Storytelling through gastronomy: The diversity of being the foodie in Croatia

first_imgAnthony Bourdain said: “Food is all we are. It is an extension of national and ethnic feelings, your personal history, your village, town, province, region, your tribe, your fathers and grandmothers. All of this is inseparable from our roots. ” This Friday (June 26.06) from 18.00 pm, an interesting discussion and education will be held on Facebook. “The diversity of being the foodie in Croatia”Which will give a short and interesting overview of Croatian culinary diversity and try to remind you of some eno-gastronomic treasures that Croatia is too rich in. You can join this interesting event HERE “One hour live full of emotions and respect for our local heritage and tradition, where our viewers will have the opportunity to “taste” the treasure (wine and food) that surrounds us online.”Points out Fijacko. In an hour of live events, Igor Ianachi and Max Dubravko Fijacko, certified local guides, food lovers, and certified trainers of Interpretation of Heritage, will present part of the culinary and wine tradition in Croatia as well as tools to tell the story of our authentic gastronomy through storytelling. with tourism. last_img read more

German pension association relieved at PRIP exemption

first_imgOccupational pension funds are unlikely to be impacted by the Key Information Document (KID) proposed as part of the regulation proposed for packaged retail investment products (PRIPS) after the European Parliament and Council last week agreed on a new draft for the law.The latest, and likely final, version of the text offered a revised definition of pension products excluded from the regulation, including IORPs and “pension products which, under national law, are recognised as having the primary purpose of providing the investor with an income in retirement, and which entitle the investor to certain benefits”.Furthermore, individual pension products are excluded “for which a financial contribution from the employer is required by national law and where the employer or the employee has no choice as to the pension product or provider”.Germany’s pension association aba welcomed “the clear exemption of occupational pensions” and its managing director Klaus Stiefermann said the change would be a  “relief – not only in Germany”. He added occupational pensions were “not a ‘financial product’ but at core they are a voluntary social benefit offered by employers as part of an employment contract”.Stiefermann stressed information regulations for Pensionskassen and Pensionsfonds were already set down “where they belong” – within the current and recently revised draft of the IORP directives.However, as part of the compromise reached for the PRIPS, it was agreed that the regulation would be reviewed after four years specifically with the intention of broadening its scope.The text states the commission should then assess “whether to maintain the exclusion of pension products which, under national law, are recognized as having the primary purpose of providing the investor with an income in retirement, and which entitle the investor to certain benefits”.IORPs are not explicitly referenced in the review proposal.The review would also examine whether the additional information had actually helped consumers and whether new products had enetered the marketto which the regulation did not apply.last_img read more

​UK regulator pursuing ‘cavalier crusade’ over BHS, alleges owner

first_imgHis remarks likely reference the regulator’s decision to launch an anti-avoidance investigation in the wake of 2015’s sale, due to its concerns over the funding of the BHS schemes.The two schemes reported a buyout deficit of £571m (€729m) when BHS entered administration earlier this year, and are now undergoing assessment by the Pension Protection Fund ahead of their potential entry into the lifeboat scheme.Chappell alleged that RAL was “held to ransom” by both the regulator and Arcadia, despite later during questioning saying Green forbade him, as part of the terms of the BHS acquisition, from directly communicating with TPR prior to the deal finalising.However, Chappell said he was not concerned about the lack of direct contact with TPR prior to the sale, as he had received assurances through lawyers in contact with the regulator that it would approve a proposed restructure of the scheme.The scheme restructure, branded Project Thor and Project Vera depending on its iteration, was also supported by the chair of the scheme’s trustees, Chappell argued.Chappell also dismissed claims by the regulator it only learned of BHS’s sale to RAL from media reports when it was announced.“That’s a nonsense,” he said. “That is an absolute nonsense. They were fully abreast of our positon of buying BHS.”The businessman also rejected calls by work and pensions select committee chair Frank Field, MP for the opposition Labour party, to provide the joint committee with further documents relating to the acquisition of BHS.Explaining his reasons, Chappell said that his lawyers were not inclined to grant the committee’s requests until they had decided whether a court case could be brought against Arcadia Group in general, and Philip Green in particular.Green is scheduled to give evidence to the joint committee on 15 June. The UK Pensions Regulator (TPR) is pursuing a “cavalier crusade” against former BHS owner Philip Green, according to the businessman who bought the now-insolvent retailer in 2015.Dominic Chappell, whose company Retail Acquisitions Limited (RAL) bought BHS from Green’s Arcadia Group last year, said his firm’s ability to successfully build up capital in support of the retailer was undermined by TPR.Speaking at a parliamentary hearing of the joint work and pensions, and business innovations and skills committees, Chappell argued he could have put in place the working capital needed to turn around BHS “had the Pensions Regulator actually left us [RAL] alone”.Chappell said TPR should have agreed an approach with BHS, and then pursued its “cavalier crusade” against Green and Arcadia at a later point .last_img read more

Tourism in the time of ‘corona’: BORACAY FIGHTS TO STAY AFLOAT

first_img“No virus in paradise: Boracay Islandis safe and free from 2019-nCoV”, blared its statement. ILOILO City – “Massive” was howAklan’s Gov. Florencio Miraflores described the cancellation of hotel bookings– mostly by foreign tourists – in Boracay Island due to the novel coronavirusscare. But he hoped the cancellations would be offset by local tourists thatcontinue to visit the world-famous island. On Tuesday, Malay’s Municipal DisasterRisk Reduction and Management Office chief Catherine Fulgencio said her localgovernment unit (LGU) was having a hard time monitoring 2,000 mostly Chinese touristsin Boracay and thus appealed for help from the Regional Disaster Risk Reductionand Management Council. There are also personal protectiveequipment for health workers, said Miraflores. PUMs are individuals with a history oftravel to China or history of contact with a known confirmed nCoV case but donot manifest signs and symptoms. The nCoV originated from Wuhan City,China. It causes severe acute respiratory infection and symptoms usually startwith a fever, followed by a dry cough. Since most of them already left thecountry, the municipality is left with 429 persons to be monitored, itstressed. “Dakugid ang impact. We have barely recovered fromthe island’s six-month closure in 2018 and last December’s onslaught of typhoon‘Ursula’. Now we have this massive cancellation of hotel bookings by foreigntourists and even some local tourists wary of the novel coronavirus,” lamentedMiraflores who attended yesterday’s joint meeting of the Regional DevelopmentCouncil and Regional Peace and Order Council here. “This is worse than Boracay’s closure;we don’t know when the situation is going to end,” Tay said.  According to the governor, atemporarily holding facility / quarantine area was also identified – thegovernment-run training center in Kalibo, Aklan which the Bureau of Quarantine(BOQ) would be operating. In a separate bulletin, the Malaylocal government also clarified it has 429 – not 2,000 – “persons undermonitoring” (PUMs) in Boracay. PN FILE PHOTO “We have barely recovered from Boracay’s six-month closure in 2018 and last December’s onslaught of typhoon ‘Ursula’. Now we have this massive cancellation of hotel bookings by foreign tourists wary of the novel coronavirus,” laments Aklan’s Gov. Florencio Miraflores. IME SORNITO/PN “The reported 2,000 Chinese…areactually the number of (tourist) arrivals reported by the Municipal TourismOffice from the period of Jan. 25 to Feb. 3, 2020,” clarified the bulletin. He assured domestic and foreigntourists that Boracay remains safe and free from the virus. Early this week, the liaison officerto Boracay of the Chinese Embassy, Peter Tay, expressed fear that the travelban ordered by the national government could hurt “deeper” into the tourismbusinesses and travel spending of the visitors in Boracay. Boracay was closed for a massiveenvironmental rehabilitation from April to October 2018. Chinesenationals are the top foreign visitors in Boracay. Last year the island wasvisited by 434,175 Chinese tourists – 41.84 percent of the total 1,032,619foreigners that visited Boracay. The provincial government of Aklan hastaken precautionary measures such as setting up an isolation room at the Dr.Rafael S. Tumbokon Memorial Hospital where suspected cases would be confined,he added. “The municipality of Malay assures thepublic that the Malay Inter-Agency Task Force Against the 2019 NovelCoronavirus and the Municipal Health Office are on high alert since Day 1 andis closely monitoring all ‘persons under monitoring’ (PUMs) within ourmunicipality as per Department of Health (DOH) guidelines,” stressed the localgovernment./PN Particularly hurting, according to thegovernor, were Boracay resorts and hotels catering to tourists coming in drovesvia chartered flights from China. Due to the temporary travel ban imposed byPresident Rodrigo Duterte on flights from mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau,the number of their Chinese clients dropped. “Boracay is certainly open forbusiness…We’re hoping that the domestic market can compensate for lost foreignguests,” Miraflores said during a visit to the Iloilo provincial capitolyesterday. On Wednesday, the local government ofMalay, Aklan went on damage control mode after its Municipal Disaster RiskReduction and Management Office chief claimed on Tuesday the municipality wasstruggling to monitor some 2,000 mostly Chinese tourists in Boracay forpossible nCoV infection.last_img read more

John Michael Montgomery Concert Set For Saturday

first_imgJohn Michael Montgomery will perform in Batesville Saturday.BATESVILLE – A major name in country music is slated to perform in Batesville this weekend.John Michael Montgomery will take the stage in Batesville at the Ball Plex Saturday night.18 million records sold. 36 hit singles that include 15 number one records.The two-time CMA Award winner arrives with a resume full of accolades and hits. Few artists have the career the Kentucky-born singer has had:It is readily apparent in love songs that the artist has helped set the standard for a generation. Songs like “I Swear,” “I Love the Way You Love Me” and “I Can Love You Like That” still resonate across the landscape.Montgomery’s repertoire also includes the hits that are pure fun like “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident).” The song topped the Billboard charts in 1995.The best selling artist from Kentucky will be in Batesville on Saturday and tickets are still available. They can be purchased at WRBI, Batesville Chamber of Commerce, Batesville City Hall and Kroger.Tickets will be available at Kroger up to the start of the concert at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are also available at the door.North Kentucky University graduates Hayden Kaye will be the opening act.last_img read more

Bulldogs Place 1st In 3-Way Track Meet

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs opened up their track season tonight with two victories as both the men’s and the women’s team defeated both Southwestern and Milan tonight on their home track. Scores were: Men’s-Batesville 105, Milan 43 and Southwestern Hanover 17, Women’s-Batesville 103, Milan 31 and Southwestern Hanover 18.These victories and scores came from the reflection of the Bulldogs winning 13 out of 16 events on both the men’s and the women’s side. Although we have lost many talented seniors last year, this team has been training so hard since winter to fill in spots and continue the Batesville Track and Field tradition of tremendous work ethic and the pride it takes to wear the royal blue and white.The threat of rain and lightening seemed stay away and many personal records were already shown as the night went on. But, first let’s talk about the champions of each event. Multiple winners were:Samantha Heidlage in shot put (31’9.5”) and discus (81’0”), Kelsey Gausman in the 1600 (5:48) and 800 (2:36), Sophie Meadows in the 100 (12.94) and 200 (27.53), Clare Bruns in the 100 hurdles (18.05) and 300m hurdles (53.21), Garrett Wagner in the 110 hurdles (17.88) and 300 hurdles (45.88), Connor Bell in the 1600 (4:57) and 800 ( 2:14), Tanner Ayette in the 100 (11.68) and 200 (22.68) and all 3 relays. They were:  4 x 800 relay-Maria Wessel, Mary Poltrack, Sarah Poltrack and Kelsey Gausman (10:32) and Caleb Moster, Cole Nuhring, Grant Meyers and Connor Bell (8:59)4 x 400 relay-Audrey Hall, Sophie Meadows, Clare Bruns and Mary Elizabeth Elkins (4:38) and Garrett Yorn, John Moody, Connor Bell and Michael Tunny (3:44)4 x 100 relay-Clare Bruns, Madeleine Robben, Mary Elizabeth Elkins and Sophie Meadows (52.73) and Jacob Koehne, Zach Mears, Garrett Yorn and Tanner Ayette (45.50).Other 1st place winners were: Jessica Wagers-pole vault (7’6”), Mary Poltrack-3200 (12:36), Kevin Bedel-Discus(117’2”), Robert Strobel-pole vault (9’6”). John Moody-400 (54.01) and Chris Riffle-3200 (12:27).Ribbons and scores were given to the top 4 finishers. Besides the champion, there were many other Bulldogs contributing to the score and they were as follows…2nd place finishers were:Avni Patel-shot put, Libby Stenger and Kevin Bedel-high jump, Lexi Hatcher and Connor Lunsford-pole vault, Annalynne Doll-100 hurdles, Sarah Poltrack 1600, Madeleine Robben and Jacob Koehne-200, Maria Wessel and Jackson Wooldridge-3200, Garrett Yorn-100,Quentin Gowdy-400, Chris Laymon-300 hurdles and Cole Nuhring-8003rd place finishers were:Avni Patel and Mitchell Gudgeon-shot put, Mary Elizabeth Elkins-long jump, Mary Poltrackand Jackson Wooldridge-pole vault, Audrey Hall-400, Annalynne Dolle-300 hurdles, Sarah Poltrack and Calvin Lehman-800, Lauren Eckstein-3200, Luke Forbeck-discus, Cole Nuhring-1600.4th place finishers were:  Katherine Roell and Neal Nobbe-shot put, Haylee Harmeyer-100, Mary Elizabeth Elkins-400, Molly Weigel-300 hurdles, Emma Gausman and Grant Meyers-800, John Gerstbauer-discus, Tim Tunny-high jump, Garrett Yorn-long jump, Grant Meyers-1600.As mentioned earlier, many Bulldogs managed to achieve personal records at tonightís meet and they were:  High Jump-Libby Stenger and Kevin Bedel, Pole Vualt-Lexi Hatcher, Shot Put-Mitchell Gudgeon, 100m dash-Sophie Meadows, 200m dash-Sophie Meadows, Madeleine Robben, Tanner Ayette, Jacob Koehne, Zach Mears and John Moody, 400m dash-Audrey Hall, 800m run-Candice Roell, 1600m run-Sarah Poltrack, 3200m run-Lauren Eckstein, 4 x 800m split-Maria Wessel and Candice Roell4 x 400m split-Sarah Poltrack, Garrett Yorn and Connor Bell.The Bulldogs compete again on Thursday as they will host the Greensburg Pirates and the East Central Trojans. Meet begins at 5 PM.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img read more

NLDS Game 2: Dodgers vs. Nationals pitching matchup, starting lineups

first_imgNLDS GAME 2When: Friday, 6:37 p.m. PTWhere: Dodger StadiumTV: TBSTHE PITCHERSDODGERS LHP CLAYTON KERSHAW (16-5, 3.03 ERA)vs. Nationals: 12-3, 2.23 ERA (16 starts, 109 innings) Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error at Dodger Stadium: 93-36, 2.15 ERA (180 games, 1,214-1/3 innings)Postseason career: 9-10, 4.32 ERA (30 games, 152 innings)Hates to face: Matt Adams, 4 for 14, HR, 5 RBIs; Gerardo Parra, 13 for 41, HRLoves to face: Kurt Suzuki, 1 for 10, 2 Ks; Adam Eaton, 1 for 9, 2 KsNATIONALS RHP STEPHEN STRASBURG (18-6, 3.32 ERA)vs. Dodgers: 3-5, 2.54 ERA (11 starts, 71 innings)at Dodger Stadium: 0-3, 2.08 ERA (4 starts, 26 innings)Postseason career: 2-2, 0.41 ERA (3 starts, 22 innings, 28 Ks)Hates to face: A.J. Pollock, 7 for 14, 2 doubles, triple, HR, 3 RBIsLoves to face: Chris Taylor, 1 for 16, 5 KsSTARTING LINEUPSAnd here are your starting lineups for Game 2 …center_img PreviousCody Bellinger #35 of the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Rich Hill #44 of the Los Angeles Dodgers plays with a praying mantis during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Rich Hill #44 of the Los Angeles Dodgers plays with a praying mantis during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsFormer Los Angeles Dodgers Ron Cey, left, with Corey Seager #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Gavin Lux #48 of the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Los Angeles Dodgers during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Cody Bellinger watches during batting practice before Game 2 of the baseball team’s National League Divisional Series against the Washington Nationals on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)A quote from Dave Roberts #30 of the Los Angeles Dodgers on the warm-up shirts during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Los Angeles Dodgers owner Alan Smolinisky kids look on during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Los Angeles Dodgers owner Alan Smolinisky kids look on during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Pitchers Dustin May, center, along with Ross Stripling, left, and Tony Gonsolin of the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner smiles during batting practice before Game 2 of the baseball team’s National League Divisional Series against the Washington Nationals on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Gavin Lux watches during batting practice before Game 2 of the baseball team’s National League Divisional Series against the Washington Nationals on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Rich Hill #44 of the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Cody Bellinger watches during batting practice before Game 2 of the baseball team’s National League Divisional Series against the Washington Nationals on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, left, and third baseman Justin Turner talk during batting practice before Game 2 of the baseball team’s National League Divisional Series against the Washington Nationals on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Rich Hill sits in the dugout before Game 2 of the baseball team’s National League Divisional Series against the Washington Nationals on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Cody Bellinger #35 of the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)Rich Hill #44 of the Los Angeles Dodgers plays with a praying mantis during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)NextShow Caption1 of 17Rich Hill #44 of the Los Angeles Dodgers plays with a praying mantis during batting practice prior to game two of the National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 04, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)ExpandLOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw and Stephen Strasburg have combined to start 557 games this decade, all for the Dodgers and Nationals, respectively. Game 2 of the National League Division Series on Friday will be only the second time they have ever started against each other.Kershaw was chosen to start over Hyun-Jin Ryu by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, partly to leave Kershaw available out of the Dodgers’ bullpen in an if-necessary Game 5.Strasburg’s pitch count will not be restricted, even though he threw 34 pitches out of the Nationals’ bullpen in Tuesday’s wild-card game. He has never faced the Dodgers in the postseason.Kershaw’s last playoff appearance against the Nationals came in Game 5 of the 2016 NLDS – out of the bullpen. Kershaw relieved Kenley Jansen with one out in the ninth inning of that game and retired the final two batters to record his first career save.last_img read more

49ers, Nick Bosa agree to rookie contract

first_imgHe tallied six tackles, four sacks and forced two fumbles in three games for the Buckeyes last season before suffering a core muscle injury in mid-September.Despite seeing limited action, Bosa has all the skills, strength and speed to continue his family’s football legacy. His father, John, played for the Dolphins and his brother, Joey, stars on the Chargers roster. Browns hosting Mike Daniels after Packers release Related News All-Pro linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul likely out until November, report says If Nick Bosa is a training camp no-show, it won’t be due to a contract holdout.The 49ers and their rookie defensive end have agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth $33.55 million, ESPN reported, citing an unidentified source. San Francisco will also have a fifth-year option.No. 2 overall pick Nick Bosa and the 49ers reached agreement on a four-year deal worth $33.55 million, per source. There will not be another Bosa holdout.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 25, 2019Bosa, 21, was selected out of Ohio State by the Niners with the second overall pick of April’s draft. However, he suffered a grade-1 hamstring strain in May and it was reported he will likely be sidelined until the preseason. Redskins’ Jay Gruden heaps praise on ‘poised’ Dwayne Haskinslast_img read more

Ivana Mlakić and Soniboj Sabo – the best athletes of City of Mostar in 2012

first_imgEleventh ceremony of The Best Athletes of City of Mostar has been held in the premises of ‘Ero’ hotel in the organisation of Sports Alliance of City of Mostar.The best sportswoman in senior category for 2012 is Ivana Mlakić, member of handball club ‘Zrinjski’, while the best sportsman is Soniboj Sabo, member of the aviation club Mostar.Best athletes in the category of younger cadets are Matea Noah Medić and Sanin Zukić.Best athletes in the cadet category are Andrea Begić- member of Taekwondo club ‘Cro Star’, and Petar Zadro, member of Judo club ‘Borsa’.Best young teams are Handball club ‘Kosača’ and Table tennis club ‘Mostar’Best athletes in the junior category are Amina Kajtaz and Dario Stojčić.Special award for contribution to development and promotion of sport in 2012 went to Tamja Klepić, while Jovan Pavlović Bojadžić and Alexandar Rakowit won special awards for contribution and development of sports and international cooperation in 2012.Best sports worker is Zdenko Klepić, president of University karate club ‘Neretva’ while the best coach is Željko Zadro, coach of Judo club ‘Borsa’Special award was given to University karate club ‘Neretva’ for their second place at the European Championship of Regions.The most successful women’s team is handball team ‘Zrinjski’ while the men’s team is table tennis club ‘Mostar.last_img read more