The strike at Croatia Airlines has been postponed, and the company will perform all planned flights for which 7600 passengers are pre-registered tomorrow, the CA points out.After Croatia Airlines filed a lawsuit in the Zagreb County Court challenging the legality of the announced ORCA strike, which was due to begin tomorrow (Wednesday, August 8), the County Court ruled at today’s hearing on a temporary ban on the strike. the preconditions have been created for all planned flights of Croatia Airlines during tomorrow. Accordingly, tomorrow’s flights of Croatia Airlines on domestic and international routes will be performed according to the regular flight schedule, and it is about almost 100 flights for which 7600 passengers are pre-registered. The court did not make a decision today on the legality of the strike and a new legal hearing is scheduled for tomorrow at 10 am, when the final decision is expected, the CA points out.The management of Croatia Airlines once again calls on the ORCA union to find a mutually acceptable solution for signing a new collective agreement, preserving social peace and protecting the rights of all workers, in accordance with the company’s capabilities and the goal of ensuring financial stability and future planned business activities.
Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT) has selected Konecranes to be the supplier of an automated stacking crane (ASC) system for the second phase expansion of its container terminal in Khalifa Port Container Terminal (KPCT).As informed, ADT has placed an order with Konecranes for a total of 54 automated rail mounted gantry (ARMG) cranes.The value of the deal has not been disclosed.Konecranes has previously delivered 52 ARMG cranes for the first phase of KPCT, which went live in December 2012.The second phase involves a large expansion of the terminal area, infrastructure and container handling equipment including the delivery of 54 Konecranes ARMGs.ADT has, along with Abu Dhabi Ports’ multi-billion-dirham port expansion project and the Khalifa Port South Island project, embarked on the expansion of KPCT. This project will see the terminal’s capacity grow from its current 2.5 million TEU to 5.5 million TEU by 2021.
Real Estate Transfers Week of Sept. 17 – September 18, 2020 Latest Posts Donald Trump Jr. to host Holden campaign event – September 18, 2020 Latest posts by (see all) Bio BELFAST — George Stevens Academy junior John Hassett placed ninth of some 800 runners in the high school cross-country Festival of Champions on Saturday.Hassett completed the 3.2-mile course in 16 minutes and 27.28 seconds (a 5:17.8-minute mile average), leading GSA to an 11th-place finish overall with 387 points.Of the 64 boys’ teams, Scarborough won with 120 points, Cumberland took second with 162, and Falmouth finished third with 187.Two other GSA boys placed among the top 100 finishers: Ollie Dillon, 48th in 17:29.00; and Will Entwisle, 71st in 17:46.58.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe GSA girls also placed 11th (409 points) of 54 teams. La Salle Academy won with 30 points, Orono took second (128 points), and Cumberland finished third (141).Three GSA girls placed among the top 100 of some 600 runners. Eliza Broughton led her team with a 37th-place finish in 20:11:33, Zeya Lorio took 47th (20:27.71) and Mary Richardson finished 63rd in 20:46.79.Mount Desert Island’s Emma Strong placed 75th in 21:02.79.As for other Hancock County teams, the MDI boys placed 39th (1,042 points), the Ellsworth boys took 48th (1,303), and the Bucksport boys finished 60th (1,694).The MDI girls took 31st with 789 points.Find more results at the links below:Girls’ resultsBoys’ results Drive-thru flu shot clinics scheduled – September 18, 2020
MIAMI, Florida – Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) has been named one of the seven national recipients of the African American Youth STEM Initiative Grant from NAF and made possible by the Fund II Foundation.M-DCPS’ selection was based on its compelling plans to expand opportunities in STEM to its African-American student population in the NAF academies. Each school district will be awarded up to $225,000.NAF STEM Academies at three M-DCPS schools: Information Technology and the Engineering Fast Track at American Senior High; Engineering and Health Sciences at North Miami Senior High; and Information Technology at North Miami Beach Senior High will implement strategies and activities across its programs to strengthen corporate, post-secondary and community engagement to offer more internship opportunities to African-American students.Each school also has committed to increasing the number of African-American students achieving NAFTrack Certification, an industry-recognized accreditation, which signals to employers that individuals are uniquely qualified.“This grant will allow us to increase representation from our African-American students, so they are able to achieve successful futures in STEM careers,” said Lisette Alves, Assistant Superintendent, Division of Academics. The African-American Youth STEM Initiative was created to address the cascading effects of low high school graduation rates and the lack of college and career readiness resources for young people in the U.S.The Fund II Foundation provides grants to 501(c)3 public charities to preserve the cultural richness of the African-American experience and to safeguard human dignity by giving voice to the voiceless and promoting human rights. NAF is a national network of education, business, and community leaders who work together to ensure that high school students are college, career, and future ready. For more information about NAF Academies in Miami-Dade County Public Schools, please visit: dcte.dadeschools.net.