Applications for each individual call, along with other documentation, must be submitted by September 02, 2019. Find out more information on how to apply HERE The City of Knin and the Tourist Board of the City of Knin are implementing the project “Cultural and natural heritage – a resource for tourism development” co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund. Otherwise, the whole story is very simple. The Knin Tourist Board saw the need for the mentioned staff in tourism and decided not to wait for the State or some miracle, found a way to financially close the whole story and make a step forward, ie be a tailor of its tourism development. It’s easy to whine and stick to the status quo and find a hundred excuses. But the difference is made by those who are proactive and who break the status quo. Yes, it can be. This is one little plastic example of how it’s all up to people. An example that will employ 16 people from the Knin area tomorrow and that will ensure quality performance, which is the first prerequisite for long-term development. As part of the project, training will be conducted for a total of 16 people from the area of the City of Knin, namely trainings for: Tourist guide (4 people), Tourist guide (10 people) and Head of the travel agency (2 people). Education is free, and the public invitation applies only to persons residing in the Knin area. Logically, in order to increase the employment of the local population. The trainings are organized in cooperation with the Tourist Board of the City of Knin and the City of Knin, and will be conducted in October 2019. Photo: TZ Knin
ONE of Guyana’s top performers at the Inter Guiana Games (IGG) was yesterday honored for her accomplishments in the games. Joanna Archer, a student of West Demerara Secondary was given a pair of running shoes from her Head Master Harri Narine. The fifth from Arts student, was part of the Guyana Athletics team which dominated Suriname at the National Track at Leonora over the weekend. She competed in the 800m, 1500m and 4x400m relay, and claimed three gold medals from her efforts. According to Narine, this was partly the reason he decided to honor the student athlete.“Over the years Joanna has excelled at track and field events from the time she started school and running years ago, she also excelled at the IGG games,” said Narine.Archer, a member of the Guyana Police Force Running Club, also won the Junior category of the recent 10km Road Race. She also competed this year at the Boyce and Jeffords Classic winning gold in the 800m, 3000m and silver in the International 1500m.The young athlete will be writing 8 subjects at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) next year and according to her “I plan to become an Immigration Officer and continue running under the Police club.”
Officially launched in Barcelona on January 17, the high-performance footwear will be worn by players such as Cesc Fabregas, Mario Balotelli and Marco ReusPuma have announced the launch of evoPOWER, their new boot that will be worn by stars such as Cesc Fabregas, Marco Reus and Mario Balotelli as Europe’s major leagues reach an exciting conclusion.Launched in Barcelona on January 17, the evoPOWER is designed to enhance a player’s natural kicking ability, and also optimise power and accuracy when striking the ball. EvoPOWER features Puma’s most advanced technology to date, including the Gradual Stability Frame (GSF), which allows the boot to bend both ways and be as close to the biomechanics of a bare foot as possible.Fabregas and Reus assisted Puma in the testing of the new footwear, to prove the power and accuracy of the new design. Barcelona star Fabregas said: “Taking inspiration for a football boot from an actual foot sounds like the most obvious thing in the world, but in all the time I’ve spent in football, it’s the first time I’ve heard of this being done. “When you try on these new boots, they are actually quite different to what we have worn before. They are so much more flexible – the way they bend with the natural shape of your foot really helps you to shoot harder.” Borussia Dortmund attacker Reus added: “Shooting from distance is a key part of my game, in open play and free kicks. Having a boot that maximises power in these instances is necessary to help you capitalise on these moments, and this evoPOWER boot gives me a lot of confidence. “I like the thought behind it and have tested it a lot. You can feel a genuine difference – so much so, it actually surprised me. This is a very exciting new boot PUMA have created.”Balotelli was delighted with the feel of the boot, stating: “I’m new to the Puma family, and the football boots they produce were one of the reasons for me signing the deal. The evoPOWER boot impressed me from the first day I tried it in training, I hadn’t really seen a boot like it before. What Puma say about it is true: the flexibility helps create a better contact with the ball and generate really good shooting power.” The evoPOWER boot and the full range of evoPOWER accessories and apparel are launched on February 1.