Queensland Small Lot Housing Sterrantino Developments Queensland Display Home Rochedale, Sabdia Constructions MORE: Queensland Bathroom of the Year Redland Bay, Darren James Interiors The kitchen at the Hervey Bay winning home.Starting with a handmade front timber entry door pivoting to align with an internal American oak VJ feature wall, which itself has horizontal lining, studs, and on the face routed out to accommodate laser cut steel shelving. The feature wall was complemented by American Oak flooring, that was secret nailed and finished in whittle wax to create a vibrant and light theme throughout the home. Queensland Renovation/Addition Project Burleigh Heads, Mactech Constructions The owner will enjoy this property for years to come.Mr Clark said he was proud to use local carpentry colleague Stuart Jones, from Hervey Bay Timber and Joinery, on the intricate project that demanded weeks of dedicated craftsmanship.Mactech Constructions took home the Renovation of the Year for work carried out to a three-storey concrete home. Mr Clark said the project was set high on a hill with sweeping views of one of the main entrances into the area. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Queensland Project Home Jimboomba, Stroud Homes Brisbane South Queensland Home of the Year Urraween (Wide Bay), Essentially Residential Queensland Kitchen of the Year Redland Bay, Darren James Interiors Queensland Specialised Housing Caboolture, Halcyon Constructions QLD FULL LIST OF WINNERS Queensland Apprentice of the Year Corinda, Dougie Newham Queensland Affordable Housing Park Ridge, Villa World Queensland Apartment of the Year Ascot, Mirvac Timber is the heart of the home.He said they were honoured to be chosen to build this home where they could use and appreciate the decades of experience that contributes to a very special result for a residence of this magnitude.“Our clients said they wanted to build a home for them and for their children for generations to come,” he said.“Essentially Residential certainly achieved this – in the client’s own words – ‘it is hard to imagine a better place to put down your roots’.”He said timber was the heart of the home and credited the amazing results to a combination of his own experience and attention to detail from his team of subcontractors. Development capitalises on city views Queensland Townhouse/Villa Development Besal Construction Queensland Recognition of Outstanding Acheivement by an Apprentice Goondiwindi, Tim Tribe Queensland Apartment Complex South Brisbane, Aria Property Group Developer ditches cookie-cutter design Colin and Michelle Clark from Essentially Residential took home the Home of the Year, Custom Built Home of the Year and the Queensland Trades Workmanship Award for work carried out to the Fraser Coast property.Colin and Michelle Clark from Essentially Residential took home the Home of the Year, Custom Built Home of the Year and the Queensland Trades Workmanship Award for the Fraser Coast property. Queensland Professional Major Builder Springwood, Plantation Homes Queensland Professional Small Builder/Renovator Tingalpa, RedKem Constructions A Hervey Bay home has taken out the top gong and two additional awards at this year’s HIA-CSR Queensland Housing Awards.A HERVEY BAY home has taken out the top gong and two additional awards at this year’s HIA-CSR Queensland Housing Awards, held on Friday, November 2. Mactech Constructions took home the Renovation of the Year on a three-storey concrete home at the 2018 Qld HIA Awards. This is what the home looked like before. Queensland Display Home Interior Design Metricon Homes Qld Queensland Bathroom Design Redland Bay, Darren James Interiors Queensland Outdoor Project South Brisbane, Aria Property Group Queensland Spec Home Dayne Lawrie Constructions Queensland Kitchen Design Chapel Hill, Darren James Interiors After Mactech Constructions’ renovation.The judges said there was an extremely high level of workmanship throughout this project.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“The details have been carefully resolved and thought through and the attention to detail can’t be faulted,” they said.“The design has been carefully crafted to maximise the connection between the rooms, to create a private master retreat area, to create seamless internal and external spaces and to capture the expansive views that are available from the site in a manner that creates a beautiful home. “The ability of Mactech Construction to work with a difficult build and still supply a cost effective solution is a testament to the skill of the team. “The outcome is a striking outcome. “The extension works seamlessly with the existing section of the house creating a building that looks like it has always belonged on the site.” Queensland Townhouse/Villa of the Year St Lucia, Sunland Group Queensland Commercial Interior Design Riverland – Brisbane Visual Builders / Burton & Carter Queensland Interior Design Professional Gold Coast, Ros Hemley, The Interior Space Queensland Innovation in Housing Sunshine Coast, Saltair Constructions Other winners on the night included Sunland Group, who won the Townhouse Villa award for the Shea Residences project in St Lucia; Jux, who won the renovation and addition project $600,000 to $1 million and VL Constructions won the $1 million to $2 million category for ‘The Green House’ in Samford Valley. 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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.
Jerome G. Martini (Jerry) died, November 17, 2016 at St. Elizabeth, Edgewood, KY.He leaves his wife of 56 years, Ruth (Hoffmeier) Martini; his eight children, Susan (Paul) Roell, William (Cathy) Martini, Joseph Martini, Patrick (Teresa) Martini, Dave Martini, Julie (Michael) Crawley, John (Maria) Martini, Mary Martini; and his 14 grandchildren, Logan, Julia, Kristy, Madeline, Mike, Catherine, Alex, Nick, Olivia, Nicole, Maleah, John, Jenna, Jacob; his brothers Leo Martini, Ralph Martini, Dennis Martini and many close relatives and friends.He was preceded in death by his infant daughter Linda Lee, his parents Leo & Hilda Martini, granddaughter Rebecca Martini, daughter-in-law Denise Martini and brother Floyd Martini.He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and moved to Yorkville, IN as a teenager. He assisted his father delivering produce to homes and markets in the city. He went on to join the US Air Force in 1951, serving during the Korean War. He also attended the University of Cincinnati and was a loyal member of the Knights of the Columbus and the American Legion. After serving with the Air Force, Jerry with his wife Ruth and brother Floyd started “Jerry and Floyd’s Monarch Grill”; a landmark which greeted locals and travelers almost four decades from the late 1950’s to the early 1990’s. Jerry’s love for nature and the outdoors brought him back to his roots in the 1970’s when he grew his hobby of planting shrubbery into a blooming business; Martini Nursery & Landscaping in Guilford, Indiana. Jerry also loved to travel, but above all else he loved his family and time spent with them. So much so that he traveled with all 8 of his children across the country, touching 47 states, countless national parks, and thousands of miles of countryside. .A funeral service will be held at All Saints Parish (St. Martin’s Church) in Yorkville, IN; November 23rd, 2016. Visitation will be from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Funeral will be held at 1:30 PM.Memorials can be made to All Saints Church for Saint Martin’s Campus Cemetery Fund or the Sunman Life Squad.– See more at: www.andres–wuestefeldfh.com
Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett is to visit North America and Europe this weekend as Jamaica moves to quell any fallout from its decision to impose a state of emergency in St. James, where the island’s tourist resort of Montego Bay is situated.Bartlett told a news conference that the authorities have already developed “a comprehensive program with our partners” from the three major markets, including the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.nsure future bookingsHe said from this weekend he would be moving to “cover those markets to meet with all our partners and to ensure future bookings, because I think that the winter (booking) is holding and that’s the message we want to have.”He said the concerns for the authorities here would be future bookings adding “we want to look to make sure that we shore up the summer and the fall because we are pushing to inch into the five million arrivals this year.”The government introduced the state of emergency last week Thursday in a bid to deal with the rising criminal activities including murder in that parish. Last year, more than 300 people were killed in St. James and the authorities have said more than 200 people including those wanted for murder have been detained under the state of emergency.Jamaica is being made saferBartlett said that Jamaica would continue its aggressive public relations campaign noting “we are out there, and we are making the point that Jamaica is being made safer”Earlier Prime Minister Andrew Holness told reporters that he is “prepared to do what it takes to address this crime problem” and warned ‘all of what we are doing is threatened by the security situation in Jamaica.”He said crime is but one aspect of the island’s security and his administration was also concerned about its ability to protect and control its borders, telecommunication and financial services among other sectors.He dismissed the notion that the state of emergency is all about dealing with the crime “in our faces, the murders, and the public disorder” adding “it is also to deal with what I like to call an eco-system of criminality at an enterprise level.
A member of the combat sports Fovorit B&H from Bihać, Ibrahim Velić will appear on the worlds cup of the A class in kick box in Szeged (Hungary), from 15th until 18th May. Together with Ajla Vojić, Sanja Samardžić and Mujo Šušnjara, he will attempt to achieve the result which will bring him the call in the representation of B&H.“After two years of workout, I achieved my place in the kick box scene in the region” said Velić for FENAAgency.This 19 year old fighter had 27 matches from which he won 20. Velić is the last year junior champion, which confirmed his quality in this year also, where he won his rival in the full contact and low kick disciplines.According to the trainer Rinaldo Pikoloti, Velić is a fighter who promises and who is consistent in all segments of training processes, and the discipline is the key thing which will make him successful.(Source: Fena)