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Consent for Bishopsbridge

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Woman of the moment

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Quintain sees second director go

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Location, location for shopping lovers and golf enthusiasts

first_imgWestside Apartments at Indooroopilly features a beautiful rooftop terrace with city views.CONSTRUCTION has commenced on the $66 million luxury apartment project at Indooroopilly.Already more than half of the 119 apartments have sold at Village Building Co’s nine-level Westside Apartments project. In a suburb where new developments are rare, Westside will have a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with a rooftop terrace including a pool and barbecues. Remaining unsold apartments are priced from $365,500. Village Building Co acquired the site in 2015, and Queensland development manager Sam Burgess said it had a lot of locational advantages.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Westside Apartments at Indooroopilly.“The early sales success is a testament to our decision to develop in Indooroopilly,” Mr Burgess said. “It’s the right type of project in the right location, and as a result we are attracting strong interest from a wide range of buyers.“For both owner occupiers and investors, the key drawcard is always location.” The project is adjacent to the redeveloped Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, and close to the Indooroopilly golf course and public transport. Mr Burgess said the project was being built on an elevated site. “Many apartments will have views of either the city, Mount Cootha or the Brisbane River,” he said.last_img read more

UK roundup: PPF 7800 Index, Partnership, medically underwritten buy-ins

first_imgThe deficit among UK pension funds has increased by one-third after a significant fall in yields over the month of November, research from the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has shown.The lifeboat fund’s monthly 7800 Index update, which calculates the ability of UK pension funds to provide PPF-level benefits, found a shortfall among the 6,057 schemes of £221.bn (€280.5bn) at the end of November.This was a 34% increase from the £164.9bn figure a month earlier.The fund said the chief reason for the sudden increase was a 31 basis point drop in the yield of 15-year UK Gilts. It also pointed out that the increase in liabilities came despite a 2.9% rise in the value of assets after positive stock market movements.Over the month, assets rose to £1.23bn from £1.2bn, but the increase was offset by a 6.6% rise in liabilities going from £1.36bn to £1.46bn.The PPF said funding ratios, over the year to the end of November, deteriorated by more than 13 percentage points, falling from 97.5% in 2013 to 84.8%.In other news, Partnership, the medically underwritten annuity provider, has announced a record-breaking £206m buy-in with an undisclosed UK pension fund.The multi-billion pound pension fund requested to remain anonymous until all affected members had been informed.The latest transaction, in a growing market of medically underwritten transactions, was won by Partnership after an open tender among four providers.Partnership insured the pension scheme’s highest valued members in a process known as ‘top-slicing’, which sees the members with the greatest individual liabilities insured.The first medically underwritten bulk annuity was insured by Partnership only in March 2013, but the combined market now accounts for more than £600m of liabilities.Hymans Robertson, a consultancy, said it expected the market to reach £1bn by the first half of 2015, given the pipeline of deals.Partner James Mullins said the most popular transaction type remained the ‘top-slice’.“This allows the pension scheme to remove a significant concentration of risk at a highly competitive price,” he said.The record-breaking medically underwritten deal in 2014 adds to fellow record deals for buyouts and traditional buy-ins also seen this year.Last month, the TRW scheme broke the buyout record in a £2.5bn deal with L&G, which followed on from the insurer’s £3bn record buy-in with the ICI Pension Fund.Fore more on bulk annuities from IPE, click herelast_img read more

Digital addiction a growing trend in New Zealand – survey

first_imgNZ Herald 19 February 2015A new consumer behaviour survey backs other research that there is a growth of “digital dependency” in New Zealand, according to a leading academic.Online interaction is overtaking real-life socialisation and lack of access to the internet is causing anxiety for some Kiwis, according to the results of a Canstar Blue consumer satisfaction survey released this week.Of the 1127 people who participated in Canstar Blue’s survey, 41 per cent said they felt stressed without internet access and 26 per cent said they socialised more online than in person.Thirty-six per cent also admitted to checking or updating their social accounts multiple times each day, 40 per cent said they “wasted a lot of time” surfing the internet out of boredom and 18 per cent said they downloaded music and videos they did not pay for.When results were broken down further, Generation Y respondents – those born between about 1980 and 2004 – were more adversely affected by the internet trends.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11404205last_img read more

Valencia eye April 13 training return from Covid 19 lockdown

first_imgRead Also: La Liga clubs to lose up to €957m if season is cancelledThe state of alarm was extended by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez last week, but there remains the potential for a further lock down, as the country continues to fight against the virus.La Liga is suspended indefinitely, with UEFA yet to announce details of the expected return of domestic football across Europe.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 However, reports from Diario AS claim the club have now received a clean bill of health, with a complete set of negative results. The positive news has encouraged the club to restart first team training at the Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna ahead of schedule. Training sessions will be staggered in small groups, with the club maintaining strict adherence to official health guidelines. Valencia are reportedly targeting a return to training on April 13, with the current Spanish state of alarm ending 24 hours earlier. Los Che had previously confirmed five positive Covid 19 tests at the club, including first team stars Ezequiel Garay, Jose Gaya and Eliaquim Mangala.Advertisementcenter_img Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Most Unforgettable Bridges In The World7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes12 Celebrities Who Almost Ruined Their Careers With One MovieWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?A Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayZodiac Signs Reimagined As Women Look Incredible20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory” Loading… last_img read more

Brewsaugh selected 2018 Miss Decatur County

first_imgGreensburg, in. — Sammi Brewsaugh, 20, was selected from 10 of her peers as 2018 Miss Decatur County. Brewsbaugh is the daughter of Kim Slaven and Scott (Sarah) Brewsaugh of Greensburg. She is a 2016 North Decatur High School graduate. She currently attends Ivy Tech Community College, majoring in ag business management.First runner up is Zoey Nobbe, 18, of Greensburg. Nobbe is the daughter Daniel and LeaAnn Nobbe of Greensburg. She is a 2018 graduate of South Decatur and will be attending Purdue University to study agricultural business.Second runner up is Erika Fixmer, 18, of Greensburg. Fixmer is the daughter of Mark and Sandy Fixmer of Greensburg. She is a 2018 Greensburg graduate and will be studying nursing at Marian University in the fall.Miss Congeniality is Hannah Davis, 19, is the daughter of Kristi (Steve) Fasnacht and Daniel Davis of Greensburg. She is a 2017 Greensburg High School graduate and current student at Ball State University studying accounting.Other contestants were Taylor Best, Clare Hunter, Emily Talent, Danielle Smith, Emma Hellmich, Emma Spreckleson and Grace Vanderbur.last_img read more

Cronin stars in Leinster victory

first_img Five days on from losing at the home to the Newport Gwent Dragons, Matt O’Connor’s men were facing another shock result when South African full-back Hennie Daniller’s first Pro12 try had Zebre 8-3 ahead at half-time. Despite playing poorly, Leinster came good in the second half as converted tries from Dominic Ryan and Jimmy Gopperth fired them in front, and further efforts from man-of-the-match Fitzgerald and replacement Cronin sealed a five-point return for the defending champions. O’Connor’s side had the ideal platform from an early penalty-winning scrum, however Gopperth missed the straightforward fifth-minute place-kick and they failed to follow up on good approach work by Ben Te’o and Fergus McFadden. Zebre were well organised in defence, keeping error-prone Leinster out, and they raided through for a brilliant breakaway try in the 21st minute. A loose McFadden kick invited Daniller to counter over halfway and he linked with Andrea de Marchi before the latter’s pass was expertly palmed back by Michele Visentin to Daniller, who finished neatly near the left corner. Edoardo Padovani, an injury replacement for Luciano Orquera, missed the conversion and Zebre stayed in front after Jack Conan had a try ruled out for a knock-on by Leinster captain Shane Jennings at the previous maul. Leinster, with a 67 per cent share of possession, had to settle for a 32nd-minute penalty from Gopperth, before Samuela Vunisa won a ruck penalty which allowed Mirco Bergamasco – kicking after Padovani was forced off – to restore his side’s five-point advantage. Early second half replacements Cian Healy and Cronin made an immediate impact for Leinster and with Zane Kirchner and Te’o countering to good effect, the latter’s pass sent Fitzgerald through on an angled run past four players. The damage was done and quick ruck ball saw flanker Ryan touch down from close range for Gopperth to convert. Attacking off a dominant scrum near the Zebre posts, Gopperth took advantage of a Brendon Leonard slip to score try number two which he converted himself. Leinster’s power up front was evident again as they mauled up close to the line, seven minutes from the finish. Healy went close off quick ruck ball before Gopperth’s long pass gave Fitzgerald a simple run-in on the left. The overworked Zebre defence stood firm until the dam broke just past the 80-minute mark. Hooker Cronin duly barrelled over on the left and Gopperth’s fine conversion completed a 26-point turnaround. Sean Cronin’s last-gasp bonus-point try sealed Leinster’s flattering 29-8 Guinness Pro12 victory over bottom side Zebre at the RDS.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Fan reactions to Syracuse’s 85-70 loss to Boston College

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ [View the story “Fan reactions to Syracuse’s 85-70 loss to Boston College” on Storify] Comments Published on February 28, 2018 at 11:04 pmlast_img