Shock numbers point to new property boom Buyers push to be in by Christmas The home at 17 Fraser St, Kippa-Ring, has a new kitchen and bathrooms. Picture: supplied.SITTING on a 759sq m block, this beautifully renovated home is set up for family living and entertaining with a timber deck and swimming pool in the backyard.Owner Jason Harvey said the home at 17 Fraser St, Kippa-Ring was “light, bright and airy”.“It just has such a lovely feel to it. It feels like a lovely family home,” he said. “You could really call it an entertainer’s delight and it’s very private too. And because it’s elevated, it gets a lovely breeze.” The home is light and bright. Picture: supplied. MORE NEWS: Rogue tenants force renovation Mr Harvey said the four bedroom house had undergone a complete renovation and had new plumbing, new electrics and a 6kw solar system.The home has timber floors, a fresh colour scheme and plenty of natural light. The hub of the home is an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area with stainless steel appliances and ample storage in the kitchen. There is an inground pool and outdoor entertaining area in the backyard. Picture: supplied.There are built-in wardrobes to three of the bedrooms and the two bathrooms are brand new with quality fixtures and fittings. Outside, the covered deck overlooks the backyard and inground swimming pool, which has a new chlorinator and filter.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoMr Harvey said the property would suit everyone from first homeowners to extended families.“It’s also a good investment. It has great tenants, it’s getting good returns and there is nothing left to do,” he said. Timber floors feature throughout the home. Picture: supplied.Mr Harvey said there was still potential for the new owner to put their stamp on the property with room on the big block for a second driveway, a shed, a carport for the caravan or boat, or a Bali hut by the swimming pool. The property is fully fenced and has low maintenance gardens. The home is close to local schools, shops and train station. It is also a short drive to the Redcliffe waterfront as well as Westfield North Lakes. The property is on the market through Danny Mailer and Lauren Weld of LJ Hooker Redcliffe.
Deputy Jason Lovins (left) and Sheriff Peter Cates (center) discuss school safety with the staff at the Oldenburg AcademyOldenburg, In. — Members of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department recently provided Active Shooter training for the faculty and staff of the Oldenburg Academy.School employees learned tips on how to prepare and proactively think in the event of an aggressive intruder or active shooter event. As a part of the training, staff were given real-life scenarios and were provided information on how to better respond to potential threats.“We were pleased to provide this training for the staff of the Oldenburg Academy,” said Franklin County Sheriff Peter Cates. “We look forward to the continued partnership with the school and its staff to provide a safer environment for their students as they prepare for their future.” continued Sheriff Cates.Deputies were assisted by Officers from the Oldenburg Police Department. Deputies encourage citizens to report suspicious persons, activities, or circumstances to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department at 765-647-4138.
Published on January 6, 2015 at 1:33 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Junior guard Brittney Sykes will miss the rest of the season after re-injuring her ACL in her right knee against No. 4 Notre Dame on Sunday, SU Athletics announced Tuesday afternoon.Sykes missed the first 11 games of the season recovering from a torn ACL and meniscus that she suffered on March 22 against Chattanooga in the first round of the NCAA tournament. She had been playing this season with a brace on her right knee.In just her third game back this year, Sykes mad a steal and was running toward the hoop when play stopped with 6:03 left in the first half against the Fighting Irish. She walked to the locker room on her own power with tears in her eyes, but appeared to be limping and not putting any pressure on her right leg.Sykes scored just seven points in 43 minutes this season for No. 21 Syracuse (10-4) after leading the Orange in scoring with 16.6 points per game last year.“I am confident Brittney is going to do everything she can to return to the court at 100 percent,” head coach Quentin Hillsman said in the release. “She will have the complete support of every person in this program in that process.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
THE Premier League has revealed why Dele Alli’s handball against Everton was not awarded as a penalty – claiming it was because he was “under pressure”.The game was halted for over THREE MINUTES as VAR Anthony Taylor examined the footage.2 Alli jumps up with Everton’s Yerry Mina – and the ball clearly strikes his handPL chiefs released a statement on the reasons why the spot-kick was not given despite the ball clearly hitting the Tottenham midfielder’s hand as he went up with Everton defender Yerry Mina.Taylor was criticised after initially backing ref Martin Atkinson’s decision not to give a penalty – but then stopping the game again when he was given new footage of the incident at a different angle.The result was the same decision as the penalty was not awarded in the 1-1 draw between the two struggling sides, marred by the horrific injury to the Toffees’ Portuguese midfielder Andre Gomes.Prem chiefs sought to clarify the situation on the Dele handball afterwards following huge criticism of VAR decisions this season.The statement said: “The VAR considered that both Alli and Mina were challenging for the ball in the air and Alli was under pressure from the attacker as the ball struck his hand.”In his view it was not a clear and obvious error.”Dele had given Tottenham a second-half lead.But the game was held up when Gomes was hurt after colliding with Son Hueng-min, suffering a broken ankle as his body hit the turf.Korean Son was sent off – although Spurs now look set to appeal – and the Toffees equalised through sub Cenk Tosun some seven minutes into 12 minutes of stoppage time.2Latest Tottenham newsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’It was not the first time Dele has got away with a handball.His late goal in the 1-1 draw with Watford clearly struck his hand.However, VAR awarded the goal to give Spurs a point.Mauricio Pochettino brands Son’s sending off ‘unfair’ after referee Martin Atkinson changes his mind from yellow card to red