Yesterday, in the Center for Restructuring and Sale, a public opening of binding offers for the purchase of 34.754.768 shares of the company JADRAN dd, Crikvenica was held, which makes 70,74% of the share capital of the Company.In the procedure of public collection of bids for the purchase of 34.754.768 shares of the company JADRAN dd, Crikvenica, 1 (one) joint binding offer was received by the following bidders, namely PBZ CROATIA OSIGURANJE dd mandatory pension fund te ERSTE doo on behalf of ERSTE PLAVI mandatory pension fund.Pension funds offered a price of HRK 199.839.916,00 for the purchase of shares in JADRAN dd, Crikvenica, which are the subject of the sale, which represents HRK 5.908.310,56 higher than the initial price set in the amount of HRK 193.931.605,44, HRK 200.000.000,00 for shares from the sale. The mentioned companies in their binding offer are obliged to recapitalize in cash from their own funds in the amount of HRK 6, they point out from CERP, and they are obliged to recapitalize within XNUMX months from the day of concluding the Sale Agreement and transfer of shares of JADRAN dd, Crikvenica.
The home at 36 Clifford St, Woody Point.A four-bedroom family home in Woody Point has sold for $1 million this month without hitting the market. Brendan Philp of Abode Properties said the sale of 36 Clifford St set a new record for non-waterfront property in Woody Point. It also smashed the record for Clifford St set by No. 18 when it sold for $807,000 in 2011. “The vendors were clients of mine and I knew they had an interest in selling at some point,” Mr Philp said. “When the buyers came to me and I clarified what they wanted, it matched the Clifford St property.” The five-year-old property has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, polished timber floors, stone benchtops and a deck. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Mr Philp said the sale was a sign the Woody Point market was performing well. “The market is very strong at the moment,” he said. “Properties are only lasting a week or two on the market if priced right.”According to CoreLogic, the median house price in Woody Point has increased by 20.7 per cent in the past three years to sit at $448,500. Mr Philp said he was seeing a mixed bag of buyers looking in the area, including investors, Baby Boomers chasing holiday homes, and first homeowners. He said buyers were gravitating towards new homes or properties that had already been renovated. “People are time poor so they are prepared to pay extra for something that doesn’t need work,” he said.
Ghana striker Jordan Ayew says he is honoured to have staged a comeback to the national team ahead of their crucial 2014 World Cup first leg play off against Egypt on October 15.The Olympique Marseille striker has been on a blistering form but was not handed a call up for Ghana’s last game against Zambia despite making himself available for international football.Jordan’s inclusion becomes his first call up to the Black Stars after he was overlooked by coach Kwasi Appiah for the 2013 Nations Cup in South Africa.“It is an honour to be back for the national team because it is the dream of every player to play for his country,” the 22-year-old said. “Every player would love to play in big games like this so is a great honour for me to be handed a call up.“I’m coming back to give my hundred percent for the team and we will see how it goes but we have to be focused and I’m sure there will not be any problem in winning the game.”
A woman from New Richmond, Wisconsin is sending a warning out to other women about checking their merchandise before they purchase it, after she was forced to shave her head because she did not realize the bottle of conditioner she purchased had been tampered with.Ashely Rose Robinson told Wcco Chanel 4 that she purchased a bottle of Pantene Pro-V Sheer Volume conditioner last week from her local Walmart, but instead of receiving the thick full body of hair that the bottle promises, her hair began to fall out in clumps.The family now believes that someone may have tampered with the product by mixing it with the hair removal gel, Nair, and put the bottle back on the shelf for an unsuspecting person to purchase.Robinson posted photos of the damage to Facebook saying that the pictures do not do the damage justice. Walmart along with area law enforcement individuals are reviewing the store’s security footage to determine if any bottles of shampoo or conditioner have been tampered with.As for now, Robinson has decided to shave off the rest of her hair but is warning other women to check their bottles to ensure this does not happen to them.
Facebook36Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-PetMeet Milo! He is a 5 year-old, Boxer/Saint Bernard mix, who is a handsome, loving, and smart guy in search of an outdoorsy family. Milo loves rolling in the grass, playing with his jolly ball, and companionship. Milo is healing very well from his late February ACL/Knee Surgery, and although loves a good romp in the yard, he must be leash limited at this time. He is great on walks, keeps a tidy house, likes to BBQ, enjoys his crate with an open door, and loves adult people.Milo wants to be King Dog of your castle! He has the most expressive eyes, accented with manly outlines of black hair, and knows quite a few basic commands, including “sit,” “stay,” “wait”, “release”, “down”, “stack”, and “look at me”. Milo also looks quite stylish in his sock monkey sweater! A fenced yard is required to keep him safe, as he really likes being in the yard, and a grain-free diet to keep him healthy. Come play with me!Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit the Adopt-A-Pet website, our Facebook page or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-432-3091.Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Giants are moving on to the next phase of their search to find Bruce Bochy’s replacement.President of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi has begun notifying candidates of whether or not they’ll receive a second interview for the chance to become the Giants’ next manager. Former Phillies manager Gabe Kapler and current Houston Astros bench coach Joe Espada are reportedly among those who will remain involved in the process.According to Florida-based radio host …
Self-radicalised persons planted bomb on Bhopal-Ujjain passenger train, says U.P. ATS chief Several hours have passed since he made a bold statement about not accepting his youngest son and alleged terrorist Saifullah’s body. Sartaj Khan makes it clear that it was not an angry or a spontaneous reaction. But even as he stands by his decision, he demands that the allegations made by the Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad be proved, for he had never imagined that this day would come.According to a PTI report, Mr. Sartaj said: “A traitor cannot be my son, straight and simple.” He refused to take Saifullah’s body, saying, “A traitor cannot be related to me, let alone be my son.”Saifullah, he says, was indeed the black sheep in the family, despite being the only one among his three sons (Khalid and Mujahid are the other two) to enter college. But the tannery supervisor’s reason to complain was nowhere close to the narrative provided by the police.“His reluctance to support the family by taking up a job was why I was miffed. I can say with surety that there was nothing in his behaviour that suggested he could be a terrorist or even an outlaw,” says Mr. Sartaj. Also Read | Photo Credit: PTI Items recovered after suspected terrorist Saifullah was killed in a 12-hour operation on the outskirts of Lucknow on Wednesday. Religious his brother may have been, but Mr. Khalid never saw signs of radicalisation. “He enjoyed music and a lot of other things that hardliners may not approve of,” he says. Their mother died in an accident in 2014, but the family does not believe that brought about any change in Saifullah.As the conversations with Mr. Sartaj and Mr. Khalid is on, the other members of the family are in the next room. The door is closed and the only sound that can be heard is from the television of people lauding the father’s statement.Mr. Sartaj’s remarkable composure is missing in Mr. Khalid’s response to the tragedy. He says they won’t accept the body because “our father has made the decision and we stand by it.” The narrative too has changed a bit since the encounter in Lucknow. Investigators are now non-committal about the arrested persons being part of the Islamic State. Among other things, the family also wants a probe into the “seizure” of a huge cache of arms from the house where Saifullah was gunned down.The family’s theory is that even in the event of the allegations being true, it was more because of bad influence of others around him, rather than Saifullah’s own inclination towards radicalisation.This is where the focus shifts to the cousins Danish, Faisal and Imran, who were also arrested and are believed to have tipped off the police about Safiullah’s location.“They were welcome here like cousins anywhere else are. If there was anything beyond this, it’s for the police to find out,” says Mr. Sartaj. College dropoutThe strained relations between the father and son persisted for a long time. In between, Saifullah dropped out of Manohar Lal Mahavidyalaya after finishing second year, tried his hand at learning computer accounting and even assisted a lawyer in preparing sales tax cases. But for one reason or the other, stable employment eluded him and, with the passage of time, his father’s impatience only grew.Sitting in the courtyard of their single-storey house next to a mosque in Maqdoom Nagar, Mr. Sartaj recalls that fateful evening when he forced Saifullah to leave. “A couple of months ago we had a huge argument. I slapped him and asked him to leave the house. We never heard from him again,” he says.His eldest son and the only other accessible member of the family Mr. Khalid adds that Saifullah told them before leaving that he would look for opportunities in Mumbai and try to travel to Saudi Arabia for work. It is a rather curious coincidence that Danish, one of Saifullah’s three cousins arrested for allegedly being a part of the same module, left home after a similar argument with his father Naseem, Mr. Sartaj’s elder brother.
VICTORIA – The British Columbia government has launched a two-phase review of BC Hydro in an effort to find cost savings and direction for the Crown utility.The first part of the review is expected to examine ways to save money within Hydro, create new revenue streams in an effort to keep rates low and give the corporation the resources it needs to provide electricity.An advisory group that includes staff from government ministries and BC Hydro will conduct the first review.The government says in a news release that it expects recommendations from the first phase of the review to be complete by this fall.It says the second phase of the review will build on new strategies from the first phase and include ways to ensure Hydro can maximize opportunities around the shift in global energy sectors.The expert panel conducting the second phase would aim to deliver its recommendation to the government by the summer or fall of next year.
This year we will experience a weak El Nino, combined with the Blob ( an area of warmer water temps found in the North Pacific). This means El Nino delivers Pacific air to Western Canada instead of Arctic air (warmer) and the presence of the Blob causes the jet stream to track further north. These two working together give the signal of milder weather.This season, mild Pacific air will be more dominant then cold Arctic air and precipitation should be closer to normal amounts of 190 cm of snow and not the 340 cm received last year.“For the next 7-10 days will be quiet with temperatures going up and down, these are considerably milder days with no severe cold spells as there is a lack of persistent Arctic air,” said Gillham. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – This winter season will be milder than normal temperatures, forecasted as a whole for the region.“Compared to the severity of previous winters this winter will be a bit gentler than normal,” said Doug Gillham, Meteorologist for the Weather Network.To forecast weather, Meteorologists use computer models that are designed to simulate dominant jet stream patterns globally for that upcoming season. By looking back to the past for similar patterns and then applying what happened during that winter, comparing the influence of El Nino and La Nina produces weather forecasts.
Rabat- Spain had been reported to reinforce its military presence in the occupied Chafarinas Islands off the Northern coasts of Morocco, according to Akhbar Al Youm daily in its issue of Tuesday, November 12th.Construction materials and supplies had been transported to the islands few weeks ago in what believed to be an attempt by the Spanish authorities to launch a big project on the archipelago located east of the city of Nador.Reports quoted by the daily suggest that Spain is using the mentioned supplies to build control bridges and other military facilities throughout the islands claimed by Morocco. The reports said that the Spanish military forces have been using zodiac boats to transport the supplies from the occupied city of Melilla to the islands in what seems to be preparations for construction work that will take place soon.The same source went on to add that the purpose behind transporting supplies and construction materials to the islands is to build a bay area meant to facilitate the process of emptying and shipping cargos. The building operations are said to be overseen by the 8th brigade of military engineering, a subordinate of the Spanish military directory in Melilla.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed