Average advertised house prices, according to classifieds Crozilla.com during August they recorded an increase in value on a monthly and annual basis.Thus, Opatija and Split recorded the largest monthly increase in prices, while the largest decline was recorded in Sisak and Slavonski Brod. The highest house prices were advertised on the Adriatic during August, and the first place is still held by Dubrovnik, where an average of 3959 euros was demanded for a “square”, including the price of a garden. In Opatija, the average asking price per square meter was 2273 euros, and in Split 1991 euros.Among the more favorable cities for buying a house on the sea, in August were Rijeka – where for “square” was asked 1232 euros, and Senj where the price was only 1 euro higher, while the average asking price of houses in Zadar was 1591 euros.Low prices of houses in the interiorData from Crozilla.com showed that during August, in most cities in the interior, the average advertised price per square meter of a house, including the price of a garden, was far below 1000 euros. Among the more favorable cities for buying houses during August were Bjelovar, where the average price was 460 euros per square meter, and Sisak, where the price was only 9 euros higher.In Osijek, an average of 601 euros was demanded for a “square”, in Slavonski Brod 669 euros, and in Varaždin 670 euros. On the other hand, the prices of houses in Zagreb during August were higher than in other cities in the continental area, but at the same time lower than at sea, and the average price per square meter of a house, including the price of a garden, was 1201 euros.Otok KrkApartments are 18 percent more expensive than housesApartment prices in August were higher than house prices, with a difference of 18 percent.Dubrovnik and Porec remained the only cities where houses were slightly more expensive than apartments, and the difference in prices was about 4 percent. The smallest difference was recorded in Senj, where apartment prices were 2,5 percent higher than house prices, and in Pula, where the difference was 2,6 percent.The average advertised prices of apartments in Bjelovar are as much as 45 percent higher than the prices of houses – which was the biggest difference in prices recorded in August. In Varaždin, apartment prices were 39 percent higher than house prices, in Osijek 37 percent, and in Sisak 35 percent.Foreigners are interested in houses in ZadarDuring August, Osijek and Zadar were the most sought after cities to buy a house, followed by Zagreb, Pula and Poreč. Potential foreign buyers, most of whom were from neighboring BiH, Germany, Switzerland and Slovenia, were most interested in houses sold through Crozilla.com in the area of Zadar, Crikvenica, and the islands of Vir and Krk.
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Patsy gets his award from Mayor McBreartyDONEGAL’S Mr Sport has been honoured with the Freedom of Donegal this afternoon.Patsy McGonagle, the Ireland Olympic team manager, said he was ‘humbled’ by the honour, only the sixth person to be given the award.The Donegal native, the son of Inishowen parents, has become synonymous with sport in Donegal, running the successful Finn Valley Sports Centre. Mayor Frank McBrearty led to tributes to Patsy in front of close family and friends.The Voice of Sport, former Highland radio man, Charlie Collins was also there with All-Ireland winner Martin McHugh.European Boxing Champion Jason Quigley was also at the event.Mayor McBrearty said it was fitting that Patsy received the honour. “We are very lucky to have someone of Patsy’s stature and nature here in Co Donegal,” he said.“The fact he managed the Ireland team for the past three Olympics speaks for itself.“Ballybofey and Stranorlar are the capitals of sport in Donegal.”County manager Seamus Neely also acknowledged Patsy’s role in managing GAA teams as well as Mac Cumhaills and Glenfin.He said the county schools athletics championships were a testament to his work at grassroots level by a man who had given so much to sport at a national level. Councillors paid glowing tributes to Patsy for his work over the years.“When he hung up his own spikes, he put on the boots to bring other people forward,” said Cllr Cora Harvey.She said that the Twin Towns man and former St Columb’s College student had helped raised untolled thousands for charity by helping to organise and run road races.Charlie Collins said it had been a privilege to work with Patsy on Donegal Community Radio and Highland Radio. Lifelong friend Neil Martin from Finn Valley AC paid a glowing tribute to his friend of 45 years.“He first set his eyes on me in 1968 and he hasn’t left me alone since,” he laughed.“The day always starts with a phone call, an email or a text from Patsy with something to do.”Cllr Patrick McGowan paid tribute to the entire McGonagle family for their dedication and service to the local community.Earlier Patsy confirmed Donegal Daily’s story from three months ago that Usain Bolt will visit Stranorlar early next year.Patsy joins an elite group of recipients of the award – Shay Given, Phil Coulter, Daniel O’Donnell and Clannad being the other five to have been honoured in a similar way.In his address to the chamber Patsy thanked the county council for the honour.“My life has been a treadmill all my life and I was thinking how did I end up sitting here on a Friday afternoon,” he said.“My parents would have been very proud.”He recalled fond memories working on his grandmother’s farm in Inishowen and the encouragement he received at St Columb’s College.He said Cranford AC was key to his life as a young man after leaving the boarding school.Patsy paid tribute to Highland Radio because “they allowed me to tell my story” over the years.“We built athletics through all the media,” he said.He paid tribute to athletes like Danny McDaid and Patsy Hegarty – great friends who had enthused him.And he said he wouldn’t have been able to all he had done without the support of his wife and his family.He was given a standing ovation for his speech.DONEGAL’S MR SPORT PATSY McGONAGLE HONOURED WITH FREEDOM OF THE COUNTY was last modified: June 15th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DONEGAL’S MR SPORT PATSY McGONAGLE HONOURED WITH FREEDOM OF THE COUNTY
Tags: bright stars fcBul FCExpress FCKCCA FCkirinya jssMbarara Cityndejje universityNyamityoborax Bul FConduparaka fcPaidah Black AnglesStarTimes Uganda Premeir LeagueTooro unitedURA FC KCCA (in yellow) have now accumulated 24 points (Photo by UPL media)StarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueSaturday, 08-12-2018– KCCA FC 3-1 Ndejje University FC-Onduparaka FC 2-1 Paidah Black Angels FC -Bright Stars FC 1-1 Bul FC-Kirinya JSS FC 1-0 Express FC -Mbarara City FC 1-1 URA FC-Tooro United 2-1 Nyamityobora FC KCCA FC now hold a four point caution atop the StarTimes Uganda Premier League following a 3-1 hard fought victory over Ndejje University at Lugogo on Saturday.The game was delayed before Kick-off after the visitors-Ndejje arrived late but despite threats for the fixture being postponed, it kicked off any way.Despite the home side enjoying the Lion’s share of possession, they could not bleach Ndejje’s resistance in the first 45 minutes and referee of the year, Brian Nsubuga sent both sides into the break dead-locked at 0-0.Nine minutes into the second half, Muzamir Mutyaba who was returning from injury gave Mike Mutebi’s side the lead and you could feel the relief around Lugogo.However, their lead lasted only 10 minutes before Ndejje equalized through Anwar Ntege.The goal only ignited KCCA to go forward and scored two quick goals in a space of four minutes to seal the game.First it was Muwadda Mawejje who struck on 73 minutes to restore the Kasasiros’ lead and then young-star Steven Sserwadda made the points safe with his first of the season on 77 minutes.The victory took KCCA onto 24 points, four ahead of Onduparaka FC in second.For Ndejje, the remained in 14th having accumulated only 7 points from their first 10 games.In the Arua Derby, Onduparaka required two second half goals to come from a one down and defeat sworn enemies Paidah Black Angels 2-1 at the Green Light Stadium.Andrew Kidega put the visitors in front on 9 minutes with a well taken strike and despite efforts by Onduparaka to restore purity before the break, Muhammad Kiseka’s side held on to go into the break with a slim one goal advantage.11 minutes after the break, Gadafi Gadinho equalized for the home side to send the Green Light Stadium into a frenzy.With 7 minutes on the clock, Ceaser Ochuti scored the winner for Onduparaka and in the process, broke Paidah’s hearts.Victory for Onduparaka elevated them into second on the log with 20 points after 10 games while Paidah remain bottom on four points.At Mwerere, Bright Stars were held to a second consecutive home draw by Jinja based, Bul FC.Going into the game on the back of a 1-1 draw at home to Express FC, Fred Kajoba’s side took the lead on 48 minutes through talismanic Captain-Nelson Ssenkatuka who took his season’s tally to six.However, the three points would not come for the Stars as Deogratious Ojok equalized for the visitors on the hour mark.The relentless pressure on Bul’s goal late on in the game would not tell for the home side as both teams settled for a point in the end.Bright Stars slip into 3rd on the table with 19 points while Bul remain 6th on 15.In the game played at the Mighty Arena in Jinja, Express FC were subjected to a third loss of the season, a second in a row.After losing to Onduparaka in their last game, the Red Eagles were optimistic of a result but in a game in which they barely created clear-cut chances, Kefa Kisala’s side were undone by a Joel Madondo goal with only 9 minutes of the 90 to play.This was Madondo’s 7th strike of the season and it came after a four game drought for October’s player of the month.The loss for Express sees them drop into 10th on the table with 13 points from 10 games.For Kirinya, they climb into 9th having accumulated 14 points so far in the season.At Kakyeka, Mbarara City and ten-man URA FC played out a 1-1 draw in front of a mammoth crowed.URA who have now drawn all their last six games, took the lead through a Tayo Odongo’s 42nd goal and thought they were headed for a third victory of the season.However, all their hard work was undone in four crazy second half minutes.First, Sirage Ssentamu was shown a second yellow and given his marching orders with 10 minutes to play. Then Rashid Mohammed happened on 84 minutes as the forward struck to level matters for the Ankole Lions.The draw is the 8th for Sam Simbwa’s side and despite still enjoying a unbeaten start to the league, the Tax Collectors sit a disappointing 7th on the table.For Mbarara, they slip into 5th on the table with 17 points, their best tally at this stage since returning to the top flight three seasons ago.In the last game of the day played in Buhinga, Tooro United defeated Nyamityobora 2-1.With all the three goals coming in the first half, Steven Omuria put the hosts-Tooro United in the lead inside the first 8 minutes.Charles Musige equalized for Asaph Mwebaze’s side on 20 minutes but Mike Kawooya struck with 13 of the first half to play, to restore Tooro’s one goal caution going into the break.Neither side could strike in the last 45 minutes as Tooro United registered their second victory of the season while Nyamityobora were subjected to a eighth loss this campaign.Tooro now sit 12 on the log with 10 points while Nyamityobora who have gathered only four points this campaign, are still second from bottom.The StarTimes Uganda Premier League resumes on Sunday witb Vipers SC at home to Police FC in Kitende.Comments