The Zadar Tourist Board has published a public call for co-financing of events in 2018

first_imgThe Tourist Board of the City of Zadar has announced a public call for co-financing the organization and holding of events in 2018 in the area of ​​the City of Zadar.The subject of the Public Invitation is the allocation of grants from the Tourist Board of Zadar for events in the city of Zadar important for tourism, cultural and other offer as a motive for tourists to the destination, which contribute to the following goals: improving tourist stay and enriching the tourist product Zadar, development of contents that enable prolongation of the tourist season, increase of tourist traffic, especially in the pre-season and post-season, promotion of the city of Zadar in the country and abroad, strengthening of the Zadar brand as a tourist destination and contribution to creating a recognizable image of Zadar.The application is submitted electronically to online form i u tiskanom obliku s potrebnom dokumentacijom ističu iz TZ Zadar te dodaju kako se prijave i dokumentacija  dostavljaju preporučeno poštom ili osobno u Turistički ured zaključno s danom 26. February 2018. (Candidates with the date of sending the mail from February 26, 2018 are also considered) to the address of the Zadar Tourist Board, Jurja Barakovića 5, 23000 Zadar, with the indication “Applications for co-financing of events 2018.”See more about the conditions of the public call here:Zadar Tourist Board / Public call for co-financing of events in 2018 Application form along with instructionslast_img read more

Supreme Court Drops PGS Charges Against Armada

first_imgThe Supreme Court has dismissed claims of €9 million from PGS against Armada in connection with the delivery of 3D seismic vessel Polar Duchess.Earlier this year PGS Geophysical (UK) appealed Gulating Court of Appeal`s decision in favor of GC Rieber Shipping’s subsidiary.To remind, in 2012 Arrow (now PGS Geophysical UK) alleged that Armada had acted negligently when the company took delivery of the Polar Duchess in October 2011 and claimed about €9 million in damages.The dispute was first resolved in March 2016 by the Bergen District Court, following which PGS appealed and took the case to another round, where the claim had also been dismissed.According to GC Rieber, the decision is final and Armada will be refunded their legal costs of approximately NOK 7 million in connection with Bergen District Court, Gulating Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court`s appeal committee.Subsea World News Stafflast_img

Women of Troy split first two regular season games

first_imgThe No. 3-ranked USC women’s sand volleyball team split its season opener in the first-ever competition at the brand-new Merle Norman Stadium Sunday afternoon in front of a large home crowd. The Women of Troy (1-1) defeated Loyola Marymount 4-1 and narrowly lost to No. 4 Florida State 3-2.Grand opening · Junior Sam Hirschmann (right) and freshman Sydney Seau (No. 21) fell in close contests to LMU (21-18, 21-19), and also to Florida State (21-19, 21-19). USC still defeated LMU 4-1. – William Ehart | Daily Trojan The Women of Troy opened up the day on a good note by soundly defeating LMU (0-2). USC got off to a good start with the USC pair of junior Brooke Fournier and senior Natasha Siljkovic defeating the Lions’ Ashley Maxfedlt and Taylor Sciocsia in straight sets, 21-13, 21-9. However, LMU would answer the Trojans when Amber Mirabello and Hannah Tedrow swept the USC pair of junior Sam Hirschmann and freshman Sydney Seau 21-18, 21-19.With the match tied at 1-1, the USC’s second-best pair of senior Katie Fuller and graduate student Stevi Robinson came out to sweep the LMU pair of Rachelle Suaava and Anne Marie Taylor 21-15, 21-12 to give the Women of Troy a 2-1 lead that they would not give back.The dual was clinched by USC with sophomores Eve Ettinger and Alexa Stonish defeating Avery Bush and Litara Keli in straight sets 21-15, 21-12.USC’s top-ranked pair of junior Kirby Burnham and sophomore Bria Russ would then put the icing on the cake with a come-from-behind, three-set win over Felicia Arriola and Kenna Crouse, 18-21, 21-15, 15-11, to give the Women of Troy their first win in the new stadium.“That first win was important because I thought that it instilled a sense of confidence in our team, and it was a relief to get that first win under our belt,” Robinson said.In the second match of the doubleheader, USC took on No. 4-ranked Florida State but would struggle to find its groove early, which ultimately proved costly.“I felt we played okay and thought we were a little more nervous than I thought we would be with the whole ambiance of the new stadium — the band, the crowd and not to mention an experienced Florida State team that beat us last year as well,” head coach Anna Collier said.USC’s fourth- and fifth-ranked pairs opened up the dual with losses in straight sets, although they were close throughout. The No. 5-ranked pair of Hirschmann and Seau narrowly lost to the Florida State pair of Kristina and Stephanie Pelliterri, 21-19, 21-19.“We competed in every game against Florida State,” Collier said. “The overall match is really only a difference in four points, which is really good for us with the limited experience that we have.”The Seminoles (2-0) clinched victory by sweeping the pair of Ettinger and Stonish 21-17, 21-10.Even with the match already decided, USC fought back with the top-ranked pair of Burnham and Russ, sweeping its match against the Seminoles. The second-ranked pair of Fuller and Robinson also won its match in a three-set thriller 21-16, 18-21, 15-12.“Obviously, we would have liked to come out with the overall win, but for being a new team and only a few of us having experience from last year, I thought we did pretty well,” Robinson said.In just its second season, the team is already making large strides toward becoming one of the top squads in the country and is currently ranked No. 3. It finished 7-4 last year in its inaugural season. However, experience remains the main issue for the Women of Troy.“We don’t have a lot of beach experience, and these girls are just coming from an indoor program so we don’t have a lot of competitions under our belt,” Collier said. “So bottom line, the best thing for us moving forward is experience.”Senior Natasa Siljkovic of Serbia, who just wrapped up her three-year career as a middle blocker for USC’s indoor team, played her first-ever match of competitive volleyball on the sand Sunday.“For me, this is a whole new experience and a whole different game, but I am really excited to be a part of this team,” Siljkovic said.USC will look to gain more experience on the beach circuit as it participates in another three-team dual against CSU Bakersfield and Grand Canyon University at Merle Norman Stadium on Thursday, March 14. First serve is set for 1 p.m.last_img read more