41 Riverview Place, Yeronga.Nestled on a peaceful bend of the Brisbane River, this luxurious residence was featured in Architectural Digest’s ‘Homes that Blur the Line Between Indoors & Out’ for its effortless transition between interior and exterior spaces.The home at 41 Riverview Pl, Yeronga, has Feng Shui-designed living areas and a Japanese-inspired garden, an in-ground trampoline and two heated pools interconnected over two levels by a 1.4m waterfall.41 Riverview Place, Yeronga.A bespoke timber portico and double cedar, rosewood and ebony doors lead into the ground floor, where steps ascend to living and dining spaces separated by a gallery. These areas have high ceilings, sleek tiles, down lighting and decorative cornices, while bordering the dining room is a kitchen with Tasmanian oak cabinetry, an island bench top, breakfast bar and Miele appliances.41 Riverview Place, Yeronga.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoWalls of glass then open to an expansive balcony with a backdrop of beautiful views across the river to the Indooroopilly Golf Course.The balcony then leads down to the property’s established back yard including the two pools, a riverfront deck and powered jetty, an outdoor 12-burner barbecue kitchen with a suspended copper roof and granite counters and the in-ground trampoline, surrounded by irrigated gardens with extensive feature lighting.Back inside, the ground floor also boasts a walk-in 960+ bottle temperature and humidity-controlled wine cellar along with an office that leads out to the Japanese-inspired garden with a water feature.41 Riverview Place, Yeronga.Completing the level is a triple garage, a bathroom and a laundry with an external drying courtyard.Upstairs, five bedrooms surround a sitting room with a study nook. Four of these bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, while the main has a walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite with twin vanities and a bathtub, and sliding glass doors out to a covered balcony with river views.One of the other bedrooms also has an ensuite, while another opens to the balcony. Completing the level are a bathroom and another laundry.41 Riverview Place, Yeronga.Other features of the property include CCTV security and a six-station colour video intercom, remote-controlled exterior sun blinds and retractable insect screens, bespoke wrought iron features and gates, reverse-cycle ducted airconditioning and rainwater tanks.DETAILSFor sale: Expressions of interestAgent: Jack Dixon and Patrick Dixon, Dixon Family Estate Agents
The New York clinic is now asking city leaders to remove Sanger’s name from local streets as well, the New York Times reports. It will now be called the Manhattan Health Center.Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the national organization, said it supported the New York chapter’s decision.“Planned Parenthood, like many other organizations that have existed for a century or more, is reckoning with our history, and working to address historical inequities to better serve patients and our mission,” Melanie Roussell Newman, a spokeswoman for the group, said in the statement.READ MORE: https://www.foxnews.com/us/margaret-sanger-planned-parenthood-ny-eugenics-racismKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox. Fox News 21 July 2020Family First Comment: Planned Parenthood (related to Family Planning in NZ) self-implodes because of its dark deathly history…“Planned Parenthood of Greater New York is removing the name of Margaret Sanger, the founder of the nation’s largest abortion provider, from its New York City clinic due to her “harmful connection to the eugenics movement.”Planned Parenthood of Greater New York is removing the name of Margaret Sanger, the founder of the nation’s largest abortion provider, from its New York City clinic due to her “harmful connection to the eugenics movement,” the group said Tuesday.The announcement comes after more than 350 current and former staffers at the Manhattan clinic, as well as 800 donors, supporters and volunteers, called Sanger “a racist, white woman.” An open letter on June 18 to Planned Parenthood of Greater New York, criticized the organization as “steeped in white supremacy,” the Washington Times reports.For decades, pro-life activists pointed out Sanger’s racism, but in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, Planned Parenthood said it is addressing the problem.“The removal of Margaret Sanger’s name from our building is both a necessary and overdue step to reckon with our legacy and acknowledge Planned Parenthood’s contributions to historical reproductive harm within communities of color,” Karen Seltzer, the chair of the New York affiliate’s board, said in a statement.
Ghana and Greuther Fürth midfielder, Hans Nunoo Sarpei says he tried the art of boxing while growing up.Growing up in Chorkor, a suburb in Accra, Hans Nunoo Sarpei believes he could easily have swapped his football career for one in pugilism.By the coast in Accra, Chorkor and its surroundings have been a hub for the production of boxing giants, with the likes of Azumah Nelson, Joseph Agbeko, Joshua Clottey among others have all emanated from these suburbs.Speaking on Citi TV’s The Tracker show, the 21-year-old revealed he loves football but he could’ve turned out to be a boxer as it is the most popular sport in his community.“Football is my first love but it got to a time I got into boxing for some time. This is because of where I was schooling. Our school was close to a boxing gym around Adedenkpo. So usually after school, we will go and play football.It is during this time that these boxers will come and train, so when they come, we play a game against them, and they will tell us we won so they want a rematch with us in boxing. So we also have to play their sports which is boxing.So in those times, I was also interested in it. So I was training for some time and you know where I grew up it is all about boxing. Therefore every Sunday morning, I will just go put on my gloves and fight against whichever opponent on the streets.So yes, I was a little bit interested in boxing but I think my destiny is football.”