Miller Developments disposals give 3% uplift

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Indonesian Priska Nugroho wins Australian Open Junior trophy

first_imgIndonesian tennis player Priska Madelyn Nugroho and Alexandra Eala of the Philippines have won the Australian Open Junior Championship trophy in the women’s doubles category. The final match was held at the 13th court of Melbourne Park on Friday where the pair defeated Ziva Falkner of Slovenia and Matilda Muvtadzic of Britain in two straight sets, 6-1, 6-2.The fourth seeded Priska/Alexandra pair did not let any chance slip by and managed to orchestrate the entire match right from the start. They swept the first five games and closed the first set 6-1.The Falkner/Muvtadzic pair managed to snatch two games in the second set as it seemed they didn’t want to let Priska and Alexandra breath after winning the first game of the second set. But then Priska and Alexandra bounced back and were able to lead the whole affair, sealing the second set 6-2.Priska has followed the winning trail that Angelique Widjaja blazed 18 years ago. Angelique, partnered with Gisela Dulko of Argentina, defeated Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia and Matea Mezak of Ukraine 6-2, 5-7, 6-4.Topics :last_img read more

Cupcake queen Elise Strachan lists Tallebudgera home

first_imgElise Strachan’s Tallebudgera home is for sale.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoThe home features several separate living spaces, including a three-bedroom, two-bathroom ‘kids wing’ and a ‘parent’s retreat’ with its own lounge, office and library.Not surprisingly, the house has not one, but two, kitchens. The home cinema inside the Tallebudgera house.It’s a kids’ playground outside, with a two-storey treehouse and full adventure playground, complete with zip line. Elise Strachan, and her husband Alec, at home with her new cookbook. Photo: Steve Holland.CUPCAKE queen Elise Strachan, and her husband Alec, are selling their sprawling Tallebudgera estate in the Gold Coast hinterland.The five-bedroom, four-bathroom house on a massive 4925 sqm at 28 Dungogie Drive is on the market for offers over $1.799 million. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The kitchen in the home at 28 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera. The home at 28 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera.The Gold Coast mother-of-two has since had over one billion hits, ten million social media followers, published her own cookbook and starred in a US TV show. Inside the home at 28 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera.The main kitchen has waterfall benches and Gaggenau appliances including a steam oven, teppanyaki grill, oversized oven and both gas and induction cooktops.The additional butlers kitchen is huge and boasts a walk-in pantry. The outdoor undercover area in the home at 28 Dungogie Dr, Tallebudgera.The property is for sale through LJ Hooker Mudgeeraba’s John Fischer and Ilona Barry.Elise began MyCupCakeAddiction in 2011, posting videos to Youtube of her baking creations such as her Skittles Rainbow cake or Frozen cakepops. The bar in the home at 28 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera.Other features include a bar and wine cellar, home cinema, games room, resort-style pool with waterfall, jacuzzi and steam room. This property at 28 Dungogie Dr, Tallebudgera, is for sale.Records show the couple paid $1.38 million for the property in August 2015.Marketed as “your ultimate dream home”, the house is set in the exclusive Tallebudgera Park estate and surrounded by million-dollar acreage properties. COUPLE’S $43K-A-MONTH REAL ESTATE COUP SPIKE IN TENANCY DISPUTES RURAL HOMES OFF TO A FLYING START last_img read more

European pension funds back energy storage fund

first_imgSUSI Partners has raised €252m of capital at the final close of its energy storage infrastructure fund.The Swiss investment manager said SUSI Energy Storage Fund (SESF) received the capital commitments from institutional investors in Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden and Switzerland at the end of May.European pension investors backing the fund included Germany’s Versorgungswerk for the district medics’ association in Trier, and VZB, the €1.5bn pension fund for the Berlin dentists’ association.Other investors included PME, the €68bn Dutch pension fund for the metalworking and mechanical engineering industries, and PKE, the CHF10bn (€8.6bn) pension fund for Switzerland’s energy sector. Launched in 2017, SESF invests OECD-wide in projects using different storage technologies, whereby technology risks are outsourced by long-term manufacturer guarantees.The manager said SESF had already completed two investments worth around €90m, and was working on an additional four deals worth another €90m.Marco van Daele, the CIO at SUSI Partners, said: “We see many interesting investment opportunities with an attractive risk/return profile in this new and fast-growing field.“Energy storage is a key technology that enables the systemic integration of renewable energy producers and thus contributes significantly to the global CO2 reduction goals.”last_img read more

Bill ‘forces same-sex marriages on church’ – lawyer 28 Aug 2012Church ministers with a moral objection to gay marriage would be criminalised by refusing to wed same-sex couples if a new bill becomes law, a legal opinion states. The view of Ian Bassett on Louisa Wall’s ”marriage equality” bill, commissioned by conservative lobby group Family First, was released today. It came as a petition against the bill signed by about 50,000 people was delivered to Parliament this afternoon. The bill is expected to pass its first reading when it is debated at Parliament tomorrow. Bassett’s opinion suggests church ministers, marriage celebrants and even wedding photographers who withheld their services to same-sex couples on the grounds of a moral objection to gay marriage would be breaking the law if Wall’s bill passed. It rejects the view of the Human Rights Commission, issued late last week, which said religious ministers would still be allowed to refuse to marry anyone – including same-sex couples – if Wall’s bill passed. The Human Rights Commission statement was ”legally incorrect,” Bassett said.“If a marriage celebrant is available to exercise his or her statutory role, he or she cannot refuse to do so by reason of any prohibited ground of discrimination (ie. such as sexual orientation),” his opinion stated. The practical effect of the bill, if enacted, would be that church ministers with moral objections to same sex marriage would likely “withdraw totally from the statutory role of marriage celebrant; withdraw totally from providing religious marriage ceremonies to the public; continue providing religious marriage ceremonies only to members of his or her own church”. Also as a result of the bill, a church could not refuse to rent out its premises to its members for a same-sex wedding on the grounds of their sexuality. Church ministers with moral objections to renting out church facilities for same sex marriage functions and who wanted to ”avoid the risk of being forced to do so,” would ”likely withdraw from making their church facilities available to any member of the public, including play-groups, senior citizen or other community groups”. ”The consequences for churches and communities would be significant,” Bassett’s opinion said. read more

Former Barbadian PM to address DLP delegates conference

first_imgLocalNews Former Barbadian PM to address DLP delegates conference by: – May 19, 2012 Share 11 Views   no discussions Share Sharing is caring!center_img Tweet Share Former Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Authur. Photo credit: Caribbean 360 NewsFormer Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Authur is expected to address the Dominica Labour Party’s delegate’s conference as a guest speaker on Sunday.Authur, who is the political leader of the Barbados Labour Party, is expected to speak on issues related to regional integration as well as the Caribbean Single Market and Economy; two areas which he championed during his tenure as a regional leader. Government ministers will also address the delegates on their stewardship over the past year as well as party leader and Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.The delegates are also expected to deliberate on a number of resolutions being put forward for the consideration of the conference as well as to elect the National executive to serve the Dominica Labour party for the next year. The party is also preparing to host its annual awards ceremony on Sunday 27th May at the Pierre Charles Secondary School in Grand Bay as part of activities to mark the Party’s 57th anniversary. Thirty-one awardees will be recognized for their unwavering support and commitment to the party over the years. The conference will take place in St. Joseph which will commence from 10:00am. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Besiktas have eight COVID-19 cases

first_img Loading… Besiktas announced via two statements that President Ahmet Nur Cebi had contracted the illness, then that further blanket tests across the entire squad and club employees flagged up eight positive results. read also:Everton striker Cenk Tosun open to Besiktas move They have been quarantined as per the medical protocol, as the Turkish Super Lig is set to resume on June 12. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The WorldBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThis Is The First Meme Ever, According To The Internet The coronavirus continues to affect football all over the world, with many teams having at least one positive case.Advertisement Turkish club Besiktas confirmed their club President and eight people between the squad and staff have tested positive for COVID-19.last_img read more

Kentucky officials looking for volunteers to get drunk

first_imgRichmond, Ky. —  The Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice is looking for volunteers to get drunk and help train recruits. In a Facebook post the organization said:Volunteers “will consume regulated amounts of alcohol, then undergo the sobriety tests conducted by recruits.Trainers will serve bourbon, vodka and rum with mix options of Coke or orange juice. Volunteers will not allowed to leave the training site until they test .00 BAC, no exceptions.The training will take place March 21, April 25 and June 6 at 11:30 a.m. in Richmond, Kentucky. It wasn’t immediately clear if non-Kentucky residents were eligible, but more information can be obtained by emailing Brooke Norton at or call 859-622-6453.last_img

Rose Lynn Campbell, age 66

first_imgAfter a beautiful life and a long fight with Huntington’s Disease, Rose Lynn (Mountjoy) Campbell originally of Danville, KY and long-time resident of Batesville, IN, has been called home to be reunited with her husband, the late Larry Campbell, her parents and 2 of her brothers.As a young girl, she loved being at the pool, on the lake with friends and enjoying beach vacations with her brothers and cousins. Rose Lynn loved all of her family, but especially her brothers, the late Bobby Mountjoy, the late Mark (Judy) Mountjoy and Shawn (Lencia) Mountjoy. She met Larry on a blind date and the rest is history. They were married when she was 19 and together went to Western Kentucky University and later graduated from the University of Kentucky. They lived in Winchester, KY for many years and have great friends that we still keep in touch with. God blessed them with 8 years together, before they had their first child and they spent that time traveling and making a lot of memories with their beloved friends and family.The biggest University of Kentucky sports fanatic would never admit to being a Hoosier, but after Larry’s job led them to Indiana in 1985, it quickly became home. A place where they not only raised their family, but helped build the community. Rose Lynn was a devoted Christian, a teacher, a member of the school board and with the help of Larry they started the Batesville Youth Football program. Her biggest achievement was raising her 4 kids, Kyle (Karen), Kevin (Tasha), Lance (Rhea) and Melissa Rose (Blair) Kramer and loving her 14 grandchildren. She spent most of her time at their sporting events – she never missed a game!Rose Lynn loved having her house full of kids and she treated them all like part of the family.  You never walked into her house without there being a huge spread of food and a big hug waiting for you. Her nieces and nephews loved coming to “Camp Campbell” to be spoiled by her love and all of the sweets!You are welcome to come visit, outside at an open-house on Friday, July 10, 2020, from 4:00-8:00 PM at St. Mary of the Rock (17440 St. Mary’s Rd., Batesville, IN 47006). A private service will be held with the family.In lieu of flowers, a Memorial has been set-up to support the Batesville area youth, in care of Meyers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 202, Batesville, IN 47006.You are welcome to leave a message at on Rose’s obituary page for the family in the online guestbook.last_img read more

Club Brugge reject Dortmund bid for Dennis

first_imgRelatedPosts Arsenal, Leeds, Everton battle for €40m Dennis Reinier completes Dortmund loan switch Manchester United target Sancho says ‘happy’ at Dortmund Belgian team Club Brugge have rejected a 10 million Euros offer from Borussia Dortmund for Emmanuel Dennis.Super Eagles’ forward Dennis has been the target of several top clubs in England, Italy, France and Germany after his recent exploits in both the UEFA Champions League and Europa League.The German media reported Dortmund have tabled an initial offer of 10 million Euros for Dennis.The bid was promptly turned down by Club Brugge, who value the forward between 25 and 30 million Euros.Another report this week suggested that the Belgian club will go for the highest bidder as they hope to cash in on the player they signed from Ukrainian club FC Zorya three years ago.Dennis, 22, has been linked with Dortmund, Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen in Germany, Sheffield United, Newcastle United and Southampton in the Premier League as well as Napoli in the Italian Serie A and French Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco.Tags: Borussia DortmundClub Bruggelast_img read more