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Jadrolinija will soon start rebuilding its fleet

first_imgJadrolinija bought two used Ro-Ro ships built in Greece, which were paid 5,18 million euros without VAT. As for new purchases of ships, Jadrolinija says that in 2020 it is planned to announce a tender for the construction of two ships. Currently, Jadrolinija has a fleet of 51 ships, with an average age of 28 years. Source: Business diary / Photo: Jadrolinijacenter_img The Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, Oleg Butković, announced that the state shipping company Jadrolinija is starting to renew its fleet, and that it should turn to the procurement of new, not used ships. The planned procurement of new ships, for the construction of which domestic shipbuilders could also compete, should include eleven ships in the coming years. One of the ships is 102 meters long and 18 meters wide, can accommodate 500 passengers and 107 cars, and the other is 98 meters long and 16 meters wide, with a capacity of 500 passengers and 140 cars, but it is not yet known on which route it will sail. .hrlast_img read more

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Ripley County 4-year-old recovering from self-inflicted gunshot wound

first_imgRipley County, In. — Indiana State Police say a 4-year-old boy is recovering after accidentally shooting himself Thursday evening. The report from the police says the incident occurred around 9:40 p.m. in the 1000 block of County Road 625 East.The boy was taken to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and is expected to recover.The investigation is ongoing.last_img

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Troubled Bright Stars hold SC Villa to one all draw at Namboole

first_img Tags: Afred OnekBashir Mutandabright starsDouglas BamweyanaFred KajobaSC VillaStarTimes Uganda Premeir Leaguetop Bright Stars have now gone 8 League games without victory (file photo)StarTimes Uganda Premier League SC Villa 1-1 Bright Stars Mandela National Stadium, NambooleWednesday, 06-02-2019NAMBOOLE – Bright Stars held SC Villa to a 1-1 draw in the only StarTimes Uganda Premier League game played on Wednesday.In thw game played at Namboole, League top scorer Bashir Mutanda put the host ahead but his goal was canceled out by Alfred Onek.At the start, both sides played cautiously with neither wanting to commit numbers upfront.Stars’ Captain Nelson Ssenkatuka got the first real chance of the game but could not beat Saidi Keni while in a one on one situation.With a half that was dominated with little goal mouth action, Mutanda broke the deadlock, beating and offside trap and slotting in home for his 11 goal of the season.However, Onek leveled matter threw minutes later to ensure that both sides go into the break at level terms.In the second half, Villa tactician Douglas Bamweyana made a double substitution that saw Pius Wangi and Joseph Semujju come on for Ronald Magwali and Ibrahim Mugurusi as the record champions went all out for a second goal.Stars who went into the game on a 7 game winless ran decided to settle for a point as they sat back, soaked the pressure and try to hit Villa on the counter. Their tactic may have paid off with a second goal but Ssenkatuka squandered two more glorious opportunities as he failed to beat Keni from promising positions.Villa came close to winning it on 68 minutes but Mutanda was judged to have been in an offside position when he turned in Ssemuju’s pin-point accurate cross.The draw means that Villa move into 12th on the standings with 15 points, level with Maroons (13th).For Bright Stars, they are now 9th with 21 points from 17 games. Fred Kajoba’s side have now gone eight games on the bounce without victory since beating Paidha Black Angels 3-0 on December 1st.Villa’s next assignment is an away fixture against reigning Champions Vipers SC on Saturday while Bright Stars host KCCA FC on the same day.Comments last_img read more

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