In addition to the members of the Assembly and the Tourist Board of the Zadar Tourist Board, members of the Zadar County Tourist Board were elected from among the members of the Tourist Board, Messrs. Ivica Katic, Miljenko Rajic and Josip Djurin. Along with the mayor, who in accordance with the Law holds the position of President of the Tourist Board, the newly elected members of the Assembly of the Zadar Tourist Board in the term 2020-2024. years are as follows: Klaudio Grdović – private landlord, Grgo Peronja – private landlord, Lozivka Župan – private landlord, Hrvoje Šestan – Hotels Zadar dd, Danijela Stanic Halapija – Intermod doo- hotel Pinija, Toni Šimac Doo, Allen Barjašić – Borik dd, Lovre Lovrenčić Ltd., Punta Skala doo Goran Sremec Ltd., Punta Skala doo Tomislav Fain – Terra Travel Ltd. Melita Surać – Spar Croatia doo, Dario Ćoza – Crodux derivati dva doo, Luka Ramic – Crodux derivati dva doo, Josip Klišmanić – Zadar Airport doo, Miljenko Rajic – Agram Yachting doo Branimir Peša – OTP banka dd, Ivan Rajić Doo , Interigre doo | Ante Rados – Jadrolinija, Jelka Milosevic – Beta doo Considering that the total share of tourist arrivals and overnight stays in the city of Zadar in private accommodation is as much as 51%, for the purpose of more active involvement of renters in the work of the Tourist Board, the President of the Family Accommodation Expert Group sir Klaudio Grdović. According to the adopted Agenda, the newly elected members of the Assembly of the Zadar Tourist Board voted on the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly, membership of the City of Zadar as a voluntary member in the Zadar Tourist Board and a proposal to amend the Work Program with financial plan for 2020. In accordance with the new Law on Tourist Boards and the Promotion of Croatian Tourism, which entered into force on January 1, 2020, the Electoral Assembly of the Zadar Tourist Board was held today in the Great Hall of the City of Zadar, chaired by the Mayor of Zadar Branko Dukić. From 2020 to 2024, nineteen members of the Zadar Tourist Board were confirmed. At the same time, a new convocation of the Tourist Council was appointed for a term of the same duration. Travel agencies will be represented by Ms. over the next four years Mirjana Šarin from the company Mia Trade doo The current members of the Council are representatives of hoteliers, gentlemen Jasna Čurković i Hrvoje Šestan, trade representative Mr Mario Božulić, transport activities are represented by Mr. Slobodan Erslan, the representative of the caterer is a gentleman Dubravko Milin, and a representative of culture Mr. Renato Švorinić.
Bandari FC’s Abdallah Hassan reacts after scoring his first goal against Nakumatt FC in a Kenyan Premier League clash on April 29, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluBut they got into the lead in the 62nd minute with Hassan dribbling his way into the box and unleashing a bullet of a shot from his left foot that bounced against the inside of the upright before going in.Almost immediately, Nicholas Mejja came close to scoring against his former employers with a scorching freekick from range but it went over.With 10 minutes left on the clock, Bandari had a chance to seal the win off a counter attack but Wadri could not beat Indeche one on one while Shabaan Kenga took too many touches off the rebound allowing the Nakumatt players to fall back and recover.The hosts piled pressure in the final minutes of the game but they could not get back on level terms, the loss sinking them further in relegation.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) Bandari who drew at home against Zoo Kericho in midweek came determined to get back to winning ways and they were off to a flier with Hassan striking the back of the net within the first 10 minutes of the game.However, the determined Nakumatt who are seeking to get off the basement of the standings made a response in the 22nd minute from the penalty spot after Bernard Odhiambo handled inside the box. Mukhekhe stepped forward to send Farouk Shikhalo the wrong way and restore parity.On the other end, Bandari almost went back into the lead with a free kick from a favorable position but David King’atua’s left foot curler went over.It wasn’t a half of many chances and the only other opportunity at goal that was presented was a William Wadri shot off a Hassan pass that went over.In the second period, the visitors once again started faster off the blocks and just six minutes in, they came close with a Collins Agade shot which was however well collected by Lucas Indeche.-Hassan double 0Shares0000Bandari FC skipper Shabaan Kenga attempts to go past Nakumatt’s Faina Jacobs during a Kenyan Premier League clash at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on April 29, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMACHAKOS, Kenya, Apr 29- Abdallah Hassan struck a brace as Bandari cemented their hold on third spot in the Kenyan premier League standings with a 2-1 win over Nakumatt FC at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Sunday afternoon.Hassan’s goals in either half in between Boniface Mukhekhe’s penalty saw the dockers extend to 22 points after 13 matches while Nakumatt’s winless run stretched to 10 matches.
Students at Letterkenny Institute of Technology are giving something back.The Tea, Tuition and Technology is an intergenerational programme in basic computers for the over 55’s at LYIT in association with Age Action. The aim of the ‘Getting Started’ programme is to introduce older people, with little or no previous computer skills to the basics of computers, email and the internet.Learners will be taught onsite at LYIT on a one to one basis by student volunteers from the Friends in Time Community Outreach Scheme which was established by the LYIT Health and Social Society.This one to one tuition will intilally run over a three week period – Thursday March 14 and 21 and Thursday 11 April 2013 from 12.30pm for a two hour duration.Twelve places are offered on the opening phase of this pilot programme and are free of charge. If the interest is there, it is hoped to impliment the course on an ongoing basis within the college and to bigger numbers. Age Action’s Development Manager Pauline Power was contacted by LYIT student, Aaron Nepgen of 4th year Graphic Design, with his proposal of setting up this basic computer skills course for the elderly at LYIT.Pauline says “In Ireland, approximately 300,000 older people over the age of 65 don’t use the computer or the internet. 1 in 4 use computers, but 75% don’t use computers because of a fear of technology. This initiative is a wonderful contribution to helping older people get connected online”Age Action are very appreciative of the support from LYIT president Paul Hannigan and John Andy Bonar, Head of Development of LYIT for facilitating basic computer skills for older people at LYIT, thereby recognizing the need for positive aging campaigns in Ireland.John Andy Bonar says “LYIT are happy to be holding a course of this nature in association with Age Action, where the learning interests of older people will be facilitated at a pace that suits them. Participants will benefit greatly in the capable hands of our student led tuition in the user friendly environment of LYIT.” SU president, David Heraty has also welcomed the initiative and will provide collection and drop off of participants if required. All bookings for participation will also be taken by LYIT Student Union.With technology being prominent to our way of communicating, more and more information is being shared online, with the result that older people are being socially excluded. There is huge demand for computer courses initiatives such as the one starting in LYIT, to bridge these generation gaps as well as to reduce isolation. Older people benefit greatly from being computer literate.It can assist them to stay actively in touch with family at home and abroad via Skype or email. It can be beneficial to keeping an active mind with online card playing or watching videos just a click away. Learning is lifelong and it’s never too late to learn. A local resident, Peter Toner, a retired gentleman from Letterkenny says “It’s great that young students are not only taking it upon themselves to educate older people on basic computer skills, but also taking their civic responsibility towards and having respect for the elderly.”Aaron Nepgen says “he was inspired to initiate such a programme after coming into contact with older people who struggle with technology.”Aaron is amazed at how quick his support network grew to facilitate the launch of the initiative. He is thankful that LYIT president Paul Hannigan and John Andy Bonnar, Head of Development of LYIT are fully committed to the cause.If you are 55 or over, living in the Letterkenny area, and are interested in availing of this free course of one to one tuition in basic computer skills, please contact SU president David Heraty on 074 9186820. Or if you wish to contact Age Action about the initiative, phone Pauline Power, Age Action Development Manager on 01 475 6989. TEA, TUITION AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE LYIT was last modified: March 5th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:LYIT