Illegal rental of private accommodation is a common occurrence in the heart of the tourist season. A large offer of rooms and apartments, and on the other hand too few inspectors, the wind is behind those who are looking for ways to earn extra money. However, it seems that intensified supervision of the Tourist Inspection awaits us this season. The current State Inspectorate announces that there is a possibility that during the tourist season, some inspectors from regional offices, such as Zagreb, Varaždin and Osijek, will be sent to help their colleagues on the Adriatic. Most inspectors work through regional offices in the area of Rijeka and Split, but branch offices are also organized in places such as Pula, Rab, Crikvenica, Mali Lošinj and Dubrovnik, Šibenik, Zadar and Korčula. The new organization of the Tourist Inspectorate is a significant step forward in the last five years, since the supervision of the registered activity is within the scope of the Customs Inspection. The State Inspectorate ceased operations in 2014, after which the inspections were distributed among the ministries, and tourist inspectors were left without the authority to control illegal accommodation because they were assigned to customs inspectors. Source: Jutarnji.hr Thus, in five years, customs inspectors discovered only 448 cases in which they issued misdemeanor warrants or collected fines to unregistered landlords. Those numbers were significantly higher at the time of the State Inspectorate – according to the latest available data, over a thousand illegal rooms and apartments were sealed in 2009. The State Inspectorate announced that 52 inspectors have been working since April, in charge of supervising unregistered and illegal accommodation, out of a total of 65 jobs that have been systematized within the Tourist Inspectorate for the control of accommodation capacities on the coast, reports Jutarnji.hr. Customs inspectors proved unsuccessful in supervising illegal tourist accommodation, which, as they explained, they went to only on reports, and they were not allowed to enter facilities that were not registered to perform trade activities, Jutarnji reveals.
Nigeria’s women 4x100m relay team on Friday won the country’s fifth gold medal at the ongoing 2018 African Senior Athletics Championships in Asaba.The News Agency Nigeria reports that the team of Blessing Okagbare, Joy Udo-Gabriel, Tobi Amusan and Rosemary Chukwuma won the race in 43.77 seconds.Cote d’Ivoire finished in second place after a time of 44.40 seconds, while Kenya settled for the bronze medal of the event. Reacting to Nigeria’s victory, Okagbare said she felt so great to be part of the winning team for the country.“Winning is always a great feeling, regardless of everything. It’s an amazing feeling and we have so much to be grateful to God for.“Relay is a combined effort and it is a great thing that we finished well and won for the country,’’ she said.Also speaking, Chukwu said it was a great moment for her to have run the last leg of the race, especially as she was a bit frightened running alongside the Ivorian team.“I am very happy we won. I was a bit frightened initially, but I managed to pull myself together. It’s a great feeling for me that we got the gold,’’ the winner of both the 100m and 200m events at the 2018 African Youth Games (AYG) in Algeria said.Meanwhile, the Nigerian team in the male version of the 4x100m race won the silver medal after finishing second behind the South African team in a time of 38.74secs.South Africa, led by Akani Simbine who ran the last leg, won in 38.25secs, while Kenya finished third in 38.92secs.NAN reports that Nigeria’s Ese Brume had won the gold medal in the long jump event earlier in the day with a jump of 6.83m.Also, Chioma Onyekwere won the gold medal in the women’s dicuss throw with a throw of 58.09m.NAN reports that Nigeria has so far won five gold, two silver and three bronze medals at the championships which end on SundaShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Just this once, Leonard had a chance to set the agenda, to find a Sundance Kid and ride with him. When Harris re-signed with Philly, the plan seemed doomed. But the Clippers kept playing for time. Thanks to those draft-pick acquisitions that seem like such faint footnotes at the time, they could give Oklahoma City a future and get their man as well. Remember, George, not Leonard, was a league MVP finalist this season.Expect the Staples Center garages to ask for an extra $20. Expect anyone who’s ever amassed 5 million clicks to gather at courtside. Don’t expect a Clippers-Lakers Western Conference finals, not with Portland, Denver and Utah around, but anticipate it.And let’s see if the Clippers can maintain the 155-game edge they’ve held over the Lakers the past six years. Amid all this re-positioning, and while the Lakers were dog-paddling in a septic tank, the Clippers missed the playoffs just once and never had a losing season.The Lakers will always have more banners. What we might see, more than once, are dueling parades. Suddenly the Lakers aren’t even the leading basketball brand in their own zip code.Suddenly the NBA’s Christmas Night menu has a main event for at least the next four years.Suddenly the Clippers’ plans for a new arena look perfectly logical and strategic.But the events that led to Friday Night Live, the late-evening announcement that Kawhi Leonard is coming to the Clippers and bringing Paul George with him, were not sudden at all. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The Clippers have the impossibly rich and undeniably supportive Steve Ballmer as their owner, a shoot-for-Mars thinker who has assembled an actual basketball staff. West, General Manager Michael Winger and basketball ops director Lawrence Frank tore down a high-50-win team with clashing personalities and slow basketball movement, found underrated players with a Navy Seal mentality, then blew a hole in that model and started again.The presence of former Orange County Register scribe Lee Jenkins probably should not be underrated. Heads were scratched when Jenkins was hired as the Executive Director of Research and Identity, but he has an engaging way with players and had gotten to know Leonard and George on a deeper level. At the very least he was another consistent, friendly face.The Clippers still have three top players who experienced two wins over Golden State in a best-of-seven first-round playoff series: Lou Williams, Montrezl Harrell and Patrick Beverley. All of them came from Houston in a trade for Chris Paul that could warrant hard time for extortion.They still grasp Ivica Zubac, their gift from the Lakers. They picked up Moe Harkless and Rodney Magruder, two more unspoiled veterans.Their margin for error is narrower because George isn’t always healthy and Leonard will probably turn in the same 60 games he did in Toronto. But last season’s Clippers were busting it to get into the playoffs. These Clippers will call the meeting to order in April.But this all started when new Commissioner Adam Silver cut out the cancer that was former owner Donald T. Sterling, thus winning the players’ confidence and giving the Clippers a magic slate.They traded Blake Griffin and his contract to Detroit for Tobias Harris, freeing up the basketball.They let go of the expensive DeAndre Jordan and his stagnant game, and Jordan has been on three teams since.They traded Harris to Philadelphia, much to the gap-mouthed wonderment of their fans, but they picked up more salary cap space and also Landry Shamet.And all along they signaled to Leonard, in a world where tampering is tolerated like traveling, that this was the place.Leonard had no bad options. Re-signing with Toronto would have been a punishing tax decision, but he is, or was, a national hero and could have won at least one more championship. Signing with the Lakers would have created a Blind Faith-style supergroup and, just with Leonard, Davis and James, a team of historic defensive possibilities.And who can psychoanalyze Leonard? But the Clippers offered something he’d never had: Control.He was under-recruited in Riverside and wound up at San Diego State, in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. He was under-drafted, going No. 15 to San Antonio, which traded George Hill for the pick, and was an NBA Finals MVP. He was under-valued when he and the Spurs clashed over his quadriceps injury, and most of the intelligentsia thought Toronto gave up too much, in DeMar DeRozan, to get him for potentially one season. Then he won another NBA Finals MVP.Related Articles Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 This night has been percolating for at least five years now, with all kinds of chutes-and-ladders turns that were unconnected but then got synched-up.It also bypassed the consciousness of the social media punditocracy, which filled Leonard’s news vacuum with forceful predictions that had no better than a 33 percent chance. None of them had the George corollary, with the Clippers sending Danilo Gallinari and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and a CVS receipt full of future draft picks to the salary-strangled Oklahoma City Thunder.It was Fake News at its loudest, fiction that fell pitifully short of truth.The Lakers and Clippers finally have basketball’s best rivalry. Don’t grieve for the Purple and Gold. They still have LeBron James and Anthony Davis, as far as their ligaments can carry them, and now they have the salary wherewithal to sign Danny Green and perhaps Marcus Morris, another Rich Paul client. Maybe they’ll stumble into better chemistry. They didn’t lose Leonard because they never had him.But it does expose the utter lunacy of failing to bring home Jerry West. The Lakers bollixed James’ first year and now they find nothing will be guaranteed in his second. Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum