SALES METHOD: Auction — sold under the hammer on September 14 REACTION FROM THE MARKET: Exposure to over 1.752 million potential buyers in the Courier Mail, almost 34,000 views across social media, 64 buyers inspections, a pre-auction offer of $1.05 million, seven bidders at auction.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago WHY WAS IT POPULAR: As you can see this was a one of a kind two-storey double cavity brick home from the early 1930s. It was situated on the highest point of Bayview Terrace and commanded spectacular views from the Bay of Brisbane all the way to the Western side of Brisbane. It has a 663 sqm block with a northeast aspect and an amazing street presence. FUN FACT: The son of the original owner of the property, who lived at the residence up until 1946, made contact after seeing the property feature as House of the Week on the front page of the Courier Mail property lift out. He was just six years old when he left that home but still had vivid memories of the property. He now lives in Laidley, which is 90km southwest of 17 Bayview Terrace, but he called me after seeing his original home on the front page of the paper, all the way in Laidley! THE RESULT: Sold for $1.285 million under the hammer*** MORE SOLD: The riverfront mansion that set a new auction record in Brisbane 17 Bayview Tce, Clayfield.When this period house was featured as House of the Week in the Courier Mail Realestate magazine, it got the attention of buyers and the son of its original owner, who read about its sale out west.Here, the agent answers some fast questions about the sales campaign. 17 BAYVIEW TCE CLAYFIELD*** THE PROPERTY: 17 Bayview Terrace, Clayfield THE STATS: 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car THE AGENT/AGENCY: Oliver J. Jonker, Ray White Ascot HOW LONG WAS IT ON THE MARKET: 26 days THE MARKETING CAMPAIGN: Three week print campaign in the Courier Mail Realestate magazine, which also saw it chosen as the House of the Week cover, plus marketing on realestate.com.au, social media and other advertising channels, including direct mail and database calls.
LocalNews Saturday NOT a public holiday by: – December 2, 2011 Tweet 7 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! Share Cabinet Secretary Felix Gregoire Cabinet Secretary Felix Gregoire is dismissing claims that government has set aside Saturday as a public holiday. Many Dominicans believe that the national day of mourning which will be recognized tomorrow for the official funeral of Dominica’s Goodwill Ambassador Jeff Joe is a national holiday but the Cabinet Secretary says Dominican businesses are expected to operate as normal. “Saturday December 03, 2011 has been declared a national day of mourning. That day is definitely not a national or public holiday. When we say national day of mourning we expect people to be solemn in their dealing. We expect the radio stations to play soft music such as gospel, we expect persons to be dressed in black and white. To be thinking about, in this case Jeff Joseph and his life. It is certainly not a public holiday,” he stressed.Dominica Vibes News
Even though Nick did not win the gold medal that everyone in this area hoped he would, he did carry the American banner proudly. The two athletes ahead of him were both Americans as well, and it will probably be the only event where this will happen. For a 19-year old in his first Olympics, no one can be too disappointed. I am sure with his personality he will do quite well in obtaining new and better endorsement deals which should allow him to complete again in four years. The fall that occurred this year in one of his runs should serve him well when this opportunity comes around again. Sometimes when everything goes too easy, an athlete gets too confident, doesn’t work as hard, and before he/she knows it the next set of athletes passes them by. Nick will not let this happen! Winter Olympics are not America’s strong point, so what he did accomplished is a plus for the American team–and for Southeastern Indiana! It is a shame that families have to sacrifice so much, and unless you medal, there isn’t a lot of financial help at the end of the Olympic rainbow.
Press Association Wrong Turn makes a quick reappearance after winning at Killarney last weekend in the Kilfeacle Stud ‘Portrait Gallery’ Handicap Chase. Ruby Walsh will be in the plate as Tony Martin’s charge tries to defy a penalty. Ballyreesode has a 9lb rise to contend with in the Arkenvale Ltd Handicap Hurdle, with Rolling Rocket and Marshim, as well as Sterling Stuff, primed to exploit any weakness. The latter’s trainer Robert Tyner saddles two in the Glenview And Rathberry Stud Novice Hunters Chase, with Soaring High and Bingo Bash both boasting solid credentials between the flags. However, Ibetellingyoualie and She’s Got Grit have previous experience of jumping obstacles under Rules and that could prove to be crucial. Willie Mullins and Gigginstown House Stud team up with impressive Loughnamore winner Unic De Bersy in the p2p.ie (C&G) Point-To-Point INH Flat Race. There are also a couple of point-to-point winners in the mares’ version, with Our Belief, Scamaill Liath, Fennis Moll and Teresa Lisbon possibly the pick of the bunch. Sizing Rio is the star of the show at Tipperary on Thursday as he makes his fencing debut in the Kedrah House Stud ‘Well Chosen’ Beginners Chase. Henry de Bromhead pulled his charge out of the race won by Felix Yonger at Punchestown last Saturday and has settled on what appears to be a slightly easier task here. Sizing Rio could well be completing a double for De Bromhead if he wins as the trainer also has a prime contender for the opening Healy Partners Architects Maiden Hurdle in Turica.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 14, 2014 at 12:50 am Contact Stephen: email@example.com | @Stephen_Bailey1 CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — DaJuan Coleman was unable to play in No. 2 Syracuse’s (17-0, 4-0 Atlantic Coast) 69-59 win against Boston College (5-12, 1-3) on Monday due to swelling in his left knee.Coleman, who has not started the Orange’s last five games due to a left leg contusion, did not practice Sunday and is continuing daily treatment for the injury he suffered two and a half weeks ago.“Basically just waiting for the swelling to go down,” Coleman said. “It’s getting a lot stronger, though.”Coleman has played just three minutes in those five games — garbage time at the end of Syracuse’s win over Virginia Tech last Tuesday — and appears to favor his right leg when warming up with a left knee brace before games. He was averaging nearly 15 minutes per game before the injury limited him to only six minutes against Villanova on Dec. 28.Coleman’s status is still day-to-day with the Orange’s next game against No. 23 Pittsburgh on Saturday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I’m hoping that he, this week, gets better and that we can use him,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. “That’s what I’m hoping for, but we’ll see what happens.”Coleman said he suffered the injury setting a screen in practice when a teammate banged into the side of his left knee. Since beginning treatment shortly thereafter, Coleman said the leg has gotten gradually stronger.His treatment consists of light weight lifting to warm up, then running on a treadmill in an in-ground pool to reduce strain on his leg.“That’s basically what I’m doing and just resting,” Coleman said.It’s just a matter of icing the contusion and waiting for the swelling to go down.“When he’s ready, he’ll play,” Boeheim said. Comments
Students reflect on past activism International students engage in campus politics Students differ on the proper outlets for political activism If you were to ask a college-educated person about politically active campuses in the United States, the University of Southern California might not be the first school that comes to mind. In recent years, however, USC has become a student body that is not only aware of social and political issues, but actively engaging and making an impact in their surrounding communities.Whether it’s in the immediate vicinity of Los Angeles, or even in showing solidarity to protesters on the other side of the Pacific Rim, USC has a sprawling diversity of interests, and students all over campus are leading the charge in making their surrounding communities a better place. When Yasmeen Serhan and I envisioned this supplement, we wanted to capture a snapshot of the rapid growth USC is undergoing with regard to its political activity and the extent of student involvement. Though we couldn’t include every issue, we hope to capture a glimpse of how our fellow Trojans are making a genuine impact on the world around them.Some acknowledgments: I’d like to extend a special thank you to Special Projects Editor Yasmeen Serhan, who worked tirelessly organizing and executing this supplement despite a myriad of commitments, as well as Design Director Mollie Berg, whose meticulous attention to detail and tireless work ethic resulted in the visual product you see before you. I’d also like to thank the Fall 2014 Daily Trojan Editorial Board and the Office of Student Publications for their contributions. Finally, I’d like to thank you, our readers, for your continued support and readership. We are honored to serve you.Euno Lee, Editor-in-ChiefFall 2014 Supplement Alumna Catherine Shieh advocates for political engagement Students show solidarity with Hong Kong ESA takes on campus sustainability efforts PSA shifts direction under new leadership Q&A with Dan Schnur Organizations mobilize for midterm elections
Richard Montañez’s voice boomed through the room as his intense gaze met the eyes of several dozen students. Gesturing with his hands and speaking with complete conviction, Montañez told the crowd that when he was growing up in Guasti, a small town near Ontario, California, one moment in the second grade changed his life.“At my school, everyone spoke English, and I didn’t know English,” Montañez said. “On the first day, when I pulled out my burrito for lunch, everyone stared at me — and I put it back in the bag, because I was embarrassed. I wanted to be like everyone else.”But when Montañez went home and told his mom that he didn’t want to be different, she told him something that stuck with him.“She said, ‘No, mijo, this is who you are’ — and the next day, she made me two burritos,” Montañez said.On Monday night, Montañez addressed the Latina/o Student Assembly in a talk that covered his journey at PepsiCo, from working as a janitor at a Frito-Lay plant to serving as the executive vice president of multicultural sales and community activation for PepsiCo North America. As the inventor of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, Montañez discussed his pride in his Latino heritage as well as his determination to succeed when faced with seemingly insurmountable odds.Montañez, who never completed high school and made his way through the corporate world without a college degree, stressed the importance of pursuing the education that he was never able to attain.“When I was a kid, I didn’t know how to dream — my generation weren’t dreamers,” Montañez said. “Our fathers and grandfathers weren’t dreamers, because they didn’t have time to dream — they were too busy working. The generations that came before me kicked down the door for me, but you don’t need to kick down that door, because you have the key: your education.”While working as a janitor at the Rancho Cucamonga Frito-Lay plant in the 1970s, Montañez came up with the idea of creating snack products specifically marketed toward Hispanics, a market that hadn’t been touched by an American company at that point. Taking the initiative, Montañez developed his own recipe for what would later turn into Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, and pitched his idea to the plant’s CEO.“There’s one thing you need to start a revolution: a revelation,” Montañez said. “There are so many ideas in front of us that nobody else can see. You have to be a leader and a visionary in seeing what no one else can see.”Today, Montañez teaches leadership to MBA students, delivers keynote speeches at universities around the country and has met several U.S. presidents and spoken at the United Nations. He runs two charitable foundations, Kits for Kids and Feed the Children, and gives away college scholarships to young Latinos. According to Montañez, the secret to success is to embrace what makes you unique, as well as to have confidence in taking the initiative.“I never once went looking for money,” Montañez said. “It just so happened that money found me. The first thing that I wanted was happiness, and I wanted to be respected, but you have to respect yourself first.”Ultimately, Montañez emphasized that although it’s important for students not to let their background — zip code, skin color, or education level — define them, minorities should also never forget their heritage. When asked if he had ever considered going back to school, Montañez said he had decided not to — even if lacking a degree made him ineligible for a CEO position — because it “wouldn’t be him.”“I’m proud of you being here and trying to get an education,” Montañez said. “I don’t have an education. But I’m the most brilliant uneducated person you will ever meet.”
Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse closed out the indoor regular season strong, as it racked up four individual wins at the Marc Deneault Invitational. Eunice Boateng won the women’s 60-meter dash, finishing with a time of 7.64 seconds. Aviana Goode also won the high jump with a peak height of 1.71 meters. The Orange also had two runners finish in the top-five in the women’s mile. Kelsey Potts (5:17.30) and Ryley Higgins (5:17.48) finished third and fifth, respectively. In the women’s 3000-meter dash, Emma Wilson finished third with a time of 10:12.77. On the men’s side, standout performances came in the mile and 60-meter hurdles. In the mile, Joseph Eovaldi (4:24.09) finished first, while Josh Flannery (4:25.65) placed fourth. Richard Floyd won the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 7.99 seconds, while Andrew Aguilera (8.22) finished second. In the men’s 60-meter dash, Chris Tucker (6.92) and Chuka Soronnadi (7.18) placed second and fourth, respectively. Up next for SU is a trip to Virginia Tech for the ACC Championships, as The Orange will compete from Thursday through Saturday in Blacksburg. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on February 16, 2019 at 5:43 pm Contact Alex: firstname.lastname@example.org | @alexhamer8
Throw-in at Nowlan Park is at 2pm and that’s preceded by the meeting of Kilkenny and Laois in the minors at noon.++++++++++++++++++++++++There’s also hurling in Ulster, with Championshi quarter-finals between Derry and Donegal and Armagh and Down.They both throw-in at 3.30. Wexford are all that stand between Brian Cody’s side and another provincial final.Kilkenny start with 12 of last year’s All-Ireland-winning side with Joey Holden taking the number 3 jersey.Ger Aylward is in for the injured Richie Power while John Power is replaced by Walter Walsh.
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