Ludbreg

Bishop states principles to be followed by believers in Sept 11 election

Conducting a mass in the shrine of Ludbreg on Sunday, Sisak Bishop Vlado Kosic recalled the sacrifice of Croatian veterans for the country's freedom, underlining, in the context of early parliamentary elections set for September 11, that believers have principles and that they should not vote for those who use political power to turn the Croatian society into a society of atheists.

Govt. officials inspect landfill clean-up in Ludbreg

Environment and Nature Protection Minister Slaven Dobrovic and Deputy Prime Minister Bozo Petrov on Thursday inspected the clean-up of the Meka landfill in the northern Croatian town of Ludbreg worth almost HRK 36 million.

Ducati Komponenti building new plant in Ludbreg

First Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Karamarko visited the Ducati Komponenti company in Ludbreg, north Croatia on Monday for the beginning of construction of a HRK 42 million plant for the manufacture of low-voltage condensers and smart meter coils.