The home at 49 Bruce St, Camp HillMarketing agent Shane Hicks of Place Real Estate, Bulimba said 49 Bruce St, Camp Hill was a popular home on the market.“We had a lot of interest and multiple offers,” he said.“In the end, it went to a professional couple moving over from Bridgeman Downs.” Inside 49 Bruce St, Camp HillMore from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Hicks said Hamptons style homes were becoming increasingly popular in the area.“They get a lot of attention,” he said.Mr Hicks said the vendors worked with Century Built Homes to create the home. 49 Bruce St, Camp HillSETTING a benchmark for elegance and style, this Hamptons style home has sold for $1,555,000. The home at 49 Bruce St, Camp HillMr Hicks said the demand was high for properties of this calibre.“It shows positive signs for the local market,” he said. Inside 49 Bruce St, Camp Hill“Buyers want a lot more in the home these days, so smart owners are working with builders to put in those high-end additions.“Prices are creeping up because of these quality inclusions.” Inside 49 Bruce St, Camp Hill“They packaged it together as a high-quality product in a good location,” he said. “You can’t beat that.”The home has a fireplace, outdoor alfresco area and pool.
Barakah Offshore Petroleum’s wholly-owned subsidiary, PBJV Group, has received a Letter of Award from Samling Resources for the abandonment and decommissioning of Chinguetti and Banda fields, offshore Mauritania.The scope of the contract covers the provision of well intervention vessel (WIV), platform supply vessel, and all necessary parts, spares, repairs, refurbishments and/or modifications to the WIV and all coordination, technical support and supervisory works.The value of the contract for PBJV based on its work scope is estimated at USD 14.2 million.According to the company, the contract is expected to start in June 2017.The project involves temporary plugging of 15 wells.The Chinguetti field is located approximately 80km west of the coastline and approximately 90km from the Mauritanian capital, Nouakchott, while Banda field is located around 20km east of the Chinguetti oil field.
Daily Mail 28 April 2016Family First Comment: “Heartbreak: But handing the babies, who are not genetically related to them, over to their parents is a wrench – not least because they breastfeed for the first 10 days.” What about the babies and their attachment?!* The Hernandez sisters live in the impoverished Tabasco state, where the surrogacy industry is worth £90m a year* The sisters all hire out their wombs – earning in just nine months what their brother would take 20 years to make* Unbelievably, after carrying the child to term, they then breastfeed for 10 days – further sealing the bond with baby* But sisters, all single mothers, say the pain is worth every penny in a country where their only other optionswould be prostitution or waitressing for pennies just so they could feed and clothes their biological children The four sisters stand gossiping underneath the washing line, the growing baby bumps visible under tightly-fitting tops.But the unemployed Hernandez sisters are not looking forward to the birth of much-wanted babies. Instead, they are ‘wombs-for-hire’ – willing to put their bodies through agony in order to earn thousands from desperate Europeans, prepared to pay more than these single mothers could earn in 20 years for their chance to have their own biological child.This is a family business – one which is not discussed outside the walls of the home, just one cog in Mexico’s secretive, and sometimes corrupt, surrogacy industry.‘Our neighbours accuse us of running an infant trafficking ring,’ shrugs Martha, who is four months pregnant with a baby being ‘bought’ by a gay Frenchman.‘But we’re all unemployed single mothers taking care of our own futures.’READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3559777/Renting-wombs-family-business-Four-sisters-family-make-10-000-year-having-babies-gay-European-couples-Mexico-s-secret-surrogacy-trade.html
BACOLOD City – A man was hacked in BarangayMinapasok, Calatrava, Negros Occidental. The motive in the incident was not immediatelyestablished. Police identified the suspect as Sultan’s53-year-old cousin Jesie Macapas. According to police investigators, Sultan andMacapas were having a drinking session when a heated argument ensued betweenthem around 7 p.m. on Sunday. This prompted Macapas to hack Sultan, policesaid. Sultan was brought to the Alfredo Marañon Sr.District Hospital in Sagay City, Negros Occidental for treatment. The 50-year-old resident Rogelio Sultansustained a hack wound on the head, a police report showed. Officers of the Calatrava municipal policestation conducted a manhunt operation against Macapas, who fled after theincident./PN
The funeral services are set for Greensburg AD Bill Edwards.Visitation will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday (1-31) at Greensburg Community High School Gymnasium. Services celebrating Bill’s life will be held at the school with Pastor Jon Porter officiating.The family wishes all that attend to wear Greensburg Pirate gear in honor of Bill. Interment will be held in the South Park Cemetery in Greensburg. Memorials may be made to the “Bill Edwards Scholarship Fund” through the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com.More details are available on www.wrbiradio.com under Obituaries.Country 103.9 WRBI expresses condolences to the Edwards family and to the Greensburg Pirate family.
Loading… Promoted Content2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way20 “The Big Bang Theory” Moments Only A Few Fans Knew About7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value10 Albino Animals Who Look Like Ghosts6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The World’s 7 Most Spectacular Railway Stations Lionel Messi was spotted training alongside manager Quique Setien on the same day he claimed Barcelona could not win the Champions League under the coach.Advertisement The Argentina international was seen undergoing some dribbling exercises while Setien watched on.The Barcelona boss wore a protective mask and gloves under strict guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.The pair crossed paths on Friday after Messi suggested that Barcelona cannot win the Champions League if it returns this summer because of the tactical style and performances under Setien.Lionel Messi was spotted training alongside manager Quique Setien on Friday afternoonSetien took over from Ernesto Valverde in January but has failed to turn the Catalan giant’s fortunes around with a series of bland displays, including a demoralising 2-0 defeat in El Clasico back in March.Barcelona are still two points clear of Real Madrid at the top of LaLiga but it is on the European stage that Messi believes they will come up short.They drew 1-1 with Napoli in the first leg of their last-16 tie before the football season was halted by the coronavirus pandemic. But Messi thinks there is very little chance Barcelona can become European champions if they continue playing how they were.The Barcelona boss wore a protective mask and gloves under strict coronavirus guidelinesIn an interview with Spanish newspaper SPORT, Messi said: ‘What I think is that [Setien] misunderstood what I said.‘What I said is that playing as we had been playing the last games before the break, it seemed clear that we weren’t [good] enough to win the Champions League.‘I never doubted the squad we have and I have no doubt that you can win all that remains, but not by playing in the way we were playing.In an interview with SPORT, Messi revealed his damning thoughts on Barca under SetienRead Also: Uzoho: Messi Made My Best Day In Football‘Now, everyone has their opinion and they are all very respectable.‘Mine is based on the fact that I was lucky to play the Champions League every year and I know that it is not possible to win it by playing as we have been playing.’FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Two dozen IMCA Modified rookies competing in the Dirt Works Eastern Region have received early career contingency awards from Carolina Racing Supply. The Mooresville, N.C., high performance parts retailer has already issued $50 product certificates, good toward online purchases of $100 or more, to drivers who completed the rookie application process. Those drivers include Jeremiah Apel, Mark Bawcum, Chad Bennett, John Clark, Timothy Degroft Jr., Bubba Fletcher, Kyle Ford, Dillon Gentry, Richard Glascock, Darick Guikema, Michael Haynes. Devin Lenoir, Mathew McCaul, Billy McDuffie, Charlie Mihacsi, Kevin Miller, Derek Passenier, Mark Rasch, Jessie Savage, Casey Smith, Brian Vandecar, Derrick Waldfogel and Kevin Williams. In its ninth season as an IMCA sponsor, Carolina Racing Supply will also give $50 certificates to the lowest finishing driver with perfect attendance in Modified point standings at every sanctioned track in the region.
Greensburg, IN—Dave O’Mara Contractor Inc. will complete median patching and pavement repair at the intersection of S.R. 3 and Lincoln Street in Greensburg this afternoon (Oct. 3). Work is expected to be completed by Monday morning (Oct. 7), weather permitting.While repairs are in progress, traffic on S.R. 3 will not be permitted to turn left onto Lincoln Street. Traffic from Lincoln Street will not be permitted to travel through the intersection or turn left onto S.R. 3 (right turns only).The resurfacing portion of the $11.7 million S.R. 3/U.S. 421 pavement replacement and bridge preservation project is scheduled to be completed by October 31, 2019. The entire project is expected to be completed by July 2020.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has expressed his delight at the news that Reds “icon” Steven Gerrard has signed a contract extension with the club. Midfielder Gerrard, the Merseyside outfit’s 33-year-old captain who has spent his entire career with them, has put pen to paper on what is understood to be a two-year deal. Giving his reaction, Rodgers told LFC TV: “I’m absolutely delighted, as you can imagine. I’ve talked throughout pre-season about wanting to bring other players into the group, but this was one of the – if not the – most important signings for us. Press Association “He’s an icon here at the football club – a real iconic figure for players and supporters. I think he’s still got a good few years left yet. His level of performance last year was outstanding.” Aside from missing the last two games of the campaign due to a shoulder problem, Gerrard started every other one of Liverpool’s Barclays Premier League matches last season – Rodgers’ first in charge of the Reds, which saw them finish seventh. So far this summer the Anfield club have added to their squad by bringing in goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, defender Kolo Toure and forwards Luis Alberto and Iago Aspas. And having signed his new deal, Gerrard – who has made 630 appearances for Liverpool, scoring 159 goals, and won the 2005 Champions League, the 2001 UEFA Cup, two FA Cups and three League Cups – has spoken of his excitement about the future. The Reds academy product, a first-team debutant in 1998, said: “I’ve got a lot of confidence and belief in my team-mates and in the coaches we’ve got. “That’s the reason why I feel as if we can move forward together and get success back soon. I won’t lie to you, I’m really excited at the moment.” Asked about his relationship with Rodgers, Gerrard – also the England skipper – said: “I think it’s perfect. I’ve got a lot of respect for Brendan as a coach, but also as a guy as well. “I’ve loved every minute of working with him since he came through the door and I hope he is here for certainly the next couple of years. I want to work with him more. The relationship is growing and I feel as if he is the man to take this club forward.” Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre said the club and the player – whose previous deal ran to next summer – would review the contract situation in 2015, but suggested Gerrard’s services had been secured “until the end of his career”. Ayre said: “We’re pleased to add an extension to his existing agreement and that keeps him here until the end of his career. We’ve said what we’ll do in two years’ time is review it again and see how happy Steven is. We seem to always be happy with him, so hopefully we’ll just continue in that vein.”