15-23 Benaud St, MacGregor.Garden City Westfield is close by, Sunnybank Market Square is just a stone’s throw away and the property is 15 minutes drive to the CBD.According to realestate.com.au, the DA incorporates 24 large three-bedroom units for families, 71 two-bedroom units for couples and 21-one bedroom units.The building name is Green Park Macgregor, designed by Kris Kowalski Architects. The property goes to auction on-site at 1.30pm on Saturday. 15-23 Benaud St, MacGregor.Local and international developers have shown a keen interest in this southeast Queensland property set to go to auction on Saturday.The property at 15-23 Benaud St, MacGregor is currently owned by one person, according to Ray White — Sunnybank Hills selling agent Martin Ma.Combined, the blocks total 4981sq m, and the owner has development approval for 116 units across six levels.Mr Ma said many developers had inquired about the property.“We’ve had a lot of local developers call, but we have had overseas inquiries too,” Mr Ma said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour ago“This is the biggest block in the suburb for sale.“Definitely, a developer will buy it.”
6 Sherlock Court, Guanaba. 38-42 Yuulong Rd, Tamborine Mountain. 13 Ernest St, Labrador. Auction: The Event, January 28, 10am, RACV Royal Pines Resort 2 Witches Chase, Tamborine Mountain. 6 Sherlock Court, Guanaba 2 Witches Chase, Tamborine Mountain. 13 Ernest St, Labrador. 273B Syndicate Rd, Tallebudgera Valley. 6 Sherlock Court, Guanaba. Price: Offers over $899,000 273B Syndicate Rd, Tallebudgera Valley 6 Sherlock Court, Guanaba. 2 Witches Chase, Tamborine Mountain. 38-42 Yuulong Rd, Tamborine Mountain. 38-42 Yuulong Rd, Tamborine Mountain. Auction: January 26, 11am, on-site With three levels all serviced by an elevator, this is one Queenslander that ticks the box for luxury living.There are four separate formal living areas that lead off a large open lounge area that flows to the downstairs bedrooms.The kitchen is complete with gas cooktop and has a servery that leads out to the veranda overlooking the property.A pool and tennis court as well as lush green landscaping adds to the ambience of the 2.02ha property. Auction: January 23, 11am, Palazzo Versace It’s a Queenslander and it’s going to auctton on Australia Day.Taking advantage of its elevated position, this family Queenslander offers views of the Guanaba Valley. The residences has four bedrooms, multiple living areas and a wraparound veranda.There is also a large shed complex with two stables, three garages and ad undercover area that’s perfect for horses. 38-42 Yuulong Rd, Tamborine Mountain 273B Syndicate Rd, Tallebudgera Valley. 13 Ernest Street, Labrador The 100-year-old Queenslander in Labrador is up for sale and as well as a raft of traditional features from the early 1900s, the property comes with an extensive history.“The people who owned it originally could see the Hinterland and they could see the Broadwater so they called it Two Views,” vendor Lloyd Nugent said.“When we bought it people used to say to us ‘you bought Two Views’ — it was talked about a lot in the area.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa13 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago The owners of this property have blended the modern Queenslander with a Hamptons flair, embracing splashes of colour, fireplaces, water features and fountains.Glenloch, the main residence on the property, offers 602sq m of living space.The kitchen features granite benches and splashbacks, an Ilvi oven and a Neil Perry Kitchen five burner gas cooktop.There are magnificent views from almost every room of the house while the open plan living area has wood and gas fireplaces. The property also features a guesthouse and is surrounded by award-winning European inspired gardens. 273B Syndicate Rd, Tallebudgera Valley. Auction: The Event, January 28, 11am, RACV Royal Pines Resort Corinne and Mark Russell bought their Tallebudgera Valley Queenslander five years ago, drawn to the spectacular vista on offer.Since then the pair, who have two daughters, have given it a modern facelift. “It was dated but it had great bones,” Ms Russell said. “We just changed a little bit of the layout, painted inside and out, retiled, put in new bathrooms and a new deck around the pool area.” The house two spacious living and dining areas that open onto a wraparound balcony as well a study and media room. Ms Russell said the veranda was where her family spent the most time. The stunning Queenslander inspired home at 6 Sherlock Court, Guanaba.THE Gold Coast is not known for Queenslander-style houses but it seems many are striking a chord with house hunters.Several properties with traditional Queenslander features — verandas decorated with fretwork, open-plan living areas, wooden floors and casement windows — have hit the market in recent weeks.Josh Thomas, of Ray White Prestige, is marketing two Queenslander houses on the Coast and said the main appeal for buyers was the lifestyle they offered.“On the Coast they are more commonly found in the Hinterland and country as they can be opened right up to let the breezes come through the house,” he said.“They add a lot of outdoor space to your living areas with the wraparound verandas.“They also tend to be owned by families – they’re a great home to raise a family in.”Here is a round up of the top five: 2 Witches Chase, Tamborine Mountain
The Rhum conundrum It is worth reminding that the Rhum field has attracted attention recently as Iran’s NIOC owns a share in it, making a field potentially “vulnerable” to the new sanctions regime against Iran announced by the U.S. government on May 8. BP and NIOC have a 50% interest in the field each.The decision by the U.S. government to reinstate the sanctions against Iran resulted in a change of U.S. policy in respect of the granting of OFAC licenses.Certain services in support of Rhum field operations are currently provided under authorizations obtained from the U.S. OFAC. The current OFAC license issued to BP enabling the provision of goods, services and support by certain U.S. persons, expires on September 30, 2018. Applications have been submitted to OFAC by BP and Serica for a renewed license beyond that date.Serica said in August that, together with BP, it was in discussions with both UK and US governments to provide the basis on which the necessary license consents can be obtained and thereby enable continuing operations on the Rhum field after expiry of the existing OFAC license.Offshore Energy Today Staff Serica Energy has agreed with BP to delay the completion of acquisition of BP’s interest in the Bruce, Keith, and Rhum (BKR) fields in the UK North Sea to enable the completion of regulatory processes. Bruce, Keith, and Rhum fields map / Source: SericaSerica said on Friday it had agreed with BP to extend the completion timetable for the BKR transaction for one month until early November 2018.This extension is to enable outstanding regulatory and partner consent processes to be completed, including processes by the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) relating to the Rhum field, Serica explained.These consents are part of the conditions for completion as set out when the BKR transaction was announced back in November 2017.“Serica and BP are working closely together and are committed to achieving this new timetable. The terms of both the BP transaction and the related transaction with Total remain unchanged,” Serica said.To remind, Serica is also buying Total’s Bruce and Keith field interests through a deal announced last August. Under this deal, Serica will take over a 42.25% interest in the Bruce field and a 25% interest in the Keith field and associated infrastructure from Total.It is worth noting that the Total transaction is subject to completion of the BP transaction.In particular, Serica continues to be entitled to a share of net cash flows from the BKR Assets relating to the BP and Total interests during the period from the effective date of the BP and Total acquisitions (January 1, 2018) to the date of completion. This will continue to be the case under the extended timeline, with gas prices achieving record levels during the effective period since the start of the year. Serica noted that all other transition requirements, including transfer of offshore and onshore staff, readiness of operating, safety and environmental procedures and transfer of all contractual obligations, are ready to complete once all outstanding consents have been received.Serica added it will be ready to assume operatorship of the BKR Assets once the outstanding conditions have been met.Mitch Flegg, Chief Executive of Serica Energy, commented: “We have taken the decision to extend the completion period on BKR as a practical measure that provides additional time for the approvals process to complete. We are working closely with the various authorities and with field partners to satisfy all remaining conditions and we appreciate the commitment that the relevant parties are making as we near completion of this complex transaction. Serica is well prepared to assume operatorship of the assets. Together with BP, we remain fully committed to completing the BKR deal.“Completion of these important transactions will enable Serica to assume operatorship and optimize the full performance of these valuable UK offshore assets, extend producing life where possible and ensure maximum recovery of remaining reserves. Coming at a time of strong gas prices and significantly improved oil prices the company is set to benefit from the resultant strong cash flows which have occurred since the start of the year, as well as from resumed production at Erskine which is expected to occur later this month as planned.” Serica ready for operator role
NZ Herald 12 May 2016Family First Comment: Slippery Slope? It’s becoming the Dopey Slope!“On May 1, 2014, the pair publicly married the soil – they were attracted to its power to give life, its beauty and the fact it’s “real dirty”.”Sigh.Walking into a sex chamber you would expect to see whips, chains and a pair of handcuffs.But there is a temporary sex house in Melbourne that is nothing like you’d think.As you venture deeper into the rooms you will find condoms that fit your fingers and surgical masks with grass sprouting from the mouth.This is the sex house of an ecosexual, a person who makes the land their lover, bringing a whole new meaning to “environmentally friendly” and “whore-ticulture”.The “Ecosexual Bathhouse” is in the tangles of the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens, created by Ian Sinclair and Loren Kronemyer.Ecosexuals have fantasies about nature and use their senses of touch to strengthen their romantic and sensual feelings towards the environment.The whole idea is if somebody can develop sexual attraction and a love for the biosphere, they will in turn look after it going into the future – it’s said to be a type of activism.The term “ecosexual” was invented by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, two women who claim to be passionately and fiercely in love with the earth.On May 1, 2014, the pair publicly married the soil – they were attracted to its power to give life, its beauty and the fact it’s “real dirty”.Ecosexuals talk dirty to plants, kiss and lick the earth, bury themselves in soil and do nude dances while the environment watches on.They also swim naked in natural waters, hug and stoke trees and give the earth massages.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11637911
FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Super Eagles midfielder Joe Aribo has revealed he is under intense pressure to deliver for his Scottish league side Rangers, noting that the fans insist not only in winning every match but with wide margin. Such mindset according to the former Charlton Athletic ace mounts a lot of pressure on every player that wants to be in the good books of the fans and also maintain regular slot in the team. He however described the pressure as positive one as it has gingered him to work harder with a view to improving his performance with every match. “One thing I have always said is that the fans here at Rangers are just ruthless, they want to win every game and it has to be by a big margin. Super Eagles midfielder Joe Aribo battles against Brazilian player during the international friendly “I know every week I have to perform, I have to be the best that I can be and we have to do that as a team also.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The World6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body10 Popular Asian Actresses That Look Irresistible “That pressure makes you a better player and a better person because you know if you’re sloppy or you’re not at your best then you will come out of the team. It is good pressure and it is what you need to be the best that you can be,” he enthused. Aribo who was impressive for Super Eagles in 2021 AFCON qualifiers said nothing gladdens the heart of every player than winning matches and meeting set targets. “Momentum is a big thing and if you are winning then you just want to keep winning, keep playing and keep the games coming thick and fast so you can keep winning.” The former Staines Town midfielder who was first called into the Nigerian squad in a friendly against Ukraine made his debut a memorable one playing for full 90 minutes and scoring in the 2-2 draw against the Andriy Shevchenko led side. Read AlsoJoe Aribo: Rangers players can learn so much from ‘Uncle’ Defoe He also proved that his performance in the said friendly was no fluke as he again impressed against Brazil as the Super Eagles held the 5-time world cup winners to a 1-1 draw. Rangers lost 2-1 away to Hearts last Sunday and Aribo and his teammates will be hoping to return to winning ways when they host Ross County on Wednesday at the Ibrox Stadium.
Area Basketball ScoresTuesday (1-22)Girls ScoresJac-Cen-Del 60 South Ripley 38Batesville 69 Greenwood Christian 60South Dearborn 48 Franklin County 44Greensburg 56 Westfield 52 (OT)Oldenburg 50 Milan 34North Decatur 42 Hauser 39Switz. County 54 Rising Sun 37Waldron 61 Edinburgh 58Shawe Memorial 31 Christian Academy 26SW-Hanover 41 Trinity Lutheran 31Morristown 57 Knightstown 36Boys ScoresEast Central 69 Franklin County 38Greensburg 88 South Decatur 54Rushville 67 Knightstown 47
Girls Area Basketball ScoresThursday (3-5)The 7th Grade Lady Bulldogs moved to 10-5 on the season winning a hard-fought game at Brookville 28-25. The Bulldogs fell behind early but battled back in the second half to take home the victory. Aly Peters led all scorers with 10 points; followed by Eden Williams; Sophie Gesell; Dottie Turner 4 points each; and Veronica King; Annie Negovetich; Lydia Haskamp with 2 points apiece. The Bulldogs start tournament play Monday night at Greendale at 5:30 pm. Good Luck Lady’s’!!!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler.The 8th Grade Lady Bulldogs fell to Franklin County, 31-18. Bulldogs gave effort on the floor and the defensive intensity picked up in the second half, but the Bulldogs came out to a slow start and had a hard time knocking down shots. Next up we have the first round of the tournament on Monday at Greendale. Good luck Lady Bulldogs!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Amber Erhart. The St. Louis 5th Grade Lady Cardinals completed an undefeated season with a 44-2 victory over St. Nicholas. All nine Lady Cardinals scored in their final game of the year led by Ella King with 14 points and Mimi Smith with 10. I want to say how proud I am of every single girl on the team. All I ever asked of them was to play hard and to play for each other and they went out and did this every single game. I want to thank Mike Burkhart and Principal Moeller for giving me the opportunity to coach this extremely talented group of young ladies. I also want to thank the parents for bringing the girls to all the practices and traveling for the games. I look forward to next year and the bright future these young ladies have. Thank you! Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Brent Young.The 6th grade Lady Cardinals faced off against the St. Nicholas Saints for their final game of the season. The Cardinals fought hard but came up short, losing 15-10. That brought their final record to 7-7. Cora Roth led in scoring with a career-high of 8 points. Rachel Suttmann added 2 points. The Cardinals worked hard all season and showed great improvement. Great Job Girls! Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Anne Suttmann.North Decatur Girls 7th Grade Basketball beat Benjamin Rush Middle School 32-28 to wrap up a perfect regular season at 16-0.North Decatur finished the regular season tonight on the road versus non-conference opponent Rushville. The Chargers again found a way to win. Tough nose defense and free-throw shooting (13) were keys to success. Madi Allen led the way with 10 points. Ally Whitaker followed with 7. Kelsey Haley had 6. Kacie Barker with 5 and Clare Kinker added 4. The Chargers will compete in the Mid-Hoosier Conference tournament Saturday morning at Waldron high school.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Eric Whitaker.North Decatur Girls 8th Grade Basketball falls to Benjamin Rush Middle School 53-33. ND Scoring. Kunz 25 pts, Ogden 6 pts, and Motz 2 pts.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Becky Bingham.The 7th Grade JCD Lady Eagles defeated Milan 30-12 in the first round of the ORVC Tourney. Scoring for the lady who were Kelsey Borgman 11, Bailey Groth 8, Ashlynn Moorman 7, Hailey Kunz 4. The 8th Grade Lady Eagles defeated Milan 35-22 in the first round of the ORVC Tourney. Scoring for the lady Eagles were Reagan Hughes 12, Julia Meyer 9, Kinsey Rohls 6, Reese Obendorf 4, Emma Wagner 2, Brooklyn Simon 2.Courtesy of Eagles scorekeeper Brandy Meyer.
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RelatedPosts Sexual assault: McGregor awaits physical test, video evidence Sexual assault charge: UFC superstar denies allegation, released without charge Mayweather mocks McGregor Conor McGregor made an emphatic statement on his UFC return as he needed just 40 seconds to overpower veteran American Donald Cerrone at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The Irishman had been out of action for 15 months but exploded into life from the first bell of the welterweight bout at UFC 246, charging at his opponent before bloodying his nose with several unorthodox shoulder strikes in the clinch. McGregor then stepped back and a precision head kick high over the guard landed square on the jaw of Cerrone, who was also caught by a flying knee and crumpled to the mat as the Dubliner went for an early finish. Cerrone was covered up as the rights and lefts rained down on him, prompting referee Herb Dean to call a halt to a brief one-sided contest within the first minute of the opening round. “I made history here, I set another record: I’m the first fighter in UFC history to secure knockout victories at featherweight, at lightweight and now at welterweight, so I’m very, very proud of that,” McGregor said in the octagon. “Donald holds the record for most head-kick knockouts, I’m so happy to get him down with a head kick myself. I’m very, very happy, very proud. “Who’s going up and down divisions and stopping people like that? “The UFC can strip fighters and gift other fighters make-believe belts in order to replicate my champ-champ status, but they can’t give knockout victories across multiple weight divisions. Etch my name in history one more time.” Cerrone admitted he was caught off guard by McGregor’s tactics. “What a great gameplan he had,” said Cerrone. “I have never seen anything like that. He caught me off guard. I got my ass whipped man.” As for who he wants to fight next, McGregor said: “Any one of these little mouthy fools can get it. I like this weight division, I feel really good, it’s good going up and down. “God willing, I came out of here unscathed, I’m in shape, I don’t believe I’m there yet, I’ve still got work to do to get back to where I was. I’m going to party tonight and celebrate, spend time with my family and get back in the gym and train.”Tags: Conor McGregorDonald CerroneT-mobile Arena
The Uruguay star has enjoyed a superb season for the Reds, scoring 31 goals and winning both the Professional Footballers’ Association and Football Writers’ player of the year awards. That came after a hugely controversial summer last year, when Suarez – serving a ban after biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic – tried to force a move away. Now transfer speculation has started again but Suarez, who earlier this week denied a clause allowing him to move to one of Europe’s biggest clubs had been inserted into a contract signed in December, has been quick to distance himself from the rumours. The 27-year-old, who is reportedly of interest to Real Madrid, told Sky Sports News: “I signed the contract because I love it here and I’m so happy here. If you’re not happy here you don’t sign any contract. “Liverpool’s team for me is one of the best in the world because nobody here in the dressing room thinks I am better than another and the people here inside Melwood work very well. “I love it here and this mentality I like because maybe in some other dressing rooms I am bigger than you and another bigger, it’s difficult for the team-mates to play together on the pitch in something like that.” Press Association Luis Suarez claims to be loving life at Liverpool and has no thoughts of leaving Anfield.