Buyers snapping up townhomes designed by renowned architect

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first_imgThese “Mainwaring Collection” townhomes are in the heart of Stockland’s award winning Sunshine Coast community.NATIONALLY renowned architect behind the Queen Street Mall refurbishment and the upgraded streetscapes in Noosa Junction and Noosaville has now left his mark on townhomes in Brightwater on the Sunshine Coast.John Mainwaring of JMA Architects, originally based on the Sunshine Coast, has designed two-level townhomes for developer Stockland’s booming Brightwater estate in Mountain Creek.Mr Mainwaring’s philosophy is that architecture should be more about space, air and lightness and he has well and truly brought that to the “Mainwaring Collection”.With the first release of townhomes sold out and only a handful left in the second release, Stockland development manager Matt Patullo said it was time to register your interest in the third release or risk missing out. “Mainwaring Collection” townhomes in Brightwater estate.“We have a number of buyers who missed out on their preferred homes in earlier releases, so I would encourage anyone interested in the Essen townhomes to register now,’’ Mr Patullo said. 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 investor8 hours agoMr Patullo said he was overwhelmed by the response to the Mainwaring Collection townhomes which represented Stockland’s first foray into medium density projects on the Sunshine Coast.“These townhomes are ideal for buyers who want a low maintenance lifestyle with everything at their fingertips and they come full of quality inclusions and smart design features not typically seen in townhome developments,” Mr Patullo said. “This is why the Mainwaring Collection is appealing to a broad range of buyers, especially downsizers, couples, mature families and even investors.”The two-three and four-bedroom Essen townhomes will be priced from $409,000, with residents given access to Brightwater’s community benefits such as a 12ha lake, parks, kilometres of walking and cycling trails and the Brightwater State School and market place.Mr Patullo said Brightwater was in a perfect location on the coast with the patrolled Kawana beach only minutes away and easy access to major employment generators such as the new health precinct and future town centre at Oceanside. “Mainwaring Collection” townhomes in Brightwater estate.Construction is underway on the Lux and Aquiv townhomes, with Stockland appointing local contractor RCQ Construction to build the two-storey designer homes.RCQ Construction general manager Gavin Wuiske said the company was excited to be teaming up with Stockland for the project and he hoped to maintain a long-term relationship with the developer.“Construction of Lux is on schedule for completion in June and we expect Aquiv will be completed in August,” Mr Wuiske said.“Together the Lux and Aquiv projects will see almost $9 million of investment in the local economy. The resulting economic benefit of developments such as this and the flow-on effect they have on the local community cannot be underestimated.”The debut of the Mainwaring Collection comes hot on the heels of Stockland unveiling the final home sites at the 1500-home Brightwater, which was recently named the state’s best masterplanned development at the 2016 UDIA QLD awards.last_img read more


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first_imgDylan Burke was the hero of the day as his extra time goal gave Nenagh AFC a 3-2 win. Nenagh took the lead through a Jake Morris penalty in the first half and maintained that lead at half-time.Wilton struck back early in the second half to level the score before Barry Coffey restored Nenagh’s lead.The Cork outfit brought it back to 2-2 with about 15 minutes of normal time left.last_img


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first_imgShare Share ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Real Betis selects Betway as its official shirt sponsor August 10, 2020 Submit Industry platform provider Digitain has strengthened its senior management team confirming the appointment of Martin Clarke as its new Director of Product Management.Clarke has been selected to oversee Digitain’s product development strategy for both its sportsbook and casino platforms.The executive will lead product oversight for Digitain’s international operator network, which services over 70 platform partners utilising AI-driven capabilities to cover over 65 sports, offering a truly localised proposition to its partners.Commenting on his new position, Clarke said: “Digitain is a renowned market-leader with a widely acclaimed offering, and I’m immensely proud to become the company’s Director of Product Management.“The team and I look forward to building on Digitain’s remarkable achievements to date, as we continue to drive innovation, quality and technological advancement.”Prior to joining Digitain, Clarke has held a number of senior product roles at Betway, Betsson Group and Flutter Entertainment, where he led the redevelopment of Paddy Power’s sportsbook after the company’s merger with Betfair.Suren Khachatryan, Chief Commercial Officer at Digitain added: “With a wealth of experience spanning some of the industry’s most established businesses, we are thrilled to welcome Martin into the Digitain family.“His unique skills in problem-solving, technical development and exemplary leadership are unrivalled, and we have no doubt his tenure as Director of Product Management will bring tremendous success.”last_img read more


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first_imgAnd that’s assuming Verlander needs just two weeks off before he resumes throwing. Baker said the team will reevaluate the pitcher after that time. “We don’t know,” Baker said as he responded to a question about whether Verlander will pitch again this season. He added the injury was a “shock” to everyone.Astros manager Dusty Baker discusses Justin Verlander’s elbow injury: pic.twitter.com/Rmq5GiEhNW— Alyson Footer (@alysonfooter) July 26, 2020Verlander denied an earlier report by the Houston Chronicle, which cited two sources with knowledge of the situation, that he would miss the remainder of the season.The report that I’m currently missing the rest of the season is not accurate. There is a forearm strain… I’m hopeful that with some rest it will heal and I’ll be able to return soon. Thank you for all the well wishes. 🙏🏻— Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) July 26, 2020Baker said the strain occurred as Verlander pitched in the Astros’ 8-2 victory over the Mariners; the manager also said that Verlander reported he felt “fine” but also that his arm was “tender.” Verlander threw 73 pitches (48 strikes) over six innings. He underwent an MRI exam Saturday, Baker said, per the Chronicle.MORE: A’s troll Astros with cutout of mascot in trash canVerlander underwent surgery in March to repair a groin injury but was deemed healthy for summer camp.The Astros were the heavy preseason favorites to win the AL West and were expected to ride Verlander deep into the playoffs. The postseason plan is now in jeopardy, but the expanded playoff field for 2020 means Houston should still get there. For the short term, here’s what the club can do to stay on track.Justin Verlander injury: How the Astros can compensateEnsure that Lance McCullers Jr. and Zack Greinke can hold up. McCullers is coming off Tommy John surgery and Greinke displayed lower-than-normal velocity in his first start, which lasted just 3 1/3 innings. They each move up a spot in the rotation with Verlander out. Even though the season is just 60 games, Houston needs to take a longer view and keep those two ready to handle heavier loads in October.Lean on the back of the rotation to pick up the slack. The fourth and fifth starters coming into the season were Josh James and Framber Valdez. Jose Urquidy (illness) is not close to ready. James and Valdez pitched well as rookies in 2018 but regressed in 2019. If they can regularly pitch deep into games now, then the Astros might not skip a beat.  Justin Verlander’s 2020 season may be finished after one start.The Astros’ ace will be out for “a couple weeks” because of a forearm strain after pitching in Friday’s opener, manager Dusty Baker told reporters Sunday. With the shortened regular season lasting just nine more weeks through Sept. 27, a shutdown followed by rehab might leave little time for Verlander to be ready to pitch in games later in the season. Replace Verlander’s spot with openers and bullpen games. Houston put 15 pitchers on its 30-man Opening Day roster and can shuttle in other pitchers from its alternate training site. It figures to be at 13 pitchers once rosters are trimmed to 26 in late August. Byran Abreu, Cristian Javier and Brandon Bailey are among the active pitchers who could move into a “bulk” role initially. Austin Pruitt, who handled the role while pitching for the Rays, could take over after he comes off the injured list. Brad Peacock would be another candidate but he’s on the IL with shoulder soreness.Get Forrest Whitley up to speed. The fireballing prospect has been brought along slowly in camp as he makes his way back from the shoulder fatigue that helped to ruin his 2019 minor league season. He still averaged 12.97 strikeouts per nine innings last year, which shows how much of a weapon he can be if he’s right.Trade for a pitcher. This will be difficult as teams deal with roster uncertainty because of COVID-19 testing. But if a team falls out of the race early, then it might be able to spare an arm before the Aug. 31 deadline. A more likely scenario is for the Astros to sign a free agent, get him to their alternate site and then get him ready for regular work.last_img read more


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first_imgMartin County is mourning the loss of a four-year-old boy who loved policeman and police cars.Kieran Nee fatally drowned last week the local Bathtub beach.The boy’s stepfather told police he was watching him from the shoreline when he turned away for about sixty seconds, according to The Martin County Sheriff’s Office.In that brief moment, Kieran went into the water.Shortly after, his stepfather noticed Kieran face down in the water.A witness also said she saw the boy face down in about a foot of water.The stepfather, a woman on the beach and lifeguards, performed CPR before Martin County Fire Rescue crews took over and rushed Kieran to Martin Memorial Hospital North where he died.Kieran’s family lives in Jensen Beach.A GoFundMe page to help the family with funeral expenses has been set up.Kieran’s mother, according to the GoFundMe page, is a nurse.The boy “lit up any room with his beautiful eyes, bright smile and bubbly personality,” according to the GoFundMe page.last_img read more


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first_imgThe Old Guys, popping the top on the champagne celebration, includes, back row, L-R, Sachi Del-Snively, Brandon Sauer, Marley Foot, Alexi St. Jean-Duncan, Chris Rodman.Front, Tristan Martin-Preney, Matthew Fuhr, Taylor Russell, Tyler Anderson, Rick Rodman and (green shirt) keeper Keith Williams. The Old Guys looked more like the young guys in capturing the Leo’s Men’s Open City League Soccer title Saturday at the Lakeside Pitch.Thanks to the man-of-the-match goalkeeping by Keith Williams and the only goal by Marley Foot, the Old Guys topped Kootenay Co-op 1-0 to capture the playoff crown.Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to add to the celebrations with Team of the Week honours.last_img


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first_imgOSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson No rollercoaster ride for Kyrgios, more even keel at Open Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals On the mendDjokovic, who once ruled these hardcourts for six Australian Open titles, comes into this year’s event seeded 14 after an injury-chequered 2017.The Serbian former world number one has been out of action for six months, but he feels he’s on the mend.“It hasn’t been 100 percent yet healed. But right now it’s at the level where I can compete, and every day is getting better,” he said.“Throughout the tournament, I don’t know how it’s going to behave. Even if it’s 100 percent healed, after six months of no competition, you never know how you’re going to react.“I still know what I’m capable of, and I believe in my own abilities to win against the best players in the world,” he added ahead of his opening round clash against American Donald Young, also Tuesday.Nadal, who is gunning for a 17th major title but only his second Australian Open crown, is making up for lost time from a knee injury at the tail-end of the 2017 season.“Is the first time I am here without playing an official match in my career. It’s a new situation for me. But I feel good,” said the 31-year-old, who played his first Australian Open in 2004.He gets his tournament underway on Monday against Victor Estrella Burgos of the Dominican Republic.If there is to be a winner outside the top guns in Melbourne, those who look most likely are Bulgarian Dimitrov, third in the rankings behind Nadal and Federer, Germany’s Alexander Zverev and tempestuous Australian Nick Kyrgios. LATEST STORIES But while others have a troubled buildup to the year’s opening Grand Slam, Federer is enjoying an unruffled lead in to the Open and is at peace with the world.“It just seems that it’s nice that it’s never actually gone away, the fun aspect of actually enjoying the travel, coming back to Australia,” Federer said ahead of his first round clash on Tuesday against Slovenia’s Aljaz Bedene.“Yeah, it’s great times in my life and in my career that we can make it all work, that I can still play tennis.”Federer is returning to where he lit the fuse on his late-life tennis renaissance this time last year, beating Tomas Berdych, Nishikori, Mischa Zverev and Wawrinka before downing great rival Nadal in a five-set final classic.“Yeah, it was the tournament of the year for me, no doubt about it. All the five-setters, as well,” Federer said.ADVERTISEMENT Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextcenter_img Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone FILE – Switzerland’s Roger Federer celebrates after defeating Germany’s Mischa Zverev during their quarterfinal at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)Roger Federer says tennis is “definitely a lot of fun” as he embarks on an Australian Open shrouded in mystery over the fitness and mindset of his major rivals in the next fortnight.The Swiss, rated as the favourite to win his 20th Grand Slam title even at the venerable age of 36, is still in love with the game that has made him a recognisable global celebrity and fabulously rich.ADVERTISEMENT Federer is coming off an extraordinary 2017, when he won a fifth Australian Open title and a record eighth at Wimbledon, and the way things are shaping there could be yet more glory with his main threats scrambling to be ready.Five-time finalist Andy Murray and Japan’s Kei Nishikori are already out with injuries, while 12-time major champion Novak Djokovic is working his way back from elbow trouble.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkWorld number one Rafael Nadal withdrew from his first tour event of 2018, in Brisbane, with continuing knee problems, and has been trying to catch up on the court in Melbourne ahead of the Open.The 2014 winner Stan Wawrinka says his knee is holding up well after surgery but there was still pain and he is miffed that he longer has coach Magnus Norman in his player’s box. 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first_imgGardai in Inishowen are investigating an attack on one of their own patrol cars.The car was parked at Carndonagh Garda Station when it was set upon.The car had one of its tyres slashed between 7am and 8pm on November 16th last. Garda Sgt Eunan Walsh has appealed for anybody who may have witnessed anybody acting suspiciously in the area of the Garda station to contact them.He added that the attack meant the car was not available to answer emergency calls for a period of time.Garda car has tyre slashed in attack was last modified: November 19th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more


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first_imgNational Geographic News published a story about a real sea monster.  A fossil pliosaur nearly 50 feet in length, the largest marine reptile ever found, was discovered in permafrost just 800 miles from the North Pole, on the Arctic island of Spitsbergen in Norway’s Svalbard archipelago.  Scientists estimate it had such strong teeth and muscles it could have bitten a small car in half.    The article about the huge creature, with a skull nearly 7 feet long and flippers 10 feet long, includes a photo gallery.  Plesiosaurs often had long necks, but pliosaurs had massive heads and short necks.  Page 2 of the article claims that the large concentration of marine reptiles in the area, “one of the richest accumulations of marine reptiles in the world” with 40 known specimens so far, resulted when the large animals “swam in temperate seas and sank to the ocean floor after they died, where their bodies were preserved in soft mud.”    The Burgess Shale, now high in the Canadian Rockies, once hosted a rich marine biota.  For a century it has been known for the exceptional preservation of its Cambrian fossils.  A new theory reported in Live Science says that an undersea landslide was responsible for burying the animals quickly and suddenly so that even the impressions of soft parts of worms were preserved.  The Cambrian Explosion was mentioned in the article:Today, the Burgess Shale represents a frozen sliver of life from a time when Earth and its life were completely different.    “It dates from very early in the history of complex multi-cellular life,” [Jan] Zalasiewicz [U of Leicester] told LiveScience.  “For quite a while, it was the main window we had on the diversity of life at this time.  It’s very significant because one of the great enigmas about Cambrian life is that it seems to have started very suddenly.”    Life existed for 3 billion years before the Cambrian Period, but almost all of it was simple life composed of single cells.    “Then very suddenly at the beginning of the Cambrian, a whole host of life, all the major groups of animals, appeared,” Zalasiewicz said.  “That is called the Cambrian explosion.  It’s still a mystery as to how and why this great flowering of multi-cellular life took place.”A different surprise has appeared among the living.  Shrimp-like crustaceans called krill had been thought to inhabit the upper ocean.  What are they doing 3000 meters down under the Antarctic Peninsula?  Sure enough, Science Daily reported, Antarctic krill were found by a deep-diving remotely operated vehicle in the dark depths, actively feeding and spawning as if this is a perfectly normal place to call home.  “The discovery completely changes scientists’ understanding of the major food source for fish, squid, penguins, seals and whales.”Zalasiewicz said that there were no trees or higher animals when the Burgess Shale was buried by an undersea landslide.  How would he know that?  One would not expect there to be such creatures in that environment.  Separate the interpretation based on worldview from the actual observations.  The observations show that Darwinism could not be true.  The 3-billion-year dates are part of the evolutionary tale.  Just look at the fossils: all the major animal phyla appear suddenly at the beginning of the Cambrian.  “Appear” is the operative word: they were not evolving.  There were not primitive forms of these creatures in the rocks below.  Boom!  There they are, complete with eyes, complex appendages and a functioning ecology.  That is not evolution.  It’s also true of the pliosaurs, plesiosaurs, and ichthyosaurs found at Spitsbergen.  They appear in the record suddenly and fully operational.  Extinct animals were usually larger and more diverse than their counterparts today.  If this is evolution, it is going in reverse.    Kids, consider marine biology or paleontology as a career.  There are still remarkable discoveries to be made under the sea.  You don’t have to follow the Darwin script or swallow the evolutionary tales to discover amazing things and have an adventurous life.  Imagine making a living finding fossils of sea monsters.  Imagine finding new kinds of life in the depths of the sea.  Wouldn’t that be totally cool?(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more


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first_imgMaking contraception available to 200 million women who want access remains a controversial issue. (Image: DFID) International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region +254(20)2720 280 [email protected] • The fight to stop teenage pregnancy • Mama puts power in mom’s hands • Taking the risk out of giving birth • Sanitary pad project gives poor and rural girls dignity • Yvonne urges women to aim high Sulaiman PhilipOn the sidelines of the recently concluded US-Africa summit in Washington DC, American First Lady Michelle Obama met the spouses of the visiting heads of state. Obama highlighted the importance of extending to women the rights that men take for granted. She expressed the belief that famine and disease would be checked only if women – and girls – were given full access to education.“Until we value women and girls, we won’t tackle those other problems. Until we prioritise our girls and understand that they are as important and that their education is as important as the education of our sons, then we will have lots of work to do,” Obama said.Beyond education, on a continent where young girls are often kept uneducated – there are 30 million African girls without access to basic education – and rape is used as a weapon of war, access to contraception is just as important. ‘I Decide’, a campaign of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) has as its goal the universal availability of education and information about family planning, as well as access to safe abortion. IPPF wants sexual and reproductive rights to be included in the targets that will replace the Millennium Development Goals, which expire next year.The aim is to get 1 000 000 people to attach their signatures to its call to provide access to the 220 million women in the developing world who are denied contraception because of poverty or traditional beliefs about a women’s role. By 2020, the IPPF wants all women to be guaranteed the right to make decisions over their own bodies. Mama Africa sings itYvonne Chaka Chaka is one many women’s rights campaigners who have pledged support for the campaign. In a recent opinion piece she wrote: “Investing in reproductive health is a no-brainer – it benefits individuals, communities, governments, businesses and economies alike. I think it’s time that women and girls had a chance to decide for themselves. Part of the campaign is urging world leaders to put sexual and reproductive health and rights at the heart of global development.”In Dakar, the imams call it family spacing, arguing that what is good for the woman is good for society. In Uganda, HIV-positive mother of seven Sarah Arawo would like to not have any more children; but she fears her husband’s anger if she starts using any form of contraception.African women eager to prevent or space pregnancies face the nightmare of a chronic lack of female reproductive health services and taboos around sexuality. Close to half of the births in Africa are unwanted and there were almost 6 million abortions on the continent in 2012, the last year for which statistics are available. Of those, just 3% were done in medical facilities.According to the World Health Organization, one in 26 African women dies from a maternity-related cause; in Europe the number is one in 9 400. In developed countries, 62% of women use some form of contraception, while the number in Africa has hovered around 43% for the last decade. The gap between contraception use in high and low economic sectors in Africa is even more marked – 52% versus 35%. Young mothers like Edith Amos, 18, deserves the opportunity to determine their own future. Contraceptives give the world’s poorest women the power to decide if and when to have another child. (Image: DFID)  Unmet needsIn Uganda, 41% of women who want access to contraception fail to get it. The unmet need in Rwanda is 38% of women; Kenya’s is 25%. On average, African women give birth to seven children, which puts a strain on resources in countries that cannot afford them. Dr Moses Muwonge of Uganda’s Ministry of Health warned that the country would continue to fail its women if more resources – money – were not found. “Uganda’s contribution towards funding family planning is negligible. It is less than 5%. Unless donors increase funding, it might not be easy for the country to meet the unmet needs.”In 2012, Melinda Gates pledged a billion dollars towards making affordable lifesaving contraceptive health services available to 120 million women by 2020. This followed her visit to Africa where she heard stories of desperate women unable to get even the most basic contraceptives. “I heard stories of women who snuck away from their husbands to obtain birth control shots at a local clinic, only to be turned away as the clinic had run out of the product. My goal is to get [family planning and birth control] back on the global agenda,” the philanthropist told Newsweek. Pushed by the conservative religious right, the US, the largest donor of health funding to Africa, has been cutting funds to programmes that have been beneficial to women. NGOs that distribute condoms or teach sex education beyond abstinence have seen funding dry up. In 2012, there was a 48% increase in the number of abortions performed in Kenya, where the abstinence movement is active, spurred on by Roman Catholic bishops who counsel against believing in questionable statistics designed to scare them into accepting legalised abortion.While religious leaders – Christian and Muslim especially – argue against contraception, some national governments are waking up to the importance of giving women a choice. Nigeria’s population will exceed 240 million by 2050, and most of that population is likely to be poverty stricken. In a nation where the biblical edict to be fruitful and multiply is taken literally, any talk of contraception faces opposition. But President Goodluck Jonathan has come out in support of birth control because of concerns about over-population and poverty.“We are extremely religious people. It is a very sensitive thing, a difficult thing for you to tell any Nigerian to number their children because it is not expected to reject God’s gifts,” Jonathan has written. Education is powerEducating African girls has in it the power to change the continent. The 16 million young girls kept from school to be wives or cheap labour could one day be Africa’s leaders and entrepreneurs. Families too poor to educate their daughters keep tomorrow’s mothers and caregivers in a cycle of poverty that is difficult to escape. Educated girls become women who earn more, delay marriage and have fewer children. They have healthier children and are able to raise themselves and their families out of poverty. The increased number of educated African women – who have become business and political leaders – have helped to grow the economies of the continent and liberalised the political landscape.Along with educational funding for girls, Michelle Obama urged the spouses of Africa’s leaders to recognise their own power. She appealed to them to begin building their own legacies, separate from their husbands. “We have to fight for our girls, the rest will follow.”She reminded the women that their time on Earth was short; that they could give African girls the opportunities they had. To laughter she ended: “And remember, women are smarter than men.”last_img read more