Secretary of State Jim Condos announces that since the Governor has declared a state of emergency, temporary emergency licenses for out-of-state health care providers and veterinarians are available.Use of Vermont providers should be our highest priority before reaching out to other states.Secretary Condos said this provision was enacted so Vermont would be better prepared to respond in the event of a disaster. It expedites the licensing process for the emergency assistance needed in the wake of a disaster like that caused by tropical storm Irene. Under normal conditions, the licensing process takes longer. ‘In an emergency situation like this,’ said Condos, ‘we need to act quickly to get the help on the ground where it is needed most. Volunteer health care professionals from neighboring states and even from all over the country are coming to Vermont to lend a hand. Under the circumstances, we’ll get them a temporary license the same day they apply and get them to work.’ Chris Winters, the Director of the Office of Professional Regulation, added: ‘Our mission is to protect the public and make sure that licensed health care providers are competent and safe practitioners. When the state is in emergency response mode, this law allows us to be more flexible when time is of the essence.’ 3 V.S.A. § 129(a)(10) allows the Office of Professional Regulation to issue temporary licenses to health care providers and veterinarians during a declared state of emergency. The health care provider or veterinarian must be currently licensed, in good standing and not subject to disciplinary proceedings in any other jurisdiction. The temporary license authorizes the holder to practice in Vermont until the termination of the declared state of emergency or 90 days, whichever occurs first. All licensing fees are waived. The Secretary of State’s Office of Professional regulation protects the public through licensing and regulation of 45 professions and nearly 55,000 licenses.
Samobor keeps pace with technological trends and from today Samobor can get to know virtually, ie through a virtual walk.Namely, the virtual walk through old Samobor and the still undiscovered Žumberak is the latest in a series of this year’s innovative projects of the Tourist Board of the town of Samobor.A 360-degree virtual walk through Samobor and Žumberak is a modern and innovative visual display of the city and its surroundings and enables user interaction with the service, helping them to orient themselves through the natural, historical and cultural sights of Samobor. In this way, tourists and guests are offered a new and different experience of sightseeing the city and presenting its attractions, and they are provided with a realistic and digital approach through the possibility of interaction and experience on a whole new level. “Virtual walk is a step forward in the promotion of our city and provides significant opportunities in attracting new guests, but also in returning the old who can now walk from their living room to our most interesting locations and revive beautiful memories that make it worthwhile to return here.“They point out from the Samobor Tourist BoardThe virtual walk is adapted for use on all devices connected to the Internet, without the need to install additional applications or programs. Try a virtual walk through Samobor here<br />
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Newcastle also reported revenues increased by 35 per cent from £95.9million to £129.7million. More than half of Newcastle’s income – £78.3million – came from the Premier League television rights deals, with commercial income also increasing. Jensen told Press Association Sport: “This has just provoked more questions than answers. There is £28.5million of costs for which there is no explanation. The wages-to-turnover ratio is also not included. “We had anticipated a profit of around £50m, especially with Cabaye being sold. “The way that most fans look at it is that Newcastle didn’t buy a single player in the whole season and sold Cabaye. Everyone knows how much these clubs are getting from TV so Newcastle fans would like to think more profit would mean more team strengthening but that has not been the case. “There seems to be both a lack of transparency and ambition.” Newcastle finished 10th last season and are currently 12th in the Premier League table. A Newcastle statement said: “Most significantly, the club reported strong commercial revenue growth delivering £25.6million in 2014, up from £17.1million in 2013. This 49.7 per cent increase was largely the result of two lucrative new deals with the club’s principal sponsors, Wonga and Puma.” It is the fourth successive year the club has made a profit and cements Newcastle’s positions in financial terms as one of the most successful in the top flight. Everton made a profit last season of £28.2m, Manchester United £23.9million, Chelsea £18.4m and Arsenal £4.7million while Sunderland lost £16.9million and Manchester City made a £23million loss. The club have not released the full annual report, only selected highlights with no detailed explanation as to how £28.5million of extra costs have been incurred. Mark Jensen, editor of online fanzine themag.co.uk, said he had expected profits for the 2013/14 campaign to be closer to £50million given the increase in income from television rights and the sale of Yohan Cabaye to Paris St Germain for around £20million. Press Association Newcastle have announced record profits of £18.7million for last season but fans say the figures have provoked more questions than answers. Newcastle’s debt remained static at £129million in the form of an interest-free loan from owner Mike Ashley – none of the debt has been repaid. Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley said: “I am pleased to report a positive set of results which confirms the healthy financial position the club now finds itself in and is a reflection of the prudent and measured manner in which we operate. “The club benefits from a supportive owner and is financially stable. This gives us a strong platform from which to grow, both on and off the pitch, a result of which means, as we move forward, we are able to net spend on the playing squad and invest in other areas of the business. “The most pleasing aspect in this set of accounts has been the growth in our commercial revenue and it has been our strongest year yet in that respect. “With our commitment to keeping ticket prices affordable for our supporters growing our commercial income has been crucial. The deals we struck with our two main sponsors, Wonga and Puma, together with a stronger focus on our commercial operations, have helped us achieve this growth. “We believe financial stability will deliver positive on-field results for the club.” The announcement prompted an outbreak of sarcastic humour from fans on social media, with @GallowgateShots posting: “#NUFC fans flock to the streets in masses to celebrate their record profit win.”