Sunrise at Redland Bay has just released to the market, being developed by Villa World.WITH Southern Moreton Bay as its stunning backyard, this boutique land development is sure to sell quickly. Sunrise Redland Bay, being developed by Villa World, is just a short stroll from the shores of the bay and offers home buyers the chance to enjoy a seaside lifestyle without compromising on everyday convenience.Being marketed by Colliers International, the first release of the 88-lot subdivision at Redland Bay will deliver 22 residential parcels ranging in size up to 550sq m, and priced from $258,000.Colliers International Daniel Hirst said Sunrise Redland Bay was a limited opportunity for buyers to secure a sought after bayside homesite.“Sunrise is positioned within minutes of daily needs such as schools, child care, shopping centres and medical facilities,” Mr Hirst said.“On top of this convenience is the spectacular natural beauty of Moreton Bay which, along with bike paths and parks, is just metres from Sunrise.”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 agoRedland BayMr Hirst said the proposed Weinam Creek Marina development nearby would deliver further lifestyle benefits, including parks, shops, restaurants and cafes, to the doorstep of Sunrise Redland Bay’s residents.Villa World development manager Craig Morgan said Redland Bay had long been a highly sought after residential corridor of southeast Queensland.“The region is right by the bay and, of course, still readily accessible to the city, which ticks all the boxes for home buyers,” Mr Morgan said.“It offers the ultimate in lifestyle — a great place for a healthy, active lifestyle with an array of leisure activities for residents on their doorstep.“Sunrise is designed to meet the solid demand experienced across a range of projects we’ve undertaken in the Redlands region in recent years.”Sunrise is just a short walk from Redland Bay Shopping Village and IGA and within 2km of a Goodstart Early Learning childcare centre and Redland Bay State School.Victoria Point Shopping Centre is less than 6km away with an array of specialist stores and amenities such as banks.
Arab rift not to impact LNG market, Gazprom’s deputy chief saysArab rift not to impact LNG market, Gazprom’s deputy chief says
Illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Qatargas)Qatar diplomatic dispute with other Arab countries will not have a catastrophic impact on LNG market.Speaking at a press conference, Gazprom’s deputy chairman, Alexander Medvedev said the European market remains separated from the Asian and the US market adding that impact, if any, will not be severe, Russian news agency TASS reports.Medvedev did, however, note that any issues with Qatari LNG exports could impact prices in the Asian market, where it plays a significant role.To remind, several Arab countries, led by Saudi Arabia severed all diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing the world’s largest LNG exporter of supporting extremism.It was also previously reported that Qatargas has already assured JERA, a joint venture between two Japanese utilities, Tepco and Chubu Electric. LNG World News Staff
Rep. Peter DeFazio has announced that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will allocate nearly $15 million this year towards operations and maintenance projects at small ports along Oregon’s south coast.“Our ports along the Oregon coast are the lifeblood of coastal communities, and our coastal infrastructure supports communities all throughout the state,” said Rep. DeFazio.In April, DeFazio spearheaded a letter sent to Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works R.D. James urging the Administration to fund critical navigation needs of Oregon’s small coastal ports, above the President’s budget request to Congress.The President’s budget request included only $9.4 million for ports on Oregon’s south coast. An additional $5.6 million was included in the Corps’ Fiscal Year 2018 Work Plan. In total, the Work Plan designated nearly $15 million for the Ports of Coos Bay, Bandon, Brookings Harbor, Gold Beach, Port Orford, Siuslaw, and Umpqua.The Corps operations and maintenance projects, which include dredging, are critical to local economies and the fishing industry. These ports also support the activities of federal agencies, such as the U.S. Coast Guard. Ports require routine dredging to ensure they are safe and operational, but many have been severely underfunded.
Twenty two months after the Westgate mall attack, 1.7B Kenya shillings has been used to revive the Westgate. Now Kenya’s Westgate mall is ready to reopen its doors to the public. In 2013, 4 known Al-Shabaab Militants sparked a four-day siege in which large parts of the shopping centre were destroyed amid heavy fighting and a fire.Large part of the Westgate shopping centre were completely destroyed during the 2013 attackTwo years later and the doors are reopening. The Westgate management in conjunction with Nakumatt Holdings management set up a media tour on the 14th of July ahead of the opening set for the 18th.Workers putting final touches ahead of July 18th Westgate reopeningThe Governor for Nairobi Evans Kidero was the guest of honour at the event were he talked about the bravery by the Kenyan peopleNairobi Governor takes a selfie with Nakumatt employee inside WestgateNairobi Governor Evans Kidero gets a tour of WestgateJournalists waiting outside Westgate ahead of media tourJournalists waiting outside Westgate ahead of media tour The attack that started on 21 September 2013, lasted until 24 September, resulted in at least 67 deaths, including four attackers. Over 175 people were reportedly wounded in the mass shooting, with all of the gunmen reported killed.The Islamist group al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the incident, which it characterised as retribution for the Kenyan military’s deployment in the group’s home country of Somalia. Many media outlets also suspected the insurgent group’s involvement in the attack based on earlier reprisal warnings it had issued in the wake of Operation Linda Nchi from 2011 to 2012.
Igbaras brgy residents want ‘treasure hunting’ stoppedIgbaras brgy residents want ‘treasure hunting’ stopped
“We have rules. The permit may be cancelled if the excavation hasadverse environmental impacts and endangers neighboring areas. It is within thepowers of the museum to suspend or revoke the permit when public interest sorequires or upon the failure of the permit holder to comply with the terms andconditions,” said Tirol. As far as the municipal government ofIgbaras and barangay council of Pasong were concerned, said Esmeralda, theyhave not issued any permit for treasure hunting, ground excavation or mining inthe village./PN It may cancel the permit if the conditions for its issuance werenot met, said Atty. Ma. Cecilia Tirol,acting deputy director-general for administration of the National Museum. Another option, said Esmeralda, is to seek the court’s help. Nine houses are near the private lot where the diggings are takingplace and their owners are apprehensive, according to Esmeralda. On their behalf, Mayor James Esmeralda said, he would be writing aletter to the treasure hunting permit holder he identified as Noly LaquihonBayogos. The villagers’ concerns must be addressed before the excavationscould continue, he stressed. It was previously reported that the National Museum of thePhilippines confirmed having issued a “Treasure Hunting and Disposition ofRecovered Treasures Permit” coveringa private lot in Barangay Pasong. “Makadto kami sa korte kagmangayo sang search warrant paramakita namon personally ang extentsang ila obra kay subong wala gid sangtawo nga makasulod didto,” said Esmeralda. ILOILO – Residents of Barangay Pasong in Igbaras town want theexcavation for alleged treasures on a private lot in their village stopped. Some residents said the diggers were looking for the buried goldtreasures of World War 2 Japanese general Tomoyuki Yamashita. “I already asked the chief of the National Museum’s CulturalProperties Regulation Division to evaluate if kinahanglan i-cancel angpermit. I-cancel ina kun damo violations,” said Tirol. He recently sought the help of the provincial government to verifythe authenticity of the permit for the excavation supposedly from the NationalMuseum of the Philippines. “Barangay officials and residents worry about the geologicalhazards that may result from the excavation,” said Esmeralda.
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Sevilla’s Europa League tie with Roma to hold at neutral groundSevilla’s Europa League tie with Roma to hold at neutral ground
Manchester United are set to play in the Europa League mini-tournament held in Germany Read Also: La Liga: Felix double sends Atletico to top four Cologne will now host the final this year on 21 August and will be one of four German cities to host the remainder of the competition, alongside Gelserkirchen, Dusseldorf and Duisburg. Sevilla have won the competition a record five times. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Sevilla’s Europa League Round of 16 tie against Roma will be played over just one match at a neutral venue. Loading… The remainder of the 2019-20 season in European competitions have had to be reduced and streamlined following the coronavirus pandemic, which suspended football across the continent for three months. As outlined by Mundo Deportivo, the game will tie will now be just one match played at a neutral venue on either 5 or 6 August, with the rest of the competition commencing on 10 August. The original match had to been scheduled to be played on 12 March at Sevilla’s Ramon Sánchez Pizjuán but was subsequently postponed due to the outbreak of the pandemic in both Italy and Spain.Advertisement
Stand Packer Night at Salina Speedway set for May 23Stand Packer Night at Salina Speedway set for May 23
By Dusty WiegertSALINA, Kan. — A huge capacity crowd is guaranteed for Friday, on Salina Speedway’s Stand Packer Night.All fans have the opportunity to get in free courtesy of their favorite drivers. Each ticket is accepted until the grandstands hit their capacity at just over 3,000. Fans are encouraged to arrive early and carpool if possible.Each driver in attendance last weekend received their package of tickets to hand out to whoever wants them. The driver who hands out the most tickets that come back through the gate on race night will receive a special customized fire suit as an award courtesy of BSB Manufacturing and Salina Speedway. Drivers finishing in second through fifth place will receive a paid entry into the Mid-America Clash II year-end special, and sixth through 10th will receive one free pit pass to use during the season. And if that’s not enough race fans also get to be part of something special … fans entering the track that night will receive a ticket. If they bring that ticket back to the track with them the following week for the ASCS Sprint Car show they will be eligible for prizes given away that evening. Six divisions will be in action on May 23 to kick off the Memorial Weekend, including BSB Manufacturing NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series Late Models, Belleville Motorsports IMCA Modifieds, Coors Light Street Stocks, M&H Motors IMCA Northern SportMods, Auto House Mod Lites, and Budweiser IMCA Hobby Stocks. Hot laps are scheduled for 7:15 p.m. with racing to follow.
Akufo-Addo congratulates new GFA President, Kurt OkrakuAkufo-Addo congratulates new GFA President, Kurt Okraku
He polled 59 votes in the second round needing just one vote to win the elections.George Afriyie, who had 40 votes in the first round improved to 43 votes but was still well behind Kurt Okraku.Nana Yaw Amponsah saw his votes tally fall from 27 in the first round to 16 in the second.However, as delegates were voting in the third round, George Afriyie conceded, saying he was “a unifier and a team player who works for football.”In the third round, Okraku was endorsed by 93 delegates.Kurt Okraku thus becomes the 7th GFA President since 1992 and the 24th in the Association’s history. Kurt Okraku will serve a maximum of two four-year terms in office following the adoption of the new statutes of the GFA at September’s Extraordinary Congress. President Nana Akufo-Addo has congratulated the newly elected president of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt E. S Okraku.Kurt Okraku was given the nod to lead the GFA in Accra today, Friday.I extend warm congratulations to Mr. Kurt E. S. Okraku on his election as the 24th President of the Ghana Football Association. He has earned the confidence and trust of the football fraternity, and his victory is well-deserved. 1/2— Nana Akufo-Addo (@NAkufoAddo) October 25, 2019Nana Akufo-Addo congratulated the newly elected GFA president on Twitter.He urged the nation to rally behind the vision of the new GFA boss for the development of football in the country.Football remains the passion of our nation, and I urge all to rally behind him in realising his vision for the growth and development of #Ghana football. 2/2— Nana Akufo-Addo (@NAkufoAddo) October 25, 2019Okraku led the elections from the very first to the last round.In the first round he had 44 votes.
Namibia 2014: South Africa, Ghana draw leaves both in troubleNamibia 2014: South Africa, Ghana draw leaves both in trouble
South Africa and Ghana are both in danger of being eliminated from the Africa Women Championships in Windhoek, after playing to a 1-1 draw at the Independence Stadium on Wednesday night.Octavia Nogwanya put South Africa ahead on 16 minutes but Elizabeth Cudjoe equalised for Ghana in injury time of the first half.The result sees both teams at the bottom of Group B on one point each, while Cameroon lead the log on six points with Algeria second on three points.South Africa came out attacking with Leandra Smeda and Portia Modise making early inroads before Nogwanya gave them the lead when she tapped in a loose ball after an error by Ghana’s goalie Fafali Dumahisi, who failed to hold a high ball.South Africa continued to attack with Smeda, Modise and Mamello Makhabane all coming close to scoring, but they could not find the net.Ghana, who had few chances of note in the first half, caught South Africa off guard on 46 minutes when an unmarked Elizabeth Cudjoe received the ball at the far post to tap the ball into an empty net. The tempo picked up in the second half as both teams went in search of the winner.Agnes Aduako missed a great chance for Ghana when she missed a cross by Cudjoe with an open goal mouth gaping, while Smeda headed narrowly over the bar from a Modise cross.Nompumelelo Nyandeni came close for South Africa with a long range effort that was tipped over the bar, while a long free kick by Janine van Wyk was just saved by Dumahisi.South Africa’s Nompumelelo Nyandeni won the Player of the Match award.