Check out that view! The kitchen at 510 The Panorama.Mr Clegg said it was arguably one of the best positioned properties on The Panorama.He said multimillion-dollar homes in the area were often difficult to sell but there was a lot of interest lately.“West of the highway, (homes) over $1.5 million of late have been quite difficult but we’ve seen some very, very strong activity, not only from local buyers but interstate buyers,” Mr Clegg said. The living area at 510 The Panorama. Eat under the stars.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoTangelo Property director Grant Clegg said it was listed for sale in October 2014 and marketed under multiple agencies before he sold it last week.He said it attracted a lot of potential buyers once the price was lowered.“We had three offers over a five week period,” Mr Clegg said.He said the new owners had big renovation plans for the estate.“They’re an interstate Chinese family that are planning to move to the Gold Coast and create a premium estate,” Mr Clegg said.“They were looking for over 18 months and fell in love with The Panorama because of its vistas.”The 5.94ha property backs onto national parkland and has 360 degree views to the east from Moreton Bay to Coolangatta and around to the mountain ranges. 510 The Panorama, Tallai.THE multimillion-dollar sale of a Hinterland estate at Tallai is official after more than three years on the market.The architecturally designed acreage property at 510 The Panorama went under contract late last year before the $2.295 million sale settled on March 23.
This waterfront home at 49 Witta Circle, Noosa Heads, has sold for $5.67m.A WATERFRONT home in need of an upgrade in one of Noosa’s most prestigious streets has sold under-the-hammer for $5.67 million, with agents claiming the coastal hot spot is proving immune to the pre-election uncertainty plaguing the property market.The four-bedroom house at 49 Witta Circle was sold at auction after a bidding war between four parties. One of the bedrooms in the home.“It’s on the water, picturesque, and an easy walk from Hastings Street and the beach. “The capital growth has been over 15 per cent on average for the past 40 years — hard to beat.” MORE: Tide turns for riverfront units Inside the home at 49 Witta Circle, Noosa Heads.The result shows the Noosa prestige market is “rock solid”, according to marketing agent Eric Seetoo of Tom Offermann Real Estate. RELATED: Waterfront living attracts buyers The kitchen in the home at 49 Witta Circle is quite basic.Mr Offermann said he was still finding demand strong, especially at the luxury end, where there was a critical shortage of stock.Tom Offermann Real Estate recently sold a waterfront house at 55 Wyuna Drive, Noosaville, for $4.75 million and 27 Mossman Ct, Noosa Heads, for $5.75 million.And an apartment in the La Mer complex on Hastings Street changed hands last month for a whopping $6.1 million. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoInside the house at 49 Witta Circle, Noosa Heads.Agency principal Tom Offermann said he believed it was the highest Queensland house sale under-the-hammer so far in 2019. “Witta Circle is one of those ‘can’t go wrong locations’,” Mr Offermann said. “The … home was an oldie, but it occupies one of the most desirable locations on the waterfront near Hastings Street,” Mr Seetoo said. The view from the unit at 5/37 Hastings St, Noosa Heads, which has sold for $6.1m.“Property markets usually slow down during an election, but not this time in Noosa,” he said.“The traditional slowdown isn’t apparent this time, with most clients adopting a wait and see attitude. “Some are even predicting a post election rush into investment property before any negative gearing or capital gains tax changes are introduced.”Adrian Reed of Reed & Co has just listed a five-bedroom, five-bathroom mansion at 54 Noosa Parade with a price guide in the late $7 million to early $8 million range.Given the property’s location, river views and proximity to Hastings Street, Mr Reed is expecting it to be one of the most significant sales of the year. This house at 54 Noosa Pde, Noosa Heads, is for sale. The house at 49 Witta Circle is right on the water at Noosa Sound.“We found four bidders, three of whom were present, and another was on the phone from overseas, each with well over $5 million to spend. “As you can imagine, I am busy finding properties for the underbidders.”
The Hywind Tampen control room is co-located with the OCR for Valemon, Equinor’s unmanned platform with separation facilities for gas, condensate and water. Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Industry approved Equinor’s plans for development and operation of the Hywind Tampen project in April. Lloyd’s Register has been contracted for Human-Machine Interface (HMI) engineering services for the control room from which the Hywind Tampen floating wind farm will be remotely operated. The project is scheduled to come online in late 2022. Wood’s scope includes topside modifications necessary for the Snorre A and Gullfaks A platforms to integrate the Hywind Tampen with existing systems powering the facilities, equipment installation on the floating wind turbines, and upgrades to the OCR in Bergen. Hywind Tampen will comprise eleven Siemens Gamesa SG 8.0-167 DD wind turbines, installed some 140 kilometres off Norwegian coast, in water depths ranging from 260 to 300 between the Snorre and Gullfaks oil and gas platforms. The company will provide consultancy design services for integration into the onshore control room (OCR) for the Hywind Tampen floating wind farm in Norway, as well as human factor analysis for the new OCR and existing OCRs for four platforms. “The work we are undertaking, providing design consultancy for the existing OCR and human factor analysis, will help support Equinor’s wider decarbonisation agenda. By developing unmanned solutions for power generation, the industry can start to make some real cost savings”, said Tristan Chapman, SVP Clean Energy and Innovation at Lloyd’s Register. The almost EUR 500 million project is the first to power oil & gas platforms by a floating wind farm. The services Lloyd’s Register will provide for Hywind Tampen control room are part of an integrated scope Equinor awarded to Wood.
Franklin County, Ind. — An ATV accident injured two Sunman residents last week.A report from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department says Briana Gore, 20, was driving the ATV on St. Mary’s Road June 9 around 8:30 p.m. when she failed to negotiate a curve near Tree Road and went into a ditch. The ATV rolled ejecting Gore and a passenger, Daniel Lower, 22. Both were flown to a Cincinnati area hospital for treatment.
“He has been consistent over a period of about four seasons so he has proved he can do it regularly, every year. “He has got everything, he can do the whole lot – he can dribble, he can shoot with both feet, can head it, run all day, run at speed. There is nothing he can’t do. He is an amazing player.” One man hoping Bale remains at Spurs is Roberto Soldado, who is close to completing his big-money move to White Hart Lane from Valencia. Speaking to reporters at Valencia airport before boarding a flight to London to undergo his medical, the 28-year-old was quoted as saying by Spanish newspaper AS: “Bale is a great footballer and you can see the effort Tottenham are making to prevent him from leaving. Of course I want him to stay.” The 24-year-old enjoyed a remarkable season with the north Londoners in 2012/13, bringing him to the attention of the Spanish giants. Madrid are reportedly willing to better the world record fee of £80million they shelled out on Cristiano Ronaldo four years ago, with Bale thought to be keen on a switch to the Bernabeu. Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes Gareth Bale would flourish at Real Madrid as talks over a potential transfer continue. Tottenham did not wish to comment on the speculation when contacted by Press Association Sport and Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti was also coy when asked about the Welshman. “We will see what happens,” the Italian said. “It is between the two clubs. Right now our team is very strong and we will have to see what happens in the future.” There are clearly hurdles to overcome but, should Bale make the move to Los Blancos, former Spurs boss Redknapp believes the winger would shine in the Spanish capital. “He is behind Messi and Ronaldo in terms of being the best player in the world,” said Redknapp, who coached Bale for four years. “He is at a good club but the opportunity to play for Real Madrid does not come along too often. He has probably dreamt about that since he was a little boy. “It seems they have offered fantastic money so it could happen, but I don’t know. I wouldn’t be sure. If he goes there, he will be a great success there. I am sure of that. Redknapp, now manager of SkyBet Championship promotion hopefuls QPR, helped transform Bale into the player he is today. Originally a left-back with Southampton, Redknapp pushed him further forward and was at the helm when he won the Professional Footballers Association Player of the Year award for the first time in 2011, a feat he repeated last season. “He has been playing like that for three or four years,” he said. “I think it was three years ago that he was Player of the Year the first time. Press Association
Press Association Burnley midfielder Steven Reid has announced he will retire at the end of the season. The 34-year-old joined the Clarets last summer but has made just seven appearances for the recently-relegated Barclays Premier League club. The versatile player has made almost 400 appearances for the likes of Millwall, Blackburn, QPR, West Brom and Burnley during a 17-year career that also saw him earn 23 Republic of Ireland caps. “It is with a heavy heart that I announce my retirement from professional football at the end of the 2014-15 season,” Reid said on the club’s official website. “The last 17 years have been incredible and I have been fortunate to have played for some great clubs at Millwall, Blackburn Rovers, West Bromwich Albion and Burnley, as well as representing Ireland and playing at the World Cup. “Alongside the great memories there have also been the many lows of my well-documented injuries and I feel the time has now come to listen to my body. “I’m excited about new challenges ahead. I’m working towards my ‘A’ licence and look forward to pursuing a career in coaching, alongside continuing the media work I’ve enjoyed this season. “I would like to thank everybody that has been a part of the journey: My family, especially, but also the fans, players, staff, managers and friends that have made it a truly wonderful 17 years.”
State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Bio House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 admin ELLSWORTH — Playing their third game in as many days, the Ellsworth Eagles used a strong third period to pull ahead of the Hermon Hawks en route to a 57-43 win on Saturday.Andrew Austin of the Ellsworth Eagles drives the lane for two of his game-high 17 points.—HUGH BOWDENELLSWORTH — Playing their third game in as many days, the Ellsworth Eagles used a strong third period to pull ahead of the Hermon Hawks en route to a 57-43 win on Saturday.Hoping to improve on their post-season playoff position in the Class B standings, the Hawks came out strong, building a 12-4 lead in the game’s opening moments.But a basket by Andrew Austin, a pair of threes by Thomas Sawyer and a driving layup by Austin that was set up by a nifty pass from Nick Holt cut the Hermon lead to 16-14 by period’s end.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe two teams nearly matched basket for basket through the second period with Ellsworth taking a 27-25 halftime lead, thanks to a pair of free throws by Cote Card to close out the quarter.In the third period, the Eagles took control.Austin scored off the glass and Jordan Carter followed with a pair of free throws to open the quarter.Joshua Allen hit a jumper for Hermon but Ellsworth’s Holt then came up with a steal and drove the lane for a layup and Tyler Palmer followed with a scoring drive to the basket to give the Eagles a 35-27 lead.Hermon cut the margin back to five but could get no closer the rest of the way.Austin led all scorers with 17 points and pulled down seven rebounds, Palmer finished with 12 points and Carter had four assists and three steals to go with six points for the Eagles.Tyler Thayer and Aaron Jellison each scored 10 points for the Hawks.For more sports news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest posts by admin (see all) Latest Posts
“In the Zone” runs every other Friday. If you would like to comment on this story, visit DailyTrojan.com or email Trevor at firstname.lastname@example.org The quarterback situation at USC just got a little bit more interesting.On Wednesday night, quarterback Max Browne of Skyline High School in Sammamish, Wash., verbally committed to USC, after a three-day unofficial visit to campus. According to Rivals.com, Browne is the No. 1 overall prospect at his position in the 2013 class.The 6-foot-5, 210-pound prep star threw for 4,045 yards and 45 touchdowns during his junior season. In two years starting at Skyline, the quarterback has thrown for 8,216 passing yards and 95 touchdowns.Browne’s verbal commitment gives the USC coaching staff multiple options for senior Matt Barkley’s successor.According to Mason Kelley of The Seattle Times, Browne is working on graduating high school early, too, so he can enroll at USC during the next spring semester — a similar route Barkley, Cody Kessler and Max Wittek decided to take.This spring, redshirt freshmen quarterbacks Kessler and Wittek have seen extended snaps behind center. The two have been competing for the backup role on the depth chart behind Barkley. Both are also auditioning for an eventual starting role next year. Now it’s likely a three-man race.And in case anybody forgot: Redshirt sophomore quarterback Jesse Scroggins is still at USC. Remember just a couple years ago, Scroggins was supposed to be the next great player? According to Rivals.com, Scroggins was the No. 5 prospect at his position — a dual-threat quarterback with a laser arm and a nice set of wheels.Does Browne’s commitment mean the end of Scroggins’ time at USC? With sanctions limiting the Trojans to 75 scholarship players until 2015, can they afford to carry four quarterbacks on their roster?Probably not.It’s really unfortunate, too. Call it bad luck or misfortune, but he’s dealt with numerous injuries that have slowed his progress as a player. Now he’s trying to work his way back in the classroom as well. He’s been excused from spring practice so he can focus his efforts in the classroom to gain eligibility for the fall.“I will be eligible in the fall, there is no question about that,” Scroggins told ESPNLosAngeles.com in February. “I will be practicing in the spring and I will still be here in the fall, no doubt about it.”But his inability to stay healthy, coupled with his academic issues, isn’t a positive sign. There’s been more hype than show for the four-star prospect out of Lakewood High. And to the coaching staff, it’s not exactly encouraging to see a promising guy like Scroggins miss practice to bring up his grades just so he can step foot on the field. No longer does Scroggins have that so-called extra experience.Even last fall while Scroggins was recovering from surgery on his throwing hand, it seemed as if Kessler and Wittek leapfrogged the Lakewood native on the depth chart. With both of them enrolling early last spring, it certainly has helped familiarize them with the system and coaching staff.Again, with Browne verbally committing, the Trojans will have the No. 1 prospect at his position in the class of 2013 and have two other capable players in Kessler and Wittek, who are ranked No. 2 and No. 3 at their positions in the class of 2011, according to Rivals.com.Yes, the starting job isn’t guaranteed to any of those three, either. But with Kessler and Wittek gaining more experience this spring and Browne with the potential to be a star, Scroggins is likely the odd man out.With the limited amount of scholarship players USC can carry on its roster over the next couple years, it just doesn’t make sense to carry four quarterbacks.Come next year, not only does the coaching staff have to figure out who will be the heir apparent to Barkley, but they’ll also have to figure out what they want to do with Scroggins.
Last Updated: 18th October, 2019 23:57 IST UFC: Jonathan Pearce Is Happy About Being An Underdog In UFC Debut Jonathan Pearce is set to make his UFC debut against veteran Joe Lauzon at Boston. Pearce enjoys being an underdog in his UFC debut. Know more about it Written By Also Read- UFC: Mackenzie Dern Might Make Her Comeback In February Next YearUFC: Jonathan Pearce’s entryJonathan Pearce was undefeated with a clean record of 4-0 before facing losses. However, with three back to back losses Jonathan instantly became an underdog from being a favourite. Those three losses surely challenged his identity as a feared fighter but he regained back his momentum after winning the next five fights before signing a contract with Dana White. The American Lightweight contender not only believes that he will get a win, moreover, he is looking for a knockout against Joe Lauzon. Despite being an underdog Pearce is confident that he will make Joe Lauzon retire after facing him in the octagon.Also Read- UFC Strawweight Champion Weili Offers To Mend US-China RelationsUFC: Jonathan Pearce’s StatementJonathan Pearce says that it is funny how he came to UFC from cutting grasses in the garden to fighting a veteran like Joe Lauzon in his UFC debut. The American lightweight also said that it is very important to stick on your dreams despite people’s criticism. He landed at the MMA Lab in Arizona and prepared for the fight that somehow changed his life as an MMA fighter. He fought Jacob Rosales on Dana White’s Contender Series and got the win in one minute and 50 seconds of the third round. Jonathan Pearce is set to make his mark in UFC with his debut in Boston. The newcomer will be welcomed by the veteran UFC Superstar Joe Lauzon and it is not surprising that MMA fans are considering Lauzon as their favourite while Jonathan Pearce is being considered an underdog in the fight. Jonathan Pearce has faced 3 losses till date and all of them came back to back. According to him being an underdog is nothing new for him and he actually loves being an underdog in a fight. It surely removes the extra burden from his shoulders. Check out my carrier highlights!! 2018 is my year JSP!!! pic.twitter.com/HLHQTAmtIE— Jonathan Pearce (@JSPmma) March 18, 2018 COMMENT WE RECOMMEND WATCH US LIVE 10 months ago UFC: Khabib Nurmagomedov plans to retire in the next 2 years from MMA 10 months ago UFC: The biggest dream matches that never happened inside the cage Also Read- UFC: Paige VanZant Keen To Fight Again; Plans A December ComebackAlso Read- UFC: Yair Rodriguez And Jeremy Stephens Channel Anger Before Fight Raj Sarkar 10 months ago Cain Velasquez vs Brock Lesnar: UFC throwback fight ahead of Oct 31 First Published: 18th October, 2019 23:57 IST “Give me six months and I’ll be ready to fight anybody in the world,” said Jonathan Pearce. FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV 10 months ago UFC News: Mike Tyson has some advice for embattled Conor McGregor 10 months ago UFC: Yair Rodriguez and Jeremy Stephens channel anger before fight
Final Phase in semisFemale basketball star, Nkechi Akashili, would have ended up lacing the boots for a top football club in the country or somewhere else in Europe.But her love for the dunking game won her over from the wish of her father.Nkechi’s father had wanted the player currently making waves at the ongoing Zenith Bank Women Basketball League to play soccer but her passion for basketball did not allow her. Beautiful Nkechi started going to basketball courts by following her elder sister, Sunnychi Akashili who played the game years back in the ancient city of Warri.“I started playing the game in 2009 at Warri at the secondary school level, but did not get the approval of my father who wanted me to be a footballer.â€œBut when we won the All Nigeria Secondary School Milo title and came back home with cartons of Milo drinks and the ticket to represent the country at the World Secondary Championship in Argentina, my father changed his mind started supporting me,” she revealed.On her return from South America, Akashili moved to Asaba to join the Delta State basketball team, Delta Force.She hardly played two seasons at Delta Force before the prying eyes of scouts from First Deepwater caught up with her and she moved to Lagos.She won the Zenith Bank Most Valuable Player (MVP) award with Deepwater at her first outing before First Bank came for her signature.The University of Lagos graduate says she is not in a hurry to be a mother.Nkechi said she would be looking forward to win her sixth Zenith Bank Women Basketball League title this weekend in Lagos.“I have won it five times in the past and will be gunning for the sixth this weekend,” Nkechi who is aspiring to go abroad soon to continue with her exploits in the game said.Meanwhile, the ongoing final phase of the 2017 Zenith Basketball League enters crucial stage today as finalists are expected to emerge after the semifinal matches this evening.RESULTSFirst Bank 83-40 GT 2000Dolphins 69-64 PlateauIGP Queens 61-60 Delta ForceShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram