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Peskin says goodbye with 12% NAV rise

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Popular pad sells in a flash to determined buyer

first_imgThe property at 6 Dell Ct, Caboolture, sold in three days. Picture: Supplied.A neat three-bedroom home has sold in Caboolture in just three days, smashing the suburb average time on market of 35 days.The owner-occupied property at 6 Dell Court went for $314,900 during the traditionally slow holiday period. Marketing agent Frank Pike, of Marsellos Pike Real Estate, said the key factors in the quick sale were the condition of the property and the location. “When you advertise anything in immaculate condition with a shed in a quiet cul-de-sac, that’s gold,” he said. Mr Pike said the property attracted plenty of inquiries but an offer was submitted within days of the home coming to market from a buyer who had previously missed out on another house in the Caboolture area. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago“As soon as they saw it, they fell in love with it,” he said. Mr Pike said the Caboolture market was performing well despite a slump in investor activity. “From an investor point of view, we’ve seen a big drop off, which is not to be unexpected with the banking royal commission tipping lending upside down,” he said. Mr Pike said there were less buyers in the market at the moment as a consequence but he wasn’t concerned. “(The market) may soften a bit but that’s a good time for buyers to upgrade,” he said. “I think 2019 might be a challenge for some people but overall Caboolture and Morayfield always fair well regardless of market conditions.” Follow Courtney Todd on Twitterlast_img read more

La Ceiba Port Dredging Kicks Off

first_imgCSD Inder 9, Image source: mppt.gob.veThe preparations for the Port of La Ceiba modernization program in Venezuela – part of the President Nicolás Maduro’s National Port System strengthening plan – are currently underway. This capital development scheme is set to kick off with the execution of dredging operations at this port terminal in Trujillo, the Venezuela’s Ministry of Ground Transport said in its latest release.The work, to be conducted with the cutter suction dredger (CSD) Inder 9, will allow the docking of larger vessels, increasing the frequency and volume of cargo to be transported from the Andean Region to any part of the world through the La Ceiba Port.Commenting the latest news, the General Manager of the Port of La Ceiba, Gabino Alonso, highlighted the necessity of this modernization program, adding that the port infrastructure needs to be optimal for the transfer of all agricultural and mining products, creating major benefits for the entire Pan American Axis and the Andean Region.last_img read more

Reflections by Comrade Fidel: Genocidal Cynicism (Part one)

first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share NewsRegional Reflections by Comrade Fidel: Genocidal Cynicism (Part one) by: – November 14, 2011center_img Fidel Castro. Image via: globalresearch.caNo sane person, especially someone who has had access to the elementary knowledge acquired in primary school, would agree that our species, especially those who are children, teenagers or youth, should be deprived of the right to live, today, tomorrow and forever. Never have human beings, throughout their eventful history, as persons endowed with intelligence, ever heard of an experience like that. I feel the duty to convey to those taking the trouble to read these Reflections the opinion that all of us, with no exception, are obliged to create awareness about the risks that humankind are running in an inexorable manner, towards a final and total catastrophe as the consequence of irresponsible decisions made by politicians who fate, rather than talent or merit, has placed the destiny of humankind in their hands. Whether they are citizens of their country or not, whether they are followers of some religious belief or unbelievers, no human being in their right mind would agree that their children or closest kin should perish precipitously or as victims of atrocious and torturous misery. On the heels of the repugnant crimes that are being increasingly committed by NATO under the aegis of the United States and the wealthiest countries in Europe, the gaze of the world focused on the G-20 meeting where the profound economic crisis affecting every nation today should have been analyzed. International opinion, especially in Europe, was awaiting an answer for the profound economic crisis that, with its serious social and even climatic implications, is threatening every inhabitant on the planet. At that meeting, it was being decided whether the Euro would be able to be kept as the common currency for most of Europe and even whether some of the countries would be able to remain in the community.There was no answer or solution of any kind for the most serious problems of the world economy despite the efforts of China, Russia, Indonesia, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina and other emerging economies, anxious to cooperate with the rest of the world in the search for solutions for the serious economic problems affecting them. What was unusual was that just when NATO concluded the Libyan operation – after the air attack that injured the constitutional head of that country, destroyed the vehicle carrying him and leaving him at the mercy of the empire’s mercenaries who murdered him and exhibited his body as a war trophy, violating Muslim customs and traditions – the IAEA, a UN body and an institution that ought to stand for world peace, released the political, money-driven and sectarian report putting the world on the brink of war with the use of nuclear weapons that the Yankee empire, in alliance with Great Britain and Israel, has been meticulously preparing against Iran. After the veni, vidi, vici of the famous Roman emperor more than two thousand years ago, translated to “I came, I saw and he died” broadcast for public opinion by an important television network as soon as the death of Gaddafi had been learned of, there are more than enough words to describe US policy. Now what is important is the need to create clear awareness in the peoples about the abyss towards which humankind is being led. Twice our Revolution lived through dramatic dangers: in October of 1962, the most critical of all where humankind was on the brink of nuclear holocaust; and in mid-1987 when our forces were facing racist South African troops armed with nuclear weapons that the Israelis had helped them create. The Shah of Iran also collaborated, along with Israel, with the racist and fascist South African regime. What is the UN? An organization driven by the United States before the end of World War II. That nation, whose territory was considerably far away from the theatre of war, had incredibly increased its wealth; it accumulated 80% of the world’s gold and under the leadership of Roosevelt, a sincere anti-fascist, it promoted the development of the nuclear weapon that Truman, his successor, a mediocre oligarch, did not hesitate in using against the defenceless cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.The world’s gold monopoly in United States’ power and the prestige of Roosevelt handed the US the Bretton Woods agreement, assigning it the role of issuing the dollar as the only currency to be used for decades in world trade, with no limiting factor other that it’s being backed by the gold metal. At the end of that war, the US was also the only country possessing the nuclear weapon, a privilege it did not hesitate in transmitting to its allies and members in the Security Council: Great Britain and France, the two most important colonial powers in the world at that time. Truman had not even informed the USSR one single word about the atomic weapon before using it. China, at that time governed by Nationalist General Chiang Kai-shek, a pro-Yankee oligarch, could not be excluded from that Security Council. The USSR, seriously stricken by the war, destruction and the loss of more than 20 million of its sons and daughters in the Nazi invasion, dedicated considerable economic, scientific and human resources to bring its nuclear capacity up to par with that of the United States. Four years later, in 1949, it tested its first nuclear weapon: the H-bomb in 1953; and in 1955 its first megaton bomb. France had its first nuclear weapon in 1960. There were only three countries that had the nuclear bomb in 1957 when the UN, under the aegis of the Yankees, created the International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA). Does anybody think that US instrument did anything to warn the world about the terrible dangers to which it would expose human society when Israel, unconditional US and NATO ally, located in the very heartland of the world’s most important oil and gas reserves, would become a dangerous and aggressive nuclear power? Its forces, cooperating with colonial British and French troops, attacked Port Said when Abdel Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal, French property; this forced the Soviet premier to send an ultimatum demanding the ceasing of that aggression that the European allies of the US had no alternative other than to attack. To be continued tomorrow. Fidel Castro RuzNovember 12, 2011, 8:15 p.m. 20 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img read more

Hinigaran local nabbed over child abuse rap

first_imgBACOLOD City – Charged with child abuse, a man was arrested in Barangay 3, Hinigaran, Negros Occidental. Dabi De Ysasi, 34, of Barangay Palayog, Hinigaran, was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 9 p.m. on July 15. Police officers served the warrant issued by Judge Walter Zorilla of the Regional Trial Court Branch 55 in Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental dated Jan.8, 2020.The suspect was detained in the custodial facility of the Hinigaran municipal police station.The court recommended a P200,000 bail bond for his temporary liberty./PNlast_img

Thornton dominates Arizona Speedway’s John Morris Classic

first_imgAPACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. (May 23-24) – After extending his win streak at Arizona Speedway to five, Ricky Thornton Jr. made a beeline to the bank to deposit a pair of $1,000 checks.Thornton rocketed from mid-pack to win both nights of the third annual John Morris Classic special for IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds at Apache Junction.The victories were the 15th and 16th in just 25 starts this season for the national championship hopeful. Current national and Larry Shaw Racing Western Region point leader Brian Schultz also started deep in the field and ran second each night.Thornton started 15th on opening night, passed Don Earven with three laps left and pulled away to win by four car lengths following a restart with two to go.Eric Center, two days shy of celebrating his 52nd birthday, was third. John Morris Jr. was fourth in the memorial event held for his father and Chaz Baca Jr. was fifth.Picking the middle line paid off on night two for Thornton, who took the initial green from 12th and was in the runner-up position when the second lap was scored.He caught Don Hagan for the lead following a lap seven restart and led to the end of the 20-lap­per, beating Schultz across the stripe by a comfortable margin.Baca, Morris and Hagan completed the top five.Thornton was already qualified for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. Thirty-plus Modifieds saw action each night.Feature ResultsMay 23 – 1. Ricky Thornton Jr.; 2. Brian Schultz; 3. Eric Center; 4. John Morris Jr.; 5. Chaz Baca Jr.; 6. Lance Mari; 7. Jason Noll; 8. Guy Norton; 9. Mike Strobl; 10. James Webster; 11. John Par­meley; 12. Shelby Frye; 13. George Fronsman; 14. Nate Warren; 15. Duane Rogers; 16. Don Earven; 17. Ty Rogers; 18. Dallas Caldwell; 19. Mike Martin; 20. Steve Stultz; 21. Dan Radcliffe Jr.; 22. Lance Salo; 23. Dale Liversedge; 24. Mark Stewart.May 24 – 1. Thornton; 2. Schultz; 3. Baca; 4. Morris; 5. Don Hagan; 6. Strobl; 7. Martin; 8. Mari; 9. Webster; 10. Center; 11. Norton; 12. Ty Rogers; 13. Jeff Collinsworth; 14. Parmeley; 15. War­ren; 16. Clifton Maggard; 17. Jim Collinsworth; 18. Jinger Kesler; 19. Brian Tormey; 20. Duane Rogers; 21. Caldwell; 22. Liversedge; 23. Tyler Mecl; 24. Gene Freeman.last_img read more

Secretary of State Connie Lawson warns businesses of deceptive letters

first_imgConnie LawsonIndianapolis, In. — Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced today that some Indiana businesses have received a deceptive letter that may appear to come from the office’s Business Services Division. The letter is attempting to solicit Indiana business owners. It is not from the Secretary of State’s office.The letter informs the business that Indiana law requires a business entity report to be filed every two years and if it is not filed there may be penalties. In the middle of the page, it says the letter is from a private business that will assist in filing your business entity report for you. It is legal for businesses to make this offering, but many business owners think complying with the letter is mandatory.Secretary Lawson is concerned businesses may be confused by the letter and may believe responding to it substitutes the need for filing a business entity report, which is required by state law. Businesses operating in Indiana can securely file their business entity report online at There is a $10 charge for non-profits to file on INBiz and a $20 charge for for-profits. The deceptive letter charges $107 to file the report for you.Businesses wishing to check the validity of any mailing from the Indiana Secretary of State should contact the INBiz help desk at or (317) 234-9768.More information about the letter and a sample is here.last_img read more

Cricket News India vs Australia 2nd Test, Day 5: Australia beat India by 146 runs, level series 1-1

first_imgNew Delhi: India vs Australia 2nd Test, Day 5 Live score and updates: India need 175 runs to win the second Test against Australia with just five wickets in hand. Hanuman Vihari and Rishabh Pant is the last batting pair as after that it will be tailenders that will have to hold guard against furious Australian bowling attack. The consistent display by the Australian bowlers, combined with yet another display of grit by the Australian tail has given Tim Paine’s side the opportunity to register a famous win and level the series 1-1.India vs Australia 2nd Test, Day 5 Scorecard and Updates:#9:00 am: The visitors could only play 15 overs and scored just 28 runs. They lost five wickets. On the other hand for hosts, the last five wickets had added 71 runs in their second innings. It tells the difference between the Indian lower order and the Australian. Kohli made few mistakes apart from being rude to the Australians. The team selection was one of them. He misjudged the pitch, deceived by green grass and went with four full-time pacers. But the wickets had a lot for spinners and not playing Jadeja was one of many mistakes. At least five top and middle-order batsmen got the start but they could not capitalise their innings and thing went south for the hosts. The series has got interesting and next up is the boxing day Test starting December 26.#8:56 am: OUT! Australia win by 146 runs and level the series 1-1. Pat Cummins removes Bumrah and Ishant in a span of just four bowls. Paine would be the happy man.#8:53 am: OUT! The finger goes up in the air as Paine catches Ishant behind the wickets. Indian tail needs to learn a lesson from the Australian. The hosts need just one wicket to win this match. Jaspreet Bumrah is the last man in.#8:48 am: OUT! wicket number eight bite the dust. Umesh Yadav this time. He tried to fend off the bumper from Starc but ended up spooning it back to the bowler. Australia just two wickets away from the series leveler victory.#8:44 am: Ishant Sharma is the new man in. India need 150 runs to win with just three wickets in hand. Australia, on the other hand, is now looking to wrap things up as early as possible #8:40 am: OUT! Rishabh Pant’s bravado comes to an end as Handscomb take a stunner. Pant was trying to go over the long on but failed to connect it well. The ball managed an inside edge to the left of mid-wicket where Handscomb leapt away towards his left to take that low, dipping away catch.#8:20 am: FOUR! A boundary from Rishabh Pant. Starc would not mind this but it was slashed hard by Pant over the cordon for four.#8:15 am: It’s interesting that India has sent Umesh Yadav to bat and not Mohammed Shami who can bat a little. Clearly, the visitors want to take it as deep as possible and if they can do what Australian tailenders did, things can go south for the hosts. India need 168 runs to win with only four wickets in hand.#8:12 am: OUT!! Starc removes Hanuma Vihari. And India’s hope to do some magic goes with this. Inside edge went straight to the men at square leg. Starc got the better of Hanuma Vihari’s resistance.#8:00 am: Experts say: Harsha Bhogle feels India has nothing much left in this game. #7:50 am: Action begins. Hanuma Vihari and Rishabh Pant are on the crease. Can they survive the first session? Live action starts now. #7:30 am: Hello and welcome to News Nation live updates on day 5 of the Perth Test between India and Australia. After putting a massive 287-run target on board, the hosts are in a magnificent position as they sent half of the Indian team back to pavilion by the end of day 4. Rishabh Pant and Hanuma Vihari is the last reliable batting pair, but can they hold their nerves against mighty Australian bowling attack? Stay with us for the live action. center_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Future Eagles Finish Third, Back in Nigeria Tuesday

first_imgFlying Eagles at training session in Poland. INTERNATIONAL DREAM CUPNigeria’s U-15 boys yesterday lost their final game of the 2019 International Dream Cup to their European counterparts Romania 2-1 at the Yurtec Stadium in Miyagi.The game which was played on Sunday morning saw the Future Eagles bag a second consecutive defeat at the U- 16 tournament in Japan. Nigeria started the tournament with a 3-1 win over Mexico on 12th June, but lost against the host country Japan on 14th June and against Romania on the last day of the tournament on 16th June.Future Eagles Head Coach, Haruna Ilerika made two changes into the line-up against Mexico. Sulaimon Lawal started his first game of the tournament with the team captain, Oluwatobi Adeleke rested, while Ejiofor Chidera started ahead of Damilola Adeyeye.Nigeria dominated the first half with beautiful build-up play from the back, but lacked the right decisions in the final third with the trio of Egesionu Sopuruchukwu, Opeyemi Qudus and Evbuomwan Gift finding it difficult to crack down the compact Romania defence.Robert Todol scored in both halves for Romania while Sopuruchukwu scored a late consolation for the Future Eagles. Todol scored his first goal of the game late in the first half after a defensive mix-up by the Nigerian boys.Romania resumed the second half as the better side, and Todol completed his brace of the match two minutes into the second half.It was a late improved performance for the Future Eagles as they dominated the last 15 minutes in the second half chasing for goals. Sopuruchukwu reduced the deficit in the 90th minute for Nigeria, his beautiful header beating Romania goalkeeper Robert Popa after connecting with John Mark’s pull-out from the right. Nigeria were close to getting the equalizer in the additional minute but team captain Adeleke headed wide from close range despite connecting well with Kelvin Agho’s cross from the left.Team Captain Oluwatobi Adeleke said after the game: “We appreciate the Nigeria Football Federation for this great opportunity. The exposure and the platform will make us better.“We came to Japan to learn and compete with three other continents. Actually, we had our target to finish as the best team in the tournament, but we could not in spite of winning our first game. The exposure is important for us and we have learnt so much at this tournament.”Nigeria finished third with three points from a possible nine, scoring five goals. The Future Eagles scored in all their three games.The contingent is expected back in Abuja, Nigeria on Tuesday afternoon according to the Team Administrator, Adewale Adeyinka.However, Japan emerged champions of the U-16 International Dream Cup after defeating Mexico 5-0 in their final game on Sunday.Japan finished top with nine points, while Romania finished second. Nigeria were third with three points and Mexico finished bottom of the championship with only one point.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

NBL: LaMelo Ball a new internet sensation with an impressive stat line

first_img Written By READ: NBA Project: Vivek Ranadivé Predicts Faster Basketball Growth In IndiaIt was Ball and Aaron Brooks that had led a frantic fourth-quarter rally to pull the Hawks back into the game. The 18-year-old has an impressive stat line. However, he did finish the game shootings just 6-of-17 from the field and missed all five of his long-range attempts. LaMelo Ball also tied Josh Boone for a team-worst plus-minus of negative-17. It seemed that Ball had multiple chances to take the lead in the fourth before Brisbane eventually put the game to an end with its own run in the final minutes. READ: WATCH: Kiren Rijiju Jumps For Joy On Landing Perfect Basketball ShotNot the first timeThis is not the first time that Ball has gone viral while displaying his talent. Back in 2016, during Chino Hills High School’s 47th straight win, Ball called his shot from halfcourt then calmly drained it as part of a 65-point performance against Foothill in the Rancho Mirage Holiday Invitational. In 2018, during the Junior Ball Association international tour, Ball again went viral when he put his defender on the floor, as his ankle-breaking move sent the crowd into a frenzy.  Bhavya Sukheja The youngest son of LaVar Ball, LaMelo Ball has become a new social media sensation after playing his debut match and becoming the first NBL player in history to have a double-double with five assists and no turnovers. Ball reportedly opted to play overseas in New Zealand instead of attempting to get eligible for the 2019-20 college basketball season. He is also a potential top pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. On October 06, he played his first regular-season game with the Illawarra Hawks against the Brisbane Bullets and finished the night with a stat line of 12 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, and four steals.  COMMENT 11 months ago Instagram feature could let users share stories with specific groups 11 months ago War box-office: Breaks all 2019 records, leaves Salman, Akshay behind READ: NBA India Games: 5 Things You Need To Know About The Basketball League LaMelo Ball DROPPED him 😱 #SCtop10— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 15, 2018 11 months ago ‘Mayank Agarwal plays fearlessly like his idol Sehwag’: VVS Laxman Last Updated: 7th October, 2019 19:07 IST NBL: LaMelo Ball A New Internet Sensation With An Impressive Stat Line LaMelo Ball has become a new social media sensation after becoming the first NBL player in history to have a double-double with five assists and no turnovers WE RECOMMEND LaMelo Ball on debut ⤵️12 points10 rebounds5 assists4 steals0 turnoversBall is the first player in NBL history to have a double-double with five assists and no turnovers on debut 👀@MELOD1P #NBL20— NBL (@NBL) October 6, 2019 WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV 11 months ago Prakash Javadekar on Uddhav’s CM remark: ‘Only time will tell’ SUBSCRIBE TO US 1 year ago today, this video of LaMelo Ball calling a half-court shot then making it went viral.Full game highlights:— (@Ballislife) December 27, 2017 FOLLOW US READ: Basketball Playing Kids Invite Wheelchair-bound Boy To Play Ball(With inputs from Agencies) First Published: 7th October, 2019 19:07 ISTlast_img read more