Serve for your own patch of Wimbledon turf in Brisbane

first_img“It’s been a home that we’ve nurtured and loved,’’ Mrs Fea said. A new kitchen modernises this Queenslander.A lift, put in after Mr Fea had hip surgery, also makes it easy to access both levels of the house. Looking from the kitchen, across the living room to the lift that takes you upstairs.“I think it’s a family home and because we’ve put a lift in, if there’s somebody a little younger than us who still wants to entertain the family as we have, it would suit them too.” SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN CORINDA “What won’t I miss?” Mrs Fea said.“I love all of the house.“Upstairs I love the view, we can sit on the veranda in the evening and watch the Riverfire fireworks in the distance.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoNew Year’s Eve fireworks and Riverfire are visible from the veranda.“And we’ve had lots of family gatherings playing tennis.”The layout has suited their family of five, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a drawing room and veranda upstairs. One of the bedrooms with views to neighbouring Jacaranda trees.Downstairs has living areas with a fourth bedroom, bathroom and more verandas. Outdoor entertaining beside the tennis court.There’s a new kitchen, updated ensuite in the main bedroom, and new outdoor area from which to watch the tennis. <<>> Built in 1985, this Queenslander in Corinda has its own tennis court and is going to auction on November 21.THERE’S Wimbledon standard synthetic grass on the tennis court and after your gruelling five-setter, you could take the lift upstairs for a lie down.Life at 12 Thalia Court, Corinda can be as active or relaxing as you want to make it.For the last 20 years, it has been the privilege of Graham and Barbara Fea to call this 1080sq m property home.But after November 21, it could be yours. Views from the top veranda over the tennis court.“We thought we’d stay for 10 years and then go to the coast, but we stayed on.”Originally from the “Woodlands” sheep, cattle and wheat property west of Goondiwindi, Mr and Mrs Fea are now moving to a unit in Sherwood to stay close to family and the community they have come to love. Beautifully positioned with neighbouring parkland is 12 Thalia Court, Corinda.last_img read more

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Sue Moroney ‘disappointed’ paid parental bill voted down

first_imgOneNews 26 February 2015Labour MP Sue Moroney is disappointed her bill proposal for parental leave was defeated in Parliament last night.Parliament voted down Ms Moroney’s bill to extend paid leave to 26 weeks.Act leader David Seymour voted with the Government to reject the bill.“I’m naturally disappointed that after battling for three years to extend paid parental leave, my Member’s Bill was defeated,” Ms Moroney says.“It’s disappointing for these New Zealand families that they will have to wait longer for extended paid parental leave just because National won’t vote for a Labour Bill.“It is mean-spirited of the Government to play politics with people’s lives, when those families need that support now,” she says.National MP Michael Woodhouse’s comments that he may consider extending paid parental leave to 26 weeks for parents of premature babies, multiple birth babies and babies born with disabilities has “buoyed” Ms Moroney.http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/sue-moroney-disappointed-paid-parental-bill-voted-down-6242224last_img read more

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MLB wrap: Josh Bell’s 3 home runs help Pirates demolish Cubs

first_imgBell hit homers in the first, second and eighth just one day after he made the All-Star roster and became a derby participant. It was the 20th three-homer game in franchise history, according to MLB.com, and the first ever by a switch-hitter.✌️#BELLieve pic.twitter.com/WgFtNJGNN9— Pirates (@Pirates) July 2, 2019Bell wasn’t the only one with a hot bat in Pittsburgh.  Related News Colin Moran went a perfect 5 for 5 with two RBIs, Adam Frazier was 5 for 6 with a pair of RBIs and five other Pirates each finished with one RBI.Adbert Alzolay had a rough start against Pittsburgh and was ultimately pegged with the loss. He lasted 2 2/3 inning and allowed 10 hits and seven earned runs.The Pirates are five games behind the National League Central-leading Brewers.Chicago falls to one game behind Milwaukee.Studs of the NightChristian Yelich hit his major league-leading 30th home run to help the Brewers rally and beat the Reds, 8-6.#30 for the MVP! #ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/iMEC6tJJEb— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) July 2, 2019Kevin Kiermaier hit a three-run homer to lift Tampa Bay over Baltimore, 6-3. Dud of the NightThe Royals could have used a little more offense to keep up with the Blue Jays, who won 11-4 on Monday. Alex Gordon finished 0 for 4 with two strikeouts for Kansas City. Autopsy set for Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs; Rangers-Angels game to be played Tuesday MLB teams, players mourn death of Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggscenter_img HighlightThis is both an offensive highlight and a clip that could end up on the Padres’ blooper reel as the Giants’ Austin Slater hit an RBI triple that bounced around outfielder Franmil Reyes.Hello, Austin Slater. 👊#SFGiants pic.twitter.com/R4ZVXg5ng9— San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) July 2, 2019What’s Next?Yankees (54-28) at Mets (38-47), 7:10 p.m. ET — It’s a showdown in New York. The Yankees return to their home state to face the Mets on Tuesday. They have won 13 of their last 14 games, including a sweep of Boston in the London Series. The Yankees hope to keep winning and will send James Paxton (5-3, 4.34 ERA) to the mound. Meanwhile, the Mets have been struggling, dropping seven of their last eight. They have a lot of ground to gain in the NL East and will hope to turn the tide with Zack Wheeler (6-5, 4.51 ERA) starting. Someone must not have told Josh Bell that Monday wasn’t the Home Run Derby.The Pirates first baseman hit three home runs in the team’s 18-5 win over the Cubs. He finished 4 for 6 with seven RBIs.last_img read more

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Veljovic, the judge who stopped Federer, fights for more parity in arbitration

first_img“In case you are good or adequate, gender shouldn’t be an issue. We wish tennis, which is already fairly equal, even more so, “says Veljovic.A possibility to “see the world and know legends”Veljovic is a tennis lover and recommends her occupation to more ladies who even have the sport of racket as one among their nice passions. He considers that because of the indisputable fact that he entered the elite arbitration, he is ready to know the world and luxuriate in the circuit from inside. “It’s nice for me to have the ability to journey the world. I feel it’s one thing I wouldn’t have accomplished for myself. I watch video games and I do know tennis gamers and legends. I extremely suggest it,” says Marijana Veljovic, who invitations more ladies to climb ‘his chair’. Hannah Peters & nbsp; (Getty Photographs) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Marijana Veljovic refereeing the match between Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka.Hannah Peters (Getty Photographs) A blunt “fucking ball!” got here out of Roger Federer’s mouth and resonated clearly on the Rod Laver after an unforced error the Swiss in his quarterfinal match in opposition to Tennys Sandgren. The one from Basel took a warning that didn’t swimsuit him properly and began to argue with Marijana Veljovic, judge of the assembly chair. The Serbian and the Swiss, uncommon in discussions, left one among the photographs of the event. Roger was making an attempt to justify his mistake however Marijana was blunt. “What did I say?” Requested the one in Basel angrily. The judge didn’t declare. He didn’t care if it was Federer or one other, each she and her associate in the fund had heard that ‘insult to the ball’ that price the warning and now, 3000 euros of wonderful.Marijana Veljovic didn’t blame Roger Federer and it’s that the judge already accumulates a notable profession with a number of Grand Slam finals directed behind him since he first climbed into the chair at the highest stage in 2015.Now, Veljovic will get moist and asks for more equality in arbitration. “We don’t have sufficient referees. We’ve got 3 times as many males as ladies. There’s a mission to draw more ladies to arbitration and we did a workshop in Prague. We talked about concepts for more ladies to enter arbitration, “says the Serb in statements collected by The Solar.last_img read more

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Points standing

first_imgP W D L GF GA GD PtsLeicester 16 10 5 1 34 22 12 35Arsenal 16 10 3 3 29 13 16 33Man City 16 10 2 4 32 17 15 32Man United 16 8 5 3 21 12 9 29Tottenham 16 6 8 2 26 14 12 26Crystal P 16 8 2 6 21 15 6 26Watford 16 7 4 5 18 16 2 25West Ham 16 6 6 4 25 21 4 24Liverpool 16 6 6 4 20 19 1 24Everton 16 5 8 3 29 21 8 23 P W D L GF GA GD PtsStoke City 16 6 5 5 13 14 -1 23Southampton 16 5 6 5 21 19 2 21West Brom 16 5 5 6 16 21 -5 20Bournemouth 16 4 4 8 20 31 -11 16Newcastle 16 4 4 8 18 31 -13 16Chelsea 16 4 3 9 18 26 -8 15Swansea City 16 3 5 8 15 24 -9 14Norwich City 16 3 5 8 18 28 -10 14Sunderland 16 3 3 10 17 30 -13 12Aston Villa 16 1 3 12 13 30 -17 6last_img read more

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