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first_imgWhatsApp Facebook Advertisement Twitter Email Linkedincenter_img NewsLocal NewsPavarotti and Julio a turnoff for sleep deprived neighbourBy admin – May 12, 2011 473 Print PLEASE, no more late night and early morning Pavarotti and Julio.That is the heartfelt plea from an irked and exhausted Henry Street resident to his opera loving neighbour.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Unappreciative of the talents of the world famous tenors, he finds them a turnoff and demands they be silenced to allow him get a decent night’s sleep.He has declared his annoyance in a notice pasted to a lamppost in front of the alleged perpetrator’s house.The polite, but firm message reads:“Dear insomniac musically fond neighbour,I have to work at 9am and can’t sleep!I beg of you stop lashing out the Pavarotti and Julio at 3am every night.Sincerely,Cranky overtired neighbour.”He is hoping the opera lover gets the message so he can return to a healthy sleeping pattern. Previous articleRegeneration turns first sod..at lastNext article87 pay penalty for drinking alcohol in public place adminlast_img read more

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first_imgMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoTwenty-four premium housing lots with elevated aspects and park frontage have hit the market at Bridgeman Downs as the Highfields Estate enters its final stages.Positioned on the northern ridge of Bridgeman Downs, Highfields is located on Roghan Road, 13km from the Brisbane CBD.The estate is designed to take advantage of a north-east orientation that offers sea breezes, and views to the north and east, including glimpses of the Glass House Mountains.“All homesites are level and ready to build on, with a stunning backdrop of preserved green space,” Mr Down said.The latest blocks are priced from $412,000 and most are over 500sq m.“They are elevated, connected to the park and are situated in quiet and boutique area.”Previous larger sites in the estate have sold for up to $642,500.“That was for an 820sq m bock of land at the top of a hill where a beautiful home is being constructed for about $800,000 to $900,000,” Mr Down said.As lots in the Parkside release sell, Unison will move onto the final stage of the development. Twenty-four premium housing lots with elevated aspects and park frontage have hit the market at Bridgeman Downs as the Highfields Estate enters its final stages.Twenty-four premium housing lots with elevated aspects and park frontage have hit the market at Bridgeman Downs as the Highfields Estate enters its final stages.Developed by Unison Projects, the latest Parkside land release is part of a $100 million master-planned estate with a total of 133 housing lots, and 1.5ha of green space and parkland.Unison’s Shannon Down said 70 of the initial 86 lots had quickly been snapped up while two of the premium Parkside lots were also now under contract.“Predominantly we’re seeing local buyers from within the greater northern suburbs catchment of Brisbane and almost all are owner-occupiers,” Mr Down said.“Just under 10 per cent of buyers are investors, including Sydney purchasers who see the value in buying a house and land rather than apartments.”Mr Down noted buyers tended to be families looking to build their dream home, and downsizers from larger properties.Lots in the estate range from 400sq m to 1200sq m, with most people opting to construct high-end, five-bedroom houses.“Large homes are the trend and that’s why the green space is so important,” he reflected.“We worked with Council to consolidate existing parkland, preserve as many trees as possible, and offer a central green lung where people can relax, walk the dog, and play.”last_img read more

first_imgIn the second ball of the over, Jadhav slanted in a flatter delivery on off stump and Neesham looked to defend. The ball took the inside edge onto the thigh pad but Dhoni and Jadhav appealed for the LBW. Umpire Shaun George shook his head but Neesham did not know where the ball had gone. The left-hander attempted a run as Dhoni continued to appeal looking at the umpire. However, the former India captain realised that Neesham was out of his crease and fired a throw at the striker’s end to catch Neesham well short of the crease.Dhoni celebrated passionately, knowing that the dangerman was gone. The third umpire gave the marching orders for Neesham and India had regained the advantage. If there was one moment which turned the match, it was the run-out by Dhoni and Rohit Sharma will have to thank him as India won the five-match series 4-1 against New Zealand. highlights New Delhi: It is now officially confirmed without a shadow of doubt! MS Dhoni is a freak of nature. He can read the batsmen’s mind, tell the bowler what to do exactly and effect lightning quick stumpings which are a modern marvel. His game awareness was simply sublime in the Napier ODI thanks to the way how he advised Kuldeep Yadav to get rid of Trent Boult while his stumping off Ross Taylor in the second ODI at Bay Oval was divine. After missing the next two games in Bay Oval and Hamilton due to a hamstring injury, Dhoni returned for the Wellington ODI where he pulled off yet another astonishing feat of keeping.Ambati Rayudu’s brilliant 90 and Hardik Pandya’s blitz of 45 off 22 balls helped India reach 252 all out. In response, New Zealand lost wickets at regular intervals but they were boosted by a blazing knock from James Neesham. The left-hander struck boundaries at regular intervals and was nearing a fifty. He struck two boundaries off Mohammed Shami and he launched Bhuvneshwar Kumar for a boundary and a six over deep midwicket. However, the game changed decisively in the 37th over bowled by Kedar Jadhav. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. MS Dhoni did not play the third and fourth ODIs due to injury.Dhoni was bowled for 1 by Trent Boult in Wellington.India have won a series in New Zealand after 10 years.last_img read more

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error This will be Syndergaard’s first career postseason appearance. His key to the game?“The establishment of being able to throw my fastball to both sides of the plate,” he said. “I mean, big league hitters can catch up to the fastball to no matter how hard it is. So as long as you’re able to change speeds, I feel like I’m going to have success.” Like Clayton Kershaw and Jacob deGrom on Friday, Greinke and Mets starter Noah Syndergaard will have to contend with a hitter-friendly atmosphere today in Game 2 of the National League Division Series.The heat (the temperature was 92 degrees at game time Friday) is expected to settle in the mid-80s in time for the first pitch today. Syndergaard, 23, went 9-7 with a 3.24 earned-run average in 24 starts for the Mets. The rookie right-hander has dialed his fastball up to 99 mph on occasion this season.Greinke offers a contrasting style, a reliance on mind games over miles per hour. It worked quite well for the 31-year-old veteran as he led MLB with a 1.66 earned-run average, making him a favorite to win the National League Cy Young Award.“I think experience kind of helps being in the playoffs,” Greinke said, “because I do sort of treat it sort of similar to just a regular game or I try to as much as possible. The first time in the playoffs is a little bit different. I feel it’s helped out just trying to keep it as similar as just any other game.”center_img Zack Greinke was crushing the ball.Sure, it was only batting practice and sure, it was a sweltering Thursday afternoon, not the calm, cool air typical of Dodger Stadium in October. But Greinke doesn’t often crush the ball. For all his talent at the plate (he’s the only pitcher Don Mattingly batted eighth all season) Greinke does more damage via batting average than slugging percentage.But Greinke noticed.“It’s been traveling all year, it seems like,” he said. “Yeah, it is pretty hot, so it should travel a little bit more than average. But the same weather both teams have to play with.”last_img read more