By News Highland – December 13, 2018 Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Twitter Previous articleDail supports Donegal Deputy’s legislation to cap moneylender ratesNext articleNorth West 10k inviting expressions of interest from charity beneficiaries News Highland Google+ Investigations continue after two men arrested in Ballybofey Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Homepage BannerNews Google+ Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Investigations are continuing following an incident at a house in the Ard McCool area of Stranorlar last night.Gardaí have confirmed that shortly after 9pm, two males attempted to steal a car but were disturbed and fled on foot.The two males, both aged in their 20s, were subsequently arrested at Main Street Ballybofey, under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act.The pair have since been released pending further investigation.
Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach, is regarded as one of Queensland’s ‘power’ streets.WELCOME to the Sunshine State’s power streets.These are the streets where some of Queensland’s wealthiest CEOs, celebrities and sporting legends own multi-million dollar mansions.From Olympians and billionaire business owners to property tycoons and former politicians. you know you’ve made it if you own a home in one of these exclusive addresses. Clive Palmer owns this beachfront home in Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach.When it comes to power streets, the Gold Coast’s self-proclaimed ‘millionaire’s row’ Hedges Avenue needs no introduction — just deep pockets. The exclusive beachfront strip at Mermaid Beach is home to the likes of Clive Palmer, who paid $12 million for a five-bedroom mansion at 9 Hedges Ave in 2018 and Harvey Norman executive Steve Cavalier, who bought 213 Hedges Ave for a whopping $19 million in 2006. More recently, oil mogul Peter Mitchell sold an 810 sqm double block at 67 & 69 Hedges Ave to Village Roadshow CEO Clark Kirby and his former television presenter wife, Sara, for $10.3 million. Clive Palmer photographed on the Gold Coast. Photographer: Russell Shakespeare.Other high profile residents include Gold Coast businessman Jack Ray and his TV personality wife, Natalie Gruzlewski; former Tourism Queensland chairman Terry Jackman; and members of the Tristram family who founded the Tristram’s soft-drinks business.Mermaid Beach has a median house price of $1.585 million and is one of the most in-demand suburbs among potential home buyers, according to Realestate.com.au.Cohen Handler Queensland managing director and buyer’s agent Jordan Navybox said his clients wanted to live as close as possible to the “hotspot” of Mermaid Beach. Television presenter Natalie Gruzlewski and her husband, Jack Ray, own a house on Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach. Image supplied.“Everyone wants to be in Hedges Ave — even if they can’t get into it,” Mr Navybox said.The equivalent power street on the Sunshine Coast would have to be Seaview Terrace in sought-after Sunshine Beach. A high-profile couple paid $17 million for a mediterranean style mansion in May this year, while breakfast TV host Karl Stefanovic and his wife, Jasmine, bought in the street for $3.6 million in January. Karl Stefanovic and his wife Jasmine have bought this house on Seaview Tce.Television and film producer Jude Bailey and Russian hemp trader Evgeny Skigin also own homes in Seaview Terrace, Sunshine Beach, which has a median house price of $1.54 million.Adrian Reed, director of Reed & Co Estate Agents, said it was no surprise that buyers loved Sunshine Beach — especially Seaview Terrace. “The elevation from the beach offers privacy and a sense of seclusion, and one of the most spectacular beach and coral sea views on the eastern seaboard,” Mr Reed said. Karl Stefanovic and Jasmine Yarbrough own a house in Seaview Tce, Sunshine Beach. Photo: Scott Ehler.In Brisbane, Aaron Avenue in Hawthorne is a magnet for the well-heeled, with mining magnate Gina Rinehart the owner of $18.5 million worth of house and land.Finance wizard Noel Whittaker also holds prime real estate in the street adn Goodlife Health Clubs co-founder Leon McNiece did until recently. Properties are also owned by a property developer, a lawyer and business identities. Gina Rinehart owns property in Aaron Ave, Hawthorne. Picture supplied.Also on the river, King Arthur Terrace in Tennyson made headlines late last year when Brisbane Broncos CEO Karl Morris sold his property in the street to Canstuct International CEO Rory Murphy for $17.6 million.The street is also home to the son of Super Amart founder John Van Lieshout. Place Estate Agents managing director Sarah Hackett is marketing a 10 bedroom, eight-bathroom Great Gatsby-style mansion at 121 King Arthur Tce owned by Mark Brodie, the former owner of Queensland takeaway-chicken chain, Brodie’s. Broncos chairman Karl Morris sold his home in King Arthur Tce, Tennyson, for $17.6m. Picture: Peter Wallis.Mrs Hackett said she had recently received an offer of more than $10 million for the luxurious riverfront estate, which had attracted interest from a number of successful “under-the-radar” business owners.“(King Arthur Tce) is a north facing street, it’s elevated and looks over the golf course,” Mrs Hackett said.“You could be anywhere in Queensland with that view, it’s just magical. This property at 121 King Arthur Tce, Tennyson, is owned by the founder of the Brodie’s takeaway chain, Mark Brodie.“People do pick streets just because usually they’re attracted to the similar type of homes there and the feel of it.“Quality neighbours are important too. With so many high-end sales in a street, you’re not going to overcapitalise if you invest there.” Sutherland Ave in the affluent suburb of Ascot has always been regarded as one of Brisbane’s most prestigious addresses. This house at 14 Sutherland Ave, Ascot, sold for more than $13m recently. Image: CoreLogic.With only 16 houses in the street, property records show some of the homes have been held by the same owners for more than 40 years.High profile residents include renowned fashion designer Keri Craig, Sentinel Property Group managing director Andrew Beaumont and Swissport vice president Glenn Rutherford who bought the former home of Domino’s Pizza boss Don Meij.The record sale price for the suburb was broken earlier this year when ‘Windermere’ at 14 Sutherland Avenue fetched $13.14 million. Coronis executive Craig Gillies is selling this house at 41 Sutherland Ave, Ascot.Down the road in blue-chip Hamilton, Dickson Terrace is the ultimate address.The street is famous for the extravagant mansion built by disgraced businessman Christopher Skase, which was bought by hotelier Steven Shoobridge for $10.13 million in 2018.The owners of uniform manufacturer, Weareco, fourth generation jeweller Margot McKinney and property developer, Anthony Barakat, also own mansions in the street. An aerial image of 36 Dickson Tce, Hamilton, which is the former home of Christopher Skase and now owned by hotelier Steven Shoobridge.In the same suburb, Harbour Road is home to fitness empire queen Lorna Jane Clarkson.An eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom masterpiece built for developer Don O’Rorke of Consolidated Properties at 33B Harbour Road is for sale. The statement residence, which is called Balaam, sits on a 1609 sqm block with 48m of river frontage and is for sale for offers over $6 million with Ray White New Farm principal Matt Lancashire. Fitness queen and entrepreneur Lorna Jane Clarkson lives in Dickson Tce, Hamilton. Image supplied.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus8 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market8 hours agoMr Lancashire is also marketing a home in the tightly-held Oxlade Drive in New Farm, which he regards as a definite ‘power street’, occupied by CEOs and old money families. The property for sale at 36A Oxlade Drive is one of just nine riverfront homes on the strip, with direct access to the boardwalk.“The last house that sold along there was in 2013,” Mr Lancashire said. This mansion at 33b Harbour Rd, Hamilton, is for sale.“It’s very prestigious… with generally larger blocks with direct river frontage and pontoons. It’s just unbelievable territory.“As soon as something comes up there, it is the talk of the town because it just doesn’t happen.“The prices along that strip could challenge Brisbane’s (house price) record.”Property records show the cheapest residential sale along Oxlade Drive was $5.6 million. Mr Lancashire said Teneriffe Drive in the neighbouring suburb of Teneriffe was also streets ahead of the competition.“It has some of Brisbane’s most exclusive homes, with city views, and only 1km from the CBD,” he said. This property at 36a Oxlade Dr, New Farm, is for sale. Oxlade Drive is sought-after street, with multi-million dollar properties.Mr Lancashire said demand for prestige property in Brisbane was stronger than ever, despite the impact of COVID-19.“The wealth at the moment is outrageous,” he said.“I’ve got seven active buyers looking to spend over $10 million. I’m talking to them every couple of days.“The stock in the top end of town is really tight. “I was nervous when COVID started, but now we’re having a party in the top end.” 4. Aaron Avenue, Hawthorne 6. Sutherland Avenue, Ascot 1. Seaview Terrace, Sunshine Beach 9. Oxlade Drive, New Farm 10. Teneriffe Drive, Teneriffe 5. Brisbane Corso, Yeronga 8. Dickson Terrace, Hamilton QUEENSLAND’S 10 POWER STREETS 7. King Arthur Terrace, Tennyson 2. Hedges Avenue, Mermaid Beach 3. Harbour Road, Hamilton
Florida Southern Wins Fourth National Title; Iacobelli Earns Individual Medalist Honors Share May 12, 2007PACE, Fla. – For the fourth time since 2000, Florida Southern has claimed the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf National Championship. Top-ranked Florida Southern completed their victory after Saturday’s final round at Stonebrook Golf Club. Meanwhile, Daniela Iacobelli of Florida Tech earned individual medalist honors.”This was a great championship, and it means everything to us and our school,” said Florida Southern head coach Robbie Davis. “I’m thrilled to death because we worked so hard to win the prize.”After not qualifying as a team at last year’s national championships, Florida Southern claimed their 26th national championship in school history. The win also ended Rollins streak of four consecutive national championships.Despite shooting over 300 for the first time on Saturday, Florida Southern finished with a 36-over 1,188. Second-ranked Rollins made a late push in the final round, shaving five strokes off of the Florida Southern lead. The Tars finished second with a 46-over 1,198. Sixth-ranked Ferris State completed the tournament in third place with a 76-over 1,228.Rounding out the field was Drury (+85 1,237) in fourth place. Thirteenth-ranked Tarleton State (+100 1,252) placed fifth, while 27th ranked North Dakota (+103 1,255) earned a sixth place finish. Fourteenth-ranked Northeastern State (+124 1,276) ended the tournament in seventh place, and 42nd ranked Truman State (+143 1,295) was in eighth place.Iacobelli became the first golfer participating as an individual to earn medalist honors. After starting the day tied for first place, Iacobelli eagled the par five 10th hole and followed with a birdie on the par three 12th en route to the title. She finished the tournament with a five-over 293 (72-74-73-74).”It was very challenging because it was just me without the support of my teammates,” said Iacobelli. “After my round, I was pacing the clubhouse and preparing for a possible playoff by practicing on the putting green. The course was nice, but it was hard when it was hot. The greens were tricky and the pin placement was difficult.Another individual, Maria Garcia Austt of Nova Southeastern finished second with a six-over 294 (71-79-70-74). A pair of Florida Southern golfers earned the third and fourth positions. Lindsey Bergeon finished at seven-over 295 (72-74-74-75), while teammate Heather Burgner carded an eight-over 296 (75-72-74-75). Drury’s Tonya Choate, who started the final round tied for the lead, rounded out the top five with a nine-over 297 (76-72-71-78).”This was our ultimate goal, and it has been a long time coming,” said Bergeon. “We all picked up each other up when we needed to. The goal was to win as a team. I would trade in an individual title for a team title any day.Print Friendly Version
Source: Ghana FA The GFA Disciplinary Committee has fined Prisons Ladies FC an amount of GHc5000.00 and has ordered the club to report the supporter who assaulted Referee Theresa Bremansu (on April 7) before the police station with jurisdiction for purposes of prosecution.Below is the Disciplinary Committee’s decision on the case. The full decision has been sent to Prisons Ladies FC:DECISION1. Prisons Ladies FC are fined an amount of GHC 5,000.00 payable within 14 days from April 24 2019, out of which fine an amount of GHC 2,000.00 shall be paid in compensation to Referee Theresa Bremansu.2. The Club is ordered to produce the assaulter identified as belonging to the Club within 7 days from April 23 2019 before the police station with jurisdiction for the purposes of prosecution. The Club shall accordingly file to the GFA a written report of compliance with this order not later than May 2, 2019.3. The Club shall be liable to a further sanction of 2 home match ban in any competition of the GFA anytime from the date of this decision, upon failure to fully comply with the orders herein.4. On the player and team masseur (the accused) are acquitted and discharged on all counts. Though the Disciplinary Committee finds that their testimonies were not credible and full of inconsistencies, they are acquitted on procedural technical grounds particularly because of a patent defect in the charge preferred by the Prosecutor and also that it has not been proved beyond doubt that they were directly involved in the assault.That notwithstanding, the fact of the assault and the involvement of persons associated with the club is positively established by the evidence adduced before the Disciplinary Committee including documentary evidence by way of the exhibits and official reports.