Hotel complex Haludovo in Malinska from once the best symbol of our tourism to a mockery that has stood and fallen for decades. But, finally, some things are moving from the dead point, ie there has been talk about the activation of this attractive property and the former symbol of the island of Krk.Namely, the Mayor of Malinska-Dubašnica, Robert Anton Kraljić, held a meeting with Mr. Ara A. Abramyan, President of the Supervisory Board of Haludovo, and the meeting presented the intentions of investors to implement the renovation of the hotel complex Haludovo in the amount of 250 to 300 million euros .Great news, but there’s one catch. The investor has one specific precondition regarding the investment of the Haludovo hotel, and it is a request for by approving a closed concession on a maritime domain from Hotel Maestral to Fisherman’s Village. I emphasize closed concessions, which would mean the loss of the coastal promenade, ie the coastal area, our most valuable resource.As Kraljić points out in his statement, the intention of the owner of Halud is to obtain a closed concession with the explanation that this enables a high level of security and top quality offer for hotel guests. “As the mayor of Malinska – Dubašnica, aware of all possible consequences of these long-term decisions, I call on all locals to consider a closed concession, which it brings us positively, and what we lose if such a regime of space use is accepted. On the one hand, the investor firmly assures us that this is the only and biggest obstacle to his upcoming investment, and on the other hand we must be aware that we will lose the coastal promenade that stretches from Hotel Maestral to Ribarsko selo and numerous beaches, which deepens the problem of congestion. narrow coastal area, and the local community loses contact with a significant part of the unique area of our Municipality. Promises for the realization of the Haludovo project were made in previous years, but unfortunately the investments were not realized, which gives rise to a real fear of repeating the same practice. The position of the Municipality is known, we are not in favor of a completely closed concession, and we are willing to discuss a partially closed concession like the one in Čikat Bay on Mali Lošinj. ” Kraljević points out and invites everyone to get actively involved in the public debate on this topic, which is a “cancer wound” of the entire municipality and tourism in general.Public hearing soon. Get involved! As announced, a public hearing should be organized soon, in the period from November 02nd to 15th. 2018, which will be attended by Mr. Arom A. Abramyan, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Haludov, who will personally present the project of the “new Haludov” to the wider community, and point out all the reasons and justification for seeking a closed concession. The exact date and place of the exhibition will be announced to the public at a later date.In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”Source: F-Stop Production
Photo © Twitter Tipperary Ladies Footballers Tipp’s ladies footballers will have to step up to the mark tomorrow afternoon if they’re to beat Clare in the Munster Intermediate Final.The team to face Clare features 5 changes from the starting 15 who beat Limerick in the Munster semi final in June.Seasoned players Emma Buckley, Aisling McCarthy and Aishling Moloney, as well as Caoimhe Condon and Amber Rose Kennedy come ito the side. Their manager Shane Ronayne says Clare have been playing at a high standard all year…Throw in is at 1.15pm at Mallow GAA Complex, and Tipp FM will have updates of the game across tomorrow afternoon.
Right to Dream Academy’s U-18 team has qualified for the semi finals of the ongoing Gothia Cup after thrashing Swedish Mjall by 3:0 in their quarter final clash on Thursday 18th July, 2013.Collins Tanor opened the scoring in the 29th minute before Divine Naah and Aremeyaw Muntari sealed victory for the Old Akrade team with further goals in the second half.Speedster Thomas Yeboah helped set up all three goals for his team by playing the final pass to his teammates.Divine Naah has thus confirmed his status as one of the best strikers in the tournament, scoring four goals in four matches.Ex National Under 17 team captain Thomas Agyepong and Yaw Yeboah have scored two goals each.Gareth Henderby’s team will play the winner of the IF Brommapojkarna vs. Gefle IF game on Friday for a place in the final. The Ghanaian team, who are participating in their first Gothia Cup tournament in the B17 Class category, topped Group 4 following victories over Landscrona, HJK Helsinkin and BK Hacken earlier in the competition.Reports indicate that the U-18’s have received massive support from the Ghanaian community in the Gothenborg area throughout their matches.The team have impressed spectators with their excellent ball movement and speed, coupled with their “alkaida” goal celebrations.RtD has a good reputation in Swedish football following the exploits of some of Academy’s graduates there. Striker Abdul Majeed Waris won the goal king award with Swedish top flight club BK Hacken last season.There are currently four RtD graduates playing in Sweden including David Accam of Helsinborg and the Ostersunds FK trio of Thomas Boakye, Samuel Mensah and Isaac Shaze.
Ghana’s most authentic and credible football talent competition, Airtel Rising Stars is set to begin in Takoradi on the this weekend, Saturday 25th to Sunday 26th July, 2015.The award winning competition will see the Regional Under-15 select teams of the Western and Central regions go head to head in a feisty competition for a slot at the national finals of the tournament hailed by the bigwigs of Ghana football.Anchored on Airtel’s thematic campaign dubbed “Its Now,” Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kwesi Nyantakyi wished all teams the best of competition and talent showcasing during this year’s Airtel Rising Stars.“This is the most important competition in Ghana football. There is so much talent at this Under 15 level. Being identified early means being developed early. Very soon, only players from competitions such as the Airtel Rising Stars which combines football with education will be the ones playing for the national teams. I wish every region well,” the GFA boss concluded.The Takoradi event will feature two male teams from both Western and Central Regions as well as a female team each. The female teams will face off in one single match while the male teams will be locked in a knockout fight for honors. “Airtel Rising Stars is the most potent competition we have in Ghana at the Under-15 level. It is the competition for the year. All the Under 15 players want to be part of it and it means a lot to the players,” said National Juvenile Football competition Chairman, Nii Doku.”In Takoradi, we expect some youngster’s national dream to begin. Both Central and Western Region have strong football traditions. So I tell you my brothers, we know it’s going to be extremely tough,” he continued.”The beauty of Airtel Rising Stars is that the players are so talented and they want to make their families and friends proud of them. So it is the most beautiful spectacle of football you can find,” Nii Doku affirmed.The Gyandu Park will host the Takoradi event, which is one of five zonal competitions preceding the national finals in Sunyani later in the year. Other venues this year for the zonal games of Airtel Rising Stars are Konongo for the Ashanti Region, Tamale for the Northern Region, Wa for the Upper West Region and Denu in the Volta Region.”We want to increase the footprints of Airtel Rising Stars across the country,” said Kwame Gyan, the Brands and Assets Manager of Airtel Ghana. “Very few celebrated or award winning national competitions happen in Wa, Denu or in Konongo and there is certainly no national finals that chooses Sunyani as a shrine. This is Airtel’s way of saying we are willing to spread the efficacy of our network and the beauty of our competition to as many touch points as possible every year,” Mr. Gyan added.From Takoradi, Airtel Rising Stars heads to Konongo which will host the Ashanti and Eastern Regions. Tamale and WA follow in quick succession where Upper East and Northern Regions will compete followed by the Upper West and Brong Ahafo Regions. The Volta Regional town of Denu completes the zonal journey and the national finals will be held in Sunyani on the 29th and 30th August 2015.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports