This 650 sqm block of land at 5 Stavely Close, Sinnamon Park, is going to auction. This 405 sqm block of land at 6 Mara Plc, Ashgrove, is for sale for between $565,000 and $645,000.THE cost of land Brisbane has risen nearly 10 per cent in a year — the highest rise of all southeast Queensland council regions, new data reveals.New research from property group Oliver Hume found the price per square metre in Brisbane’s new land market had increased by $83 annually. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:27Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:27 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy Spring 2019 is a good time to sell01:27 Median land value rates by LGA. Source: Oliver Hume.Brisbane recorded the highest median value rate at $970 per square metre, while Ipswich is the most affordable southeast Queensland region at $507 per square metre.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago RELATED: Auction action: Going, going, gone! Southeast Queensland median land prices. Source: Oliver Hume.Overall Brisbane had the most expensive median land price, hitting $389,125.The report found that affordability continues to be a major driver of the southeast Queensland market, with 300 sqm to 400 sqm lots the most popular. This 465 sqm block of land at 146 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne, is for sale.Sentiment continues to improve, with around 1300 sales recorded during the quarter.“The recent decisions by APRA to lower serviceability requirements and the interest rate cuts by the RBA have spurred renewed interest by buyers, however it will take some time to see the full impact these policy changes make to the market,” the report said. MORE: Are these Australia’s cheapest blocks of land? Median land prices rose over the June quarter for four of the six major growth corridors, while Moreton Bay and Gold Coast median prices softened.
27 Jul 2014 England’s Annabel picked for Junior Ryder Cup England’s Annabel Dimmock has been selected for the European team for the Junior Ryder Cup which takes place at Blairgowrie Golf Club, Scotland, from September 22-23. The 17-year-old Curtis Cup player is one of 12 young amateur stars who will take on USA. The match takes place just before the Ryder Cup itself, which will be played at Gleneagles from September 26-28. Annabel, from Wentworth in Surrey (image © Leaderboard Photography), is ranked in the world’s top 30 amateurs and will also represent Team GB in the Summer Youth Olympic Games in China later this month. This season she has won the Helen Holm Scottish open stroke play title and the matchplay Jones Doherty Cup in the USA. She was runner-up in the Welsh open stroke play, the South Atlantic ladies’ amateur and the Spanish amateur. The team was announced by captain Stuart Wilson at the conclusion of the European Young Masters at Hamburger Golf Club in Germany. It includes Amateur Champion Bradley Neil of Scotland who will be playing at his home club. He will be joined by British ladies’ champion Emily Pederson, who will take part in her second Junior Ryder Cup. Among the other players are John Axelsen of Denmark who recently won the English boy’s U16 open championship for the McGregor Trophy. The team will be completed by: Mathilda Cappeliez (France), Alexandra Försterling (Germany), Virginia Carta (Italy), Linea Strom (Sweden), Max Schmitt (Germany), Ivan Cantero (Spain), Marcus Kinhult (Sweden) and Renato Paratore (Italy). Stuart Wilson said: “I know that they will have an unforgettable week made up with great golf, lots of memories and new friendships. Hopefully their selection will be a stepping stone to further success in their golfing careers.” Fredrik Lindgren, Director of The Junior Ryder Cup, added: “The Junior Ryder Cup is always a thrilling event which showcases some of the best up and coming international talent. It is a fantastic way to get involved in the whole ethos of sporting excellence and camaraderie that The Ryder Cup represents and we are looking forward to a superb event at Blairgowrie.” The biennial event is an international showcase of golf’s next generation, and is designed to continue to build international friendships between top junior golfers in the United States and Europe. Notable past players include Rory McIlroy, Matteo Manassero, Suzann Pettersen, Carlota Ciganda and Hunter Mahan. The USA retained the trophy in 2012, winning at Olympia Fields in Chicago, and the Americans are aiming for four wins in a row this year.
The most famous horse in America, Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, arrived at Monmouth Park racetrack on Wednesday and immediately was treated to a cool bath. Observing were a handful of fans and journalists from as far away as Australia.Excitement is in the air. Today, Monmouth Park announced it has upped the purse on the million dollar William Hill Haskell by $750,000, making the Haskell the largest invitational in the country, at $1.75 million and the largest purse in New Jersey history.American Pharoah is being lodged at Kelly John Breen’s barn, where owner Bob Baffert traditionally keeps his horses.When the horse and its entourage arrived at the Atlantic City Airport a few hours earlier, he was greeted by a handful of enthusiastic fans holding up signs.Fans wait at the fence in anticipation of Triple Crown Champion American Pharaoh at Atlantic City Airport in Egg Harbor Township, on Wednesday afternoon. Photo By Bill Denver/EQUI-PHOTO.The 3-year-old colt’s arrival at Monmouth Park was met with excitement and anticipation by fans as well as track workers.“It’s exciting. He’s a beautiful horse,” said Liz Donahue, a nurse working for a clinic available for track employees. “He’s nice he’s from New Jersey,” she said. “He’s coming home.The horse’s owner, Ahmed Zayat, owns and operates Zayat Stables, in Teaneck.With the increased purse, “This lets the state know and the racing industry know Monmouth Park is a place to showplace champions,” said Dennis Drazin, a Red Bank lawyer and advisor for the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, which operates Monmouth Park, Oceanport Avenue.Racetrack representatives expect crowds topping 60,000 to attend the Haskell invitational on Sunday.
Updated: 15.40pmSchools all across Donegal were brimming with emotion this Tuesday morning as the Leaving Certificate results were released.It’s a momentous day for the 2,179 students and adult learners who are finding out how they did in their end of year exams. The opening of those iconic brown envelopes is a moment that stands out in many students’ educational journeys.Here are some of the celebrations around the county:Coláiste AilighColáiste Ailigh Letterkenny student Aisling Ní Fhearáin was congratulated by her Principal, Micheál Ó Giobúin on attaining 625 points in her Leaving certificate. Aisling intends to study Economics and Finance in UCD.This year’s class attained the best set of results since the school was established in 2000 with over 34% of the students receiving 500 points or more. The Príomhoide, Micheál Ó Giobúin congratulated all the students on their results and acknowledged the support they received from their teachers and parents. Micheál Ó Giobúin congratulating Aisling Ní Fhearáin on her Leaving Cert results with her proud parents Dara and Anthony and her brother Donal.Scoil Mhuire BuncranaNorthwest Newspix was at Scoil Mhuire Buncrana this morning to capture the excitement with students and their principal Ms Rosaleen Grant.Ciara Kelly, Ariana Sweeney and Ciara McLaughlin were all delighted with their results!Ciara Kelly, Ariana Sweeney and Ciara McLaughlin celebrate their Leaving Cert results with Scoil Mhuire Principal Rosaleen Grant. (North West Newspix)Ciara Kelly, Ciara McLaughlin and Ariana Sweeney celebrate their Leaving Cert results at Scoil Mhuire, Buncrana (North West Newspix)Crana College, BuncranaThere was great excitement, lots of nervous energy and tears of joy and relief this morning at Crana College.Principal Kevin Cooley said: “I am extremely pleased and proud of the achievements of this year’s Leaving Certificate students, not to mention the hard work of their teachers, and the support of their parents.“There are many excellent performances among our high achievers, several students have scored 500 points or more with Stephen Timlin achieving 601 points. I am equally proud of students who stuck with it and worked hard in a subject that they found difficult and succeeded, with the support of their teachers, in passing that subject. These are wonderful achievements and I congratulate everyone involved. Mr Cooley added: “The most important thing for students today is to remain calm, not to panic or feel depressed or to compare results unfavourably with others. It is very important to remain optimistic over the coming weeks as offers for Third Level are processed and places become available. I am confident that there will be options for everyone so long as they are persistent, patient and flexible. The CAO will publish their first round offers on Thursday 15th August at 2pm and guidance will be available in Crana College on Friday morning.“For now, it is important that students enjoy the moment, celebrate their success wisely and safely and look forward to the next stage of their career.”Leaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Crana CollegeDeele College, RaphoePrincipal Joe Boyle, Deputy Principal Danny McFadden and staff threw a morning results party for students collecting their results at Deele College. Student and parents were invited to enjoy tea and cake as they added up their achievements.Leaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeLeaving Cert Results Day 2019 at Deele CollegeMulroy College, MilfordThe students and staff of Mulroy College in Milford welcomed a special guest today as Minister of Education and Skills Joe Mc Hugh TD called in to join their results celebrations. Mulroy College was a hive of excitement this morning with students achieving great success in both the Leaving Certificate Programme and the Leaving Certificate Applied Programme.There were tears of joy and a real atmosphere of excitement and success with everyone.Minister Joe McHugh with Principal Fiona Temple celebrating Leaving Cert Results day with students at Mulroy CollegeLeaving Cert Results day at Mulroy CollegeMinister Joe McHugh with Principal Fiona Temple celebrating Leaving Cert Results day with students at Mulroy CollegeMinister Mc Hugh spoke with students, parents and staff, congratulating them on their achievements and hearing from them exactly what it was like to go through the process of the Leaving Certificate.Principal Ms Temple added: “It has been another very successful year for our students, they have achieved great results and will continue on their road in education. Many will join LYIT and enter into the various courses and great opportunities there, some will travel further but all will find a place and a pathway to lead them onto their next stage in life.“We as a school are very proud of them and I as Principal am very proud of the staff that have lead them on this journey.“We wish them all well and would also like to thank Minister Mc Hugh for taking time out of his very busy schedule to be with us here today.”See all the photos from the memorable morning at Mulroy College here: Loreto Community School, MilfordIt was a happy morning as the Leaving Cert class of 2019 were treated to some cake and sweets as they received their results. The staff team were on hand to support and celebrate with the students.Results Day in Loreto Community SchoolResults Day in Loreto Community SchoolResults Day in Loreto Community SchoolResults Day in Loreto Community SchoolResults Day in Loreto Community SchoolResults Day in Loreto Community SchoolLoreto Community SchoolLoreto Community School, MilfordLoreto Community SchoolDo you have photos from your school’s Leaving Cert results morning? Send them in to [email protected] for our Picture Special.Jumping for joy! 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16 September 2015The National Heritage Monument, made up of life-sized bronze statues of precolonial, colonial and anti-apartheid struggle heroes and heroines, at the Groenkloof Nature Reserve in Pretoria, was unveiled on 15 September.There are already more than 50 statues at the monument, but it will eventually house 400. Known as the Long Walk to Freedom, it reflects the country’s journey from the precolonial era to the early wars of dispossession, as well as encompassing the entire liberation struggle.A walk through the newly erected #HeritageMonumentpic.twitter.com/D6gyKao7cu— Lirandzu Themba (@LirandzuThemba)September 15, 2015Some of the statues already erected include the likes of Walter and Albertina Sisulu, Yusuf Dadoo, Charlotte Maxeke, Solomon Tshekiso Plaatje, Alexander Simons, and King Mzilikazi Khumalo.Cast in bronze, struggle icons Walter and Albertina Sisulu will forever hold hands at the National Heritage Monument. (Image: Mayor of Tshwane, Facebook)A statue of Oliver Tambo, president of the African National Congress (ANC) from 1967 to 1991, is one of the first at the National Heritage Monument. (Image: Mayor of Tshwane, Facebook)The National Heritage Monument is made up of life-sized bronze statues of precolonial, colonial and anti-apartheid struggle heroes and heroines. (Image: Mayor of Tshwane, Facebook)“It will be a complex chronicle of our long walk to freedom,” said Gauteng Premier David Makhura. “It will tell the story that many men and women paid a supreme sacrifice to bring freedom in our land. It will tell the story that our freedom was not free.”A must see for tourists“We want this to be a tourism attraction. We want it, in its completeness, to offer a number of things like hospitality and arts and crafts,” Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa said on SABC news.“It’s going to be a major tourist attraction but also an area where a nation would be able to reflect so that we are able to plan for our future,” said Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa.Full historyMthethwa said the South African story had been one-dimensional. This was being corrected through the heritage monument, which was giving a full picture of the country’s history.“We are writing our own story and it is important that we do that because we have to tell the world how we reached 27 April 1994,” Mthethwa said. It was also important to know our history, whether it was good or bad.Many more to see#NHM at #[email protected]#Myheritage. Statues have info panels…pic.twitter.com/Hx47Ajk4vS— Lebogang Matji (@LebogangMatji)September 15, 2015Launch of 57 heroes and heroines Chief Tshwane #MyHeritagepic.twitter.com/WLTHJRyICL— TshwaneLiveMediaHub (@Tshwane_Live)September 15, 2015Statue of Solomon Tshekiso Plaatje @ launch of the National Heritage Monument at Groenkloof Nature Reserve. SAnews pic.twitter.com/7ubXQuIB8A— SA Gov News (@SAgovnews) September 15, 2015SafekeepingFollowing the theft of two statues, Ramokgopa told the SABC a tracing chip would be placed in each statue, and they would be mounted more securely into the ground.Source: SAnews.gov
TAMPA— Alex Rodriguez has hit his first home run since returning to the New York Yankees following a one-season drug suspension.Rodriguez hit a long drive to left-center on a 3-1 pitch from Boston right-hander Brandon Workman leading off the fourth inning Wednesday. Rodriguez has five hits in 11 at-bats (.455) this spring training.The three-time AL MVP, who turns 40 in July, has not played a full season since 2007 because the suspension, operations on both hips and other injuries. TweetPinShare0 Shares
Prime Minister the Most Hon. Andrew Holness (left), congratulates Delroy Sullivan, who he presented a Certificate of Appreciation for copping one Gold and two Bronze Medals in bocce representing Jamaica at the 2019 Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from March 14 to 21. The presentation was made during a reception at Jamaica House on May 3 to honour the Special Olympians. Sharing the moment is Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange. Prime Minister the Most Hon. Andrew Holness (left), presents a Certificate of Appreciation to Sekani Green, who represented Jamaica at the 2019 Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from March 14 to 21, where he won a Gold and Silber medal in roller skating. The presentation was made during a reception for the Special Olympians at Jamaica House on May 3. Sharing the moment is Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange. Prime Minister the Most Hon. Andrew Holness (right), presents a Certificate of Appreciation to Obrian McFarlane, who represented Jamaica at the 2019 Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from March 14 to 21, where he won a Gold and Bronze medal in athletics. The presentation was made during a reception at Jamaica House on May 3 to honour the Special Olympians. Sharing the moment is Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange. Prime Minister the Most Hon. Andrew Holness (right), presents a Certificate of Appreciation to Yeshima Stewart, who represented Jamaica at the 2019 Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from March 14 to 21, where she won a Gold and Silver medal in athletics. The presentation was made during a reception for the Special Olympians at Jamaica House on May 3. Sharing the moment is Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange.
WASHINGTON – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is setting his sights on the end of the month as the next target date for reaching a trade-and-tariff detente with the United States.All three countries are expected to take part in a signing ceremony for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement during the two-day G20 summit, which gets underway Nov. 30 in Buenos Aires — although Canada has warned it will be a low-key, low-level affair if steel and aluminum tariffs are still in place.There’s still time to change that, Trudeau suggested Monday during a news conference in Paris.“I absolutely brought it up,” Trudeau said of his discussions with U.S. President Donald Trump during a dinner Friday organized by French President Emmanuel Macron.One government official, speaking on condition of anonymity in order to discuss details of a private meeting, said the two leaders had a good exchange on tariffs that included Trudeau making clear to the president the tariffs are hurting consumers and producers on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border.“The issue of steel and aluminum tariffs continues to be a concern to Canadians, like it is of concern to many American citizens and companies,” Trudeau said.“This is something that, as I’ve said before and as I related to President Trump, I hope we’re able to solve by the time we meet each other in the G20 in Argentina.”David MacNaughton, Canada’s ambassador to the U.S., said in an interview last week that some high-level talks on the tariff issue have taken place, and that he has extended an invitation to U.S. trade czar Robert Lighthizer to get formal negotiations back underway.Insiders say the U.S. has been demanding quotas be imposed on Canadian exports, something Ottawa has made clear is a non-starter.MacNaughton and Trudeau have both indicated that if a signing ceremony does take place soon, it won’t include high-level dignitaries like the prime minister or Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland if the tariffs — 25 per cent on steel and 10 per cent on aluminum — remain in place.On the Mexican side, however, there’s an expectation negotiators there are poised to agree to quotas in order to get the deal signed before Dec. 1, which is when incoming president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s new administration could inject an unwelcome element of uncertainty.Resolving the tariff issue with Mexico is the more pressing priority for the U.S., said Dan Ujczo, a trade lawyer and partner with Ohio-based Dickinson Wright.“The actual issue is to ensure that there’s nothing that’s going to stop Mexico from signing this deal before Dec. 1, and giving relief to farm country in the U.S. to Mexico’s retaliatory tariffs,” Ujczo said.“I think Canada’s an afterthought for the U.S. right now in this process.”
New Delhi: As the 2019 fiscal nears its end, the Finance Ministry’s fiscal managers say the revised deficit target of 3.4 per cent is under control even as the government is braving to bear shortfalls in both direct and indirect taxes by lowering ‘non essential’ expenditures. Sources in the Ministry said that any shortfall in revenues is being met by cutting non-essential expenditure, suggesting that despite the forthcoming elections, the government will not slip on its fiscal commitment. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalFor the fiscal, the disinvestment proceeds exceeded the target at Rs 85,000 crore with successful completion of IPOs, share buybacks, offer for sale as well as ETFs. The final tax figures, both direct and indirect, are yet to come. “The fiscal deficit target of 3.4 per cent of GDP will be met… Any additional outgo on account of subsidies, be it food, oil or fertiliser and extra payout, will be met through budgetary resources and there may be some pushover to the next fiscal but these are not major,” the sources said. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostThe yields on the benchmark 10-year bond is still tracking at 7.4 per cent, indicating the market also sees fiscal control. The sources added that the Finance Ministry had asked the financial advisors of various ministries to stick to their budgeted expenditures estimates and not seek any additional allocation. Subsequently, North Block had advised a cut in non-essential non-plan expenditure for all ministries and departments. The government may just meet the revised fiscal deficit target set at 3.4 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP) for the current financial year (FY2018-19), they said. “There may be a shortfall of about Rs 40,000 crore in indirect tax collections, mainly on account of GST, while direct tax collection may also fall short by around Rs 70,000 crore,” a source said. The government’s mop-up target for direct tax collection during the current fiscal as per the revised estimate is pegged at Rs 12 lakh crore. On the other hand, the indirect tax collection target for the current fiscal was revised to Rs 11.47 lakh crore from Rs 13.71 lakh crore budgeted initially. “Fiscal deficit target would be met as a shortfall in indirect tax collection would be compensated by lower government expenditure,” said Finance Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg, who is also the Secretary of Department of Economic Affairs. The budgeted fiscal deficit target was 3.3 per cent of GDP at the beginning of 2018-19 and was later revised to 3.4 per cent of GDP while preparing the interim budget, mainly because of an expectation of higher payout on basis of the direct income scheme for farmers. The fiscal deficit at the end of January stood at Rs 7.7 lakh crore, or 121 per cent of the revised estimate of Rs 6.3 lakh crore as total expenditure overshot revenue receipts, according to from the comptroller general of accounts. In the H2 of current fiscal, the government had cut borrowings by Rs 70,000 crore.
Mumbai: Jacqueline Fernandez, who will soon start working on Salman Khan-starrer “Kick 2”, says doing sequels is not easy as they come with huge responsibilities and expectations to live up to. Jacqueline, who made her debut back in 2009 with “Aladin”, rose to fame with 2014 film “Kick” in which she played Salman’s love interest. “‘Kick 2’ is being scripted. Moving into any sequel is not easy. I have done ‘Race’, ‘Housefull’ and have been part of ‘Judwaa 2’. It is difficult to do and there is pressure. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka “Sajid Nadiadwala wants to make ‘Kick 2’ more bigger and better. He is working hard on the writing,” Jacqueline told PTI. The actor’s next release is “Drive” with Sushant Singh Rajput. The film produced by Karan Johar will arrive in theatres in June this year. There are rumours that Jacqueline will be seen in the sequel of “Chashme Baddoor” and is also likely to star alongside Akshay Kumar in Rohit Shetty’s next, “Sooryavanshi”. The 33-year-old actor, however, refrain from commenting about the two project.