26 Jul 2017, 20:47 PM

STEM Car will be travelling through Slavonia for two weeks, offering free robotics and programming workshops.

26 Jul 2017, 20:31 PM

The Croatian champions dominated and missed opportunities in the first half, while the Austrian side completely controlled the match in the second.

26 Jul 2017, 19:50 PM

More international praise for UberBOAT comes from Marie Claire and their guide on how to use the new service

26 Jul 2017, 17:15 PM

The existing trams that drive through Zagreb's streets are set to receive additional devices and software to ensure the greater safety of both passengers and pedestrians.

26 Jul 2017, 15:47 PM

The consequences of deflation are not yet clear.

26 Jul 2017, 15:23 PM

Larger suppliers and creditors will have to wait for a while.

26 Jul 2017, 14:14 PM

Many legends also confirm this was an exceptionally wine-rich area in the past.

26 Jul 2017, 14:12 PM

A sum of HRK 29 million that was supposed to be invested in the luxurious resort Hotels Plat near Dubrovnik has been redirected to Agrokor, reports DuList.

The Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development (HBOR) approved funding for the renovation project of the hotel complex, and yet the sum is now being loaned to Agrokor. In 2014, Karisma Resorts International and Agrokor co-founded a company called HKA četiri d.o.o in order to participate in a public contest for privatisation of 92.5% of shares in Hoteli Plat d.d. This means Agrokor first invested in the project, then pledged their shares after the recent collapse, then borrowed money they invested in the first place. A couple of months ago, in case of non-payment of liabilities, Agrokor would've undergone an enforcement procedure that would have their shares sold to a new investor. However, such an outcome is now prevented by Lex Agrokor.

As Agrokor didn't repay the major part of the loan, they inflicted damages on both HBOR and the citizens of Croatia. Sources say HBOR wasn't even informed about the ongoing situation on time.


26 Jul 2017, 14:14 PM

Luxury hotels are looking to Croatia. 

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  • The roads are occasionally wet and slippery in the central and northwestern parts of Croatia. There is some heavy traffic on the A3 Bregana-Lipovac, eastbound, the queue at the border crossing Bajakovo is approximately 2,5 km long. On the A6 Rijeka-Zagreb between Ravna Gora and Vrbovsko there is a broken down freight vehicle (on the 22nd km) in direction Zagreb, the right hand lane is closed (100 m). Sections of the roads closed due to roadworks: -on the DC1 state road in Lučko (Zagreb) -on the DC6 state road, section Glina-Dvor border crossing; -on the DC502 Smilčić-Pridraga state road. Traffic is regulated by traffic signals/one road lane is free only: -on the DC1 state road in Knin until 14 July; -on the DC1 state road at Mostanje and on the section Sučević-Otrić. -on the DC8 Adriatic road on the section Zaton Doli-Bistrina; -on the DC66 Pula-Most Raša state road. With the sunny and dry weather, more and more cyclists and motorists are on the roads. Other vehicles (such as cars or trucks) should look carefully for bicyclists before turning left or right, merging into bicycle lanes and opening doors next to moving traffic. Check your mirrors and be aware of blind spots before turning. While at a stop sign or red light, make a complete stop in order to let bikers pass, and check for unseen riders. Respect the right of way of bicyclists because they are entitled to share the road with you. Cyclists are not immune to traffic violations: pay attention to red lights and practice arm signaling!
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  • Due to roadworks in Slovenia between Ptuj and the border crossing Gruškovje (Macelj) there are occasionally queues. Expect hold-ups especially during the weekend. Traffic is suspended at the border crossing Metković due to a system failure. Due to traffic density and occasional additional controls, during the day longer waiting times are possible at the border crossings with Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia. At Harmica border crossing traffic is allowed for vehicles up to 7,5 tonnes only.
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  • All ferries and catamarans are operating according to the schedule.
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