CBS: Growth of passengers in air traffic, and a slight decline in seaports

first_imgIn March, there was an increase in passenger traffic in air transport, while traffic in seaports was slightly declining, according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).Thus, in March 2018, Croatian airports recorded 343 thousand passengers or 27,4% more than in the same month last year.The largest passenger traffic was realized by Zagreb Airport, with 223 thousand passengers (an increase of 16,1% compared to March 2017), followed by Split Airport with 51 thousand passengers (an increase of 61,0% compared to March 2017) and Dubrovnik Airport with 47 thousand passengers (an increase of 39,8% compared to March 2017).The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports, 92 thousand passengers, which is an increase of 29,0% compared to the same period last year. The total number of aircraft landings and take-offs at airports in March 2018 was 5, which is an increase of 201% compared to March 2017.Source: CBSA slight decline in the number of passengers in the first quarter of 2018Almost 3 million passengers were embarked and disembarked in Croatian seaports in the first quarter of 2018. Compared to the same period in 2017, this is a slight decrease of 0,5%.The number of passengers on ferries and passenger ships in the first quarter of 2018 amounted to 2,8 million passengers, which is 0,9% less than in the same period in 2017. The decrease in the number of passengers is present in ports with significant passenger traffic such as Zadar, Preko, Supetar and Biograd. 2,7% more passenger cars and 9,4% more buses were loaded and unloaded on ships compared to the same quarter of 2017.Of the total number of passengers in seaports, less than 1% or 26 thousand were disembarked from cruise ships and, among other things, visited the ports of Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Šibenik. Compared to the same period in 2017, these passengers increased by 97,1%.Source: CBSlast_img read more

Restorative justice goes to schools

first_imgDominion Post 18 Feb 2012Detention could soon be a relic of the past, with schools increasingly dropping the punishment in favour of “restorative chats” and other rehabilitative measures. St Patrick’s College Silverstream is the latest Wellington high school to adopt the restorative justice principles, with a no-detention approach for even the worst troublemakers. The practice is becoming widespread in schools nationwide, with restorative measures – including encouraging naughty pupils to evaluate their behaviour – replacing traditional behaviour management methods. While detentions, expulsions and suspensions have been typically used as forms of punishment to control pupil behaviour, restorative principles are based on the idea that a pupil needs to take responsibility for his or her actions. St Patrick’s Silverstream rector Gerard Tully said that fitted in with the school’s focus on encouraging positive, respectful relationships between pupils and teachers. Instead of being punished, a misbehaving pupil would discuss the impact of their actions with a teacher. That could range from a two-minute chat to a formal, sit-down conference. While it would require a shift in thinking, it made more sense to prepare young people to be adults by tackling their problems, Mr Tully said. read more

Security Breach: Mentally ill man causes security stir at airport

first_imgNewsRegional Security Breach: Mentally ill man causes security stir at airport by: – April 24, 2011 29 Views   no discussions Share Sharing is caring! Tweetcenter_img Share KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Jamaican authorities Saturday confirmed there had been a breach in security at the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) but said that there was no danger to passengers or aircraft.NMIA communications manager Mark Williams said that a mentally disturbed man, armed with two stones, had barged into the facility late Thursday.“He had two stones and wanted to gain access to the terminal building. He was apprehended by security taken to the medical post and evaluated and then taken to the police station,” Williams said.He said that while the ticketing hall is now accessible to the general public the un-named man was stopped “at the first security checkpoint where he tried to gain access to the departure lounge.“My information is that he was tracked on all the security cameras. The security measures that we put in place actually worked and proved that they worked this time around,” Williams added.The man has been taken to the Bellevue Hospital – an institution for mentally ill persons.Last November, the security at the airport was breached after a man was found wandering on the tarmac after reportedly hiding in a parked commercial plane for several hours. Sharelast_img read more

CAF, Chelsea send greetings as former Eagles Captain clocks 33

first_img Promoted ContentWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksLook At Something Beautiful That Wasn’t Made By A Human Being7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Top 10 Tiniest Phones Ever MadeThe Best Cars Of All Time8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts The Blues though currently observing a lockdown forced on the globe by the Covid-19 pandemic nonetheless took to their Instagram to send 33 hearty cheers to their worthy ambassador who gave his all while at the Bridge.”33 today! Have a great birthday, @Mikel_John_Obi! ” said the Frank Lampard tutored side. Mikel  did not only make an impressive run of his premier league career but also left his foot on the sand of history at the national level where he became the most capped Nigerian midfielder in history earning 90 caps, making two world cup  and five Nations cup appearances. Mikel parted ways with Trabzonspor of covid-19 call Mikel who last played for Turkish side Trabzonspor, recently parted ways with the club after his call for the Turkish league to be suspended following the rampaging effect of coronavirus was taking in bad light by club management. Read alsoCovid-19: Mikel distributes 1800 crates of eggs in Nigeria The said league and in fact all leagues and sports activities has since been put in the cooler as covid-19 continues to dictate what should and should not be.  May and June have tentatively been penciled down for possible return of sports activities but no one can say for sure that the dates are realizable as the world continues to chase for the cure. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Super Eagles Captain John Obi Mikel clocked 33 Wednesday, confederation of African Football (CAF) and former club Chelsea did not allow the suffocating worry of covid-19 allow them forget to congratulate the former Trabzonspor midfielder. As it is customary for the Continental body to regularly remember football greats in the continent, CAF did not only say “Happy birthday to Nigeria’s retired midfielder john Obi Mikel” on its twitter handle, but also backed the post with a short catalogue of his achievements” Birthday boy Mikel had impressive run with super eagles *Former national team captain *2013 #TotalAFCON winner *Three third-place medals” The former Tiajin Teda of china midfielder spent most of his playing career at Chelsea where he did not only impress for over a decade at the Stamford Bridge but also won several laurels for his effort including the prestigious Europa and Champions league playing alongside some of the best players in the world in the process.Advertisement Loading… last_img read more

‘If shouting won trophies, Diego Simeone would’ve won everything’ – Kwesi Appiah rubbishes claims he was too calm

first_imgKnown by many as a mild-mannered and calm coach, Kwesi Appiah, received a lot of criticism from many Ghanaian football fans for seemingly failing to exert enough authority over the Black Stars players during his time in charge.A number of people have argued that Appiah’s almost subdued demeanour on the touchlines is a reason why the Black Stars’ trophy drought continued during his tenure as coach, despite two separate spells as boss.Many have speculated that this calmness on the touchlines often extends to the dressing room and this has contributed to player revolts and some periods of tension with the squad, resulting in the unsettled sides often falling short at international tournaments.Appiah, speaking to Godfred Akoto Boafo on Citi TV‘s Face to Face, accepted that he prefers not to deal with issues on and off the pitch by having shouting matches and insisted that his way was largely more effective in dealing with players.He argued that even though there are times were tough love was needed, it was more important to ensure the players get the right instructions.“When it comes to coaching, it’s not the shouting or throwing of legs and hands on the touchlines that makes the difference. It’s important to send the messages across to the players at the right time. You can only send messages to the players when there’s an infringement. That’s the only time players will turn and listen to what the coach is saying,” he said.“Your motions may not be having any effect on the players. If that were the case [Diego] Simeone of Atletico Madrid would have won all the titles because he does a lot of running and shouting and throwing of hands. The important thing is sending the right messages to the players.”Atletico Madrid manager, Diego SimeoneHe added that some players respond very negatively to being called out in front of their teammates and react better when they are dealt with privately.“If you are always shouting at them, I don’t believe you’ll get the results that you need. It’s important to humble yourself and show them respect but once in a while…“There are some people who don’t like being shouted at, especially when they are around their colleagues. You need to find the means to get to them.”The question of his pitchside demeanour came up in relation to the title of his new book: “Leaders Don’t Have To Yell”, which was obviously inspired by the talk surrounding his style of management.In the book, Appiah spoke about a wide range of issues including his personal experiences and his time as Black Stars boss.Watch the full interview on Face to Face below or jump to his comments on his coaching methods at 3:20.last_img read more