This one-of-a-kind Sunshine Coast home is set to for auction this weekend

first_img15 Godilla St, Coolum Beach. Picture: realestate.com.auWHEN Bill and Jean Hartley bought their block of land at 15 Godilla St, Coolum Beach in 1999 they weren’t really sure what to do with it.They were concerned the block would be difficult to build on, but inspiration struck Mrs Hartley when she was driving along the David Low Way.“There was one particular house I admired, wishing one day I could build something just like it,’’ she said. One of the outdoor entertainment areas of the home. Picture: realestate.com.auThe house will be auctioned on October 14 at 10.30am It is listed through Belle Property Noosa Principals, John Stamp and Ben Radcliffe. The fins at the front of 15 Godilla St, Coolum Beach make it a standout property. Picture: realestate.com.auEventually she worked up the courage to knock on the door of the house and ask if they knew who the architect was.They were soon in touch with architect Frank Macchia and their standout home was about to become a reality. 15 Godilla St, Coolum Beach. Picture: realestate.com.auThe Sunshine Coast auction market is starting to fire up again, with new figures released by CoreLogic revelling it had the highest auction clearance rate within southeast Queensland last week of 55 per cent. Large picture windows allow for fantastic views. Picture: realestate.com.aucenter_img The home captures views from different angles. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoWork started in March 2001 and about 12 months later the house was complete.The three-level- four-bedroom home has sweeping views from the Coral Sea through to Mount Coolum and the hinterland. 15 Godilla St, Coolum Beach. Picture: realestate.com.au“Seeing something on paper is one thing but seeing it eventually evolve just blew us away,” Ms Hartley said.The home has stunning architectural features including the “fins’’ at the front and the soaring ceilings.Mrs Hartley said the home had tuned out just how she imagined it and she particularly loved the fins at the front which could be spotted as far away as the Coolum golf course.She said they were only selling to downsize.“I said to someone the other day, I think I will never ever own something like this again in my life.’’ 15 Godilla St, Coolum Beach. Picture: realestate.com.aulast_img read more

DINAGYANG 2020: ‘PERFECT VISION’

first_img* Treasurer – Roland Uy ILOILO City –“We will bring the festival to its next level.” With this declaration, MayorJerry Treñas launched yesterday Dinagyang Festival 2020 with the theme “PerfectVision: Celebrating the Ilonggo Spirit in Honor of Senior Sto. Niño.” As of this writing, eight contingents have confirmed theirparticipation in the Dinagyang 360°, said IFFI president Atty. JobertPeñaflorida. He also bared the 11 IFFI Dinagyang 2020 activities: Dinagyang is the Hiligaynon word for revelry or merrymaking. Thefestival is Iloilo City’s version of the Ati-atihan celebrations widelyobserved not only in Panay Island but also in other parts of the country. Itmay not be as ancient as the one in Kalibo, Aklan but it is known more for itsparticipants’ impressive choreography and striking costumes that reflect theingenuity, craftsmanship and artistry of the Ilonggos. Treñas also announced that President Rodrigo Duterte’s partnerHoneylet Avanceña will be the guest of honor during the Dinagyang highlight(tribes competition) Jan. 26, 2020. * Board of Directors – Philipp Chua, Honorato Espinosa, RogelioFlorete Sr., Molly Grande, Jose Marie Layson, John Alexander Que, Allan RyanTan, Luis Tinsay For the first time, contingents in the tribes competition – whichwill now be called “Dinagyang 360°” – will have a guaranteed schoolparticipation prize of P1 million worth of projects to be sourced from theSpecial Education Fund of the Local School Board. In line with the city government’s vision to take the Dinagyang tothe “next level”, Peñaflorida said contesting tribes would be required tochoreograph their presentations in such a way that the dancers face thespectators from all angles during their performances. “Dinagyang will now be moreexperiential, (there will be) more people involvement. Indi pareho sa una nga gabantay ka lang. I-push ta gid nga experiential Dinagyang,” saidformer Tourism undersecretary Salvador Sarabia Jr./PN * Chairman – Rito Carlos Peña Why Dinagyang 360°? * Miss Iloilo 2020 – Jan. 24 Peñaflorida said the tribes’ choreography mush be such that theirperformances should face not only the grandstand but also the river. “We have talked to all the school principals already and they haveaccepted this challenge. Kaya nila i-choreographang performances 360 degrees,” saidPeñaflorida. * Vice President – Dr. Ronald Raymond Sebastian The P10 million will be released in January 2020. * President – Atty. Jobert Peñaflorida Also yesterday, Treñas inducted the IFFI officers. They were: * Assistant Treasurer – Ivy Gurrea “Let us help to make sure Dinagyang will be far better, hopefullywith unity and cooperation,” Treñas stressed. * Tambor Trumpa Martsa Musika – Jan. 24 “We will take advantage of the river, a potential area foradditional seats from where more spectators could watch the presentations. Thejudges will be posted in all angles,” said Peñaflorida. “Dinagyang 2020 will be far better than the previous celebrations.With the IFFI, we will bring the festival to its next level. Let us not worryabout anything. Iloilo is Dinagyang, and who is Iloilo? Kita,” said Treñas. The main performance area is the Iloilo City Freedom Grandstand onMuelle Loney Street facing the Iloilo River. * Ilonggo Food Festival – Jan. 23 to 26 The city government has allotted P25-million assistance to theIFFI, said Treñas. * religious sadsad –Jan. 25 * Dinagyang 360° – Jan. 26 * fireworks display – Jan. 24 ‘NEXT LEVEL’ PERFORMANCE. Dinagyang Festival is known for its participants’ impressive choreography and striking costumes that reflect the ingenuity, craftsmanship and artistry of the Ilonggos. Next year’s edition of the festival promises to be more experiential and engaging. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN He said P15 million will be released to the IFFI between Octoberto December this year. * fluvial and solemn foot procession – Jan. 24 * Corporate Secretary – Angel de Leon Jr. This is early, he added, some 30 congressmen already expressedinterest to attend the festival. The prize forthe first placer or grand champion will reach a total of P5 million – P1million for the contingent, P3 million worth of projects for the school, plusthe guaranteed P1 million school project participation prize. * Iloilo Dinagyang Art Festival – Jan. 18 to 25 * Vice Chairman – Dr. Felipe Uygongco The secondplacer in the tribes competition will get atotal prize of P3.5 million – P500,000 for thecontingent,P2 million worth of projects for the school, plus theguaranteed P1 million school project participation prize. Dinagyang will be handled by the newly-organized Iloilo FestivalsFoundation, Inc. (IFFI). Treñas assured Ilonggos it could do the job. * Festive Parade Sponsors Mardi Gras – Jan. 25 * Dinagyang sa Calle Real – Jan. 25 Thethird 3rd place will have a total prize of P2.25 million – P250,000 for thecontingent, P1 million worth of projects for the school, plus the guaranteed P1million school project participation prize. * Floats Parade of Lights – Jan. 24 The Dinagyang Festival started in 1967. A replica of the SantoNiño de Cebu was brought from Cebu to the San Jose de Placer Church. The imagewas enthusiastically received by the Ilonggos who danced on the streets ofIloilo City. For next year’s Dinagyang Festival,the city government wants people to be more involved. “With theschools, with everyone working together, we will make it happen. I have nodoubt at all,” said Treñas.last_img read more

The Final Word: Beat writers react to Syracuse’s 92-79 loss to UNC

first_img Published on February 29, 2020 at 8:51 pm Comments Syracuse fell to North Carolina, 92-79 in the Carrier Dome on Saturday night. The Orange were led by Buddy Boeheim (22 points) but Cole Anthony and the Tar Heel guards made SU’s zone defense pay from 3-point range.Listen to beat writers Michael McCleary and Nick Alvarez break down SU’s loss:center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img

Prince George Peace River by the Numbers

first_imgVotes Party Candidate With all the polls now reporting in the Prince George Peace River Riding it looks like voter turn out dropped from 2006.In total 34,807 of 71,268 or 48.8% of registered electors turned out to vote this time compared to 37,526 of 70,345 or 53.3% in 2006. National voter turnout also dropped this year to 58.4% from 64% in 2006. This election had the lowest voter turn out in the history of the country.Over all Jay Hill finished with 15,922 more votes than his closest competitor Betty Bekkering who had 6,138. In 2006 Jay Hill defeated his closest competitor by 16,035, that was Malcolm James Crockett who was running for the NDP. Here are the final results for Prince George Peace RiverPolls Reporting 230 of 230 Total Votes34,807 Elected – Advertisement – CONJay Hill22,060X LIBLindsay Gidney2,953 GRNHilary Crowley3,656 NDPBetty Bekkering6,138last_img read more

VISIT MCKINNEY FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC AND RELIEVE PAIN THE NATURAL WAY

first_imgVisit McKinney Family Chiropractic Clinic 46 Port Rd Letterkenny, and quit being a victim of the pain that affects your nervous system. Their philosophy and design for great health care begins with our highly trained chiropractor Dr Victoria McKinney, American trained and qualified, 18+ years’ experience.Has back pain, neck pain or headache stopped you in your tracks? Are you frustrated and depressed because of the pain in your body?We understand that a life with pain could cause immense frustration, and painkillers might not always be the best solution.Not just that, surgery and medication could turn out to be costly and risky for certain conditions as well.That’s why we want to introduce you to the chiropractic approach of dealing with pain. Eliminate pain and banish stress with chiropractic treatment for the various conditions we treat including spinal disc syndrome, neck pain, back pain, pinch nerve, spine injury, and many more conditions.The common types of pain (as reported in a National Institute of Health Statistics survey) are low-back pain (28.1 percent), severe headache/migraine (16.1 percent) and neck pain (15.1 percent).The health care discipline of chiropractic gives particular attention to the neurological and structural components of your body and can help deal with the common types of pain in an effective manner.Chiropractic care has the potential to improve a wide variety of complaints.Spinal column adjustments are commonly used together with therapeutic exercises and lifestyle counselling for a particular condition. Chiropractic Care: Safe and Effective Means to Treat PainDo you agree that the nervous system is the master control system of the body?Then, you will know that taking good care of your spine will help you live a healthier life.So make your appointment today at McKinney Family Chiropractic Clinic Letterkenny, and relieve the pain you’re feeling the natural way. Call for an appointment and come visit us today!Tel 074-91-67007/086 2393535VISIT MCKINNEY FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC AND RELIEVE PAIN THE NATURAL WAY was last modified: August 28th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Featureshealthnewslast_img read more