Poznata domaća modna inovatorica i poduzetnica Katarina Džale i poduzetnica Rašeljka Maras, osnažile su osnivački tim s predsjednikom Hrvatske mreže poslovnih anđela (CRANE) Davorinom Štetnerom u daljnjem razvoju projekta pod nazivom Unique Travel Set.Davorin Štetner entered the project as a partner providing additional strength and support to an already successful team that designs and creates functional travel clothing. “Although I did not plan this investment, the girls won me over with their product and clear strategy. These are experienced entrepreneurs with several successful projects behind them and that attracted me the most” Stetner explained the reasons for his entry into the Unique Travel Set.Photo: Crane.hrThe Unique Travel Set is a unique product on the global market, consisting of seven garments for women, which by combining with each other provide comfort, elegance and functional styling for most travel occasions of a few days. The set consists of two types of pants, a dress, a T-shirt, a hat, a belt and removable sleeves, and the total weight of the package is 1,3 kilograms, which makes it an ideal item of clothing for travel. By using one set of clothes, it is possible to spend a few days in different combinations of a set that is resistant to creasing and sweating.The set consists of two types of pants, a dress, a T-shirt, a hat, a belt and removable sleeves, and the total weight of the package is 1,3 kilograms, which makes it an ideal clothing item for travel.”This product was created as a result of my many years of working with women as a fashion designer, where I realized that we all have the same problem, and that is how to pack for the trip so that we have everything with us, so that clothes do not crease and sweat . The result is the Unique Travel Set, a product that is a solution for all women who want to travel comfortably and peacefully, without worrying about luggage, weight of suitcases and carrying too heavy a suitcase”, Added Xhale, the creator of the set. The product was developed a year ago in Croatia, where it is made from the highest quality fabric, and has been tested on more than 50 women around the world over the past period. With their comments and feedback, they enabled a significant improvement of the product itself and its function.Unique Travel Set goes on sale early next year, and the product will be managed by the newly established American company Travel Fashion Lab Inc. owned by Katarina Džala, Rašeljka Maras and Davorin Štetner, with the aim of conquering the global travel clothing market.
The total value of the works is estimated at more than 420 million Euros, and the ministry expects that around 360 million Euros will be non-refundable funds. “That decision is up to the European Commission. If this is not the case, the Republic of Croatia will participate in the missing gap”, Said Butković and removed the connection between the construction of the bridge and the elections, and added that the Pelješac Bridge is a priority of this Government, that previous governments worked on it and that there is a consensus of all political parties on its construction.Photo: Vlada.hrAs for the works so far, all contracts with previous contractors have been terminated as well as the supervision contract. What still needed to be clarified this year was the issue of safe passage, a right that neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina has. This was discussed at a meeting held by Minister Butković in June last year with the Minister of Transport from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He submitted documentation to him, which shows that a joint commission was formed in 2007 and that all the technical characteristics that needed to be met by BiH were implemented in this project. “There are no more doubts and the project can go further,” he said. The Minister stressed that the entire project, which consists of three phases, should be completed by 2021, and if there will be no complaints, the start of construction of the bridge should be in autumn 2017. After the 21st session of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, the press conference was held by the Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Oleg Butković and the Minister of Construction and Physical Planning Lovro Kuščević.After the Government of the Republic of Croatia made a decision on financing the project “Road connection with southern Dalmatia”, Which includes the construction of the Peljesac Bridge, Minister Butković explained the details related to the project. This is a project that includes three phases, and one of those phases is the construction of the Peljesac Bridge, one of the most important infrastructure projects in the Republic of Croatia, said the Minister, and added “Now we have reached a serious stage to start the construction of this large infrastructure project this year, so the Government has made a decision to finance the Peljesac Bridge.“. The total value of all three phases is 420.334.596,00 Euros and these funds, by the decision of the Government, will be provided by the Ministry through 5 budget years. The mentioned phases are: construction of the bridge, construction of access roads and the third phase of the Ston bypass.At the moment, two processes are underway for the Pelješac Bridge; the first process – the tender for the selection of contractors, (two stages of the tender: first stage; legal, financial and technological capabilities of bidders, the second stage; determining the price of the Peljesac Bridge.) and the second process, which involves the application of so-called. major project according to the EC. We remind you that at the end of December last year, the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure received a JASPERS certificate, that the project was well prepared and that the application was in order.Construction of the Peljesac Bridge is expected to begin in the fallRegarding the start of works, Minister Butković announced that they expect the start of construction of the Pelješac Bridge in the fall, after the selection of the contractor, and stressed that the tenders are in two stages. “We are now at the end of the first, if there are no complaints, by June we will have a contractor for the Peljesac BridgeHe said. When asked by a journalist about a case in which investors want to invest in maritime property or port infrastructure and cannot get money from banks because they cannot register as owners, Minister Kuščević answered that the position is clear: “Maritime property is a common good and inalienable owned by the Republic of Croatia. There is no talk of it being privatized or sold. Concession approvals, short-term and multi-year, – yes. Because we have to start using our resources, and so the maritime good. But in accordance with the plan and the law. So it’s a concession, not ownership. “
Economic confidence in the 15-country region crashed this month to its lowest point since August 1993, the European Commission reported. With inflation also falling rapidly, the European Central Bank has not sought to stop financial markets assuming its main interest rate will be cut next Thursday from 3.25% to 2.75% or below.Public ECB comments show the bank remains cautious about the pace of cuts, pointing to a half-point reduction next week – the same as in October and this month. But economic news has been consistently gloomier than expected, strengthening the case for a larger cut. Financial Times
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COMEDYThe ParamountThe Paramount Theater in Huntington welcomes Kreeps with Kids Comedy Show with Robert Kelly, Ron Bennington, Jim Florentine, and Rich Vos on Friday, October 25 at 8 PM. Then, Sunday, October 27 will be Bret Kreischer at 7 PM and 9:30 PM. Head to www.paramountny.com.Bob SagetOn Saturday, October 26, at 8 PM, the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead welcomes a full house to Bob Saget. Grab tickets at www.suffolktheater.com.United We LaughBridging the racial divide through laughter and conversation, Jim “Dr. Love” Banks, Richie Byrne, Wali Collins, Melissa Diaz, Vic Henley. Wednesday, October 30, 7:30 PM at the South Fork United Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, Bridgehampton. Tickets at www.nightout.com/events/unitedwelaugh/tickets.FILMThe Rocky Horror Picture ShowOn Friday, October 25, the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead will have a performance of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at 8 PM. Grab tickets at www.suffolktheater.com.Guild HallGuild Hall in East Hampton will screen “National Theatre Live: All About Eve” on Friday, October 25 at 7 PM and “The Met: Live in HD — Massenet’s Manon” on Saturday, October 26, at 1 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org to learn more.Film & TalkThe Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will have a film and talk on American art in the 1960s followed by a conversation with Parrish director Terrie Sultan and chief curator Alicia Longwell on Sunday, October 27, at 3 PM. Learn more at www.parrishart.org.American DharmaOn Sunday, October 27, at 6 PM, Sag Harbor Cinema will present a special screening of Errol Morris’s “American Dharma” at Guild Hall in East Hampton. Learn more at www.sagharborcinema.org.WORDSOperatif LectureVictoria Bond will lead an Operatif Lecture on Saturday, October 26, at 12 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org to learn more.Writers SpeakStony Brook Southampton hosts Writers Speak on Wednesday, October 23, at 6:30 PM, with Jennifer Acker and Susan Scarf Merrell in the Rakoff Theater. Learn more at www.stonybrook.edu.Quiz NightTownline BBQ in Sagaponack will host Quiz Night every Wednesday at 7 PM with a $10 participation fee. See www.townlinebbq.com.Haunted LibraryOn Saturday, October 26, from 7 to 9 PM, East Hampton Library will turn into a spooky place to be. Learn more at www.easthamptonlibrary.org.THEATERThe Little MermaidSouthampton Cultural Center’s Center Stage presents Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” through Sunday, October 27. For a list of times, and tickets, go to www.scc-arts.org.Little Women The MusicalNorth Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck will offer performances of “Little Women the Musical” through Sunday, October 27. Learn more at www.nfct.com.BaskervilleThe Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue will have a production of Ken Ludwig’s “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery” showing from Thursday, October 24 through November 10. Grab tickets at www.hamptontheatre.org.MUSICPerlman Music ProgramLocated at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island, the Perlman Music Program presents Stires-Stark Alumni Recital on Saturday, October 26, at 4:30 PM, and Works in Progress on Sunday, October 27, at 2:30 PM. Learn more at www.perlmanmusicprogram.org.Silent DiscoOn Saturday, October 26, at 7 PM, the Southampton Arts Center will have a Halloween Silent Disco dance party. Learn more at www.southamptonartscenter.org.Steve EarleWesthampton Beach Performing Arts Center presents Steve Earle in “Portraits” with G.E. Smith on Saturday, October 26, at 8 PM. Buy tickets at www.whbpac.org.Jam Session Radio HourListen in on Peconic Public Broadcasting on 88.3 FM every Wednesday from 7 to 8 PM for the Jam Session Radio Hour. Go to www.peconicpublicboadcasting.org.Little FeatThe Paramount Theater in Huntington hosts Chris Janson with special guest Ross Ellis on Thursday, October 24, at 8 PM; Little Feat on Saturday, October 26 at 8 PM; and Pink Martini on Tuesday, October 29, at 8 PM. Head to www.paramountny.com.Townline TunesTownline BBQ in Sagaponack will have live music every Friday from 6 to 9 PM. This Friday, October 25, will be Out East. See www.townlinebbq.com.Salon SeriesThe Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will host Salon Series: The New Yorkers on Friday, October 25, at 7:30 PM. Learn more at www.parrishart.org.Masonic Music SeriesThe Wamponamon Lodge in Sag Harbor welcomes The Roses Grove Band on Saturday, October 26, and Unsung Heroes on Sunday, October 27, both at 8 PM. Visit www.masonicmusicseries.com.Stephen TalkhouseStephen Talkhouse in Amagansett welcomes Nancy Atlas and friends on Friday, October 25, at 8 PM, and on Saturday, October 26, at 8 PM, will be a Halloween party with Hello Brooklyn at 10 PM. See more at email@example.com Share
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[mappress]Press Release, June 17, 2014 Det norske oljeselskap ASA has signed an agreement with Spike Exploration to swap a 10 percent interest in licence 554/B/C containing the Garantiana oil discovery for a 20 percent interest in license 457 containing parts of the Ivar Aasen deposit, offshore Norway.Licence 457 is located adjacent and to the east of licence 001B (Ivar Aasen, DETNOR 35 percent and operator) on the Utsira High in the North Sea. Following drilling of the Asha discovery in late 2012 it was established that Ivar Aasen extends into licence 457.Unitisation discussions between the Ivar Aasen partners and the 457 licence partners are ongoing, with the aim to conclude such discussions at the end of this month.Licences 554/B/C are located north-east of the Visund field in the North Sea where drilling of the Garantiana-2 appraisal well is ongoing. After completion of the agreement, Det norske will hold 20 percent in licence 457 and 10 percent in licence 554/B/C.“With the Asha discovery entering a development and production phase through the unitisation with the Ivar Aasen field, Spike is pleased to conclude a deal with the operator of Ivar Aasen that will strengthen our appraisal and exploration portfolio, very much in line with Spike’s business strategy of being an exploration company,” said Bjørn Inge Tønnessen, CEO of Spike Exploration.The transaction is subject to approval from the relevant authorities.
Lord Falconer of Thoroton, the former lord chancellor who oversaw the creation of the Ministry of Justice under Tony Blair, is to replace Sadiq Khan as shadow justice secretary, Labour acting leader Harriet Harman revealed today.Khan is leaving the shadow cabinet to concentrate on his campaign to become the Labour candidate for the London mayoral election in 2016.Falconer, 63, was called to the bar in 1974 and made a life peer following the 1997 general election, when he joined the government as solicitor general. As secretary of state for constitutional affairs from 2003 he proposed the abolition of the post of lord chancellor, a plan eventually abandoned because of the constitutional implications.In 2008 he joined the London office of US firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
Print Friendly Version LIVE STATS | LIVE VIDEOABOUT UWF* UWF enters today’s contest with a 13-12 overall record. The Argonauts are seventh in the Gulf South Conference at 10-8 following their 82-52 win at Mississippi College on Saturday. After starting the season 1-5, UWF has gone 12-7 in its last 19 games.* The Argos are 13th in the GSC in scoring with 65.2 points per game and second in scoring defense, allowing just 66.1 ppg.* Cameron Cox scored a career-high 25 points in UWF’s win on Saturday. Cox leads the team in assists with 3.8 apg. He is second in the GSC in assist/turnover ratio (2.6).* Jon Brown has scored in double figures 18 of his 22 games this season. He is fourth in the GSC with 17.5 ppg. He has done a lot of his damage at the free-throw line, where he is first in free throws made (124) and attempted (164), and is eleventh in FT pct. (75.6). He also leads the team in rebounding at 6.4 rpg.* Tarik Mckelphin is second on the in scoring (10.5 ppg) rebounding(5.5 rpg). Daniel Sofield is the Argos’ leading 3-point shooter with 50 made triples, while Brett Carter, Jr. has made 46.2% of his 3-pointers, which ranks second in the GSC.* UWF is 9-3 at home this season and 40-12 in the last four seasons.ABOUT MONTEVALLO* Montevallo is 12-13 on the year and in eighth place in the GSC at 8-9. The Falcons are 4-7 on the road following a 105-74 loss at Valdosta State on Thursday.* UM is 1-9 in its last 10 games after an 11-4 start to the season.* The Falcons are tenth in the GSC in scoring averaging 69.1 ppg and is ranked seventh in scoring defense allowing 71.2 ppg.* Wade Lowman is Montevallo’s leading scorer (15.6 ppg) and also leads the team in rebounding (7.1 rpg) and blocks (30). Parker Jonas is second on the team in scoring (15.2 ppg), rebounding (6.0 rpg) and blocks (13). Malcom Xavier leads the Falcons in assists (67).UWF-MONTEVALLO SERIES HISTORY* Montevallo leads the series 15-4. The Argos have won three of the last five contests.* Earlier this season, the Falcons claimed a 59-57 win in Montevallo. UM led 31-13 with 7:35 to play in the first half before UWF battled back and led 56-54 with 2:15 to play before the Falcons got a 3-pointer and a second-chance putback to go ahead.* UWF has won two of the last three games at the UWF Field House.UWF ATHLETICS VLOG* If you’re looking for fun and lighthearted access to our UWF student-athletes that show’s their personalities away from the courts and fields of competition, then check out the UWF Athletics VLOG at GoArgos.com. Hosts Megan-Grace Gibson, Mya Clark & Hanna Thomas engage their fellow students in How-To videos, interactive games & other exciting adventures.
The President of the Nigeria Referees Association, Tade Azeez, on Friday, urged the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), to hire a foreign coach to re-position the Super Eagles.He said that hiring a foreign coach was the only way for the NFF “since indigenous coaches cannot separate coaching from business’’.Azeez said that indigenous coaches usually had their biases for some players, making such players to feature in tournaments, not minding the implication for the team.“If the board believes they can get a foreigner that will work very well and they know that they have a way of paying the salaries without affecting them, I support the agitation for a foreign coach.“This is because our indigenous coaches cannot separate their coaching abilities from business.“They are all businessmen, who have interest in one player or the other and because they want to make money, they force such players on Nigerians.“That has been the problem with them. “ They are not after the best players representing us and I think as professionals, they should be able to differentiate between coaching and business. I doubt if any of them can do that,’’Azeez said. The Super Eagles have been without a substantive coach since the sudden resignation of Sunday Oliseh.On April 20, the NFF named a Technical Director, Shaibu Amodu, and Salisu Yusuf to take charge of the Super Eagles on interim basis.The duo are expected to lead the Eagles to two international friendly matches against Mali and Luxembourg’s national teams on May 27 and June 1, respectively.Yusuf is to take charge of the team, while Amodu is to supervise.To assist the duo are the coach of Rangers International FC of Enugu, Imama Amapakabo, and Kennedy Boboye, the coach of Abia Warriors FC of Umuahia.Aloy Agu remains the goalkeeper trainer.The match against Mali is to take place at Stade Robert Diochon in Rouen, France, while Luxembourg will host the Eagles in Luxembourg.