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In the first three months, there was an increase in traffic and an increase in revenue on motorways

first_imgIn the first quarter of this year, traffic on 10.014.976 vehicles was recorded on all HAC and ARZ motorways, and tolls were collected in the amount of HRK 455.636.108,00 without VAT, reports Croatian Motorways (HAC).Compared to last year, the number of vehicles increased by 3,56%, and the amount of tolls collected was higher by 9,62%. “The trend of increasing traffic and inflows from tolls in the first quarter is visible on all highways and, what is significant, in all categories of vehicles, despite the very unfavorable weather conditions that prevailed in February.“They point out from Hrvatske autoceste.The highest traffic of 3.631.886 vehicles was recorded on the A3 Bregana-Zagreb-Lipovac motorway, compared to the same period last year, an increase of 5,5%, as well as the largest inflow of tolls collected in the first quarter in the amount of 190.769.521,60. HRK 13,58 without VAT, which is XNUMX% more than last year.Considering the upcoming tourist season as well as the announcements about the daily growth of tourist arrivals, further growth of both revenue and traffic can be expected.</p>
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Registration open for Maine’s largest post-season basketball tournament

first_imgELLSWORTH — Harbor House Community Service Center in Southwest Harbor invites the girls’ and boys’ junior high and high school basketball teams to register for the 24th annual Great Harbor Shoot-Out basketball tournament.The tournament, a fundraiser for Harbor House, has become the largest post-season basketball tournament in Maine, with close to 90 teams participating last year from all around the state.The tournament will take place at area gymnasiums on Mount Desert Island and in Trenton and Ellsworth from Friday, March 18, through Sunday, March 20. There will be four divisions for junior high and high school girls’ and boys’ teams to play in during the three-day tournament.Volunteers are needed to help with the various event activities, such as selling tickets at the door, running the clocks and selling concessions.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor more information on the Great Harbor Shoot-Out, contact event director Diana Novella at 244-3713 or diana@harborhousemdi.org.Sponsorships can be mailed to Harbor House at P.O. Box 836, Southwest Harbor, ME 04679.last_img read more

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Holiday Update – Senior Flyers

first_imgLarson says the current team will be joined by the likes of Tyler Brough, Ryan Carter, and Ryan Manitowich.   He says a few players from the affiliated Dawson Creek Senior Canucks are likely to factor in, including Adam Loncan, Dustin Kersey, Rod Branch, Blair Lefebvre, and Chris Stevens. He says Mark Woolf has moved to Toronto, leaving him out of the picture, though Fort St. John native Mike Hofstrand is still on the radar.As mentioned last week, star-defenceman Kip Noble has joined Dawson Creek for the rest of the season, in what the Flyers brass are calling a mutual agreement.   Larson expects to see Noble in the Flyers lineup when they host Augustana College, and for other exhibition series’ leading up to the Allan Cup. Larson and Adam Brash both say the move will let Noble play more games, and help out the Senior Canucks in the process.Brash also doesn’t seem too concerned about the impact of not having Noble around for practice and regular NPHL games. “He knows what to do. He’s one of those coachable guys that gets it” Brash says. “He doesn’t necessarily need to be instructed at practice, except for just playing with the guys … And he’s used to the guys.” Brash also points out the team now has four strong defencemen to work the powerplay, meaning Noble himself isn’t as vital to the team’s success.One of those defencemen is Gerard Dicaire, who just rejoined the team, after a one-year absence. The former AHL blue-liner says his own preparations are coming along, as he gets back into the flow of competitive hockey. “Slowly” he laughs. “The timing is slowly coming back to me, and I’ve just got to drop a few pounds and get skating and working out a little bit more.” The Flyers have also added Andrew Derton, who in eight games, is now tied with rookie Adam Horst for the lead in team scoring (19 pts in 8 games).Advertisement As the calendar flips over to 2010, the Fort St. John Flyers officially begin the most exciting year in the team’s history.In April, the Flyers host the Allan Cup, meaning they will be playing in the National Championship for the first time.So, how is the team progressing towards its ultimate goal of winning the national championship?- Advertisement -For Coach Adam Brash, the question has two parts. “I believe we have the player personnel that we need to win a championship. We’ve filled the gap … defensively and offensively.” But, Brash says his team’s performance hasn’t been where it needs to be. He says it’s a question of commitment, in a fundamental kind of way. [asset|aid=2319|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=71d35a5e01af09cec7ba4dbdeb6fb904-Brash-committment_1_Pub.mp3]Flyers G-M Rob Larson is also concerned about his team’s focus.   After a loss to Grande Prairie on Dec. 18th, Larson said his team was overconfident, and not taking NPHL games seriously enough. [asset|aid=2320|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=71d35a5e01af09cec7ba4dbdeb6fb904-rob-lolligaggers_1_Pub.mp3]In terms of the January 10th deadline, Larson says he doesn’t have any big changes to mention as of yet.Advertisement Van Nostrand says TSN representatives were quite content with the North Peace Arena on their pre-Allan Cup visit. The plan is now to install a low-emissivity ceiling at the arena just before the Allan Cup, as well as a platform for TSN’s broadcast team and a couple of cameras.He says the Flyers are still waiting to get the City’s permission to hold a beer-garden during the Allan Cup, and provided there are no problems, the area will be on the Southeast corner of the arena (opposite to last time). Van Nostrand says ticket sales are now underway, and he encourages hockey fans to get their tickets as soon as possible. He says the ticket packages currently on sale are a much better deal than single tickets, so it’s worthwhile to get them early.After two weeks off over the holidays, the Flyers kick of January against Augustana College on January 2nd and 3rd. Adam Brash says the series will be an important test for Fort St. John. “They’re going to be conditioned properly. They skate every day, and they’re a college hockey team” he says, adding “They’re going to be fast, they’re going to play their systems.” Brash says it might also be the kick in the pants the Flyers need. “I think these guys are going to get a wake-up call.” Rob Larson says he expects most of the Flyers and some affiliate players will be around for the series, meaning the Flyers will probably dress some different players for each game.Tickets for the exhibition series against Augustana are available at Ernie’s Sports Experts, in the Totem Mall.center_img Noble and Derton, along with Donny Lloyd and Dicaire give the Flyers two exceptional powerplay pairings, something that was missing in their McKenzie Cup loss to Bentley last season.As far as the Savage Cup goes, Larson says Hockey B.C. has a deadline of January 12th to decide when and where the Savage Cup will be held.   He says there will be three teams involved (Fort St. John, Powell River, and Whitehorse) likely in the same format as when the Flyers first won the event (against Powell River and Trail) in 2007.  Of course, it’s not just the team that is preparing for the Allan Cup.    Members of the Flyers executive and Allan Cup Committee have been working tirelessly to make sure everything is ready for when Fort St. John hosts the big event.Flyers President Paul Van Nostrand says preparations continue, and he says the pieces are starting to fall in to place. 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Gunners star to miss Arsenal clash with former side Manchester United

first_img1 Danny Welbeck in action for Arsenal Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Danny Welbeck will miss the Premier League game against his former club Manchester United on Sunday with a knee injury.Welbeck has been forced to miss the last two matches, but the Arsenal manager was hopeful he might be able to return this weekend.The England striker scored at Old Trafford back in March and would have been desperate to face his former team-mates.But Welbeck has failed to make a full recovery and will be sidelined once again.Wenger said: “I would love to have him available but we have to do it without him.“He is short a fraction but is not far away.”last_img read more

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