New row over 1.1m homes

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Retail market overview

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Berkeley homes in on success

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This Shailer Park home is a heavenly hilltop haven

first_img118 Plantain Road, Shailer ParkA bedroom with bathroom, office and media room are on the lower level, which opens up onto a deck area with a spa, swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and cubby house.The top floor offers three bedrooms – including the master with ensuite, walk-in wardrobe and sky deck – as well as a self-contained granny flat with its own access point. 118 Plantain Road, Shailer ParkMrs Nightingale said they had renovated parts of the house over the years, including giving it a fresh coat of paint because it looked like “a kaleidoscope”.She said it was also close to local schools, shops and the M1. 118 Plantain Road, Shailer Park“I really like how the trees have matured and grown in so well – I guess that adds to the sense that you could be anywhere in the world.”She and her husband, Peter Turnbull, bought the three-storey home about five years ago.They were looking for a large house to accommodate their family of six.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020118 Plantain Road, Shailer Park“It provided good separation and space for the older children,” Mrs Nightingale said.It sits on a 1925sq m block and has five bedrooms. 118 Plantain Road, Shailer ParkTHE spectacular view is what makes this hilltop home at Shailer Park the perfect retreat.Owner Charlene Nightingale said the green expanse of trees surrounding the property at 118 Plantain Rd gave it a sense of serenity“If you go into the back area of our house, (it feels like) you can be anywhere in the world,” Mrs Nightingale said.center_img 118 Plantain Road, Shailer ParkOn the ground floor, there is an open kitchen, dining and lounge area that opens up onto a wide outdoor entertaining deck.This was Mrs Nightingale’s favourite part of the home.“It’s … a bit of a hub of the home, it’s where the views are as well,” Mrs Nightingale said. 118 Plantain Road, Shailer Parklast_img read more

US won’t legalise cannabis nationally

first_imgNewsHub 12 August 2016Family First Comment: Good decision. “(The Department of Health and Human Services) concluded that marijuana has a high potential for abuse, has no accepted medical use in the United States, and lacks an acceptable level of safety for use even under medical supervision.”The US Drug Enforcement Administration has denied requests to stop classifying marijuana as a dangerous drug with no medical use, leaving users and businesses in limbo after many states have legalised it for medical or recreational purposes.The DEA did relax certain restrictions on growing marijuana for research purposes.For decades, cannabis has been listed as a ‘Schedule I’ drug, placing it on a par with heroin. The government has repeatedly rejected appeals for reclassification.“Marijuana shouldn’t be listed as Schedule I,” US Representative Earl Blumenauer, a Democrat from Oregon, said in a statement. He said the decision left “patients and marijuana businesses trapped between state and federal laws.”Twenty-five states have sanctioned some forms of marijuana use for medical purposes. Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Colorado and the District of Columbia now allow recreational use for adults, while California and eight other states have recreational or medical marijuana proposals headed for their 2016 ballots.READ MORE: http://www.newshub.co.nz/world/us-wont-legalise-cannabis-nationally-2016081206#axzz4GzFr53E5last_img read more

Greensburg police intercept pot shipment on I-74

first_imgGreensburg, In. — Greensburg police confiscated a large amount of marijuana and arrested three Illinois residents on I-74 Tuesday.A report from the police department says officers made the stop after witnessing what they described as suspicious activity. Police found 10.75 pounds of marijuana and $2,575 in cash after the owner consented to a search.Rigoberto Barajas, 22, of Summit, Illinois, Maria Guerrero, 22, and Omar Guerra, 26 both of Chicago were arrested and face multiple charges.last_img read more

Ivy Tech Community College autumn term starts August 24

first_imgBatesville, IN  – Autumn classes at Ivy Tech Community College’s Lawrenceburg and Batesville locations will start on August 24. Ivy Tech will provide students with the option to take classes face-to-face, online, or virtually to ensure the safety of students during the quarantine. For some courses, students have the option to choose week-to-week the way they take their course.Students interested in attending during the autumn term can take advantage of scholarship opportunities like the campus’s EdOPP scholarship. The EdOPP scholarship is offered to adults, 18 and older, seeking a credential or required classes for advancing employment. This scholarship was made possible in part by a $125,000 grant from the City of Lawrenceburg to help improve Lawrenceburg’s workforce and pay for a college education. Ivy Tech is awarding students on a first-come, first-served basis, up to $5,000 per student, per year. If a student receives federal or state aid, the scholarship funds will be applied to any balance after financial aid is credited.Students interested in getting more information about scholarship opportunities or enrolling in classes for August 24 are encouraged to contact the campus at R11Express@ivytech.edu.last_img read more

Weather conditions a challenge for Thurles Sarsfields

first_imgThe Limerick outfit saw off the challenge of Clare’s Sixmilebridge in the quarter final.Ballygunner from Waterford await todays winners in the Munster final.Sars have a full panel to pick from today and know their opponents well but coach Paddy McCormack feels the biggest challenge is adapting the Sarsfields game to the changing weather This afternoon’s game throws-in at 2 o’clock in the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick and Tipp FM will have full live coverage in association with Liam Campion Quality meats, Mitchell Street, Thurles and Young’s Roscrea Main Opel Dealer.last_img read more

Arsenal Top-Four Quest Faces Everton Test

first_imgArsenal will look to take another step towards securing a top-four spot when they face Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday. The Gunners have picked up 16 of the last 18 points available in the Premier League to move into fourth place, a point behind North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur. A Champions League finish is now firmly in their hands, especially with Manchester United losing to Wolves in midweek actionWith the FA Cup semi-finals taking centre stage this weekend there are only a handful of Premier League games on the fixture list for today and Sunday and the pick of them comes on Sunday when Champions League-chasing Arsenal head north to face a rejuvenated Everton, who are hoping to build on back-to-back victories over Chelsea and West Ham respectively.With the four-way battle for the final two Champions League berths hotting up, it is Arsenal who have moved into pole position with seven wins from their last nine. They begin the weekend in fourth place, but Sunday’s match against Everton is their game in hand on third-placed Tottenham, who are only one point above. However, in order to capitalise Arsenal must show they are over their inconsistency away from the Emirates, having won just five of 14 of their matches on the road. Everton have the opportunity to finish the season in a respectable position. It has been an unsatisfactory campaign for Marco Silva’s side despite plenty of promise preseason. Varying performances and up and down results have been a regular occurrence and it’s often difficult to predict how the Blues will perform on match days.They come into the fixture off the back of an impressive win away at West Ham, their second in succession, and looked very good when attacking, particularly in the first half, but it is worth bettors noting that as good as Everton performed, West Ham were extremely poor all-round.The Merseyside club are certainly playing better football under Marco Silva, and their underlying process has improved, but in terms of results, their expected position hasn’t altered much, and given the money Silva has spent, more improvements are needed if they want to close the gap on between themselves and the top six sides.Their defence is still vulnerable both home and away and one would expect it to be exposed at some point again against an Arsenal side that have averaged 2.10 goals per game this season.Arsenal head into this fixture off the back of a dominant performance against Newcastle at Emirates Stadium and are in outstanding form in the Premier League. The Gunners will be looking to claim all three points at Goodison on Sunday to maintain their current edge in the race for a top four finish.The North London club have won five of their last six Premier League matches, only dropping points at Tottenham in a 1-1 draw in a game they deserved to win. Despite their resurgence and fine form, Arsenal’s defensive troubles are still apparent on the road, and until they can fix this issue there is always the feeling that they can be vulnerable defensively when they do not have home advantage.Consistency has been Everton’s Achilles heel all season. A 2-0 win at West Ham last week gave them back-to-back victories for only the second time this season in the Premier League. The last time they did it, all the way back in September, they actually won three on the bounce. Beating Arsenal to do so again might be the minimum requirement if Marco Silva’s side are to continue their push to finish ‘best of the rest’ by snatching seventh place. Still four points adrift of Wolves, and also trailing Watford and Leicester in the congested top half of the table, anything else will surely leave them with too much to do.Eddie Howe and Sean Dyche will go head to head today when Bournemouth host Buenley. Howe, of course, was Dyche’s predecessor at Turf Moor and Burnley defender Ben Mee, who played for both men, believes they are the best two managers in England. A case can certainly be made, with both sides on course to avoid the drop despite their limited resources. Burnley still have some work to do, but they hold most of the cards as they sit five points clear of 18th-placed Cardiff, who must travel to Turf Moor next weekend. Any points they can pick up at the Vitality Stadium would only strengthen their position.With Newcastle’s safety in the Premier League all but assured, the club is starting to look to next season with discussions expected this weekend on transfer targets for the summer. But they key question remains – who will be in charge? Rafael Benitez is still being linked with a move away from St James’ Park, with Ligue 1 the latest mooted destination. Given the continuing uncertainty over whether the club will be sold, few could blame the Spaniard if he chooses to move on. The issue is sure to hang over Saturday’s meeting with Crystal Palace, in which Newcastle will seek a sixth straight Premier League home win.Relegation was confirmed with six games to spare, and looked inevitable for much longer, so Huddersfield at least have plenty of time to prepare for their return to the Championship. Ahead of today’s clash with Leicester, captain Christopher Schindler has told his colleagues they are all playing for their futures at the John Smith’s Stadium, with manager Jan Siewart no doubt needing to make budget cuts once they drop down a division.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

AppBet horse racing tipster picks her Wincanton winners

first_img Share StumbleUpon 1Alan Alger – Betway311.41 2Jacob Johns – Easyodds37.72 3Phillip Anderson – Before The Off36.17 4Ciaran O’Brien – William Hill35.29 5Ben Cleminson – Square in the Air14.50 6John Hill – Coral24.25 7Alex Donohue – Ladbrokes24.11 8Michael Shinners – Sky Bet24.00 9bettingexpert1.534.00 10Stuart Tilly – Argyll Entertainment14.00 11Darren Moore – Betting Gods23.66 12Trevor Keane – Sportego23.50 13Matthew Hulmes – Betfred23.25 14Paddy Power13.00 15Timeform1.792.92 16Russell Yershon11.88 17Charlie McCann – BetVictor11.75 18Stephen Power – @racingblogger21.69 19John Cruces – Dafabet11.25 20Michael Whittle – Team FA10.91 21Ed Nicholson – Unibet10.73 RankTipsterRace WinsPoints Share Better Collective moves fast to mitigate COVID-19 as esports journey begins May 15, 2020 The horse racing tipster for AppBet, the providers of a free online service combining odds comparison and integration with betting accounts, has supplied expert tips for today’s Tipster Challenge.Sarah Shannon has been the AppBet horse racing tipster since the app’s conception back in 2015. A passionate tipster with over five years’ experience in the betting industry, she is currently on a roll with a 25% strike rate.She will be going up against Stephen Harris and the experts from Timeform for the six-race meet at Wincanton. Harris, who represents leading affiliate bettingexpert, climbed a place to 9th at Doncaster last week after a 15/2 victory on Rocky’s Treasure.____________________________________2:10bettingexpert: Cornish WarriorCould improve a chunk for joining the excellent Mulholland stable.Timeform: Fountains WindfallHas twice shaped well in competitive-looking handicaps in recent weeks, and this may well represent a good opportunity for him to add to his tally, despite conceding weight all round.AppBet: Fountains WindfallDespite being under a penalty for strong form in his recent handicap run at Sandown the drop back to novice company should suit him here, and with his trainer enjoying a good spell, he looks the one to beat.____________________________________2:40bettingexpert: Sleep EasyHas shaped better than the bare result in both handicaps so far and can defy topweight.Timeform: Pure VisionGot his act together in handicaps to end 2016, and given his useful bumper ability, he can be expected to win more races in this sphere.AppBet: Pure VisionAfter winning at Lingfield back in December, he also put in a very strong performance to finish second at Uttoxeter last time out. Given weight by all the other horses in this race, he makes a strong case for an early double for A J Honeyball here.____________________________________3:10bettingexpert: BallinvarrigBounced back to his best at Leicester last time and has been found a weak race to follow up in.Timeform: BallinvarrigNot an obvious type to follow up but has been found an uncompetitive event and remains on a fair mark despite a 10lb rise.AppBet: BallinvarrigPlacing in both his previous starts over course and distance, the nine-year-old should have the class to win this four-horse race after winning by 14 lengths last time out at Leicester.____________________________________3:40bettingexpert: MurrayanaUseful hunter has an obvious chance on the ratings and will like this speed track.Timeform: Apple’s QueenA small field but easy to make a case for at least three, with Apple’s Queen fancied to build on his point wins for the Alners and come out on top on his hunter chase debut.AppBet: Apple’s QueenWinning his last two outings on point to point courses, it looks as though the six-year-old will have a very promising career and she looks set to do well here.____________________________________4:10bettingexpert: TangleyHeld in high regard by his excellent stable and can put two disappointments in bumpers behind her on hurdling debut.Timeform: TangleyRan out a 10-length winner on her sole start in points and it would come as no surprise were she to leave her bumper form (well supported both starts) behind now sent hurdling.AppBet: TangleyTrained by Harry Fry, more is expected from this mare who has failed to fire in her last two bumper races. The switch to hurdles could be what she needs, and coming from a good yard she does make a strong case here.____________________________________4:40bettingexpert: Lady LongshotCaught the eye last time and can improve to land this weak looking handicap.Timeform: Lady LongshotMade more of an impact on her handicap debut at Exeter and could be the one to beat.AppBet: Skylark LadyShe makes a strong case here following her runner-up effort at Fakenham earlier in the season, she handles the ground and distance well and could pick up a first win for her new stable here.____________________________________Where will Sarah Shannon enter on the Tipster Challenge leaderboard? Related Articles Submit Better Collective secures esports vision by acquiring HLTV.org for €35m February 28, 2020 ‘Better for Bettors’: Better Collective’s formalised approach to sustainable development June 15, 2020last_img read more