195 Lakes Drive, Laidley Heights.First National Real Estate Action Realty – Ipswich agent Helene Shephard said the owners were a family who had fostered many children at the property over the past 11 years.“It impacted on their lives and now it is time to buy more land and raise more horses and to be as independent and off the grid as much as possible,” Ms Shephard said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago“They have started growing fodder for the new horses in an hydroponic system. The two-level property is currently vacant.” 195 Lakes Drive, Laidley Heights. The cute cubby house at 195 Lakes Drive, Laidley Heights.Ms Shephard said there was a cubby house ideal for children to enjoy their own space.She said collecting eggs and growing vegetables and learning to be responsible and accountable for animals and themselves was the key to providing a strong family base. A three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with plenty of space for a mini farm could be yours for under $500,000.With a $449,000 price tag, the .73ha property is at 195 Lakes Drive, Laidley Heights, and perfect for a young family wanting to look after a horse, some chickens, cats and dogs.
RelatedPosts Keystone Bank trains SMEs on ways to boost sales during COVID-19 Keystone Bank approves N500m for farmers COVID-19: Keystone Bank launches online platform to empower SMEs As a way of demonstrating its commitment to promoting fitness and healthy living amongst Nigerians, Keystone Bank Limited recently partnered with Nilayo Sports Management Limited to host the maiden edition of the Valuejet IAU African Championship, Remo 2019.The 50km ultra-distance race event, held on December 7, 2019 at Sagamu, Ogun State, was the first African championship in IAU’s 35-year history.The three-in-one championship had about 4,000 athletes from across 35 IAU member countries.The race, which took off at the Gateway International Stadium, had in attendance dignitaries, including the Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun; President of IAU in Africa, Solomon Ogba; Executive Director, Keystone Bank, Yemi Odusanya; and ex-Nigeria athlete, Falilat Ogunkoya.Speaking at the event, Bukola Olopade, the Managing Director of NSML, said the race is one of the company’s numerous ways to create bond among Nigerians and the world at large.Olopade said: “The ultra-marathon is first of its kind in Africa and we are elated that our company is responsible for bringing youths together to harness their talents.“Valuejet IAU African Championships is a trendsetter.“The ultra-race has set an excellent example for ultra-running on the continent.”Commenting on the bank’s involvement in the event, Odusanya said the lender recognises the importance of health to nation building, stating: “A healthy workforce is considered the most productive workforce. Good health is critical to economic development and therefore, health remains one of our core CSR pillars in the bank. Keystone Bank will continually strive to promote advanced healthcare in Nigeria.“The competition showcases the bank’s commitment to community investment and project financing.“Therefore, sponsoring the Valuejet IAU African Championship, Remo 2019 competition is in line with our vision to promote a healthier nation as a whole.”At the event, winners of the 50km ultra-race in both foreign and local categories pocketed $2,000, while the second and the third placed runners received $1,500 and $1,000 respectively.For the Nigerian local 5km run, the winner received N500,000, runner-up N300,000, while the second runner-up went home with N150,000.Nigerian musical artistes, CDQ, Slimcase and Naira Marley, were also on ground to add glamour to the event.While Nilayo Sports Management is a sports management and marketing company, working with some of the biggest names in the world of sports like IAAF, CAA and AFN aimed at promoting sporting activities from grassroots level to international level in Africa, Keystone Bank is a technology and service-driven commercial bank offering convenient and reliable solutions to its customers.Tags: Keystone BankNilayo SportsValuejet Remo Ultra Race
TAROUBA: A late cameo in the first innings from captain Kieron Pollard and Darren Bravo turned out to be the difference between the two sides as the Trinbago Knight Riders continued their unbeaten start to Carribean Premier League 2020 with a 23-run win over St.Lucia Zouks.Brief scores: TKR 175/5 (Bravo 50, Pollard 42; Scott Kuggeleijn 2/35) vs Zouks 152/7 (Fletcher 42, Deyal 40; Pollard 3/35). IANS Also Watch: Honouring Retired Teachers at their Homes on Teachers Day
Brazil will next play Czech Republic in an international friendly.Panama are ranked 76 in the world in the FIFA rankings.Brazil are the five-time World Cup champions. highlights Porto: Brazil were held to a 1-1 draw against Panama in an international friendly played at Porto’s Dragao Stadium. AC Milan’s Lucas Paqueta claimed his first international goal for the five-time World Cup winners before captain Adolfo Machado responded for the side in 76th place in the world rankings. Injured Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar watched the game from the stands as he recovers from a fractured right foot. “The performance wasn’t brilliant but it wasn’t below par either,” coach Tite said.”When we go to the Copa America we will make more accurate choices to be more efficient.” The Selecao opened the scoring just after the half-hour mark. Midfielder Paqueta was on the end of a deep Casemiro cross to volley home at the back post. Skipper Machado brought the teams level four minutes later. Erick Davis’ central free-kick found the centre-back near the penalty spot who lobbed his long-distance header over a stunned Ederson who appealed for offside.RELATED Everton attacker Richarlison came close to bagging his side’s second as his effort smashed the crossbar five minutes after the break. Real Madrid’s Casemiro had two chances to win the game for Tite’s outfit with a header and a powerful shot with quarter of an hour remaining. Both teams made a wave of substitutions in the closing moments and Eder Militao went close with an injury-time header. Next for Brazil is Tuesday’s friendly against the Czech Republic as they prepare to host this year’s Copa America which starts on June 14. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Colgate was only one game into the 2013-14 season when guard Pat Moore injured his back while lifting weights. And it wasn’t until December that he fully felt the effects of two herniated discs.During his time at home, even the simple actions of sitting and standing were difficult.“Just hard to walk around,” Moore said, “hard to move, hard to do pretty much anything.”He managed to play in eight more games after suffering the injury, but his experiences during Winter Break indicated that he couldn’t play in his current state. Two months later, he underwent surgery.After a lengthy rehabilitation period and a lot of paperwork lobbying for another year of eligibility, Moore, who needs 142 more points to reach the 1,000 mark, is now finishing out his career at Colgate (3-8) as a fifth-year senior and co-captain. And despite not being ready for the start of the season, he has seen significant playing time in the Raiders’ last three games.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMoore, a native of Whitesboro, New York, received an offer from Colgate when he was just a sophomore at Notre Dame Junior/Senior (Utica, New York) High School. He said the school’s clear interest in him was reason enough for the prolific scorer to choose the Raiders.“I have coached there for 30 years and Pat was one of the top three players I ever coached,” Notre Dame head coach Mike Durr said in an email. “A great young man, a dedicated student of the game, and a superb work ethic.”Moore’s first three years at Colgate were defined by his prowess along the perimeter. By the end of his junior season, he was eighth on the all-time list for 3-pointers made in program history with 141.But his senior season was defined more by his injury than it was outside shooting. For a while after his surgery, his actions were limited. He could do some walking, but no bending, twisting or lifting.“So for six straight weeks after the surgery,” Moore said, “it was pretty much nothing, just laying around my house.”The next phase in the recovery process was about three months of physical therapy that took place three times each week. Only after that was completed was he allowed back on the court.In total, Moore said, it was about a six-month recovery process.The physical struggles were not the only obstacles between Moore and a fifth year of basketball at Colgate. His nine games played last season were just few enough to allow him another year of eligibility.In order to be allotted that chance, he had to change his sociology minor into a second major.A few months after meeting with all of the appropriate people and filling out paperwork, Moore learned that he would be able to return to the university and the team for a fifth year.“It just shows how much he loves the game,” senior guard Luke Roh said, “how much he loves being a part of this team, how much he loves being at Colgate.”Moore didn’t return for the first eight games this season, and hasn’t started in the first three he’s played in since being cleared. But he has seen an increasing number of minutes. In the team’s most recent game, a loss to the New Hampshire, Moore played for 20 minutes and scored five points.He’s redeveloping a role that he once held so prominently at Colgate, and it hasn’t been easy. But his head coach, Matt Langel is appreciative of his dedication to playing one last season.“He does great in school. He’s zero maintenance, meaning you never have to worry about him being on time or taking care of any of his responsibilities,” Langel said. “He’s just a wonderful young guy to coach.” Comments Published on December 21, 2014 at 8:44 pm Contact Kevin: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Twitter Google+
A sea of red anxiously waited outside the door of the Kohl Center Wednesday afternoon, staking out spots to ensure good seats at the men’s basketball send off celebration.As they were filing in, the final minutes of the Badgers’ Elite Eight victory over Arizona played on the scoreboard above mid-court. This was the reaction when junior forward Sam Dekker’s three-pointer in the final minute hit nothing but net.Crowd erupts after showing the final minutes of the Elite 8 victory #Badgers @BadgerHerald https://t.co/ntCXWTpjmY— Chris Bumbaca (@BOOMbaca) April 1, 2015The band started playing and everybody was having a grand ol’ time.Tequila! #Badgers @BadgerHerald https://t.co/lTUeowo5Xo— Chris Bumbaca (@BOOMbaca) April 1, 2015Then Bucky joined in on the fun.Oooooohhhhhhh kill ’em Bucky!! @BadgerHerald https://t.co/08ZgFOmYZl— Chris Bumbaca (@BOOMbaca) April 1, 2015Would the team rip-roar through a paper sign and come hooting and hollering out of the tunnel? Absolutely not. Swag walks only.The winningest team in school history swag struts to the stage #Badgers @BadgerHerald https://t.co/6wvoIGN9oj— Chris Bumbaca (@BOOMbaca) April 1, 2015Dekker, fifth-year senior guard Josh Gasser, senior forward Frank Kaminsky and senior guard Traevon Jackson each had a turn at the microphone while on stage before it the microphone turned over to head coach Bo Ryan. And just as swaggy as they appeared, the Badgers disappeared back toward the locker room to pack their things and head to Indianapolis.
GHANA 2018Cup holders, Super Falcons of Nigeria shot back to contention at the 11th Women Africa Cup of Nations after a 4-0 thrashing of Group leaders Shepolopolo of Zambia in Cape Coast.A one goal defeat in their opening match against South Africa on Sunday had marooned the champions in third place on the Group B table, following Zambia’s 5-0 win over two –time champions Equatorial Guinea. But the Zambians could not hold a candle to the Falcons when the die was cast yesterday evening. The scoreline was only two goals short of the 6-0 hiding the Zambians received from the Nigerians in Namibia four years ago, but that would not have been the case had reigning African Woman Player of the Year, Asisat Oshoala not, inexplicably, failed to put away any of one dozen gilt–edged opportunities that came her way.After Oshoala failed to get enough purchase on her shot in the 9th minute, Captain Onome Ebi and Rita Chikwelu came close with headers, but Zambia also side –netted as a tight game played out at the Cape Coast Stadium.Desire Oparanozie, who scored the lone goal in the final of the last edition of the championship in Cameroon two years ago, which was enough for the Falcons to retain their trophy, blasted past goalkeeper Nali in the 41st minute after a good pass from Francisca Ordega to register Nigeria’s first goal of the tournament.In the second half, the Falcons created chance after chance, but Oshoala either blasted them away from goal or Nali simply foiled her efforts. The entry of Josephine Chukwunonye, for injured Faith Michael, appeared to reinvigorate Nigeria. After Oparanozie rounded the goalkeeper but saw her shot blocked from going in, Oshoala missed a string of sitters and Ordega saw her good chip saved.Ordega would get the second goal in the 70th minute, cashing in and rolling a volley past Nali after Oparanozie’s shot came off the upright.Substitutes Rasheedat Ajibade and Amarachi Okoronkwo got two more goals, Rasheedat scoring with a spectacular screamer that saw the ball come in off the underside of the bar. Okoronkwo finished beautifully after picking up a loose ball from a corner kick.Next up for Nigeria is their final group game against Equatorial Guinea on Saturday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services needs your input to improve the lives of mothers and babies. They’re traveling statewide for responses.District Health Department Number 4 has an upcoming town hall on mother infant health and equity improvement planning. The meeting will have free food and it starts September 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Aplex.Health education specialist Cathy Goike says women and babies of color, especially, lack access to quality health care.“The reason why the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, this is along with other state and local partners, want to hear from us is because in Michigan we still have mothers dying from child birth. We still have babies dying within their first year of life.”Researchers at the University of Michigan found black and Hispanic women with two or more health conditions were two to three times more likely to experience a severe birth problem compared with white mothers. The study concluded that health care access prior to pregnancy is a contributor to maternal morbidity.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Truck destroyed after fire engulfs it early Tuesday morningNext CBD oil use is on the rise
Deputy Sports Minister Joseph Yamin has told the Black Satellites not to despair and win their final group match against the USA on Thursday in the ongoing FIFA U-20 World Cup tournament in Turkey.The Satellites hold faint hopes of making it to the knock-out stage of the tournament after losing their first two games 1-3 and 0-1 to France and Spain respectively.The team now hopes securing three points and having a good goal difference can make them one of the best four third placed teams to go through.Mr. Yamin who is with the team at the tournament, has told the players not to give up but concentrate on the game against USA and win convincingly.
Novak Djokovic has been No. 1 in the ATP world rankings since Nov. 5, 2012. That’s a run of 48 consecutive weeks (he’s been No. 1 for a total of 101).That run could end this week at the China Open in Beijing.To stay atop the tennis world, Djokovic needs to win … and he has to hope Nadal doesn’t reach the final.That might be asking a lot, considering Nadal has played in 13 tournaments this year and reached the final in 12 of them (he lost in the first round at Wimbledon). He is 61-3 overall with 10 titles.”(It) will be very tough to become No. 1,” Nadal said. “But if I am still playing the same way that I have the past couple of months, I hope to have my chance here or in the next few weeks.”This year, even if I started a little bit later [in early February], I am completing a great season. I’m playing one of the best seasons of my career. That’s why I’m in a good position in the Rankings and I had great successes in the important tournaments.” Djokovic, the 2011-12 year-end No. 1, wants to stay at the top.”As long as there is a chance, I will fight for that top spot,” he said. “But, again, with no doubt (Nadal) has had the best results this year. This year, he’s been the best player in the world. I have been having ups and downs throughout this year. But still it was quite a good season for me. But it’s not over.”