Ausbuild has just launched Hampton Rise, a new prestige infill estate in Bridgeman Downs in north Brisbane.THE BASICSHAMPTON RISEDeveloper: AusbuildPrice: From $395,000. House and land also available.Location: 307 Albany Creek Road, Bridgeman DownsHampton Rise is a new estate in Bridgeman Downs with 22 lots just released in stage one ranging from 450sq m to 674sq m.PRESTIGE land in a new infill estate in Bridgeman Downs has just been launched with five lots already sold to pre-registered buyers.Hampton Rise, being developed by Ausbuild, is the company’s second estate to be launched in the north Brisbane suburb, with its sister project, Harrington, selling out stage one in six months.Ausbuild joint managing director, Matthew Bell, said despite knowing there was pent up demand for this style of development on Brisbane’s northside, they had still been pleasantly surprised by the flurry of sales.One of the new home designs on offer at Hampton Rise.“Hampton Rise is a unique opportunity to buy prestige land in an established community that is close to premium amenities, yet also bordered by natural reserves and parklands,” Mr Bell said.“The traditional larger block sizes, proximity to the new Chermside precinct and public transport make Hampton Rise an attractive choice.“Ausbuild has a reputation for sourcing the best land in the best locations and creating communities people are proud to call home.”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 agoHampton Rise estate in Bridgeman Downs.The well established suburb of Bridgeman Downs is experiencing a revival with families wanting access to parks, natural reserves and well regarded schools.The 22 lots released in stage one are sized from 450sq m to 674sq m with a starting price of $395,000.Mr Bell said Ausbuild aimed to create a suburban oasis at Hampton Rise, with the newly released two storey designs set to feature prominently throughout the estate.“We think buyers in Hampton Rise will opt for homes from our new two storey range,” Mr Bell said.“These homes are architecturally inspired and are a perfect match for a development with a lot of class.”One of the new home designs on offer at Hampton Rise.Mr Bell said Harrington, Ausbuild’s sister development also in Bridgeman Downs, had commenced civil works after strong stage one sales.“We believe Hampton Rise will follow a similar pattern of sale given how well Harrington has been received at Bridgeman Downs,” he said.“To me this shows if you build the right estate, in the right environment, it creates an appreciation of quality and a desire for people to want to be part of that community.”One of the home designs on offer at Hampton Rise.Ausbuild has been creating homes and estates for more than 30 years across South East Queensland.Search for new House & Land packages
117 Clausen St, Mt GravattInside are timber floors, VJ walls and a chandelier in the living and dining area which leads out to the deck, where there is another chandelier, as well as ceiling fans and retractable lattice screens.The kitchen has wraparound Caesarstone benchtops, a four-burner gas stove, Smeg appliances, Asko dishwasher and ample cupboard space.It is listed through Will Torres and Amir Shamsi of Torres Property, Coorparoo.A six-bedroom home at 95 The Parkway, Stretton, has a mix of classic and modern chandeliers. The home, in the Parks 888 Estate, is listed for offers over $1.6m. 117 Clausen St, Mt Gravatt.Sia wrote a song about them, the French are famous for them and they can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands.No matter what the reason, chandeliers fascinate homeowners.For those who like their rooms to have a little bling, we’ve sourced three of the latest listings where the lights of chandeliers twinkle throughout.At 28/141 Station Rd, Sunnybank, there are many chandeliers to light the way.The eight-bedroom home is being offered for sale through a tender campaign which closes on June 12. 28/141 Station Rd, Sunnybank HillsThe dual living property has luxurious features throughout and is within the Oasis Gardens community. It has 2.7m high ceilings, a grand staircase, and quality fittings including numerous chandeliers.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoIt is listed through Emily Xiong of LJ Hooker – Sunnybank Hills.A four-bedroom home at 117 Clausen St, Mt Gravatt, is so classy it even has a chandelier on the deck.The modern weatherboard home is directly opposite a park. It has been updated and sits behind a white picket fence, with established gardens. 95 The Parkway, StrettonThe entrance is described as a hotel-style foyer with solid timber doors and a classic chandelier. A central kitchen has stone bench tops, a gas cooktop and two dishwashers as well as a red chandelier. There is a media room with an overhead projector and large screen, airconditioning, blockout blinds and a powder room.The main staircase has wrought iron balustrades and is lit by an elaborate chandelier. The house is listed through Sameer Gutta of Harcourts – Calamvale.
Norwegian Epic, a cruise ship owned by the USA-based Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), allided with a pier while docking at the Port of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on February 12, 2018.The allision resulted in the sinking of two mooring points at the pier on the Caribbean Island.“Today (Feb 12), as Norwegian Epic was maneuvering into Port of San Juan, Puerto Rico with a local pilot on board and the help of two tug boats, prevailing winds caused the ship to veer towards the pier, damaging two mooring points at Pier 3 East,” a spokesperson for Norwegian Cruise Line told World Maritime News.No injuries have been reported and passengers disembarked the ship as previously scheduled.“We are working closely with local authorities to assess the damage,” the spokesperson added.The 155,873 gross ton ship was rerouted to Puerto Rico after two of its engines reportedly failed. The 4,228-passenger Norwegian Epic left the US Port of Canaveral on February 9 and was en route to the Port of Road Town, British Virgin Islands, according to the ship’s AIS data provided by VesselsValue.Norwegian Epic crashes into San Juan doc @CruiseNorwegian #EpicFail @CNN @FoxNews pic.twitter.com/YNbwOjAsrQ— TweetsWithTito (@dunard2) February 12, 2019World Maritime News Staff
French container shipping major CMA CGM has ordered ten new 15,000 TEU containerships in China – five of them to be powered by LNG. On March 25, Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group, signed two strategic agreements with Lei Fanpei, Chairman of the China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron and Chinese President Xi Jinping.CMA CGM chose to power half of these newbuilds with LNG, which allows for a significant reduction in CO2, sulphur, fine particles and nitrogen oxides emissions.The remaining five vessels will be fitted with hybrid scrubbers, allowing for the elimination of sulphur and fine particles emissions.Measuring 366 meters in length, they will be delivered from 2021 in replacement of ten other vessels and will be used on the Asia-Mediterranean lines, according to the company.The new vessels are expected to support CMA CGM’s growth and modernize the company’s fleet.Rodolphe Saadé and Lei Fanpei also signed an ambitious cooperation agreement to develop more efficient and environmentally-friendly vessels.“Through this strategic partnership with the China State Shipbuilding Corporation, we once again opt for LNG propulsion and we reinforce our efforts to develop ever more efficient and environmentally-friendly vessels,” Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the CMA CGM Group, commented on the occasion of these signatures.With this strategic partnership signed today, we will work with CSSC to develop high performance ships that are even more respectful of the environment. @Elysee @EmmanuelMacron @cmacgm— Rodolphe Saade (@RodolpheSaade) March 25, 2019“CMA CGM thereby reasserts its commitment for the protection of the environment and the energy transition of the shipping industry,” the company said.In November 2017, CMA CGM unveiled an order for nine 22,000-TEU containerships powered by LNG, becoming the first shipping company in the world to choose this energy source for vessels of this size.
OPEC, or the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, is an intergovernmental organization that was established on 14 September 1960 in Baghdad by its five founder members – Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Venezuela. “Yet we look forward with high anticipation to attend OPEC’s homecoming in the very near future”. Ihsan Abdul Jabbar Ismaael, Iraq’s Oil Minister and head of its delegation to OPEC, said in a letter to OPEC secretary general Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo that it was “genuinely disappointing not to be able to host the 60th Anniversary” following months of preparations for the historic event and emphasised that “the health and safety of all are of the utmost importance”. The festivities scheduled for OPEC’s 60th Anniversary, originally scheduled for later this month in Baghdad, Iraq, where the organization was founded, have been postponed. OPEC’sDiamond Anniversary was supposed to be held in the Al-Shaab Hall in BabAl-Muaadham, Baghdad, which was the site of OPEC’s founding in 1960. This month, apartfrom its 60th Anniversary, OPEC is also marking the 55th year sincethe Organization’s Secretariat moved to the Austrian capital of Vienna. Since its inception, its membership has grown by 11 – Qatar, Indonesia, Libya, the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Nigeria, Ecuador, Gabon, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, and Congo. After Ecuadordecided to withdraw its membership in OPEC effective 1 January 2020, Indonesia suspendingits membership on 30 November 2016, and Qatar terminating its membership on 1January 2019, the organization’s membership dropped to 13. Barkindo added: “It is very unfortunate that we are unable to mark OPEC’s Diamond Anniversary in September at the same site where the historic ‘Baghdad Conference’ was held between 10 and 14 September 1960. “It was a historic meeting in all senses that saw the common vision and wisdom of our founder members and led to the creation of a foresighted organization that grew in stature and influence to become a distinguished entity within the global energy community. Source: OPEC
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RelatedPosts Aguero could be out of action until November, Guardiola says David Silva recovers from COVID-19 Man City top players test positive for coronavirus Manchester City’s appeal against UEFA’s two-year Champions League ban has been lodged with the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The Premier League champions were given a heavy punishment by Europe’s governing body as they also fined them £25 million. City maintain they have done nothing wrong and are confident that the ban will be overturned and have now begun the process – although CAS have been unable to put a time frame on the appeal. A statement read: “The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has registered an appeal filed by Manchester City football club against the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). “The appeal is directed against the decision of the Adjudicatory Chamber of the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) dated 14 February 2020 in which Manchester City was deemed to have contravened UEFA’s Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations and sanctioned with exclusion from the next two seasons of UEFA club competitions for which the club would qualify and ordered to pay a fine of EUR 30 million. “Generally speaking, CAS appeal arbitration procedures involve an exchange of written submissions between the parties while a Panel of CAS arbitrators is being convened. Once the Panel has been formally constituted it issues procedural directions, including, inter alia, with respect to the holding of a hearing. Following the hearing, the Panel deliberates and then issues its decision in the form of an Arbitral Award. “It is not possible to indicate at this time when a final award in this matter will be issued.”Tags: Manchester CityUEFA< Court of Arbitration for Sport
Vardy is expected to start in Norfolk following his two goals against Arsenal last weekend before joining the Three Lions. He has won two caps and started last month’s 6-0 win in San Marino and Ranieri believes Hodgson needs the former Fleetwood forward in his squad as they prepare for Euro 2016. “I think strikers like him, there isn’t too many. Maybe Roy needs one striker like him,” he said. “It is about his character. He wants to arrive at a high level. “It is amazing. This is a fantastic sport for the other players and he wants to show ‘yes, he can too’. “In the end it is important what you have inside – the strength and the character – because every day is a battle. “Your opponent wants to ‘kill’ you and you want to ‘kill’ your opponent. “You can play well and sometimes you play badly but your reaction is what is important.” Vardy suffered the injury after a fall in September’s 3-2 win over Aston Villa but, ahead of Saturday’s trip to Norwich, Ranieri eased worries over the 28-year-old. He said: “He has two broken bones but the medical staff have done very well to treat it. He wants to play and doesn’t want to stop because of injury. We agree as long as he is safe, and if the referee says it is okay, then for us it is okay. “He broke it when he fell to the ground (against Villa). A lot of players want to play on when they feel good. It is not a big problem for the outfield players but for the keepers it would not be possible. “He is in great condition and deserves to go there (with England). He deserves to be in the squad but it is up to Roy (Hodgson) to choose the players. “He is very good, he is a hard worker. He presses everyone, works the channels and the space, and he is also very calm in his decision making. He has improved a lot and I am very happy with him.” Nathan Dyer has also returned to training for the Foxes after a knee injury but will not be available for the trip to Carrow Road. He missed Saturday’s 5-2 defeat to Arsenal, Leicester’s first defeat of the campaign. Ranieri added: “Now I want to see a reaction against a very good team. It’s Norwich’s first season (back) in the Premier League again and their spirit will be high.” Press Association Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has dismissed any fitness fears over Jamie Vardy linking up with England. The Barclays Premier League’s six-goal top scorer has two broken bones in his wrist and has been wearing a cast while playing for the Foxes. He has been called up for England’s final two Euro 2016 qualifiers against Estonia and Lithuania next week.
BUCKSPORT — Bucksport’s Mavis Taungatu’a took first in three events on Thursday at a home meet.Taungatu’a won the javelin (98-03), the discus throw (95-04) and the shot put (35-04.00).The Bucksport girls placed fourth of six schools with 47 points. George Stevens Academy placed second with 104 points, and Orono won with 268.As for the boys, GSA took third with 92 points, and Bucksport took sixth with eight. Orono won with 235, and Foxcroft took second with 153.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textTaungatu’a was the only Bucksport athlete to take first at the meet.The only GSA girl to win an event was Bella Cimeno in the 300-meter hurdles (50.91).The GSA boys who took first included:1,600-meter race walk: Erik Taylor-Lash (8:11.27).High jump: Cameron Gordon (5-04.00)On Saturday, both the Ellsworth boys’ and girls’ teams took fourth of six schools at a home meet.The Ellsworth boys finished with 75 points. Caribou won with 260 points, Dexter placed second with 96 and Hermon, third with 92.For the girls, Ellsworth finished with 58 points. Caribou won with 240, John Bapst placed second 109 and Hermon, third with 100.Ellsworth boys who took first included:400-meter dash: Jack Weeks (52.64).4×100-meter relay: Jason Montina, Brandon St. Germain, Jack Weeks and Tim Curts (48.76).The following Ellsworth girls took first:Shot put: Elizabeth Perry (33-11).Discus throw: Elizabeth Perry (110-07).800-meter run: Kiona Osterlin (2:37.33).4×800-meter relay: Olivia Lounder, Julia Zavaleta, Madeline Hart and Kiona Osterlin (11:30.12).Sumner also competed in a track meet on Thursday at Hampden. The girls placed six of seven schools with 10 points, and Bangor won with 212.The Sumner boys placed seventh of eight schools with two points. Bangor won with 165.
Update on the latest in sports: MLB has pushed back opening day until mid-May at the earliest because of the new coronavirus. The decision follows the federal government recommendation restricting events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks.Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred made the announcement following a conference call with executives of the 30 teams. His office issued a statement saying teams remain committed to playing as many games as possible when the season begins.VIRUS OUTBREAK-NHLPlayers can return home, self-isolateUNDATED (AP) — NHL players have been told they can return home and self-isolate there until the end of March while hockey is on hold amid the coronavirus pandemic. Associated Press — The Falcons will dramatically boost their financial flexibility by releasing three high-priced veterans — running back Devonta Freeman, cornerback Desmond Trufant and offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo.— A person with knowledge of the decision says the Vikings have placed the franchise tag on safety Anthony Harris.— Ben Watson is hanging up his cleats for the second time. The 39-year-old tight end announced his retirement in a message on Twitter on Monday, marking the end of a 15-year NFL career that included two stints in New England, as well as stops in Cleveland, New Orleans and Baltimore.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 — Free agent tackle Jack Conklin has agreed to a three-year, $42 million contract with the Browns, according to his agent. Conklin is perhaps the best tackle available on this year’s market. His agent says Conklin will get $30 million guaranteed and earn $20 million in his first year.— The Vikings have reached an agreement with punter Britton Colquitt on a three-year, $9 million contract, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.— The Falcons have acquired tight end Hayden Hurst from the Ravens. That’s according to a person familiar with the deal. Atlanta has released backup tight end Luke Stocker and offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo. The Falcons also will cut running back Devonta Freeman and cornerback Desmond Trufant.— A person with knowledge of the move said the Redskins have agreed to re-sign inside linebacker Jon Bostic to a two-year, $6.6 million deal.— A person familiar with the negotiations says defensive end Shaq Lawson has agreed to a $30 million, three-year contract with the Dolphins. The league cautioned that it will not be able to even provide guidance on the potential reopening of team practices for another 45 days, which could make May the earliest possible restart date.Players had previously been told to remain in their team’s city and await further direction.The new directive comes in the aftermath of the CDC’s recommendation the U.S. not hold gatherings of 50 or more people for the next eight weeks.VIRUS OUTBREAK-NFL DRAFTNo public events for NFL draft The fourth-year pro had 7 ½ sacks and 34 solo tackles last year.The trade was completed immediate after the 49ers announced a deal to keep defensive lineman Arik Armstead with a five-year contract worth up to $85 million. Armstead recorded 10 sacks and 18 quarterback hits last season. He’s been with the Niners since being selected 17th overall in the NFL draft.Elsewhere around the NFL:— Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins has accepted a two-year, $66 million contract extension. Cousins was entering the final season of the fully guaranteed, three-year, $84 million contract he signed as a free agent in 2018. He was scheduled to count $31 million against the salary cap, but a personal familiar with the trade tells The Associated Press the new pact will reduce by $10 million the team’s charge for 2020.— The Cardinals have picked up three-time All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins from the Texans for running back David Johnson and draft picks. That’s according to a person familiar with the trade. Hopkins has three years remaining on a five-year, $81 million deal he signed in 2017. He caught 104 passes for 1,165 yards and seven touchdowns last year. — McLaren says the team member who tested positive for coronavirus at the Australian Grand Prix “is recovering well” and that his “symptoms have gone.” The British team pulled out of the season-opening Formula One race on Thursday because of the positive test. The race was canceled on Friday. With the first four races postponed, the F1 season will not resume until May at the earliest.NFL-NEWS49ers deal Bucker, keep ArmsteadUNDATED (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers have lost one talented defensive lineman while retaining another.The Niners have shipped defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts for the No. 13 pick in this year’s draft. A person familiar with the deal said Buckner will receive a new contract worth $21 million a year from the Colts. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-MLBBaseball season won’t start until mid-May, at the earliestNEW YORK (AP) — It will be at least two more months before the Major League Baseball schedule will begin. — The Bengals used their franchise tag on A.J. Green. That gives them time to try to work out a long-term deal with the star who is one of the most accomplished receivers in franchise history and would be a vital part of breaking in a new quarterback.— The Chiefs have placed the nonexclusive franchise tag on Chris Jones, raising the possibility that the Pro Bowl defensive tackle will remain with the Super Bowl champions for at least one more season.— The Patriots have placed a franchise tag on left guard Joe Thuney.— The Giants have placed a non-exclusive franchise tag on defensive tackle Leonard Williams.— Longtime Steelers offensive lineman Ramon Foster is retiring. The 11-year veteran made the announcement on Instagram. March 16, 2020 UNDATED — Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials say they are holding off on postponing the month of May activities that conclude with the Indianapolis 500 on Memorial Day weekend.The speedway issued a statement Monday saying officials are aware the CDC’s interim guidance suggesting the postponement of events involving more than 50 people over the next eight weeks.The Indy 500 draws crowds in excess of 300,000.In other sports developments related to the coronavirus:— The women’s professional tennis tour has suspended all competition until May 2 because of the outbreak. The WTA says it is calling off clay-court tournaments in Stuttgart, Istanbul and Prague scheduled for April, adding those to a list of events previously canceled. The tour says a decision will be made “in the week ahead” about the rest of the European clay-court circuit. The next Grand Slam tournament is the French Open, which is scheduled to begin in Paris on May 24. — The leader of the IOC’s coordination commission for the Tokyo Olympics says there is no May deadline to cancel the games and he remains confident the event will go ahead despite sports coming to a virtual standstill globally amid the coronavirus outbreak. John Coates told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper: “It’s all proceeding to start on the 24th of July.” Former IOC vice president Dick Pound said in an interview with The Associated Press last month that the end of May loomed as a possible deadline for the IOC to make a call on the Tokyo Olympics.— The Penn Relays has been canceled in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The prestigious track event was scheduled for April 23-25 in Philadelphia and had been held uninterrupted since 1895. The event celebrated its 125th consecutive running last year. The University of Pennsylvania hosts the event and says it will attempt to host a substitute track meet at a later date in late May or early June.— Keeneland race track in Kentucky has canceled its spring meet because of COVID-19. The meet was scheduled for April 2-24, with the $1 million Blue Grass Stakes awarding 170 points toward the Kentucky Derby, the highlight of the opening weekend.— The Greek Olympic committee says the Olympic flame handover ceremony for the Tokyo Games will take place without spectators in an effort to contain the coronavirus outbreak. The committee canceled the remainder of the Olympic torch relay last week after crowds gathered in southern Greece to watch part of the torch relay in Sparta, where the torch was carried by actor Gerard Butler.— The Kontinental Hockey League is taking a one-week pause in its playoffs to come up with a new format and schedule for the six remaining Russian teams. Finland-based Jokerit and Kazakhstan-based Barys Nur-Sultan pulled out of the playoffs amid the oronavirus pandemic. — The Titans have tagged Derrick Henry as their franchise player, making sure they keep the NFL rushing leader around for at least this season. Henry had 1,540 yards rushing during the 2019 regular season before gaining another 377 yards in Tennessee’s first two playoff games, leading the Titans to the AFC title game.The Buccaneers have placed the franchise tag on NFL sack leader Shaquil Barrett, who would be scheduled to make just under $16 million this season. Bruce Arians stated late last season that the 27-year-old outside linebacker “ain’t going anywhere” after setting a team record with 19½ sacks in 2019. The move likely means the departure of quarterback Jameis (JAY’-mihs) Winston, who will become an unrestricted free agent if the Bucs don’t re-sign him by Wednesday.— The Cowboys have placed their exclusive franchise tag on quarterback Dak Prescott, securing his rights for an estimated $31.5 million while the sides continue working on a long-term deal. Prescott has played his entire four-year NFL career with the Cowboys and threw for over 4,900 yards, 30 touchdowns and 11 interceptions last season.— Dallas has re-signed Blake Jarwin to a three-year, $24 million package that includes $9 million guaranteed. Jarwin had 31 receptions for 365 yards and three touchdowns in 2019.— The Steelers are holding onto Bud Dupree by placing the franchise tag on the outside linebacker. Dupree could make around $16 million in 2020 if he signs the tag. Dupree collected a career-high 11 1/2 sacks in 2019. NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL will proceed with its draft but without public events next month in Las Vegas. It’s not yet clear, however, if the draft itself will be held in the city. Commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday the draft will take place April 23-25 as scheduled but under a modified format still being developed.The draft will be televised regardless of its venue or format. SPORTS-VIRUS OUTBREAKSpeedway officials take wait-and-see approach — According to a person familiar with the deal, free agent linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski has agreed to a contract with the Las Vegas Raiders.— Offensive lineman Ereck Flowers has agreed to terms on a $30 million, three-year contract with Miami. The deal was confirmed by Flowers’ agent, who said $19.95 million is guaranteed.— The Bills have announced re-signing offensive lineman Quinton Spain to a three-year contract.— The Colts have released defensive tackle Margus Hunt and will re-sign receiver Daurice Fountain.— The Cardinals have placed the transition tag on running back Kenyan Drake, which allows the team to match any offer he receives from another team during free agency.