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9 Goold Close, Robertson. Picture: realestate.com.au“We found Robertson extremely easy to get in and out of because of the freeway,’’ she said.“We were able to buy a fairly large block of land, we have got a double block, and build the sort of house that we wanted.Mrs Prineas said the area had really grown and changed in the past couple of decades.“The housing in the area has changed a lot it has gone from just your normal two-level brick home to some homes that are really quite lovely.’’The five-bedroom home, is listed through Owen Chen of Place Estate Agents, who has operated in the area for about seven years.He said it was the most expensive suburb among those in demand with Chinese buyers.“There is very, very limited supply, every year you only have about 50 houses sold and Robertson itself is a very small suburb.’’“What we see is a lot of high end builders, they knock down older houses and put a mansion there.’’ Irene Prineas is selling her house in Robertson, a suburb with extraordinary growth in the past ten years. Picture: Adam HeadIF you bought in these suburbs ten years ago, you could now potentially be sitting on a property gold mine.New research has revealed the suburbs which now have a median house price of around $1 million, but were far cheaper to buy in ten years ago and how much they have grown in value every year.The best performer according to realestate.com.au analysis of CoreLogic figures was Robertson, on the south side.It was the best performer during that period with median house price growth of a whopping $38,900 every year for the past ten years.It started with a median house price of just $620,000 and had now breached the magic million mark to reach $1,009,000.The next strongest performer was Auchenflower where the median house price had now reached $1.065 million and grew at a rate of $31,900 a year.The Robertson result was good news for Irene Prineas who has now listed her house at 9 Goold Close for auction on April 7.Mrs Prineas and husband George built the home 22 years ago.They bought land in the area because they had family living nearby and found it a convenient place to live while their children were attending university. 9 Goold Close, Robertson. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoThe highest sale price in the suburb was $5.9 million for a mansion on 1ha of land in 2005.Peter Florentzos of LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills has sold properties in the Robertson area for 17 years during which demand and prices had increased.Mr Florentzos said it was very central, close to the freeway and had in demand facilities including university campuses, hospitals and major shopping centres.There were substantial size homes and blocks of land in the suburb, which was also of interest to investors.“It has been such a strong growth area, people have invested there but also being so close to the university they get a good return from the students.’’Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:10Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -5:10 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p288p288p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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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 Rate1xFullscreenAustralia’s back to the future suburbs05:10According to CoreLogic figures the number of properties selling in Brisbane for more than $1m is on the rise.Analyst Cameron Kusher said throughout 2017, 8.3 per cent of all houses and 3.4 per cent of all units were sold for at least $1 million.That was up from the previous year, when 7.5 per cent of all houses and 2.8 per cent of all units sold for at least $1 million. Million dollar suburbs you should of bought in 10 years ago Robertson $1,009,000 (up $38,900 a year)Auchenflower $1,065,000 (up $35,000 a year)Paddington $1,062,500 (up $31,900 a year)Broadbeach Waters $1,100,000 (up $26,875 a year)West End $1,002,500 (up $22,500 a year)Surfers Paradise $1,100,000 (up $13,500 a year)Pullenvale $1,100,000 (up $6500 a year)Brookfield $1,020,000 (up $1500 a year)
Months after Russian owners withdrew their ships that were chartered by Canada-based expedition cruise operator One Ocean Expeditions, the company announced it had entered into a restructuring procedure.Andrew Prossin, the company’s founder and CEO said in a statement on October 29 that the “sudden withdrawal” of vessels Akademik Ioffe and Akademik Sergey Vavilov caused a series of complex circumstances that the company is addressing.The CEO’s statement did not contain information on how passenger bookings would be affected or whether eventual refunds would be available.“The withdrawal of these ships was an unexpected and destabilizing event, and the violation of our contract remains the subject of ongoing legal action,” Prossin said.“We deeply regret the inconvenience caused to passengers and our long-standing partners and we remain focused on doing everything possible to move our company forward.“The last few days have been quite eventful but please be patient for a few days as we work to restructure our business. We will be in touch as soon as possible regarding our future plans and operations.”The only ship remaining in the company’s fleet is the RCGS Resolute, an ice-strengthened ship that was acquired in 2017.In August this year, the ship was briefly arrested in Iqaluit after Nova Scotia-based company Atship Services filed a claim that it was owed nearly CAD 100,00 by the ship’s owner.
* media establishments Mayors agreed to have a unified quarantinepass during a meeting with Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. on Monday afternoon inSanta Barbara town. * restaurants, fast food chains and foodstalls (but only for “take out” orders; “dine-in” service shall not be allowed) * medical/dental clinics, medical facilities,diagnostic centers and laboratories According to Mayor Mediatrix Fernandez of SanEnrique and president of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines (LMP)Iloilo Chapter, the enhanced community quarantine pass may be used by people togo out to: * buy medicines/health essentials * municipal public markets (provided thatwhile the same shall be open everyday, scheduled market days shall be suspendedin all local government units) Defensor sought for a uniform pass to avoidconfusion and facilitate the movement of people between towns and to IloiloCity after noting that each local government unit has its own format of thepass. Under the EO, employees/workers in thefollowing fields (exemptions) may avail themselves of the enhanced communityquarantine pass: * funeral homes (but viewing and wakes is prohibited) * establishments providing financial services(banks, pawnshops, money transfer services, and payment and remittance centers) ILOILO – Beginning tomorrow, local governmentunits through their barangay councils would be issuing uniform “enhancedcommunity quarantine passes.” * water-refilling stations * hospitals * public utilities providing transportation,power, energy, water, telecommunications and cargo handling * supermarkets, sari-sari stores, grocery stores, convenience stores and bakeshops Iloilo Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. wants a uniform “enhanced community quarantine pass” throughout the province. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN * establishments providing such other basicnecessities and services (agricultural supply stores, gasoline stations,liquefied petroleum gas stores/outlets; * buy basic household essentials * establishments / factories / plants engagedin the manufacturing / processing / storage of basic food products and healthneeds * go to work or do business in line withExecutive Order (EO) No. 080 of Defensor (“An order enforcing an enhancedcommunity quarantine over the entire province of Iloilo for stronger protectionagainst the coronavirus disease 2019).” * pharmacies * business process outsourcing (BPO) and knowledgeprocess outsourcing (KPO)/PN
Photo courtesy of tallcopsaysstop.com/Batesville, In. — Registration is open now for the “Tall Cop Workshop” presented by the Coalition for a Drug Free Batesville and the Southeastern Indiana YMCA. The event will be held at the Southeastern Indiana YMCA in Batesville on November 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.Officer Jermaine Galloway will use more than 120 visual aids to raise awareness about what is going on in our community. Alcohol, alcoholic energy drinks, e-cigarettes, drug-related music and groups, youth party tendencies, alcohol and drug concealment methods, party games, inhalants, synthetic drugs, non-traditional alcoholic drinks and new technology will all be discussed.The interactive workshop is for educators, prevention providers, police, treatment counselors and probation officers.To register fill this form out or call 812-933-5257.
left-to-right are:Batesville Chamber Board President, Mary HuntingtonCommunity Service Award Winner, Anne RaverCommunity Impact Award, Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children (Executive Director, Tonya Ruble-Richter)Educator of the Year, Mrs. Cathy OllierOutgoing Batesville Chamber Executive Director, Anna IboldBatesville, In. —The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated another year and passed out three community awards.Brad Stoneking and Catherine Dalton presented the Educator of the Year Award to Cathy Ollier, Sarah Heppner presented the Community Service Award to Anne Raver and Glennis Williams and Pat Polley presented the Community Impact Award to Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children.The event included a “Penguin Encounter” from Wave on Wheels from the Newport Aquarium.
Batesville, In. — The Southeast Indiana Health Center will hold a Woman’s Health Clinic Monday, June 3. The clinic is for women in the Franklin/Ripley County area who are uninsured or under-insured.Cervical screenings, mammogram appointments and other female health-related concerns, including consultation with our Gynecologist will be available.For more information or to make an appointment call 812-932-4515.
Former Stoke manager Tony Pulis is disappointed by his exit but accepts chairman Peter Coates’ decision to want to take the club in a different direction. The 55-year-old parted company with the Potters by mutual consent on Tuesday after seven successive years in charge. Pulis had come in for increasing criticism from supporters for his ‘long-ball’, physical style and Coates decided after five years in the Premier League it was time for a change. “I have enjoyed some wonderful times at Stoke City and nobody was prouder than me when, after 23 years of exile from top-flight football we gained Barclays Premier League status,” said the Welshman in a statement. Press Association “Over the past five years we have created history by being the only team in this club’s 150 years existence to remain out of the bottom six in top-flight football for five consecutive seasons. “Within our five-year period in the Barclays Premier League we have featured in four major cup quarter-finals, an FA Cup semi-final and final. Further, we have encountered, progressed and reached the later stages of a major European cup competition, only to lose out to Spanish giants Valencia. “Peter, his family and I have enjoyed every inch of the journey; he has been truly a fantastic man to work with. Although I am disappointed I do understand what he means when he says the board feels a need to take the club in a different direction.” Pulis believes he leaves the club in a much healthier position than when he rejoined in 2006, mainly as a result of the progress made once they were promoted. “During this great run of success on the pitch the club has also been involved in the building and development of a training ground that now compares to any in the Barclays Premier League,” he added in a statement released by the League Managers’ Association. “Also, the Britannia Stadium has been revamped and now hosts and looks after virtually full-houses of the club’s great supporters every other week. In leaving I am very proud of what we have all achieved.” Coates expressed his thanks for the work Pulis had done. “The last seven years have been some of the best in our long history and I would like to thank Tony for his huge contribution in this,” he said in a statement. “I personally regard him as a great friend and will hugely miss working with him.”
Tags: Bishop GrimesCBAESMgirls soccerJ-DMPH Gianna Coccagnia’s first-half goal put ESM on the board, but state Class A no. 7-ranked Central S quare pulled back even as Emma Herrmann converted.They stayed 1-1 through a scoreless second half, leading it to OT, where Herrmann returned and put one past Isabelle Chavoustie to give the Redhawks the lead for good. For the night, Chavoustie produced nine saves as Central Square counterpart S Haley had 10 saves.Then, when ESM faced Cortland on Thursday night, it again was close and again, the Spartans lost, this one a 3-2 decision.Bella Pickard and Hannah Ciwkla earned ESM’s goals, with assists to Coccagnia and Jenna Hudgins. Cortland won, though, as Tori Cruz led the Purple Tigers by scoring twice and assisting on Lillian Quick’s goal.Christian Brothers Academy had found some good form late in September, and earned its fifth consecutive victory last Monday night by traveling to Homer and topping the Trojans 4-1.Up 2-0 at halftime, the Brothers kept on going as Kennedy Paciaga roared back to form, scoring twice. Gia Anthony and Tatumn Kohlbrenner earned the other goals, CBA ultimately taking 18 shots to Homer’s five.Going for six in a row Saturday against Skaneateles, the Brothers did not quite pull it off, ending in a 1-1 draw as Paciaga’s first-half goal, assisted by Kohlbrenner, was answered by a second-half tally from the Lakers’ Maddy Ramsgard.As for Manlius-Pebble Hill and Bishop Grimes, the Trojans were upended 5-1 by Onondaga last Tuesday, with the lone goal from Katherine Mezzalingua as Cassidy Field scored twice for the Tigers, with Lauren Myer and Avi Baker each getting one goal and one assist.A rematch with OCS on Friday was more lopsided, MPH taking a 6-0 defeat, this time with Baker netting two goals to lead a well-balanced Tigers attack.Grimes met Cato-Meridian late in the week and beat the Blue Devils 3-0 with all of the goals in the first half, one each by Kate Murphy, Jenna Sloan and Isabella Macro.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Back home Thursday to face Auburn, J-D only managed half the production as in the Oswego game, but still got a 4-0 shutout of the Maroons.Once again, Megan Baker notched two goals, this time with Kousmanidis and Sydney Baker earning the other goals as Brazie, an anchor of the Rams’ defense, contributed an assist.East Syracuse Minoa got its turn last Tuesday against the same Central Square team that stunned J-D in overtime late in September. Once more, it would go beyond regulation and, once more, the Redhawks conquered it, beating the Spartans 2-1. One week is left in the area girls soccer regular season, with Jamesville-DeWitt poised to go after an 11th straight Section III Class A title and bent on getting the state championship that has long eluded them.J-D began last week’s efforts by going to Oswego last Monday and again pouring on the goals in an 8-0 romp over the Buccaneers.Lucja Linder joined Tonia Kousmanidis and Megan Baker as they each scored twice, Baker adding an assist. Sydney Baker and Sydney Balotin earned the other goals, with Grace Dimkopoulos and Ava Brazie earning one assist apiece.
In a superb display in the All Ireland semi final against Galway, Callanan scored 3-9 for Tipp. 3-04 of his total came from play, Seamie picking up the man-of-the-match award for his performanceIn gaelic football Lee Keegan of Mayo has been named Opel GAA GPA player of the month for August.Keegan impressed for the Connacht champions against Dublin in the semi final and semi final re-play.