“We have positioned ourselves in one of the most promising tourist destinations in the Republic of Croatia, not only because of its great tourist potential in natural and cultural resources, but also because of human resources that with their dedicated work, commitment and enthusiasm successfully respond to the challenges of tourism. are among the most deserving for the fantastic tourist results that we are sincerely proud of “, said Šibenik – Knin County Prefect Goran Pauk during the award ceremony. Recognition City of Skradin – gastro destination 2018.Recognition of the island of Prvić – an authentic coastal destination in 2018.Recognition to the Bisage Travel Agency – contribution to the tourist offer of creative agency programsRecognition to the Karika agency – contribution and promotion of active tourism in the countyRecognition to the Public Institution in Culture – Fortress of Culture – contribution to the improvement of the cultural offer in the destinationRecognition to the Public Institution Nature – contribution to the development of sustainable tourismRecognition Apartments Mediteraneo – family Perković – family accommodation 2018.Recognition of marinas D – Marin Mandalina – contribution to the development of nautical tourismRecognition of Vinko taverns – contribution to the development and promotion of the autochthonous gastronomic offer in the countyRecognition Cantinetta restaurant – gastronomic offer 2018Recognition agrotourism Galjin dvor – contribution to the tourist offer of selective forms of tourismRecognition hotel “King Krešimir IV” – a small boutique heritage hotel 2018.Recognition hotel “Borovnik” – family hotel 2018.Recognition camp Jasenovo – small camp 2018.Recognition Vjeko Bašić – Chef of the Year 2018Mia Deković Award – Tourist Guide 2018Recognition Deni Design – Daniel Hrg – contribution to the brand of the destinationRecognition of the project “Dark side of medieval Šibenik” innovative interpretation of the heritage of the destinationRecognition Regatta Latin Sail – a traditional event in 2018Recognition OK Bench – Studio Idearium – innovation of the yearSpecial recognition to the Chef’s stage event – an exceptional promotion of top gastronomySpecial recognition restaurant Fešta – a special contribution to the gastro brand of the destinationSpecial recognition for the Adventure Šibenik event – event of the year 2018. On the occasion of the Šibenik-Knin County Tourism Day, the Šibenik City Hall today, for the third year in a row, awarded the “Golden Boule” to tourist and catering employees of the Šibenik-Knin County who contributed to improving the tourist offer and raising its quality in 2018. Source / Photo: Šibenik-Knin County List of winners of the “Golden Boule”: For the third year in a row, 23 awards were presented, of which 3 special awards to the most deserving tourist and catering employees of Šibenik-Knin County
30 Oakmont Crescent, Albany Creek.The couple have three married children who have since moved out of home.“We were in the area for 22 years before we bought here, it was a really nice little tight-knit community, which we’ve seen grown,” Mr Hirn said.The home, at 30 Oakmont Crescent, has four-bedrooms and two-bathrooms.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The large study is ideal for those that may need to work from home. 30 Oakmont Crescent, Albany Creek.And its location close to the front door is ideal for those wanting to operate a business from home. For those quiet times there is a separate formal lounge where you can sit back, relax and enjoy your favourite book in front of the fireplace.The separate formal dining area is ideal for entertaining family and friends.The master suite has a large walk-in robe, separate shower and toilet, spa bath and the glass brick feature wall bathes the bathroom in natural light. 30 Oakmont Crescent, Albany Creek.Leslie and Yvonne Hirn have lived at their Albany Creek home for the past 26 years and are ready to downsize and move up the coast.Their architecturally designed and constructed property is on the market for the first time since being built in 1990. 30 Oakmont Crescent, Albany Creek.Mr Hirn said his favourite part of the property was the lovely outlook from the lounge room out into the distance.He said a rumpus room was above a three -car garage which provided an ideal space for a teenager’s retreat or pool room, and providing great separation for parents as well.“It’s a beautiful multipurpose room with an interesting roofline,” he said.“The kids loved to be there.”He said the home would best suit a family with teenage kids.
United travel to Southampton on Sunday for the final game of what has been a truly wretched season. The same squad that won the title by 11 points last year looks set to finish the current campaign in seventh. If that is the case, there will be no European football at Old Trafford next year for the first time in almost a quarter of a century. After such a disappointing year, finishing fourth would be a massive improvement. But midfielder Michael Carrick thinks United should be aiming much higher. “There is no way we are settling for top four – that is not something we do here,” Carrick said after Tuesday’s 3-1 win over Hull. “We can’t celebrate getting into the top four, that’s not worth celebrating. “We want to be challenging right at the top. “I am not saying we are going to win the league next season, but that is what our goal is and anything less is not worth thinking about. “Certainly top four is not something that we will settle for.” United’s new manager, expected to be Holland coach Louis van Gaal, will be handed a huge transfer £150million transfer kitty to add new faces to a squad which has failed in almost every department this term. There will be no raucous celebrations in the Manchester United dressing room next May if they finish fourth. David De Gea, Wayne Rooney and Adnan Januzaj have been the only players to make an impressive contribution to the team all year round. Luke Shaw, Toni Kroos and Edinson Cavani are all on United’s wanted list, as well as Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho. Question marks remain over several United players, including Nani, Javier Hernandez, Alex Buttner and Shinji Kagawa. Interim player-manager Ryan Giggs, who came off the bench against Hull, believes big changes are not required within the playing squad, and Carrick agrees. The England midfielder feels there is talent in the squad, and he is also optimistic that the likes of James Wilson, who scored twice against Hull, and fellow debutant Tom Lawrence, can make an impact next year. “It was good to see those two young boys starting. Both of them did so well and they looked so comfortable,” Carrick said. “James will obviously get the headlines because of his goals but I thought Tom was terrific as well. “This club moves forward all the time and we are always trying to bring players through, groom players and develop them. “You could say this is the start of something else because there are going to be changes between now and next season. “It is easy to say there will be wholesale changes because obviously we haven’t had a good season. But if you look within the squad, there are some good players there. “There probably needs to be some changes in some way because that is natural with the situation we are in at the moment, but you can’t change too much because it is hard.” Carrick still harbours hopes, meanwhile, of making England’s World Cup squad, but team-mate Phil Jones’ chances suffered a blow when he was taken to hospital with a shoulder injury during the midweek victory over the Tigers. The extend of the defender’s problem has yet to be diagnosed but, with Roy Hodgson naming his provisional squad on Monday, there is little time for the 22-year-old to recover. “I can only imagine what it must be like, getting injured so late on,” Carrick said. “It didn’t look great for him and hopefully it is not as bad as it looks but it is a problem at this stage of the season when anyone gets an injury because you are in danger of missing the summer. “The only thing you can say is that he is so young and is that good that the chances will come again, but at this stage it is not going to soften the blow for him. “If that is the case then I am hugely disappointed for him because he obviously doesn’t deserve that. “There is not going to be a team set in stone that is going see the whole tournament through, but for someone to miss out with an injury at this stage is devastating.” While there appears to be others ahead of him in the race for selection, Carrick is keeping an open mind about his involvement in Brazil. “You just have to wait and see. It is up to the manager now to pick his squad,” he added. “There is no point in me saying anything else, really. There is nothing else I can do – we will just have to wait and see.” Press Association