Proposed juvenile procedure rules The Juvenile Court Rules Committee invites comment on proposed two-year cycle amendments to the Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure shown below. The proposed amendments will be filed with the court by February 1, 2006. The full text of the proposals can be found on The Florida Bar’s Web site at floridabar.org. Interested persons have until November 1, to submit comments to Alan Abramowitz, Chair, 210 N. Palmetto Avenue, Ste. 440, Daytona Beach 32114-3269. Proposed juvenile procedure rules October 1, 2005 Regular News
After Biograd na Moru, the Tourist Board of the City of Crikvenica becomes UHPA’s domestic destination in 2017/2018. years.Crikvenica will in the spring of 2018. to be a host “UHPA Day 2018.”, a multi-day annual meeting of travel agencies and other stakeholders in tourism. This largest gathering of travel agencies in Croatia with over 100 representatives of travel agencies and representatives of the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and the Croatian Tourist Board is certainly an opportunity for additional promotion of the destination, but also strengthening cooperation with Croatian and foreign travel agencies.Namely, the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies (UHPA) has been implementing the domestic destination project of the year for several years in a row and has so far achieved successful cooperation with tourist boards in several counties in Croatia.What does this collaboration specifically mean for the destination? First of all, as pointed out by UHPA, the joint work of UHPA and the tourist community affects the development of the tourist offer and contributes to better market positioning, recognition and promotion of the destination through strengthening the tourism sector. “During the year, the Crikvenica Tourist Board, and thus, of course, the entire Crikvenica Riviera, receives a number of marketing and consulting activities, such as online destination promotion, promotion in UHPA publications (UHPA Directory and UHPA Professional Review), a separate brochure” magazine Way to Croatia ”dedicated to the destination of the year) and in public appearances (for example, at workshops, assemblies and various events, the annual gathering“ UHPA Days ”, etc.).” point out from UHPA and add that in addition, representatives of the Crikvenica Riviera will have the opportunity to hold special presentations of the destination at various UHPA events.Four educational workshops will be organized for tourist agencies in the Crikvenica Riviera, whose main goals will be to create new package deals and develop selective forms of tourism, which can be applied in practice or in the daily business of agencies.UHPA Days 2019 in SlavoniaA big positive “dust” was raised by the launch initiative to hold the Days of Croatian Tourism in 2018 in Slavonia. Day after day, support is coming from all over Croatia from the entire tourism sector from Istria to Dubrovnik, as well as from Zagreb to Slavonia, and even beyond the borders of Lijepa naša.Support for the # DHTSlavonija2018 initiative is joined by the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies (UHPA) as well as in his personal name Tomislav Fain, President of UHPA, who points out that they support the initiative to hold Croatian Tourism Days in Slavonia in 2018 and announces that UHPA Days will be held will be held in 2019 also in Slavonia. “I personally support the initiative to hold DHT in Slavonia in 2018, but the initiative is also supported by the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies. UHPA will certainly try to hold UHPA Days in Slavonia in the coming years, but as the location has already been chosen for next year, I can announce that UHPA Days 2019 will certainly be in Slavonia. We must all work together to expand the Croatian tourism product, and continental tourism certainly deserves it”Points out Tomislav Fain, President of UHPA.Related news: TOMISLAV FAIN, UHPA: WE SUPPORT THE INITIATIVE TO HELD TOURISM DAYS IN SLAVONIA AND I ANNOUNCE UHPA DAY 2019 IN SLAVONIA
“He is just in the middle of recovering and we will see the length of time it takes. “I’m not an expert on genetics or medicine, so I can’t comment. All we know is that he had a calf strain on the back of his last injury, and he is working to recover from that.” Liverpool – who, along with Sturridge, are of course also minus the services of last season’s top-scorer Luis Suarez following his summer sale to Barcelona – have had an inconsistent campaign so far, and Tuesday was the first time they had netted in three games. Rodgers admits the responsibility lies with him to find solutions to the Reds’ problems. And in terms of goals, he remains confident that another England striker on Liverpool’s books, Rickie Lambert, will soon start scoring after Tuesday’s match extended his wait for a first goal for the Merseysiders to 10 appearances. “It is up to myself to find the solution,” Rodgers said. “The players who are available are working very hard, and we are still learning about each other. “I think this is something that sometimes is missed – you get new players in and with not as much preparation time, you are learning about them in the games. “But I can see each day relationships growing between the players and the connection in the team. “Whenever you have players out it makes it a bit more difficult, but you need to find the solutions in different ways and that is what we have been trying to do. “Gradually as each day goes by I sense we are getting better. “With Daniel out, of course it is a miss, but it is also an opportunity, as we saw the other night. “(Forward) Fabio Borini was excellent, a real threat, and put in a wonderful cross for the (Balotelli) goal. “And Rickie Lambert, who hasn’t had many opportunities – his goals will come. “He is working tirelessly every day, he had some nice touches and his goals will come.” Rodgers also confirmed full-back Jose Enrique is sidelined by a knee issue. Press Association Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists he has “no concern” about Mario Balotelli and that the controversial Reds striker does not need any kind of protection from provocation. Then, after his goal, Balotelli was caught up in an off-the-ball confrontation with Swansea’s Jonjo Shelvey, and further words were exchanged between the pair after the final whistle as they headed off the pitch. Asked on Thursday for his view of what had happened with Balotelli that evening, Rodgers was in no mood for elaboration. The manager said: “I don’t know, but there is no problem, so we move on.” Then asked about opposition players possibly targeting the 24-year-old, Rodgers added: “I don’t have to protect Mario, he is fine. There is no concern.” Rodgers was speaking at his press conference to preview Saturday’s Barclays Premier League trip to Newcastle, and while Balotelli is set to be available, Liverpool will once again be without fellow frontman Daniel Sturridge. Sturridge was ruled out for two to four weeks earlier this month with a calf problem having only just recovered from a thigh injury sustained on England duty, and Rodgers has admitted the 25-year-old needs to get a consistent run of games if he is to become one of Europe’s top strikers. Meanwhile, Sturridge himself has suggested in an interview with talkSPORT that his injury problems may be hereditary – something Rodgers felt unable to comment on when it was raised on Thursday. “I can only concentrate on his injury now and what my medical team here, who are fantastic, are telling me,” Rodgers said. Rodgers will have been delighted to see Balotelli get on the scoresheet in Tuesday’s 2-1 Capital One Cup win over Swansea, the Italy international making the desired impact as a late substitute by prodding home an 86th-minute equaliser to break his eight-match goal drought. But Balotelli was also involved in two other notable incidents, the first coming pre-match when he was sent away from a warm-up exercise by Liverpool coach Mike Marsh – which assistant boss Colin Pascoe, amid reports it had been due to the player messing around, stressed was only because he had sustained a minor knee problem.