The Helena Smokrović Institution for Health Care and Rehabilitation from Rijeka and Jadran-Galenski laboratorij dd, also from Rijeka, became new members. The Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster has published B2C brochures in English and German. The brochure lists health and dental clinics, tourist boards, educational institutions, travel agencies and hotels, and aims to promote all partners within the Cluster, as well as to promote a destination (although additional information on tourism facilities is missing) that offers a complete health tourism product. You can download the brochures in the attachment. The second week (November 12 and 13) will be held for the eighth time in a row Crikvenica International Health Tourism Conference, and for the first time virtually with English speakers. It is the largest regional conference on health tourism, which will again bring together world-renowned experts in the field of health, tourism, marketing and education. The Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster brings together members from the medical, tourism and university sectors and related services with the aim of creating a recognizable and competitive health tourism product at the local and international level. Kvarner health Tourism guide / Health & Holidays at a place Also, it is good to emphasize that the cluster website, in addition to the Croatian language, provides information in English, German, Russian and Italian. Kvarner health TOURISM CLUSTER / Health & Holiday all in one place The membership of the Cluster has expanded and now has 32 members Attachment: Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster – B2C brochures in English and German Photo: Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster / Illustration: HrTurizam.hr
O’Neill said: “These are two very important games in our qualifying campaign and we are looking forward to them. “The players are all now back in action with their respective clubs and will be ready for these games. “We will be training at the new FAI National Training Centre in preparation for the trip to Faro to take on Gibraltar and the home game against Georgia at Aviva Stadium. “The facilities are very impressive and we look forward to making this our training base for all future international camps.” Sheffield Wednesday’s Keiren Westwood is one of five goalkeepers named in the provisional party along with David Forde, Shay Given, Darren Randolph and Rob Elliot, with O’Neill confident he will be fit after bruising a kidney during Saturday’s 2-1 Sky Bet Championship defeat by Ipswich. There is a place too for Sunderland defender John O’Shea, who will hope to win his 105th and 106th international caps despite not yet kicking a ball in anger for his club so far this season. The two games, while on paper perhaps the least taxing of the Republic’s Group D campaign, are crucial if they are to maintain any hope of qualifying for next summer’s finals in France. The 1-1 draw with Scotland at the Aviva Stadium in June represented a significant blow to their chances of claiming even a play-off berth, and they can afford no slip-ups if they are to remain in the mix. Press Association Bournemouth midfielder Eunan O’Kane has earned a first senior call-up for the Republic of Ireland for next month’s Euro 2016 qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia. O’Neill’s men currently sit in fourth place in the group on nine points, two behind the Scots in third with Germany on 13 and leaders Poland on 14. Ireland won 2-1 in Georgia, thanks to an Aiden McGeady double, and beat Gibraltar 7-0 in Dublin at the start of the campaign in September last year, and they need maximum points once again to send them into their final two games in October – at home to Germany and in Poland – with their dreams still intact. Squad: David Forde (Millwall), Shay Given (Stoke), Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday), Darren Randolph ( West Ham), Rob Elliot (Newcastle), Richard Keogh (Derby), Marc Wilson (Stoke), Seamus Coleman (Everton), Cyrus Christie (Derby), John O’Shea (Sunderland), Alex Pearce (Derby), Ciaran Clark (Aston Villa), Paul McShane (Reading), James McCarthy (Everton), Jeff Hendrick (Derby), Stephen Ward (Burnley), Greg Cunningham (Preston), Harry Arter (Bournemouth), Glenn Whelan (Stoke), Eunan O’Kane (Bournemouth), Aiden McGeady (Everton), James McClean (West Brom), Alan Judge (Brentford), Robbie Brady (Norwich), Anthony Pilkington (Cardiff), Stephen Quinn (Reading), David Meyler (Hull), Wes Hoolahan (Norwich), Robbie Keane (LA Galaxy), Shane Long (Southampton), Daryl Murphy (Ipswich), Jon Walters (Stoke), Kevin Doyle (Colorado Rapids), Anthony Stokes (Celtic), David McGoldrick (Ipswich), Adam Rooney (Aberdeen), Simon Cox (Reading). The 25-year-old was one of three uncapped players – Brentford’s Alan Judge and Adam Rooney of Aberdeen are the others – included when manager Martin O’Neill announced a provisional squad of 37 on Tuesday afternoon. O’Kane’s club-mate Harry Arter, who made his debut in the friendly draw with England in June, is included despite missing the first two games of the Cherries’ campaign as he recovers from hip and groin injuries.
A man has revealed how a gang tried to take him to his bank to withdraw cash when he said he didn’t have money to buy tools they were selling.Pair tried to take man to cash machine to withdraw money.The man contacted Donegal Daily saying he felt intimidated by the two men whom he said were acting in a hostile and aggressive manner.The man, who lives in the Dungloe area, said the pair were traveling in a red van when they called to his home and did not have local accents. He revealed “They were selling a various selection of tools.“These men were of medium to large build. (One was larger than the other.) Approximately 5 foot 10 inches in height.“They did not have a local accent. I believed it to be a southern type of accent.“They were aggressive, bully-like, forceful and “In Your Face” in nature. “They went on and on in an attempt to make a sale of the selection of tools they were carrying. I continued to reject their offers. I didn’t want to buy anything.“After I refused the sale and said I had no money and would not like to buy anything, they continued to interject asking “You must have money somewhere?” I said, “No”, I didn’t.The man said the pair then offered to take him to his bank to use his bankcard.“I said, “No”. They then continued to ask for every type of payment, including cheque and loose cash. I said “No, I don’t want to buy anything”.“They became aggressive and rather forceful. The more and more I had to decline their offer of tools, the more and more I felt threatened. “They were very dominant. Finally, they got the message to leave my property and while leaving said to me, “We’ll not f***ing come back here again”.The man said he believed the pair were a danger to the community and urged people not to have anything to do with them and to contact Gardai immediately.“They were aggressive and forceful. They are not to be trusted. I urge you all not to have any dealings with them and not to entertain them in any way.“If you’ve had the same experience, I urge you all to report them immediately,” said the man. COMMUNITY ALERT: WARNING ISSUED AS PAIR TRY TO TAKE MAN TO BANK TO WITHDRAW CASH was last modified: January 18th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:aggressivebanklinkcashdonegaldungloeGardaisalestools