Acutioneer Peter Burgin from Place, Wooloongabba. 130 Morehead Ave, Norman Park up for Acution. Saturday July 21, 2018. (AAP image, John Gass)MORE than 50 people turned out to see 21 Clyde Rd, Herston sell under the hammer to a last minute buyer yesterday.GOING GONE: 21 Clyde St, Herston sold to a last minute buyer for $1,150,000.Sunshine Biskaps purchased the property for $1,150,000 after she decided during the auction this was the home for her.“I was on realestate.com.au and I heard this area is really nice so I thought I’d check it out, it’s my first day in this area,” Ms Biskaps said.“I just walked in about 10 minutes before the auction and it shows really nicely.“I just really like tall ceilings and the way it feels like a home.”She said she was really excited to now call Herston home, having moved to Australia from Jakarta with her husband a few weeks ago.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality LevelsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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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 Rate1xFullscreen00:00The property was refurbished as part of a bigger development, according to auction attendee and project manager Ross Muirhead.“We did a change to an existing DA on this one … it was about eight months for the construction, including the (three) townhouses at the back,” Mr Muirhead said.“Out of the ceilings I think we only lost one, so basically all the ornate ceilings and things like joinery remains the same, french doors, as many windows as possible we could keep and the floors are original.“But it was fitted out with all the mod cons of zoned airconditioning and things that you need these days.”Mr Muirhead said two of the three townhouses were also under contract.“It’s a great little development; it’s hard to get land in this area, really hard.”Winners at the Norman Park auction Gary Sones, Holly Leybourne and Craig Hauser. Saturday July 21, 2018. (AAP image, John Gass)Place Bulimba lead agent James Curtain’s listing at 130 Morehead Ave, Norman Park sold for $1,240,000 under the hammer yesterday.Bidding started at $1 million, with three registered bidders raising their paddles to buy. The property was announced on the market at $1,150,000, and two of the bidders continued to fight it out until the property sold to Gary Sones, Craig Hauser and Holly Leybourne.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours ago130 Morehead Ave, Norman Park up for Acution. Saturday July 21, 2018. (AAP image, John Gass)Mr Sones said they would redevelop the property into two homes on 500sq m land and then present them to the market in about a year’s time.Ray White chief auctioneer Mitch Peereboom said the start to new financial year had been very exciting, with three standout sales yesterday.Ray White Alderley director Andrew Cowan’s listing at 76 Alderson St, Newmarket sold under the hammer for $585,000.It was the second most viewed auction property on realestate.com.au last week and Mr Peereboom said about 50 people turned out to see three bidders vie to buy the home.>> FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<<“That was entry level buying for a property, for a house, so a lot of people think it was really good value,” he said.“The buyers were a young couple and they will be renovating it and having their family home there.”Ray White Graceville sales executive Douglas May’s listing at 37 Evadne St, Graceville sold for $1.4 million at its 11am auction.“There we had four registrations, it started at $1.1 and got to $1.4 pretty quick and sold,” Mr Peereboom said.He said Ray White Forest Lake principal Thanh Ngo’s listing at 4 Nuthatch St, Inala was another great entry level buy, selling for $350,000 under the hammer.“We had six registered bidders and a good result on that,” he said.“People are seeing value in a market place that’s going to have capital growth.”Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality LevelsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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LocalNews Better approaches needed to teach the mathematics subject by: – October 3, 2011 Sharing is caring! Hon. Petter St. Jean. (file photo)The Minister of Education and Human Resource Development has called on educators to adopt new strategies that will assist them in successfully teaching the mathematics subject.The Minister made the appeal during his address at the first annual general meeting of the Dominica Association of Mathematics Educators (DAME) on Friday morning.The Annual General Meeting was held under the theme; ‘strength in numbers’.“Today we need to appreciate that whatever we do as a nation hinges upon how well-rounded we are and that student performance in every walk of life rests on how he can function properly mathematically. There is a need for a well-structured, well-organized core of people that can address the critical needs as it relates to students development.”The Ministry of Education is reporting that over the years, a large percentage of students on the island and the region, by extension; continue to show signs of dislike for the subject.Senior Education Officer, Mr Nicholas Goldberg believes that teachers must now look for new strategies to teach the subject to receive a successful response from their students.“As we have said mathematics is a subject that a lot of children dislike for one reason or another. When we did a survey a number of years ago we found out initially in grades four and five children liked mathematics but by the time they reach secondary school they dislike the subject. The teachers need to focus now on how to teach mathematics so as to get the children to perform. And one of the key things is motivation. There are two types of motivation: the intrinsic type and the extrinsic type.”President of DAME, Mr Christopher Charles pledged the association’s commitment to working with the Teacher’s Association and the Ministry of Education to assist mathematics teachers in developing the necessary skills to teach the subject.“One just need to take a look at the prerequisite to enter many of the top programs at the State College or listen to a few job advertisements. Then we need to ask ourselves what is going to happen to the rest of the sixty percent who fail. This shows that the problem does not reside at the secondary schools but rather through our education system. This is why we; mathematics educators must stand in unity, pull our resources and show our strength.”DAME has developed a constitution which all members will be adopting, enshrined in a booklet which was presented to the Minister of Education.At Friday’s ceremony, the Convent High School was awarded for being the most outstanding school in CSEC from 2006 to 2011.The North East Comprehensive School was also awarded for using their initiative and innovation in celebrating the achievement of students and teachers while the Dominica Community High School was awarded for registering the highest percentage of students for CSEC in the past five years. Dominica Vibes News Share Share Tweet 11 Views no discussions Share
GROWTHSTIMULATOR Selling fresh vegetables and fruits toprocessed and preserved food products, these exhibitors are from themunicipalities of Alimodian, Badiangan, Bingawan, Calinog, Leon, Oton, andPototan. This year’s Cooperative Month theme is“Cooperativism: A countervailing force against climate change and violentextremism through people empowerment to trail blaze shift in paradigm towardssustainability and social inclusion.” (Jezza A. Nepomoceno, Iloilo Capitol/PN) Villanueva graced the opening ceremonytogether with Provincial Board member Dr. Nieleto Tupas, also the chairman ofthe Committee on Cooperatives in the Sangguniang Panlalawigan. ILOILO – Eight cooperatives here willshowcase Ilonggo native products and crafts in a two-week trade fair andexhibit which opens today at the ground floor of the Iloilo provincial capitol. “Kungsaan ang cooperatiba, maayos ang buhay ng tao,”he stressed in his solidarity speech during the grand opening of theCooperative Month in Batad on Oct. 9. Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. and Batadmayor Elvira Alarcon, represented by Vice Mayor Ernesto Balida, are expected toopen the trade fair and exhibit. He added that coop members shouldcontinue to educate their family and non-members about the movement, for it isthe key to resolving poverty. Cooperatives have been instrumental inhelping the poor in the countryside, according to Vidal Villanueva III, Boardof Administrator for Visayas of the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA). “This is the way to resolve financialdifficulties. Through the cooperative, we are empowering our members and thevery community we live in,” said Villanueva. There has been a study by the AsianDevelopment Bank that people’s lives were getting better in areas wherecooperatives operate. The host for the Cooperative Month,the municipality of Batad, will also set up its own booth to showcase theirtown’s products and saleable artisan crafts.
VINTON, Iowa – The 2015 IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing point season for seven sanctioned divisions ends on Sunday, Sept. 27.Final races are scheduled that day for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Cars, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods, Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMods, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks and Mach-1 Sport Compacts.Bonus points for applicable track and/or special series championships will be figured and national champions and rookies of the year announced as soon as possible.Local track officials will have until noon Central Standard Time on Monday, Oct. 26 to notify IMCA of corrections that affect their top 15 point standings before all standings for those divisions become official.Final weekly events for the 2015 IMCA Late Model point season will be Sunday, Aug. 30.The national champion and unofficial state and local track champions will be announced as soon as all race reports from that weekend are received and tabulated.Late Model point standings become official at noon CST on Monday, Sept. 28.Any questions about IMCA point totals and standings should be directed to Virginia Lindsey, director of membership and points, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 319 472-2201, ext. 215.
Fourth Ranked Argonauts Advance Over Sixth-Ranked Vulcans ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – After having their match suspended because of rain on Thrusday, fourth-ranked West Florida returned to the courts on Friday at the NCAA Division II National Championships at the Sanlando Park. West Florida (22-6) finished their match with a 5-1 win over sixth-ranked California Univ. of Pennsylvania (28-2). West Florida moves on to the semifinals later this afternoon against Lynn. The match was suspended after the Argonauts sweep the doubles competition. In singles action, Suzana Cavalcante (Sao Paulo, Brazil) was up one set in the first position. Tammy Kevey (Auckland, New Zealand) won the first set and was up 3-0 in the second set in the second position. Anne Beard (Villevaude, France) was also up one set in the sixth position. When the matches were resumed at 8:00 a.m. EST on Friday, Kevey quickly stepped up and only lost one game to improve to 21-5 in singles. Fifth-ranked Cavalcante also took advantage of the lead and defeated her opponent with a 6-3, 6-3 victory, improving her singles record to 17-4. Simultaneously, The Vulcans avoided a shutout as Nina Reiswich won in the fifth position over Paola Arevalo (Cali, Colombia). West Florida will return to action in the NCAA Division II National Championship semifinal this afternoon. West Florida will meet third-ranked Lynn at 2:30 p.m. EST. Lynn defeated West Florida, 5-4, earlier this season, and the Fighting Knights hold an 11-1 advantage in the all-time series against the Argonauts. Lynn advanced to the semifinals by defeating Hawaii Pacific, 5-3. Results: #1 Singles: Suzana Cavalcante (UWF) def. Inga Chilingaryan (CU-Penn) 6-3, 6-3#2 Singles: Tammy Kevey (UWF) against. Lisa Santoro (CU-Penn) 6-0, 6-1#3 Singles: Mandy Septoe (UWF) against Helena VanEysendeyk (CU-Penn), DNF#4 Singles: Renata Mattos (UWF) def. Yumi Matsuto (CU-Penn), DNF#5 Singles: Nina Reiswich (CU-Penn) def. Paola Arevalo (UWF), 6-4, 6-1#6 Singles: Anne Claire Beard (UWF) def. Olga Alekseeva (CU-Penn), DNF#1 Doubles: H. Lindloff/L. Pavlin (CU-Penn) def. I. Chilingaryan/Y. Matsuto (UWF) 8-3#2 Doubles: S. Cavalcante/P. Arevalo (UWF) def. L. Santoro/H. VanEysendeyk (CU-Penn), 8-1#3 Doubles: R. Mattos/A. Berad (UWF) def. N. Reiswich/K. Anderson (CU-Penn), 8-4(By Gui Amaral Jasmin) Print Friendly Version Share
Harold J. Klosterkemper, age 96, of Greensburg, passed away on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. He was born July 19, 1923 in Millhousen, Indiana, the son of August “Gus” and Leona Redelman Klosterkemper. Harold was a 1942 graduate of Delaware Jackson Township High School. He was a United States Army Veteran and served during WWII. On June 16, 1951, he married Helen M. Hellmich and together they had two children, Mark and Mary. He was the owner of Harold’s Sunoco Service Station and was a Farmer. Harold was a member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church and the St. John’s Knight of Millhousen. Harold was an incredibly talented Fiddler, his passion lead him to travel all over the Country to Fiddle Competitions. He wanted others to be able to share in his love of fiddling locally, so he started Harold’s Fiddle Fest of Greensburg and the Power of the Past Fiddlers Contest. He was a member of the Old Time Fiddlers Association of Miamitown, Ohio, where he served as the past President. In 2019, he was awarded the Indiana Heritage Fellowship from Indiana University’s Mathers Museum of World Cultures.Harold is survived by his wife, Helen Hellmich Klosterkemper; son, Mark (Darlene Keller) Klosterkemper; daughter, Mary (Ronald) Hamer; grandchildren, Jarrad (Ann) Klosterkemper, Eric (Autumn) Klosterkemper, Josh Amburgey, Jessica (Glen) Underwood, Rhonda Phillips and Christy (Mike) Lecher; great grandchildren, Hunter and Bryce Koors, Gavin, Jordan and Ethan Amburgey, Ryder and Julianna Klosterkemper, Ava and Roman Klosterkemper, Cody, Molly, Tyler, Brady and Ella Lecher, Emily Cook, Madison Phillips, Taylor Underwood, McKenzie, Mia and Kobe Perry. Harold was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Raymond Klosterkemper and Earl Klosterkemper and sisters, Alverta Green and Luella Kohman.A Rosary will be prayed at the Gilliland Howe Funeral Home on Friday, January 24, 2020 at 3:00 pm with a Visitation from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm. A Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 10:00 am at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Father John Meyer will be officiating. Burial will follow at the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. Memorial Contributions can be made to Our Hospice of Decatur County. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the frantic Christmas schedule can expand the Barclays Premier League title charge beyond a two-horse race. “The fact that we got so many important injuries at the back has cost us too much.” Wenger would like to see the Premier League’s traditional festive schedule preserved, but has called for the introduction of the type of winter break seen in Germany. “Maybe it would be good for the English national team to have a break in January. Respect the English tradition and give a winter break in January,” he said. “If you look at the history, is it a coincidence that the German national team has always done well in the big tournaments when England hasn’t done so well? “It is just Germany who has the longest winter break in Europe, among the big countries. “And by coincidence, they always do well in tournaments because they have refreshed players.” “It can still change. Let’s see how the schedule goes over Christmas. We’ll have a much better idea at the beginning of January,” Wenger said. “The next three or four games are important. Chelsea will be in the fight for the title, for sure, but will it only be Chelsea and Man City? “Today you can say maybe, but it is still a long way off. Chelsea are in the Champions League, Man City as well. “Then you have the FA Cup and Chelsea play in the League Cup. There is still a long way to go. “But what is for sure is that the teams like us and those around us need to be massively consistent to have a chance of coming back.” Arsenal topped the table on January 1 of this year only to finish the season fourth, seven points adrift of City. Wenger denies his team have regressed, however. “I don’t think we have gone backwards in the quality of our squad because if you look at the five players that we bought, you cannot say that one of the five is a failure,” Wenger said. “I can’t deny we are behind much more than last year, but we have had a depleted squad since the start of the season and no stability. The Gunners trail leaders Chelsea by 15 points and while it appears to be a straight shootout between Jose Mourinho’s side and reigning champions Manchester City, Wenger insists the landscape can change over the next week. Three games in seven days has convinced Wenger that if Arsenal and those trailing the pacesetters can stitch together a series of results, a new contender could emerge. Press Association
BAR HARBOR — High School basketball season is now in the rearview mirror, but this year’s edition of the Great Harbor Shootout is little more than a week away.The 2018 Great Harbor Shootout will take place from March 16-18 at various locations in Bar Harbor and the rest of Hancock County. The event will bring junior and high school players from all over the state to the area for a tournament that often draws more than 80 teams.Locations for the event are Mount Desert Island High School, Pemetic Elementary School, Mount Desert Elementary School, the MDI YMCA, Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School and Trenton Elementary School.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
Forwards: Ahmed Musa (Al Nassr, Saudi Arabia); Victor Osimhen (Lille OSC, France); Moses Simon (FC Nantes, France); Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal FC, Spain); Paul Onuachu (KRC Genk, Belgium); Emmanuel Dennis (Club Brugge, Belgium); Samuel Kalu (Girondins Bordeaux, France);Standby: Leon Balogun (Brighton & Hove Albion, England); Peter Olayinka (SK Slavia Prague, Czech Republic); Oghenekaro Etebo (Stoke City, England)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Goalkeepers: Daniel Akpeyi (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa); Ikechukwu Ezenwa (Heartland FC); Maduka Okoye (Fortuna Dusseldorf, Germany)Defenders: Kenneth Omeruo (CD Leganes, Spain); Abdullahi Shehu (Bursaspor FC, Turkey); Chidozie Awaziem (CD Leganes, Spain); William Ekong (Udinese FC, Italy); Olaoluwa Aina (Torino FC, Italy); Jamilu Collins (SC Padeborn 07, Germany); Oluwasemilogo Ajayi (West Bromwich Albion, England); Bryan Idowu (Lokomotiv Moscow, Russia)Midfielders: Alexander Iwobi (Everton FC, England); Mikel Agu (Vitoria Guimaraes, Portugal); Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City, England); Joseph Ayodele-Aribo (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); Ramon Azeez (Granada FC, Spain)
Senator Michaela Murphy (center) is the co-chair of the diversity fund committee. Murphy explained that there is no precedent for senate vetoes in other USG funds. (Krystal Gallegos | Daily Trojan)The Undergraduate Student Government held a committee meeting Tuesday to discuss a potential amendment to a $50,000 diversity fund. The fund, which was created to provide funding for events that would promote diversity on campus, has undergone a process to create an amendment that would make it more accessible to cultural assemblies at USC. The first topic of discussion Tuesday concerned whether the senate should have the ability to veto a fund request that has already been granted. Senator Michaela Murphy, the co-chair of the diversity fund committee, explained that there is no precedent for USG senate vetoes in other USG funds.“I don’t think it’s fair to make it seem like we don’t trust the discretion of the people who would be sitting on this oversight board when we haven’t given senate this discretion on any other fund in the past,” Murphy said. Senator Meagan Lane said that in light of the Ben Shapiro event last week, there should be more checks to how certain events receive funding when they could potentially present harm to students.However, she explained that the diversity fund would not endorse any kind of event that would risk people’s safety and well-being. She said that any complaints against the use of the diversity fund would come from outside of the senate, not from anyone within USG. Speaker Pro Tempore Matthew Crane said he was concerned that denying funding to certain groups could lead to lawsuits from certain organizations. However, several cultural assembly representatives said that they have never witnessed such lawsuits at USC.Co-chief Diversity Director Shaghayegh Ebadi said that because of the makeup of the fund’s oversight board — which includes the USG treasurer, the chief diversity officers and a representative from each cultural assembly — it would be unlikely for the diversity fund to pay for anything that would harm students. “You have the most qualified, the most impacted communities that should know what’s good for them [and] should know what’s going to be of value to that community,” Ebadi said.Murphy echoed this sentiment, saying that the oversight board is not at risk of funding anything problematic.“The clear and most present and most explicit and most important stakeholders for conversations like these, for funding applications for different marginalized communities are not only present at the very beginning, but they are empowered at the very beginning,” Murphy said. “A senate veto is paternalistic … I don’t think that it’s important.”The second part of the meeting delved into whether or not the language of the amendment should set $50,000 as a floor for the fund.“Do we [as USG] want to get roped into funding things that admin should be paying for themselves, but now have an excuse not to fund them?” Murphy said. Murphy said that if USG puts its own money toward promoting diversity, the administration will follow their lead. She said that because the administration is not funding certain diversity-based initiatives already, it is up to USG to start a trend with the hope that the administration will follow suit.“If we use the belief system that … where we put our money is a reflection of our values, then that is a very strong statement to make to the USC administration to say that what we value is diversity-based initiatives,” Murphy said.