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first_img184 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills.Most of the second floor is adorned in soft carpet, including four bedrooms, two of which have built-in wardrobes and share a bathroom. Another bedroom across the hallway comes with a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. The main bedroom occupies one end of this level and has a deep walk-in wardrobe, hanging bedside lamps and VJ feature wall. Its ensuite has a double vanity and freestanding bath. This house ensures year-round comfort, thanks to ducted airconditioning with smartphone controls. 184 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoA wide hallway passes a powder room and laundry with external access, before reaching open-plan dining and living rooms with polished timber floors and down lighting. Both connect seamlessly with a wood-finished kitchen featuring a butler’s pantry, stylish cabinetry, mirrored splashback, island benchtop and Miele appliances, including dual ovens. Sliding glass doors open onto a tiled back deck with timber ceiling, dual ceiling fans and outdoor kitchen boasting a built-in oven barbecue, wet bar and generous cabinetry. It overlooks a grassy yard and glass-enclosed pool. 184 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills.Seven Hills is one of Brisbane’s most sought-after emerging suburbs, minutes from forested walking trails at Seven Hills Bushland Reserve. It is also less than 7km from the Brisbane CBD and a seven-minute drive from Westfield Carindale. Listing agent Linda Bywater called this three-storey residence a truly impressive family home in a happening locale. “A new standard of living awaits at this home, which combines architectural ingenuity with separated living and bold features,” she said. BSInspections: Today, noon-12.30pm; Tuesday, 5.30-6pm; Wednesday, noon-12.30pmAuction: On site, Sept 9, noonAgent: Linda Bywater, Place Ascot 184 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills.This new residence at 184 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills, is a spacious property with seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor living areas. Its opulent inclusions and natural materials complement a thoughtful layout that includes various areas for socialising and privacy. 184 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills.The ground-floor entry leads into a tiled foyer also accessible through a two-car garage with additional storage area. Timber stairs flow up to the first floor, where an office with a separate study nook sits beside a carpeted multipurpose room with a balcony overlooking the city.last_img read more

first_imgThis game of patience may be seen as punishment for some, but it’s a regular occurrence and seen as sport for the Wisconsin Fishing Team.The fishing team is a student-run organization that has been around since the early 1990s, and by combining both competitive and recreational aspects of the sport, the club provides an opportunity for fishermen of all skill levels to hit the water.The organization focuses on two main activities each year.First, there are the competitive bass fishing tournaments that take place five or six times a year, according to co-president Michael Dircz. These competitions are aimed at the more serious and talented fishermen, and the collegiate events pit not only schools against other schools, but teammates against their own teammates.Each team has two people in one boat, and the number of boats varies from each team. The boats are then sent into the same wake for eight hours and look to bring back their five largest fish. The fish are weighed and those with the highest weights win the majority of the payout.Even though the individual fishers win the prize money rather than the entire team, there is still a strong sense of support between teammates.“It’s great because even though it’s just that one boat that gets the money, everyone will congratulate each other if they win,” public relations chair and four-year member Hunter Cochran said.Most think of fishing as a leisure activity, and people may find the concept of competitive fishing difficult to grasp. But for a small group of people on the team, the competitive spirit comes naturally.For Cochran, her competitive nature stems from fishing with her dad, and always wanting to catch a bigger fish or the most fish. For Dircz, it’s simply about wanting to be better than those you’re competing with — as is the case with all sports.“You are always going to be comparing yourself to your own partner and the other fishers on the water,” Dircz said. “You always want to catch the most and the biggest fish.”And while the competitive nature of fishing is important for a handful of people to the club, the fishing events aren’t the only opportunities the club provides to its members.The organization also offers a variety of socials, opportunities for more recreational fishing and different guest speakers to learn more about fishing.In fact, according to Adam Knowles, three-year veteran of the club, the competitive side of the team is secondary to its social side and emphasizes community.Despite having more than 200 members signed up on their email list, the team is always looking for new participants of all skill levels to take part in the unique experience the organization provides. Anyone can join the club, regardless of their fishing experience.“We really pride ourselves in being able to take people within the student body and being able to help them along,” Knowles said. “We want to show them different ways to make use of the fishing waters that we have here in Madison.”The open and welcoming environment is what makes the club a more unique experience and makes it special, Knowles said.“I think that’s the beauty of the club, because you can be as interested as you want,” he said. “I think all of those actually gain something from being a part of the club. And that goes back to having a sense of community.”last_img read more

first_imgA 35-year-old man was on Friday hauled before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts and released on $50,000 bail after denying a forgery charge.Sewdharry Sookraj, a businessman, appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly and denied that between May 28, 2018, and May 30, 2018, at Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) at Camp Street, Georgetown, he attempted to incite Christopher Ramlagan to commit a felony, that is to say, to forge three GRA motor vehicle licence for himself, by paying him $25,000.Attorney-at-Law Trenton Lake informed the court that his client is the sole breadwinner for his family and, therefore, bail should be granted.According to the prosecution’s case, the businessman contacted the GRA employee to get three vehicles licences. The court heard that the officer informed his superiors about what he was told, which resulted with the matter being investigated and the defendant arrested.The Magistrate released Sookraj on $50,000 bail. The case will continue on October 15.last_img read more