Address: 89 Sundance Way, Runaway Bay Agent: Tony Sutton-Yeomans, Ray White — Sovereign Islands Features: Intercom, pontoon, pool, poolside pavilion Area : 700sq m Price: $1.795 million (reduced) Inspection: Thursday, 5-5.45pm and Saturday and Sunday, 1-1.45pm Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:15Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:15 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p270p270p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenThe Gold Coast has grown up02:15 Why everyone wants to live at Mermaid Beach 89 Sundance Way, Runaway Bay. The bespoke features of the house include bamboo ceilings to the entry, balcony and outdoor entertaining areas, led strip lighting in all bathrooms, feature stone walls and wallpaper.The residence has five bedrooms including the main bedroom with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe accessed via recycled barn doors.There is a separate formal lounge and dining areas with access to the outdoor patio via bi-fold doors. The kitchen has Smeg appliances, a butler’s pantry and Cesar benchtops. ON THE MARKET Luxury at every turn. “Just walk in, unpack, relax and enjoy this stunning family home today.”Completely refurbished with high-quality finishes throughout, the northeast house is an entertainer’s dream.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe poolside pavilion is one of its standout features and includes an outdoor kitchen, barbecue and fridge — perfect for those summer days on the Gold Coast. Relax by the waterfront.This property is described as one of the best waterfront homes on the Runaway Islands and it’s not hard to see why.“If you’re searching for an as new waterfront home with modern decor and an open plan design this is a must to inspect today,” agent Tony Sutton-Yeomans of Ray White Sovereign Islands said. 89 Sundance Way, Runaway Bay. Former V8 Supercar racer sells Gold Coast mansion Relax beside the pool.
Plantation Homes’ Bentley 42.PLANTATION Homes took out two gongs at the recent HIA Gold Coast and Northern Rivers Housing Awards.The company’s Carmelle 28 design was named Best Display Home up to $300,000 and the Bentley 42 took out Best Display Home $401,000 to $500,000. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoPlantation Homes’ Carmelle 28 designs.“The ever-popular Carmelle 28 is a beautifully designed single storey family home that is intelligently zoned and luxuriously appointed. It has been incredibly popular in its Gold Coast surrounds,” Plantation Homes marketing manager Amanda Reilly said. “The Bentley 42 is the epitome of luxury, boasting the master bedroom on the ground floor and a suite of living areas for all family members to unwind independently or enjoy together after a busy day.“With all our homes, including the Carmelle 28 and Bentley 42, each inclusion and feature is hand-picked to ensure we deliver high quality homes which combine optimum functionality and aesthetic appeal.” Both house designs can be viewed at the World of Homes experience centre at The Surrounds, Helensvale. >>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<
The event starts at 5:30 pm on Channel WISH TV 8. Statewide —The 2020 Indiana Republican State Convention will be broadcast live tonight, a historic event that marks the first time the party’s convention will be aired live for a statewide audience. The convention will feature speeches from all Republican attorney general candidates, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, Indiana GOP Chairman Kyle Hupfer, and a keynote address from Governor Eric Holcomb.
RelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Everton’s impressive 1-0 victory at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday was their first against them for eight years, but of greater significance was the impact of their new signings.Optimism was hardly high at the end of the last campaign as Everton finished down in 12th place. But it has returned in waves after Carlo Ancelotti signed a midfield trio that look capable of turning Everton into genuine contenders for a place in the top six.Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez, who burst into the limelight at the 2014 FIFA World Cup before signing for Real Madrid, was a major coup for Everton when he signed this week.His stock may have fallen in recent seasons but against Tottenham he looked a class act, pulling the strings and giving Everton the creativity they have been so badly lacking.French powerhouse midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure, signed from Watford this week, was a dominant presence in the middle of the pitch.Allan, a technical Brazilian, provided calm assurance in front of the back four. Dominic Calvert-Lewin, whose thumping header sealed the points, said the trio had given Everton an instant uplift and predicted there was much more to come.Ancelotti described his team’s performance as brilliant and picked out Rodriguez, a player he worked with at Real Madrid, for particular praise.“James is not the fastest player in the world but he has a lot of quality. We have to use him to show his quality. He is not a winger, but he can come inside and receive the ball. He is very dangerous,” Ancelotti said.“I am not worried about the physicality. If I was worried about that I would sign Usain Bolt, not James.”Everton fans have had to watch Liverpool take over as the force in English football, but after some stunning transfer business and a win against a bogey club, there is hope. “After a long time of suffering now the fans have to be happy. It was not easy in the past to win here and we won, it’s good to celebrate,” Ancelotti said.“We need continuity. Last season we were up and down and now we will see. This game tells us we can compete with anyone.”Reuters/NAN.Tags: Abdoulaye DoucoureCarlo AncelottiDominic Calvert-LewinEvertonJames RodriguezTottenham Hotspur
McFadden was left isolated as the visitors executed a two-on-one break and Kockott confidently knocked over the 40-metre conversion to close the gap to 9-7. Gopperth missed a penalty effort before half-time and Castres, with replacement prop Saimone Taumoepeau making an impact up front, restarted in fine fettle. Full-back Brice Dulin gathered his own chip and had to be hauled down in the Leinster 22, and Tales’ dinked kick just went over the end line as Geoffrey Palis chased it down. The addition of Karena Wihongi further boosted the Castres scrum and their dominance of the third quarter should have led to points, but Kockott sent a long range penalty wide. Leinster relieved the pressure as Luke Fitzgerald and David Kearney got ball in hand, the latter being the victim of a ‘no arms’ tackle from Lamerat that saw the Castres centre sin-binned. Fourteen-man Castres showed no signs of wilting, but a tenacious turnover from replacement Eoin Reddan launched Leinster forward and needed no second invitation. McFadden drew a defender to release David Kearney on the left and his brother Rob got involved in the Castres 22, before McGrath broke Wihongi’s initial tackle and crashed over beside the right hand post. Gopperth’s conversion gave Leinster some much needed breathing space at nine points up, and the man-of-the-match completed his 14-point tally as Matt O’Connor’s men remained workmanlike – if unspectacular – until the end. They needed to be resolute in defence late on as despite losing Tomas in the 70th minute, Castres almost landed a losing bonus point with TMO Graham Hughes ruling out a lunge at the line from Pedrie Wannenburg who was adjudged to be inches short. Traditionally poor travellers in this tournament, the reigning French Top 14 champions leaked three penalties to Jimmy Gopperth before a converted try from Rory Kockott gave them a shot in the arm before the interval. But Castres crucially failed to turn pressure into points in the third quarter and with centre Remi Lamerat in the sin-bin, McGrath wrestled free to grab the game’s decisive score in the 62nd minute. Jack McGrath’s first Heineken Cup try lifted Leinster to their second pool win as they beat a bruising Castres Olympique side 19-7 at the RDS. Gopperth converted and tagged on a fourth penalty and frustrated Castres suffered a second sin-binning in the closing stages – replacement scrum half Julien Tomas saw yellow for a succession of crooked feeds. Led out by Fergus McFadden and Kevin McLaughlin on their 100th appearances, Leinster quickly set about testing the French side’s defence. There was a welcome blast of sunshine for the kick-off, replacing the earlier heavy rain, and Gopperth capped off a similarly bright opening for his side with a third minute penalty. Rob Kearney did well to hack on a Gopperth cross-field kick before Castres broke from deep, Kockott and centres Remi Lamerat and Romain Cabannes all featuring in a rare free-flowing attack from the French outfit. But, for the most part, Leinster controlled the opening half hour’s play and an offside decision allowed Gopperth to make it 6-0 in the 12th minute. The New Zealander’s third successful penalty rewarded a solid home scrum which included young tighthead Martin Moore, and Kockott snatched badly at his first chance to respond. However, the hosts were unable to make the most of a typically thunderous burst from Sean O’Brien, and a couple of midfield turnovers that followed. Castres made them pay with an opportunist try from Kockott in the 33rd minute, the scrum-half streaking away down the blindside after a wheeling scrum and a well-timed feed from Antonie Claassen. Press Association
Tottenham’s timid display at Leicester highlighted their need to bring in reinforcements and manager Mauricio Pochettino is hopeful of concluding a deal next week. Up until the moment Nacer Chadli clipped in a lovely curling cross for substitute Dele Alli to head home in the 81st minute, Spurs were hugely disappointing at the King Power Stadium on Saturday. Pochettino’s side were pedestrian, ponderous, leggy and uninspiring in the final third. Indeed, for long periods, they were lacklustre in the extreme. Harry Kane, Tottenham’s top scorer last season with 32 goals in all competitions, cut a frustrated figure as a lone striker as he still searches for his first goal of the campaign. Despite being just three games into the new Barclays Premier League season, it is clear Kane needs help. So far he has been a shadow of the striker who burst on to the scene around 12 months ago. West Brom forward Saido Berahino, left out of the Albion squad against Chelsea on Sunday because he was not in the right frame of mind to play, is expected to be the subject of a second bid by Tottenham and he would bring some much-needed pace to the Spurs forward line. Pochettino, who was pleased with how Kane played at Leicester, would not be drawn on his interest in any specific targets but revealed he does hope to add to his squad before the transfer window closes. “(Kane) worked really hard and I am happy with his performance,” the Argentinian said after the 1-1 draw. “He played with (Erik) Lamela and Chadli and then with Dele Alli to help him but I thought it was a good performance.” Asked if he thought Kane had looked isolated against Leicester, Pochettino replied: “No, no because you can see he had some chances. He played with Chadli, Lamela, and then with Dele Alli on the pitch I think we created some more chances. “We are looking (for new players). I think we always need to have the balance of the squad and we have some targets and maybe in the next few days we can help the team a little bit more.” Press Association Meanwhile, Pochettino said Clinton Njie could be available to make his debut against Everton next week. “He was in France for his work permit and maybe next week he will be available. First, he needs to train more with the group,” he added. Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri praised his side’s character following their instant response to falling behind against Spurs. There were just 25 seconds between Alli’s headed opener and Riyad Mahrez’s lovely curled, left-foot finish. “I was very satisfied with the way we reacted to conceding,” said Ranieri. “Against good teams, one mistake can lead to a goal and we were disappointed when Tottenham scored. We needed to respond. “Our fans were fantastic, they supported the players and in 25 seconds Riyad scored again.” The draw left Leicester top of the table ahead of the Sunday and Monday fixtures, but Ranieri insisted the club’s target is still to ensure their Premier League status for another season. “It’s not important for us to be top of the league,” said the Italian. “It’s important to have seven points and to look to achieve the 40 points very soon. “This is our first target and we must achieve this very early.”
In her resignation letter, Nielsen also said she’s confident that the nation is safer now than when she joined the administration.Since being confirmed in December 2017, Nielsen noted the administration has “implemented historic efforts to defend our borders, combat illegal immigration, obstruct the inflow of drugs, and uphold our laws and values.” She also touted strides in cybersecurity and disrupting terrorist plots against the country.During her tenure, Nielsen oversaw the controversial practice of separating children from parents at the border.President Trump has announced that Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan will step into the role of acting Department of Homeland Security secretary. President Trump says Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is stepping down.Trump tweeted yesterday that current Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan will serve as acting DHS secretary.Nielsen served since December 2017 and enforced the administration’s policy of child separation at the border.Its been an honor of a lifetime to serve with the brave men and women of @DHSgov. I could not be prouder of and more humbled by their service, dedication, and commitment to keep our country safe from all threats and hazards. pic.twitter.com/lIQ5iqGDmF— Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen (@SecNielsen) April 7, 2019
Manchester United’s pace is something Sevilla must be wary of heading into their semi-final, according to Sevilla captain, Jesus Navas. Navas spent four seasons playing for Manchester City in between spells at Sevilla and is no stranger to the Red Devils.From September 3, StarTimes will air the UEFA Nations League. The second edition of UEFA’s newest national-team competition will begin with great clashes such as Germany vs. Spain, Sweden against France and titleholder Portugal vs Croatia.The digital TV operator recently acquired LaLiga broadcasting rights (French commentary). The exciting Spanish league will be shown on the StarTimes sports channels starting from the first 20120/21 season matchday on September 12.StarTimes will also broadcast other European Cups like the Coppa Italia, exclusive in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Spanish Copa del Rey and The Emirates FA Cup, among others.Through ESPN, StarTimes also broadcasts The English Football League Championship (EFL), Major League Soccer (MLS), Belgian Pro League, Netherlands Eredivisie; Basketball tourneys – NBA and the EuroLeague.“We are excited to bring more sports offering to our subscribers. Football lovers in Nigeria can now look forward to uninterrupted actions on their screens,” explained StarTimes PR Manager Lazarus Ibeabuchi.“Active subscribers can watch on the go by downloading StarTimes ON mobile app and linking it to their decoders, at no extra cost, to access the same content they subscribe for on their decoders.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram StarTimes has lined up exciting top-flight soccer events to the delight of football fans.In terms of European events, StarTimes, the exclusive broadcaster of the UEFA Europa League, will broadcast the semi-final matches between Sevilla and Manchester United on Sunday at 8 pm; while Inter Milan will battle Shakhtar Donetsk on Monday at 8 pm.The final will be played on August 21.
Related Stories H-back Broyld to miss ‘a couple weeks’ with lower-body injury With Ashton Broyld out, Syracuse will mix perimeter receivers into Broyld’s H-back role, head coach Scott Shafer said in his weekly teleconference on Tuesday.“It’ll be by committee and some of the guys that were playing solely outside have to be ready to play inside as well,” Shafer said.Broyld came up limping in the middle of a route against Maryland on Saturday before falling to the turf. He then pounded the turf in frustration as medical staff began to work on his already heavily wrapped right leg at the UMD 5-yard line. Shafer announced in a Cuse.com interview on Monday that Broyld would be out for “a couple weeks.”Brisly Estime is the starting H-back in place of Broyld, according to SU’s most recent depth chart. And Shafer said receivers like Ben Lewis could see time at H-Back.Lewis filled in for Broyld there during the Maryland game, Shafer said, when Estime needed a break from also returning kicks. Broyld leads SU with 11 receptions and remains its second-leading receiver with 125 yards. Estime has six receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown on the season, while Lewis has eight catches for 76 yards.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on September 23, 2014 at 1:32 pm Contact Jacob: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+
Looking through the crowd, one could tell this was more than just a game. University president C. L. Max Nikias was there. Athletic director Pat Haden was there. Even USC head football coach Lane Kiffin was there, albeit sitting alone on the opposite side of the Coliseum. But, more importantly, 2,887 other fans were also in attendance on a brisk Saturday afternoon to watch the first-ever NCAA match for USC’s women’s lacrosse, the school’s newest varsity sport.Breaking ground · Freshman midfielder Amanda Johansen scored two goals on Saturday, including the first ever for USC’s newest program. The Women of Troy fell in their opening match by a final score of 18-5. – William Ehart | Daily TrojanThe Trojans fell 18-5 to the No. 1 Northwestern Wildcats, the reigning champions and winners of seven of the last eight NCAA titles, but the excitement of finally making their program debut outweighed the sting of the loss.“It was just an awesome feeling,” said freshman midfielder Amanda Johansen, who scored the first goal in program history 12 minutes into the first of two 30-minutes halves. “We’ve been working so hard for this, and to have [everyone] just cheering at the same time felt so awesome.”The matchup was a reunion of sorts for USC head coach Lindsey Munday and offensive coordinator Hillary Bowen, who both starred at Northwestern under Wildcats head coaching legend Kelli Amonte Hiller.Some were perplexed as to why USC scheduled to play against the best squad in the nation for their program debut, but Munday is taking a “watch and learn” approach.“It shows [USC’s players] what the top of women’s lacrosse is right now, and I think that’s a great thing that’s going to prepare us for our conference,” Munday said. “It’s going to help us because you can’t get away with anything.”On the Coliseum field, the Women of Troy were outmatched from the start. The Wildcats jumped to a quick 4-0 lead, then a 9-1 advantage by dominating face-offs and outshooting USC 47-9 for the game.USC’s flashiest goal was its second, as Johansen found herself behind the goal before lobbing the ball to freshman midfielder Paige Bonomi to reduce the deficit to 9-2.“I tried taking a step back and seeing how the whole field would look and, right when I took a step back, I saw somebody wide open in the middle,” Johansen said. “I just hit Paige [Bonomi], and I know she can finish everything.”The addition of a women’s lacrosse program at USC was one of Nikias’ first initiatives after being inaugurated in August 2010. Munday was hired away from her assistant position at Northwestern in January 2011, and wasted no time getting to work, with her and her coaching staff recruiting up and down the East Coast for players interested in being part of a program different from the traditional eastern powerhouses. Eleven of the team’s 17 recruits in the class of 2012 hail from the lacrosse hotbeds of New York or New Jersey.“We can never replicate this,” Munday said. “These 26 players will go down in history.”The most refreshing part of Munday and her young squad is their unconcealed championship aspirations.“It’s something that is there for us, and we are not scared to go out there and say it,” Munday said about winning a national title. “We know that there’s a lot of work to be done and that there’s a long journey to get there, but that is our goal. We have to put it out there.”The Trojans might not be championship contenders this year or the next, but with 17 of the team’s 26 players being freshmen, most of this team will play four years together and carry the program along with them.“We walk around on campus and have people cheering for us,” Johansen said. “It’s really nice bringing over the whole sport with this team and showing people in California, who’ve never seen it, how lacrosse really is.”