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10 Wattletree Ct, BrookwaterRay White Middle Park marketing agent Dylan Soich said the “stunning” master bedroom included a dressing-room-style walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite with twin basins, stone vanity top and spa bath, and sliding doors that opened to golf-course views over the 10th fairway.“This executive residence is designed with families in mind,” Mr Soich said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“The parents can retreat to their master suite and the children can enjoy their own space, with three built-in bedrooms and a bathroom complete with separate toilet.” 10 Wattletree Ct, BrookwaterThe smart-wired home also has a double remote garage, ducted airconditioning, ducted vacuum system and a security alarm system.The house is within walking distance to bus stops, St Augustine’s College and St Augustine’s Child Care Centre.It is also close to a local supermarket and shops, and is just a short drive to the new Orion shopping centre and the Orion Lagoon. 10 Wattletree Ct, BrookwaterThe open-plan living areas include a dining area, a lounge room and a kitchen.“The gorgeous kitchen features plenty of cabinetry, granite benchtops, glass splashback, stainless-steel freestanding oven and ducted canopy range hood,” Mr Soich said.“The very spacious, open-plan living and dining areas flow effortlessly to the large outdoor entertaining area for all to enjoy sensational golf-course views.” 10 Wattletree Ct, BrookwaterThis modern, open-plan family home sits on the edge of a golf course designed by Greg Norman.The home at 10 Wattletree Court, Brookwater, has four bedrooms with built-in robes and two bathrooms.
Graham Annesley and wife Erica have moved to Sydney where Annesley will take on a role with the NRL after several years with the Titans. Picture: Jerad Williams Swimming star Sam Riley has sold her Burleigh Waters house. former V8 Supercar driver Paul Weel sold his beachfront pad for $5.5 million. Daly Cherry-Evans has taken his Mermaid Beach home off the market. Johnathon Brown’s Currumbin Valley property sold for $3.5 million. It hit the market last month.No price guide was put on the house but property records reveal James and wife Ana paid $706,000 for it three years ago. Former Gold Coast Titans boss Graham Annesley Paul Weel sold his luxury Gold Coast beachfront mansion in a $5.5 million deal.The multimillion-dollar sale was cemented in September following a 60-day settlement period. Gold Coast Titans captain Ryan James looks to have found a buyer for his Mudgeeraba acreage property that is now under contract.The 27-year-old’s four-bedroom home features two outdoor kitchens, an infinity edge pool, fire pit and pizza oven. Still in the rugby league circle, Queensland Maroons star Daly Cherry-Evans has failed to score a buyer for his Gold Coast home, quietly taking it off the market.The “for sale” sign went up out the front of his Mermaid Beach property in July without a listing price.Word on the street is the property will be restyled and back on the market by January.The Manly Sea Eagles halfback paid $1.45 million for the house in May, 2015.The mega buy was thought to have cemented his move to the Gold Coast.But just weeks later he reneged on his $4 million four-year contract to join the Gold Coast Titans, opting to remain in Sydney. Inside Graham Annesley’s Sorrento home. Gary Ablett of the Gelong Cats celebrates after a goal during the round 23 AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the Gold Coast Suns at GMHBA Stadium on August 25, 2018 in Geelong. Former Gold Coast Titans boss Graham Annesley’s Sorrento home hit the market in September and is still for sale. Annesley, who left the Titans last month, and wife Erica bought their Sorrento home in 2015, drawn to its resort-style vibes, privacy and unusual floorplan where the lap pool is the centrepiece of the house. Former V8 driver Paul Weel in 2012. Picture: Tim Marsden AFL player Gary Abblett Jnr Retired Olympic swimmer Sam Riley Swimming superstar Sam Riley made a splash in the property scene this year, selling her Gold Coast house last month.The Burleigh Waters property, which changed hands for $1.85 million, first hit the market in January.It was taken to auction twice by two different agencies before Katrina Walsh, of Harcourts Coastal, found a buyer.Riley paid $2.875 million for a waterfront property in Palm Beach late last year. Gold Coast Titans captain Ryan James Sam Riley’s Burleigh Waters home. Johnathon Brown sold his Gold Coast home earlier this year. Picture: Marc Robertson Gold Coast Titans captain Ryan James’ Coast home. Picture: realestate.com.au Queensland Maroons star Daly Cherry-Evans Gary Ablett’s Gold Coast house sold in June. Gary Ablett Jnr – who left the Gold Coast Suns to rejoin his original club Geelong after last year’s AFL season – sold his Ashmore home in June.The two-time Brownlow medallist received $1.7 million for his resort-style pad – $100,000 less than what he paid for it in 2011.The long-awaited deal was done by Ablett’s former Gold Coast Suns teammate Danny Stanley, now a selling agent for Kollosche Prestige Agents.The riverside 3342sq m property, featuring a four-bedroom house, tennis court and pool area that wouldn’t look out of place in Bali, hit the market in January last year. Retired AFL player Jonathan Brown More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa14 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoDaly Cherry-Evans has taken his Mermaid Beach home off the market. Several GOld Coast Sporting stars are trying to sell their Gold Coast properties.SOME of the Gold Coast’s biggest sports stars have gone on a property selling and buying spree this year, putting their luxury homes on the market and investing their big bucks elsewhere in the city.See who’s selling, who’s sold and who’s ramping up their property search? Former V8 Supercar driver Paul Weel Gold Coast Titans captain Ryan James’ Mudgeeraba property is under contract. Picture: realestate.com.au This year the Currumbin Valley home of retired AFL superstar Jonathan Brown sold under the hammer for $3.5 million.The 2.3ha country retreat features two residences on Currumbin Creek Rd.Brown, a three-time premiership player with the Brisbane Lions from 2000 to 2014, now lives interstate with his wife and three children.Property records show the estate was in Mrs Brown’s name and she bought it in 2013. Gold Coast Titans captain Ryan James’ Gold Coast home. Picture: realestate.com.au
NewsHub 13 September 2018Family First Comment: Don’t do it, New Zealand!“The report by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area found that cannabis-related fatalities, hospitalisations, use, and illegal market activity have increased in the US state since the drug was legalised in 2014.”www.SayNopeToDope.nzCannabis-related traffic deaths have increased since legalisation in Colorado, a new report claims – but an advocate for medical cannabis in New Zealand says alcohol is far worse.The report by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area found that cannabis-related fatalities, hospitalisations, use, and illegal market activity have increased in the US state since the drug was legalised in 2014.Since recreational cannabis was legalised in Colorado, cannabis-related deaths have increased 151 percent, the report claims, while cannabis-related traffic deaths involving drivers who tested positive more than doubled from 55 in 2013 to 138 in 2017.Family First New Zealand says the information should send a “clear warning to New Zealand to resist any weakening of drug laws,” adding that “liberalising” cannabis laws and “empowering” it is the “wrong path if we care about public health, public safety, and about our young people”.But Medical Cannabis Awareness New Zealand (MCANZ) author Shane Le Brun says the report has left out crucial information about alcohol consumption in Colorado since cannabis was legalised, telling Newshub cannabis is a much safer substance.“They’re talking about all these things being on the increase, but at the same time, knowing that alcohol is far more harmful than cannabis, they have ignored this,” he said.“The big problem with cannabis is that it swims around in your blood for weeks,” he said. “Even when you’re not impaired, you can still test positive for it long after you’ve used it, and that’s why the amount of drivers who test positive show up higher.”New Zealanders could be voting in a bumper referendum on cannabis by the end of next year, alongside a vote on euthanasia. The Green Party was promised a referendum on legalising the personal use of cannabis at or by the 2020 election as part of their coalition agreement with Labour.With the new information from Colorado, Family First New Zealand National Director Bob McCoskrie says it would be a bad idea for New Zealand to legalise cannabis, saying a “new industry of lobbyists and special interests will put profits over evidence-based policy protecting public health and safety.”He said regulation is failing in the nine US states that have legalised cannabis, and use among young people is increasing, alongside an increase in the number of car crashes involving cannabis.“New Zealanders only need to look to Colorado as good evidence for saying no to any referendum which attempts to legalise weed,” he said.READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2018/09/family-first-warns-against-cannabis-reform-after-damning-colorado-report.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
In Antique which has 18 municipalities, only two LGUs were yet to complete the distribution – Caluya and Sibalom. Still distributing the assistance – P6,000 to each household beneficiary – were the LGUs of Tubungan, Tigbauan, Ajuy, Alimodian, Badiangan, Balasan, Banate, Barotac Nuevo, Barotac Viejo, Cabatuan, Calinog, Lambunao, Carles, Dumangas, Estancia, Guimbal, Igbaras, Dingle, Dueñas, Passi City, Leon, Miag-ao, Oton, Janiuay, Leganes, Lemery, Pavia, Pototan, San Dionisio, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, and Zarraga. * informal workers * senior citizens Under the guidelines, only low-income households with members in any of the following sectors should receive the cash assistance: In Aklan province which has 17 municipalities, 12 have yet to complete the SAP cash distribution. These were Altavas, Balete, Banga, Kalibo, Libacao, Makato, Malay, Malinao, Nabas, New Washington, Numancia and, Tangalan. * lactating mothers * sub-minimum wage earners According to DSWD-6 director Evelyn Macapobre, as of May 11 960,519 out of 1,153,784 target beneficiaries already received their cash assistance reaching P5,763,114,000. The deadline was May 10. * farmers, fishermen (provided they are not recipients of assistance from the Department of Agriculture) Iloilo has 43 LGUs. The May 10 deadline was already the second extension deadline. The original deadline was April 30. The first deadline extension was May 7. * workers in the private sector observing “no work, no pay” (provided they have not availed themselves of the COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program of the Department of Labor and Employment)./PN * micro-entrepreneurs * drivers of pedicabs, tricycles, taxis, public utility buses, and public utility jeepneys * pregnant women The 11 LGUs were Anilao, Batad, Bingawan, Concepcion, Maasin, Mina, New Lucena, San Enrique, San Miguel, San Rafael, and Sara, according to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region 6, ILOILO – As of May 11, only 11 local government units (LGUs) in this province were able to finish releasing the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) cash assistance to beneficiaries. * occasional workers like househelpers * solo parents Macapobre said LGUs must complete the payout. * persons with disability * overseas Filipino workers in distress In Capiz which has 16 municipalities and one city (Roxas), two LGUs hope to complete the distribution soon – Dumalag and Roxas City. Overall in the region also as of May 11, only 65 out of 133 LGUs were able to complete the distribution. In Negros Occidental which has 19 municipalities, 12 component cities and one independent city (Bacolod), 19 LGUs were yet to finish distributing the SAP cash assistance. These were Bacolod City, Bago City, Cadiz City, Calatrava, Escalante City, Himamaylan City, Hinigaran, Ilog, Isabela, Kabankalan, Manapla, Moises Padilla, Victorias City, Pontevedra, Sagay City, San Carlos City, San Enrique, Silay City, and Toboso.
Everton will review Kevin Mirallas’ red card at Swansea which is set to rule him out of the Merseyside derby next month. Substitute Mirallas had been on the pitch for less than two minutes of the goalless draw when he was dismissed for a challenge on Modou Barrow. Referee Stuart Atwell felt Mirallas had gone over the ball before making contact with Barrow and the Belgium international is now set to receive a three-match ban and miss Barclays Premier League games against West Brom and Liverpool as well as the Capital One Cup tie at Reading on Tuesday. Press Association “But he’s the best defender we’ve got in the squad on one-on-one situations. “It took him a couple of actions to get used to Jefferson and the tempo of the Premier League, but after that he coped and I’m sure any task from now on is going to be a piece of cake for him.” Mirallas’ red card meant Swansea ended up playing against 10 men for the fourth time in six league games this season but there were only seconds left when the forward was banished. It was the first time Swansea had dropped points at home after victories over Newcastle and Manchester United but skipper Ashley Williams felt they had shown the right attitude after losing at Watford. “All the players put their bodies on the line,” Williams told the official Swansea website. “You could see the desire in everyone to show the right intentions on the pitch, which we didn’t do last weekend against Watford. “We knew we had to re-focus coming into this match, we trained like animals all week to get that hunger back into the team. “We could have been a bit better when in possession, but I think our performance showed we came out fighting.” “I haven’t seen it again,” Everton manager Roberto Martinez said of the incident. ” But we will look into it and if we’ve got grounds on it we’ll act accordingly. “I thought it was more a striker trying to defend and putting in a challenge and it looked worse than it actually was. “I felt he didn’t have intention to hurt the Swansea player.” Everton have yet to concede away from home in the league this season with their Swansea shut-out coming on the back of a goalless draw at Tottenham and a 3-0 win at Southampton. But their Liberty Stadium clean sheet was probably the most impressive as injuries forced Martinez to deploy two inexperienced full-backs in an all-English back-four. Brendan Galloway and Tyias Browning had only six Premier League starts between them at kick-off and the latter was making his top-flight debut, but the pair managed to limit the threat of Swansea dangermen Jefferson Montero and Andre Ayew down the flanks. “To keep a clean sheet with that youth and the amount of changes we had to make at full-back I’m extremely proud of what we are as a football club,” Martinez said. “I’m sure Tyias will forgive me for putting him one on one against Montero on his full debut and one day he’ll look back and have a laugh.
Published on March 6, 2017 at 5:47 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Syracuse players took home both Atlantic Coast Conference player of the week honors in its final edition of the season. Graduate transfer Andrew White was named Player of the Week while guard Tyus Battle was named Freshman of the Week.In the Orange’s only game this week, White scored a career-high 40 points on 12-of-16 shooting and 8-of-9 from 3 in a 90-61 win over Georgia Tech. He also grabbed three rebounds, dished two assists and had two steals. White was named to the All-ACC third team on Sunday.Battle scored 22 against the Yellow Jackets with four rebounds and one assist. He went 6-for-11 from the field and 4-for-7 from behind the arc.No. 8 seed SU (18-13, 10-8 ACC) will face No. 9 seed Miami (20-10, 10-8) on Wednesday at noon in the second round of the ACC tournament at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+
Summer signing Andre Ayew insists the Swans can count on the support of 28 million Ghanaians this season as Garry Monk’s side target another successful campaign.Ayew, who arrived on a free transfer from Marseille last month, believes the Swans will gain the backing of the entire population of Ghana for the 2015-16 campaign following his move to the Liberty.The 25-year-old, who is the son of African football legend Abedi Ayew, has starred at World Cups and in the Africa Cup of Nations for his home country.And he has no doubt that his nation will get behind Monk’s men as they aim to build on last season’s record-breaking campaign.“I have a really strong attachment to my brothers and sisters in Ghana,” said Ayew, who returned to Ghana’s capital Accra for a short holiday prior to the start of pre-season training.“When I returned to Ghana I felt the warm welcome from all my people. “They are people who really trust me, push me and want me to get to the highest level. I have been in the national team since I was 17 years old, so all of the Ghanaian people have seen me grow up as a person and as a player.“From playing at Marseille to competing in the Champions League, World Cups, African Cups and now the best league in the world with a good team like Swansea – for them to see me get to this level today makes them feel very proud.“My country watches the Premier League every weekend. There are 28 million Ghanaian people and 27 million of those will watch the Premier League.“They wanted me to go to the Premier League, and although I took this decision also for myself, I took it for a lot of people in my country because they wanted me to be here.“Swansea now has another 28 million fans behind them because I know Ghana will be supporting us. I thank all Ghanaian people who will be supporting us through the whole season. “Hopefully things will go well and we will have a great season.” –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Accompanied by his pilot, the blind cyclist Lazar Filipović is already traditionally a participant in the cycling marathon “Kragujevac-Mostar” that is ridden by cyclists of the Paralympic academy “Junior” and that headed from Mostar two days ago.This tandem loves the capital of BiH a lot. They said that they always love to respond to the invitation by the organizers and cross the route from Kragujevac to Sarajevo.“In this way, we are also preparing for the upcoming European Championship, and this became a tradition for us. The first route was from Kragujevac to Užice, and then from Višegrad to Sarajevo. People already recognize us, they greet us and we are welcome everywhere. This form of cycling has a sport character and is definitely more than just a game. We have been coming to Mostar for 13 years already, and this is one of the ways to connect cities in Serbia and BiH,” said Filipović.Filipović said he also loves to come to the event of diving jumps at Bentbaša, because Sarajevo is a different city from other cities in the region. Secretary General of the Paralympic academy “Junior” Goran Nikulić said that the idea to launch this event was born after the reconstruction of the Old Bridge in Mostar in 2004.Between 15 and 20 participants take part in this event every year, and this is the favorite destination for all cyclists, given the route that they cross. Finances are a problem for us, otherwise we would have as much as 50 participants. People from Čačak, Belgrade and Kruševac also participate,” Nikulić said.These cyclists ride their bikes with heart and do everything with pleasure.The thirteenth traditional cycling marathon “Kragujevac-Mostar 2016” has four stages: Kragujevac-Užice, Užice-Višegrad, Višegrad-Sarajevo and Sarajevo-Mostar.(Source: klix.ba/photo: faktor.ba)
Muhammad Shaban of Uganda (l) celebrates goal with teammates Shafiq Kagimu of Uganda (c) and Stephen Mukwala of Uganda (r) during the 2017 COSAFA U20 football match between Uganda and Swaziland at Arthur Davies Stadium, Kitwe on 8 December 2017. COURTESY PHOTO/CosafaMedia/BackpagePixCOSAFA U20: Swaziland 2 ?? Uganda 2CECAFA: South Sudan 1 ?? Uganda 5Kitwe, Zambia | INDEPENDENT & AFP | Swaziland threw group A of the COSAFA Under-20 Championships open by picking their first point in 2-2 draw with highly fancied Uganda.While the result kept Uganda top of the group, they got a big blow when their lead goalscorer Muhammad Shaban was sent off after a second caution.Shaban had scored the two goals as Uganda’s Hippos beat African champions Zambia in the opener on Wedneday, and had struck one of the two goals today against Swaziland.Only the top team in each pool and the best runner-up advance to the semifinals that will be played on December 14.FRIDAY’S RESULTSGroup CAngola 0 Namibia 1 (Mungendje 14’)Group AUganda 2 (Shaban 30’, Okello 52’) Swaziland 2 (Tsabedze 24’, Mamba 90’)Malawi 0 Zambia 0STANDINGSGroup A P W D L GF GA GD Pts Uganda 2 1 1 0 4 2 +2 4Malawi 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 4Swaziland 2 0 1 1 4 5 -1 1Zambia 2 0 1 1 0 2 -2 1Group B P W D L GF GA GD PtsSouth Africa 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 3Egypt 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3Mozambique 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0Mauritius 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 0Group C P W D L GF GA GD PtsNamibia 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3Lesotho 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Share on: WhatsApp ****Uganda mauls South SudanHolders Uganda thrashed South Sudan 5-1 to secure their first victory in the Cecafa Cup in Kakamega on Friday.Kampala City Council forward Derrick Nsibambi grabbed a brace while Milton Karisa, Hood Kawessa and Nicholas Wadada added a goal each to tear South Sudan to shreds in their Group B clash.The defeat condemned the Bright Stars to their second straight loss after going down 3-0 to Ethiopia in their first match on Tuesday.Uganda rose to the top of the table level on four points with Burundi, who thrashed third-placed Ethiopia 4-1 on Thursday.Karisa and Kawessa put Uganda into the early lead with two quick goals in the 7th and 10th minutes before Atak Lual pulled one back for the Bright Stars after 26 minutes.Nsibambi stretched the Ugandan lead on the half hour after being set up by Allan Kyambadde.Nsibambi, who spearheaded Uganda’s second half display of extraordinary power, added his second of the match in the 58th minute and had a hand in the fifth goal, scored by Nicholas Wadada four minutes from the end.Uganda play Ethiopia in their final group match on Sunday.Uganda Cranes XI: Benjamin Ochan (GK), Nico Wakiro Wadada, Isaac Muleme, Timothy Awany, Bernard Muwanga (Captain), Ibrahim Sadam Juma, Allan Kyambadde (75′ Daniel Isiagi), Derrick Nsibambi, Muzamiru Mutyaba (45′ Tom Masiko), Hood Kaweesa and Milton Karisa (67′ Paul Mucureezi) Zimbabwe 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1Angola 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0TOURNAMENT STATSMatches Played: 8Goals scored: 15Biggest victory: Zambia 0 Uganda 2 (Group A, December 6)Most goals in a game: 5 – Swaziland 2 Malawi 3 (Group A, December 6)GOALSCORERS3 goals – Muhammad Shaban (Uganda).2 – Lyle Foster (South Africa), Order Mamba (Swaziland), Patrick Phiri (Malawi), Muzi Tsabedze (Swaziland).1 – Hussein Abdelkader (Egypt), Peter Banda (Malawi), Enzo Mungendje (Namibia), Allan Okello (Uganda).