15 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.au 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.au
Share LocalNews Dominica to benefit more from the one laptop per child project by: – April 12, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Tweet 20 Views no discussions Share Hon. Prime Minister Rosevelt SkerritEducation of Dominican children is expected to be significantly enhanced by the use of technology with support from South South Corporation towards Government’s plans to launch a one laptop per child programme.Hon. Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, on the heels of a US trip, told GIS news that a significant number of laptops will be provided to the Dominica Government for distribution to students.“The other area has to do with my engagement with the South South people and their assistance in fulfilling the Government’s intention of launching a one laptop per child programme in Dominica. It is something that we have been working on and they offered us assistance in that regard. As a matter of fact, to show their commitment to working with us, they handed over to me on behalf of the Dominican people ten (10) laptops to show their willingness to partner with us. In the process, we will be engaging Microsoft and HP to assist us in locating some of the resources required to implement that project because we are seeking to procure about twenty thousand (20 000) laptops to supply not only all the stages: the primary school, the secondary school and also the state college because we believe that is it important that we use technology in the mainstream curriculum to improve on the tuition in maths and science and geography and English language”The Dominica leader explained further that the laptops will be utilised by both students and teachers to aid in the learning process.“They will be given, obviously, exercises to use the laptops and access to internet. In addition, the schools, themselves, will be outfitted with laptops so that it can be mainstream in the school curriculum.”by Emmanuel Joseph GIS News
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…as GPL conducts line maintenance Several communities in Georgetown and sections of the coast are bracing for at least nine hours of power outage during this week as a result of a line maintenance activity to be conducted by the Guyana Power Light (GPL).According to the utility company, the maintenance will be carried out from March 25 to March 31, 2019.The works will commence on Monday at Sparendaam, Goedverwagting, South of the Railway Embankment and Plaisance on the East Coast of Demerara (ECD) from 08:00h to 16:00h.On Tuesday, March 26, these activities will continue at 21st Street Diamond Housing Scheme on the East Bank of Demerara and Prince William Street, ECD, from 08:00h to 17:00h.Tucville, Meadow Brook, Guyhoc, Lamaha Park and Lamaha Springs are scheduled for maintenance on Wednesday, March 27 from 08:00h to 16:00h.From 09:00h to 14:00h, these works will continue at La Union, West Coast Demerara (WCD), and Lindsley Avenue, ECD, from 08:00h to 17:00h.On Thursday, March 28, Alexander Village and River View in Ruimveldt will have ongoing works from 08:30h to 16:30h.Ninth Street, Cummings Lodge, will be facilitated from 08:00 to 16:00h and East Field Drive, Republic Park and Peter’s Hall, East Bank Demerara (WBD), from 08:30h to 16:30h.The last maintenance will conclude on Sunday, March 31, in Kuru Kuru on the Soesdyke-Linden Highway from 08:30h to 16:30h.GPL advises persons residing in these areas to be on the lookout when these activities are conducted. An intermittent power supply can be expected.Just a few days ago, more than 10 villages on the ECD were without power for over 12 hours during a small incident. It should have been resolved earlier but GPL workers were unable to transport their equipment to the site and it had to be mended manually.The affected areas included North Sophia, New Haven, Belvoir Court, Blygezeight Gardens, Bel Air Village, Bel Air Promenade, Bel Air Gardens, Bel Air Springs, Liliendaal to Industry, the University of Guyana and the Cyril Potter College of Education.
This is the second time Barcelona have let a 3 goal caution slip in the Champions League. (Agency Photos)1. Barcelona did not learn from Roma exitBarcelona suffered a second successive humiliating exit from the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night. After leading 3-0 from the first leg against Liverpool, Ernesto Valverde’s side lost 4-0 at Anfield to bow out 3-4 on aggregate.This is the second consecutive season that Barca have let-slip a huge first leg advantage to exit Europe’s premier club competition.Over a year ago, they suffered the same fate as they let a 4-1 quarter final first leg advantage slip against Roma and exited on away goals after losing 3-0 in the second leg.This just proves how the Bulgranas have failed to learn from their previous short-comings. Valverde will carry the biggest bunch of the blame but the players too have had a part to play in both loses.Despite winning two successive league crowns, Valverde will always be remembered as the Barca manager who oversaw two humiliating exits from the Champions League.2. Anfield is the most intimidating stadium in EuropeAnfield is one of the most vocal Stadiums in the world.Not in your wildest of dreams, would you have imagined how the second leg semifinal between Liverpool and Barcelona would unfold. At a Stadium that is known for its vocals during a league game, a classic if any, had a perfect ground set for it.Those that have played in it will attest that if you are playing for the opposition, you rarely enjoy the game as the crowd won’t let you and those donning Liverpool shirts claim it is the most motivating arena during a football match.Tuesday was the perfect setting for a come-back as the fans, like they so often do, pushed the Reds-on from the moment the first whistle was blown and whoever visits Anfield in future will know how intimidating a stadium, it is. Or ask Lionel Messi and company!3. Lucas Moura still has ball in himMoura scored only 46 goals for PSG before Joining Spurs.The PSG reject who sent Tottenham Hotspurs into their first ever Champions League final. That is the perfect way to address Lucas Moura, years from today.In 2018, Moura was transferred to Spurs from PSG after 5 years in which he had failed to live up to the hype. Scoring only 46 goals in 230 games, the Brazilian was deemed surplus to requirements in Paris and not so many sides were willing to take a gamble on him.Two seasons later, Moura scored three goals as Tottenham over turned a first leg home defeat to eliminate Ajax Amsterdam and storm the 2019 Champions League season. He may not have scored so many goals for Spurs, in the build up to the famous night at the Johan Cuiyff Arena but for the North London side, the three will be the most important he will ever score in their shirt.At 26, may be the Brazilian still has loads of football in him and who would say no at the moment.4. Not all Fairy-tales end in joyAjax led 3-0 at some point in their semi final against Spurs.Everyone fell in love with Ajax and wished their fairy-tale would end in joy but it was not to be as Tottenham Hotspurs had other ideas.Leading 1-0 from the first leg, the Erik Ten Hag lead Dutch side raced into a 2-0 first first half lead in the second to lead the tie 3-0 on aggregate. It was in the second half that everything fall apart as somehow, Ajax conceded three goals to bow out on away goals.Most neutrals must have been praying to see this young, fearless and adventurous side, in the finals but it was not to be, like most fairy tales in football tend not to end in joy.However, the likes of Captain Matthijas De Ligt, Donny Van de Beek, David Neres, Hakim Ziyech and Frankie de Jong, have made a name for themselves and it is just a matter of time and the Big sides come calling.Comments Tags: topuefa champions leagueWhat we learned from the Champions League