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No neighbours and rolling hills for days — time to buy a rural retreat

first_imgThis land near Beaudesert, once earmarked for a proposed dam, is for sale.The three adjoining lifestyle blocks all front the Beaudesert-Nerang Road. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoThe properties are located about 60km from Southport and 70km from Brisbane.Ray White Rural Queensland sales agent Peter Douglas and Ray White Rural Beaudesert principal Ed Dalton have been appointed to manage the sale process.Mr Douglas said this was only the first stage of the open market sales program, with more properties to be offered to the market in future stages in the coming months.He expects the properties will attract strong interest from local buyers, with the lifestyle blocks likely to also appeal to interstate buyers. BARGAINS ‘TO BE HAD’ IN UNIT MARKET VIEWS AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE RENTAL CRISIS WORSE THAN EVER “The lifestyle blocks have really nice views, they’re just outside of Beaudesert and it’s attractive, rolling country,” Mr Douglas said.“Rather than offer the land as one large block where someone buys and splits it, (the state government is) offering it separately to give more people a chance to buy at a cheaper price point. “It’s very rare for that sort of thing to come up — especially on behalf of the government.”The properties will be open for inspections on Sundays. The auction will be held in Beaudesert at the Council Centre on Brisbane Road at 11am on June 7. This land near Beaudesert, once earmarked for a proposed dam, is for sale.NO noisy neighbours for miles and rolling hills for days … now’s your chance to buy a rural retreat a stone’s throw from the city.The Queensland government is selling about 2600ha of land originally bought to make way for a major dam, south of Brisbane, at 4071 Beaudesert-Nerang Rd, Tabragalba.The land, around Beaudesert, was bought between 1991 and 2005 for the proposed Glendower Dam, but studies found the project did not stack up financially. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The six properties to be auctioned are a combination of large agricultural holdings, residential houses and lifestyle properties.They include three blocks of vacant land, each around 50ha, a three-bedroom house on 1.2ha, a small farmhouse on 20ha with frontage to the Albert River and 193ha of prime river flats with irrigation licences, houses and sheds. last_img read more

Ibrahimovic drops cryptic post amid talks of EPL switch

first_img Promoted Content6 Best Movie Cars You Could Own But Probably Can’t AffordThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Best 1980s High Tech GadgetsWhy Do Americans Consider Him To Be The Best President?It Might Be Quentin Tarantino’s Last Movie8 Best Movies On Amazon Prime Video To Stream Right NowPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?World-Ending Scenarios: This Is How The Apocalypse May Happen Zlatan Ibrahimovic has taken to social media to  tease Leeds fans with a cryptic post amid intense speculation linking him with the Premier League club.The 38-year-old Swedish striker returned to AC Milan in January and has scored an impressive 11 times in 20 appearances across all competitions last season.But Ibrahimovic hasn’t penned an extension with Milan and is expected to leave the San Siro this summer.Leeds were linked with the former Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain star during the January transfer window.And now Ibrahimovic’s latest post on social media has caught the attention of many fans about his potential club future.The former Sweden international posted on Instagram Stories a first-person view from what appears to be a boat.And Ibrahimovic dropped a simple message accompanying his post: “Next destination.” Credit: Instagram/Zlatan Ibrahimovic Loading… Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani only admitted last month that it could be “too late” to bring Ibrahimovic to Elland Road.“Ibrahimovic will certainly be difficult,” he said.“We tried to sign him in January, but he chose to join Milan and the deal vanished.“Now I think it’s too late, the intensity of English football is different.”Ibrahimovic, who turns 39 in October, has suggested that it is unlikely he will remain in Italy for the new season. Read Also: Barca to start Messi, Suarez, Griezmann in attack against Napoli“I still have three games, still 10 days, nobody said anything to me and I don’t expect anything else,” he said last month.“There are things that we cannot control, but that seems strange to me, but we are doing great things.“We play with great confidence and we believe in what we do. I’m working, I’m fine, the team is fine and doing good things.“When I arrived we are second or third in the standings, it means it is not bad.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Two Ghanaians shortlisted for Arsenal FC/WorldRemit coaching programme

first_imgTwo Ghanaian juvenile coaches have been shortlisted among sixteen other coaches for the FUTURE STARS programme by Arsenal Football Club and WorldRemitThe coaches will be rewarded for their contributions to their communities with Arsenal youth shirts for their team.Samuel Taylor, Coach of EM Sporting Club in Accra and Alhassan Iddi Manzah, Coach at Northern Women’s Football Clubs Association in Tamale-Dalun, made the shortlist.The rest are Five from Nigeria, Four from Kenya, Two from Uganda and Two for Zimbabwe.Eight out of the 16 shortlisted coaches for the Future Stars programme are women.WorldRemit and Arsenal launched the second edition of the Future Stars programme in August to recognise the valuable contributions that grassroots youth football coaches make to their communities by teaching the children they train life skills on and off the pitch. Through the programme, WorldRemit will sponsor two winners – one male and one female – to fly to London for a personalised training session with Arsenal Football Development coaches.Entries for Future Stars closed on 4 September, and the programme received over 1,400 entries from coaches from across Africa and the Americas.A panel of judges from WorldRemit and Arsenal Football Development reviewed the applications and selected 20 semi-finalists, including 16 coaches from Africa, based on the following criteria:The commitment of the coach to improving the lives of their communityThe impact the coach has had on young people within their community The strength of the coach’s proposal to pass on their training on their return homeIn recognition of their commitment to using football to bring their communities together, the 20 semi-finalists will receive Arsenal shirts for their youth squad.What’s next for the semi-finalists?From the 20 semi-finalists, the judging panel will select eight coaches – four male and four female – as finalists. Their stories will be shared on www.FutureStars.WorldRemit.com in late October and the two winners will be chosen based on a public vote on the website.Andrew Stewart, Managing Director for Africa and the Middle East, congratulated the 16 African semi-finalists. “Our business is all about connecting communities, no matter where they are in the world. We developed Future Stars to celebrate the amazing work that football coaches do to support young people and have been so impressed by the quality and diversity of the applications this year.”Simon McManus, Head Coach at Arsenal Football Development, added,  that Arsenal is thrilled to partner with WorldRemit to recognise coaches who use the power of football to inspire and support young people across the globe.“We have one of the most successful women’s sides in the world and are committed to encouraging greater participation in the sport among women. Through this edition of Future Stars, we hope to further amplify the positive impact that female coaches have on their communities.”Coaches in the Future Stars shortlist from AfricaNigeria1. Uzoma Kingsley Akanador, Coach at Unity International Charity Organisation in Lagos.2. Ademilokun Oluwaseun David, Coach at XPR Football in Lagos.3. Chinasa Ukanda, Coach at Help The Talent Academy in Lagos.4. Towobola Grace Iyanuoluwa, Head Coach at Hostel Football Team and Assistant Coach at CityBoys Football Club in Ibadan.5. Modupe Marilyn Jiwalde Pusmut, Coach at Future Stars FC Sabon Barki in Jos. Kenya6. Feisal Abdi Hassan, Coach in Nairobi7. Beldine Lilian Achieng Odemba, Coach at Kariobangi Sharks Academy in Nairobi.8. Susan Wanjiru Njoki, Coach at Kahawa Sportive Soccer Academy in Nairobi.9. Everline Achieng Onyango, Coach at Mukuru Starlets in Nairobi.Ghana10. Samuel Taylor, Coach at EM Sporting Club, Accra11. Alhassan Iddi Manzah, Coach at Northern Women’s Football Clubs Association in Tamale-DalunUganda12. Bakit Isaac Agogo, Coach at Watoto Sports Academy in Gulu.13. Andrew Amanya, Coach at Kigezi Soccer Academy in Kabale.14. Nabisenke Joan, Coach in KampalaZimbabwe15. Titus Tongesai Sanagurai, Coach at Big Stuff Youth Soccer Academy in Harare.16. Winnet Muranganwa, Coach at Zengeza Busters Soccer Academy in Chitungwiza.last_img read more