hour emergency situation room this week, Yoo said, adding that any schools that report fresh infections will be shut immediately.While final-year students are required to come to school every day, younger pupils will shift between online and offline classes to ensure school buildings are not overcrowded. Hundreds of thousands of South Korean students returned to school on Wednesday as educational establishments started reopening after a coronavirus delay of more than two months.Students lined up for temperature checks and were given sanitizers to wash their hands as they entered school premises while teachers greeted them with smiles and occasional elbow bumps.”It’s really exciting to meet my friends and teachers face to face, but we have to strictly follow the disinfection guidelines,” said Oh Chang-hwa, student president of Kyungbock High School in Seoul. read more


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first_imgGayNZ 27 July 2012Wellington-based activist group The Queer Avengers is calling for a struggle “beyond marriage”, saying while it supports marriage equality, it’s not the end of the line for GLBT rights. While the group supports Louisa Wall’s Bill to introduce marriage equality, it says the community still faces a number of obstacles. Member Sara Fraser says these include bullying, suicide and homelessness among GLBT youth, inadequate access to quality healthcare for trans people and common intimidation and violence in the streets. She adds that there are many family structures which marriage and adoption law does not cover, for example polyamory and whangai adoption. “This is not the final struggle,” Fraser says. “We’re looking ahead to the struggles beyond marriage.”http://www.gaynz.com/articles/publish/2/article_12052.php (Warning – Site contains objectionable material)last_img read more


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first_img Share Hon. Johnson Drigo. Photo credit: GIS NewsThe Cabinet led by the prime minister visited the Petit Soufriere area to assess its response to a natural disaster in that area on Monday.Due to heavy rainfall in November last year severely affected infrastructure, homes and disrupted the lives of many residents of that village. Parliamentary representative for the area, Johnson Drigo told a live interview with DBS Radio on Wednesday that during the visit, member of the Cabinet visited some of the constituents at their homes and were apprised of the many challenges which they face.“We had already decided that some of the families are to be relocated. In fact the Prime Minister took a direct decision to ask one family to evacuate their home and Government will pay the rent for their new location”.Members of Cabinet also visited the San Sauveur Primary School and the Petro Caribe Filling Station which Drigo said has been bringing “tremendous benefit to the fisher folks of that area”.He further reported that construction work on the Petite Soufriere/Rosalie Road link road is ongoing. And will contribute to the employment of several villagers.“There will be a lot of employment for the people of the entire Castle Bruce constituency once we are through with the excavation works presently ongoing. In terms of the culvert, drainage, bridges and the paving of the road we will see tremendous economic benefits for these people because it’s a $20 million project”.He said the 20 million dollar project is expected to bring significant employment opportunities for many persons in these communities.“There will be a lot of employment for the people of the entire Castle Bruce constituency once we are through with the excavation works presently ongoing. In terms of the culvert, drainage, bridges and the paving of the road we will see tremendous economic benefits for these people because it’s a 20 million dollar project”.Dominica Vibes News Share Share LocalNews Castle Bruce MP reports positive outcome from Cabinet visit by: – April 4, 2012center_img Tweet Sharing is caring! 11 Views   no discussionslast_img read more


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first_img Press Association Van Gaal stole a march on his rivals in May when he completed the signing of Depay from PSV Eindhoven for £25million. Paris St Germain offered Depay a fortune, but once he knew he was wanted by Van Gaal, Depay’s mind was made up. Memphis Depay is sure Louis van Gaal will help him realise his dream of becoming an all-time great at Manchester United. “But the important thing to do for me is to focus on the next game, not to be that far in my head because I have to do my job in every game. “Maybe one time I can be a legend. Of course it is an honour to have that positive sound from the fans and the legends that talk about me. I am grateful for that.” Depay has a long way to go before he can be mentioned in the same breath as those United greats. But he feels he has the perfect person at his side to help him kick off that journey in United manager Van Gaal. The two know each other well having worked together with the Dutch national side. Van Gaal gave Depay his Holland debut against Turkey in October 2013 and eight months later he selected the powerful forward in his World Cup squad. Depay, who prefers to be known as ‘Memphis’ as he does not want to be associated with his father, who split from his mother when he was four, declined an invitation to describe Van Gaal as a “father figure” during an interview with the British media in San Jose on Wednesday. But there is no doubt that Depay regards Van Gaal as a brilliant manager who will get the best out of him. “I don’t want to say he is like a father figure,” Depay said. “But he is a great manager. He can make players better. “I feel I will be a better player every time I train with him. I feel stronger. I feel fit. That is one of the things he can really do to you. “Everything he tells me to do better I can take that in my mind and work on it. I am very young and I want to do everything better so I become a better player.” Depay has not set himself any personal targets this season, but he has one aim for the team – to challenge for the Barclays Premier League title. “I think that is realistic. We are Manchester United,” he said. “I think we have real qualities. We have to prove that in the games. “We have to be creative. The defence has to be strong so we win games and we can play for trophies.” “After (United) came in for me and I spoke with the manager it was very clear for me. I had already made my decision,” the United forward said. Depay scored 22 league goals for PSV last season and much is expected of him in his first term at United. He has made a promising start. The coaching staff have informed senior officials at board level that Depay has been scoring some excellent free-kicks in training during United’s pre-season tour of the United States, just like he did for PSV. And in the early hours of Wednesday morning, the 21-year-old scored his first goal for the club in the 3-1 friendly win over the San Jose Earthquakes. But Depay is an ambitious person. His aims in life are to dream, believe and achieve – the three words tattooed under his right pectoral muscle. He has plans on becoming one of the best players in United’s long and illustrious history. Former players like Bryan Robson, Denis Irwin and Lou Macari, who described Depay as a “tank”, have all been impressed by the 21-year-old and he wants to leave a lasting legacy at the club. “I am very hungry. I want to be a legend at one time in history,” Depay said. last_img read more


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first_img “We were preparing for the Watford game and in one incident in training, he blocks the ball and it hits him in exactly the same place where he had surgery a few months back. “It was devastating, because he had worked so hard and looked stronger than ever – I don’t think I had seen him looking as powerful and refreshed in the last two seasons. Then there was this big knock. “We still have to find out how long it will be, but it is not going to be just two or three weeks – I think it is going to be a little bit longer than that.” Asked if Baines would need another operation, Martinez added: “We don’t know at this stage, but it could be. “The surgery was to reinforce that ligament in his ankle and we still need to see the real extent of the damage. After the inflammation, we will find out.” Martinez also had news on Everton winger Kevin Mirallas, who was substituted in the second half minutes after appearing to pick up a knock in a challenge with Watford’s Valon Behrami. The manager told evertontv: “He wanted to stay on the pitch, clearly. “But he had a really nasty tackle and we’re going to be assessing him in the next 48 hours. “He tried to stay on, he couldn’t and now we’ll see what the extent of the injury is.” Everton boss Roberto Martinez has described as a “disaster” the fresh ankle setback that looks set to sideline defender Leighton Baines for a considerable period. The club announced on Saturday ahead of their Barclays Premier League opener against Watford that Baines would miss the game having sustained a knock to the ankle on which he had surgery in May, a procedure that forced him to sit out the final two matches of last season. And when asked about the 30-year-old England full-back after Everton’s 2-2 draw with the Hornets, Martinez said: “We don’t know how long he will be out for, but it has been a real disaster. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more


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first_img The 26-year-old joins Seve Ballesteros and Lee Westwood as a three-time winner after picking up the accolade in 2012 and 2014. “When you think of the contributions that Seve and Lee made to European golf over the years, I am delighted to be linked with them at such an early age, and clearly I’m hoping to do enough to win the AGW trophy in future years as well,” McIlroy said. Rory McIlroy has won the Association of Golf Writers’ trophy, becoming only the third player to secure the prestigious award on three occasions. Press Associationcenter_img The four-time major champion was a narrow victor this year, just edging Britain and Ireland’s Walker Cup team, who pulled off a record 16.5-9.5 triumph over the United States’ leading amateurs at Royal Lytham and St Annes in September. Third place went to Englishman Andy Sullivan following his breakthrough campaign on the European Tour when, alongside McIlroy, he was the only three-time winner. The world number three, who was also named European Tour Golfer of the Year earlier this week, triumphed at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai last month to successfully defend his Race to Dubai crown – an honour he also claimed for a third time since 2012. “Winning in Dubai again meant a huge amount to me and enabled me to look at the year as a whole in a different light. It has also given me that bit of momentum going into next season,” McIlroy added. “I’d also like to congratulate our Walker Cup team as well on their stunning success. It must have been a very difficult decision for the golf writers.” last_img read more


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first_imgOfficials in Key Largo, Florida have arrested a 40-year-old man who reportedly became physically and verbally abusive towards them when he was told to get out of the water.The incident occurred Sunday around 3:30 p.m at Gilbert’s Resort.According to the report, officials were called to the area because  several people where jumping off of the docks and into the water in a no-swim zone. When authorities arrived, they found two of the men from the group still swimming in an area where boats come in. Authorities directed the men out of the water and that’s when Yanser Robaina became abusive. Robaina reportedly told the officers “to go [expletive] yourself” and then threatened that they would end up on the news for “hassling” him.Officers then forced Robaina out of the water, put him in handcuffs and walked him to the patrol car.Once inside the vehicle authorities say Robaina began kicking the inside of the door causing damage to the point where the door no longer shuts correctly. Deputies then attempted to put him leg restraints, however, he headbutted an assisting deputy and spit in his mouth. That deputy then threatened to use his stun gun and that is when Robaina to stop fighting. When another deputy grabbed Robaina’s legs to put the leg restraints on Robaina then began kicking that deputy causing the other deputy to shoot him with a stun gun.After Robaina was shot with the stun gun, he stopped resisting arrest altogether.He now faces multiple charges, including resisting a law enforcement officer and felony cocaine possession.last_img read more


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first_imgAUSTRALIA moved into a winning position on a rapid day three of the first Test against Pakistan at the Gabba, though the tourists showed greater grit in their second innings.Starting the day on 97-8 in their first innings, Pakistan ended yesterday on 70-2 in their second innings, with Australia scoring a rapid 202-5 declared in between to stretch their lead to 489.A shocking collapse on day two had put Pakistan behind the eight ball, though Sarfraz Ahmed’s belligerent 59 not out alongside Mohammad Amir (21) and Rahat Ali (4) at least put Australia captain Steve Smith off enforcing the follow on when the tourists were 142 all out, 287 runs in arrears.Smith (63) instead turned the screw with the bat, putting on 111 for the third wicket with Usman Khawaja (74) as Australia batted just 39 overs before hoping for magic under the lights from their bowlers.Azhar Ali (41 not out) ate up deliveries with an assured performance, but there was little sign of those around him being capable of seeing out either a record-breaking chase or block-a-thon.Opener Azhar’s good work was mirrored earlier in the day by Sarfraz, who had faith in allowing Amir to face Australia’s quicks but the tail-ender’s 69-ball resistance was broken when Jackson Bird (3-23) cut him in half and Smith sharply reviewed a not-out decision, which proved a nick on its way to wicketkeeper Matthew Wade.Sarfraz got a deserved fifty off Nathan Lyon but the innings was concluded in the next over as Rahat failed to get his bat on the ground when scampering through for a single and David Warner effected the runout with a direct hit.The hosts were not hanging around as they came out to bat, with Warner (12) and Matt Renshaw (6) both undone while trying expansive efforts.At 24-2 there could have been panic, but Australia were still more than 300 runs in the lead, allowing Khawaja and Smith to settle things down early in their partnership.From 40-2 at tea, the pair put on 95 runs in 106 balls before Smith, who reached his fifty with consecutive fours off Rahat, got a leading edge off Yasir Shah (1-45) to Rahat at long on.Six balls later, Khawaja raised his bat after reaching 50 for the fourth Test in a row and he kept the pedal down alongside first-innings centurion Peter Handscomb before Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq defied his full 42 years to take a superb diving catch and remove Khawaja.Nic Maddinson (4) fell in the over before dinner, when Smith declared, hoping to repeat the 7-24 collapse of the previous day, but it failed to materialise.Not that there was a lack of encouragement for the Australians. Sami Aslam (15) and Babar Azam (14) were removed and Younis Khan failed to score from 19 deliveries that saw him hopping in defence of short balls and tumbling to keep Yorkers out, although Azhar’s 104-ball 41 not out at least showed the tourists have the technique required to compete in the remainder of the series.(Omnisport)AUSTRALIA 1st innings 429 (S. Smith 130, P. Handscomb 105, M. Renshaw 71; W. Riaz 4-89, M. Amir 4-97) Pakistan 1st innings (Overnight: 97-8)S. Aslam c Wade b Bird 22Az. Ali c Khawaja b Starc 5B. Azam c Smith b Hazlewood 19Y. Khan c Wade b Hazlewood 0Misbah-ul-Haq c Renshaw b Bird 4A. Shafiq c Khawaja b Starc 2S. Ahmed not out 59W. Riaz c&b Hazlewood 1Y. Shah c Khawaja b Starc 1M. Amir c Wade b Bird 21R. Ali run out (Warner, Warner) 4Extras (lb-3 w-1) 4Total (all out, 55 overs) 142Fall of wickets: 1-6 Az. Ali,2-43 B. Azam,3-43 Y. Khan,4-48 Misbah-ul-Haq,5-54 A. Shafiq,6-56 S. Aslam,7-66 W. Riaz,8-67 Y. Shah,9-121 M. Amir,10-142 R. AliBowling: M. Starc 18 – 2 – 63 – 3(w-1),J. Hazlewood 14 – 1 – 22 – 3,J. Bird 12 – 6 – 23 – 3,N. Lyon 11 – 2 – 31 – 0.Australia 2nd inningsD. Warner c Riaz b Amir 12M. Renshaw c Y. Khan b R. Ali 6U. Khawaja c Misbah-ul-Haq b R. Ali 74S. Smith c R. Ali b Shah 63P. Handscomb not out 35N. Maddinson c B. Azam b Riaz 4M. Wade not out 1Extras (b-2 lb-4 nb-1) 7Total (for 5 wickets declared, 39 overs) 202Fall of wickets: 1-12 D. Warner,2-24 M. Renshaw,3-135 S. Smith,4-188 U. Khawaja,5-199 N. MaddinsonDid not bat: M. Starc, J. Hazlewood, N. Lyon, J. BirdBowling: M. Amir 8 – 0 – 37 – 1,R. Ali 10 – 1 – 40 – 2Y. Shah 10 – 1 – 45 – 1, W. Riaz 7 – 1 – 47 – 1(nb-1)Az. Ali 4 – 0 – 27 – 0PAKISTAN 2nd innings (Target: 490 runs)S. Aslam c Renshaw b Starc 15Az. Ali not out 41B. Azam c Smith b Lyon 14Y. Khan not out 0Extras 0Total (for 2 wickets, 33 overs) 70Fall of wickets: 1-31 S. Aslam,2-54 B. AzamTo bat: Misbah-ul-Haq, A. Shafiq, S. Ahmed, Y. Shah, W. Riaz, M. Amir, R. AliBowling: M. Starc 8 – 3 – 28 – 1, J. Hazlewood 11 – 8 – 5 – 0,J. Bird 8 – 3 – 24 – 0, N. Lyon 6 – 2 – 13 – 1.last_img read more


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first_img• FORMER England fast bowler Devon Malcolm says it is “really difficult” to come to terms with the death of his father from coronavirus, after not being able to visit him in hospital.Malcolm’s father Albert, who lived in a care home, died aged 75 on 4 April.He had been admitted to hospital with a bladder infection on 29 March and had only tested positive for coronavirus two days before his death.“It’s so sad, we lost him in a few days,” Malcolm told BBC Radio 5 Live.“It’s so difficult when a loved one is admitted to hospital and you are told you can’t visit, you can’t be there for them.“Later on when I got the call to say he had passed, it was a very, very weird feeling.”Malcolm said he last saw his father about a month before his death when he was in “good fettle” and had not visited since because he was adhering to social distancing measures designed to shield the most vulnerable from the virus.“Until you get the death certificate and the reality sinks in, it feels like you’re having a dream and you’ll be out of it in a minute,” added the 57-year-old.“I’m trying to come to terms with it but it’s going to be really difficult.”Malcolm said his father had been responding well to antibiotics to treat the bladder infection but was tested for coronavirus after starting to develop some breathing problems.“It’s surreal – you’re told he’s responding well so you think everything is all right, then next you hear you’re told to prepare for the worst and then 20 minutes later, he’s gone,” he said.“We have a date for the funeral but the process is so different now to going through a bereavement in the past,” added Malcolm, whose mother died when he was five.“There are only five people plus the vicar allowed at the graveside.“We’re hoping in the future when we get back to some normality, we can possibly do a proper service, celebrating his life with all his grandkids and his friends.”(BBC Sport)last_img read more