6 Idris Court, Calamvale.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 agoThe property is on a 1412sq m subdividable allotment (subject to council approval).Mr Zhang said the buyer would create two new lots.“It’s really hard to find this sort of block,” he said. Check out the inside of 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.Mr Zhang would not disclose the sale price however said it was a million-dollar sale.“More and more houses in Calamvale are selling for over a million dollars. This suburb was once affordable but is becoming more expensive,” he said.“High prices push people out of the area with these sorts of sales.”The auction of the property was scheduled for Saturday. Follow Reshni Ratnam via Twitter 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.A 14-bedder in one of Brisbane’s up and coming million-dollar suburbs has been snapped up by an Asian developer prior to auction. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here The mansion at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.The property at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale went under contract last night, after being on the market for a month.Yong Real Estate – Sunnybank Hills selling agent Tom Zhang said the local developer was looking to redevelop the land, split the block and give the original home a facelift. The spacious lounge area at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale. The kitchen area at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.
Prior to the incident, Alidoreportedly started an altercation at the carnival in the town’s public plaza.This prompted Sequiza to pacify Alido but the latter stabbed him using bladedweapon. ILOILO City – A carnival manager wasstabbed at the public plaza of Maasin, Iloilo. Enrico Sequiza of Barangay San Jose,San Miguel, Iloilo sustained a stab wound on the chest, a police report showed. The suspect wasarrested and detained in the Cabatuan Police Station, facing a homicidecharge./PN Police identified the suspect as PeterAlido of Barangay Mandog, Maasin. He died while being treated at theRamon Tabiana Memorial District Hospital in Cabatuan, Iloilo, the report added.
Edna Maxine Drockelman, age 92 formerly of Lookout, IN passed away, November 29, 2019 at the Heritage House in Greensburg, IN. Maxine was born on April 18, 1927 in the community of Laughery Creek in Ripley County to John and Mary (nee: Swango) Whisman. She married Arthur Earl Drockelman on June 26, 1947 in Shelbyville, IN. Her husband proceeded her in death on April 19, 1985.Maxine was a member of Adams Lutheran Church and the Ladies Aide. She was a lifetime member of the Napoleon VFW Ladies Auxiliary as well as the Ripley County Saddle Club.Survivors include son, James (Donna) Drockelman of Osgood and daughter, Jacqueline Paul of Greensburg; 3 grandsons, Travis (Nichole) Drockelman of Batesville, Trevor Drockelman of Osgood and Joshua (Diana) Paul of Avon; and 8 great grandchildren, Matthew, Logan, Emma & Seth Drockelman, Justice & Jalen Thoman, Ellie & Parker Paul.In addition to her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by her six siblings, Lee Whisman, John Whisman, Frances Crowell, Marceal Graves, Rosetta Whisman and Angela Whisman.Visitation will be Wednesday, December 4, 2019 from 10am-12noon followed by 12:00pm funeral service all at Adams Lutheran Church in Batesville. Burial in Adams Lutheran Church Cemetery with Pastor Tamara Keen officiating.Memorials may be made to the Adams Church Cemetery Fund c/o Meyers Funeral Home. Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.com.
Students from the USC School of Social Work got together Thursday to air their grievances against their administration for abruptly changing the time and venue of their graduation ceremony, after an e-mail was accidentally sent to students by Dean Marilyn Flynn announcing the change.Tension · Gwendolyn Jones (left), Donny Hang (center) and Benjat Khani talked about the unfairness of the change in the graduation time and place. – Jennifer Schultz | Daily Trojan The ceremony has been moved from 6 p.m., Friday, May 13 at the Shrine Auditorium, to 2 p.m. in an outside tent on campus to accommodate Jewish students and faculty who wish to observe Shabbat, a weekly day of rest beginning at sundown on Fridays.Flynn’s e-mail, which was not supposed to go to students, stated that the School of Social Work did not originally “choose this option, because it is not air-conditioned, the sound is not particularly good, and it is simply less attractive from a ceremonial point of view.”When students at the School of Social Work saw the e-mail, many were outraged.“I respect Shabbat, but at the same time other religious events need to be taken into consideration as well,” said Danny Hang, a graduate student earning a dual degree from the School of Social Work and Davis School of Gerontology.Students said they are not as upset about the change in venue or time as they are about the lack of equality for all students at a secular institution.“I understand that point of view,” Flynn said, “But I would also say that in a very diverse school we have a lot of hard decisions to make. This is my decision. This is how I decided to resolve the conflict as I understood it. Not everybody will agree with that, but that’s my perception and that’s my decision.”Administrators, including Hillary Chisum, director of Special Events and Suh Chen Hsiao, director of Student Affairs, attended a graduation committee meeting yesterday to speak to students personally about the change. A subsequent meeting will be held March 1 between students and Flynn.The e-mail was simply a mistake that should not have happened, Flynn said.“I certainly understand [the anger,]” Flynn said. “I’m going to be meeting with the students on March 1 so I can certainly apologize for the abruptness of the change.”Though students are upset that their input wasn’t considered, Flynn maintains that students have been very involved in the graduation ceremony process.“We have one of the most involved student groups in the nation, and especially compared to most student groups on campus,” Flynn said. “Anybody can serve on the [graduation] committee if they want to and that committee has been planning for graduation since last year, so students have definitely been involved in that component.”Flynn encouraged students who have been especially inconvenienced to speak to her personally.“I haven’t yet sent a formal announcement to the students; I certainly will be letting them know directly about the change,” Flynn said. “If any student has been inconvenienced, they can meet with me and we can talk about it.”But students were left unsatisfied after yesterday’s one-hour meeting with school administrators.“Nothing was resolved,” said Alberto Lopez, a senior receiving his masters in social work. “No questions were answered.”Valerie Ayala, a senior receiving her master’s degree, agreed.“[Chisum] was very understanding,” Ayala said, “[The administration] did make a very unilateral decision, but it is about consistency.”Students with dual degrees are also worried because the ceremony’s time change to 2 p.m. might force them to decide which ceremony to go to. For example, the Gould School of Law is hosting its graduation ceremony at 3:30 p.m.“The original time was chosen especially so students can attend both graduations,” Hang said. “Now we have to pick which to go to.”Flynn said students will still receive an unlimited number of tickets for guests and remains confident that the tent will adequately house the ceremony.“I think we’ll have a good graduation experience,” she said.