Hike & Bike mobile application of the island of Krk presented

first_imgThe Tourist Board of the island of Krk, in cooperation with all tourist boards on the island, has developed new, free mobile applications KRKhike i KRKbike.Hike & Bike is a new, free application for all lovers of the island of Krk who love walking and hiking, and allows you to search for hiking and mountaineering trails, and GPS navigation routes. Krkbike application allows you to search for bike routes by categories, road, MTB and trekking as well as allows GPS navigation of routes.You can download the KrkBike and KrkHike app for iOS and Android here .The most important thing in the whole story is to inform your guests about these applications, because it was made just for them, ie those guests who want an active vacation. Share this information through your newsletters and your social networks, and you can also print a notice and put it in your accommodation units.Don’t forget, guests do not come to the island of Krk because of your accommodation, but precisely because of the offer of a tourist destination, and that active vacation, ie content, is one of the solutions to extend the tourist season.last_img read more

Over 9,300 personnel deployed to secure Jakarta as omnibus law protests enter 2nd week

first_imgWidespread protests erupted across the country after the House of Representatives passed the bill on Oct. 5.Some protests, however, have been marred by violent clashes between protesters and security forces.Meanwhile, civil society organizations have slammed the police for using “excessive force” in managing the demonstrations as pictures of police assaulting protesters and journalists circulated on social media.The Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (Kontras) said it had received at least 1,500 reports on alleged police violence from Oct. 6 to 8 during the planned national strike against the new law, organized primarily by labor unions. (trn) The police also deployed 200 Brimob officers to West Java.Awi added that a joint force of 9,332 policemen, soldiers and Public Order Agency (Satpol PP) officers had been deployed in the capital on Tuesday to enforce security.Read also: ‘We are not yet defeated’: Students condemn govt’s dismissal of jobs law protestsWhile Tuesday’s protest in Jakarta involved several religious groups, the country’s second largest Islamic organization, Muhammadiyah, reasserted that it would not take part in any demonstrations. Instead, it would “focus on handling the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on education, the economy and public health”, Muhammadiyah secretary Abdul Mu’ti said on Monday, as quoted by tribunnews.com. The National Police on Monday deployed around 7,500 Mobile Brigade (Brimob) officers to ensure public safety and security in Jakarta amid continuing protests against the newly passed Job Creation Law, or omnibus law.Several groups, including the hard-line Islam Defenders Front (FPI) and the 212 Alumni Brotherhood (PA 212), went ahead with their planned demonstrations on Tuesday in Jakarta to demand that the government revoke the omnibus law.“The first deployment of [Brimob officers] arrived in Jakarta on Oct. 5, while the second arrived on Oct. 12. At least 7,500 officers are deployed here,” National Police spokesperson Brig. Gen. Awi Setiyono said on Monday as quoted by kompas.com.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Harrison pharmacy robbed, police search for two suspects

first_imgHarrison, Oh. — Police in Harrison, Ohio are looking for two suspects in a brazen Wednesday pharmacy robbery.A report from the Harrison Police Department says two black males entered the Village Pharmacy on Harrison Avenue at 9:10 a.m., restrained the employees with zip ties and locked them in a bathroom. The suspects reportedly took personal property, Xanax, Oxycodone and Ritalin.The suspects are described as black males in their 20’s, one was about 5-feet 10-inches tall and wearing a “True Religion” hoodie. The second suspect was approximately 6-feet 4-inches tall and wearing a Chicago Bulls hoodie. The pair fled in a black Chevrolet Malibu with Indianaplates north on State Street toward Interstate 74.Information about this crime can be left by calling 513- 367-3715.last_img