The luxe unit at 5601 Ephraim Island, Paradise Point.As the sun peeks over the horizon, the external blinds of this Paradise Point residence automatically open, to a view of the mountains and the sea from the kitchen.The scenery doesn’t stop there, with the marina and Surfers Paradise visible through ceiling high windows and vast opening stacker doors. The secure complex is also pet friendly. Mrs Green said security was paramount with small children, and the prestige property in the exclusive island community fit the bill. It’s also in close proximity to secluded beaches.“We’re only moving because we decided to build on a block of land at Paradise Waters,” Mrs Green said.The property is being marketed by Rebecca Moffrey and Barbara Posch of Lucy Cole Prestige Properties. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by High tech and high up.The penthouse is equipped with the high tech C-Bus home system, meaning control is at your fingertips. “You can set different scenes with the blinds and lighting to suit different times,” said vendor Joanne Green.The luxe touches continue throughout the renovated abode, with Sydney blue gum and black butt border parquetry flooring , a fire place and a bath tub overlooking the water. The blinds are remote controlled for ease of use.
Roseau, Dominica, April 5, 2012–The perfect match will bowl off today between Dominica Vibes (DA Vibes) and Dominica Brewery. DA Vibes and Dominica Brewery & Beverages Ltd. (DBBL), manufacturers of Kubuli Beer and Loubiere Spring Water,are on the team for West Indies cricket.They have teamed up in an exciting promotion that will captivate the minds of a wide cross-section of Kubuli-drinking and cricket-loving people and help them to win tickets to the Third Digicel Test. Effective April 5, 2012, persons are invited to submit interesting photos of themselves or with their friends, drinking Kubuli Beer.Photos can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must be accompanied by the full name(s), address(es) and contact number(s) of the person(s) submitting the photo. If submitted as a group, the maximum number of persons in the photo should be five as each person will win a ticket to cricket on the day of their choice. Photos submitted will be posted on the facebook pages of Dominica Vibes and Kubuli Beer to allow the public to get in on the action.The public will then vote by “liking” the photo(s) of their choice. A total of 20 daily tickets will be given away during this promotion. The ten individual photos and sixgroup photosreceiving the most “likes” on facebook will be judged by a panel and 20 persons will emerge as winners.Jasmine Hamilton, DBBL’s Sales & Marketing Assistant, says the Kubuli team is excited about this promotion. “We are thrilled that DA Vibes came up with this promotion because Kubuli and cricket go hand-in-hand and this is the perfect way to get people involved. We’re the official beer of the Test and we value our loyal customers, and want to reward them for consuming our products by giving them an opportunity to win tickets. We encourage persons to take photos of themselves drinking Kubuli, wherever they are, and submit their pics,” said Mrs. Hamilton.DA Vibes’ Creative Team said, “With cellular technology, almost everybody has a camera in their hands so it’s not about professional photography, it’s about people having fun and enjoying the beer that they love to drink; the more fascinating the location, the better. We thought it would be the perfect match to team up with Kubuli Beer since it’s the official beer of the Test, to give more persons a chance to win cricket tickets.”Persons must be 18 years and over to participate. The promotion runs up to April 18 and winners will be announced on April 19. Kubuli and Loubiere are the official beer and water for the Third Digicel Test, scheduled for the Windsor Park Stadium in Dominica from April 23-27, 2012. 78 Views no discussions EntertainmentLocalNews Drink Kubuli and enjoy cricket! by: – April 5, 2012 Share Share Sharing is caring! Share Tweet
In this Aug. 23, 2019, file photo, Paul Whelan, a former U.S. marine who was arrested for alleged spying in Moscow on Dec. 28, 2018, stands in a cage as he waits for a hearing in a court room in Moscow, Russia. AFP Speaking after the verdict, U.S. Ambassador John Sullivan denounced the secret trial in which no evidence was produced as an egregious violation of human rights and international legal norms. He described Whelan’s conviction as a mockery of justice and demanded his immediate release. (AP) Whelan, who was arrested in Moscow in December 2018, has insisted on his innocence, saying he was set up. The Moscow City Court read out the conviction of Paul Whelan on charges of espionage and sentenced him to 16 years in a maximum security prison colony. The trial was held behind closed doors. MOSCOW – A Russian court on Monday sentenced an American businessman to 16 years in prison on spying charges, a sentence that he and his brother rejected as being political.
James “Jim” Ronald Keillor, 76 of Greensburg, passed away on Sunday, August 16, 2020. Jim was born in Batesville on May 3, 1944, the son of Ronald and Wanda (Gibson) Keillor. He was a 1962 graduate of Greensburg High School.Jim worked as a Supervisor at PrintPak for nearly 30 years and then was the owner of Koch’s Carry Out and Catering for 25 years. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, and enjoyed watching sports, cooking and going out to eat.Survivors include his son – Kyle (Annette Brouwer) Keillor of Lansing, MI; two brothers – Randy Keillor of Greensburg and Tom (Julie) Keillor of Greensburg; one sister – Lynda Keillor of Greensburg; his former wife Robyn Renee Keillor; and several nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister Nancy Keillor.A Rosary will be held for the family followed by a Funeral Service officiated by Fr. John Meyer on Wednesday afternoon. Visitation for family and friends will follow from 4pm – 7pm at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com.
The in-form Defoe might have collected his third goal for the club he joined last month seconds later, but guided his close-range shot from Jordi Gomez’s shot wide of the far post, while strike-partner Wickham was denied by a combination of keeper Green and the woodwork 10 minutes before the break. Wickham met Adam Johnson’s inswinging cross with a powerful header, which Green managed to turn on to the bar before beating away the rebound, with goal-line technology confirming his heroics. But the Black Cats’ hopes of dragging themselves back into the game suffered a further blow in stoppage time when Phillips picked out Zamora inside the area and he lashed an unstoppable right-foot shot past the helpless Pantilimon and into the top corner. Poyet replaced Gomez with Ricky Alvarez at the break and whatever message the Uruguayan had left ringing in the ears of his players appeared to have got through as they resumed in much more determined fashion. Rangers were dealt a blow just seven minutes into the half when Phillips departed to be replaced by Shaun Wright-Phillips, but they were not unduly affected by the change. However, as time ran down, Sunderland began to establish a momentum and Green had to make a second reaction save, this time to keep out Defoe’s 66th-minute flick from Johnson’s cross, and Alvarez forced him into a diving stop four minutes later with the pressure mounting. The home side battered away at the visitors right up to the final whistle, with the locals repeatedly imploring referee Martin Atkinson to award a penalty as Rangers put their bodies on the line, but ultimately to no avail. Press Association Caretaker boss Chris Ramsey presided over QPR’s first Barclays Premier League away win of the season as chairman Tony Fernandes closed in on his new manager. However, it took two fine saves by goalkeeper Rob Green to deny first Connor Wickham and then Jermain Defoe either side of half-time to preserve the clean sheet and deny Sunderland a way back into the game. Gus Poyet’s men, who were unbeaten in four matches in all competitions before kick-off, were dreadful for much of the game and even the in-form Defoe could not get them out of jail as they succumbed to the same opposition for the second time this season. Fernandes set tongues wagging among the visiting fraternity on Wearside when he suggested via his Twitter account that the search for Harry Redknapp’s replacement was close to an end. He tweeted: “Think I have got my dream manager. Not what anyone thinks. Take a while. Still a bit to go but I’m very happy. Press all wrong.” In the meantime, it was Ramsey’s task to end the club’s appalling away record and he made six changes to the side which succumbed 1-0 to Southampton at the weekend, several of them enforced by injury. The visitors could hardly have made a better fist of it before the break as they took advantage of a monumentally inept display by the Black Cats to give themselves every hope of addressing their chronic bout of travel sickness. Sunderland were spectacularly lethargic from the off and were punished in brutal fashion with 17 minutes gone when Matt Phillips, who terrorised full-back Patrick van Aanholt throughout, crossed for Fer to head firmly past Costel Pantilimon. The Dutchman was unfortunate not to double his tally on the half hour when, after Phillips had skipped past Van Aanholt and squared for him, his side-footed effort came back off a post and ran agonisingly along the goal line before an offside flag spared Sunderland’s blushes. Hours before kick-off Fernandes revealed his hope that he had got his man, sending Michael Laudrup’s odds tumbling, and spirits within the camp soared, with first-half goals from Leroy Fer and Bobby Zamora setting the club on their way to three points on the road after 11 successive defeats. The 2-0 success was QPR’s first win away from Loftus Road since their play-off final victory over Derby at Wembley on May 24 last year and was witnessed by only 395 travelling fans among a crowd of 39,077 at the Stadium of Light.
(REUTERS) – Jamaican sprint great Usain Bolt has no plans to extend his career beyond this year’s world championships in London and has ruled out a return to Australia for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.Bolt, who completed a ‘treble treble’ of 100m, 200m and 4x100m Olympic titles at the 2016 Rio Games, had his 2008 relay gold stripped last month after teammate Nesta Carter’s re-tested sample showed traces of a banned substance.The 30-year-old Bolt also anchored the Jamaican relay team to his only Commonwealth Games gold in Glasgow in 2014 and organisers had hoped that he might extend his career to the next edition on the Gold Coast in April 2018.“To come out here next season, to really train as hard as I need to get to the level I need to win, it’s not going to happen,” Bolt told reporters in Melbourne yesterday.Bolt will lead an international team of ‘All Stars’ in the Nitro Athletics series in the Australian city against four other teams representing England, China, New Zealand and Japan.The first meeting is on tomorrow, with a further two on February 9 and 11.“It is going to be great, going to be something different. Like cricket and Twenty20, it’s going to be different,” Bolt added. “I feel it will catch on — it’s going to bring a lot of excitement to the sport.It is going to be something different, not going to be normal — a lot more exciting. I feel personally it is a great idea. This is why I am a part of it.”
highlights New Delhi: Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal’s return to the court was shortlived as she crashed out in the second round of Thailand Open after being stunned by unseeded Sayaka Takahashi of Japan in the women’s singles event here on Thursday. Seventh seed Saina, who returned to action after nearly two months, squandered a game advantage to lose 21-16 11-21 14-21 against Takahashi in second round duel that lasted 48 minutes.In the absence of PV Sindhu, who withdrew in the last minute from the event, Saina’s ouster marks the end of India’s campaign in the women’s singles.Saina had earlier made last-minute withdrawals from Indonesia Open and last week’s Japan Open because of injuries.However, it was good news for India in the men’s doubles event as the pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty moved into the quarterfinals after registering a straight-game 21-17 21-19 win over Indonesian combination of Fajar Alfian and Muhammad Rian Ardianto. The India duo will next play qualifiers Choi Solgyu and Seo Seung Jae of Korea on Friday.Meanwhile, PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal were static at fifth and eighth spots respectively in the recently released Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings. While both Sindhu and Saina held on to their places in the women’s singles rankings, Mugdha Agrey and Rituparna Das climbed up six and one spot, respectively, to be placed at 62nd and 65th positions. Among the men’s singles shuttlers, Kidambi Srikanth and Sameer Verma managed to hold on to their 10th and 13th spots in the latest rankings issued on Tuesday. B Sai Praneeth, who lost to World No. 1 Kento Momota in last week’s Japan Open semifinals, moved up four places to the 20th position. HS Prannoy (31st), Parupalli Kashyap (35th), Shubhankar Dey (41st), Sourabh and Verma (44th) all moved up the in the men’s singles chart.Among other Indians in men’s singles chart, Ajay Jayram is placed 67th while Lakshay Sen is at 69th spot. The men’s doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty climbed up two places to 16th spot, while the combination of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy is static at 25. Another Indian duo — MR Arjun and Ramachandran Shlok — jumped seven spots to 48.(With Inputs: PTI) Saina Nehwal crashes out of Thailand Open. Saina Nehwal is placed on eighth position in Badminton World’s rankings. PV Sindhu ranks fifth in World rankings. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Related Stories Coleman, Grant combine for 25 points in win over Eastern Michigan Freshman trio of Cooney, Coleman, Grant carries Orange to win against Villanova Published on January 17, 2013 at 12:56 am Contact Chris: email@example.com | @chris_iseman Facebook Twitter Google+ Jerami Grant’s transformation is ongoing, but at an accelerated pace.He’s stronger than he was in high school, and his aggressiveness shows he’s not afraid of the elite talent Syracuse faces on a game-by-game basis. Now he has a chance to perform more, to unveil his full range of talent in extended minutes.With James Southerland ineligible indefinitely, Grant is seeing more playing time off of the bench. Against Villanova Saturday, Grant showed he has the ability to contribute in Southerland’s absence, scoring 13 points and grabbing five rebounds in 29 minutes, the most he’s played all season. With No. 6 Syracuse (16-1, 4-0 Big East) playing No. 1 Louisville (16-1, 4-0) Saturday at the KFC Yum! Center, Grant’s role is even more critical against the Orange’s biggest test so far.Grant’s playing time has been sporadic all year. He’s played as little as one minute (Arkansas Nov. 30), and now as much as 29. Mike Jones coached Grant at DeMatha Catholic High School (Md.), and said regardless of how much Grant plays, he has to play hard for every minute.“If you know that you may only be out there for three or four minutes, you’re going to play as hard as you can for those three or four minutes,” Jones said. “And now that those minutes are going to increase, but if you’ve been playing hard every time you stepped on the floor, it becomes a natural thing that you can continue to do it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textGrant’s always played against top-tier competition. He won two Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles with DeMatha, and he was one of only 11 players to play in the 2012 Jordan Brand Classic. Grant also made the 24-man USA Basketball Under-18 team.Jones said when he watches Grant on television, he sees a stronger version of his former stud player. His lack of strength would’ve been the only thing to inhibit Grant’s ability to contribute immediately as a freshman, Jones said, but that’s been resolved.Grant has put in extra time in the gym to work on his shot, trying to get the ball higher while bringing the ball to his right a little more. It’s not only from the field, but also from the free-throw line, a part of the game where the Orange often struggles.“I used to shoot flat, so I’ve been working on it a lot every day after practice and before practice,” Grant said. “I felt like it’s helping me on my free throws.”Both Jones and Keith Stevens, Grant’s AAU coach for Team Takeover, said Grant is starting to understand how good he is. It’s showing in his aggressiveness on the floor, especially in the type of game he had against Villanova.Stevens said he’s always told Grant he had talent. It was a just a matter of Grant believing it, too.“But I think hearing from Coach Boeheim and the coaching staff the same things that I’ve spoken to him for so long,” Stevens said, “it’s starting to make him realize, like any other player, it’s making him realize he’s just as talented as anybody else.”Stevens said Grant should score 12 or 13 points and grab seven rebounds every time he plays because of his “athleticism” and “motor.”Grant said after Saturday’s game he wanted to raise his intensity and aggressiveness to be a factor at every possible opportunity.“I think it’s just hustle,” Grant said. “Just going after every loose ball, following the ball wherever it’s at.”With Southerland on the bench, Grant has a big role in head coach Jim Boeheim’s rotation in the foreseeable future. Boeheim said his preference is to have his more-experienced players on the court more often. With one of them out, Grant’s stepping up.Jones said Grant’s potential is limitless. He can play multiple positions and give opponents fits at both ends of the floor. Now Grant has the chance to prove it even more.He took advantage of nearly all of his 29 minutes last weekend. He proved he could hold his own on the court against Big East competition. Syracuse needs him to keep producing at that level.“I think it’s a great opportunity,” Stevens said. “He’s in a situation where he’s going to be counted on to help pick up the slack.” Comments