The dining and living room at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.The living areas are open plan including the lounge area, dining and rumpus room. There is also a separate formal lounge room.The home has ducted airconditioning, ducted vacuum and there are ceiling fans throughout as well as high ceilings and plantation shutters.The fully fenced yard is 640 sqm and the home is within walking distance of schools. There is easy access to the Bruce Highway, Westfield North Lakes, Ikea, Bunnings and the North Lakes Bus Terminal. The home at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.BARRIE Titheridge and his wife Yanming Wang bought their home at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes, three years ago.Mr Titheridge said it was an existing house and the size really appealed to them.“It is a very large house on a large block which is unusual for North Lakes,” he said.He said it had four bedrooms, a large entertainment area and media room, and ticked all their boxes.“And it is tiled throughout, which certainly was a plus,’’ he said. “I really like the rumpus room; it is so airy and spacious and the large triple-fold doors open out onto the balcony.’’Mr Titheridge said the home was a bit big for them now and they were downsizing to an apartment at Kangaroo Point. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The kitchen at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.He said the thing he liked about North Lakes was there were so many facilities.He said there was also a really good golf course in the area.“It (the house) would be a great place to raise a large family, plenty of room,’’ he said.The main bedroom has a large walk-in wardrobe as well as an ensuite which has a stone vanity, his and hers basins and a double-size shower.There is a study nook and the kitchen has stone benchtops, and plenty of bench and storage space. The floorplan of 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.
The 4 GW IJmuiden Ver zone is one of the three areas identified by the Dutch Offshore Wind Energy Roadmap 2030. TenneT will install two 2 GW direct current connections at the wind farm zone to transfer electricity generated by IJmuiden Ver offshore wind farms to land. The deadline for submitting bids is midnight on 13 October, with the contract(s) coming into effect on 3 December. As announced in July, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), has now issued an invitation to tender for geotechnical soil investigations at the IJmuiden Ver Wind Farm Zone (IJVWFZ), located some 62 kilometres off the Dutch coast. The Dutch government will issue two tenders for the permits to develop the zone. In 2023, developers will bid for IJmuiden Ver I and II sites, and in 2025 for IJmuiden Ver III and IV. The tender is divided into two lots, one to be awarded for seabed Core Penetration Testing (CPT) and the other one for a borehole campaign.
Sharing is caring! 93 Views 15 comments Share Share Danny JosephDanny Joseph of Steber Street is now out on $20, 00.00 bail after a “no objection to bail” submission from police Prosecutor Innocent Toussaint.Joseph was charged on June 7th, 2012 for “allegedly” wounding Omar Thomas on 3rd June, 2012 at the Krazy Kokonuts in Castle Comfort.He was not allowed to enter a plea as the offence is indictable.His attorney, Dawn Yearwood Stuart, did not make an application for bail on her client’s behalf and informed the court that he was already on bail for allegedly committing another offence [murder].However on Thursday, Joseph’s father appeared in court and stood as his son’s surety.He was ordered to comply with his previous bail condition set by the high court to report every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the Roseau police station.Joseph was “warned” by magistrate Candia Carrette George to, “stay away from places where you will get yourself in trouble and continue to abide by your bail conditions”.The preliminary inquiry is set for September 3rd, 2012.Jeremian “Miah” Challenger photo credit: facebookMeanwhile, Jeremiah “Miah” Challenger of Bath Estate will remain on remand for a few more days.Challenger along with five other men were jointly charged on 6th July, 2012 for “conspiracy” to import thirty thousand grams of cocaine into Dominica on 5th July, 2012.Just 2nd September last year, Challenger was jointly charged with four other men on six drug related offenses and was granted $200, 000.00 bail by magistrate Ossie LewisAfter hearing from both police prosecutor Innocent Toussaint and Challenger’s attorney Gina Dyer Monroe who replaced his previous attorney Wayne Norde, his application for bail was denied by Carrette George“You are already on bail and you should have been behaving,” she said to the defendant before denying his bail.She also ordered that the prosecution disclose whatever information they have gathered so far from their investigation to the Challenger’s lawyer.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Steber Street man accused of wounding gets bail by: – July 12, 2012 Share Tweet
The Indiana High School Track State Finals took at The Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex at Indiana University in Bloomington.The Boys events took place on Friday (6-5) while The Girls event was on Saturday (6-6).For our area boys, East Central’s Nathan Corn placed in the Top 10 in The Pole Vault placing 9th, Batesville’s Pete Heil was 19th in The 300 Hurdles, and North Decatur’s Evan Wallpe took 26th in The Discus Throw.For our area girls, Greensburg’s Arieaunna Hampton placed in the Top 5 in The High Jump finishing 5th.Congratulations to our area Track Athletes from Country 103.9 WRBI.Courtesy of the IHSAA.
CRYSTAL, Mich. (June 6) – Gary VanderMark’s late-race heroics put him in victory lane Saturday at Crystal Motor Speedway.Milt Montgomery held the early lead in the All-Star Performance IMCA Modified event with Dan Wiggins, Tim Sooy and Myron DeYoung in tow.DeYoung made a furious charge and pulled even with Montgomery. DeYoung made the pass for the lead with three to go but lost an engine coming to the white flag.VanderMark jumped up from second and went on to win the feature over Chad Wernette and Joe Fowler.
Manchester: Manchester United swept into fourth place in the Premier League as Anthony Martial’s sublime strike inspired their 3-0 win over struggling Fulham on Saturday. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side took the lead through Paul Pogba’s clinical finish early in the first half at Craven Cottage. But it was Martial who stole the show as the winger raced over half the length of the pitch before finishing emphatically to double United’s lead before half-time. That swaggering solo effort was followed by the influential Pogba’s second-half penalty as United moved into fourth place, one point above Chelsea, who face Manchester City on Sunday. Winners of six consecutive away games in all competitions for the first time since May 2009, United are firmly in the hunt for a top four finish after trailing 11 points behind those places on the day Jose Mourinho was sacked in December. They have won 10 of 11 matches in all competitions since Solskjaer replaced Mourinho as interim boss. United remain unbeaten under their former striker Solskjaer, who has lifted the gloom from the unlamented Mourinho’s divisive reign and put himself in contention to land the job on a permanent basis. United’s stroll by the banks of the River Thames was the perfect preparation for their Champions League last 16 first leg against Paris Saint Germain at Old Trafford on Tuesday. Fulham are second bottom having lost five of their last six league games and face a daunting task to avoid relegation. With United’s clash against PSG on his mind, Solskjaer made six changes, leaving out Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Victor Lindelof. Those switches left United looking uncertain in the opening moments and Luciano Vietto reached Andre Schurrle’s cross, only to scuff his half-volley wide when he should have hit the target. Schurrle fired over from close-range after Alexsandar Mitrovic harried Chris Smalling into another mistake moments later. But on a blustery afternoon, United had riden their luck and were about to blow Fulham away. They took the lead with a superbly constructed goal that exposed the Premier League’s leakiest defence in the 14th minute. Ander Herrera deftly evaded a sliding lunge from Jean-Michael Serri and picked out Martial on the edge of the Fulham area.Electric United Martial’s perfectly-weighted pass caught Fulham flat-footed and Pogba took Sergio Rico by surprise with a fierce strike from a tight angle that flashed past the Fulham keeper at his near post. It was Pogba’s seventh goal since Solskjaer took charge, underlining how the France star has come out of his shell following the departure of his nemesis Mourinho.Since Solskjaer’s arrival, Pogba, now deployed in a free-roaming role that better suits his personality, has been directly involved in more goals, either scoring or assisting, than any other Premier League player. Yet Pogba was reduced to the role of admiring spectator for once when his compatriot Martial doubled United’s lead in the 23rd minute. Jones started the electric counter-attack, winning possession and spreading the ball wide to Martial just inside the United half. Fulham had thrown too many players forward and they were ruthlessly punished.Martial accelerated past Maxime Le Marchand and left Denis Odoi trailing in his wake before bending a fine finish into the far corner.Martial, another United star who felt slighted by Mourinho’s acerbic tongue, is back to his best and his 11th goal of the season was the perfect way to celebrate signing a new five contract recently. With Fulham impotent in attack, boss Claudio Ranieri was jeered when he replaced Schurrle with defender Cyrus Christie early in the second half. United piled on the misery for Ranieri in the 65th minute. Romelu Lukaku’s pass found Juan Mata just inside the area and Le Marchand responded with a panicked shove, conceding a penalty that Pogba converted in typically nonchalant style. Manchester United have won 10 out of 11 games ever since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge.Manchester United are six points behind third-placed Tottenham Hotspur.Manchester City lead the table ahead of Liverpool in the Premier League. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Gary Gait knew Pennsylvania’s defense was sliding from Halle Majorana to Kayla Treanor. When Treanor would begin to penetrate, Majorana would be open.And with a minute left in the first half, the Syracuse head coach called timeout and came up with a play to take advantage.Treanor began to move toward the goal and when the Quakers slid, she threw a high lob just to the left of the UPenn crease. Majorana jumped in the air and swatted the ball into the back of the net to give Syracuse a two-goal lead.Treanor, who usually celebrates goals without excessive gestures, lifted her left arm in the air with her stick and her right arm, too, while running to Majorana.“Anytime you can draw something or you take a timeout and you can execute it, it really builds a lot of confidence going into halftime,” Gait said. “We were happy we executed and then we came out and played well in the second half.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThat goal came in the middle of a 5-1 run that swung the game in the Orange’s favor. No. 4-seeded Syracuse (15-7, 3-4 Atlantic Coast) advanced to the NCAA tournament quarterfinals with a 13-10 win over Penn (14-5, 6-1 Ivy) on Sunday afternoon at SU Soccer Stadium. The Orange will play Loyola (17-4, 8-0 Patriot) next weekend in the Carrier Dome.Treanor, a Tewaaraton Award finalist, shined again with four goals and two assists while also taking draw controls in the middle of the game. After halftime, Syracuse scored four goals in an eight-minute span and Treanor contributed on three of them with a goal, an assist and a draw control that sparked a fast break.“I think we took control in the first 10 minutes of the second half,” Gait said, “and really kind of just carried it through the rest of the way.”Thirteen minutes into the game, Treanor won her first draw control. She alternated throughout the game with SU’s regular specialist Kailah Kempney, who is third all-time in the NCAA in career draw controls. After struggling early, Treanor gave her a rest.Though Penn outdrew Syracuse 13-11, Treanor’s contributions in the circle helped mightily on the Orange’s 5-1 run.With a 10-7 lead, Treanor flung the ball off the draw to Taylor Poplawski. She then passed to Riley Donahue, who scored easily from just outside Penn’s crease. The goal gave the Orange its largest lead of the game.“There was a sway in the draws a little bit at one point when they got them for a while and they had the ball more,” Penn head coach Karin Corbett said. “That’s a game about possession. If you have the ball more, you most likely are going to win.”With the game already in hand, Treanor scored SU’s final goal with three minutes left, leaving her mark in a game she controlled in many ways.Afterward, Gait discussed the importance of getting big contributions from his team’s best players in the playoffs.On Sunday, Treanor did it all.Said Treanor: “Luckily we started turning things around and things started going our way.” Comments Published on May 10, 2015 at 6:21 pm Contact Paul: firstname.lastname@example.org | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+
Also Read | Warriors Make A Touching Gesture; Invite Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting Victims To A GameMLB: No more suspensionsLos Angeles Times journalist Bill Shaikin added more information about the meeting which happened in October. Shaikin informed that commissioner Dan Halem stated that the minor league would be open to allow tests for opioids in the 2020 season. Shaikin added that marijuana and opioids were both considered as ‘drugs of abuse’ under baseball’s policies. However, major leaguers were only being tested for performance-enhancing drugs and not for marijuana or opioids. The fact that minor leaguers face suspension for ‘marijuana and opioids’ was completely uneven. According to Shaikin’s report, 13 minor leaguers have faced a suspension for testing positive for marijuana in 2019. Minor League Baseball has removed marijuana from its list of banned substances. The Athletic’s journalist, Ken Rosenthal reported that Major League Baseball is eliminating marijuana from its list as part of a negotiation with the player’s union regarding a new agreement on opioids. Effectively, it means that marijuana would be legalized across baseball. Deputy Commissioner Dan Halem said the league would “absolutely” like to test for opioids during the 2020 season. Minor league baseball to stop testing for marijuana.Not performance enhancing & while only anecdotal evidence in US, it’s efficacy is being proven every day.https://t.co/UiDOA0s8VR@realbramw @andypollin1 @espn630dc @carolmaloney4 #MedicalCannabis pic.twitter.com/Jjm382beXw— Shad from DC (@shadfromdc) December 10, 2019 SUBSCRIBE TO US Abhishek Shetty Last Updated: 11th December, 2019 20:42 IST MLB To Allow Use Of Marijuana Across Baseball; Even Minor Leaguers Exempt From Tests MLB: According to Shaikin’s report, 13 minor leaguers have faced a suspension for testing positive for marijuana in 2019. Read on for more information. FOLLOW US LIVE TV First Published: 11th December, 2019 20:42 IST Also Read | Diego Maradona Loses His Cool And Goes Berserk During Gimnasia’s 2-1 Win COMMENT An article published by CBS Sports states that under the current regulation, minor leaguers who are there in their team’s 40-man roster are excluded from marijuana tests. Whereas those who are not there in the 40-man roster are actively tested for the use of the substance. Those who test positive for the first time in the non 40-man list are suspended for 25 games. Non 40-man players are handed a 100-game suspension when they test positive for the drug three times. If they are tested positive the fourth time, they are banned for life.Also Read | ISL: Points Table At Halfway Mark After Gameweek 7, ATK And Bengaluru FC Rule The RoostAlso Read | Chelsea Suffer Major Injury Blow Before Their Crucial Champions League Clash Against Lille Written By WATCH US LIVE
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis ALPENA, Mich.— The application deadline for businesses interested in opening a medical marijuana facility in Alpena has officially closed. The deadline wrapped up Monday, so far with five applicants hoping to be selected.All applications will be reviewed by Alpena City council members who will grade them using a rubric scale. Only two medical marijuana business licenses will be granted for operation within city limits.The Alpena city manager will determine the two finalists this year.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious AG Nessel announces debt relief for Art Institutes of Michigan Students Next Council members approve wage increase
WEEK 14 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerWatch: Live Fantasy Football Start ’em Sit ’em Advice Week 14Traditional live chat on Fantasy Alarm! , The fantasy playoffs are finally here in most leagues, and it’s all about surviving and advancing. Thankfully, Fantasy Alarm fantasy experts Jennifer Piacenti and Howard Bender can you do just that. They’ll go live from 11 a.m. ET until kickoff, dishing out start ’em, sit ’em advice, NFL DFS tips, injury updates, stats, trends, and more. You can also join Fantasy Alarm’s traditional live chat and have all of your fantasy football questions by more Fantasy Alarm experts. Also, check out the Fantasy Alarm “Pie in the face” challenge!The Week 14 weather forecast highlights some potential worrisome spots, including Monday night’s Giants-Eagles game, and we also have updates on key injuries to RBs Josh Jacobs and Jordan Howard (click here) and pass-catchers Will Fuller, Ryan Griffin, Marquise Brown, and more (click here).