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Auction: Rare four-bed townhouse set for weekend sale under the hammer

first_imgThe back courtyard off the kitchen. The kitchen is relatively spacious. It has a large courtyard big enough for outdoor lounge and dining too. The living room seems to hold large couches too. 6/46 Drane Street, Clayfield Qld 4011A RARE four bedroom townhouse in Brisbane’s inner city is among the more unique properties set to sell at capital city auctions this weekend. Set close to the prestigious Clayfield College and Eagle Junction State School, and walking distance from two train stations, it’s had recent renovations to its kitchen and laundry, and has a master with walk-in robe and ensuite. That is a very neat bathroom.Among its attributes was a large 8.7m by 4.6m private courtyard that was big enough to fit a lounge as well as a dining set and a small garden.It’s one of 10 on the 3,551 square metre landscaped site with outgoing at about $680 a quarter, council rate about $160 a quarter, and a sinking fund balance of $67,500. FREE: GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO INBOX There are four bedrooms in this townhouse. The owner insists the property must sell.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoOutside the courtyard.Agent Lisa Pearse-Sargeant of McKenna Pearse Properties said townhouses with four bedrooms were almost impossible to find.“It’s the size of a house but a townhouse,” she said, and the owners were super keen to have it sold this weekend.“We have been instructed to bring all offers, this townhouse must sell,” was how it was marketed.The four bedroom, two bathroom, two car space property at 6/46 Drane Street, Clayfield, has been set to go under the hammer at 1pm on Saturday February 24. Lovely spot to curl up at night.last_img read more

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EMSA: THETIS-MRV Goes Live

first_imgThe European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has launched THETIS-MRV, a monitoring, reporting and verification system, as the first of several steps in the EU’s efforts to include the maritime transport sector in its overall policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As explained, the system will enable companies responsible for the operation of large ships using EU ports to report their CO2 emissions, as required by law from January 1, 2018, under the EU’s Monitoring, Reporting and Verification Regulation (EU MRV).The move is expected to encourage the uptake of greenhouse gas emission-reduction measures within the maritime sector, as the emissions data will be made public and updated yearly.EMSA was tasked to develop a robust system for the monitoring and reporting of verified data on CO2 emissions, annual fuel consumption and other energy efficiency parameters by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Climate Action. A four-year cooperation agreement between the two parties was signed in March 2016 mapping out the delivery of cost-efficient services based on the use of existing infrastructure and support arrangements.Extending the possibilities of the original THETIS information system, EMSA designed THETIS-MRV system which enables companies to work together with accredited verifiers to prepare monitoring plans in a voluntary module and release emission reports and documents of compliance to the European Commission and relevant flag state authorities using the mandatory module.Using the information submitted, the European Commission will publish annual aggregated data per ship covering fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and average energy efficiency indicators, among others.In order to maximize the impact of the regulation and minimize the administrative burden on shipping companies and operators, the rules apply only to ships above 5,000 gross tons which account for around 55% of ships calling at EU ports and yet represent around 90% of the total share of related emissions.Several consultations took place to ensure that the views of a broad range of technical experts, including NGOs and industry, were taken into account for the development of the system, according to EMSA.Available from August 7, 2017, the system can be reached at https://mrv.emsa.europa.eu.last_img read more

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Newcastle takeover ‘agreed’ as £300m deal nears completion

first_img Promoted Content6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Reasons Why You Don’t Get Your Work Done On ScheduleWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The World’s Most Desirable Fruit – Pink Pineapple10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top Loading… This suggests Ashley is helping fund a deal to sell the club he has owned since 2007. Paperwork has been filed to the Premier League, indicating PiF’s pursuit of the club is more advanced than last summer’s alleged attempt by the Bin Zayed Group of Dubai. With talks believed to be at an advanced stage, it has now been claimed a deal has been agreed and Ashley’s controversial 13-year tenure is a step closer to being over.Ashley has enraged fans in recent years and become an unpopular figure on Tyneside. Amanda Staveley has been chasing a deal for Newcastle since 2017 Read Also: Video: Ronaldo uses his kids as weights during home workouts The club has drawn criticism in recent weeks for furloughing staff amid the coronavirus crisis, whilst also angering fans by not halting season-ticket payments when the Premier League campaign was halted. Whilst Newcastle fans have been keen to avoid jumping the gun and getting their hopes up after last year’s alleged takeover fell through, it seems Staveley is now a step closer to leading a change of hands at St James’ Park. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img The proposed sale of Newcastle United has reportedly moved a step closer to completion with a £300million deal agreed. According to The Times, current owner Mike Ashley has agreed to sell the club to a consortium led by financier Amanda Staveley. Mike Ashley has reportedly agreed a deal to sell Newcastle United It is claimed the Premier League has been informed and both parties are happy with the terms of the potential deal. Staveley has previously tried to lead a takeover bid and failed but is now involved with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund and the Rueben brother, who are interested in buying the club. New documents filed on April 8, which became public this morning, showed a “registration of charge’ between Staveleys PCP Capital Partners and a long-time associate of controversial owner Ashley, Justin Barnes. Section 4.14.5 of the charge, used when a company is offering some kind of loan, shows that St James Holdings will loan a sum of at least £150million to Staveley’s company.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Bulldogs JV Football Team Blanks Knights

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs JV Football team defeated South Dearborn 52-0 to improve their record to 3-0 and 1-0 in The EIAC.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Terry Nobbe.last_img

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Marilyn Todd

first_imgMarilyn Todd passed away in her home in Sunman, Indiana on the morning of February 22, 2017.  A graduate of Immaculate Conception Academy, Marilyn married Stephen Todd in 1971 and built a 25 year career at People’s Bank and Trust and FCN Bank in Sunman; with a break for raising children and working as a bookkeeper and dispatcher for Todd Wrecker Service.  She also was an active member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church.  Her conscientious spirit and mind for detail were well-regarded in her professional and volunteer activities.  For vacations Marilyn and Steve enjoyed traveling across the US, including horseback riding and snowmobiling in many of their adventures.  There are many pictures chronicling the family trips. Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mother, Aunt, Godmother, and Friend to many, Marilyn always shared her creative and artistic energy with those who knew her.  Over the years she enjoyed a variety of artistic pursuits including candle making, sewing, and painting.  She especially enjoyed decorating the grape vine wreaths and swags her father cut and shaped from his arbor – her family will think of her fondly when changing out the wreaths through the seasons.  Marilyn loved children and delighted in their wonder and exploration.  She carefully labeled and preserved every photograph her beloved nephews and nieces sent to her through the years. She was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer on October 20, 2016.  We can take some comfort knowing the burdens of illness are set aside and she is at rest.  Her final moments were spent in the presence of her husband and sons.She is survived by her husband Stephen Todd, her three sons, Brian, Eric, and Jason as well as her brothers Earl (Jennifer Forman),  Jim (Marcia) Roell and David (Joyce) Roell, her sister Sharon (John) Eckstein, and her in-laws, Robert and Lois Todd, Don (Janet) Todd, and Patricia (Mike) Ragland. She is predeceased by her parents Raymond and Dorothy (nee Batta) Roell, and two infant siblings.Friends may visit with the family on Monday, February 27, 2017 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman.  The Rosary prayer service will begin at 3:15.  A Mass of Christian burial, officiated by Father Shaun Whittington is Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Nicholas Catholic Church.  Burial will follow at St. Louis Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be directed to Sunman America Legion Post #337 – Fund 252 in care of the Ripley County Community Foundation or to St. Nicholas Church Heritage Project.  To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Marilyn Todd.last_img read more

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Billy W. Venters

first_imgBilly W. Venters, 77 of Moores Hill passed away Saturday October 28, 2017 at Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. Billy was born Tuesday May 7, 1940 in Knott County, KY the son of Curtis and Lucy (Adams) Venters. He married Thelma (Watts) Venters July 20, 1968 and she survives. Billy was an Army veteran during the Korean War conflict. He was of the Old Regular Baptist faith. Billy was a member of the VFW in Aurora.  He worked at Ohio Rod for 30 years, and he worked on his farm.  Billy enjoyed gardening, mowing, hunting, farming, telling stories of his childhood and spending time with his family.Billy is survived by wife: Thelma Venters of Moores Hill; son: Jeffrey W. Venters (companion Shannon Gillespie) of Moores Hill; 3 Grandchildren: Riley, Sam, and Anna Gillespie. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother: Roy Darrell “Sonny” Venters; sister: Patricia Carol Carter.Funeral services will be at 11 AM on Thursday November 2, 2017 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home and also Wednesday 7:30PM at the funeral home.  Burial with military rites will follow in Union Cemetery.  Visitation will be November 1, Wednesday 5PM-7:30PM also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the Heart Association. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan, entrusted with the arrangements.  707 South Main Street P.O. Box 243 Milan, IN 47031, 812-654-2141.last_img read more

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Lady Chargers Ground Lady Twisters

first_imgNorth Decatur JV won in 3 sets 9-25, 25-11, 17-15.Anna Burkhart had 15 digs. Brittany Krieger 14 digs. Lainey Crites 5 aces.North Decatur Varsity won in 3 sets 25-20, 25-20, 25-11.Maddy Day had a great game – 4 Aces, 11 kills and 8 digs. Erica Gauck added 7 kills and 16 digs. Emma Luttle had 5 kills. Kara Muckerheide 15 assists, 5 blocks and 7 digs.‘The girls played with a lot of energy tonight and it was nice to see them come together as a team after a tough weekend tournament. Our leading attacker, Erika Kramer was out tonight due to a knee injury and Senior, Abby Morrow, stepped in and did a nice job as middle hitter. Great win for us tonight!’ Chargers Coach Ashley Gauck.last_img read more

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Gregory Alan Phillips, 49

first_imgGregory Phillips, 49, of Greensburg passed away on December 19, 2019.  He was born on September 8, 1970 in Greensburg, the son of Garrett and Phyllis Kinnett Phillips.  Greg was a 1989 graduate of Greensburg High School.  He married Dana Lynn Ruble on September 28, 1996 and together they have raised two sons, Logan and Parker.  Greg worked as an operator for Dave O’Mara Construction for many years.  He was a member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church.Survivors include: Wife, Dana Phillips; Sons, Logan Gregory Phillips and Parker Daniel Phillips; Parents, Garrett and Phyllis Phillips; Brother, Brian (Andrea) Phillips; Mother in Law, Suzanna Kitchin; and Brother in Law, Todd (Brandi) Ruble. He was preceded in death by his Grandparents.A Rosary will be prayed on Sunday, December 22, 2019 at 3:00 pm.  Visitation for family and friends will follow from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm at Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home.  Funeral Mass will be held at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church on Monday, December 23, 2019 at 11:00 am with visitation one hour prior.  Father John Meyer will be officiating.  Burial will follow at the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery.  Memorial Contributions can be made to the St. Mary’s Catholic Church or to the St. Mary’s Catholic School.  Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.comlast_img read more

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Eto’o Battles ‘Ex-lover’ over Paternity of 19-year Old Girl

first_imgThe lawsuit presented by Cape Verde-born Adileusa says she fell pregnant after meeting Eto’o – now playing for Qatar SC – in a nightclub in the Spanish capital in 1997 when he was at Leganes on loan from Real Madrid.She claims Eto’o, 37, who has six recognised children with four different woman including his wife Georgette, told her he would ‘act responsibly’ soon after she broke the news but then cut off all contact with her.Erika was born in November 1999 in a hospital in the Spanish capital.It was not immediately clear on Tuesday if the Cameroon-born footballer has agreed to a voluntary DNA test.Adileusa’s lawyer Fernando Osuna, who has been fighting to get veteran crooner Julio Iglesias to admit he is the father of a 40-year-old Spaniard, said when he launched his court fight against Eto’o that he would ask for a DNA sample.Osuna said the court would decide after the hearing whether it agreed to Erika’s request for a maintenance allowance as an interim measure while it continues to study the paternity claim.He said: ‘Samuel Eto’o has been summoned to the hearing and it will be open to the press and public.‘It’s not yet clear if he will attend as he is abroad. He has been asked to attend by a legal representative he had when he was living in Majorca.‘The judge has allowed official communications to be sent to that person because it would have been impossible otherwise for the court to notify him.‘He has not so far agreed to a voluntary DNA test and I doubt at this stage that he will.‘At the moment our case is based on things like photographs and affidavits from witnesses but a refusal by Eto’o to agree to a voluntary DNA test would go in our favour.‘This process is a long one and it’s going to go on after April’s hearing, but the decision on a maintenance allowance is a key part of this process and the judge’s decision cannot be appealed.‘The paternity claim would continue after the hearing next month.’Several photographs of Adileusa with the player, who spent nearly two seasons in the English Premier League before agreeing a three-year deal with Russian club Anzhi that made him the world’s highest paid player, are understood to have been submitted as part of the paternity lawsuit.Several witnesses are also believed to have signed affidavits confirming the pair were dating at the time.Adileusa, known to friends as Dee Dee, attacked Eto’o in an interview late last year after she announced she was taking legal action.Recalling the footballer’s response when she revealed to him she was pregnant, she said: ‘He told me I was like all the whores who go looking for footballers, that I was a bitch and if I didn’t have an abortion I was going to have problems.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Former Premier League footballer Samuel Eto’o is facing a new court paternity lawsuit over an alleged lovechild.Adileusa do Rosario Neves, 39, is fighting to have the ex-Chelsea and Evertonstriker recognised as the father of her 19-year-old daughter, Erika.Adileusa’s lawyer Fernando Osuna confirmed on Tuesday that the hearing would take place at a Madrid court on April 24.last_img read more

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No. 7 Syracuse comes back to go undefeated in ACC, downs UNC, 13-12

first_img Published on April 14, 2018 at 6:31 pm Contact Matt: mdliberm@syr.edu Alex Bassil’s head slumped in front of his body.The junior peered down at the turf, then back up at the white ball in the back of the net, then back down at the turf. To his left, Brendan Bomberry paraded around the left corner of the end zone. Bomberry’s teammates smothered him and the Carrier Dome crowd echoed that sentiment.“It’s been that kind of season,” North Carolina head coach Joe Breschi said. “Consoling them is tough. You make a save and you’re smiling. You don’t and your miserable.”The differences in emotion encapsulated Saturday’s contest between the two teams. North Carolina (6-7, 0-3 Atlantic Coast) looked primed for an upset in the Dome, a place the Tar Heels have not won at since 1991. For 56 minutes, No. 7 Syracuse (7-4, 4-0) couldn’t match UNC’s intensity, its desperation. But with the game on the line, Syracuse rose to the occasion in overtime while North Carolina folded in defeat.The win gives Syracuse a perfect record in the ACC for the second-consecutive season and a second-straight No. 1 seed in the conference tournament in Charlottesville, Virginia, in two weeks’ time. Syracuse has not lost an regular-season ACC game in 742 days. The Orange’s prize for a perfect conference record is a date with Virginia on the Cavaliers home turf in the first round.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We made a lot of mistakes,” Syracuse head coach John Desko said. “This is going to be a long film session on Monday, but all in all to come out with a win, this was a good experience for us.”But North Carolina narrowly missed sneaking in a win against SU in the Dome. With 7:22 left, UNC led 12-9 and still led 12-10 with 4:26 remaining.All game, SU failed to convert on its opportunities while the Tar Heels took advantage. When the scoreboard read 12-9, the game was puzzling because SU was beating UNC in nearly every facet of the game including shots, ground balls, faceoffs and penalties.During the first half, SU’s struggles came offensively. The Orange won 60 percent of its first-half faceoffs and shot 17 times, but could only convert on four opportunities, including one on a man-up opportunity, and turned the ball over seven times.“I didn’t think we had very good possessions,” Desko said. “I wasn’t happy with our shot selection. Very sloppy.”But while the offense failed to convert on its chances, the defense held UNC in check. The Tar Heels mirrored SU with 17 shots, four goals and seven turnovers in the first 30 minutes.Come the second half, UNC began to convert, while the Orange focused on playing catch-up. The two sides combined for eight goals in the third quarter, matching the total from the entire first half.Neither team played defense, Desko said, and instead, the game was focused on quick, forced shots, that often led to turnovers or wild misses. Despite scoring three goals in the period, SU struggled to keep pace with UNC. And the same happened in the fourth quarter. After two quick Nate Solomon goals to begin the final period and tie the game at 9-9, UNC rattled off three scores to take a seemingly commanding 12-9 lead.It wasn’t looking promising, Desko said. The game was coming to a close with UNC on top. Over the next three minutes, SU recorded just one shot and failed to get open looks. But with the game on the line, Brendan Curry took over.After Stephen Rehfuss cut UNC’s lead to two, Curry raced around the right side of Bassil, separating himself from his defender before turning over his left shoulder and firing a shot into the back of the net. Fifty seconds later, he used that speed to beat Cole Haverty and rip another shot past Bassil.The freshman opened up his arms for his teammates to come hug him after punching the air and screaming to the ceiling.When the game mattered most, SU battled back. After a potential UNC game-winner missed wide to force overtime, SU won the opening possession in the extra period before the two Brendans – Curry to Bomberry – connected for the game-winning goal.“You just saw how hard he was going to the goal,” Desko said. “We were feeling it with him and we decided that’s who we wanted to have the ball at the end of the game.”Syracuse won on the stat sheet but couldn’t take advantage on the scoreboard until the last four minutes of the game. In its last 15 one-goal games, Syracuse is 13-2.Despite UNC’s effectiveness for 56 minutes, and SU’s lack of it, the Orange proved itself once again in its most important moment. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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