Emmeline on Elizabeth at Rosalie.Two apartments are left for sale and include three bedrooms and 2.5 bath.A three-bedroom cottage is also available with 2.5 bathrooms and a double-storey layout. There is a patio and front veranda, with yard space and storage.Ideal for a downsizer, Mr Wheelans said the cottage would be refurbished with new wiring, a new roof and new weatherboards.The cottage will be as up to date as the apartments and have polished concrete downstairs. Upstairs will be timber flooring. The master bedroom will have an ensuite and walk-in robe. Downstairs will be open plan with the layout allowing residents to walk out onto the private courtyard.Mr Wheelans said the first apartment for sale was 150sq m internally with 26sq m balcony space, 34sq m garage area and two side-by-side car parks, plus storage.The second available apartment is 144sq m internally, with a patio, private garden and the opportunity to build a private pool of 199sq m. There is a garage to fit two cars. Emmeline on Elizabeth is named in honour of the original owner Emmeline Chowne. Emmeline was gifted the land in 1885 by her father, Thomas Forrester, before her wedding. Thomas Forrester was an esteemed member of the community, an alderman in the West Ward of Brisbane and the first mayor of the Ithaca Shire Council.Emmeline’s land was cleared but unimproved, with the home believed to be constructed before 1930. Emmeline divided her land to build mirror-image rental cottages and as the landlord, lived with her new husband to the rear of them on Baroona Rd. The history and original cottage will be retained in the Emmeline on Elizabeth development at Paddington. Inside Emmeline on Elizabeth.Unable to find an apartment in Paddington that would suit the lifestyle Mr Wheelans and his wife wanted, they chose to keep one of the premium properties at Emmeline on Elizabeth, as did co-developer Mr Fern. “We wanted to be in the area and didn’t want to move out,” Mr Wheelans said.“We loved the area and because of the parks and schools, we wanted to stay here. “The whole purpose of the development is for people who have lived in the western suburbs who don’t want to leave the area, those who wanted to stay close to their friends.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoMr Fern said the development had attracted local buyers who were downsizing. “The Rosalie and Paddington area has not seen a luxury development like this,’’ he said. “This type of development is a rarity.” Developers of Emmeline on Elizabeth, Simon Wheelans and Scott Fern.Mr Wheelans, also a local real estate agent, said he could not find the next stage of living – empty-nesting – after his five daughters moved out. So, he decided to build the development himself.Mr Wheelans said going through the process he identified a lack of “this type” of accommodation in the market. Emmeline on Elizabeth at Paddington.Empty nesters are eyeing off a new luxury development only a stone’s throw away from Brisbane’s CBD and within walking distance to an iconic landmark.The new development Emmeline on Elizabeth, at Paddington, features seven spacious residences – six apartments and one cottage.Developers Simon Wheelans and Scott Fern said the development, close to Suncorp Stadium, was named in recognition of the first owner of the land, Emmeline Chowne, with the original cottage being preserved as part of the complex. HISTORY LIVES
As a result, delays to the 1.5MW mWave Pembrokeshire demo schedule are inevitable. However, Bombora also said it remains confident installation will be possible in the first half of 2021. Ronnie Bonnar is a former chairman of Scottish Renewables, and currently holds several non-executive directorships focused on renewable energy, including the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult. “We are in unchartered territory and have to be realistic and accept that there will be delays to our project. Human Capital To remind, Bombora has recently appointed Ronnie Bonnar to its board of directors. Ocean energy company Bombora has delayed the deployment of its mWave demonstration device in Wales to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Bombora has closed its European head office in Wales as well as its testing facility and assembly workshop. Bombora’s 1.5MW mWave project gets funding from the European Regional Development Fund through Welsh Government. Bombora welcomes former chairman of Scottish Renewables “The team are working from home, are fully contactable, and remain focussed on progressing the Pembrokeshire project and our follow up 3.0MW grid connected wave park project in Lanzarote.” Posted: 5 months ago The company is also developing a wave park in Lanzarote and further initiatives in the Canary Islands and globally. Categories: Bombora’s CEO, Dave Rigg, said: The company said that many suppliers had to shut temporarily. Posted: 5 months ago
For as maligned as the Big Ten was for their football play this past season, that is how highly ranked they are in basketball. Every school had a very successful pre-season record, and the Big Ten race should be a real donnybrook. Take Michigan State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio State, and just about every other squad and you cannot go into any game and say it will be easy. After the war of the regular season, they will then have to survive the season concluding tourney before the NCAA Tourney even begins. It makes no sense basketball wise to play these tourneys after a grueling regular season race, but we all know it is strictly for money and not for the benefit of the players. With the new foul rule, the Big Ten may have to adhere to basketball this season and not football on a wooden floor. This might benefit the Big Ten schools during the tourney because in the past they always had to adjust to different refereeing in the tourney, and most teams were so tired they had trouble playing those six games to win the title. Anyway, it should make for a very interesting Big Ten season for all of us.
Press Association Other notables among the 20 Irish-trained entries include Edward Lynam’s Agnes Stewart and the Jessica Harrington-trained Jack Naylor, while five possible French representatives are headed by the Andre Fabre-trained Al Naamah. Another from across the Channel is Little Nightingale The three-year-old looked the part on her seasonal reappearance at Maisons-Laffitte at the start of the month and could be a first Oaks runner for Mikel Delzangles, who won the 2000 Guineas in 2010. “Little Nightingale has come out of Maisons-Laffitte very well,” said the trainer. “It was a good performance because she beat a nice German filly very easily. We thought she was a good filly anyway because she had been working very well going into that race. “Little Nightingale will run once more and then we will decide if she goes for the Oaks or to Chantilly for the Prix de Diane (June 14). “The trials are the Prix Cleopatre (May 13) going left-handed at Saint-Cloud, which could be a good prep race for Epsom, or the Prix Vanteaux (May 3) and Prix Saint-Alary (May 24) at Longchamp.” Doncaster maiden winner Star Of Seville is the shortest-priced British-trained entry and is one of seven contenders for Newmarket trainer John Gosden, who landed the spoils with Taghrooda in 2014. His septet also includes debut winners Jellicle Bell and Lady Correspondent. The Investec Oaks has increased prize money of £450,000, £25,000 more than in 2014. Aidan O’Brien’s stoutly-bred daughter of Galileo struck twice from three starts as a juvenile and ended her campaign with victory in the Prix Marcel Boussac at Longchamp in October. The master of Ballydoyle has saddled four previous winners of the mile-and-a-half Classic and Found is just one of 11 possible challengers this time around, with Fillies’ Mile heroine Together Forever, Qualify and Words also in contention. Ante-post favourite Found is one of the star names among 59 entries for the Investec Oaks at Epsom on June 5.
Head coach Steve McClaren has told Newcastle to get physical with Arsenal as he attempts to kick-start the club’s season once again. Press Association McClaren said: “It is about collective organisation and discipline – and a certain amount of aggression will be required. “We have come across many, many good players in every team. Ozil is just another one of them which we will have to contend with. But they have others – [Olivier] Giroud is scoring goals left, right and centre, [Theo] Walcott is coming into form, [Aaron] Ramsey is a very good midfield player. “Despite what they are missing, they have still got quality.” McClaren has been hugely impressed with the Gunners this season, particularly in the 3-0 win at Olympiakos on December 9 which secured their Champions League passage. He said: “They have had injuries, but are still maintaining their form. It was as near as perfect a performance against Olympiakos as I have seen from a team for many years. What a result and performance under so much pressure. “Favourites for the title? Definitely, at this stage – but it is only half-time.” Few around St James’ Park will need reminding of the Magpies’ trip to the Emirates on December 29, 2012 when they returned on the wrong end of a remarkable 7-3 scoreline with Walcott plundering a hat-trick and Giroud claiming a double. Newcastle’s current fragility is a cause for concern, but McClaren remains confident that when they are at their best, they can give anyone a game. He said: “We know on any given day we can beat anybody in this league. But we also know that on any given day we can lose.” The Magpies have slipped back into the relegation zone after taking just a single point from festive fixtures against Aston Villa, Everton and West Brom and in the circumstances, Saturday’s trip to the Emirates Stadium hardly represents the most inviting start to 2016. Arsenal’s return to prominence has been due in part to the influence of Germany international Mesut Ozil and Newcastle will have to come up with a plan to stop the main creative force at Arsene Wenger’s disposal if they are to prosper in north London.
Columbus Day, which falls on the second Monday of October, is one of 10 federal holidays recognized by the U.S. government. This year, it falls on Oct. 14. The day commemorates the arrival of Christopher Columbus to North America in October 1492. Many also see it as a time to celebrate Italian heritage. Columbus Day was first recognized as a U.S. federal holiday in the 1930s, but some states — Alaska, Hawaii and South Dakota — do not observe the holiday, which is widely controversial because of Columbus’ treatment of indigenous people.Columbus Day: Celebrating cultural heritage, or the colonization of Native Americans?South Dakota instead celebrates Native American Day and Hawaii celebrates Discoverers’ Day. Other states and over 100 cities have replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day.Here’s what businesses will be open or closed on MondayBanks: Most banks, including Federal Reserve Banks, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and PNC Bank, will be closed. TD Bank will remain open on Monday. Mail services: The United States Postal Service will not deliver mail on Monday. However, UPS does not observe Columbus Day and locations will be open. And, UPS will pick up and deliver packages as normal. FedEx will be operational, with the exception of modified service for FedEx Express and FedEx SmartPost.Schools: Many schools will be closed on Columbus Day, but some districts, including the School Districts in Florida, do not observe the holiday and will remain open. Libraries: Most public libraries, including the New York Public Library, will be closed on Columbus Day. Stock markets: The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq will remain open.
In the nights other match twelfth place Bournemouth take on fourteenth place Leicester.Both matches start at 7.45In Scotland, Celtic can go 11 points clear of Rangers at the top of the SPL.The Hoops host Hamilton.In the nights other game, Aberdeen welcome Motherwell. In the absence of Mustafi, Gabriel Paulista could play in the centre of defence for Arsenal tonight as they take on Everton at Goodison Park in the Premier League.A win will put the Gunners level on points with leaders Chelsea who don’t play until tomorrow.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has no worries about the Brazilian moving in from full back to centre back.
Osman Junuzović achieved the best ranking of all BH athletes at the Balkan Cross Country Championships held on Sunday in Vrbovec, Croatia by winning the fourth place in the category of younger seniors – U23.Member of the Athletic Club Doboj Istok ran the eight-kilometer-long section in 25 minutes and 14 seconds.In the junior competition, male and female national teams of B&H won fifth place each, and individually the best BH contestants were Belmin Mrkanović (9th) and Jelena Gajić (17th).Ten countries participated at the championships. The best were the athletes from Turkey, who won seven golden medals.(Source: novovrijeme.ba)
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If you aren’t yet finding many flowers in your yard, that could be due to a drop in April showers. State Climatologist Justin Glisan reviewed the rainfall totals for the just completed month.“We had a deficit of precipitation — especially in the southwestern part of the state — which had been so wet to begin with over the fall and into the winter,” Glisten says. “Statewide precipitation was about three-point-zero-eight inches of rainfall and snowmelt And that’s almost a half an inch below normal as well.” He says we were short in every type of precipitation — including snow.“Now we don’t expect a lot of snowfall,” Glisan says, “but we were about four-tenths of an inch below average. We typically get about one- point-six inches.” The temperature in April was just about in line with the statewide trend.“Our average temperature was about 49 degrees — and if you look at the statewide average — that’s just a half a degree below average,” according to Glisan.There were no reports of severe weather during April. Glisan says May is shaping up to be on the cool and wet side.