The required documentation is: “All taxpayers who are registered in this way in the eVisitor system, tourist communities should register separately in order to be invited to confirm the registration when the conditions for this will be provided.”Point out the CNTB. or a. Owners of holiday houses / flats – purchase contract, excerpt from land registers or cadastre, decision on inheritance or similarb. Residents of the municipality or city – identity card (data that must be visible are name, surname, OIB and address of residence) The required documentation is: When the tourist board notifies the taxpayer that it is registered, the taxpayer can log in to the eVisitor system via NIAS (eCitizens). a. Owners of holiday houses / flats – purchase contract, excerpt from land registers or cadastre, decision on inheritance or similarb. Residents of the municipality or city – identity card (data that must be visible are name, surname, OIB and address of residence) The first registration can be done in the following two ways: 1. The taxpayer may send to the competent tourist board a request for registration in the eVisitor system of all necessary documentation by e-mail. The documentation required for registration can be scanned or photographed. Due to the emergency situation regarding coronavirus, registration in the eVisitor system has been adjusted for the following categories of taxpayers: new holiday home users i residents of municipalities / cities receiving guests. Exceptionally, until the situation normalizes, it is not necessary to come in person to the office of the tourist board for the purposes of registration in the eVisitor system, emphasize the CNTB. Additionally, the taxpayer should submit his mobile phone number, while the tourist board will send the taxpayer a username and TAN list by email, and a password via SMS or phone call. 2. The taxpayer may send to the competent tourist board a request for registration in the eVisitor system of all necessary documentation by e-mail. The documentation required for registration can be scanned or photographed. Also, the CNTB points out that residents of municipalities / cities that receive guests do not pay tourist tax. Likewise, owners of holiday homes / apartments (weekenders) pay the tourist tax only during the season (15.6. To 15.9), which means that in the current period they are not obliged to pay the tourist tax.
Luchini named to Maine Running Hall of Fame – August 12, 2020 Liz GravesReporter at Mount Desert IslanderFormer Islander reporter and editor Liz Graves grew up in California and came to Maine as a schooner sailor. Bio MDI Hospital to begin contact tracing – August 5, 2020 Keene appeals his 2019 murder conviction – July 30, 2020 Latest posts by Liz Graves (see all) Mount Desert Island High School senior Brandon Murphy finished sixth in the 400-meter dash Saturday at the state Class B indoor track championships at Bates College. The MDI boys finished fourth overall.PHOTO COURTESY OF MIMI MOOERSLEWISTON — Senior Ralph Magnani and junior Ryan Bender of Mount Desert Island High School became individual state champions Saturday in the Class B indoor track state meet Monday at Bates College. Those performances led the boys’ team to a fourth-place finish. The MDI girls were twelfth.Magnani won the 800-meter run with a time of two minutes even. Bender won the long jump with 20 feet, 9 inches.“I thought it went well,” Coach Brad Witham said. The boys’ team was fresh off a PVC runner-up win and has set several records this year. “I was really super happy seeing Ralph be able to win the 800.“There are so many variables leading up to each meet. You want everyone to be injury free and feeling strong, and that can happen at different points of the season. As a theme, our team dynamic is really strong,” he said.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAidan Robichaud-Ward, Jose Chumbe, Josh Bloom and Magnani were seventh in the 4×800-meter relay with a time of 9:17.07. Matt Hanna was fifth in the 55-meter hurdles with 8.45 seconds, and Jordan Harris was seventh with 8.82.Brandon Murphy ran the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.03 seconds in the preliminaries, but the qualifying performances all fell under the seven-second mark. Murphy took sixth place in the 400-meter dash with 54.55 seconds. Hanna was eighth with 55.77.Murphy, Hanna, Bender and Magnani were third in the 4×200-meter relay in a very close race with a time of 1:37.82.Bender was third in triple jump with 40 feet 3 inches. Aaron Miller was fourth in high jump with six feet even. Harris was fifth in pole vault with 11 feet even.On the girls’ side, Ashley Anderson was sixth in the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.83 seconds. Caroline Driscoll was runner-up in the one-mile run with 5:41.02. Anderson was sixth in the 400-meter dash with 1:04.06 and fourth in the 200-meter dash with 27.90 seconds. Driscoll was ninth in the 2-mile run with 12:35.82.Catherine Ding, Mackenzie Hanna, Addie Beal and Jennifer Clemens were 21st in the 4×200-meter relay with 2:08.75. Riley Mooers was eleventh in shot put with 27 feet 9 inches. Clemens was 12th in triple jump with 30 feet 1 inch.Witham said he’s excited about the upcoming outdoor track season and next year. “We hope to get a couple more newcomers,” he said. “I’d love to put together some really strong girls’ sprint teams.” Latest Posts
However, to maintain the winning mentality, the Super Eagles are set for another win in their last group game against Madagascar.Reacting after the victory over Guinea, Nigeria’s team manager, Gernot Rohr, expressed satisfaction with his team’s display against the Syli Nationale and he is now aiming to end their group outing on a high against Madagascar on Sunday.“It was a good performance from the team today, we played really well though it was a tough game from Guinea,” Rohr said after the game. I am happy we could deal with the danger they posed and being the first into the round of 16 is a joy for us. Now we have to ensure we finish off well against Madagascar in our last game to top the pool,” the German-born tactician said.In a chat with THISDAY, former Nigerian international, Friday Ekpo said the team should go for the broke against Madagascar to at least put the players in a winning mood.“Staying in a winning mood is always very important in a competition. It keeps the players in a winning mentality and focus.“After the slow and shaky start Super Eagles first game against Burundi, the team showed much improvement in the second match against Guinea and a lot of Nigerians expect to see a better performance against Madagascar come Sunday,” Ekpo said.Meanwhile, Super Eagles have been charged to step up their games and win convincingly in their subsequent matches at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations and not depend on edging past their opposition.That was the message passed across by the trio of Shaun Bartlett, Laryea Kingston and coach Gavin Hunt who spoke as studio analysts on Super Sport late Wednesday night as Nigeria eased to the Round of 16 stage of the AFCON in Egypt.Former South Africa striker and key member of the Bafana Bafana squad that won the 1996 AFCON on home soil, Bartlett, hailed the attacking talents on the Nigerian side but nonetheless expressed his reservations. “Nigeria are a very attacking team but they find it difficult to break down the opponents,” the one-time Charlton Athletic striker noted.“You have to be in the right positions and take your chances. Ighalo should have crossed the ball for Ahmed Musa and it would have been a simple tap in, not apologise after missing the chance,” said Bartlett, a reaction which drew laughter from other analysts.“The Super Eagles can make changes for the Madagascar match. That is the beauty of it and I feel we’ll see the best of the Nigerian team in the knockout stages,’ Bartlett opined.Former Black Stars star Kingston stressed that winning must come with better performances for Gernot Rohr’s team. “In a game of football, you have to perform well before you win games. How many times are you going to perform badly and (hope to) win your games.“Nigeria need to start winning games convincingly because as the competition progresses if you don’t perform well against difficult opponents they will punish you for that.“Guinea were careful. They were very tactical. They knew that they can be punished by Nigeria that is why they played defensively,” Kingston stated.Like Bartlett, Super Sport FC head coach Gavin Hunt also berated Ighalo for not laying the ball on a plate for a well placed Musa to score. The tactician then added: “Guinea ‘didn’t want to play’ – they didn’t want to come out so if you are facing such teams you push the ball forward a lot quicker.“I think they (Nigeria) will improve as the tournament progresses. Sometimes it’s a mentality thing. Sometimes players go ‘who are we playing against. But they need to sort out these things,” Hunt concluded.After seeing off the ‘tough’ challenge from Burundi on Thursday, Madagascar coach Nicolas Dupuis, said he is pleased with the team’s hard-fought victory as they edge closer to securing a spot in the last-16 round.“I am so happy because of this victory. It was our first in the history of the AFON and we worked hard for it,” Dupuis said after the game.“It was not an easy match because Burundi gave us a tough time especially in the second half. But we can be proud of our efforts, we can be proud of what we achieved but the work is not yet over. We still have Nigeria to think about.”Madagascar are second in Group B with four points after two matches, two points behind Nigeria.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram After booking their place in the knockout stage of the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, having beaten Burundi and Guinea 1-0 apiece, the Super Eagles are leaving no stone unturned in their quest to amass the maximum nine points as the play their final group game against Madagascar at the Alexandria Stadium on Sunday The Super Eagles started their Africa Cup of Nations campaign on a shaky note against Burundi last Saturday but managed a narrow 1-0 win, courtesy of Odion Ighalo’s strike.With an improved performance against the Guineans on Wednesday, it was also a narrow win through an unlikely scorer, Omerou, to make it six points from two matches and a place to the second round of the competition. Eagles training for Zimbabwe thursday in Asaba
Last Updated: 15th August, 2020 09:28 IST Ramon Laureano’s Suspension Reduced From 6 Games To 4 Oakland Athletics center fielder Ramon Laureano had a six-game suspension reduced to four games Friday after appealing the penalty for his role in a benches-clearing brawl with the rival Houston Astros First Published: 15th August, 2020 09:28 IST LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By COMMENT WATCH US LIVE Associated Press Television News Oakland Athletics center fielder Ramon Laureano had a six-game suspension reduced to four games Friday after appealing the penalty for his role in a benches-clearing brawl with the rival Houston Astros.Major League Baseball said a settlement had been reached and the A’s were informed of the decision. Laureano was set to begin the four-game suspension Friday night and will miss a three-game weekend Bay Bridge Series against the San Francisco Giants. After sitting out Monday at Arizona, he will be eligible to play Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.Astros hitting coach Álex Cintrón received a 20-game suspension and a fine Tuesday for his role in the fracas at Oakland last Sunday. Laureano also received a fine.Cintrón’s suspension is the longest for an on-field transgression in 15 years, since Texas pitcher Kenny Rogers received 20 games for his altercation with two cameramen in 2005.Laureano was hit by a pitch from Humberto Castellanos with one out in the seventh inning of Oakland’s 7-2 victory — the third time he got hit in the series and the fifth time overall for an A’s batter. Houston players weren’t plunked at all. He pointed at Castellanos and began exchanging words with a gesturing Cintrón then left first base, threw down his batting helmet and began sprinting toward the 41-year-old Cintrón.Astros catcher Dustin Garneau tackled Laureano before the A’s outfielder got to the hitting coach. Laureano is a former Astros player and the rival clubs have been the top two teams in the AL West the past two years. A’s pitcher Mike Fiers, another former Houston player, revealed the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal in November to The Athletic.Image credits: AP FOLLOW US
Manchester City had to be patient against a determined Stoke side but eventually clinched a comfortable victory which keeps them seven points behind Premier League leaders Manchester United.The Potters visited the Etihad Stadium on the back of a 10-game unbeaten run and with a game-plan of frustrating the champions.It was a tactic that worked for most of the first half until Pablo Zabaleta broke the deadlock and, from then on, the hosts were comfortable. Edin Dzeko gave Roberto Mancini’s men breathing space after the break and Sergio Aguero sealed a one-sided win from a penalty awarded after Steven Nzonzi had fouled David Silva outside the box.The margin of victory was a welcome boost for Manchester City’s goal difference, although United outscored them in their win at Wigan.But in a week where he bemoaned his inability to sign Robin van Persie in the summer, Mancini will be cheered by the fact that, with his side scoring seven goals in their last two games, his strikers appear to be firing again. Only a late hamstring injury to Aguero, who was by far the home side’s most effective attacking force from the first whistle, took the shine off their day. The game was barely a minute old when the Argentine striker met a James Milner cross but saw his shot blocked by Asmir Begovic at his near post.That set the tone for a first half that turned into an almost endless exercise of attack versus defence, with the champions unable to take their chances when they found a way through Stoke’s massed defence.Aguero was wasteful when he fired over after running on to Gareth Barry’s clipped pass but went a lot closer when he shaved the post with a header from another Barry delivery and saw a fizzing shot clawed away by Begovic.With the score still goalless, frustration among the home fans inside the Etihad Stadium was growing, although it was directed at Stoke’s perceived time-wasting tactics rather than their own side’s shortcomings in front of goal. It was Zabaleta who put the latter right just before half-time, taking advantage of some uncharacteristically poor Stoke defending to advance unchallenged from the right touchline with Milner, and tuck away the loose ball after Begovic blocked Milner’s cross.The pattern of the game did not change after the break, with the title contenders still the only side who looked like scoring, and they did not take long to put the game beyond Stoke’s reach.Dzeko, who had already crashed a dipping first-time shot over the bar, was in the right place to slot home when Begovic spilled Aguero’s angled shot.Stoke, at last, ventured forward with intent and Joe Hart was forced into his first meaningful action of the game when he clawed away Charlie Adam’s free-kick, before Jon Walters skewed a shot over from close range.The Potters’ chances of a comeback still looked remote, however, and they were ended completely when Aguero made it 3-0 from the spot. There was still time for Glenn Whelan to force a late diving save from Hart, with the England keeper pushing his shot on to a post.But the only late drama at the Etihad Stadium was the injury to Aguero, who limped off late on. The champions can ill-afford to be without one of their most potent strikers for much of 2013.Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini: “We played very well, like we played against Norwich and Sunderland, but sometimes it’s not enough to play very well, it’s important to score.“In the first half we deserved to score two or three goals, but it was difficult because Stoke is the best defence in the Premier League.“It was important to keep a clean sheet, because if we start to score and don’t concede a goal we can have a chance to recover these points.” Stoke City manager Tony Pulis: “We’ve come here and played right at our maximum, and they’ve played below par. We didn’t play as well as we can play, and they played well.“Sometimes you have to be a little bit grounded, not get carried away and look at facts and figures. When you have spent that much money on the quality they have, it’s always difficult.“We’ve played Tottenham, Liverpool then Southampton with 10 men for the last 25 minutes so it’s been tough. Coming here, against one of the best teams in the Premier League, the lads looked tired in the second half. They kept going, they had great spirit, great commitment and I’m not criticising them at all.”