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Amendments to the Law on Hospitality came into force


first_imgThe new Law on Amendments to the Law on Catering Activity regulates the manner and conditions under which legal and natural persons may perform catering activity, and entered into force on 17 November 2018.Ugh where to start first hehe is a question that goes through my head first. When you just look at this abbreviated version of the Law, obligations and regulations, it is difficult for a person not to be sick and weak, let alone an entrepreneur who should be an accountant, lawyer, etc.… Too many regulations, various frameworks, administration that suffocates entrepreneurship. It is common knowledge that the fewer taxes and regulations, entrepreneurship flourishes, and instead of less administration and the influence of the State, we are more and more dealing with papers, instead of real business.The Ordinance will prescribe special standards for facilities in the household and family farm, which will achieve a diversity of accommodation tailored to the needs and interests of individual groups of guests.Providing the possibility of performing catering activities, in addition to special hospitals and health resorts, and other health care institutions, companies for performing health care activities and health care workers who independently perform private practice, in accordance with special regulations governing health care.Arrangement of a new type of facility in the household and on the family farm, facility for Robinson accommodation.Landlords who provide catering services in the household on 17 November 2018 on the basis of approval decisions issued by 1 September 2007, ie before the entry into force of the Ordinance on the classification and categorization of facilities in which catering services are provided in the household (Official Gazette no. 88/07.) or based on the decision issued on the occasion of a request made before 1 September 2007 shall , in order to continue the provision of catering services with emphasis tags for category (star) at the facility in which provide catering services, file a proper request for issuing decisions on approval for the provision of catering services in the householdetc.…Perhaps the whole situation is best described in the attached video where one entrepreneur describes his working day.However, in any case, there is an abbreviated version of the new Law on Amendments to the Law on HospitalitySide dish:Law on Amendments to the Law on Catering Activitylast_img read more


Russia’s Gazprom to overhaul export operations


first_imgImage courtesy of GazpromRussian energy giant Gazprom plans to reorganise its export operations, including marketing and trading.Gazprom said in a statement on Monday it would create an integrated international distribution unit responsible for all of its export deliveries, trading and marketing.The reorganization will take place in two stages over two years.The first stage will involve the merging and optimization of activities and assets within the Gazprom Germania Group, which handles a large proportion of the company’s exports.At the second stage, the newly restructured Gazprom Germania and Gazprom Export will unite their operations so as to set up the international marketing division.last_img


Batesville Farmers Market season begins Saturday


first_imgBatesville, In. — The Batesville Farmers Market begins the 2019 season of freshness Saturday, May 4th from 8-11 am at the corner of Boehringer and Main Streets.Highlights of the early season are:FlowersGarden plantsKaleLettuce“This summer be sure to get the best watermelon, melon, tomatoes, and sweet corn in town! They have over 100 varieties of produce to select from,” Market Master Christy Ludwig says. “Throughout the year you can always find great quality produce, honey, meat, eggs, wood crafts, jelly, baked goods, mushrooms, and so much more!”In the fall residents can expect things like apples, pumpkins, mums, and fall squash through October.This year the market has partnered with Izzy’s Restaurant featuring a farmers’ produce item of the week offering a great recipe for you to indulge on. They also have music scheduled thru the season sponsored by the Batesville Area Arts Council, essential oil classes, B.A.R.C. days and kids day. Listen to Country 103.9 WRBI radio Saturday mornings to hear exciting events about the market.If you are interested in learning more about the market or becoming a vendor please contact Christy Ludwig at 812.212.7288.last_img read more


Kotoko terminate 8 appointments in redundancy exercise


first_imgManagement of Asante Kotoko has ended the appointments of former Team Managers, Godwin Ablordey and Prince Adu Poku plus six other employees as part of the club’s ongoing redundancy exercise.Head of Administration and Legal Affairs, Lawyer Sarfo Duku, disclosed this development on the former players in an interview with Kotoko Express App on Wednesday.The casualties, he said, also include coach of the defunct Kotoko Youth Team, Ernest Appau; his Assistant, Ibrahim Gariba and Equipment Officer, Benjamin Oppong.The rest are former Manager of the First Team and one-time Physiotherapist, Omono Asamoah, Richard Hammond, a long serving Masseur, and the security personnel at the club’s former training ground, Officers Mess in Ridge, Kumasi, Achulo Gonja.“They have not been working for the past three years,” Sarfo Duku explained as he explained the reason behind the exercise.“Some of them have not been working for two years and more” he said adding that, Management has duly notified the personalities affected by the exercise.“We have communicated the decision to the affected individuals. As Management, we have the responsibility to be prudent in our handling of the club’s finances, and this exercise is to ensure exactly that.We have communicated the development to the affected individuals and also we thanked them for the services they rendered to the club.”last_img read more


Wellington varsity teams sweep El Dorado, head into tournament weeks


first_imgEl Dorado610212—30 Wellington2015816—59 •••••Freshman Shayland French gets the deuce in Friday’s win over El Dorado.In the girls game, Wellington had little trouble with the Wildcats. The Lady Dukes have dominated the Wildcats over the years and Friday was no exception.Wellington opened with a 12-6 first quarter lead and would expand the lead to 29-16 at the half. The Crusaders would then hold the Wildcats to two points in the third quarter, and would go into the fourth, leading 38-18.The Crusaders allowed El Dorado to pull within 11 points at one point in the fourth but would pull away for the win .Lauryn Snipes and Avery Rusk both scored 14 points.The Crusaders have the week off and will play in the Haven Tournament the week after. The bracket is expected to be released on Monday.Post game interview of Eric Adams: El Dorado: Lodson 8, Haines 2, McCarthy 3, Burnett 3, Howland 2, Hildreth 15, D. Hildreth 4, White 1, Ruff 2. Wellington1217913—50 •••••JV scores: Girls: Wellington 51. El Dorado 19Mariah Moore 11, Madison Lewellen and Mekenna Adams with 8, Shayland French with 6, Avery Rusk 5,Tayland French 4, Taylor Zimmermann, Gracie Fink, Shelby McNamara, Abby Lowe all with 2.Boys:C Team: Wellington 26 El Dorado 32Hilt 1 Cary 2 Adams 1 Frame 3 Burresh 5 Edwards 6 LeGrand 4 Long 2 Jones 2JV team: Wellington 46 El Dorado 42 OTDriskell 8, Phelps 10, Walton 5, Edwards 2, Hamel 16, King 4.Follow us on Twitter. El Dorado109156—40center_img El Dorado: Smith 7, Olson 2, Howland 4, Rainhardt 14, Ruff 2. Total 10 (1) 7-18 30 Wellington: Phelps 4, Reichenberber 10, Nance 19, Snipes 16, King 8. Wellington: T French 6, S. French 4, Snipes 14, Rusk 14, Hughes 2, Zimmerman 10. Total: 18 (3) 9-5 50. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments The Wellington student section had “black out” night at the El Dorado game.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The weather outside turned warmer Friday and so did the Wellington basketball teams.The Crusader boys beat El Dorado 59-40 while the Wellington girls won 50-30 earlier in the night.It was a good evening for the junior varsity teams as well. Derek Driskell hit a buzzer beater in the boys jv game and would win in overtime 46-42. The Wellington girls JV won 51-19.For the varsity boys, it was welcome relief after three straight defeats to start January.“We really have had a bad taste in our mouth since Christmas break,” said Brian Buchanan, Wellington head boys basketball coach. “But we came out focused and I’m tickled pink. We passed the ball and forced some turnovers.”Three players reached double figures for Wellington. Trevor Nance had 19, A.J. Snipes 16 and Colin Reichenberger 10.The Crusaders never trailed in this one, opening with a 20-10 first quarter lead and adding to the point total at halftime 35-19. El Dorado would come back in the third quarter, shaving the lead to 43-34. But the Crusaders would eventually seize the momentum in the fourth outscoring the Wildcats 16-6.With the win Wellington improves to 6-4 and will now travel to Chaparral on Wednesday to play Ark City at 6 p.m. in the first round of the Roadrunner Classic.“That isn’t an easy first round opponent,” Buchanan said. “But if we play the kind of defense that we played tonight, we should be all right.”The bracket for the Chaparral tournament is here.last_img read more