138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.Paul and Romina Rotheram took 10 years to renovate their Jindalee home, but they enjoyed every minute of it. The kitchen area at 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee. 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.Their four-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 138 Mount Ommaney Drive was purchased with the intention of transforming the 1980s build.“It had a lovely feeling when we walked through the door and we knew it was the one,” Ms Rotheram said.“We lived in it for a little while but wanted more light in the property so we called in a designer and architect. My husband built it over a period of time but we only finished in the last 18 months as he was still working.”More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee. 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.Created to entertain large numbers, the kitchen is one of the more spectacular additions.“We designed it and it ended up in the Queensland Kitchen + Bathroom Design magazine,” Ms Rotheram said. 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.NGU Real Estate sales agent Chris Foenander said the property was an outstanding family home.“It’s been a long journey to build this masterpiece.“It’s one of Jindalee’s most impressive renovations,” Mr Foenander said.The property is on a 607sq m elevated allotment.
REPRESENTATIVES from China, Kirgizistan and Uzbekistan signed an agreement in the Uzbek capital Toshkent in June for a technical and economic feasibility study into construction of a rail link into western China. According to Uzbek Vice-Premier Rustam Junussows, the three countries also signed an accord on the management of transit traffic between China and the CIS Central Asian states.Rising to over 3000m to cross the Tyan-Shan mountains, the line would link the Uzbek city of Andizhan with the Chinese city of Kashi, which will be the terminus of the South Xinjiang Railway now under construction. The first 50 km will be in Uzbekistan, taking the line to Osh, second biggest city in Kirgizistan. The 600 km from Osh to Irkeshtam will more than double the Kirgizian rail network, before the line crosses into China for a 200 km descent to Kashi.The route is seen as offering a direct link from the Pacific Rim to the Central Asian states and parts of southern Europe. As well as transit traffic, the line is expected to capture local business; South Korea’s automotive group Daewoo already sends 500 containers a month to Andizhan for local assembly. o
Works to install the Borssele Beta export cable in the Netherlands will set TenneT back an additional € 50 million after contractors discovered unstable soil along the cable route. Namely, the cable installation contract TenneT signed with NKT and VBMS (now Boskalis Subsea) in 2016/2017 will now be worth € 210 million, instead of € 160 million. “This route survey has been executed by an expert contractor who had extensive experience in performing similar surveys. The data of these surveys did not indicate the physical conditions of the Northern slope of the Honte. When executing the Sea Cable installation these conditions were discovered and made it necessary to apply a different working method.” The two companies installed the Borssele Alpha export cables in 2019. Although a survey to investigate the soil conditions of the subsea cable route was performed in 2015, TenneT said it had not indicated these specific physical conditions of the Northern slope of the Honte. TenneT awarded Boskalis Subsea (VBMS) and NKT Cables a contract to supply and install two Borssele Alpha export cables with an option for Borssele Beta in November 2016. The option for Borssele Beta was awarded at the end of October 2017, with an additional 7-kilometre interconnector cable to be installed between the Borssele Alpha and Beta offshore substations. The reason for this is that the challenging physical conditions of the Northern slope of the Honte, part of the cable route, have been discovered during cable installation works for the Borssele Alpha platform and have now been marked as unforeseeable.
Odion Ighalo’s Deadline Day move to Manchester United is proof the club can no longer attract the world’s best strikers, according to Eidur Gudjohnsen.Advertisement Read Also: Man United Move: It is now Eagles need Ighalo, Rohr“They needed somebody in. I think he was not their number one and I would be surprised if he was their number two or three as well.“He is getting an opportunity and he will definitely get minutes and we will see if he can do it.”Hasselbaink also says United’s struggles in the transfer market are even harder to understand after they sold Romelu Lukaku last summer and loaned Alexis Sanchez both to Inter Milan.He added: “They knew that they needed a new striker for a long time. I don’t know how much money that they have but it is Manchester United.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Watford striker Ighalo eventually emerged as United’s answer on loan until the end of the season, having earlier been unsuccessful in signing Erling Braut Haaland, who opted for Borusssia Dortmund, and Bournemouth’s Joshua King.Former Chelsea forward Gudjohnsen told the Transfer Talk podcast United were always going to struggle to recruit a top calibre striker during the January window.Asked how far back United have fallen, Gudjohnsen said: “It comes back to the time of the season of this [Ighalo] transfer as well. I don’t think any of the best strikers are available.” Loading… He added: “I don’t think any of the best strikers are eager to join United anymore.”Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says Ighalo, who has played in China since January 2017, is unlikely to have even been a third choice target for United.“He must be the luckiest man! Going to China, being away from Europe nobody seeing him for two and a half years since he was at Watford and then getting a loan move at United,” he said.“Wow. That doesn’t happen!“It says how far behind United are from Liverpool, Manchester City and even Chelsea. They have got a big job ahead. A largely uneventful January transfer window ended with United in a frantic last-gasp search for a striker to bolster their attacking options in the absence of injured England international Marcus Rashford.
Donald L. Moeller, loving husband and father of 3, passed away at home on Tuesday, February 12, 2019. Donald was born in New Palestine, IN on February 1, 1934 the son of Raymond H. and Wilna Curry Moeller. He was married to Pauline Hernly on November 20, 1960 and together they raised one son, Mark, and two daughters, Marcilynn and Kathline. Donald was a 1952 graduate of New Palestine High School and continued on to receive his Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture from Purdue University in 1956. He served two years in the United States Army in Germany. He worked twenty three years as an FHA appraiser for the United States Department of Agriculture, and later as a real estate appraiser for local banks including the Ripley County Bank, the Vevay Deposit Bank, and the Napoleon State Bank. Donald was a licensed pilot, an avid reader, and a member of the Cornerstone Community Fellowship in Madison. Donald is survived by his wife Pauline; one son Mark Moeller of Fairfax, Virginia; two daughters Marcilynn Moeller (David) Keys of Carmel, and Kathline Moeller (Jose) Cruz of Columbus, Ohio; four grandchildren Jessica Keys of Fishers, Rebecca Keys of Carmel, Benjamin Keys of Carmel, and Ella Cruz of Columbus, Ohio; three sisters Ellen Stillman of Wanamaker, Connie (Charles) Stamm of Ft. Mill, South Carolina, and Ina Ray (Trevor) Jones of Bloomington. He was preceded in death by his parents. A celebration of Donald’s life will be held on Saturday, February 23rd at 11am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles and will be officiated by Dr. Scott Murphy of the Cornerstone Community Fellowship. Visitation will be from 10am until time of services. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Samaritan’s Purse or Life Choices of Madison in care of Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home.
(REUTERS) – The Kentucky Derby is the first step toward Triple Crown glory and this year’s ‘Run for the Roses’ is more wide open than it has been in years after race favourite Omaha Beach was scratched due to injury.The betting line for today’s race went through a big shake-up after Omaha Beach, who was installed as the early 4-1 favourite, was pulled from the event on Wednesday after developing a non-life-threatening breathing problem.The absence of Omaha Beach opens the door for Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, who is seeking to tie all-time trainer record for Kentucky Derby wins with six and now has the top three favourites in Game Winner, Roadster and Improbable. The top choice, at 9-2, is Game Winner, followed by Roadster and Improbable, who were both given 5-1 odds.But Baffert, who trained both American Pharoah and Justify to their Triple Crown wins in 2015 and 2018, respectively, is not getting ahead of himself going into the 1-1/2 mile race at Churchill Downs. “There are a lot of good horses in here,” said Baffert. “Unless we see something different on Derby Day, this is a nice evenly matched group of horses. I don’t see someone really popping off the screen.” Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith, who rode Justify to a Triple Crown and was supposed to be aboard Omaha Beach today, was named yesterday as a late replacement for Corey Lanerie aboard 30-1 longshot Cutting Humor.Another horse to watch will be Maximum Security (10-1) as the Jason Servis-trained bay colt enters the Kentucky undefeated in his four starts. The Kentucky Derby field was reduced to 19 horses yesterday when longshot Haikal was scratched with an abscess on left hoof. As a result, the rail will remain empty as War of Will, who had drawn the No.1 post, will now break from the second gate.There is rain in the forecast today and while it may stop by the time the horses set off at 18:46hrs ET (2246 GMT) it is most certain they will contest the race on a wet track. Wet conditions will prove beneficial to some horses, perhaps none more so than War of Will (20-1), who last November raced on a muddy track at Churchill Downs in his first start on dirt and breezed to a five-length victory.But the Mark Casse-trained colt may need all the help he can get after an unfavourable draw has the son of hot Sire War Front starting from a post that has not produced a winner since 1978.
GUYANA swept the Under-15 and U-17 classes when the 2019 Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) championships concluded in Trinidad and Tobago yesterday.At the U-15 level, Guyana cleaned house with the rest of the Caribbean, both Nicholas Verwey and Micheal Alphonso making it to the final.Their paths were contrasting as Verwey had a five-set rattle (9-11, 8-11, 11-7, 13-11, 11-6) against Cayman Islands Jace Jervis while Alphonso hammered out Barbados’ Aiden Parris (12-10, 11-8, 11-5).in the eventual final, Alphonso stood tall with an 11-9, 11-9 11-6 win over his fellow Guyanese.On the Girls end, Kristen Gomes was made to work for her win against Barbados’ Sumairaa Suleman. She went down in the first two sets 4-11, 5-11, but dug deep to produce a comeback in the final three (11-8, 11-4, 11-8) much to the pleasure of the small but vocal crowd. In her earlier semi-final, she overcame Jamaica’s Savannah Thompson 11-0, 11-6, 11-5.The result was the same at the U-17 level with an all-Guyanese game between Abosaide Cadogan and Madison Fernandes. They both were able to make it to finals pretty easy, Cadogan steering clear of the hosts’ Chloe Walcott (11-5, 11-3,11-7) while Fernandes beat Bermuda’s Abigail Brewer 12-10, 11-7, 11-6).In the final, however, it was Cadogan who won in straight sets 11-7, 13-11, 11-4.In the male final, it was all Shomari Wiltshire who held through to his form with an 11-3, 11-8, 5-11, 11-2 win over Darien Benn of Barbados.Wiltshire had the first two sets in the bag but Benn came back strong in set three. Wiltshire was able to close him off early in the fourth set for the win.In the semi-final, Wiltshire got the better of Bermuda’s Matthew Elliot 11-4, 11-2, 11-1 while Guyana’s Samuel Ince-Carvalhal was beaten by Benn 11-6, 7-11, 14-12, 11-9. Ince Carvalhal won the third-place playoff by trouncing Elliot (11-9, 11-8, 11-8). Gianni Carpenter finished seventh.Guyana had no U-19 boys with Makeda Harding finishing 7th in the Girls U-19.In the Girls U-13, Beau Fernandes finished 5th with Safirah Sumner 9th while at the Boys level, Morhyan Baksh lost a hard final to Seth Thong (11-9, 6-11, 11-5, 2-11, 13-11). Baksh’s semi-final (11-8, 11-5, 11-4) win came against St Vincent’s Jaydon Williams. Louis DaSilva also finished fourth in this category after losing to Williams in the third place game (11-8, 11-9, 2-11, 11-5)In the Girls U-11 Barbados’ Phoebe Gittens won the round-robin fixture with three points ahead of Guyana’s Tiana Gomes and Christiana Fernandes while in the Boys division Grant Fernandes finished fifth with an 11-8, 11-4, 8-11, 10-12, 11-2 win over Zeviah Abrahams.
Arsenal opted for Pepe instead of Ivorian team mate Wifried Zaha because they can pay his fee in installments The German, who is under contract until 2021, wants to stay and prove himselfArsenal are keen to find an agreement for a loan or permanent transfer for Mustafi.Another centre-back possibly heading out of the Emirates is 33-year-old Frenchman Laurent Koscielny, with talks continuing to resolve his future.Last season’s captain is training with the under-23s and facing disciplinary proceedings after refusing to travel on Arsenal’s pre-season tour to the United States.Koscielny has a year left on his contract and wants to be released on a free transfer, but Gunners boss Unai Emery saw the defender as part of his plans for the coming season and will only let him leave for a suitable fee.Koscielny does not anticipate playing for Arsenal again and negotiations with interested parties are ongoing.Arsenal Technical Director Edu met with the Stade Rennes President Olivier Letang and Koscielny’s representative Stephane Courbis in London on Monday.The club is looking to bolster in central defence before the transfer deadline on 8 August and also retain interest in Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Arsenal are hopeful of confirming the £72m club record signing of Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe from Lille later this week.The 24-year-old arrived in London yesterday for a medical before signing a five-year contract.The Gunners are also in talks with a number of clubs over the possible departure of 27-year-old defender Shkodran Mustafi.
Tags: girls lacrosseMarcellusWesthill But though Vetsch had five goals and Canny added three goals, no other Mustangs player helped them, and Westhill, with more options, fought their way in front during the second half.True, Rebecca Gilhooley had three goals and three assists, but aid came from Caroline Miller and Gianna Zerrillo, who each scored twice. Also, Reilly Geer, Grace Winkler and Kendra MacCaull earned goals, negating the nine saves from Marcellus goalie Kenai Cameron.A day earlier, neither team had much stress as Westhill went to Tully and prevailed 14-5 over the Black Knights, while Marcellus dominated Jordan-Elbridge in a 19-2 decision. Not wasting much time, Marcellus steadily built a 13-1 halftime advantage on J-E and just kept going, Katy Wangnsess leading the way with five goals as Vetsch got three goals and three assists.Canny also scored three times, adding two assists as Sarah Hutchings had two goals and one assist. Casey Conklin got a goal and two assists, with Lily Locastro, Madison Green, Maisie Moses, Madeline Caron and Elena Shaw also converting.Gabby Smart and Chelsea Curtis earned J-E’s lone goals, and Gabby Skotinski was busy in the net for the Eagles, finishing the night with 12 saves.Earlier that day, Westhill had a rare game on a natural-grass surface, but still took control against Tully late in the first half, building an 8-2 advantage on the Black Knights.And the Warriors protected that lead well, with three-goal hat tricks from four different players –Gilhooley, Winkler, Zerrillo and MacCaull. Gilhooley also had five assists, with Miller getting three assists and Winkler two assists. Franny Argentieri stopped nine of the 14 shots she faced.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story With the Westhill girls lacrosse team planted at no. 2 in the state Class D rankings and Marcellus still in the no. 6 spot, a whole lot of importance was attached to Wednesday night’s meeting besides the natural rivalry the two schools share.Knowing that they might meet each other for higher stakes later in the month, the Mustangs got the best part of the early going, but later on it was the Warriors, strong on both ends, able to take charge and pull out a 10-8 victory.As it turned out, the Mustangs were a two-player attack. Anna Vetsch and Laura Canny were responsible for every single goal during an active first half, and their work was enough to inch Marcellus in front 6-5 going to the break.
Published on November 9, 2015 at 1:38 pm Contact Sam: email@example.com | @SamBlum3 Syracuse will travel to North Carolina State on Sat., Nov 21. The game is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. and will be televised on the ACC Network.The Orange is in the middle of a six-game losing streak and will play No. 1 Clemson on Saturday in the Carrier Dome. By the time the Orange plays the Wolfpack, Syracuse could be all but eliminated from bowl contention.When the two teams played last year, the Orange gave up a second-half lead and lost 24-17 in the Dome.This will be the seventh game played at 12:30 p.m. or earlier for SU this season. It is also the fourth game scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+