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first_img4 Wildfire Court, Newport, has a 34m pontoon that can take a superyacht.A suburban home in Brisbane’s north has sold for $2m with one of best excuses to get a bigger boat, ever — a whopping 34m pontoon that takes superyachts. CoreLogic sales results issued Monday named the property at 4 Wildfire Court, Newport as one of the highest sales in the state in the past week. The home, which changed hands on Friday, was marketed with a warning by real estate agent Stephan Siegfried of One Agency Redcliffe — North Lakes, stating “you’re going to need a bigger boat”. Not a bad spot to chop up some veges. Making the most of water views upstairs. Size matters when it comes to pontoons and boats.“With one of the largest pontoons in South East Queensland, this unique proposition will suit the buyer looking to have their superyacht (or multiple big boats) on their doorstep,” was how he’d described it.“The main pontoon is an extra-heavy duty set-up that is 34 metres long (yes you haven’t misread, this is over 110 feet in length). Equipped with 3-phase power both 15 AMP and 50 AMP PLUS water.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago MORE: Rugby star’s dream home revealed Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. 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 Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 Even the pool has water views of its own.The owner sold up “because his bigger boat will no longer fit”, according Mr Siegfried.“The house was on the market for 24 days. Settlement was Thursday. It has been bought by a non-local, long-term client who had a very specific brief,” he said.“I thought the house would be perfect for them but it still took a bit of persuading. “The buyers have previously purchased from us and own another canal home in the area. They plan to retire here in 10 or 12 years. They thought about it for quite a while but with the other interest decided not to risk waiting any longer.”A tenant for the property had already been secured through the network of One Agency’s executive property management division.center_img “The buyers particularly loved the layout with the master downstairs, and being big boat lovers, the awesome pontoon and the second one as well. They love the location and will do a full renovation prior to moving in a long way down the track.”The second pontoon was less than a third the size of the first one at nine metres long with the Newport property also having what boaties with bigger vessels crave — “no height restrictions or bridges to pass under” plus “direct deepwater access”, in this case to Moreton Bay and the Pacific Ocean. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Where $500K still goes a long way Double barrelled pontoons. The hardest place in QLD to sell a houselast_img read more

first_img Sharing is caring! 28 Views   one comment LocalNews Court sets aside Skerrit and St. Jean’s subpoenas by: – September 7, 2011 Share Sharecenter_img Share Tweet Justice Gertel Thom has ruled that the subpoenas filed by the Petitioners in the dual citizenship case of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and Petter St. Jean be set aside and struck out.The legal team of the United Workers Party filed two subpoenas last week ordering Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and Minister for Education Petter St. Jean to take the stand as witnesses for the Petitioners and give evidence.Justice Thom also ruled that the thirteen Witness Statements filed on August 31st in breach of the Court’s Order be admitted, that paragraph nine of Ronald Green’s Witness Statement be set aside other than the first sentence and that the Witness Statements of the Petitioners which contains matters that were not pleaded are admissible.After the ruling and orders were made, Senior Counsel Douglas Mendes called his first witness to the stand, Leader of the United Workers Party Mr. Ronald Green who confirmed that he held American citizenship during his term in office.Leader of the United Workers Party, Hon. Ronald GreenMr Green confirmed to the Court that he was once held American citizenship which he obtained through his mother in 1957 as a child when he was seventeen years old.He further testified that he renounced his citizenship prior to the general elections in 2009.Mr. Green explained that he first inquired at the United States Embassy before Nominations Day in 2009 and then formally applied on the 11th of December, 2009.It was Mr. Green’s evidence that although he applied on the 11th of December, 2009 and that the renunciation was confirmed some months later, it took effect as of 1th December, 2009.Mr. Green also confirmed that he held dual citizenship while sitting in Parliament in 1995, 2000 and 2005 general elections, and that the issue of his dual citizenship arose in 1995 when a Member of Parliament at that time, Former Chief Justice Sir Brian Alleyne questioned it.He further explained that this issue was resolved as he did not receive dual citizenship by his own hand.Dominica Labour Party Supporters outside the Court cheering and chantingHowever, when asked by his attorney Mr Mendes why he renounced his citizenship in 2009, he replied that a case in Jamaica came up which changed the picture and as a precautionary measure he renounced his citizenship.Several supporters of the Dominica Labour Party were outside of the Court cheering, waving party t-shirts and chanting the party’s song “we shall not be moved.”Court has been adjourned until nine o’clock tomorrow morning when Mr Green will be cross-examined by the legal team of the Defendants.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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first_img The 35-year-old was six over when he had to withdraw because of a problem with his foot. It is understood Hoey has had callouses on his feet for a while and that is what caused the issue on Friday. Press Association “Massively disappointed to have retired from @The_Open during today’s round. Massive gouge out of my foot & can’t walk,” Hoey tweeted after pulling out. Hoey does not yet know whether he will be fit enough to defend his Russian Open title next week. center_img Northern Ireland’s Michael Hoey was forced to pull out of the 143rd Open Championship after just seven holes of his second round on Friday. last_img read more

first_imgThe former police officer who fatally shot her neighbor after entering the wrong apartment has been found guilty of murder.A grand jury in Texas came to the conclusion, Tuesday afternoon after an emotional testimony from the officer Amber Guyger last week and hours of deliberation this week.According to the report, Guyger fatally shot Botham Jean as he sat in his apartment watching tv on September 6th of 2018. Guyger claimed she believed Jean was an intruder after she walked into the wrong apartment.After a short confrontation with Jean, Guyger says she shot him because she feared for her life. It wasn’t under later that Guyger says she realized that she had parked on the wrong floor and entered the wrong apartment.Guyger’s lawyers argued that Guyger had a right to defend herself under the stand your ground law, however, prosecutors argued that the “castle doctrine” did not apply to Guyger because she entered someone else’s home.“It protects homeowners against intruders – and now all of a sudden the intruder is trying to use it against the homeowner,” prosecutor, Jason Fine said.Prosecutors also stated that Guyger despite being and officer of the law with specific training, she did not render adequate aid to Jean nor did she use the first aid supplies she had with her in her work bag.While Guyger has been found guilty of murder which carries a potential life sentence, Judge Tammy Kemp is allowing the jury to consider a manslaughter conviction, which typically carries a sentence of between two and 20 years.last_img read more

first_imgUPDATED: Nov. 18, 6:41 p.m.Syracuse safety Phillip Thomas is suspended from the football team for one year for a violation of Athletics Department Policy, according to a statement issued Friday night.The reason for the suspension was not disclosed.Thomas, a junior, leads the Orange and is tied for fourth in the nation with six interceptionson the season. He played in all of SU’s 10 games and leads the team with 82 tackles on the season. Syracuse has a bye week this week, but there are two regular-season games left against Cincinnati and Pittsburgh.Thomas’ backup on SU’s depth chart is Jeremi Wilkes, who started earlier this season when strong safety Shamarko Thomas was out with an injury.mcooperj@syr.eduAdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 16, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: mcooperj@syr.edu | @mark_cooperjrcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

first_img Related Stories Never the same: The Big East’s era as an elite basketball conference comes to an end with Syracuse’s departureWave of the future: Hopkins spends his career perfecting coaching model as he prepares to take helm at SyracuseThe Top 10: A rundown of the all-time highlights for Syracuse in its proud run in the Big EastTranscending time: Syracuse players recall witnessing captivating moments in Big East historyBuilding mystique: The Carrier Dome proved to be a key factor in the Big East’s growth during the 1980s Published on November 8, 2012 at 1:55 am Contact David: dbwilson@syr.edu | @DBWilson2 Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Long an afterthought at Syracuse, Quentin Hillsman’s work in progress that is the women’s basketball team has given people a reason to pay attention. There’s an electricity around the team after the head coach brought in the best recruiting class in program history.The freshmen are not only potential stars in years to come, but they may also finally give Hillsman the consistent winner he’s been trying to build.“During the summer, to walk the campus and everybody asks are we the freshmen on the women’s basketball team, we were proud to say, ‘Yes,’” SU forward Brittney Sykes said. “All in all, we’re extremely happy to show why we came here.”In 2007-08, SU reached the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2002. There was finally something tangible for Hillsman to sell his program on. In the last five years, Hillsman has signed top-level recruits like Kayla Alexander and landed elite transfers like Iasia Hemingway.But the program also hasn’t been back to the NCAA tournament since 2008, instead competing in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament for four straight seasons. With three top-100 recruits in Hillsman’s 2012 class, including McDonald’s All-Americans Brianna Butler and Brittney Sykes, SU appears to have the talent to get back to the NCAA tournament.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse landed its first top-100 recruit in Cornelia Fondren in September. Then in early November, Brittney Sykes, a second top-100 recruit, committed. Two days later it was Brianna Butler.The five-player class was ranked No. 6 in the nation by ESPN. It was perhaps the most important piece of the structure Hillsman is building at SU.“We’ve brought in some very good players that have a chance to come in and immediately impact,” Hillsman said. “So we’re excited about the progress we’ve made in our roster and our depth at positions, and we’re really excited about our young kids.”But the crown jewel, the shining light atop Hillsman’s structure, could have come in February 2011.Breanna Stewart was a star forward at Cicero-North Syracuse High School. Hillsman had a prized recruit — a potential program-changing piece — in his own backyard. But Connecticut, the most storied program in the nation, swooped in and grabbed the nation’s top recruit.“When you look at recruiting, you lose more than you get,” Hillsman said. “If you tell me that I lose Breanna Stewart, but I get the No. 6 class in the country, I’m very satisfied.”Fondren, Sykes and Butler are joined by Taylor Ford and Pachis Roberts — both highly regarded recruits in their own right — to make up the freshman class. Each brings a unique skill set to the table, and all are expected to contribute immediately.Fondren is the leader of the tight freshman class. The cement that could hold this team together long-term. Sykes is incredibly athletic. As a participant in the McDonald’s All-American Game dunk contest, she brings excitement the program has rarely seen.Butler could be the star. She was the highest-rated recruit. Ford is a knockdown shooter who could thrive in Syracuse’s inside-out offense. Roberts gives the Orange another elite shooter who can also attack the rim.Alone, none of them may be Stewart, but together they create a formidable force that could make up at least parts of the Syracuse starting lineup for the next four seasons.“We’re a system where players don’t leave early, so obviously we’ve got a great group of players to really grow up together in this program, and that for us is the most important thing,” Hillsman said. “We’re just really excited to have the kind of players that we have where they can compete at a high level.”With the departure of Hemingway, the offense is expected to take on a bit of a different shape. Each of these freshmen will be immediately responsible for part of that change.The Orange will use more of an inside-out offense — feeding the ball in to returning leading-scorer Alexander and kicking it out to shooters on the perimeter — rather than the high-low it employed in the past. That’s where guards Ford and Roberts come in.SU will also utilize a more open-court, fast break-oriented offense to put Sykes’ skills on display.And while some excel with certain skills, they all bring all-around games to the table.“They all can shoot,” junior guard Rachel Coffey said. “They’re all vocal, they see the floor, play defense, they work hard.”The freshmen first came together over the summer. The five players enrolled in SU’s SummerStart program.The six-week program not only gave the freshmen the opportunity to get to know the campus, but also to spend six weeks getting to know their teammates for what could be the next four seasons.A tight-knit bond was forged during those six weeks, and that could be what separates Syracuse’s freshman class from other elite freshman classes nationwide.“I’m a huge fan of team chemistry,” Sykes said. “The freshmen, we’re all like basically family. We have a pretty strong bond. … We love each other — too much.”But the group did know each other before coming to Syracuse for the summer, at least somewhat.During the recruiting process, several of the players talked to each other. They all made their decisions within just a few months of each other and were influenced by the potential to play with other elite freshmen.“We knew each other kind of coming in,” Butler said. “It was one of the key factors that helped me decide coming to Syracuse, so I think that helps when you’re coming in, and also the  chemistry was already there.”The freshmen’s accelerated growth should help that. So far, their older teammates rave about how game-ready they are.This class could be the one to put Hillsman’s program over the top.“She’s going to do well, obviously,” Hillsman said. “But I really thought that these players that we brought in are going to get us to the level that we need to be.” Commentslast_img read more

first_imgFollowing a run to the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference women’s basketball tournament, Syracuse (24-8, 11-5 ACC) jumped three spots to No. 15 in the Associated Press women’s college poll on Monday.The Orange most-recently were blown out by No. 3 Notre Dame, 91-66, but rose in the rankings with wins over then-No. 15 Miami and unranked Virginia. The Orange followed their 10-point win over the Cavaliers with a strong second-half performance against the Hurricanes and avenged a regular-season loss to Miami, 92-85.Star point guard Tiana Mangakahia scored 26 points and dished an ACC tournament single-game record 13 assists against UM, earning her a spot on the all-tournament team.The Orange await their NCAA Tournament seed Monday, March 18 at the selection show, where the Orange find out if they will host the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament. Syracuse last appeared in the top-16 committee ranking on March 3 as a No. 4 tournament seed and the No. 15 overall seed.“I mean, we’ve got a 10 RPI. And I think, what, a 3 strength of schedule,” Hillsman said after SU’s ACC tournament loss to Notre Dame. “If we don’t (get to host NCAA tournament games), I mean, they’re going to have to change the whole criteria.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on March 12, 2019 at 6:57 pm Contact Michael: mmcclear@syr.edu | @MikeJMcClearycenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgThere is a history of bad blood between Ronaldo and Correio da Manha, who he successfully sued after the Portuguese newspaper printed details of his private life.Lyon, France | AFP | Cristiano Ronaldo threw a reporter’s microphone in a lake on Wednesday after objecting to being approached hours before Portugal’s crunch Euro 2016 match against Hungary.Ronaldo, 31, has endured a frustrating time in France, hitting the post with his second-half penalty attempt in Saturday’s goal-less draw with Austria.He also drew criticism after slamming Iceland for their “small mentality” after the minnows held Portugal to a 1-1 draw in their opening match.But the Real Madrid superstar was in no mood to talk when a reporter from the TV station of Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha approached him during a morning team walk at a lake in Lyon, just hours before kick-off. ¡Se enojó! Cristiano Ronaldo lanza al agua micrófono de un periodista #Videohttps://t.co/YKvaPDveAE pic.twitter.com/277ArRc3fz— Letra Roja (@LetraRojaMx) June 22, 2016 Video of the incident shows the reporter asking: “Ronaldo, ready for the game today?”But without a word or glance at the journalist, Ronaldo took his microphone and threw it in the lake, then carried on with the team stroll.There is a history of bad blood between Ronaldo and Correio da Manha, who he successfully sued after the Portuguese newspaper printed details of his private life.The Portugal captain appears to be feeling the pressure with his team needing at least a point at the Stade de Lyon to reach the last 16 in their final Group F match.Having become Portugal’s record caps holder last Saturday against Austria, when he made his 128th appearance, Ronaldo is set to make more history.If he scores, he will become the first player to do so at four consecutive Euro tournaments.He will also become the player to have played the most matches at a European Championship finals with 17 appearances.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

first_imgA California man who is on the autism spectrum has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for cyberstalking families of MSD school shooting victims in Parkland, Florida. 22-year-old Brandon Fleury of Santa Ana was convicted of three counts of cyberstalking and one count of transmitting a kidnapping threat while impersonating the actual shooting defendant Nikolaus Cruz and serial killer Ted Bundy.U.S. District Judge Rodolfo Ruiz imposed the 66-month sentence on 22-year-old Brandon Fleury of Santa Ana, California, rejecting a request by prosecutors for the maximum 20-year sentence.Trial evidence showed that between December 2018 and January 2019, Fleury used several Instagram accounts to threaten and harass families of victims of the Valentine’s Day 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which left 17 dead and 17 wounded.In some messages, he claimed kinship with and even impersonated shooting defendant Nikolas Cruz. In others, he invoked the names of infamous serial killers such as Ted Bundy.“I killed your loved ones hahaha,” one message said. “Did you like my Valentines gift? I killed your friends,” said another.One of his user names was “nikolas.cruz.killed.your.sister,” court records show. One message from that account said this:“Hahaha she had her whole life ahead of her and I STOLE IT FROM HER,” according to court documents.“The victims lived in constant fear that the individual bombarding them” with the messages would follow in Cruz’s footsteps, Assistant U.S. Attorney Ajay Alexander said in court papers. “The victims deserve justice. They deserve to live in peace and with the belief that they are safe and secure.”On Fleury’s electronic devices, authorities also found thousands of saved images of Bundy, images of the targeted victims and screenshots of the messages that he had sent the victims. Meanwhile, Cruz faces the death penalty if convicted of the 17 killings in the Parkland shooting.last_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement h42NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsevWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ec0a3v( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 5ng6oo0Would you ever consider trying this?😱90snCan your students do this? 🌚j2qRoller skating! Powered by Firework Pugilist Manish Kaushik (63kg) became the ninth Indian boxer to qualify for Tokyo Olympics after beating Harrison Garside of Australia 4-1 in a box-off bout at the Asian/Oceanian Olympic Qualifiers in Amman on Wednesday. This victory also ensured India their highest-ever haul of Olympic quotas in a single event, surpassing the previous record of eight which was at the 2012 London Olympics.Advertisement Picture Credit: AFPFollowing a setback in the quarter-finals, Kaushik was given another chance to secure his place in this summer’s Olympics and the army-man didn’t disappoint his country this time. In a brutal bout which was a repeat of the 2018 Commonwealth Games final, the 24-year-old suffered a nasty blow on his ribs; but went on to beat his opponent (who also endured a bloodied face) by a margin of 4-1 through some fantastic moves.“It was my dream to play at the Olympics and today it has finally come true for me and my family. My coaches have made a huge contribution in this,” the Haryanvi boxer said after the match.Advertisement Meanwhile, Ajay Singh, the President of the Boxing Federation of India also expressed his delight with India’s performance saying, “It is a moment of pride for Indian Boxing. For the first time ever, 9 Indian pugilists have qualified for the Olympics and that too at the first qualifying event. We still have the World Qualifiers in May and I am confident that India will qualify in all 13 categories,” “Our mission is to win Olympic medals and these 9 qualifications are an indication of the potential that Indian boxers possess. Having qualified in the first qualification event will give them a big boost and will motivate them to work harder. On our part, we along with the Sports Ministry and SAI will ensure that we provide them with the best possible infrastructure and support to meet the end objective.” he added.The other 8 Indian pugilists to qualify for the quadrennial showpiece are Mary Kom (51kg), Amit Panghal (52kg), Pooja Rani (75kg), Ashish Kumar (75kg), Simranjit Kaur (60kg), Satish Kumar (+91kg), Vikas Krishan (69kg) and Lovlina Borgohain (69kg).However, the Indian boxers who failed at the Asian Qualifiers including Sachin Kumar (81kg), will get one final opportunity to represent the country at the Tokyo Games, through the World Qualifiers in May. You may also like:Boxer Amit Panghal reaches historic world number 1 spot ahead of Tokyo 2020Read why the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games could be postponed to the end of the year! Advertisementlast_img read more