EVENING NEWS 7.6.2003. Ship Benty Leaves Monrovia - All Crew Members Fine The merchant ship Benty that has seven Croatian seamen aboard is sailing for the Canary Islands after it had left the Liberian capital of Monrovia last night as it got in cross-fire between the government and rebel forces. The ship is now sailing for Las Palmas where it should be in nine days time. All crewmembers are alive and well, although somewhat undernourished due to lack of food. HNS Presents a Justice System Reform Program The HNS party has presented in Zagreb its Justice system reform program entitled Better, Faster Justice. This is a program it will showcase at the next parliamentary elections. The program has been drawn up by lawyer Anto Nobilo. Among other elements, the program envisages a sharp rise in the fees needed to be paid for a court proceeding to begin. Sibenik is Declared A City of Culture of the Republic of Croatia At a ceremony held in Sibenik on Saturday, the town was declared by the Culture Minister a city of culture of the Republic of Croatia, following an initiative of the town of Sibenik last month. This has come about due to Sibenik's hefty investments in culture, the cultural heritage and monuments and historical heritage. This is the first such town in Croatia.