9 Derby St, Hendra.Along with a range of European appliances, the kitchen has a large butler’s pantry, ample storage space and reconstituted stone bench tops.To the rear of the floor are a bathroom and two bedrooms, including the main. Both bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes, while the main has a private balcony. Its open-plan ensuite is an outstanding design, with double vanities and a freestanding tub, while being flooded by natural light. Upstairs, a central hallway looking to the living hub below connects to a bathroom and three more bedrooms. Two of these bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, while one has a walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite with double vanities and a private balcony with street views.The lower level of the house is given over to a rumpus room with a kitchenette and bi-fold doors to an outdoor area. There is also a laundry with external access. 9 Derby St, Hendra.Other features of the house include a 6-Star energy efficiency rating and ducted airconditioning and ceiling fans to three of the bedrooms. HMThe home is open for inspection from noon to 12.45pm on Saturday September 2, 5-5.45pm on Thursday September 7 and again next Saturday September 9 from 10.30-11am. 9 Derby St, Hendra.Meticulously crafted with luxury finishes and appointments throughout, the house has 5.5kW solar energy, multiple indoor and outdoor living areas, state-of-the-art appliances and an open-plan ensuite in the main bedroom.On entry to the middle level, a kitchen, living and dining space extends to a terrace including a jet-spa pool. 9 Derby St, Hendra.NEW build homes have come a long way. Sitting on a 405sq m block at 9 Derby St, Hendra, this stunning property has made space for a five bedroom, four bathroom, triple garage home.Never before lived in, it is a collaboration between Profile Architecture and Davlen Developments and has a modern yet functional feel. 9 Derby St, Hendra.Agent Leigh Kortlang of Ray White Ascot said the home was spread over three levels of open-plan living space close to TC Beirne Park.“A soaring 6m breeze corridor is the centrepiece of the home, bringing an abundance of north-easterly sunlight and cool Moreton Bay breezes inside,” Ms Kortlang said.“From its clever use of windows to its connection between indoor and outdoor living and its location across the road from the heritage-listed Glengariff villa, this residence really is such a special offering.”More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour ago
16 Champion Drv, Rosslea.GUMLOW, Jensen, Black River, Rosslea, Mount Low and Burdell are Townsville’s most tightly held suburbs with less than 5 per cent of properties being up for sale in the past year.According to Core Logic only 2.86 per cent of properties in Gumlow were listed for sale in the 12 months up to January 2018 followed by Jensen with 2.95 per cent of properties.Explore Property Townsville co-director and selling agent Giovanni Spinella said the most tightly held suburbs were one’s popular with owner occupiers where homes can be owned by the same family for decades.“A lot of those outer suburbs have large blocks and so they are great for family homes,” he said. “Families can stay their whole life in a home, so it might not come on the market for 30 or 40 years.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Mr Spinella is selling 16 Champion Drive for $575,000 in the suburb of Rosslea, which ranks as Townsville’s fourth tightest held suburb with 4.22 per cent of properties on the market. Mr Spinella said being an older suburb, many people had owned their homes for some time and as such weren’t listed for sale very often while the Fairways Residential Estate had also proved popular.He said 16 Champion Drive was a builder’s display home located in the estate which offered a great lifestyle for a golfing enthusiast or young professionals.“This home is quite high-spec and it offers a unique lifestyle,” he said. “How often do you get an opportunity to live right near a golf course?“One of its main features is its distinctive elevated courtyard that you actually enter the home through.“We’ve had good numbers through this home and its also eligible for the First Home Owner’s Grant.”16 Champion Drv will be open for inspection on Saturday from 9.30am to 10am and Sunday from 3pm to 4pm.For more information call 0406 664 191.
Image courtesy of RENREN-operated Sines LNG import terminal in Portugal is set to receive a new cargo of the chilled fuel, shipping data by the Port of Sines shows.The cargo will be delivered from Nigeria LNG’s Bonny Island liquefaction plant onboard the 175,000-cbm LNG Abuja II.The carrier delivered to NLNG last year from South Korea’s Samsung Heavy is expected to arrive at Sines on December 29.Sines LNG terminal, located on Portugal’s Atlantic coast, has a nominal send out capacity of 600,000 cubic meters per hour (5.26 bcm per year), with a peak capacity of 900,000 cubic meters per hour. LNG World News Staff
Millie Webster, 92, of Benham passed away at 10:20pm, Sunday, October 28, 2018 at the Manderley Health Care Center in Osgood. She was born near Benham on March 2, 1926 the daughter of Charles and Julia Mathews Meisberger. She was married to Damon Webster and he preceded her in death on June 8, 2016. Survivors include her sister Opal Day of Versailles; two sisters-in-law Martha Riley of Rexville, and Jerri Webster of Olean, along with several nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by her parents, her brothers Charles, Howard, and Rom Meisberger, and her sister Florence Cardinal. Millie was an accomplished musician and played several instruments. In her younger years, she, her brother Howard, her sister Opal, and their friend Boyd Plowman had formed a band. The foursome played at several sites throughout Indiana as well as in Renfro Valley, Kentucky and also entertained at many military bases throughout the country during WWII. They also performed on several area radio stations in southeast Indiana as well as in other states. Millie was a former employee of the Delaney Wood Heal Factory in Versailles and also assisted Damon on the farm. Millie was a member of the Shelby Christian Church. Funeral services for Millie will be held on Friday, November 2nd at 10:30am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Tim Heim, pastor of the Shelby Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in the Benham Cemetery. Visitation will be on Thursday from 5pm to 7pm. Memorials may be given to the Benham Cemetery or the Shelby Christian Church in care of the funeral home.
RelatedPosts Nigeria dying under Buhari’s jackboot, by Tunde Odesola Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Nigeria: We can’t breathe, by Gabriel Agbo Chelsea revelation, Fikayo Tomori, said he’s open to the possibility of committing his international future to Nigeria.Tomori, who is enjoying good run of games in the Chelsea’s first team, is eligible to play for England, Canada and Nigeria at the national team level and he revealed decision has not been made on it.The Chelsea Academy Graduate spoke about the possibility of representing any of the countries after his impressive display against Liverpool last Sunday.He said: “I am a citizen of all three (countries ) so we’ll see. I was born in Canada and lived there about seven or eight months old. My family is Nigerian, obviously I live in England.“It’s nice to have that. I can’t play Under-21 football anymore, so the last international break I didn’t get called up to anyone. Next one, maybe, we’ll see.”Tomori was born in Canada to Nigerian parents and currently living in England, the country he represented at the U-21 level.Chelsea coach, Frank Lampard, has called on the player to ignore the rumours surrounding his international future and focus on his development at Chelsea.Lampard said: ‘It’s his choice. I wouldn’t tell him where to play internationally.”“But he’s played for [England] Under-21s and if he continues with his form and keeps improving, then, of course, I would expect there to be potential for England if Gareth chooses to select him.“He shouldn’t worry about it at the minute. He should just worry about how he’s playing every game or how he trains every day and that will be a nice problem for him, hopefully, if he’s eligible for three. He can chose which one he wants.”Tomori played for Derby County in the Championship last season under Frank Lampard, and he won the club’s player of the year award.Tags: Fikayo TomoriNigeria
TALENTED Leeward Islands all-rounder Rahkeem Cornwall has admitted that he is desperate to earn a spot in the West Indies team and willing to do whatever it takes to make that dream a reality.The 24-year-old player has been one of the region’s brightest prospects in recent years having notched several successful domestic cricket seasons.In the most recent limited overs competition Cornwall picked up a total of 10 wickets for 313 runs and amassed 251 runs with a highest score of 74.The player also shone for the regional team during the West Indies A tour of Sri Lanka in October of last year where he claimed 23 wickets with his off-spin, including a career-best eight for 108 in the opening game in Colombo.Cornwall has, however, failed to secure a call to the senior team, with many speculating that his omission has been due to his widely documented weight issues.The regional sport’s governing body Cricket West Indies (CWI), however, recently promised a special programme to help the player prepare to move to the next level. The programme crafted by CWI is said to include coaches and dieticians. For his part Cornwall insists he is ready to meet the challenge.“If losing weight is the issue then that is why I am on the programme with the West Indies Cricket Board so I am putting in my best and putting in the work to lose the weight if that is the case; because it can’t be performance so I will do what I have to do to make the West Indies team,” he said.
VIRUS OUTBREAK-MLB-BLUE JAYSBlue Jays looking at alternate sites for home gamesTORONTO (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays are looking at alternate sites for their home games, now that Canadian officials have denied their request to play at Rogers Centre in Toronto.Canada’s government says it’s not safe for players to travel back and forth from the United States, one of the countries hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic.The team’s alternate sites for home games include its training facility in Dunedin, Florida, which is among the states that are virus hotspots, as well as Sahlen Field in Buffalo, New York. It’s home to Toronto’s Triple-A affiliate and just across the Niagara River from Canada. The Blue Jays are scheduled to start the season July 24 at Tampa Bay. Their home opener was set for five days later against Washington.Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro says the team has spent more time examining Buffalo in recent days but that the stadium has infrastructure challenges. A lack of space in the clubhouse makes social distancing difficult, but Shapiro said some players could have their lockers set up in suites.NFL-TRAINING CAMPSNFL players urge league to address health concernsUNDATED (AP) — NFL players are publicly pleading with the league to address several health and safety concerns on the eve of training camp. So have Milwaukee first baseman Logan Morrison, Cincinnati pitcher Nate Jones, Tampa Bay pitcher Aaron Loup and New York Yankees pitcher Luis Avilán.The seven were among the former free agents clubs had to make decisions on by Sunday, five days ahead of opening day.Two players were given $100,000 retention bonuses this weekend, allowing teams to keep them with minor league contracts: New York Mets catcher René Rivera and Colorado catcher Drew Butera.Among those released ahead of the deadline were Philadelphia pitcher Francisco Liriano and infielder Logan Forsythe, Mets first baseman Matt Adams and Washington reliever Fernando Abad.Released players remain eligible to re-sign with the teams. Update on the latest sports The league informed teams on Saturday that training camps will open on time even though discussions with the players’ union regarding testing for the coronavirus and other health and safety protocols are ongoing. Rookies for Houston and Kansas City are set to report Monday and rookies for other teams are due on Tuesday. Players for all teams are scheduled to report by July 28. Many prominent players expressed their thoughts in a social media blitz Sunday.Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, whose wife is pregnant, wrote: wrote: “We want to play football but we also want to protect our loved ones.”And Saints quarterback Drew Brees tweeted, “If the NFL doesn’t do their part to keep players healthy there is no football in 2020.” He wrote, “We need Football! We need sports! We need hope!”HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMLB-FREE AGENTSWalker, Volquez, Holland, Morrison make opening-day rostersNEW YORK (AP) — NEW YORK (AP) — Philadelphia second baseman Neil Walker, Texas pitcher Edinson Vólquez and Pittsburgh pitcher Derek Holland have made opening-day rosters. July 19, 2020 Associated Press Hamilton wins 8th Hungarian GP to equal Schumacher F1 recordBUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has won the Hungarian Grand Prix for the eighth time to equal Michael Schumacher’s single-venue record and take the championship lead. Hamilton’s latest victory from pole position was as comfortable as the nearly 9-second margin over Max Verstappen suggested. The British driver’s 86th GP win moved him just five behind Schumacher’s F1 record of 91. Schumacher won the French GP eight times. Hamilton’s first success with Mercedes also came at the Hungaroring in 2013. He took a record-extending 90th career pole to match Schumacher’s record for seven poles in Hungary. His Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas finished third to relinquish the championship lead.MOTOGP-MARQUEZ INJURED Marc Márquez has broken arm after MotoGP crashJEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, Spain (AP) — Six-time defending MotoGP champion Marc Márquez has broken his right arm in a crash at the Spanish Grand Prix. His Honda team says Márquez is expected to undergo surgery on Tuesday in Barcelona. The Spaniard went down hard with four laps to go and had to be carried off the track on a stretcher. The team says Márquez’s “recovery time is yet unknown.”The race was won by Fabio Quartararo, for his maiden victory, as MotoGP got its season underway amid the coronavirus pandemic.The 21-year-old Quartararo, who started from pole position after a record lap, became the first Frenchman to win in MotoGP since Regis Laconi in 1999.
Duro Ikhazuagbe and Igbawase Ukumba in LafiaThe Match-day 23 fixtures of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) was highlighted by the tragic news of the death of Nasarawa United FC defender, Chineme Martins, who was reported to have slumped during the Solid Miners’ home clash with Katsina United in Lafia.Martins who spotted jersey number 20, slumped in the centre circle in the 47th minutes of play after colliding with a Katsina United player. Chineme Martins All efforts to revive him by the medical team of Nasarawa United FC proved abortive. He was thereafter rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.Nasarawa State Gov. Abdulahi Sule who was at the stadium during the match was shocked after the news was broken to him at the end of the match that Martins had died.Addressing journalists later, Governor Sule extended his heartfelt sympathy to the family of the deceased player,Players and officials of the Nasarawa State owned team were crying as they couldn’t celebrate their 3-0 win over the visitors from Katsina.Chairman of Nasarawa United FC, Isaac Danladi, Nasarawa State FA Chairman, Mohammed Alkali, the Executive Secretary of the Club Owners Association of Nigeria, Alloy Chukwuemeka and the match officials were all at the Dalhatu-Araf Specialist Hospital mortuary in Lafia at the time of filling this report.Meanwhile, Plateau United maintained their hold on the summit of the Nigerian topflight following their 1-0 away win at Wikki Tourists. Sunday Anthony scored the winning goal in the 33rd minute. Plateau remain on top with 43 points from 23 matches.Rivers United have maintained their pressure on Plateau United with a 1-0 win against FC Ifeanyiubah in Port Harcourt. Ogbonna Onuoha netted the winning goal seven minutes from time. The Pride of Rivers are second on the log with 42 points from 23 games.In Makurdi, Kano Pillars forced their hosts Lobi Stars to a 2-2 draw while MFM and Enugu Rangers battled to a 0-0 draw at the Agege StadiumIn Akure, Sunshine Stars recorded a slim 1-0 win against Abia Warriors with Fuad Ekelojuoti scoring the winning goal five minutes after the break.Dakkada FC also beat Heartland 1-0 at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium, Uyo with Osimaga Duke getting the winner a minute from regulation time.At the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano, Jigawa Golden Stars rallied back from a goal down to beat Kwara United 2-1.NPFL MATCHDAY 23Wikki 0-1 Plateau UtdJigawa Utd 2-1 Kwara UtdLobi 2-2 K’ PillarsDakkada 1-0 HeartlandRivers Utd 1-0 IfeanyiubahMFM 0-0 RangersAdamawa 0-1 W’WolvesSunshine 1-0 A’AbiaShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Andie Hagemann is a senior majoring in communication. Her column “Armchair Quarterback” runs Tuesdays. On Jan.12, 2010, USC announced Lane Kiffin as the head coach of the USC football program.The decision left some scratching their heads. Sure, Kiffin had previously been involved with the football team serving under then-head coach Pete Carroll. Most Trojan fans, however, questioned Kiffin’s ability to handle a top football program like USC.After leaving USC following the 2006 season, Kiffin sought greener pastures in the NFL. Hired as the head coach of the Oakland Raiders in 2007, Kiffin led the team to a disastrous 4-12 season. Kiffin’s sophomore season seemed just as lackluster, only winning one of four games before his dismissal as head coach.Kiffin returned to college football as head coach for the Tennessee Volunteers. In 2009, the Volunteers finished 7-6 and suffered a devastating loss in the Chik-Fil-A Bowl game against Virginia Tech.Kiffin parted ways with Tennessee in early 2010 and packed his bags to return to USC. This time, Kiffin would be in charge. Of course, controversy plagued the arrival of Kiffin because of the surfacing of allegations stemming from his time at Tennessee.Two seasons later, Kiffin has since proven the critics wrong during his time as head coach.In his inaugural season, Kiffin led the Trojans to an 8-5 season, in which two of the five losses were due to last-minute field goals. Kiffin also became the first coach since Jess Hill, in 1951, to start the season 4-0, in his first season as head coach. Under Kiffin, the Trojans improved greatly from the 2009 season and averaged six yards per play.In 2011, Kiffin led the Trojans to a 10-2 season, and a monumental victory over the Oregon Ducks, one of the top teams in the country. USC, the outright winner of the south division in the Pac-12 conference, was primed to compete with the Ducks once more had it not been for the two-year postseason ban, handed down by the NCAA from violations committed during the previous coaching era.The Trojans averaged 294.2 passing yards and 162.6 rushing yards per game, proving that the Trojans are back on top of the college football elite.2012 begins a new era for USC football.No longer prohibited from postseason play, Kiffin has the opportunity to potentially play for the Pac-12 conference championship and the 2013 national championship.Kiffin has an arsenal of returning players for the 2012 season, including many incoming top recruits.Of the four juniors eligible for the NFL draft, only two, offensive tackle Matt Kalil and defensive end Nick Perry, opted to go pro. Quarterback Matt Barkley and safety T.J. McDonald chose to return for their senior seasons. Both players had outstanding seasons in 2011, earning numerous awards and accolades, encouraging fans to think of what is to come in 2012.With Barkley and McDonald returning, the notion of the 2013 national championship and the imminent rise of the Kiffin dynasty is not too far-fetched.The arrival of Kiffin has recharged the Trojan fan base, setting their sights on postseason play for the first time in two years and the possibility of a trip to Miami in 2013.With all the right pieces of the puzzle intact, only time will tell if Kiffin’s visor will be gold plated or thrown away.
With the Big Ten Tournament looming, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team concludes the regular season with a match against Iowa on senior day at the McClimon Complex Saturday.Although the Badgers have already secured a spot in the conference tournament, their seeding is still on the line; a win would grant UW the three seed, while a loss would make them the four seed. Iowa, on the other hand, could possibly fail to earn a postseason berth if it loses depending on how the other conference games play out.To be sure, even though UW has a guaranteed spot in the conference tournament, it does not mean the team can let down its guard to any degree.“You don’t want them to be complacent and looking forward at all,” head coach Paula Wilkins said. “This is a game for seeding for us and for survival for Iowa, and all the tournament games, both Big Ten and NCAA, they’re all games of survival, and so you want them to see that. You want them to feel on edge here, not comfortable.”Encouraging for UW is the offensive surge it has displayed in the last two games. The Badgers’ seven goals in their last two games, wins over Purdue and Indiana, is their highest two-game goal total of the season. Also noteworthy is the fact that six different players were responsible for scoring those seven goals.“I think the best part about [the production] was that so many different people scored in the Purdue game,” senior forward Laurie Nosbusch said. “So I think that just shows we have a bunch of different threats and don’t have to necessarily rely on one person.”Wilkins added that strategic shuffling has allowed the Badgers to develop rhythm offensively. The play of the backline has been partly responsible for the success as well; it helped in maintaining ball possession and creating space in the midfield, she noted.The offensive success has been coupled with continuing defensive stinginess. The Badgers have allowed only four goals in their past eight contests, with three of those games going into double overtime.The Hawkeyes will put UW senior goalie Michele Dalton and the rest of the defense to the test once more, as Iowa is currently third in the conference in shots, goals and points.“They’re similar to us in terms of their system, in terms of their personnel,” Wilkins said. The forward up front [Cloe Lacasse] is very dangerous and a different type of forward than we’re used to playing in the Big Ten.”Dalton, naturally, is aware of the Hawkeyes’ capabilities.“I know a couple of the girls on the [the Iowa team] personally. I know they’re pretty dangerous,” Dalton said.Dalton also noted the Badgers could improve in their defensive organization, especially in the back. However, she was not hesitant to voice her confidence in the defense she helms.“We’ve shut down some major offensive threats, and we’re fairly good at that, so I’m not too concerned about giving up unnecessary shots on goal,” Dalton said. “I think that we make teams work to earn their shot, and I suspect we’ll be doing that this weekend as well.”It will also be interesting to see if the Wisconsin offense can continue to produce against a Hawkeye defense that is fourth in the conference in goals allowed with 17, only one more than leaders Wisconsin, Michigan State and Penn State have each allowed.“I think it’s just going to come down to if we can improve on playing through the midfield and being able to connect the back to the front more successfully,” Nosbusch said. “That’ll make us more successful in the Big Ten Tournament.”Granted, the goal is always to win and UW will take the highest seed it can get before it heads to Northwestern, but perhaps the most important area of focus, apart from strategic considerations, is having the appropriate mindset as the critical portion of the season begins.“Go big or go home.” Wilkins said to describe the stakes at this point. “This is when games really come down to the details and making a difference and having the mentality that every game could be your last.”