Saturday, 03. March 2012 - 01:03
Former Mrs Croatia gets position on Supervisory Board
Former Mrs Croatia and Mrs Globe pageant Natasa Munitic, has been appointed by the government as a member of the Supervisory Board of Croatian Motorways (HAC), reports daily Vecernji List.
Guns N' Roses coming to Split
Famous American hard rock band Guns N' Roses have announced they will be playing a one off concert in Croatia this summer in the Dalmatian city of Split.
Film about war sex crimes to screen in Zagreb
The International Tribunal for war crimes in the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) will be organising in Zagreb, a showing of the feature documentary film that shows the role of the ICTY in prosecuting crimes of sexual violence committed during the war, reports Croatian radio televison.
Financial Times names Jastrebarsko in top 10 most perspective Southern European cities
One of the Financial Times publications, fdi magazine, the leading bi-monthly title for the business of globalisation, has named the small town of Jastrebasko in the county of Zagreb in Croatia amongst the top ten most perspective cities in the Southern Europe section of the European Cities and Regions of the Future list for 2012/13.
Croatian footballers get life ban
Two Croatian first division footballers have received life bans for their part in the match fixing scandal "off-side", which rocked Croatian football recently.
Tea removed from Croatian shelves
Tea from the Burdock root manufactured by the Herbarium company was taken off the shelves in Croatia yesterday (Thurs) after traces of the poison Atropine were found in a batch.
Real estate prices continue falling in Croatia
Real estate prices continued a downward trend in Croatia according to data released by real estate portal Crozilla.com. Prices dropped 0.7 per cent in February from the previous month and by 1.4 per cent compared to the same period last year, reported poslovni.hr.
Croatian Tarzan arrested for keeping tigers
Croatian Steve Sipek, who emigrated to Canada in 1959 from Croatia and played the title role in several Tarzan movies, was arrested in Florida after officials of the Agency for Protection of Wild Animals seized two tigers and leopards from his home yesterday, reported Tportal.
U.S. Ambassador: Croatia hostile to investors
The U.S. Ambassador to Croatia has gone on the attack saying that the investment climate in Croatia is not just unattractive but in some cases actively hostile. James B. Foley made the comments during his visit to Thursday's rally organised by the Institute for Innovation.
Croatian Summer Salsa Festival heads into its 8th year
Latin music and dance lovers from around the world will descend on the northern Adriatic city of Rovinj for the Croatian Summer Salsa Festival, which will be held from 19 to 25 June.
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