Three millionth passenger at Split Airport

first_imgSplit Airport is connected with more than a hundred flights a day during the summer months by direct flights of about 60 European airlines, which connect Split as the main center of Dalmatia with 108 destinations in Europe. For the past eight years, Split Airport has seen an increase in the number of passengers every year. Their number rose from 1,2 million in 2010. to last year’s record of 2,8 million, and this year the three millionth passenger and a new record were recorded.Thus, last week, on October 25, the three millionth passenger was welcomed at Split Airport for the first time in history, and he arrived on flight OU 413 of Croatia Airlines from Frankfurt.This is the result of a positive growth trend in the number of passengers and air traffic, especially in the summer. Namely, Split Airport in the first nine months recorded an increase in passenger traffic of 10% compared to the same period last year. In July alone, almost 700.000 passengers passed through Split Airport, which is also a record number of passengers in one month in the history of not only Split Airport but also other airports in Croatia.Low cost carriers are the most important group in Split, bringing as many as half of passengers to Resnik. Works on the reconstruction and upgrade of the passenger terminal, which is being expanded by an additional 35 square meters, for which the Airport has partially provided its own funds, should be completed by the 2019 season.According to previous announcements by airlines, the growth trend in passenger and aircraft traffic will continue in the off-season.Tourist records of Split-Dalmatia CountyAccording to the eVisitor system and the SDŽ Tourist Board, 431.504 arrivals and 2,117.324 overnight stays were realized in commercial accommodation in Central Dalmatia in September, which is an increase of 9 percent in arrivals and 1 percent in overnight stays.In the first nine months, 3.231.624 arrivals (an increase of 8 percent) and 16.928.079 overnight stays (an increase of 5 percent) were realized in commercial accommodation. The most numerous guests in the first nine months are Poles with 308 thousand arrivals and 2,3 million overnight stays and Germans with 2 million arrivals, which grew by 6 percent in arrivals and 2 percent in overnight stays. Significant growth in arrivals and overnight stays in the first nine months compared to last year was recorded from the US market, with 25 percent in arrivals and 23 percent in overnight stays, as well as Scandinavian, British and French guests.Split-Dalmatia County is a record holder in Croatian nautical tourism with 1,34 million overnight stays by boaters in the first nine months, or almost half of all nautical overnight stays made in Croatia.last_img read more

Mikel Arteta’s stance on David Luiz amid Arsenal exit speculation

first_imgAdvertisement David Luiz could leave Arsenal at the end of the season after less than a year at the club (Picture: Getty)David Luiz could be on his way out of Arsenal less than a year on from his acrimonious move from Chelsea. The experienced centre-half was deemed surplus to requirements by Frank Lampard following a falling out during pre-season and was promptly sold to Arsenal on the final day of the summer transfer window. Luiz signed a one-year deal which included an option for a second season but Arsenal are yet to trigger an extension, which means the 33-year-old could walk away for nothing at the end of the season. The Brazil international performed erratically during the first half of the campaign under Unai Emery, but he has been one of Arsenal’s outstanding performers since the appointment of Mikel Arteta in December. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAccording to ESPN, Arteta is keen to retain the services of his most senior outfield player who has featured on 10 occasions in the Premier League since he took over from Emery. Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 27 May 2020 8:18 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.2kShares William Saliba is set to return to Arsenal from Saint Etienne imminently (Picture: Getty)Reports earlier this week claimed the former Arsenal captain was willing to entertain offers for three other central defenders, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Rob Holding and Shkodran Mustafi, with William Saliba due to join from Saint Etienne and Pablo Mari’s loan deal likely to be made permanent. Luiz recently spoke of his desire, meanwhile, to end his career back at Benfica, the club which launched his European career, but has been fulsome in his praise of Arteta recently.‘Mikel is doing amazing, I am enjoying being almost 33 years old and still learning and improving and to see how beautiful football is,’ Luiz told Adidas. ‘Every day he changes something more and how a new idea and philosophy can still improve me as a person, as a player and as a leader.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘Mikel has tried to make us understand where to play and how to play. He gives us a plan: ‘If the team is like that, if there is a low block parking the bus how you can create, take the responsibility to make a risky pass’.‘If the pass arrives there then we create an opportunity and score the goal, if the pass doesn’t arrive there we can win the ball back quickly.‘Mikel, he brings a philosophy where everybody has to think for the best of the club, and make the club shine again. Everybody, not just players, everyone has to breathe this oxygen. It doesn’t matter where or when we lost it, we bring it back.’MORE: Barcelona want just £45m for Arsenal and Juventus target Ousmane DembeleMORE: Lauren reveals how Arsene Wenger started to hide in training after repeated bust-ups between Arsenal starsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Mikel Arteta’s stance on David Luiz amid Arsenal exit speculationlast_img read more

Repost: Secretary Leslie Richards’ Latke Recipe for Hanukkah

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter By: Leslie Richards, Secretary of Transportation Repost: Secretary Leslie Richards’ Latke Recipe for Hanukkah December 17, 2016 Holidays,  The Blog With Hanukkah starting on December 24, we’re reposting Secretary Richards’ blog about her family latke recipe. Chag Sameach!On Hanukkah, those of the Jewish faith celebrate by lighting the menorah and eating traditional fried foods like latkes, which alludes to the significance of oil to the eight-day celebration. My family is big latke fans — our dog’s name is even latke! Every Hanukkah, I make this recipe for my family and friends, and am sharing it with my fellow Pennsylvanians this year so they can enjoy them as much as us. Chag Sameach!Leslie’s Latke RecipeServings: Makes about 20 3-inch latkesIngredients2 extra large eggs1/3 cup of beer½ cup of all-purpose flour1 tsp kosher saltpinch of fine ground black pepper¼ of a Spanish onion, grated1 ½ pounds of Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled and grated1 ¼ cup of light vegetable oil for fryingapplesauce and sour cream for toppingsInstructions1. Whisk together eggs, beer, flour, salt and pepper2. Add the onion and the potatoes to the batter3. In a large skillet, heat ½ inch oil over moderately high heat4. Drop 2 tablespoons of batter (approximately 3 inches in diameter) in oil, turning them once, for 4-5 minutes, or until golden brown5. Drain on paper towelsServe with applesauce and sour cream.Best if prepared right before eating. If you need to prepare them ahead of time, they can be frozen. To reheat, lay out on parchment in a pan and freeze (single layer). Warm in 300 degree oven directly from freezer to oven. HOLIDAYS SHARE TWEET Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more

Real estate experts vote on Brisbane’s best streets

first_imgLizzie Thompson loves walking her dog, Doug, down Brisbane’s best street, Sutherland Ave, at Ascot. Picture: Peter WallisIT’S home to a world famous fashion designer, the head of a giant Queensland company and one of the real estate industry’s stalwarts, and now it has been voted Brisbane’s best street.Sutherland Ave, Ascot, has taken out top honours in the vote by 20 of Brisbane’s leading real estate industry identities as the best street in Brisbane.We asked 20 prominent agents to nominate the best five streets in Brisbane. Their picks were then rated from 1-5 with the top pick achieving five points, then down to the fifth pick achieving one point.4 Sutherland Ave, Ascot is listed for sale through Ray White Ascot. Picture: realestate.com.auUsing this method the very small, exclusive street in Ascot, with only 16 homes, came out tops. But it wasn’t the only one to shine. Beautiful Laurel Ave in Chelmer, which came in second spot, actually achieved more votes in the number one spot than Sutherland Ave.These two were closely followed by Virginia Ave in Hawthorne.Top street picks ranged from inner city Teneriffe to acreage enclaves in Bridgeman Downs.Ray White Ascot, principal Dwight Ferguson rated Sutherland Ave the best for a number of reasons.‘This street is simply stunning in all seasons but particularly spring through to autumn,’’ he said.“It is more a tree-lined promenade boasting classic heritage homes all positioned on very large parcels of land. The owners of these houses are all very house proud and present their properties accordingly.“Very rarely do homes come on the market in this street but when they do they are very sought after. This by far is my favourite street.’’127 Laurel Ave, Chelmer. Picture: realestate.com.auRenowned fashion designer Keri Craig-Lee and her husband Trevor, a leading Queensland business man, have lived there for many years.Ms Craig-Lee loves the street so much she dedicated a number of pages to her home in her newly released book, The Label, The Lady, The Lifestyle.Homes were not often offered for sale in Sutherland Ave, with CoreLogic data revealing some of the properties had been held by the same owners for more than 40 years.The top sale in the suburb was in 2014, when a house changed hands for $10.2 million.Principal of Adcock Prestige, Jason Adcock, put Laurel Ave as his number one pick because it was a beautiful tree-lined street with century old camphor laurel trees on both sides.“It has lovely restored turn-of-the-century grand Queenslanders on large manicured blocks and some homes have absolute riverfront frontage with tennis courts and pontoons.’’Mr Adcock said the demographic of the street was a mix of younger professionals and CEOs with some of the leading lights in the Queensland business world living there.The highest sale price achieved in Laurel Ave was $6 million in 2010.Victoria and Paul O’Neill have lived in Laurel Ave, for 22 years and have listed theirriverfront home for sale.Picture: AAP/ Ric Frearson.Paul and Victoria O’Neill have lived at 127 Laurel Ave for 22 years. They have now listed their home for sale through Jason Adcock.Mr O’Neill said they were initially attracted to the street because it backed onto the river. The long straight road with camphor laurels, which they could walk along also appealed.And he said the street had a “good sense of community’’ with people looking after their homes.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:28Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:28 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p270p270p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAndrew Winter: Location, location, location01:29Tyson Clark of Sothebys, picked Virginia Ave, Hawthorne. “This street has it all and is home to some of the most spectacular homes in Brisbane,’’ he said.Deborah Evans of Deborah Evans Property also rated Abbeyfeale St, Tingalpa.“It’s not a high end street, just a simple everyday Australian street with a fabulous sense of community,’’ she said.“They all get together at Christmas and regularly win the Christmas lights competition.’’DID YOUR STREET GET A VOTE?Sutherland Ave, Ascot 38 Laurel Ave, Chelmer 28Virginia Ave, Hawthorne 25Oxlade Dr, New Farm 20Dickson Tce, Hamilton 16Virginia Ave, HawthorneWhere this home is listed for sale was voted the third most popular street. Picture: realestate.com.auTeneriffe Drive, Teneriffe 13Dornoch Tce, Highgate Hill 9Wendell St, Norman Park 9Adelaide St East, Clayfield 8Garfield Dr, Paddington 7Aaron Ave, Hawthorne 6Moray St, New Farm 6Camelot Place, Bridgeman Downs 5Eldernell Tce, Hamilton 5Enoggera Tce, Paddington 5Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket 5Macquarie St, Teneriffe 5More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoRosebery Tce, Chelmer 5London Rd, Chandler 5Howard St, Paddington 4James Street, New Farm 4R efinery Pde, New Farm 4Rosary Cres, Highgate Hill 4Triverton Place, Bridgeman Downs 4Victoria Ave, Chelmer 4Buena Vista Ave, Coorparoo 4Cochrane St, Paddington 3Flametree St, Bridgeman Downs 3Palm Ave, Ascot 3Richmond St, Chelmer 3View St, Paddington 3Waterline Cres, Bulimba 3Whynot St, West End 3Griffith St, New Farm 2Hill End Tce, West End 2Hillside Cres, Hamilton 2Ironbark Place, Bridgeman Downs 2McNab St, Paddington 2Mortlake Rd, Graceville 2Newstead Tce, Newstead 2Windermere St, Ascot 2Oakridge St, Burbank 2Brisbane Corso, Yeronga 1Hiron St, St Lucia 1Kennedy Tce, Paddington 1Kneale St, Holland Park West 1Laidlaw Pde, East Brisbane 1Retreat St, Bridgeman Downs 1Rosecliffe St, Highgate Hill 1Scott St, Kangaroo Point 1Tristania Rd, Chapel Hill 1Walker Ave, Teneriffe 1Yabba St, Ascot 1Latrobe Tce, Paddington 1Abbeyfeale St, Tingalpa 1last_img read more

Snacking clue to obesity epidemic

first_img 12 Views   no discussions Share Tweet Share Sharecenter_img By Helen BriggsHealth editor, BBC News websiteFoods like pizza are energy denseSnacking and super sizing are two of the dieter’s worst enemies, research suggests.The average daily calorie intake in the US has increased by almost a third in 30 years, reaching 2,374 kilocalories.The influence of bigger portion sizes and excessive snacking outweighs the shift towards high-calorie foods, say experts.Focussing on reducing how much and how often people eat could help tackle obesity, they report in PLoS Medicine.Obesity levels have risen sharply in many western countries since the 1970s. In the US, where the study was carried out, a third of all adults – more than 72 million people – are now categorised as obese.A team from the University of North Carolina analysed data from food surveys carried out in the seventies, eighties, nineties and the last decade.The surveys record all food and drink a person consumes over a 24-hour period.The average daily energy intake of a US citizen increased from 1,803 kcal in 1977-78 to 2,374 kcal in 2003-06.In the last decade of the study alone, the average daily calorie intake went up by 229 kcal.Several factors are involved in energy intake – the number of calories (energy) in a specific amount of food (energy density), portion size and how many meals and snacks a day eaten.The researchers say that while all of these have gone up, increases in the number of eating occasions and portion size seem to account for most of the change.They suggest efforts to prevent obesity should focus on reducing the number of snacks and meals a day as well as portion size.“These findings suggest a new focus for efforts to reduce energy imbalances in US adults,” write Kiyah Duffey and Barry Popkin of the University of North Carolina in the journal PloS Medicine.Commenting on the paper, Dr Áine O’Connor, a scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation said: “Many factors influence total energy intake that can lead to [being] overweight and obesity but it is possible that having more eating occasions through the day, for example by frequent snacking, would increase calorie consumption and so lead to weight gain.“This study also looked at portion size and studies have shown that having larger portions of food leads to an increased intake.“The researchers were based in the US, but many of the factors causing the obesity epidemic there are mirrored in the UK and, for those trying to control their weight, it is important to manage both how much and how often they eat.” HealthLifestyle Snacking clue to obesity epidemic by: – June 29, 2011 Sharing is caring!last_img read more

Ferguson: United needed new faces

first_img Referring to the £59million capture of Di Maria from Real Madrid, he told MUTV: “When you can identify ability like that for Manchester United, they have the resources to do that – fees I never quite equalled but they needed a big injection this year.” On the other signings, he added: “Herrera played against us three years ago for Bilbao, he’s a talented young player and we scouted him quite a lot. He’s quite aggressive for a lad who’s not got a great frame. “I watched Rojo at the World Cup and thought he did well. He’s capable of playing left side or centre back. “Luke Shaw we tried to get when he was 16. They (Southampton) wouldn’t sell him but they always said we’d be the first to know if he did. He’s a talented boy, good footballer and likes to get forward. “Daley Blind is a common-sense footballer, a version of Darren Fletcher a few years ago. And Falcao is the one we’re all waiting to see, he’s got fantastic goalscoring ability.” Despite the big-money arrivals, Ferguson is pleased that Van Gaal has decided to use the club’s academy as well. He added: “The rebuilding of the team, they’ve brought in some good quality which is really important because you need quality at Manchester United, you need the best players. “What’s pleased me about Louis is he’s given about seven of the young kids their debuts, which falls into line with the history of the club. I think the supporters will respond well when a young player gets his opportunity.” Ferguson was often pictured in the stands last season as the man he initially chose to replace him, David Moyes, struggled to get the team performing. There was never anything to suggest Ferguson was influencing Moyes, but he is adamant he has nothing to do with Van Gaal when it comes to first-team affairs. “There’s no ongoing dialogue. He comes into my office sometimes after a game, we have a chat, it’s not a matter of picking up the phone to him as he’s a very capable person, a strong leader. He knows what I’m about but there’s no need for him to phone me,” he said. Ferguson remains a United ambassador and director, as well as filling a number of other roles. He continues to work with UEFA and the League Managers’ Association, but says fewer managers are now calling him for advice, as was often the way in the past. “One or two do, not many. I think they probably think I’m dead!” he said. Press Association Sir Alex Ferguson felt Manchester United needed the injection of talent provided by manager Louis van Gaal and chief executive Ed Woodward. United responded to a poor first season after Ferguson’s retirement by bringing in Van Gaal and underneath him the likes of Daley Blind, Angel di Maria, Radamel Falcao, Ander Herrera, Marcus Rojo and Luke Shaw. The new signings have helped United into the top four already despite some indifferent performances, and Ferguson believes fresh faces were needed. last_img read more

Boruc staying at Bournemouth

first_img “Boruc returns to the Goldsands Stadium, where he spent the majority of last season on loan, following his release from Southampton.” Boruc, 35, joined Eddie Howe’s men on an initial short-term loan in September and helped Bournemouth climb towards the top of the Sky Bet Championship table, leading to an extension in January until the end of the campaign. The Poland international, who kept 18 clean sheets in all competitions, has put pen to paper on a one-year deal, with the option for a further 12 months. He becomes the club’s first summer signing as they prepare for a maiden season in the Premier League, where the former Celtic stopper made almost 50 appearances in three years with Southampton. The goalkeeper helped the Cherries win promotion to the Barclays Premier League this season during a loan spell . A club statement confirmed: “AFC Bournemouth have completed the permanent signing of goalkeeper Artur Boruc on a free transfer. Press Associationcenter_img Bournemouth have signed Artur Boruc on a permanent deal following his release by Southampton. last_img read more

Southampton complete the signing of defender Virgil van Dijk from Celtic

first_imgSouthampton have completed the signing of defender Virgil van Dijk from Celtic. Van Dijk, who moved to Celtic Park from Groningen in 2013, said the “unbelievable” opportunity to play in the Premier League was something he could not refuse. “I’m delighted. It was a very easy decision to join this club,” he told Southampton’s official website. “This is a very ambitious club, who have been doing very well in the last couple of years. It’s a great place to be and it’s the right step for me. “For me now to get the opportunity to play in the Premier League is unbelievable and I will enjoy it. I know it’s an ambitious club – they have been through a lot throughout the years. They are trying to play football and that’s something that really attracted me. “I’m so excited. I hope to settle in really quick, get everything around football sorted, start playing and enjoying it because the most important thing in football is to have fun and enjoy every day.” The Dutchman becomes Koeman’s eighth summer signing following the arrivals of Juani, Cedric Soares, Cuco Martina, Jordy Clasie, Oriol Romeu and Harry Lewis and the loan moves for Maarten Stekelenburg and Caulker. The 24-year-old former Holland Under-21 international has signed a five-year contract with Saints after a successful two years in Scotland. A long-term target of Southampton, Van Dijk will now compete with the likes of Jose Fonte, Maya Yoshida and fellow summer recruit Steven Caulker for a place in Ronald Koeman’s defence. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Men’s basketball: An inside look at the Badger’s recruiting process

first_imgOver the past two decades, Wisconsin men’s basketball has been exceptional,  making 19 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances prior to missing the event last year. While one can credit these accolades on the game plans of Coach Bo Ryan, and now Coach Greg Gard, none of the program’s success would be possible without the ability to recruit elite-level talent from across the country.Assistant Coach Joe Krabbenhoft, who played under Ryan before joining Gard’s staff, explained the importance of the Wisconsin brand in recruiting players.“I think that we offer enough academically, athletically, socially, culturally to the point where, if you’re good enough, there’s no reason you shouldn’t want to be a Badger,” Krabbenhoft said.Despite the nationwide appeal of Wisconsin, the team’s primary pool of talent is still local in the Midwest.When asked, Krabbenhoft acknowledged the need to search beyond Wisconsin’s borders for prospects while still recognizing the talent within the state.Men’s soccer: Badgers’ road woes continue in IllinoisAfter falling to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in tough conditions 3–0 Friday night, followed by a 0–0 draw against Bradley Read…“Recruiting’s gone nationwide. But at the same time, when I talk about priorities or regions, it obviously starts here at home,” Krabbenhoft said.Most of the team’s roster — like starters Ethan Happ, Brad Davison, Brevin Pritzl and Nate Reuvers — remain within the geographic range of Minnesota to Ohio.But that doesn’t mean that Badgers haven’t come from further both now and in the past. In recent years Aleem Ford decided to leave the southern heat of Lawrenceville, Georgia for a chance to be part of Wisconsin basketball.Football: Jonathan Taylor earns Big Ten Player of the Week after dominant performanceJonathan Taylor is back and he’s up to his old Jonathan Taylor antics. Taylor, who opened up the season as Read…Present in the gym when the Badgers were scouting Ohio native D’Mitrik Trice at IMG Academy in Florida, Ford immediately caught the eyes of Badger coaches and vice versa.“You go down to see [Trice] and boom a guy catches your eye and when Wisconsin’s in the gym kids eyes light up,” Krabbenhoft said. “And that’s a good thing, that means people here have done a great job. Players here have represented our university here and our program very well.”At the same time, Wisconsin’s focus on basketball fundamentals and merit-based playing time can make the team appear less appealing than schools that will typically make up their starting lineups from a revolving door of one and done prospects.Volleyball: Wisconsin gets back on track versus North TexasThe University of Wisconsin women’s volleyball team rebounded in a big way as they downed North Texas in a quick Read…When asked, Krabbenhoft dismissed the notion that any incoming players should be guaranteed game action while still affirming that younger players can earn just as much floor time just as upperclassmen.“You can’t predict the future,” said Krabbenhoft. “There are certainly opportunities to be had for all incoming players and all returning players.”Krabbenhoft used last year as evidence that younger players can have a large role with the team citing that there were as many as four freshmen on the floor at times. Davison, Reuvers, Ford and Kobe King were all freshmen who received significant playing time last year.Despite last year being somewhat of an oddity in young players getting significant playing time, Wisconsin has been known for developing their players. In this way, Wisconsin looks more for players with the potential to grow their game in different areas rather than be pure specialists.Football: Jonathan Taylor’s record day gives UW 45–14 win over New MexicoWarming up took a few quarters in Madison Saturday, but Wisconsin found their second-half mojo, eventually thrashing New Mexico 45–14. Read…“I think we were ahead of the time here at Wisconsin in that the game has gone a little bit positionless,” said Krabbenhoft. “You might say we need a bigger wing. Well, that bigger wing could really handle the ball and turn into a point guard. Or that bigger wing could become big and strong enough to play the four and the five.”Though getting these types of versatile athletes is important in continuing the program’s success Wisconsin, Krabbenhoft stressed that before anything coaches will look at how serious athletes are about education and being part of a team rather than solely focusing on individual goals.In the past, Wisconsin’s commitment to academic and personal standards may have cost them talent, but it’s also why they’ve had so much consistency in what has been a very inconsistent era for other top programs.last_img read more