The Croatian National Tourist Board has published a call for bids for the needs of photo and video recording of Advent in Croatia.According to the procurement instructions, it is necessary to take a total of 200 photos or a minimum of 5 photos per location (each location must be photographed in vertical and horizontal position, ie within 5 photos per location there must be photos in both vertical and horizontal position) durations.Advent locations according to the procurement instructions: Zagreb, Central Croatia, Slavonia (Osijek, Vinkovci), Dalmatia (Split, Zadar, Šibenik, Dubrovnik), Kvarner (Rijeka, Rab, Opatija) and Istria (Pula, Poreč).Deadline for submission of bids: December 5.12.2018, 12.00. to XNUMX h. Find all the terms and details HERE
NZ Herald 2 November 2017Family First Comment: Well said, Lord Robert Winston.And congrats to the NZ Herald for being brave and printing this story. Now wait for the backlash from “transactivists” who don’t want the truth spoken, and don’t want to see people healed in the proper way so that nature is reinforced.People who change their gender often end up with horrendous results or are left feeling damaged, Lord Robert Winston has said.The British scientist and TV presenter warned the implications of gender reassignment surgery were not properly understood, with complications that could affect fertility.On BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, he said “results are horrendous in a big proportion of cases”.He said 40 per cent of those who undergo vaginal reconstruction surgery experienced complications requiring further surgery, and 23 per cent who had breasts removed felt “uncomfortable with what they’ve done”.”What I’ve been seeing in a fertility clinic are the long-term results of often very unhappy people who now feel quite badly damaged.”The effects of taking hormones were “likely to affect reproductive function”, he said.Professor Gary Butler, an expert in care for transgender children and teenagers, agreed that the effect on fertility was a “worry”.The consultant in paediatric and adolescent medicine at University College Hospital in London also agreed that doctors had to be “very careful” about introducing therapy before puberty.Experts have raised concerns about the increasing number of children who question their gender identity after figures showed the total had increased dramatically in five years.Children who want to transition are not offered surgery but can be given synthetic hormones to slow puberty.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/index.cfm?objectid=11939871&ref=twitter
Trump told supporters at his campaign rally that the U.S. has tested 25 million people, far more than any other country. The “bad part,” Trump said, is that widespread testing leads to logging more cases of the virus. TULSA, Okla. – President Donald Trump said Saturday he’s asked his administration to slow down coronavirus testing because robust testing turns up too many cases of COVID-19. President Donald Trump arrives on stage to speak at a campaign rally at the BOK Center, Saturday, June 20, 2020, in Tulsa, Okla. AP PHOTO/EVAN VUCCI “When you do testing to that extent, you’re going to find more people, you’re going to find more cases,” Trump said. “So I said to my people, ‘Slow the testing down, please.’ They test and they test.” (AP)
Brendan Smith, Austin Seaman, Dylan Williamson and Darnel St. Pierre also scored for Nelson, which led 5-2 after 40 minutes.Along with Newton, now tied for top spot in KIJHL scoring with Paul Lautard of Summerland and Castlegar’s Bryan Lubin, Keven Moreau, Matt Lucero and Michael Rand, also scored for Grand ForksNelson Minor Hockey grad Coleton Dawson, playing for Grand Forks was held off the scoresheet.Brett Soles was back between the pipes after getting over the flu to register the win. Nelson outshot the Bruins 32-26.Kiernan Matsuba took the loss in goal for Grand Forks.Nelson, 10-3-2-1, increased its lead in Murdoch standings to four points over the Beaver Valley Nitehawks.The Hawks lost in overtime to Golden 4-3 while Castlegar was edged 4-3 by Fernie.Nelson, winners of three straight games, host the Golden Rockets Saturday at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena. The Nelson Leafs couldn’t keep Max Newton under wraps as the Bruins sniper scored three times.However, Nelson had the offence firing on all cylinders, scoring eight times during an 8-6 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Border Bruins Friday in Grand Forks.Nelson’s game star Robson Cramer led the assault, scoring twice while adding a pair of assists before an announced crowd of 351 in the Boundary City.Matt MacDonald also finished with four points, scoring once while adding three assists.