MoD triggers 200m sell-off

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Hope Island’s new community Anchorage comes with space for your kayak

first_imgAnchorage, Hope Island.HOPE Island’s $100 million waterfront project is proving popular with unique features and low body corporate fees. Offering 228 apartments, Anchorage Apartments is being developed by Richope Pty Ltd. Stage three of the seven-stage project has been released after the first two stages completely sold out. Anchorage, Hope Island.Mr Sheida said he had thought of everything, even a kayak storage for Anchorage residents. “A Japanese chef came to Anchorage looking for a place where he would be able to kayak and keep it in storage, we wanted to cater for little things like that,” he said. Facilities will include a gym, jetties, 6000sq m of open space and a small retail precinct with a cafe and convenience store. BCM Property Home liftout. A $100 million Anchorage Apartments, Hope Island, Gold Coast.“The demographic of people interested in Anchorage usually have fixed incomes, so we wanted to maintain body crop fees to be under $60 a week. “The other thing was that apartment living can feel a bit isolated, you don’t see your neighbours, so we have created huge gardens and a communal vegetable patch. It’s a good way to see your neighbours.” The $100 million Anchorage Apartments, Hope Island, Gold Coast.The 1.69ha site is on Sheehan Ave, just 300m from the Coomera River and the Broadwater. Developer Rick Sheida said he wanted to tap into the peaceful lifestyle at Hope Island and provide an affordable lifestyle.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“I wanted to design a project that would offer low body corporate fees and more of a community feel,” he said. Anchorage, Hope Island.Each apartment will have a double car space and all residents will have access to the communal vegetable garden. Apartments in stage three are priced from $465,000. The Queensland-based developer has delivered low-rise and mixed-use projects on the Gold Coast since 1990.last_img read more

Airport Authority Hong Kong Opts for Fugro

first_imgImage source: hkairportofficialAirport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) has awarded Fugro another significant land site investigation contract as part of the $18 billion three-runway system (3RS) project for the expansion of Hong Kong International Airport.Under the agreement, Fugro will perform geotechnical drilling and cone penetration tests on newly reclaimed land, and provide laboratory testing to acquire geotechnical data for the new passenger building and related infrastructure.The 3RS project comprises a 650-hectare land formation programme for the construction of a new runway, passenger building and related infrastructure.Upon completion of the 3RS, the airport will be able to serve an additional 30 million passengers annually.This project is the latest in a series of engagements undertaken by Fugro since 2011 on the 3RS project, providing AAHK and their engineering and construction partners with preliminary and detailed marine site investigations, geotechnical monitoring, and laboratory and environmental services.last_img read more

Players treated like ‘guinea pigs’ over coronavirus: Rooney

first_img Loading… Read Also: WBC chief: Fury won’t lose world title over doping allegation “We’re happy to play until September if the season extends to then, if that’s how it has to be. That’s our job. As long as we know we’re safe to play and it’s a safe environment for spectators, we’ll play,” Rooney said. “The next World Cup is in November and December 2022, so you could actually use this situation as an opportunity and say we’re going to finish the 2019-20 season later this year, then prepare for 2022 by having the next two seasons starting in winter.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian10 Of The Strongest Women In The WorldThe Best Cars Of All TimeTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-FlowYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime Former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney claims the British government and football authorities have treated players like “guinea pigs” during the coronavirus crisis. Wayne Rooney is unhappy with the treatment of players over the coronavirus While the rest of European football was shutting down due to the growing threat of the global pandemic, Rooney is angry it took several days for the Premier League and Football League to postpone their matches until April 3. It was only when Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive for the virus on Friday that football’s UK governing bodies called a temporary halt to the season. Rooney, currently playing for second tier Derby, felt they should have acted quicker and the former England captain said he would “never forgive” the authorities if his family fell ill as a result. “Why did we wait until Friday? Why did it take Mikel Arteta to get ill for the game in England to do the right thing?” Rooney wrote in the Sunday Times. “For players, staff and their families it has been a worrying week – one in which you felt a lack of leadership from the government and from the FA and Premier League. “After the emergency meeting, at last the right decision was made – until then it almost felt like footballers in England were being treated like guinea pigs. “I know how I feel. If any of my family get infected through me because I’ve had to play when it’s not safe, and they get seriously ill, I’d have to think hard about ever playing again. I would never forgive the authorities.” Many matches at non-league level were going ahead as scheduled in Britain this weekend and Rooney believes Prime Minister Boris Johnson “dodged” the issue by letting football make its own decision about playing on. The 34-year-old claimed money was key to the authorities’ reluctance to cancel games. “The rest of sport – tennis, Formula One, rugby, golf, football in other countries – was closing down and we were being told to carry on,” Rooney said. “I think a lot of footballers were wondering, ‘Is it something to do with money being involved in this?’” Once the virus is under control, Rooney wants a radical schedule shake-up which could see the current season being concluded as late as September, and the next two kicking off in winter-time as a result.last_img read more

Bulldogs Golfers Clawed By Golden Bears

first_imgBatesville vs Shelbyville Boys Golf at Bear Chase.Team Scoring:  Shelbyville: 161,   Batesville: 173.Individual Scoring for Batesville:  Dominique Schildknecht 45, Alec Giesting 46, Thomas Hatcher 41, Ryan Harmeyer 42, Jacob Vogelsang 45,Keegan Straub 55.Medalist: Shawn Ewing-Shelbyville (37)JV Team Scoring:  Shelbyville: 111,   Batesville: 118.Junior Varsity Scoring for Batesville:  Brandon Rose 53; Paul Ritter 65.JV Medalist: Peyton McQueen-Shelbyville (52).Submitted by Batesville Coach Ben Siefert.last_img read more

Bill to help active military could become law

first_imgINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — State Representative Randy Frye’s (R-Greensburg) bill ensuring that service members who are also employed by the state receive fair compensation and are granted time off when called to duty could soon be law.Audio Playerhttp://wrbiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/FryeMilitaryCompensation.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Under House Bill 1324, members of the Indiana National Guard or a reserve component of the United States Armed Forces would be able to take a leave of absence from their citizen, state agency jobs without being required to lose time or compensation while on active duty.The compensation would be the amount that is equal to the difference between the military member’s active duty military pay and the salary they receive from their citizen job.last_img read more

DWD to host statewide unemployment insurance webinars for Hoosiers impacted by COVID-19

first_imgStatewide— The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) will host two live webinars for Hoosiers impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The 30-minute live programs will be held at 10:30 am on Tuesday, March 24, and at 3 pm on Wednesday, March 25.The program will cover unemployment eligibility requirements, the formula and amounts determined by Indiana State Statute for benefit amounts, frequently asked questions—and how to apply for benefits. “We are taking these measures to help the public better understand the process and, most importantly, how to apply for benefits,” DWD Commissioner Fred Payne said. “During this time of uncertainty, we want to provide as much information to the public as we possibly can, and the live webinars are part of those efforts.”Important notice: The number of attendees on live will be limited to the first 500 who are online for each event. Up to 5,000 can register for each of the two. The program will be recorded and made available to all who register. Once recorded, the program will then be posted on the special landing page established by DWD that can be found here. To register, click here.last_img read more

Judy A. Graber

first_imgJudy A. Graber, age 75 of Harrison, Ohio passed away Thursday, May 14, 2020 in her home. Born February 12, 1945 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of Ernest and Louise (Powers) Young.Judy married the late Carl Joseph Graber on September 14, 1962.Judy is survived by her children Tammy Black, Michelle (Rick) Kern and Wendy (Allen) Daniels. Grandmother of Rachel (Tony) Reed, Nicole, Lindsey, Luke (Kristin) Dillenburger, Logan, Chelsie (Freddy) Sperry and Casey. Great grandmother of Dillon, Bryce, Cameron, Carter, Chase, Bryant, Ellie J, Asher and Alice. Sister of Robert Young, Donnie Young, Carol Young and Becky Bond.Judy is preceded in death by her parents Ernest and Louise Young, her husband Carl Joseph Graber, her siblings, Butch Young, Gary Young, Terry Young, Ronnie Young and Sandy HuyPrivate services will be held at the convenience of the family.last_img read more

Rodwell out to prove himself

first_img He added: “It’s a fresh start for everyone and we will all be on it. First game of next season everyone will be flying, and we will do our best to prove ourselves to the manager. I am a great believer in my ability but I’ve not had the chance to prove it. “I am back for one game after 10 games out and it’s always hard. You are never match fit and it’s hard to produce. You need a good run of games.” Rodwell has spent more than four months on the sidelines since his £12million move from Goodison Park last August, mostly because of hamstring injuries. But the twice-capped England international underlined his ability with both goals in City’s otherwise disappointing season-ending 3-2 Barclays Premier League loss to Norwich on Sunday. Rodwell’s second goal was particularly impressive, not least because he fully tested his hamstring as he sprinted onto a long ball from Yaya Toure and finished expertly. It certainly did not go unnoticed by England boss Roy Hodgson, who named him in his squad for the upcoming friendlies against Republic of Ireland and Brazil. Rodwell said: “It’s always good to end on a high – it’s been a frustrating season but on a personal note it was a good game for me. We could have done with a different result, but I am happy. “Once I am fit, I can do what I did for that second goal, and I can do it for 90 minutes. I have proven that. It’s just getting games under my belt, getting match fitness and hopefully next season I can do it a bit more.” Jack Rodwell is determined to ensure Manchester City fans see the best of him next season. Press Associationcenter_img The former Everton midfielder is hoping to make a fresh start after having his first year at the Etihad Stadium ruined by injury. He did at least finish the campaign strongly – and was unexpectedly rewarded with a place in the latest England squad – and now he wants to maintain the momentum. The 2013-14 campaign could be a crucial one for the 22-year-old as City also head into a new era under a new manager. Rodwell said: “It’s all about the future now. Obviously a new manager will come in and everyone is intrigued to see who that is going to be.” last_img read more

Massimiliano Allegri plays down Manchester United link

first_img “I have a contract running until 2017,” he told the Corriere dello Sport during his preview press conference for Friday’s game at Lazio. “I’m happy here and I’m focused on Juventus’ objectives. “They are much more important than these rumours which come from elsewhere. “In a month the transfer window will be open, so that’ll please you and you’ll be able to move on! “It’ll be a difficult match at Lazio and our mission there will be to move up another place in the table.” The Juventus head coach won the Serie A title at the end of his first season in Turin, also guiding the Bianconeri to the Champions League final where they were beaten by Barcelona. Recent reports in Italy have suggested the 48-year-old might be approached to replace Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford but Allegri insisted he is committed to Juve for at least one more campaign. Press Associationcenter_img Massimiliano Allegri has played down reports linking him to the Manchester United job.last_img read more