Georgina Terepai at herKangaroo Point home. Picture: Darren EnglandRemnants of an Indian jail used in the renovation of this charming inner-city cottage are just part of the character that will have buyers flocking to today’s auction.Look behind its leafy facade, and this cottage at 61 Rawlins St, Kangaroo Point, is exactly what savvy buyers want — a simple, entry-level investment just a stone’s throw from capital city facilities and with enough charming quirks to create effortless character.The property’s owner, Georgina Terepai, knew she was on a good thing when she bought it 16 years ago.“I was thinking anything in that particular area I knew it would boom — it’s too close to the city not to,” she said. 61 Rawlins St, Kangaroo Point.Ms Terepai said the new owners would not have any trouble finding tenants.“I had mad football lovers and they loved it because they could just walk to the Gabba every weekend when the football was on,” she said.Despite its location between Main St and Shafston Ave, it’s relatively tranquil, according to Ms Terepai.She said the home, which had solar panelling, gas heating and water tanks, would suit a wide range of buyers — from double-income couples to small families.Marketed by Place Bulimba, it will be auctioned on-site on March 11, at 9.30am. 61 Rawlins St, Kangaroo Point.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours ago“It’s taken its time, but now it’s really come to realisation.”The home’s charm is enhanced by the renovation Ms Terepai completed, creating a two-bedroom, two-bathroom property with two additional multipurpose rooms downstairs.“In the bathroom there’s a window frame from a jail in India. So it is quite a quirky house — it’s got a lot of character. It’s very colourful inside,” she said.Set on a 243sq m allotment so close to the Gabba you could almost mark a well-kicked Sherrin, the home’s easy access to the cool eateries at the ‘Paris End’ of Logan Rd in Woolloongabba mean you’ll rarely be starved of entertainment.
WESTPORT, Ind. — A Greensburg man was arrested Friday night, on charges of Child Molestation, after police say he molested a boy under the age of 14 on multiple occasions.Investigators say Marecio Palomino, 25, engaged in various forms of sexual conduct with the boy between September 2014 and December 2015 at a Westport residence.The child told investigators that Palomino told him not to tell anyone about the sexual acts, which investigators believe took place at least five times while the boy was under Palomino’s care.A warrant for Palomino’s arrest was issued last Thursday and he was arrested Friday.He could serve up to 40 years in prison under state law.
Batesville, In. — The Batesville Community School Corporation recently received more than $9,800 in grants from the Joan and John Hillenbrand VISION Fund for Innovation.Superintendent Paul Ketcham says, “We take pride in finding niches for students whether its sports, the arts or academics and support from the Joan and John Hillenbrand VISION Fund for Innovation allows us to that.”Here are the awards:$2,000 for your “World Music Clinics and Concert” grant request for Batesville Middle School and Batesville High School.$2,000 for your “Industrial Robotics and Automation” grant request for Batesville High School.$292 for your “Technology Tools for the Modern Classroom” grant request for Batesville High School.$1,000 for your “Professional Choreographer for BMS Musical” grant request for Batesville Middle School.“Continued Growth of Student Film in Batesville”. Your budget showed expenses at $1,918, but your principal indicated that Batesville High Shcool would supply $600 for the program, so we are awarding you $1,319.$2,793 for your “Osmo Educational Game System” grant request for Batesville Primary School.$400 for your “Hands-On Computer Programming Drones” grant request for Batesville High School.
RelatedPosts Bayern Munich fans undergo Super Cup coronavirus tests Vidal lands in Milan to complete move from Barca to Inter EPL: Gunners gun for West Ham scalp Liverpool have completed the signing of Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich on a “long-term contract”, thought to be four years.The 29-year-old joins in a deal reported to be worth up to £27 million, having asked to leave Bayern in search of a new challenge after helping them to win the treble last season. Liverpool will reportedly pay just £5 million up front for the Spain international, who had one year remaining on his contract at the Allianz Arena.“I think it’s an amazing feeling. I was waiting for this moment for a long time and I am very, very happy to be here,” Thiago told the club’s official website.“When the years are passing, you are trying to win as much as you can – and when you win, you want to win more. I think this club describes what I am as well; I want to achieve all of the goals, win as many trophies as possible.“It also [has] this kind of family [feeling] that I need because we [like to] have a very close relationship with the club and I think I will feel this, I will have this feeling, with this club as well.“I must adapt to the team as fast as I can in the situation and the context that we are living right now. “Everything is more compact and we started a little bit later, but still it is football and I think we have to mix all the big things up, all the good things we have. I will help the team in a defensive and offensive [way] and also in a mental aspect.“[The fans] are not more excited than I am, for sure not! It is not about saying words, it is about doing the things. I will give my heart on the field to my teammates, the club and also to the fans.”Thiago has won nine league titles in the last 10 years with Barcelona and Bayern, in addition to the Champions League in 2010-11 and 2019-20.The midfielder will wear the number six shirt at Anfield – a number previously worn by club legends such as Emlyn Hughes and Alan Hansen.Tags: Bayern MunichEnglish Premier Leagueliverpool fcNew SigningSummer Transfer WindowThiago Alcantara
State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Latest posts by admin (see all) CHESTNUT HILL, MA — The Lady Mariners swept a double header on Sunday, as they beat the Nighthawks from Newbury College 9-3 and 15-7 in a non-conference double header at Pine Manor College. Mallery Stanley (Standish, ME) earned both victories for MMA while first baseman Hannah Seamans (Athens, ME) went 5 for 8 on the day with 6 runs and 4 RBI’s.In the first game, freshman catcher Kayla Higgins (Sullivan, ME) led the MMA offensive attack with two hits and two RBI’s while smashing her second home run of the season en rout to the 9-3 victory.In the second game, Maine Maritime improved to 2-7 on the season, winning the second game of the double header 15-7 in 5 innings over Newbury. The Lady Mariners belted out 16 hits and collected 13 RBI’s in the 5 inning game that was called due to darkness.MMA will be back in action when they host Thomas College on Wednesday. The first pitch of the double header will take place at 2pm.For complete story, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. admin Bio Latest Posts
The Latest: 7 on Kansas State football team test positive It wasn’t clear how many players, coaches or others tested positive. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn remains scheduled to speak to reporters Saturday. Auburn spokesman Kirk Sampson would only confirm that the Tigers hadn’t practiced Wednesday or Thursday as scheduled.The person spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss details.Malzahn had previously said the Tigers had gone two straight weeks without a positive. He said Auburn still had four players going through protocols when the team began practice on Aug. 17.The Tigers are scheduled to open the season Sept. 26 against Kentucky.___ Corrigan said the decision to resume activities for some sports came after the school tested every team since Monday’s pause.Athletics spokesman Fred Demarest said the programs cleared to continue activities were: men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross country, volleyball, baseball, softball, gymnastics, wrestling and rifle.In addition to football, the programs still on hold are: men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s swimming and diving; men’s and women’s tennis; and men’s and women’s track and field.___A person with knowledge of the situation says Auburn’s football team has canceled its last two practices because of issues related to COVID-19 after positive tests this week. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Seven members of the Kansas State football team have tested positive for COVID-19 in the first outbreak since the Wildcats convened for summer workouts in June. The Wildcats will continue to practice for the season-opener Sept. 12 against Arkansas State.Wildcats coach Chris Klieman said this week he was wary about the first rounds of large-scale testing since students arrived on campus.“I think every institution is worried about that over the new few weeks to a month with all of the students coming back,” Klieman said. “It’s going to be difficult, there’s no question. They’re still 18-to-22-year-old college students.” ___The Atlantic Coast Conference has enhanced its medical protocols for athletes during the season, including testing players for COVID-19 three times a week. Associated Press The league announced its updated practices from its Medical Advisory Group on Friday and it pertains to football, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball. The guidelines call for testing three times a week of the team’s opening competition. In football, one of the tests will be administered the day before the game and the next within 48 hours of its conclusion. The ACC said the test done before the game will be done by a third party, chosen by the league office. Any athlete who tests positive for coronavirus will also cardiac tests.The league says it has also tightened its protocols for sideline and team auxiliary-area access to allow only those essential to the teams. ___ The school, he adds, also continues to consider additional financial cuts.___North Carolina State has allowed 12 programs to resume workouts after the school paused all athletics activities earlier this week, but football remains on hold for now.In a statement Friday, athletics director Boo Corrigan said the school plans for another round of testing for the football program and will make a decision on next steps with “additional information available to us.”The school has had to postpone its Sept. 12 game against Virginia Tech for two weeks because of a cluster of cases among Wolfpack athletes. Tickets are only available to club members older than 12 and will be issued after a draw. Tickets will be personalized “in order to ensure legally-required tracking of visitors.”Those attending will need to wear a mask until reaching their allocated seat and they will need to put it on again when leaving.The game will take place 100 years after then-German champion Nuremberg played Union in the first match at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei in Köpenick on Aug. 7, 1920.___An upcoming Formula One race in Italy could be open to 3,000 fans. August 28, 2020 Tuscany region president Enrico Rossi says local health authorities have approved limited spectators for the Tuscan Grand Prix on Sept. 13.Rossi tells the Gazzetta dello Sport “the circuit contains three big tribunes that are well spaced apart so the limit of 1,000 people per the national rules on public events can reasonably be considered as the capacity limit for each tribune.”Official government approval is expected by Saturday.Fans will have their temperature taken upon arrival and be asked to observe social distancing procedures and wear masks if it is approved.The only spectators at the Italian GP in Monza a week earlier will be 250 specially invited health workers. U.S. Open qualifying was canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.___The International Judo Federation says it is restarting events which should feed into qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics.International judo events started to be affected by the coronavirus in February when Chinese teams withdrew from competing in Europe. Cancellations began in March.The governing body says World Judo Tour events will be organized in Budapest, Hungary, in late-October and Tokyo in December. The IJF says the events “aim to offer qualification points for the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games.”Some continental-level competitions are also planned later in 2020.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The club says it will perform another round of virus tests on Saturday before deciding whether or not to go forward with training.Serie A is scheduled to start Sept. 19.___Union Berlin plans to celebrate its stadium’s 100th birthday by playing in front of supporters for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic broke.The Bundesliga club says it will host Nuremberg in a pre-season friendly on Sept. 5 and that up to 5,000 people can attend. Hygiene measures will apply. Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt has canceled practice for the Volunteers after what he called “a few more positive tests.”The Volunteers were scheduled to practice Friday. Pruitt had adjusted the schedule for Saturday to allow his players to take part in an on-campus march against racism. Pruitt says he decided to cancel Friday’s practice with everyone tested again to see where the team is at and that their top priority is protecting everyone with the program.Pruitt noted Tennessee had been at either zero or 1 with the exception of the July Fourth holiday when he gave players eight days off. The Vols might not practice Saturday either if they don’t track down the source of the latest positive test results.The Tennessee coach says they want to make sure COVID-19 is not spreading inside their building because the Vols have had zero spread in the tracing from inside the football building.___ Athletic department employees at Indiana University will face furloughs, and reduced hours in response to the cancellation of fall sports seasons.All staff members will be required to take a two-week, unpaid furlough between Oct. 1 and June 30. Some furloughed workers will see their work hours cut in half while others will be 100% furloughed.In addition, the department’s three highest-paid employees — new athletic director Scott Dolson, men’s basketball coach Archie Miller and football coach Tom Allen — already had agreed to 10% pay cuts. The announcement comes three days after in-state rival Purdue made a similar announcement.Dolson also says the school already had instituted a departmentwide 10% budget cut that will save approximately $11.8 million this fiscal year. ___A player has tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of a women’s tennis tournament in Prague.Tournament director David Trunda says the unidentified player was isolating in her hotel room and will be re-tested. Trunda says the player didn’t meet any other participants in the tournament.All 150 players are tested on arrival and have to wait in their hotel rooms for the results.The event is for players who would have been at the U.S. Open qualifying tournament. It opens on Saturday. ___Roma has canceled its opening preseason training session as a precautionary measure after a third player tested positive for the coronavirus.Right back Bruno Peres says on Instagram he has tested positive. He adds that he’s well and has no symptoms.Roma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante and winger Carles Pérez previously tested positive.Two Roma youth team players also have COVID-19. North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham says the school will begin football and other fall sports without fans at home because of the pandemic.In an open letter to fans Friday, Cunningham says the restriction will last through September for football, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, volleyball and cross country. In addition, tailgating won’t be allowed on campus.“This decision … was the only way we could move forward with competition,” Cunningham says. “Our student-athletes want to play, and we must do so as safely as possible.Cunningham says the hope is to potentially allow some fans in October, though that would potentially come only after school officials and medical experts evaluate safety conditions. He also says school officials “remain hopeful that we will be able to safely cheer together in large groups again this season.”The school has canceled all in-person undergraduate classes in favor of online-only instruction. Coronavirus clusters appeared on campus since students returned for the fall semester.
THE Trinidadian drivers for this weekend’s 1320 Heat event at the South Dakota Circuit are here and have promised to wow the fans.During a press conference yesterday, the team, headed by Jagdeo ‘Mad Cow’ Seecharran contended that they are glad to be here and they are ready to showcase their skills.“We want to thank the GMR&SC for bringing us here and we are ready to put on a show for the Guyanese people. We want to urge you all to come out.”The team’s container arrived on Thursday evening and was cleared yesterday ahead of today’s testing and tomorrow’s race.Mad Dog’s Toyota Supra is one of the serious contenders for the upcoming drag meet. (GTCallouts/Sean Charles photo)Meanwhile, over 100 participants have already registered for the anticipated showdown.According to reports, over 75 local cars have been registered along with more than 15 local bikes.Meanwhile GMR&SC committee member, Carey Griffith, banged on the importance of safety on the track, stating, “We are asking spectators not to get too carried away and get too close to the track. Please follow the advice of the security and Police who will be there.We know alcohol will be on sale there and we are asking patrons to drink responsibly. There will be Police escorts to the city for the travelling fans after the event as well.”Tomorrow, action gets underway at 09:00hrs with free runs up to 10:00hrs before the eliminators.Admission to the venue is $2 000 for adults and $1 000 for children.
Fatawu Mohammed also struck the crossbar to hand the home team victory 3-1 in the shootout.The result ends a miserable run for Senegal in major finals, having lost Africa Cup of Nations finals in 2002 and 2019 as well as three Under-20 AFCON finals.“We played against a strong opponent who were tactically sound and have a solid defence which was difficult to beat,” said Senegal coach Seringne Saliou Dia.Casa Sports forward Youssouph Badji opened the scoring two minutes into the second half of extra time, sweeping home a strong left-footed effort, much to the delight of the home fans inside the Lat Dior stadium in Thies.But celebrations were short lived as the Black Stars equalised just two minutes later when Joseph Esso fired past Ndiaye from close range to make it 1-1 and force penalties.“Tactically we did everything right in the first half and we were able to neutralise their offensive players and that helped us a lot,” Ghana coach Maxwell Konadu told journalists after the game.The hosts began their campaign with a convincing 3-1 victory over Guinea-Bissau before edging Benin 1-0 in the quarter-finals and recording an emphatic 2-0 win against Mali in the semis.Ghana came into the tournament as defending champions after their success in 2017, also on home soil. They narrowly beat The Gambia 1-0 in their opening match before seeing off Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast on their way to a second successive final.Saturday’s plate final was also decided on penalties as Guinea beat Cape Verde after a goalless stalemate.Guinea’s Jean Mouste was named player of the tournament while Ghana’s Mumuni Shafiu finished as leading scorer.Nigeria will hosts the next edition of the biennial WAFU Cup of Nations in 2021.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Hosts Senegal finally tasted success in an international final as they won the WAFU Cup of Nations for the first time, beating Ghana on penalties.The game finished goalless after 90 minutes and 1-1 after extra time.Goalkeeper Pape Saidou Ndiaye was the hero for the Teranga Lions, saving two spot kicks from Ghana’s Justice Blay and Augustine Okrah.
Syracuse scored in the closing minutes of regulation to force overtime, but fell to Maryland 2-1 Sunday in the second round of the NCAA tournament.The loss marks the third straight season in which the Orange’s national title hopes ended in the national quarterfinals.‘It was a really hard fought game, and it’s a shame that Syracuse came out on the short end of the stick,’ SU head coach Ange Bradley said in an email to The Daily Orange. No. 3 Syracuse (19-4, 5-1 Big East) pulled away late to beat Richmond (16-7, 5-1 Atlantic-10) 2-0 in Saturday’s opening-round matchup, but couldn’t get past the No. 4 Terrapins in front of 295 on Sunday in College Park, Md. The Orange put up a commendable fight, but fell short, failing to reach the final four for the third consecutive season.After UMD freshman forward Katie Gerzabek put the Terrapins on the board in the 56th minute, SU junior forward Kelsey Millman tallied her 19th goal of the season to tie the game 1-1.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMillman cleaned up Heather Susek’s miss, beating goalkeeper Melissa Vassalotti for the equalizer in the 63rd minute.After regulation expired with neither team able to pocket a second score, the teams began a 15-minute, sudden death overtime period.With just 1:34 left in the period, the Terrapins earned a penalty corner — their seventh of the game. Gerzabek swung the ball in to junior defender Harriet Tibble, who took it herself, sending a shot through a crowded shooting circle and past junior goalkeeper Leann Stiver to bring the Orange’s tournament run to a screeching halt.For Syracuse’s four seniors, including Susek, the defeat ended their collegiate careers. Bradley was disheartened by the result of Sunday’s game, but appreciated all the hard work and dedication the upperclassmen put in. ‘I am proud of my kids, and I would like to thank our seniors for leading us to this level of play,’ Bradley said. ‘I appreciate everything they have done for Syracuse.’firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Published on November 13, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Stephen: email@example.com | @Stephen_Bailey1
And later this evening the all-weather track in Dundalk will host seven races – the first off at 5.35. The 2014 Champion hurdle winner has suffered an injury.There’s action today at Down Patrick and in Dundalk.There’s a seven-race card at Down Patrick, which begins at 2 o’clock.