The state leases former tourist resorts

first_imgThe Ministry of State Property has announced a public call for bids for the lease of real estate, more precisely the lease of former tourist resorts.Former resorts are located in Gradac, Rab, Biograd na Moru and Slano and Igrane. Although the real estate is in a very bad condition and needs a complete renovation, at least according to the photos shown, but as it is a lease of real estate for a period of 30 years, there is certainly enough time to return the investment.The deadline for submitting bids is December 10, 2018, and you can see all the details and a photo presentation of the resort in the attachment.Attachment: PUBLIC INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS FOR LEASE OF REAL ESTATElast_img read more

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Cops calling ‘time’ over CBD drinkers

first_imgNZ Herald 23 Sept 2013A group of the country’s most senior police officers have attacked plans to allow city bars to stay open three hours later than pubs in the suburbs, warning people will hop in their cars and head for the bright lights after drinking at their local.They say it will result in greater drunken disorder, violence and road crashes, but a council discussion paper dismissed their suggestions for changing a booze-swilling culture as unjustified.A deputation of Acting Assistant Commissioner Bill Searle, Auckland City District Commander Mike Clement and prevention manager Inspector Gary Davey met the council before it considered recommendations from the council’s community safety committee.Led by councillor George Wood, a former police manager, the forum proposed a closing time of 3am for bars in the CBD with a one-way door policy starting at 2am for both CBD and city fringe areas such as Ponsonby, Parnell, Takapuna, New Lynn, Albany and Manukau.Maximum trading hours in the suburbs could be 8am to 1am.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11128563last_img read more

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Michel Platini: Uefa president loses suspension appeal

first_imgUefa president Michel Platini has failed in his bid to have his 90-day provisional ban from football lifted.Platini’s request was denied by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Friday, which means the Frenchman will not be allowed to attend the Euro 2016 finals draw in Paris on Saturday.The 60-year-old was suspended along with Fifa president Sepp Blatter in October while corruption claims are investigated.Both deny any wrongdoing.Platini and Blatter will have personal hearings with Fifa’s ethics committee next week, following allegations of a £1.3m “disloyal” payment between Blatter and Platini in 2011.Ethics investigators for football’s world governing body, who handed down the initial 90-day suspension, have recommended a life ban for Platini. Blatter has announced he will stand down from his post, and Fifa’s next president will be chosen at a special congress on 26 February 2016.Platini is one of the favourites to replace him and still plans to stand.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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