Marco Polo Awards for the best tourist reports

first_imgThe winner of the Marco Polo medallion is Andrea Buče, editor and journalist of HRT. She received the award for the travel series “Stop in Lika”. Among the winners of the Marco Polo medallion is Robert Knjaz for the original promotion of culture and customs in some Croatian regions. The winner of the Marco Polo medal is Miki Bratanić for his special story about the tavern as an important feature of the Dalmatian tradition. The Marko Polo medallion was also awarded to the multinational magazine Prizma, edited by Daniela Draštati, while Vjekoslav Madunuć received the Marko Polo medallion for tourist reports published on the Glas Hrvatske Miris Božića portal in Konavle. Baciu received the award for a series of published radio reports from Morocco, the host country of the FIJET Congress in 2018, while Radmila Kovačević received the award for a successful series of reports and articles affirming Slavonia as a serious and very potent tourist destination. Organized by FIJET Croatia and the Association of Tourist Journalists of the Croatian National Theater, the Marko Polo Awards for the best tourist reports were presented at the Croatian Journalists’ House. The Grand Prix “Marco Polo 2019” was awarded to the editor and journalist and also the president of FIJET Romania Stefan Baci, while the Marco Polo award this year went to Radmila Kovačević, a journalist from Večernji list. Marco Polo medallions were also awarded, so Lana Mindoljević also received this award for her travelogue on the most beautiful continental rivers for swimming and the travelogue “LOŠINJ: fragrant anti-stress therapy on the island of greenery, vitality, dolphins and crystal clear sea”. The evaluation committee for the Marco Polo Awards consisted of Anita Žuvela Hitrec, Hrvoje Zovko and, as president, Ante Gavranović. The award for the best report on Advent in Zagreb 2018 went to my colleague Radmilo Bumbar, a journalist and editor of the show “Serbia I Love”. / / / Radmila Kovačević, Večernji list: Everyone who objects to Slavonia has certainly not been with us yet “As an experienced tourist journalist, she points out the peculiarities of the destination and at the same time emphasizes not only the advantages of Slavonian tourism, but also warns that it should seem that the whole destination should be raised to a higher level. our”, is stated in the explanation of the award. Source: HNDlast_img read more

Ryanair reduced lines to Croatia

first_imgIrish low-budget airline, Ryanair will fly with 40% of planned flights this season, and in its summer flight schedule it has significantly reduced the number of departures to destinations in Croatia, experts from the portal write Croatian Aviation. Pula The line Pula – Brussels starts from July 06 once a week, from August 1 twice a week (previously planned from May 03). Line Pula – London: from July 2 08 times a week (previously planned from May 02 2 times a week), Line Pula – Berlin: from July 10 3 week (previously planned from May 04). Lines from Pula to Frankfurt and Stuttgart are no longer on sale. Split Unfortunately, some of the important lines from Zadar to key destinations are not for sale Zadar Find out more about all lines to Croatia HERE Lines from Zadar to Aarhus, Marseille, Paris, Toulouse, Bremen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Memmingen, Nuremberg, Budapest, Cork, Dublin, Riga, Kaunas, Eindhoven, Maastricht, Gdansk, Krakow, Wroclaw, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Liverpool, London and Manchester not for sale. Line Zadar – Vienna: from July 01 3 times a week (previously planned from May 08), Line Zadar – Brussels: from July 02 1 week, from August 2 times a week (previously planned from May 09), Line Zadar – Prague: from July 04 1 week (previously planned from May 09 2 times a week), Line Zadar – Poznan: from July 05 1 week (previously planned from May 10 2 times a week), Line Zadar – Berlin: from 02 July 1 weekly (previously planned from June 04), Line Zadar – Cologne: from July 05 1 week (previously planned from May 10), Line Zadar – Düsseldorf: from July 04 2 times a week (previously planned from 09 May), Line Zadar – Karlsruhe: from July 04 2 times a week (previously planned from June 03 3 weeks), Line Zadar – Stuttgart: from July 05 1 week (previously planned from June 03 3 times a week), Line Zadar – Bergamo: from July 03 2 times a week (previously planned from June 01). Rijeka – Hahn line: from 01 August 1 weekly (previously planned from 09 May), Rijeka – London line: from 06 July 1 week, from 03 August 2 times a week (previously planned from 01 June). The line from Rijeka to Brussels is no longer on sale. Dubrovnik Dubrovnik – Vienna line: from 02 July 4 times a week (previously planned from 10 May), Dubrovnik – Dublin line: from 01 July 2 times a week (previously planned from 01 June 4 times a week). Line Split – Stuttgart: from July 05 1 week (previously planned from May 10 3 times a week), Line Split – Dublin: from July 04 2 times a week (previously planned from May 10 3 times a week). Rijeka Source: Croatian Aviation / Cover photo: Ryanair, Instagram @fer_lagunalast_img read more

British Airways cancels three of the four routes to Croatian destinations

first_imgThe only British Airways route to Croatia that should operate throughout September is the line between London and Dubrovnik. British Airways has announced operational changes to its flight schedule for September this year, which bring bad news for our tourism sector. The last announced flight on the London Heathrow – Zagreb route is planned for less than two weeks, on Sunday, September 06. All flights in September after the mentioned date are canceled. Apart from the reduced demand due to the current crisis caused by the pandemic, the decision of the United Kingdom that all passengers coming from Croatia are subject to a measure of 14-day self-isolation certainly contributed to this.center_img Namely, British Airways cancels three of the four routes to Croatian destinations in September this year and from London to Zagreb, Pula and Split, reports from Croatian Aviation.last_img read more

Writer doesn’t see impact of racial bias

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion I’m glad that he recognized that the African-Americans have been treated poorly in this country. However, I was dismayed by his obvious lack of understanding of the continually adverse effect of the system of government-sanctioned racial oppression and segregation in the United States. I hope that Mr. Mangino understands that the current person who occupies the White House is taking the country back to a time when racism was the norm.I won’t minimize the progress that African-Americans have made in the United States. Yet, we have to recognize that institutional racism and biases still exist and prevent the level of economic growth and social acceptance that is easily attained by privileged races.This letter in the opinion doesn’t provide enough space to fully explain why Mr. Mangino’s final statement that African-Americans need to start solving their own problems and cleaning up their own house is an uneducated view of the prejudices that are embedded in this culture.Mr. Mangino, maybe it is time for you to examine your own biases and find ways to educate yourself about the reasons why it’s hard to clean up a house that is being constantly flooded with injustices and inequalities that you have been privileged to escape.Maxine BrisportRotterdamMore from The Daily Gazette:Schenectady NAACP calls for school layoff freeze, reinstatement of positionsMotorcyclist injured in Thursday afternoon Schenectady crashEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusSchenectady police reform sessions pivot to onlineEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motorists Re Oct. 7 letter, “U.S. done much for African-Americans”: I generally refrain from making broad assumptions about the author of letters in the opinion page. However, I have to assume that Robert Mangino grew up during the time of Jim Crow or another period in this nation’s history where racism and segregation was the norm. This has skewed his view of African-Americans.last_img read more

The Industrial Agents Society Development Awards 2000

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Industrial – Team Valley is talk of the town

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Grosvenor moves into FM

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DTZ overhauls management division in Asia

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CNC and Merivale get into takeover arena

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Firms opt for safe West End

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