One of the modern bathrooms.“It has new floors, a brand new kitchen, and it has gone from two bathrooms to three,” Mrs Erskine said.“We also added a full outdoor kitchen (and) now the house is nice and modern.” Mrs Erskine said the house had been a great place for her two children to grow, with enough room to allow everyone to have their own space. The raked ceilings continue to be a feature in the living areas.Mrs Erskine believed the property could be suited to either a developer or family, given the size of the 3857sq m block.“Because of the size of the home, living area and such a big space at the front for the kids to play, it would suit a family.”Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p432p432p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenStarting your hunt for a dream home00:51 The house at 121 Bray Rd, Lawnton, is for sale.THIS Lawnton house was always destined to be a flip for Donna and Rob Erskine.However, it ended up being a family home of five years. There are beautiful exposed timber ceilings.The couple undertook renovations over the time they lived in the home, with the bulk of it completed within the first two years.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The rest they had finished within the last six months. The kitchen comes with an impressive stove.It was the custom kitchen, however, that was her pick of the rooms, often enjoying cooking savoury dishes.“The kitchen is my heaven, I love my kitchen,” she said.“It’s got a 1500mm, big, gourmet stove.“It’s got wow factor.”The stove is as impressive as Mrs Erskine suggested, with a teppanyaki plate, deep fryer and two ovens — one of which has a rotisserie. Relax at the undercover area by the pool.Mrs Erskine said she saw the potential in the 121 Bray Rd home, despite what was a dated appearance.“It was like winding back the clock to the 1970s when you first looked at it,” Mrs Erskine said.“I was drawn to the potential of where renovations could take the property and the large space it provided.”
LNG World News Staff Illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Engie)Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Authority has approved the construction of two LNG production and storage facilities in Turkish provinces of Afyonkarahisar and Çorum.The application to construct the two facilities has been filed with the authority by LNG Gaz Üretim Depolama ve Satış.The company’s president Cevat Evliyaoğlu told Anadolu Agency that the proposed projects would be the country’s first LNG production and non-marine facilities.The regulator is currently working on the pricing and tariffs in related to the facility operations that will open the gates for talks with financial institutions to secure financing for the projects, he added.Turkey is currently ranked third among natural gas importers in Europe, however, the country has seen hard times securing enough gas storage capacity.The country usually stores its natural gas reserves in underground storage facilities and has over the last couple of years launched two FSRU-based import terminals.The approved projects would bring online a small-scale production plant with a 208 cubic meters per day of LNG and 2,000 cubic meters of storage.The costs are estimated at $35 million with the development date set for June this year with an eye on completion within 18 months.
Abibuag was caught on the strength of anarrest warrant around 10:50 a.m. on March 19, the report added. Police officers served the warrantissued by Judge Frances Guanzon of the Regional Trial Court Branch 62 in BagoCity dated Feb. 26, 2020. BACOLOD City – The court recommended nobail bond for the temporary liberty of a drug suspect arrested in Barangay Zone16, Talisay City, Negros Occidental. Tagged suspect was 42-year-old resident JovensonAbibuag, a police report showed. The suspect was detained in thecustodial facility of the Talisay City police station, facing charges forviolation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of2002./PN
Versailles, In. — Indiana State Police have honored troopers from around the state for exemplary efforts in the performance of their duties at a ceremony in Indianapolis, Indiana. During the awards ceremony, four troopers from the Versailles Post received awards.Joe MayTrooper Joe May was recognized as being the 2018 “District Trooper of the Year” for the Versailles District. This award is presented annually to a trooper from each ISP district who best demonstrates professionalism, integrity, and dedication while excelling in criminal enforcement, traffic enforcement, and community involvement. Lt. Paul Adams, Versailles District Commander stated, ” Trooper May continuously excels in the performance of his job. He is a valuable asset to the mission of the Indiana State Police.” Trp. May is an 11 year veteran of the Indiana State Police and is assigned to the Versailles District All Crime Policing Squad.Trooper David Owsley, a 12 year veteran of the Indiana State Police, was given a “Life Saving Award” for his efforts in saving the life of man in Jefferson County, Indiana in December of 2018. Trp. Owsley responded to a report of a man suffering from a gunshot wound inside of a residence. Upon arriving at the scene, Trp. Owsley applied tourniquets to the man’s leg. As a result of Trp. Owsley’s actions, the man survived his injuries. Trp. Owsley has received two previous life saving awards during his career with ISP.James HerbertTrooper James Herbert was honored with the Versailles District’s DUI Award for arresting the most impaired drivers (62) in the Versailles District in 2018. Lt. Paul Adams recently stated, “Trooper Herbert’s efforts in DUI enforcement have undoubtedly made the roads safer by arresting impaired drivers. Due to his efforts, he quite possibly saved lives.” Trp. Herbert is a five year veteran of the Indiana State Police.Nicholas AlbrectchtTrooper Herbert as well as Trooper Nicholas Albrecht, a four year veteran of ISP, were both given “Combat Action Awards” for their actions in the line of duty. In April of 2017, both troopers responded to a domestic disturbance in Jennings County. After arriving on scene, both troopers encountered an armed male outside of the residence. The suspect fired a shot in the direction of the officers, causing the troopers to return fire. The suspect ultimately barricaded himself inside of the residence before eventually surrendering to officers at the scene. They were both given awards for their actions in a stressful and life threatening situation.
Positive Cases in District 9COVID-19 deaths in District 9Statewide—The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) announced that 431 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 today. A total of 12,097 Indiana residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. To date, 67,264 tests have been reported to ISDH and a total of 630 Hoosiers have died to date.Locally, Decatur County has a total of 171 positive cases and 20 deaths (up 3 cases and 2 death, respectively), Franklin County has 91 positive cases (1 new case) and 7 deaths, and Ripley County has 83 positive cases (up 1 new case) and 3 deaths.
Greensburg, IN —Many of the 4-H livestock project members began preparing months before COVID -19 became a reality. While the entire Decatur Co. 4-H Council is focusing on what must happen to host a very modified live show for these 4-H members, the traditional 4-H auction to reward these young people for their hard work is not going to happen in the traditional way.This is where Decatur County Farm Bureau Incorporated is stepping up and asking our community to pull together an alternative. It is asking you to join this cause with your monetary support.It believes that not having an auction will be extremely detrimental for this year’s and future 4-Hers. Helping connect support for the 4-H members has the potential to directly impact those in livestock projects and offers a different, better outcome in these unprecedented times.Decatur County Farm Bureau Inc. has set up an account to collect donations through the Napoleon State Bank: “Decatur County 4-H Livestock Auction Supporters”. It hopes to raise as much money as possible to give back to 4-Hers who are involved in the 4-H livestock projects that would normally benefit at the traditional 4-H livestock auction. It is only intended for this fundraiser to be a 1-year solution. It is our hope that next year the Decatur County 4-H Fair will return with great success and once again there will be the traditional 4-H auction.There are two options for collecting your donation. You may go directly with your donation to any of the Napoleon State Bank branches –Greensburg (2 branches), Westport, and Napoleon. Location addresses are provided below; or mail a check that will be deposited into the same account for you. Donation deadline is August 15, 2020.Checks should be made payable to: Decatur County 4-H Livestock Auction Supporters.If mailing a check, please send to:ATTN Chris Whipple, 122 W Main St, Greensburg, IN 47240All funds collected will be given to the Decatur Co. 4-H Council to be used to support 4-H Livestock members who would participate in the Decatur County 4-H Livestock Auction. No donor will receive direct monetary benefit from their donation. However, as a supporter of the Decatur County 4-H Livestock Auction – donors will receive name recognition if you choose to have your name, business, club or other identity on the donor list.
Melbourne: Organisers of the ICC T20 World Cup are optimistic of organising of a successful tournament even if it directly competing with Australia’s football codes due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.The men’s T20 World Cup, slated to be played from October 18 to November 15, has come under doubts due to the coronavirus outbreak which has brought the entire sporting calendar to a grinding halt.With both the Australian Football League (AFL) and National Rugby League (AFL) seasons suspended, they may now clash with the T20 World Cup when they resume.“We’re wanting to give ourselves the best possible chance of going ahead as planned, so there’s no imminent or quick decision,” Nick Hockley, chief executive of the T20 World Cup organising committee, was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.“Hopefully it’s all resolved and we go ahead. In the event that it isn’t completely resolved, we are looking at all the different scenarios. Which is only prudent.“They are collective discussions involving the organising committee, the ICC, all the members. We will keep everyone updated if anything changes. But for now, we’re just under seven months away … we’ve got a bit of time,” he added.The postponed AFL and NRL seasons will now almost certainly last long beyond September if they resume.“We really feel for the winter codes, obviously they’re doing it very tough,” Hockley said.“In the event they have extended seasons … we still think the World Cup is a really strong proposition that might not come here again for 10 or 20 years.“We’re very encouraged already by the take up in terms of ticket sales,” he added.Speculations are rife that the T20 World Cup might be cancelled. The BCCI is now looking at the October-November window to host the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) which stands suspended till April 15 and chances of it being held in the near future are highly unlikely.But the move can only be possible if the ICC decides to postpone the World T20 that is to be held later in the year.However, ICC has made it clear though that the T20 World Cup is still on as planned and there have been no talks of postponement.Also read: Pay cut of Premier League players will hurt tax returns: Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA)Also watch: Coronavirus Preventive Measures: Dr. Navanil Barua in exclusive interview with The Sentinel Digital
Year two of the Andy Enfield era will come to a close soon. Barring an unlikely upset of UCLA at Pauley Pavilion or an unexpected run through the Pac-12 conference tournament, the Trojans will finish the season with a 3-15 record in conference play and 11 wins overall.In terms of a win-loss record, this year marks a slight increase from last season’s 2-16 march through conference play. Unless the Trojans are able to pull off a first-round upset in the Pac-12 tournament, they will match the overall win total of last year’s squad with 11 total victories.As frustrating as the record might be, there are some subtle indications of a program on the rise. Last season, the Trojans were blown out of the majority of conference games, losing by double-digits in more than half of their matchups. This season the team kept it closer, with six conference games being decided in the final few minutes. Unfortunately, the Trojans were on the losing end of all of these games, which is why the record only reflects a marginal improvement.Ultimately, though, it’s not good enough to just be close. College basketball isn’t horseshoes, and winning matters. As the great coach Bill Parcells says, “You are what your record says you are.”For the second-straight season, that makes the Trojan basketball team a fixture as a basement dweller. It would be inane to put the team’s dismal performance the last two seasons solely on Enfield. The second-year coach entered a bleak situation, coming into a program absolutely devoid of talent.He has made a few quality moves to rectify the situation, bringing in a respectable freshman class this past season. In addition to highly touted recruit Jordan McLaughlin, Enfield was able to nab Elijah Stewart who was the 2014 LA City Section Player of the Year for Westchester. Next year, local ESPN top-100 prospects Bennie Boatwright and Chimezie Metu will headline another solid recruiting class.Both McLaughlin and Stewart have shown flashes of their potential during the season, turning in a few excellent performances throughout the year. Additionally, freshman Malik Marquetti has turned into one of the best defenders on this year’s team. So there are certainly some positives when evaluating the team and the future of the program.It would be impetuous to call for Enfield’s job after only two seasons, as next year will be the true indicator of whether or not he is the right man to be at the helm of the Trojan program. There are many areas where the Trojans can improve in order to really field a competitive basketball team in a power conference.USC needs another point guard to complement McLaughlin. Though he had a decent showing as a freshman, McLaughlin’s nagging shoulder issues that originated in high school are cause for concern. Offseason surgery might fix that issue, but it doesn’t address the bigger problem. The bulk of McLaughlin’s game is centered on driving through the lane; there is a high probability that constantly exposing his slight frame will always put him at a risk for injury.Furthermore, a point guard should be one of the best free-throw shooters on the team. McLaughlin cost the team repeatedly with an inability to shoot a high percentage from the line. Instead of relying on a platoon of Julian Jacobs, Katin Reinhardt and company to bring up the ball when McLaughlin is out next season, the team should be looking for a point guard to add to the 2015 recruiting class.In Enfield’s up-tempo system, athleticism and outside shooting prowess are of paramount importance. The Trojans were certainly athletic this season, but they were inept from outside the arc. Arguably the best shooter on the team, Kahlil Dukes, rarely sees the floor. The only other consistent outside threat was Reinhardt, who fluctuated between outstanding performances and turning invisible on the court.What USC really needs is a few players who can knock down an open 3-point shot consistently. It doesn’t matter how athletic all five guys are if every team packs it in with a zone because they aren’t the least bit concerned about the 3-point shot.The team showed promise this season, and hopefully they can build on that moving forward. The Trojans have a few key pieces, and with the right recruits and improved player development, they can move forward in the rebuilding process. Next year will answer a lot of questions.
After a series sweep over Purdue last weekend, the University of Wisconsin softball team (36-10, 13-7 Big Ten) will host the Nebraska Cornhuskers (20-28, 8-12) in their last regular season series.With Wisconsin looking to go to the Big Ten Tournament on a six-game win streak and improve their standing, Yvette Healy’s Badgers will have to conquer one more opponent at Goodman Diamond.Nebraska boasts a losing Big Ten record but is not a team to take lightly in a highly competitive Big Ten conference.The Cornhuskers will travel with top hitter Tristen Edwards and top pitcher Regan Mergele.Softball: Badgers sweep Purdue in final road trip of seasonThe University of Wisconsin softball team (36-10, 13-7 Big Ten) left their last road trip of the season with a Read…Edwards poses a huge power threat for Nebraska, as she sits tied for first in the Big Ten for home runs with 15. To put that into perspective, she is tied with Wisconsin’s very own Kayla Konwent.While Konwent beats Edwards outright in batting average, Edwards still sits 11th in the Big Ten at .368. Edwards will look to be a spark for the rather lackluster Nebraska offense — which sits third-to-last in the Big Ten — come this weekend.While Mergele poses the best ERA for the Cornhuskers at 3.48 and the Badgers can expect to see her sometime this weekend, the more probable pitcher that the powerful Wisconsin offense will face is Lindsey Walljasper.Walljasper holds a 10-11 record with 28 appearances in the circle this season, and will look to limit the usually dominant Badger lineup.Softball: Young Badger core look to leave lasting impact on Wisconsin programThe 2019 University of Wisconsin softball team (31-8, 8-5 Big Ten) has already had an outstanding, record-breaking season that’s put Read…But the Nebraska pitching staff as a whole also sits third from the bottom in the Big Ten based off of ERA — something the Badgers will look to take advantage of, as they have proved in the past that they are good at scoring runs.Wisconsin poses a three-game win streak in their part matchups against Nebraska after sweeping them last season. But it’s the Cornhuskers who hold the lead in the all-time record between these two teams, 12-5.The first pitch of this series will take place form Goodman Diamond Friday at 5 p.m. Games will continue Saturday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at noon. Watch live on BTN+ or follow live stats at uwbadgers.com.
According to reports this morning, Gareth Southgate is the early favourite to become the next England manager.Alan Pardew and Eddie Howe have also been mentioned.The stunning victory for Iceland has set-up a quarter-final against tournament hosts France on Sunday.Earlier, Italy also advanced to the last eight with a 2-0 win over Spain. England’s stunning Euro2016 defeat to Iceland has cost Roy Hodgson his job.Just minutes after last night’s shock 2-1 loss in Nice, Hodgson announced that he and his management team were stepping-down with immediate effect. He refused to answer any further questions…