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This house at 31 Billington St, Alderley, is going to auction on Saturday.AN ARRAY of classic Queenslanders are set to go under the hammer, but a rare block of vacant land could create the biggest buzz among buyers in Brisbane this weekend.At least three potential parties have already put their hands up to bid for the 405 sqm parcel in the sought-after, inner city suburb of Norman Park.Investors and builders will be hungry for a piece of the auction action at 93 Macrossan Avenue on Saturday when Place Estate Agents get things underway at 11am. This block of residential land at 93 Macrossan Ave, Norman Park, is going to auction on Saturday.For early risers, another auction in Norman Park will be taking place around the corner at 92 Morehead Avenue on Saturday.A 1930s Queenslander with traditional features such as VJ walls, picture rails and casement windows will go under the hammer at 9am.The home has been beautifully updated, with the contemporary kitchen featuring a walk-in pantry, stone bench tops, Miele appliances and bi-fold servery windows and doors opening out to a back deck. This house at 92 Morehead Ave, Norman Park, is going to auction on Saturday.The property is within walking distance to parks, shops, restaurants, cafes and public transport. It’s likely to be popular with growing families wanting to secure a place in the catchment of Seven Hills State School, or to be close to St Thomas’ Primary Camp Hill, Lourdes Hill College and Anglican Church Grammar School. Inside the house at 92 Morehead Ave, Norman Park.On Brisbane’s northside, another character-filled Queenslander is up for grabs in Alderley.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom house at 31 Billington Street is in the prized Wilston State School catchment and within walking distance of coffee shops, neighbourhood bars and restaurants. This house at 31 Billington St, Alderley, is going to auction on Saturday.The home has been renovated to inspire entertaining, with an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area seamlessly connecting with an outdoor entertaining space and pool.Traditional features such as the leadlight entry, timber floors and decorative pressed metal ceilings blend with modern extensions at the back of the home.There is room for further expansion, with the undercroft of the home left undeveloped.Craig Clydsdale of Ray White Alderley is taking the property to auction at 10am on Saturday. Inside the house at 31 Billington St, Alderley, which is going to auction on Saturday.And in nearby Ashgrove, a huge house with some quirky features will make buyers look twice.Perched on a 1000 sqm block, the home at 32 Lindsay Street is a renovator’s delight, having been in the same family for 34 years.It will also appeal to those with a view to levelling the block and starting again. This house at 32 Lindsay St, Ashgrove, is going to auction on Saturday.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoAshgrove is a high demand suburb, with an abundance of parks, shops and public transport options.It is also sought after for its schools, including Mt St Michael’s and Marist College.The property is scheduled to go under the hammer at 2pm on Saturday. This house at 32 Lindsay St, Ashgrove, is going to auction on Saturday.Finally, on the Sunshine Coast, a ground floor unit on Kawana Island, near Mooloolaba is on offer.The stand-alone, four-bedroom apartment at 208/1 Fiji Court is only three years’ old, spans 216 sqm and has a private courtyard.It has all the advantages of a waterfront home, with the complex right on the water’s edge and with its own pontoon. This unit at 208/1 Fiji Court, Kawana Island, is going to auction on Saturday. This unit at 208/1 Fiji Court, Kawana Island, is going to auction on Saturday.Facilities within the apartment complex include landscaped grounds, a resort swimming pool, a barbecue and a tennis court.Ideal for buyers who don’t have the budget for a waterfront home with ocean access.
Loading… Onyekuru After being released from the hospital, the 22-year-old was at the stands to watch Galatasaray’s 2-1 home win over Denizlispor on Saturday, January 18, 2020. Onyekuru returned to Galatasaray after his underwhelming six months at Monaco. The Nigerian first played for Galatasaray while on loan from Everton in the 2018/2019 season. Read Also:Onyekuru sets target at Gala, to return against Demirspor Onyekuru scored 16 goals in all competitions to help Galatasaray to a league and cup double that season. He then joined on a permanent deal before his return on loan again to Turkey. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Galatasaray Football Club of Turkey forward, Henry Onyekuru, is excited that he is back in full swing and ready to be playing again for his club. The Nigerian player expressed his heart-warming praises to the Lord for spearing his life and with the new hope that he would succeed in his career. The Turkey-based player stated in his twitter handle: ‘It’s a blessing to be back doing what I love! 2020 started with little setback due to illness but I’m 100% now. Let’s get started! God is Good’. Onyekuru recently returned to training after surviving a bout of illness. He was hospitalised for more than a week in Turkey due to malaria just after he sealed a loan move back to his former club Galatasaray. Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Reasons Why The Black Widow Solo Movie Will Be AwesomeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeDazzling Wedding Looks From Different Countries In The World7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year6 Best Movie Cars You Could Own But Probably Can’t Afford
East Central Trojan Football standout Tanner Yocum has signed to attend Thomas More College. The student-athlete will be majoring in Education.Tanner is the son of Chris and Cathy Yocum and was a member of The 2017 EC Trojans 4A State Championship team coached by Justin Roden.
Lady Pirates Soccer hosted Rising Sun to claim a hard-fought loss. While the home team only allowed 12 shots on goal, four found the back of the net. The pirates managed to take 14 shots but could not advance the scoreboard.A highlight for the Pirates was seven different players managed to take those shots. Those seven where Emily Rosales, taking four, Kylie Hostetler, taking three, both Mykenzi Morlan and Haley Bockover with a pair, while Emily Million, Natalie Kalinowski, and Kayla Haycock all had one. The defense was strong as it has been for the past several games. This brings the Lady Pirates record to 1-3-3 and they host conference rival East Central Tuesday (9/17) at 5. This will also be Senior Night for the Pirates.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Ryan Morlan.
The draw means both Manchester City and Chelsea can overtake the Barclays Premier League leaders if they win their respective fixtures but Wenger, whose side arrived late due to congestion around the stadium, refused to see their draw as a missed opportunity. “I think in the first-half Southampton played very well and we didn’t play well,” he said. “Southampton deserved the lead at half-time and in the second-half I felt we played well and it was a very good football game. “We played in second gear and Southampton in fourth. They played at a higher pace than us, decided to stop us from playing and did it very well. It is difficult to maintain but they did it for 90 minutes and they did it very well in the first-half. “You want the three points in every game but it is a difficult place Southampton. When you look at the overall record it can happen sometimes away from home you take only one point.” Flamini was dismissed with 10 minutes remaining for a two-footed challenge on Saints midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin but Wenger felt his player was unfortunate to be sent off. “To me it looked harsh,” he said. “He got the ball. At some stage we have all the feet off the ground – when you want to run you need to put the feet off the ground. Press Association “If you say that every time a guy makes the two-footed tackle it is a red card he deserved a red card. If you say was it a violent tackle I would say no as he played the ball. I don’t know, the referee made the decision, we have to cope with it.” The France international will now miss the next four Arsenal fixtures, including Sunday’s game against Crystal Palace, and Wenger’s options in midfield will be further limited following a setback in Aaron Ramsey’s return. “Aaron Ramsey is out for longer than we expected as he had a little setback yesterday in training so I couldn’t bring him here,” Wenger confirmed. “It is the same muscle. He felt it a bit again so we have to be cautious this time.” Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino felt his side did enough to win the game and praised his players for not letting their heads drop following Arsenal’s two goals at the start of the second half. “I thought the team was outstanding,” he said. “We were sensational in the first half and did really well. It was total football. In the second half we didn’t start so well and conceded two quick goals. I would highlight fact we were able to get back into it – we showed amazing character and we deserved to win in the end.” Arsenal were thoroughly outplayed in the first half as Jose Fonte’s 21st-minute header gave Saints a well-deserved lead at the break. Two quick-fire goals after the interval, with in-form duo Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla once again on target, gave the visitors a lead to defend before Adam Lallana pulled Southampton level and Mathieu Flamini saw red late on. Arsenal’s team coach was delayed in arriving at Southampton before a performance which Arsene Wenger conceded saw his side play in second gear – but the Gunners’ boss refused to see the result as two points dropped.
MICHAEL Phelps won his 23rd Olympic gold in what looks like being his final Games, as Britain took silver in the men’s 4x100m medley relay on Saturday night.Phelps, 31, secured his fifth gold of Rio 2016 when he teamed up with Ryan Murphy, Cody Miller and Nathan Adrian to set a new Games record of three minutes 27.95 seconds.Britain finished 2.71 seconds adrift, with Australia in third.USA also successfully defended their title in the women’s 4x100m medley.Kathleen Baker, Lilly King, Dana Vollmer and Simone Manuel clocked 3:53.13 to win USA’s 1,000th gold at a summer Games.“Getting off the bus and walking to the pool tonight, I pretty much felt myself starting to crack,” said Phelps.“Last warm-up, last time putting on a suit, last time walking out in front of people, representing my country… it’s insane.“This is how I wanted to finish my career. I’ve lived a dream come true. Being able to cap it off with these Games is just the perfect way to finish.”The American legend bowed out with 28 medals from five Olympics after making his debut in 2000.That is 10 more than the next best. Gymnast Larisa Latynina, who competed for the Soviet Union between 1956 and 1964, won 18, nine of them gold.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Nottingham: Virat Kohli’s passion is unmatched and his game sense could only be compared to the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, feels Indian team’s head coach Ravi Shastri. Kohli has so far scored 440 runs with two hundreds in three Tests as India made a comeback with a 203-run win in the Trent Bridge game.“He (Kohli) is very passionate about the game. He loves batting. He loves to do the hard yards. His work ethic is second to none and I have not seen any cricketer. I will put (Sachin) Tendulkar in that bracket when it comes to preparation, visualising situations, how he goes about planning, ability to stay in present—great qualities in any human being,” Shastri told Mike Atherton during an interview for Sky Sports.Shastri said that despite two classic Test match innings 97 and 103 in Nottingham, Kohli will start with a clean slate in the next game.Also Read | Anushka Sharma’s Sui Dhaaga latest memes are complete laugh riot“I promise you that these two innings, he has forgotten. He will take guard as if he has not got runs in this series,” Shastri said.The former all-rounder reiterated that the current fast bowling unit is “best by a mile” in the history of Indian cricket.“Oh by a mile (if they are best group of fast bowlers) and (also in terms of) bench strength. If you look, the two potently best bowlers for English conditions would have been Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar.“We didn’t have them at all right through the ODI series (Bumrah had a fractired wrist and Bhuvneshwar had back issue) and also not at the start of the Test series. So we couldn’t play as a unit, then we have Ishant, and Shami and we have Umesh in the reserves, who is bowling beautifully. They can come into play anytime.”Terming this as India’s most clinical performance since he took over, Shastri said that the aim will be to be the “best travelling side.”“We know we will thrash teams at home. There’s no chance for opposition if they come to India and if we prepare tracks that suit us. But we want to go outside and win and I think this side can be the best travelling side in the world.”
Published on December 31, 2013 at 7:46 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Correction: The video incorrectly states the time of the Syracuse vs. Miami game. The game is on Saturday at 2 p.m.. The Daily Orange regrets this error. Beat writers Stephen Bailey and Jesse Dougherty break down Syracuse’s 70-48 win over Eastern Michigan. Jerami Grant and Rakeem Christmas paced the Orange with 15 points apiece.
Spark SC hosted its biannual startup career fair Wednesday. The event featured small companies to give them a platform apart from the big corporations typically present at recruiting events. (Thomas Forman | Daily Trojan)Students lined up to enter Alumni Park Wednesday morning to speak to prospective employers at Spark SC’s Startup Career Fair, many of whom were USC alumni. The fair featured more than 20 startup companies from the Los Angeles area that promoted internships and full-time positions. Spark SC, an organization dedicated to getting students involved in entrepreneurship, put on the biannual fair that included companies from the design, technology, business and medicine fields. The lineup included companies like Verkada, a startup that builds enterprise security cameras, and Vezt, the first mobile app that allows music fans to acquire rights to songs and recordings. Alyssa Goldberg, a sophomore majoring in arts, technology and the business of innovation, led this year’s startup career fair committee. She said many of the startups looked to hire multiple students — not just one or two, but even up to eight or 10. “There are a lot of career fairs that happen on campus, but a lot of them are directed toward a certain major,” Goldberg said. “A lot of the companies at those career fairs are really big, and a lot of the small companies get drowned out.” Sina Karachiani, a senior majoring in computer science and music composition, said this was his second year attending the fair. “It’s really hard to get to know startups because they’re not as public so there’s not much information about them,” he said. “It’s good to just come see what’s out there. There are a lot of USC alumni so it’s easy to network.” Nathan Wallace, a USC alumnus and software engineer at Verkada, said this was the company’s first time at the startup career fair. He said he used to organize the event while attending USC, so he made sure Verkada was present. “We’re a relatively new company,” Wallace said. “We closed our Series A round of funding in April, so now we’re looking to grow and expand.” Kerri Ma, a sophomore majoring in business administration, said her goal was to learn about companies she’s never heard about. “I want to learn more about what startups have to offer … and see how they differ from larger corporations in how they construct their business and the types of careers they seek,” she said. As someone who currently works at a startup, Goldberg said she sees the value in the experience. “You can really see the impact that you’re having,” Goldberg said. “At a lot of big companies, that often gets lost in the hierarchy … There are so many people working on one thing.”