The mayor of Hvar introduces order: All deck chairs must be wooden and the umbrellas white

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first_imgThe Mayor of the City of Hvar has made a decision on the appearance of umbrellas and deck chairs for performing economic activities in the maritime domain of the City of Hvar.Thus, according to the decision, there will be no more plastic deckchairs on Hvar, but all deckchairs must be wooden, while all umbrellas must be made of natural materials, white or dirty white fabric without highlighting the inscriptions of sponsors and advertisements. The inscriptions of the companies can be extremely prominent on the lower part of the umbrellas.The decision is in force from 01.01, and the supervision will be carried out by the municipal wardens of the City of Hvar.What should be normal is big news in Croatia. So is the decision of the city of Hvar to finally bring order to the standardized layout of parasols and deck chairs. Unfortunately, this is a rare positive example in our tourist destinations, and the first step should be established when we talk about the strategic development of tourist destinations. Of course how we have to take care of the cleanliness of the city, visual appearance, parking, landscaping, beaches, promenades, to have showers on the beaches and enough trash cans, signage, etc.… this is the first prerequisite for tourism development.When we do not care about performance, quality and no one cares about development, then I have a mess and problems such as “reservation” of beaches with towels, drinking young people, nudity… Tourism is extremely dynamic, complex, heterogeneous, multidisciplinary and vertical and horizontal binds various industries. That is why it is complex and must not be developed by inertia or accident, but only strategically and sustainably.Related news:last_img read more


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first_imgSUBS1 Benjamin Ochan19 Ismail Watenga21 Timothy Awani13 Savio Kabugo4 Ivan Ntege20 Isaac Muleme03 Tom Masiko22 Muzamir Mutyaba23 Milton Karisa3 Bernard Muwanga,9 Geofrey SerunkumaEdrisa LubegaGHANA1 Richard OFORI (GK)4 Daniel Opare17 Lumor AGBENYENU18 Daniel AMARTEY19 Nicholas OPOKU13 Alfred DUNCAN14 Kingsley Sarfo8 Ebenezer OFORI20 Richmond Yiadom5 Thomas PARTEY22 Frank AcheampongStandings Group EEGY – 9ptsUGA – 8ptsGHA – 6ptsCGO – 1 Share on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Tony Mawejje in action against Ghana at AFCON. Uganda were held to a draw.FT:  Uganda ?? 0 Ghana ?? 0Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda Cranes were held goalless by Ghana’s Black Stars in a Group E 2018 World Cup qualifier Saturday.Soccer governing body FUFA had promised each player a bonus of $3000 (SH10.8m) for victory, but Ghana Black Stars matched the hosts for most of the game, to get a result which virtually eliminates both sides from contention.The game ended in controversial fashion, as Ghana put the ball in the net but referee Daniel Bennet ruled the “goal” offside. The Ghanains protested, and at the post match press conference coach Kwasi Appiah was not impressed.“Our goal was cancelled I do not know why. I do not like criticising referees but for the game to grow in Africa, we need good referees,” coach Appiah said.Uganda coach Moses Basena said the team had problems going forward, losing many balls that slowed down their attack options. “We are dissapointed with the result, but we are happy the way we worked. There were people doubting our abilities, but we showed we can take on the best on the continent,” he said.Egypt now have one step in the Russia World Cup finals. They host Congo Sunday.center_img Goalkeeper Dennis Onyango slammed the poor state of the pitch, saying it played a big part in the result. He also blamed the poor pitch for the ball that hit him, went back into play in added time and was scored but disallowed for offside.“How can the national team play a crucial match on a village pitch. It shows how seriously we take the national team,” he said.Mandela National Stadium hosted a crusade two days before the game.#UGAGHA TweetsCRANES LINEUP18 Denis Onyango14 Nico Wadada15 Godfrey Walusimbi16 Hassan Wasswa5 Isaac Isinde12 Denis Iguma6 Tonny Mawejje10 William Kizito Luwagga17 Faruku Miya11 Derrick Nsibambi7 Emmanuel Okwilast_img read more