The largest Croatian blues festival, created in honor of Philadelphia Jerry Ricks, one of the most famous representatives of traditional blues (country-blues), who chose Kastav as his last resting place, this year offers an attractive multi-day program.Kastav Blues Festival it is slowly approaching and there are less than 15 days left until its start, and we definitely recommend that you experience real blues in Kastav from 04.-08.August.2016.g. Ulaz je bestplana te će se u sklopu festivala održati i izložbe kao i glazbeno-kreativne radionice.Apart from Kastav, part of the blues festival is also held in Kostrena, Matulji, Viškovo and Čavle, which will once again host eminent domestic and international blues imena, te zasigurno publici pružiti nezaobilazan glazbeni doživljaj ispunjen dobrim vibracijama i kvalitetnim blues. The ninth edition of this memorial festival will present the names of renowned musicians from Italy, Cuba, Senegal, USA, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Great Britain and of course, Croatia.You can see the entire program and the list of performers on the official ones festival website. Invitation to this year’s edition Kastav Blues arranged by one of the most esteemed slide – guitarist and honorary citizen of Kastav, Michael Messer
AUSTRALIA: Freightliner Australia announced a 10-year haulage agreement with Xstrata Coal on September 25. Trains will start in late 2010, carrying 10 million tonnes of coal a year between Hunter Valley mines and the port of Newcastle. In July Xstrata Coal signed a 10-year haulage deal with Pacific National which covers the majority of its current coal output, but Freightliner said the latest agreement will enable the miner ‘to effectively manage capacity growth while also managing associated risks.’ The alliance with Freightliner is to be known as X-Rail. Xstrata is procuring locomotives from United Group and wagons from Bradken, which will form three trains each comprising three locomotives and 90 wagons. The Australian subsidiary of UK-based Freightliner Group commenced rail operations in June, carrying cotton and agricultural products to Port Botany in Sydney.
Rob Green and Alejandro Faurlin return to the QPR side for their game at Hull.Keeper Green is available again after serving a one-match ban, while Faurlin has been passed fit after recently taking a knock to his knee.Their return means that Alex Smithies and midfielder Daniel Tozser are dropped to the substitutes’ bench.AdChoices广告Hull’s bench includes Shaun Maloney, who returns to the squad following a hamstring problem.Hull: McGregor, Odubajo, Dawson, Davies, Bruce, Robertson, Huddlestone, Davies, Clucas, Diame, Aluko, Hernandez.Subs: Jakupovic, Taylor, Meyler, Hayden, Elmohamady, Maloney, Akpom.QPR: Green; Perch, Onuoha, Angella, Konchesky; Henry, Faurlin; Phillips, Luongo, Chery; Austin.Subs: Smithies, Hall, Gladwin, Doughty, Mackie, Emmanuel-Thomas, Tozser. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook