British singer David Bryan has been told he can represent Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest after an amazing change of heart by organisers.

David, 24, from Newcastle, was originally banned from the tournament, despite coming first with his song in the selection for the show.

Locals at first said he couldn’t represent the country as he wasn’t born there.

But now he’s been told he can sing his song Come as One for Romania at the final selection for Eurovision later this year.

„I am very happy,” said David, who lives in Oradea with his Romanian girlfriend.

„My plan is to start a career in Romania, I don’t want to move back in England and start again at the very beginning.

„This is where everything has happened for me. One day, I’d like to take my music back to England,” he added.

The Croatian Red Cross had collected 3,332 million kunas or 455,408 Euros for victims of the Haitian earthquake and for earthquake-relief efforts as of yesterday (Mon), 1 February.

„Arena poslovno upravljanje” ( Arena business management) is the only company that has applied in the third international competition to manage Arena Zagreb, a multi-functional indoor facility.

Former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic is set to start his coaching career this week.

Fimi media company head Nevenka Jurak has dismissed allegations her company has helped finance the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).

The Croatian language has been introduced in regular school programmes in Canadian province British Columbia.

The Hajduk Split football club has to pay compensation of one million kunas or 175,000 US dollars to the Neretva Metkovic club because of Darijo Srna’s transfer to Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk.

Dinamo Zagreb football player Igor Biscan got into s fight with a taxi driver who called a tow truck to tow away his car because he had not parked it properly on Saturday in Zagreb.

Bozidar Hudorovic has been guilty of 121 traffic violations and has been stopped more than 80 times by police for driving without a licence.

Uljanik Shipyard in Pula launched a self-propelled cutter-suction dredger ordered by Dredging and Maritime Management S.A. Luxembourg on Saturday.

Zagreb undertakers’ employees have revealed some of the strange and bizarre wishes of their clients in the last few years.

Read the article on Croatian Times

Brit Eurovision ban lifted

British singer David Bryan has been told he can represent Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest after an amazing change of heart by organisers.

David, 24, from Newcastle, was originally banned from the tournament, despite coming first with his song in the selection for the show.

Locals at first said he couldn’t represent the country as he wasn’t born there.

But now he’s been told he can sing his song Come as One for Romania at the final selection for Eurovision later this year.

„I am very happy,” said David, who lives in Oradea with his Romanian girlfriend.

„My plan is to start a career in Romania, I don’t want to move back in England and start again at the very beginning.

„This is where everything has happened for me. One day, I’d like to take my music back to England,” he added.

The Croatian Red Cross had collected 3,332 million kunas or 455,408 Euros for victims of the Haitian earthquake and for earthquake-relief efforts as of yesterday (Mon), 1 February.

„Arena poslovno upravljanje” ( Arena business management) is the only company that has applied in the third international competition to manage Arena Zagreb, a multi-functional indoor facility.

Former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic is set to start his coaching career this week.

Fimi media company head Nevenka Jurak has dismissed allegations her company has helped finance the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).

The Croatian language has been introduced in regular school programmes in Canadian province British Columbia.

The Hajduk Split football club has to pay compensation of one million kunas or 175,000 US dollars to the Neretva Metkovic club because of Darijo Srna’s transfer to Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk.

Dinamo Zagreb football player Igor Biscan got into s fight with a taxi driver who called a tow truck to tow away his car because he had not parked it properly on Saturday in Zagreb.

Bozidar Hudorovic has been guilty of 121 traffic violations and has been stopped more than 80 times by police for driving without a licence.

Uljanik Shipyard in Pula launched a self-propelled cutter-suction dredger ordered by Dredging and Maritime Management S.A. Luxembourg on Saturday.

Zagreb undertakers’ employees have revealed some of the strange and bizarre wishes of their clients in the last few years.

Read the article on Croatian Times

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