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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_imgIMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, KMJ Performance State and track points will be awarded. Spectator admission is $10 for adults and free for veterans and their spouses and kids ages 14 and under.  ALGONA, Iowa – Kossuth County Speedway’s Thursday night Salute to Veterans sees IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars both racing for top checks of $2,000.  Pit gates open at 5 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 5:30 p.m. Hot laps are at 7 p.m. with racing to follow. center_img More information is available on Facebook. The Modified feature is a qualifying event for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods both race for $1,000 to win and Mach-1 Sport Compacts complete the sanctioned card at Algona on July 23. last_img read more

first_imgAccra Based WuoGb33 claimed the headlines on match day 14 in the ongoing CAL Bank Beach soccer leagues by heavily denting the title aspirations of free scoring Havedji Mighty Warriors while Tegbi Youth and East Legon Sharks took giant strides towards Championship safety, but it was more of the same in the division one league.Havedji Mighty warriors who put themselves in pole position for the title last week fluffed their lines severally when they faced Wuo Gb33.The Volta based team seemed to have run out of attacking ideas and though they put their noses in front early on in the game through strikes from inspirational captain , Innocent Kumensah and Torsu Alfred, they were pegged back by the Wuo Gb33 who raced from behind to lead 3-2 at the end of the second period courtesy a brace from Black Sharks Striker Richard Osa and goal from Ibrahim Conney.Havedji managed a third through Nyadedzor Freeman but that was clearly not enough as a brace from the inform Razak Odamitten sealed the hard fought comeback which sees Wuo Gb33 go joint third with Havedji.Tegbi Youth and East Legon Sharks who have gone 7 weeks without a win indicated their desire to get out of the championship relegation mire by recording surprise wins over Layoca and Dansoman respectively. Tegbi Youth took the wind out of the sails of Layoca who were on a three match winning streak by posting a 4-2 win over them. East Legon accounted for Dansoman but only just, winning 3-2 in a game that could be best described as competitive.At the summit, leaders Ada Assurance took another giant step towards the crown after they saw off a rather determined Nungua United side 3-2. CAL bank beach soccer defending champions Keta Sunset Sports kept themselves within touching distance of Ada Assurance with a 5-1 win over Teshie United who are currently on a downward steep slope in the Championship. The heated race for Championship slots in Division one was given the needed impetus ahead of next weekend’s season defining games as all three contenders, Gulf Powers, Nima Bsc and Tema United posted 3-0 wins over Winneba Giants, Osu Dolphins and Golden Eagles respectively.Cape Coast Warriors kept their outside title hopes alive with a 3-0 win over Senya Sharks. In the final game of match day 14 at the La Beach Soccer Arena, African Angels did themselves a huge favor by picking maximum points in their game against Chorkor Blue whales who are firmly rooted in the scuffle for survival.last_img read more

first_imgFifa presidential candidate Luis Figo on Wednesday disputed the Confederation of African Football’s claim that all 54 votes from the continent will go to incumbent Sepp Blatter in the presidential elections next month.The former Portugal international, in Egypt at the CAF Congress to canvass for votes, told Reuters he did not believe all Africa was solidly behind Blatter, who seeks re-election on May 29 against Figo, Prince Ali Bin Al Hussain of Jordan and the Dutch football association president Michael van Praag.“I feel there’s a lot of respect for CAF among all the African federations but I’m positive that [CAF president] Mr [Eisa] Hayatou did not speak in the name of the 54 members of the confederation,” said the former Barcelona and Real Madrid midfielder.“Even when he [Hayatou] announced he would support Blatter, we could notice a difference from past congresses when a statement like that normally is followed by a standing ovation.“This time we heard just a normal applause, which confirms my idea that a lot of African countries understand and agree with the need to change for the better of everyone, especially the national associations.“In fact there were federation presidents who ensured me they would vote for me but they were reluctant to say this out loud because they feared reactions against them, their federations and even their countries,” said Figo. “It‘s also to end this kind of atmosphere that I decided to be a candidate. Football should be about a beautiful game and people should be able to express themselves freely and openly.”The CAF congress in Cairo ended on Tuesday with Hayatou declaring Africa’s complete support for Blatter’s re-election but on all previous occasions when the CAF chief has promised a block of African votes, many have broken ranks.When Blatter came to power in 1998, Hayatou pledged Africa’s votes to rival Lennart Johansson of Sweden but most defied him to vote Blatter into power.When Hayatou stood against Blatter in 2002, almost half the African countries voted for the Swiss rather than their own confederation president.last_img read more