Auctioneer Peter Burgin and marketing agent Matthew Jabs at the auction of 54 Edith St, Alderley. Photo: MARK CALLEJAAfter some negotiations, the highest bidder increased their bid to $1.32 million and the property was called on the market and sold. The new owners, a couple with a young child, placed the second bid at the auction and were determined to have the last word. The couple said they loved the location, the high end design and finish of the property and the modern layout. “I can’t wait to buy furniture and move in,” the woman said. The home at 41 Chartwell St, Aspley sold under the hammer.The sale also smashed the previous Chartwell Street record of $785,000. The French provincial style home was built in 2009 with six bedrooms and three bathrooms across two levels. The property has city views and is on a block with landscaped gardens, wrought iron fencing and an inground swimming pool. Marketing agent Sonya Treloar of Ray White Bridgeman Downs said the “full on” auction attracted five registered bidders and a crowd of more than 50 people. An opening bid of $980,000 kicked off the action and fast-paced bidding saw the price quickly rise to $1.2 million. From there, bids increased in increments of $50,000, then $20,000 and finally $10,000 until the auction stalled at $1.4 million. The open-plan living area at 54 Edith St, Alderley.Marketing agent Matthew Jabs of Place Newmarket said the vendors were “over the moon” with the sale price. “It was a big sale in the area,” he said. “We had about 200 people inspect (the home) and a lot of that was on the back of the quality of the house. “The (vendor) who built it has gone to that next level and it is really well finished.”Mr Jabs said buyers looking at the property were mostly owner-occupiers and nearly all bidders were families. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoOn the same day in Aspley, 41 Chartwell St sold for $1.5 million under the hammer, making it the third most expensive sale for the suburb and the highest sale for a standard suburban block. The city views from 41 Chartwell St, Aspley.One bidder decided he’d had enough and put his hand up at $1.5 million, which was enough to secure the property. Ms Treloar said the new owner was a family man who wanted to move into the Aspley area. “He wanted city views and a large, quality-built home and this property represented fantastic value at $1.5 million,” she said. Also on Saturday, 30 Donald St, Camp Hill was passed in at $1.3 million. The auction of 54 Edith St, Alderley. PHOTO: Mark CallejaTWO street records have fallen as 153 homes went under the hammer in Brisbane this week. In Alderley, a crowd of more than 100 gathered to watch the Hamptons-style home at 54 Edith St sell for $1.32 million at auction on May 27. The sale broke the previous street record of $935,000, which was set when the same address, then a rundown house on a double block, sold in April last year. The auction of the new and improved 54 Edith St attracted 15 registered bidders. An opening bid of $850,000 got things started and within five minutes five buyers placed 22 bids to see the price sitting at $1.31 million. At that point, auctioneer Peter Burgin paused the auction to seek vendor instructions. The home at 30 Donald St, Camp Hill is still up for grabs after being passed in at auction.The nine-year-old property has six bedrooms, three bathroom and a host of high end extras, including pool, fire place and gourmet kitchen, across three levels. The auction started with an opening bid of $900,000 and paused after a vendor bid of $1 million. Despite negotiations, the sole active bidder and vendor couldn’t come to an agreement and the property was passed in at $1.3 million. Marketing agent Steven Gow of Ray White Bulimba said he expected the home to sell in the next couple of weeks. “We had good interest from buyers (wanting to make offers) outside of auction conditions,” he said. “We had approximately 25 groups through, so it was a steady campaign in terms of interest.”
Saker Nusseibeh, chief executive officer of Hermes Fund Managers Limited, also said that by investing responsibly, the firm aimed “to help people retire better, strive for better risk-adjusted returns and, where possible, contribute to positive outcomes in the wider world”. Federated Investors has incorporated the Hermes Investment Management brand into a new corporate name, Federated Hermes, it was announced today.Federated Investors also changed its New York Stock Exchange ticker symbol from FII to FHI to reflect the combining of the two active management companies.In 2018 US asset management giant Federated Investors acquired a 60% stake in Hermes Fund Managers from its previous majority owner, BT Pension Scheme (BTPS).Today the combined entity said its corporate identity would be focussed on “a commitment to responsible investing to achieve financial outperformance”. Federated Hermes is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaHermes has for some time taken a strong responsible investment stance, and Gordon Ceresino, vice-chairman of Federated Investors, previously told IPE that Federated viewed Hermes as “the world leader in ESG”.Since the 2018 acquisition Federated has moved to strengthen its credentials in this area, launching a responsible investing office and integrating Hermes environmental, social and governance factors into the liquidity fund investment decision process. It is in the process of doing the same for Federated equity and fixed income strategies.Federated has also become a client of EOS, the engagement and stewardship arm that came with the acquisition.Last month Hermes Investment Management acquired MEPC, a UK commercial real estate developer, from BTPS.According to Pittsburgh-headquartered Federated Hermes, it had $575.9bn (€521bn) in assets under management as of 31 December.
“If they have to be arrested, then they will be arrested. If they have been violating the rules repeatedly, we cannot allow that,” Palgue said.Policemen, however, have to be humane in enforcing the laws during the health crisis, he added. (With a report from PNA/PN) “Before they are allowed to go home, they should be safe. We must learn to live with COVID-19,” he said during a virtual press conference, adding that the member of the 1st Negros Occidental Provincial Mobile Force Company who was infected with the virus already recovered. According to Palgue, those who come from frontline duties are required to undergo the mandatory 14-day quarantine and COVID-19 testing before going home to their respective families. Provincial police director Colonel Romeo Palgue said Tuesday policemen are provided with personal protective equipment, some of which were donated by patrons, while on assignment. The police officer was among those who assisted returning Negrenses billeted in a hotel in this city. Palgue said the policeman was quarantined at the Provincial Healing Center in EB Magalona town while being treated. Policemen are also currently assigned in the border control checkpoints in the boundaries of this province as part of the continuing community quarantine measures in Negros Occidental. “They are manning the checkpoints 24/7. They will remain there until further instructions,” Palgue said. BACOLOD City – The Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office has ensured that its personnel assigned to the frontlines in the battle against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) get ample protection. Meanwhile, he said the provincial police office has also been instructed to apprehend Negrenses who violate COVID-19 preventive measures such as the use of face masks and safe physical distancing.
Authorities responded to a single vehicle accident with no injuries Tuesday morning near Milan.Ripley County dispatchers said the SUV overturned on State Road 101 near C.R. 600 N, a few miles north of Milan.Emergency crews responded to the scene shortly after 6:25 a.m.No injuries were reported and nobody was transported to the hospital.
Batesville Area CYO Basketball Scores.1st Round TourneySunday (1-18)St. Louis-2 51 St. Catherine’s 41St. Maurice 54 St. Teresa’s 308th Grade ScoresSt. Louis 46 St. Lawrence 24St. Mary’s 42 St. Nicholas 25Courtesy of Bruins Coach Roger Dietz.St. Louis-2 51 St. Catherine’s 41St. Louis-2 used a balanced scoring to advance to the 2nd round of the Deanery Tournament. St. Louis-2 jumped out to a quick lead and led 21-9 after the 1st quarter. It was important for us to get off to get a good start. I felt we were focused and ready to play. St. Louis-2 led would grow to 18 after 2nd quarters. In the 3rd quarter St. Louis-2 would continue to play well and would enter the 4th quarter with 44-29 led. But St. Catherine’s-2 would not give up as they were able to continue battles but would not be able to overcome the early lead by St. Louis-2. We played well for most of the game and now we need to continue the good play as we move forward in the deanery tournament.STL-2 Scoring. George Ritter 10, Gus Cooper 9, Evan Vogelsang 8, Charlie Prickel 7, Adam Cox 7, Jack Abplanalp 5, Karson Macke 3, Christian Anderson 2.Courtesy of Bruins Coach Fuzz Springmeyer.
Arsenal goalkeeper Emi Martinez has said manager Mikel Arteta will soon develop into one of the best in the world. Arteta led Arsenal to FA Cup glory this season – his first as senior manager. And Martinez told Marca: “Arteta is a great coach, he changed the structure of Arsenal, he gave us a game plan. He is one of the best modern trainers today. “In six months he has won a title, no more nor less than the FA Cup, one of the best cups in England and one of the oldest in history.Advertisement Promoted ContentA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksPlus-Size Babes Who Will Make Your Heart RaceThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?What Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe “He has a great game idea. He’s very smart, in my opinion, he’s going to be one of the best coaches in the world. I have no doubt that he can lead the Spanish team. read also:Arsenal launch investigation into Pepe £72m deal after overpaying player “(Pep) Guardiola said that everyone at Manchester City had learned from Arteta. In training we see that he has a clear idea of the game, he surprises us day by day.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Everton striker Victor Anichebe believes he has learned greatly from fellow forward Nikica Jelavic, but sees no irony in the fact he has replaced the Croatian in the team. Manager David Moyes said Anichebe has earned his place on merit – and his fifth goal in eight league starts in the 3-3 draw against Aston Villa on Saturday appeared to back that up – as Jelavic has lost his way in front of goal with his last top-flight goal almost two months ago. But Anichebe said: “I wouldn’t look too far into him not playing. Nikica has been unbelievable since he came to us and his record speaks for itself (18 goals in 45 appearances).” He added: “I was injured for two months and he took the burden on his own and he has been playing on his own every game. There comes a time when you have to take him out because he is pretty tired but the best of him will come. He has been playing for a long time on his own. Now I am back it is probably good time to give him a rest. “I talk to him all the time and some of the positions I am getting into is because of him, he has helped me get into more goalscoring positions. “We can play together. If he doesn’t play, if I don’t play, it is not a big deal.” Moyes believes Anichebe’s form is down to improved self-belief. “I think there have been a lot of times when Victor has been questioned and maybe even our faith in him at times,” he said. “But I hope he has seen we always believed there was a really good player in there if we could get it out of him. “He has been needing support from the crowd because for a long time I think he was probably believing they weren’t behind him or didn’t value him as a player and maybe some of the things he has done on the pitch you wouldn’t have (done so). “But we have tried to keep with him and work with him and he made a big contribution, scoring a goal, was a threat and was challenging high up the pitch. He is doing really well for us at the moment. We have brought him in and given Jela a breather and I think Victor is deservedly playing up front at the moment by how he is doing.” Press Association
Goalkeeper Allan McGregor, whose error led to Lokeren’s winner on Thursday, is the Tigers’ only fitness concern for Sunday’s encounter after he picked up a shoulder injury. “To get back-to-back wins in the Premier League would be great. I don’t think we’ve done that for about a year so it shows how hard it is,” said Bruce. He is expected to make wholesale changes but is without the suspended Yannick Sagbo and Robert Snograss, who has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a dislocated knee. They miss out as Marc Wilson insists Stoke must recover from their opening-day defeat to Aston Villa. The defender admitted the disappointment from the 1-0 home reverse hit the side hard after Andreas Weimann’s winner stole the points for the visitors. Stoke are expected to do well in the top flight this season and Wilson knows they cannot afford a hangover. “It was a set-back for us, and we are all still hurting from the result,” Wilson told Stoke City Player. “We just weren’t able to hit the levels we hit last season (which finished with Stoke in ninth, the club’s record-high Premier League final position), both as a team and on a personal level, and that was frustrating. “We had come through a good pre-season, added a number of new players to the squad and we were really expecting to start the season better than we did. “For us to have produced the kind of performance that we did was a real kick in the stomach to be honest. “It’s a disappointment we are determined to bounce straight back from however, and we have a real chance of doing that against Hull. “We know that we need to be better, and we know that we have to learn from the mistakes we made last weekend. We are itching to get those three points on the board.” Stoke are without Stephen Ireland, who suffered a chest injury in training to rule him out for at least two weeks but United States defender Geoff Cameron and Nigeria striker Peter Odemwingie are available after their extended break following the World Cup. Hughes is confident Robert Huth will be available, despite the defender feeling a slight twinge in his knee while over-stretching. Victor Moses could make his debut after his season-long loan move from Chelsea with Hughes deciding whether the Nigeria forward will be fit enough after a lack of game time in pre-season. Dionatan Teixeira, Andy Wilkinson, Ryan Shotton, Wilson Palacios and Brek Shea were also absent last week with Palacios linked with Villa and Derby interested in Shotton. Press Association Hull’s stay lasted only two seasons but they returned last term and Bruce – who has had two bids for Blackburn’s Jordan Rhodes rejected this week – hopes to achieve similar success to that enjoyed at the Britannia Stadium. “This club went up with Stoke in 2008, and they’ve been there ever since,” he told the Tigers’ official website. “That shows how they’ve progressed and what they’ve done in those years. That has to be my aim, to copy something like Stoke. “They have a nucleus of some very good players. Mark Hughes is changing the way they want to play and they are a good side.” The game comes three days after Hull lost the first leg of their Europa League qualifying play-off tie 1-0 against Lokeren in Belgium. Bruce is confident the Tigers will shrug off that disappointment and avoid a Europa League hangover that has afflicted many English sides competing in the competition in past campaigns. He added: “Stoke have had all week to prepare and that is an advantage. We haven’t had the chance to do any preparation work. We recovered from Thursday on Friday and we’ll do some preparation on Saturday. “I made nine changes on Thursday night, so hopefully we’ll be fresh enough to get the three points that we need.” Steve Bruce wants Hull to use Stoke’s blueprint for their own success in the Barclays Premier League. The Tigers host the Potters on Sunday with manager Bruce hoping to build on last season’s 16th placed finish. Both sides were promoted to the Premier League in 2008 but the Potters have stayed in England’s top tier ever since – reaching Europe after being beaten FA Cup finalists in 2011.
Nigeria U-19 cricket team, the Young Yellow Greens, returned to the country yesterday after their victorious performance at the ICC U-19 World Cup qualifiers in Windhoek, Namibia.The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the team unbeaten run at the qualifiers earned the country a slot in the ICC-19 World Cup slated for South Africa in 2020 for the first time.The country also won the Africa Division 1 after defeating Sierra Leone, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and host, Namibia.Ogbimi Uthe, Coach of the team, told NAN at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos that the victory was a feat for the country in cricket.He attributed the team’s success to hard work and adequate support from the Nigeria Cricket Federation before and during the competition. “I am happy and proud of the boys with what they have been able to achieve for the country in cricket.“Before the qualifiers in Namibia, the team was in Zimbabwe for tournament tour and that really brought the best out of them because Zimbabwe is far ahead of us in cricket.“They faced some of the top countries at the qualifiers and were able to achieve an unbeaten run at the end of the event,” he said.The coach said that the next agenda was to prepare the team early enough for the World Cup, adding that they want to compete with the best.“The next thing on our agenda is preparations for South Africa 2020, we don’t want to be there for participating sake but we want to compete as well, ” he said.Also, Silvestre Okpe, captain of the team, told NAN that he was grateful to God for the team’s performance in Windhoek.Okpe thanked the NCF for doing everything possible to ensure a good outing for the players, urging for more support for the task ahead in 2020.“I am excited and the team is grateful to God for giving us the victory because it was not an easy one for us.“We appreciate the federation and we hope our performance will spur the government and other corporate organisations to support our preparation for the World Cup,” he said. (NAN)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Comments Could have. Should have. Would have.As Christina Tan recalls, that was the feeling of the Syracuse tennis team after last year’s loss to Army. But this year, Tan feels, should be different. Instead of the 12-5 record the team had this week last year, SU currently boasts a 15-2 record. It hasn’t lost any of its last nine games, a streak that has lasted more than a month. Last year, the team lost close matches. This year, thanks to the new depth of the roster, Tan does not expect the same to happen down the stretch. And it starts with that rematch against Army.‘It came down to the last few matches, and this year with us being a lot deeper and everyone being a lot better, it’ll be close, but I think we’ll beat (Army),’ Tan said.In just one year, the team has improved significantly thanks to that depth. There is no petering off in head coach Luke Jensen’s singles team. He said it is solid across the board. In addition to retaining four of last year’s starters, he added two of what he refers to as ‘big kahunas’ to the lineup.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘I think the biggest thing is that you’ve got Eleanor Peters and CC Sardinha, who are world-ranked players,’ Jensen said. ‘These are people who have come off playing the (World Tennis Association) tour and who bring so much more depth and experience to the team we had last year.’It is this balanced roster that will help the Orange in its match against Army (17-6) Wednesday, a match it lost 5-2 last year. Tan, the co-captain, said that not only have the new players added to the team, but the returning players have improved and become more aggressive. Tan, who played No. 2 singles last year, has been playing No. 5 singles this year. And Jensen believes it is a testament to the quality of play of returners and newcomers alike. Particularly because so many of the opponents the team will face tomorrow have never competed against Syracuse before, Kalhorn expects Army will play a lot of defense. SU has an attacking style of play and with it, will look to take advantage of the Army inexperience.‘I feel like they’ll try to play a lot of defense,’ junior Simone Kalhorn said, ‘which is good for us. That’s what we want.’Kalhorn thinks Syracuse’s aggression has been particularly evident going into the match because the team lost a tight game last year. SU is looking to prove itself. Kalhorn said that the normally high-energy and high-volume team will be even more pumped up to face the Black Knights again. And Jensen and his coaching staff are looking forward to the rematch as much as the players are.Another advantage the Orange hopes to have thanks to its depth is the winning streak it is currently on. Syracuse was coming off a loss to Rutgers when it played Army last year.This year, the consistency of play and wins has inspired increased sureness in the players. Although the team says it does not prepare any differently because of its recent success, the victories are apparent. It’s obvious in the attitude.‘It’s good because we’re coming in with a lot of confidence,’ Jensen said. ‘This team doesn’t think they can lose. This team believes in everyone on the lineup.’This confidence in the face of Army is not unfounded. SU has beaten all the opponents the two teams have in common. Army has lost to three of the seven. One of the Orange’s losses this year came against No. 8 Michigan. The other was to a Princeton (14-5) team that was in the polls earlier this year. Rutgers — the only team the Orange lost to last year that is has played so far this year — was unable to repeat its victory over the Orange in 2010. SU swept them 7-0.Jensen cannot guarantee a victory. But he has faith in his team. And with this winning streak it begs the question: Why shouldn’t he? He is confident that all his players, regardless of seed, will have the advantage against Army.With a roster led by his ‘big kahunas’ and supported by veterans, Jensen challenges the Black Knights to do their worst.‘Look at the quality of player that we have,’ Jensen said. ‘It’s the depth. When you have Christina Tan, Simone Kalhorn and Alessondra Parra at four, five and six, good luck. Those are the bottom of our top six. What do you got? You’ve got three people that were there last year with three newbies. Good luck. Here we come.’firstname.lastname@example.org Published on March 30, 2010 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+