63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auA CAR lover’s dream home that’s hit the market in Brisbane’s inner city can accommodate 11 vehicles and has its own workshop to tinker in. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe 1,012sq m property at 63 Fisher Street in East Brisbane is home to a sprawling Queenslander which has three bedrooms, a study and Airbnb-ready guest accommodation with its own entry, ensuite, kitchenette and patio. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au“Number 63 is certainly a car lover’s dream. It’s every man’s dream,” he said. “It has a large workshop with hoist and lots of car accommodation so if you’re a car collector or working from home as a car collector, it’s very spacious.” 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au“But,” Mr Campbell said, “this site already had a lot to offer.”The property, which is open for inspection from noon to 12.45pm Saturday March 18, was in a prime location, walking distance to 21 restaurants, Woolloongabba stadium, supermarkets and all the benefits of inner city living. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe property also has rear access via Kingfisher Lane.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoReal estate agent Alan Campbell of One Agency Metro West, who is marketing the property with colleague Sue Barnes, said the owners had three properties in row on the market at the same time, one of which was already under contract. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auAccording to Mr Campbell there was also a development underway close by that was to include cinemas – “again you can walk there” and a dog park was 50 metres down the street.He said “all reasonable offers” would be considered. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au“A designer kitchen to die for with quality fixtures and fittings; a man cave perfect for the car collector with a hoist; or a home based business with mezzanine level for storage; a cute little studio for a teen retreat or an aspiring artist, and a self-contained guest room with a shady private patio perfect to let out on Airbnb. Something for everybody and when you want to gather together you have a choice of the spacious rear deck or two verandas to capture breezes and avoid the sun.” 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe property has a price guide of $1.8 million-plus and sits in an area zoned low-medium residential so it has development potential.
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.
ILOILO City – TheDepartment of Science and Technology VI (DOS-6) is set to launch the RegionalScience and Technology Week (RSTW) – its biggest science and technology(S&T) event in Western Visayas. This year’s regionaltheme “Science, Technology and Innovation for the Sustainable Development”features the latest innovation in technologies, products, and researches whichcan help achieve the 17 sustainable development goals of the agency.(With DOST6/JRAGabiota/PN) Last year, the MianayNational High School from Sigma town in Capiz grabbed the championship for therobotics competition, while the Capiz National High School and Ishmael B.Orillos National High School ranked as 1st and 2nd-runners-up, respectively. The activity aims toencourage youngsters to pursue science courses in the future. It is also aplatform for heralding S&T advocacy in the region. Exhibitors showcase their robotics creation during the Western Visayas-Regional Science and Technology Week at a mall in Roxas City, Capiz last year. JRAGABIOTA/DOST6 The Mini-RoboticsWorkshop and Competition on Oct. 21-25 in this city will bring exhibitors fromthe Data Science and Technology Corporation to demonstrate to high schoolstudents some robotics concepts and masterpieces through a workshop that willlast for three days. Aside from themini-robotics workshop and competition, other activities include YES! YouthExplorers of Science, iLounge, Innovation Challenge, nuLab Mobile LearningFacility Bus, and S&T attractions. The RSTW hopes tobring science community and enthusiasts together, particularly technologydevelopers and investors including the S&T service providers, to interact,exchange ideas and pursue potential opportunities in technologycommercialization and linkages. The weeklongcelebration is part of the Iloilo Innovation Expo 2019 which features variousactivities such as the Iloilo Innovation Summit, ILOILOvation Business Matchingand Investment Forum, IFIT Job Fair and National ICT Summit, among others.
Leonardia disclosed the citygovernment has been receiving reports of violation of social distancingmeasures in karaoke and videoke bars, and internet cafés and gaming stations,where persons, particularly minors and youth, converge and socialize withoutregard to the declared health regulations combating COVID-19. In EO No. 25, Section 1 prescribesthat the selling/serving by any business establishment or any person ofliquors, alcoholic beverages, coconut wine, and other nature wines and the likewhich causes intoxication is prohibited while Section 2 states the consumptionof liquor and any alcoholic beverage in public is also prohibited. Moreover, Section 3 states all karaokeand videoke bars and establishments, internet cafés or gaming stations,including Pisonet businesses, are closed to the public. On March 15, Leonardia placed the cityunder a general community quarantine, restricted all land, sea and air travelto and from Bacolod, and enforced curfew hours from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. “There is now an urgent necessity forthe implementation of more stringent forms of social distancing to prevent thetransmission of Covid-19 and it is the intention of the city government toundertake more specific measures to effectively protect its citizens,” themayor stated on his order. Leonardia reiterated the selling,serving and consumption of liquor and other similarly intoxicating drinksencourage gatherings and close contact among people. These defeat theobjectives of community quarantine, he stressed. This after Mayor Evelio Leonardiaissued Executive Order (EO) No. 25. BACOLOD City – The localgovernment unit of this city has prohibited the selling of liquor and orderedthe closure of videoke bars and internet stations as part of its preventivemeasures to curb the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The mayor also suspended the holdingof mass gatherings and public events involving a large number of attendees. (With PNA/PN)
Kenneth R. Bradley, of Sunman, was born on September 5, 1955 in Kentucky, the son of Clyde and Avenelle Craft Bradley. He married Connie G. Bulick and she survives. Kenneth worked for Beatty Construction in Shelbyville, retiring after many years of employment. He served his country in the United States Army and was a member of the Kenneth L. Diver Post #337 Sunman American Legion. Kenneth adored his grandchildren and always treasured time spent with them. He also enjoyed restoring antique cars, his most recent project being a 1957 Chevy. On Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at the age of 61, Kenneth passed away at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. Friends may visit with the family on Sunday, March 12, 2017 from 12 noon until time of service at 2 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman. Full military honors will follow graveside at Little Memory Church Cemetery by the Kenneth L. Diver Post #337 Sunman American Legion. Those surviving who will honor Ken’s memory include his wife, Connie Bradley; son, Chad (Lisa) Bradley of Osgood; 3 grandsons, Jonathon, Josh and Noah Bradley, and a brother, Rod Bradley of Sunman. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Harold Bradley. Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Heart Association or to the National MS Society. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger is honored to care for the family of Kenneth Bradley.
Press Association City boss Manuel Pellegrini revealed following the 3-0 Community Shield loss to Arsenal that Mangala is keen to join the Barclays Premier League champions. Pellegrini told BT Sport: “Some papers are maybe missing but we continue having interest in the player, he wants to come so we will see what happens in the week.” France defender Eliaquim Mangala is close to making a move to Manchester City from Porto.
Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at email@example.com. MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020 Latest Posts Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 ELLSWORTH — The moment didn’t unfold as Colby Clarke anticipated, but it ended with him being mobbed by fans and teammates.With a little over a minute remaining in the first overtime period of the Ellsworth boys’ soccer team’s home game against George Stevens Academy on Monday, Clarke carefully paced inside the penalty area as he awaited a free kick. He was expecting to keep his eye on the goalkeeper and make sure the kick reached an open teammate.Instead, the kick took a funny bounce on the way through. It landed in front of Clarke, and he was able to make just enough contact to roll it past the GSA goalkeeper and into the back of the net. An Ellsworth team that hadn’t led at any point during the game had won, and Clarke and his teammates sprinted up the hill on the east side of the football stadium to celebrate.Ellsworth’s Brad Smith (front) and GSA’s Erik Taylor-Lash battle for the ball during the first half of a high school boys’ soccer game Sept. 12 in Ellsworth. Ellsworth won the game 3-2. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLClarke’s goal with 53 seconds left in overtime gave Ellsworth a 3-2 victory over GSA on Monday night. It was the team’s first overtime win of the season.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“I was just going to play around the goalkeeper to make sure Trent Goodman or one of our other players could get it, and it bounced through,” Clarke said. “It went right to me, and I had space to hit it in.”Merely getting to overtime was hard for Ellsworth. Early goals from John Larson and Taylor Schildroth had given GSA a 2-0 lead less than 10 minutes into the game, and the visitors maintained that advantage going into halftime. Just like it did in its 2-1 overtime loss to Old Town last week, Ellsworth was forced to chase the game.A Carter Frank goal with 32:14 left in the second half got Ellsworth back in it, and it was less than a minute later when the referee awarded Ellsworth a penalty kick after a GSA handball. Clarke stepped up to take the kick and blasted it to the goalkeeper’s left to tie the game. With just under three minutes left in regulation, the home team nearly won when a shot that seemed destined for the back of the net was instead saved in the top corner to send the game to overtime.Both teams wasted good opportunities early in overtime to win the game, but Ellsworth (3-1) didn’t waste its second chance. Clarke’s slow, rolling shot seemed as if it took an eternity to edge past the goal line, but it was a feeling of elation for the Ellsworth players once it finally did.“We lost a similar game last week against Old Town, and it was such a relief that this one ended differently,” Ellsworth coach Paul Lock said. “It was a tough game, but that was what good soccer looks like.”That loss to Old Town a week prior was one that took a toll on Ellsworth’s players. The team had scored a goal with minutes left in the game after trailing for most of it but saw it all go for naught when the Coyotes scored in overtime to win. Monday night had a similar feeling, and the Eagles made sure the outcome was a different one.As the Ellsworth players left the student section to return to the bench, Clarke, Goodman and Trent Mahon wrapped arms. The three of them were out of breath as they walked back to the sideline together. After a long game, they had nothing left to give.Ellsworth boys’ soccer players Trent Goodman (left), Colby Clarke (middle) and Trent Mahon link arms after celebrating Clarke’s game-winning goal against GSA on Sept. 12 in Ellsworth. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELL“The thing about these guys is they always find a way to keep going,” Lock said. “They don’t give up on any ball or any play, and they got rewarded for that tonight.”For GSA (2-1), this loss was hard to take. The team had failed to take advantage of a breakaway opportunity early in overtime, and Ellsworth didn’t let it have another chance to come away with a road win.Even after Ellsworth’s players had left the stadium, a few GSA players were still on the bench. Some stared at the night sky in disbelief as they tried to process the defeat, and there was little more than silence to be heard.“This was a great chance for us to earn a win against a good team, and we were ready for that,” GSA head coach Mark Ensworth said. “It’s obviously disappointing, but give credit to Ellsworth. They’re a team that gets tougher as the game goes on, and they showed that tonight.”Ellsworth’s next game will be on the road against the Hermon Hawks (1-2-1) at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15. GSA faces the Dexter Tigers (0-4) at home at 4 p.m. that day. Bio
Raiders face Falcons in attempt to regain form; Jets hope to topple unbeaten BullsBy Joe ChapmanTWO crucial match-ups are on tonight, as Retrieve Raiders try to regain some footing after suffering two early losses against Bankers Trust Falcons. Unbeaten Half Mile Bulls, who have won their two matches played so far, are seeking to remain unbeaten against the Amelia’s Ward Jets side who have won twice and lost once, as the Mackenzie Sports Club Open basketball championship organised by the Linden Amateur Basketball Association (LABA) resumes at the MSC hard court.The Raiders entered this championship, which will decide the official senior basketball club champions as the number one seed, but have stuttered along the way with losses to second-ranked Bulls and fourth seed Jets and now have to regain some form if they wish to reach the semifinals of this seven-club competition.The Raiders have looked lethargic so far and their energies surround the likes of guard Keon Cameron, Shamar Chapman, Coel Winter and Travis Sutton as the future players in this experienced lineup, who still depend somewhat on Neil Marks and Abdulla Hamid.Falcons, on the other hand, with two losses are looking to record their first win like their opponents. Both are on two points. Their best players have been Akeel Primo, Quincy Richmond and Devon Thompson.The Bulls versus Jets encounter should be very interesting. It brings together two leading clubs. The Bulls have four points after two wins and the Jets have two wins and one loss for five points.The Jets are dependent on the Webster brothers Allister, Adrian and Joel. Young Akini Wilson has added his name on the score sheets as well as Donnel Benjamin and Emmanuel Archibald, but they would hope their best shooter Orin Rose can find his form now.The Bulls are a strong unit but Terron Welch their potent scorer is still to be at his best and their addition of Vibert Benjamin should be a plus. Without the inside presence of Travin Dryden however, they may struggle and hope that Jason Blair, Joebie Easton and Keifer Tappin come to the party.These games tonight could give an indication of what one can expect eventually as the tournament gains momentum.
THE sixth annual memorial softball match for the late and former Guyana Under-19 cricketer Shivanandan Madholall is set for Sunday at the Reliance Sports Club ground in Essequibo. The elegant and attacking left-handed batsman, who also represented Essequibo at the senior inter-county level passed away at the age of 31 following a brief illness.When contacted by Chronicle Sport, his eldest brother and former national youth batsman Rovendra Madholall, who now resides in Canada, confirmed that the one-day event should be an exciting affair since current and past Essequibo inter-county players will be in action.“I am still saddened by my brother’s sudden demise yet I am honoured to play my role in being a sponsor for the match, since it is what my brother enjoyed as a promising player,” stated Rovendra. Meanwhile, Reliance Hustlers Cricket Club will match their skills against Relaince Veterans XI commencing at 11:00hrs in the highly anticipated 20 overs encounter.Leading the Hustlers will be former National T20 all-rounder Ramesh Narine, along with former National Under-17 batsman Rovendra Parasram, Mark Austin and Trevis Simon. The Veterans will be led by former Essequibo Under-19 player Ravindra Madholall, Latchmikhant Narine, Dinesh Joseph and former National Under-19 left-arm spinner Ray Reid.Uniforms will be presented to the two teams while trophies and other memorabilia will form part of the presentation at the conclusion of the match.Among the other sponsors are Ravindra Madholall, Narindra Madholall, former National Under-15 player Devon Ramnauth and Platinum Lounge and Sports Bar of Canada.The family of the late Madholall also wishes to thank all those who have contributed to the event and has extended an invitation to the public to witness a planned and fun-filling day at the picturesque venue. Additionally, according to the Madholall brothers the game will also serve to remember their late father Seeram Madholall who died in 2017 and who also was a colourful and dynamic cricketer. (Elroy Stephney)