Artwork – Stockland logo.Property developer Stockland is preparing to launch its latest development, a $121 million masterplanned community in Springfield.It comes six months after the developer purchased almost 30ha of residential-zoned land and 10ha of conservation area in the Greater Springfield region, one of Brisbane’s major growth corridors. The area already had pre-approval for 400 new homes.“This exciting new community presents a fantastic opportunity for buyers at all stages of life, including first home buyers and upgraders,” Stockland regional manager David Laner said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago“Springfield Station is located just 1.8km from the community and a proposed bus stop is positioned a short stroll from future homes.“With easy access to the Centenary Highway and Ipswich Motorway, this community will truly offer the best of both worlds to buyers seeking a haven that’s close to nature, shops and employment options as well as tertiary education.”The new community will feature a variety of affordable lots in natural surrounds with easy access to established schools, medical facilities, parks and public transport.It will be framed by nature conservation areas and will be within easy reach of three childcare centres, four schools, Orion Springfield Central, medical facilities, the Mater Private Hospital and sporting facilities. Mr Laner encouraged interested parties to register their interest online to receive information about the impending land release.The Sales and Information Centre is expected to open in June. Upon completion, the community will feature a 5000sq m central neighbourhood park and a dedicated open space corridor including a network of walkways.
Canada-based Bridgemans Services Group (BSG) has entered into an agreement with Adwen Offshore to provide full-service accommodation support on the Wikinger offshore wind project in the German Baltic Sea.Bridgemans’ 142-metre floatel MV Bluefort will go into service in March 2018 to accommodate workers at the project site 35km off the coast of the island of Rügen.“Bridgemans is excited for the opportunity to work with Adwen as we continue to show the versatility and efficiency of the MV Bluefort while offering an enhanced service deliverable to the market,” said BSG President, Brian Grange, said.The MV Bluefort can accommodate over 200 persons for periods of up to 5 months.The floatel underwent a refurbishment in 2016 which included the renovation of all cabins, lounge, dining and common areas, along with upgrades to all mechanical, navigational, IT and operating systems, including enhanced Internet and TV service.The vessel has also been equipped with CTV boat landing and a helicopter pad for crew transfers.Iberdrola’s 350MW Wikinger wind farm comprises 70 5MW Adwen wind turbines the last of which was installed in October 2017. Commissioning works at the site off the north-eastern coast of the island of Rügen are still underway.The MV Bluefort will be based in Europe for charters upcoming, BSG said.
Clawson supporters rally after the primary victory Tuesday night in Florida. (Image: Jay Fullenkamp)Batesville native Curt Clawson was victorious in the Republican primary election for Florida’s 19th district Tuesday.A former businessman and top executive, Clawson has earned the party nod in his first venture in the political arena. The nomination is a step closer to the U.S. House for the former Batesville Bulldog basketball star.One thing is for certain. The 1978 Batesville High School graduate has not forgotten his roots. Longtime friend and classmate Jay Fullenkamp, of Batesville, was at the election headquarters at the Hyatt Regency in Bonita Springs, Florida on Tuesday.“Biggest thing about Curt is what he has kept through life and upheld. He has made it pretty big, but it is his loyalty he has shown over the years,” Fullenkamp said via phone from the hotel.Fullenkamp and Clawson remain close friends and even appeared in front of the camera together during the filming of a campaign commercial at Batesville High School in February.During the victory celebration, Fullenkamp noted that Republican and tea party supporters were in attendance and Clawson took a few moments to answer phone calls from House Speaker John Boehner and Florida Governor Rick Scott.Clawson will get back to the campaign trail and prepare for the election against Democrat April Freeman on June 24.The special election is to replace Republican Trey Radel, who stepped down earlier this year after a drug conviction.
Michael L. Marine, 67, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, passed away Monday June 25, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio.He was born October 12, 1950 in Bath, NY, son of the late Harry Marine and Mary (Bacille) Leftwich.Michael was a member of the Local Carpenters Union.He was a member of the Aurora American Legion and the Lawrenceburg and Aurora Eagles.Michael enjoyed vegetable gardening, playing cards, golf and listening to albums. He was a Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds and Indiana Hoosiers Fan.Michael is survived by his daughter, Heather (Richard) Strasemeier of Aurora, IN; siblings, Joey (Andi) Marine of Westfield, IN. and Teresa (Brian) Stewart of Champagne, IL; grandchildren, Adam & William Strasemeier; and significant other, Cecelila Bonta.He was preceded in death by his parents and son, Michael R. Marine.Friends will be received Thursday, June 28, 2018, 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held Friday at 11:00 am at the funeral home.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana. Military graveside services will be conducted by members of local Veterans Service Organizations.Contributions may be made to the Dearborn Community Foundation Michael Marine Scholarship Fund or Dollars for Scholars. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Have you ever heard your wife say this, “not another sports talk show”? I am sure that at one time or another, especially on a weekend, you have heard these words.Recently, I saw an article that listed some of the top talk shows on cable TV. Just a few of them are: Inside the NBA, College Game Day, First-Take, Pardon the Interruption, Intentional Talk, and the Sportswriters. It would be very easy to add at least 20 more to this list because each major sport now seems to have its own TV network. ESPN alone has at least 3 channels on almost everybody’s TV package.I can watch them for about an hour but then they get boring. I probably like Pardon the Interruption best, but I am not stuck on it. If this is your “thing”, go ahead and enjoy! For me, I need a little more action.
Long-time rivals Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger renew hostilities on Saturday, with plenty at stake for their sides. Defending Barclays Premier League champions Chelsea, incredibly, head into the match in 17th, with Arsenal sitting fourth but going in on the back of a defeat in the Champions League. Here, Press Association Sport looks at five key talking points ahead of the match. WILL MOURINHO’S CULL CONTINUE? The ‘Special One’ has been unusually unpredictable so far this season, and a poor start to the campaign has put several regulars in the firing line. Under-performing quartet John Terry, Nemanja Matic, Diego Costa and Branislav Ivanovic were all benched against Maccabi Tel Aviv on Wednesday and on Saturday morning we should know whether they were rested for their own benefit or dropped for the team’s. WHERE FOR WALCOTT? The question of whether or not Theo Walcott can be a successful central striker for Arsenal has been lingering – mostly unanswered – for the best part of a decade. He returned to the number nine role against Stoke last weekend, scoring with arguably the toughest of several chances that came his way. Olivier Giroud returned at Dinamo Zagreb in midweek, but his careless sending-off – paired with Walcott’s goal from the bench – must leave Arsene Wenger tempted to throw his faith behind the England international. WILL PETR BETTER BEGOVIC? Petr Cech has already faced his old team-mates in the Community Shield, but his return to the ground he graced for so long should still be a big moment. Chelsea are hardly lacking for sub-plots at present, but the fact that Thibaut Courtois is out and they have Asmir Begovic in as understudy makes Cech’s appearance all the more tasty. CAN ARSENE END HIS STAMFORD BRIDGE BLUES? In the last three seasons, Arsenal’s cross-capital trip to Stamford Bridge has been a frustratingly fruitless one. The combined scoreline in those three matches is 10-1 in Chelsea’s favour, with the 2013/14 6-0 bulking the numbers. Whatever Arsene Wenger has been trying has clearly not worked and there is no use looking to his last success in October 2011 either – a 5-3 win coming courtesy of a hat-trick from the long departed Robin van Persie. WHAT’S EATING EDEN HAZARD? The Belgium playmaker has been the dash of magic in Chelsea’s forward line for the past couple of years, with Mourinho happily banging the drum for his ‘player of the year’ bid last term. Chelsea’s recent defensive problems have been well discussed, but Hazard’s slump has been just as important. A badly botched penalty in the 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv – and his refusal to even countenance taking the next spot-kick – suggest Hazard’s confidence is a serious issue. Press Association
THE Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTYSC) Patron’s Green Economy Trophy, which was scheduled to bowl off on Saturday July 1, has been postponed due to the weather, among other factors.However, organisers have decided to play a softball tournament, involving sixteen teams, and which will bowl off on July 15 once the weather improves.Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster stated that the tournament will be played on a knock-out basis.Teams across Berbice are invited to enter, and must submit fifteen players, a manager and a contact telephone number.The first round of matches will be played using the 10/10 format, while the third place and final will be played based on 20/20 format. National, academy or contracted played with the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) will not be allowed to participate.Teams have until Monday July 10 to enter, while the drawing for fixtures will be done on Wednesday, July 12, at the Area “H” ground, starting at 16:00hrs.The winning team will earn $500 000 and a trophy, the first runners-up $300 000 and a trophy, the second runners-up $100 000 and a trophy, while the third runners-up will be $50 000 richer. The man-of-the-final will pocket $50 000 and a trophy.Foster expressed confidence that the tournament will be a great success as softball cricket is very popular in Berbice.The Area “H” ground, and the Albion ground will be the venues for the tournament, which will be played over three weekends.The final has been set for Sunday, July 30.The longstanding Secretary/CEO also disclosed that the club will be using the tournament to promote the ‘Say No to Suicide’ message, educating Berbicians on Climate Change and the efforts towards a green economy in Guyana.Teams can contact the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, MS, on 337 4562 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Meanwhile, the club will be donating $2M worth of school bags, bicycles, and cricket balls under the Patron’s Fund on Friday, July 21 at the St Francis Training Centre at 13:00hrs. The club will also be distributing $1M worth of exercise books to schools drawn across Berbice.
ENGLAND opener Rory Burns will miss the Sri Lanka series in March after having surgery on ruptured ligaments in his left ankle.Burns, 29, sustained the injury while playing football during practice before the ongoing second Test in Cape Town.He had surgery on Monday in London and is expected to be out of action for up to four months.The Surrey captain is aiming to return to play for the beginning of the 2020 County Championship season in April.Keaton Jennings is the leading contender to replace Burns for the two-Test series against Sri Lanka starting on March 19.England have yet to decide whether to call up a replacement for Burns for the final two Tests of the current series, which South Africa lead 1-0.National selector Ed Smith is in Cape Town and will discuss the options with head coach Chris Silverwood.Burns, who top-scored for England with 84 in the first-Test defeat in Centurion, averages 33.75 in 15 Tests.England have since banned playing football during practice.Lancashire’s Jennings averages 25.19 from 17 Tests since making a century on debut in India in 2016.They opened with Burns, whe scored 233 runs at 46.60 in England’s 3-0 series win in Sri Lanka in 2018, including an unbeaten 146 in the first Test in Galle.England in Sri Lanka 2020March7-9 v SLC Board President’s XI, Katunayake (04:30 GMT)12-15 v SLC Board President’s XI, Colombo (P Sara Oval) (04:30 GMT)19-23 1st Test, Galle (04:30 GMT)27-31 2nd Test, Colombo (RPS) (04:30 GMT March 27-28, 05:30, BST March 29-31)
In another video, Kalou interrupted teammate Jordan Torunarigha’s COVID-19 test, saying it was just a joke when the doctor asked him to leave and delete the video. Ivorian international, Salomon Kalou has been suspended by his club, Hertha Berlin, for violating several directives put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19.Kalou posted a video on Instagram of him fist-bumping and shaking hands with a number of people.Salomon Kalou ending Bundesliga season in under 10 Minutes | part 1 (1080p / HD) pic.twitter.com/Tylb97Zcy3— Louis (@regionalkapital) May 4, 2020The video has since been deleted by the player. A further video shows Kalou complaining about apparent wage cuts by the club during the pandemic.In the footage, Kalou is apparently upset with the decision taken by the club and waves a piece of paper in front of the camera. With the Bundesliga putting in a number of measures to ensure the current campaign can be resumed later in May, Kalou’s actions are a major setback.The Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL) said in a statement that the former Chelsea striker’s behaviour was unacceptable.“The images of Salomon Kalou in the Hertha Berlin dressing room are absolutely unacceptable. “There can be no tolerance of this – especially given the players and clubs who are keeping to the measures because they recognise the seriousness of the situation.”The German league reported that 10 players had tested positive for coronavirus after all players in the top two divisions were tested.
Clearwater150.167590.357 Mulvane530.625770.5 Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Div. IV Click here for larger version of picture.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” It appears the Wellington boys baseball team will be named co- Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV champions without battling Clearwater. Neither Wellington nor Garden Plain-Andale will play their final regular-season league doubleheader. With Class 4A Regional competition looming next week and the persistent rainy weather, athletic officials cancelled both the Clearwater at Wellington and Andale at Mulvane game which had already been rescheduled for Wednesday afternoon after originally scheduled to be played a week ago on Thursday.So that leaves both teams perched at the top of the AV-CTL DIV at 7-1. The final league standings are as follows: Wellington710.8751150.688 Follow us on Twitter. Andale/Garden Plain710.8751150.688 Circle0600120 Wichita Collegiate260.254140.222 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down concerned citizen · 274 weeks ago Congrats Wellington boys! Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments