The countdown continues: Dubrovnik caterers close bars for 60 minutes in the “3 to 12” action

first_imgCaterers: If there are no us, there will be no jobs 4. Access to investment credit lines (HBOR) A survey based on almost 500 caterers from all over Croatia found that almost 60% of caterers recorded a decline in business of more than 50%, and almost 40% face the fact that in these conditions will not survive until next season. On the other hand, as many as 80% of employers will be forced to resort to terminating contracts with employees. World coffee day with free coffee 3. Access to liquidity lines (HAMAG) Survey: 80% of employers will be forced to resort to terminating employee contracts Photo: Kod Kapetana Hvar / Source: Udruženje ugostitelja Split The measures required by caterers are: 1. Suspension of VAT collection until 1.3.2021. 2. Permanent reduced rate of 10% on all food according to the Croatian Tourism Development Strategy from 2013 (according to the law on food – food, coffee, beer, juices, water and wine) center_img The countdown continues: On Wednesday, September 30, Dubrovnik caterers will close the bars for 60 minutes in the “3 to 12” action, but they will also call for free coffee the next day. “If there are no us, there will be no jobs. We do not ask the Government to give us money or give us anything to the detriment of other taxpayers. We just want to be taken less in the name of taxes in the coming years and to be provided with credit lines that we would of course return through business in the coming, hopefully better years. The widely announced credit lines through Hamag Bicra and HBOR have remained empty letter on paper, and commercial banks do not grant loans to vulnerable companies and crafts in their arrangements”Point out the Association of Caterers Dubrovnik. – For the first time, we have decided to activate, unite and ask the Government for concrete measures to save the economy of our city and the whole of Croatia., emphasize from the Association of Dubrovnik caterers. Following the actions “5 to 12” organized by the Association of Caterers of Kvarner and Istria, and “4 to 12” organized by the Association of Caterers Split and colleagues from all over Dalmatia, the Association of Caterers Dubrovnik together with caterers from the area joins the action “3 to 12”. Because of all this, the Association of Caterers Dubrovnik, together with colleagues from the surrounding area, decided to take action. “3 to 12 ”and on Wednesday 30.09. from 11.57 to 12.57 suspend serving your guests to draw attention to the seriousness of the situation. Numerous companies such as travel agencies, agencies for organizing “events”, carriers, shipping companies, laundries, traders, small renters and of course our fellow caterers, without serious proactive measures will not wait until the beginning of next season, they point out. Dubrovnik Restaurant Association and add that the government’s measures to preserve jobs have really helped their employees, but now employers also need help to keep those jobs safe until next season. As a continuation of the action, the next day 01.10. on World Coffee Day, the locals participating in the action will serve coffee to their guests free of charge in the same time period from 11.57 to 12.57. 5. State guarantees for loans with commercial banks, following the example of other European countrieslast_img read more

Fire at New Delhi factory kills 43

first_imgThe factory was making handbags andlots of raw material was stored inside the building due to which the firespread quickly, local media reported. However, no details were immediatelyavailable on the cause of the fire.    The fire was doused and a team ofNational Disaster Response Force was searching the factory to find out if anymore people were trapped, a police official said.(Reuters) Ambulances and a firefighting vehicle responded at the scene of a deadly fire that swept through a factory where laborers were sleeping, in New Delhi, India on Dec. 8, in this still image taken from a video. ANI/VIA REUTERS TV “Till now we have rescued more than 50people, most of them were affected due to smoke,” Delhi Fire Services officialAtul Garg said, adding those injured were admitted in four nearbyhospitals.  MUMBAI – At least 43 people werekilled in India’s capital New Delhi on Sunday when a fire swept through asix-story factory where laborers were sleeping, government officials said.last_img read more

Rajiv Gandhi University on board PM T20 Cup

first_imgTHE Rajiv Gandhi University of Science and Technology (RGUST) is the latest entity to support the sport of softball cricket through sponsorship of the upcoming Prime Minister’s T20 Softball Cup 2019, emphasising the notion that sports and medicine go hand in hand. RGUST has joined a prestigious list of sponsors for the marque softball tournament which is in its third season and runs from November 1 to 3 in Guyana.The tournament, which is organised by the Georgetown Softball Cricket League Inc. (GSCL), has attracted 26 local and international teams across three categories; All-Stars, Masters Over-45 and Legends Over-50.In addition to the male categories, there will be four female teams taking part in two exhibition semifinals on Saturday, November 2. The winners will go on to play on ‘finals day’, Sunday November 3 at Everest Cricket Club (ECC) where the final of all categories will be played.On the same day that RGUST pledged their support, Chung’s Global and P&P Insurance Brokers also handed over their sponsorship. They join Ink Plus, KFC, Elegance Jewellery and Pawn Shop, Banks Beer, I-Bet Supreme, Crown Mining Supplies, Bedessee Sporting Goods, Star Party Rentals, Cyber Sports, Hero and USA Cricket Zone as official sponsors.Overall, more than G$2M is up for grabs with the winning team in each category being guaranteed $500 000.Various venues in Georgetown will be used as the male teams will play a round-robin format before the semi-finalists are determined. On Sunday at ECC, floodlights will be used as matches are expected to run into the night.The Legends category (Over-50 years old) is new to PM T20 Cup while Speed Boat and Regal Masters are both two-time defending champions in the All-Star and Masters (Over-45 years old) categories respectively.last_img read more

Freshman Turris show’s he’s legit

first_imgHail to firewagon hockey.For the first time since Mike Eaves took over the head coaching position of the UW men’s hockey program, the team plays with a high-flying, up-and-down attack.Unquestionably, the 13,500-plus fans who went to the Kohl Center Saturday night have an idea what I mean when I say that the men’s hockey team is exciting to watch. For the rest of you who don’t, and perhaps will never attend a game, you’re about to find out. Of course it’s early in the year, but watching Eaves’ energetic bunch this past weekend made me realize that Insidecollegehockey.com wasn’t kidding when it said this team has talent. First line, second line, third line — it doesn’t matter — these Badgers are going to score.Just look at the numbers put up against Robert Morris College. The Badgers scored 15 goals — eight on power plays — over two games to rip the Colonials 7-2 and 8-2.Nine different players scored at least one point, including six of the seven freshmen who played outside of the net (rookie Scott Gudmandson started in goal for the first time and picked up a win Saturday). Eight of the nine have either scored a point or win.Through four games this season, Wisconsin has accumulated nearly one-fourth of last year’s goal output in one-tenth the time. No, Robert Morris isn’t a great team — nothing like what Wisconsin will see in the WCHA. However, the Colonials are good enough to beat eighth-ranked Boston University, and they’re good enough to contend with many other ranked schools.Statistically speaking, this group has more talent than Wisconsin’s ’99-00 squad that had the likes of NHL stars Steve Reinprecht and Dany Heatley on it. Those offensive-oriented Badgers scored 19 goals in the season’s first four games compared to 22 scored by this year’s team.So too does the 2005-06 championship team pale in comparison. It took it seven games to reach 22 goals.More captivating than the goals they have scored is the way they play. These Badgers remind me of how the Soviets were described in the 1980 Olympics: talented, fast, dynamic — but with the United States’ team’s spirit, innocent and not willing to lose.Freshman center Kyle Turris is simply dazzling. He is everything the program could have hoped for and more (unlike Wisconsin’s last first-round pick, Jack Skille). He beats everyone to the puck with an effortless ease reserved for a soaring eagle, and his awareness is better than the Daredevil’s (whose only superpower is that his other senses are enhanced).All told, Turris’ talents have translated into a national-best 12 points — three more than his closest competition, Kevin Clark of Alaska-Anchorage — in four games.Turris may be the fuel that lights the firewagon hockey the Badgers play, but the crazy thing is he’s not the only one torching the competition.Linemates Brendan Smith and Kyle Klubertanz zip pucks through walls of defenders to find open teammates in front of the net. The two blue liners have combined for three goals and eight assists.And then there’s little Patrick Johnson. The 5-foot-9, 155-pound freshman plays like he’s 6-foot-5, according to UW head coach Mike Eaves; he has the no fear mindset, despite being smaller than just about everyone on the ice. The Madison native and son of former UW and 1980 Winter Olympic great Mark Johnson has provided an instant spark on Wisconsin’s second line, scoring five points.Simply, everyone is the beneficiary of stronger play. Players like sophomore Blake Geoffrion have seen the biggest jump in production. All of last season he scored six points. Saturday alone, he tallied five.“I have to give a lot of credit to my linemates,” Geoffrion said following his career night. “It’s good that they have my back, and we just have to keep it going.”While the season and team are young, don’t let that fool you. Turris and company are rocking, and I’m not sure that anyone can stop them.Kevin Hagstrom is a senior double majoring in journalism and economics. He can be reached to talk firewagon hockey at khagstrom@badgerherald.com.last_img read more