A local family bought the 1927 home for $1.615m, seen here from the Hillside Crescent side of Hamilton.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoWHAT NEXT FOR BRISBANE HOME PRICES? 2018’S BEST QUEENSLAND HOMES Given the condition of the historic home, it’s expected the new owners would be looking at a further $300,000 to fix up the property in line with heritage conditions.Mr Rowland said around 25 people a week inspected the triple-storey home at 19 Hillside Crescent.“The majority weren’t local. Most of them were out of town like Eatons Hills, Bridgeman Downs, looking for an entry level property in Hamilton. What was interesting was I thought it would be a young couple, but the majority were people above 60 looking to retire riverside.” The pool has stunning views over the river Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:45Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:45 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis 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 Rate1xFullscreenSummer Dream Home: Currumbin01:4519 Hillside Crescent, Hamilton, has been sold by receivers.RECEIVERS have sold off the luxury riverside mansion of one of Brisbane’s most prominent families for $1.615m in a “once in a generation sale”.The Hamilton home of bankrupt whisky and cattle baron Keith Batt and his wife Margaret was sold for $185,000 more than they had paid five years ago — just two years before the founder of Nant Distilling Company went bankrupt owing millions to creditors.El Nido was considered the earliest Spanish mission style home in Brisbane by the Queensland Heritage Register, sitting in a coveted spot overlooking the river, Bulimba, Newstead and the CBD. Sydney to Hobart winning yachtRagamuffin, akaBumblebee IV, hit the market following the collapse of Nant Whisky. Picture: Claudia BaxterThe Batt’s problems have escalated in recent weeks, with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission obtaining orders from the Supreme Court of Queensland three weeks ago to appoint Richard Hughes and David Orr of Deloitte as provisional liquidators of three companies linked to them.The action over Nangus Holdings Group, Nangus Holdings and Nangus Grazing Company came as part of an ongoing investigation into the Nangus Group of companies.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:40Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:40 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis 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 Rate1xFullscreenStep inside this Melbourne mansion00:40“The orders were sought by ASIC due to concerns about the solvency and lack of management of the companies. In particular, ASIC has concerns about a herd of approximately 261 head of cattle abandoned by company management,” an ASIC statement said.“Keith Batt and Margaret Letizia, the individuals responsible for the creation and management of the companies, are now both personally bankrupt, disqualifying them from managing a corporation.”FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Margaret and Keith Batt at the 2012 VIP launch of The Nant Whisky Cellar & Bar at Brisbane’s Emporium precinct in Fortitude Valley.Agent Tristan Rowland of Place Aspley said the 91-year-old home could have fetched almost five times as much had there not been major development restrictions over the site.“Had it not had heritage listing, it would have sold for up to $10m,” he told The Courier-Mail. “But the receiver was happy. It was a great outcome considering the nature of the property.”Just the day before the El Nido deal, a three bedroom Hamilton home with river views and demolition approval sold for $1.7m. Mrs Batt had made a last-ditch attempt to sell El Nido in December without success. The receiver sale comes one year after the Batts sold their Clayfield home for $200,000 less than they had paid 24 months earlier — a sale that occurred within months of Mr Batt declaring himself bankrupt in late 2015.Among Keith Batt and Nant assets that were recently sold off was the 27-ton Maxi Ragamuffin — winner of three Sydney-Hobart yacht races between 1979 and 1990 including when it was owned by one of Australia’s richest men John Kahlbetzer and racing under its original name Bumblebee IV. The maxi sold “for a song” mid last year.
Carpet Court says two of the hottest interior trends for 2019 are the Moroccan and Botanical looks – both of which work beautifully in Australian interiors and are easy to recreate in your own home. Moroccan and botanical looks have hit the top of the list of this year’s hottest interior trends, according to Carpet Court.Carpet Court’s style ambassador Darren Palmer said both of the looks worked beautifully in Australian interiors and were easy to recreate in your own home.“The Moroccan look is exotic and luxurious,” Mr Palmer said.“Think bold brights, clashing patterns and earthy, rugged textures. With its bohemian edge, this look brings a sense of energy yet warmth to a space.“When you’re decorating a room, it’s always a good idea to start with the floor. It’s one of the largest expanses of space in a home and will set the tone for the rest of your furnishings.” Mr Palmer said the Moroccan look had warm, spicy undertones and an earthy feel, so seek out flooring in a warm neutral shade with plenty of texture, such as Carpet Court’s Dreamtime high-low loop-pile carpet or Antilles Twist cut-pile twist carpet. He said timber flooring worked equally well in a Moroccan scheme – again, opt for timber with warm undertones, such as Carpet Court’s Stockmans Ridge Premium Spotted Gum or Blackbutt. Another trend that translates well to Australian homes was the botanical look, Mr Palmer said. “We’re passionate about indoor-outdoor living in Australia, and this trend is all about bringing nature inside. The result is a fresh, relaxed look that’s easy to love,” he said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoMr Palmer said the beauty of today’s flooring was the amount of options. “If you haven’t shopped for flooring in a while, you’ll be amazed at what’s available now – there really is something for every style, budget and home set-up,” he said.“With so many options, the first step is to consider how you’ll use the spaces.“Do you need something hard-wearing, easy to clean, ultra-luxurious, or able to cope with the demands of children and pets? Once you’ve narrowed down your requirements, it’s time for the fun part – choosing a flooring style that will completely transform the look of your room and home. Carpet Court says two of the hottest interior trends for 2019 are the Moroccan and Botanical looks. STYLE TIPS WITH DARREN PALMER TEXTURED APPEAL: To add texture to your interior, consider a chunky, felted loop-pile carpet in this season’s on-trend colours – charcoal, silvery-grey or sand. FAMILY FRIENDLY: If you have children or pets, a level loop-pile carpet in a mid-tone neutral with some flecks of colour will be the most hard-wearing and forgiving. FIBRE SMARTS: Wool carpet has a luxurious, natural appeal, but solution-dyed nylon is a great choice if you’re looking for a soft carpet with superior fade and stain-resistance for a sunny room or a home with children. GRAB A SAMPLE: Carpet and hard flooring colours will look different from the showroom once you get them home.To work out whether a colour or timber finish is right for your interior, take a sample home and look at it at different times of day and under various light conditions. CONSIDER YOUR OPTIONS: Love the look of timber but want something low-maintenance and more affordable? Why not consider timber-look vinyl planks or laminate, which give you the appearance of real wood for less and can often be used in wet rooms such as bathrooms and laundries. THE TOUCH TEST: To assess how soft a carpet will feel underfoot, don’t just feel it with your hands – slip off your shoes and walk on it.
The Wildcat Girls Cross Country team had a great showing at the Connersville Invitational. Not only did sophomore, Lauren Kelley, win the race, but the team placed 4th. They placed 6th at last year’s invitational. Junior, Katelyn Meyer, was Franklin County’s 2nd top performer, earning a spot in the top 25. Her time of 24:28 earned her 23rd place. Franklin county competed against 12 other teams with a combined total of 89 runners. This was a big meet, and the ladies gave a phenomenal performance. They are now looking toward the conference meet on Saturday, September 22, in Batesville.The Franklin County Boys finished 9th out of 14 teams at the Connersville Invitational. Sophomore, Drew Grant, was the top finisher for Franklin County. He placed 29th, out of 104 boys, with a time of 19:52. Freshman, Ben Maze, was once again, the 2nd best performer for the team. He placed 46th, with a time of 20:42. Despite the heat and hilly course, the team performed well and are preparing for their conference meet on Saturday, September 22nd in Batesville.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Stacey Nobbe.
BATESVILLE, Ind. — Margaret Mary Health and Hoxworth Blood Center canceled their blood drive scheduled for March 31 in order to maintain proper social distancing and comply with recommendations from the Governor. There are still opportunities to donate blood as Neighborhood Donor Centers will remain open at this time. For a list of donation locations select this link.
Versailles, IN—Trooper with the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post are attempting to identify the persons seen in the pictures at right in reference to a theft/fraud investigation. The individuals may possibly be from the Dearborn County area or Cincinnati, Ohio area.Anyone who recognizes the people or vehicle seen in the pictures is urged to contact Trp. Kyle Stovall at the ISP-Versailles Post at (812)689-5000.
RelatedPosts Rangers postpone resumption Big Brother Naija show is a breath of fresh air from bad news – Mr Ibu Breaking: Three die, two injured in Lagos explosion Former Nigeria Premier League champions, Rangers International of Enugu, have confirmed the death of one of its players, Ifeanyi George, as earlier reported by The Eagle Online. The club, via its official Twitter handle: @RangersInt’lfc, announced the shocking death of the forward. “We lost Ifeanyi George this morning,” @RangersInt’lfc tweeted. Reports claimed the late striker and two others were on their way to Lagos from Enugu when they ran under a trailer. George, 26, joined Rangers International FC of Enugu in 2016 from Enyimba FC. He also made his international debut for Nigeria in 2017.Tags: Ifeanyi GeorgeRangers International FCThe Eagle Online
Walsh first won the Easter Monday highlight on Commanche Court for his dad, Ted, in 2000 and then followed up five years later on Martin Brassil’s Numbersixvalverde, who went on to win at Aintree the following season under Slippers Madden. The Willie Mullins-trained Perfect Gentleman was last seen finishing fourth behind Cause Of Causes over four miles at the Cheltenham Festival and Walsh thinks he goes there with an excellent chance. Press Association Champion jockey Ruby Walsh feels Perfect Gentleman has all the right credentials to give him a third win in Monday’s BoyleSports Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse. “I am happy to be riding Perfect Gentleman in the BoyleSports Irish Grand National on Monday. I think he has the right profile for the race and 10-10 is a lovely weight,” he said in his Irish Examiner column. “He ran a blinder in the four-miler in Cheltenham. He was prominent all the way and probably just got run out of it close home. He jumps really well. “It’s a competitive race but I think a novice might win it, something like Lots Of Memories or Perfect Gentleman. “A lot of the handicappers in it are exposed and plenty of them want better ground than we’re likely to get. So, you’ll want to be going for a horse that has shown some bit of form on winter ground. “Perfect Gentleman has plenty of age for a novice as a 10-year-old. I’ve only ridden him once, when he beat Sadler’s Risk in Cork last November. That’s not bad form. “He fell in the Drinmore after that and was second to Gilgamboa at Christmas before being fourth in Cheltenham. “He stays and has shown enough pace to win over two and a half miles so, with luck in running, has a great chance.”
Lukaku’s agent, Federico Pastorello, flew to London on Wednesday in an attempt to resolve his future. The clubs had been some way apart in their valuation of the striker, with United wanting to recoup at least the £75m they paid Everton two years ago.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Inter Milan are close to signing Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku after submitting an improved bid.In July, United rejected Inter’s £54m bid for Lukaku, who has been fined by the club after missing training without permission on Tuesday.Belgium international Lukaku, 26, has trained at his former team Anderlecht for the past two days. Romelu Lukaku
You hear it all the time in life: people complaining about being treated as nothing more than a number. It implies impersonal service and getting lost in the shuffle of bureaucracy. Most people would rather be called by their own name than be referred to as Customer No. 9927867. But still, in large part, numbers define who you are. Think of all the numbers you use as identification every day: your student ID number, bank account number, social security number, even your phone number.Instead of being bothered by this numerological approach to classifying people, I embrace it. In fact, one number in particular means more for me than anything else. It provides a light at the end of the tunnel, a reward for years of hard work and sacrifice, much like social security (hopefully). For myself and several tens of thousands of others just like me out there, it is my place on the Green Bay Packers season ticket waiting list.But there are so many ways to look at the numbers, it’s only right to run it down Arsenio Hall style.That’s right, in honor of the leader of the Dog Pound and host of the short-lived reincarnation of Star Search, let’s delve into the Packer season ticket waiting list and beyond.As Arsenio would say, “Hit me with the digits!”68,784 — My place on the season ticket waiting list. It is a number that is actually ludicrous just to look at. Thanks to an egregious instance of parental oversight, my father missed an opportunity to either a) place his newborn son on the season ticket list some 20-odd years ago or b) put my name on the list once I began to show an unhealthy affinity for sports and the Packers in particular. This would have been around age 4, when I would only eat green food or food packaged in green boxes.Instead, I was left to my own devices, putting my own name on the list at age 18 and dejectedly receiving the first postcard, which informed me my initial place was north of 70,000.4 — Number of tickets each person on the list can request, essentially making 68,748 something a little closer to 260,000. 76.43 — Number of years, rounded to the hundredths place, until 68,784 turns into one, assuming the current rate of moving up approximately 900 spots a year continues. A sobering fact, considering at that point, I would be fortunate to be still alive and eating solid food. If I’m still kicking, when the postcard arrives at the nursing home bearing the good news, I’ll likely break a hip or two. But I’ll walk it off. That’s what Brett would do anyway.In other words, my great-grandchildren had better like football. 1 — Number of women with ties to season tickets I would date. Why only one? Because that’s all it would take.Not to be labeled superficial or anything, but if my best shot to get to see the Packers on a regular basis won’t come until sometime when I’m darn close to pushing the century mark, why not take the short cut if possible. Considering season ticket holders can will them down through family, why not find a nice girl whose family happens to have some tickets for the Green and Gold and set up shop?Just kidding. Partially. Maybe. 1959 –The last year Packers tickets were not sold out on a season-ticket basis. That stretches 249 games and includes a stretch from 1973 to 1988 when the team won no more than eight games in a season. But the season-ticket numbers don’t stop there. Here on campus, the Wisconsin football and basketball teams both see tremendous support.99.5 — The percent of UW basketball season ticket holders who renewed their tickets for the 2007 season, a percentage that is absolutely remarkable. Considering the Kohl Center holds just over 17,000, and each ticketholder likely holds two or more tickets, that means about 40 people who had season tickets last season chose not to re-up. 5 — Consecutive seasons the Kohl Center has been sold out just from season tickets, an impressive feat considering the Badgers don’t exactly have a storied basketball history. 28 — Wisconsin has sold out its last 28 home football games, and has drawn more than 70,000 to 92 consecutive games. There you have it. As they say, the numbers don’t lie. Ben is a junior majoring in journalism and political science. If you have any Packers tickets he could have, or you have season tickets and would like to adopt him, e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have season tickets and are looking for a date, please take a number. Don’t think you’re the only one.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 13, 2015 at 11:04 pm Contact Matt: email@example.com | @matt_schneidman Class of 2016 Syracuse commit Matthew Moyer will transfer from Lincoln (Ohio) High School to play his senior year at South Kent (Connecticut) School, and his new head coach had some high praise.“Matthew is a versatile player that is a match-up nightmare for defenders,” South Kent head coach Kelvin Jefferson said in an email. “He can go inside or out and be equally affective.”Moyer is the lone verbal commit in SU’s Class of 2016 and stands at 6 feet 8 inches and weighs 215 pounds, according to Scout.com. He was invited to the NBPA Top 100 camp, he announced on Twitter Wednesday afternoon and is ranked the No. 58 prospect in his class by ESPN.And while Moyer possesses length that will help the Orange inside, Jefferson also highlighted his versatility on the court and accolades off it.“His length and athleticism enable him to be a high-level rebounder but he can also hit the 3 or lead the break,” Jefferson said. “On top of all of that he is a great kid from a great family. A national honor student who happens to be an elite player. I am looking forward to coaching him.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments