14 Tawarri Crescent, Burleigh Heads.It is listed through Professionals Black & Young – Burleigh Heads.A home which had already sold at auction was the third most popular online listing this week.More than 120 people turned out to the auction of the house at 35 Emma St, Kalinga. The Hamptons style home sold for $1.27 million. 23 Essex Rd, Indooroopilly. Picture: realestate.com.auIt was listed through Ann-Karyn Fraser of Place New Farm. 45 Trout St, Ashgrove. Picture: realestate.com.auA sitting room opened onto a front deck and there were living areas upstairs and downstairs.Both levels also had kitchens and there were lead light windows VJ walls. 45 Trout St, Ashgrove was Queensland’s most viewed listing on realette.com.au this week. Picture: realestate.com.auA CHARACTER home at Ashgrove was the one more potential buyers were keen to check out than any other Queensland home this week.The house at 45 Trout St, Ashgrove had six bedrooms and three bathrooms and retained many of its traditional features. 14 Tawarri Crescent, Burleigh Heads.The four-bedroom home is scheduled for auction on January 27.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by It is described as a modern, industrial-style luxury home. The brand new house had high ceilings throughout.The three-level home had open living areas on each level and there was an outdoor entertainment area. 35 Emma, KalingaThe two bedroom home was marketed through Tyson Clarke of Sotheby’s.Next on the list of most popular properties was a five-bedroom house at 7 Alexander St, Aroona on the Sunshine Coast which was listed for offers of more than $559,000.The home was on a 77sq m block and had a swimming pool. 7 Alexander St, Aroona. Picture: realestate.com.auThere was a separate lounge and dining area and the bedrooms all had ceiling fans.It was listed through Jacob Wareham of Coronis – Caloundra.Rounding out the top five this week, was a five-bedroom home at 23 Essex Rd, Indooroopilly. The renovated Queenslander in Blue Chip Location had original heritage features including wide timber floors, bay windows, ornate ceilings and VJs walls.The kitchen and bathroom have both been modernised. 45 Trout St, Ashgrove. Picture: realestate.com.auThe house was listed through Matilda Palmer and Brigette Righton of Ray White – Ashgrove.The second most viewed listing on realestate.com.au this week was a house at 14 Tawarri Crescent, Burleigh Heads.
Governor Mike Pence signed a bill that will help Hoosier heroes and their families by expanding access to the Military Family Relief Fund.“Veterans face higher rates of unemployment than the general population, as well as other hardships,” said Governor Pence. “Helping our Hoosier veterans who served our nation and sacrificed their lives to protect our freedom is the right thing to do.”Under Senate Enrolled Act Bill 352, approximately 26,000 post-911 veterans will be eligible to apply for assistance through the Military Family Relief Fund. The bill eliminates the three-year restriction on access to the fund, which provides grants that may be used for needs such as food, housing, utilities, medical services, transportation and other essential family expenses. The Military Family Relief Fund has a balance of more than $7 million, and lifting the cap will ensure those funds are available to support Hoosier veterans and their families. The new law becomes effective on July 1, 2014.Last year, during the Governor’s first year in office, the Pence Administration announced a budget and the legislature passed bills that made a clear commitment to Hoosiers who have served our nation in uniform, from investing more money in job training to certifying Veteran Service Officers in every Indiana county, in order to ensure our heroes get the benefits they deserve. The administration also set a State procurement goal of 3 percent for veteran-owned businesses and established higher education tuition breaks for veterans.
Published on April 24, 2013 at 2:55 pm Contact David: email@example.com | @DBWilson2 Facebook Twitter Google+ C.J. Fair will return to Syracuse for his senior season, SU Athletics announced Wednesday.The forward was named second-team All-Big East last season in the Orange’s final season in the conference. Fair will now help guide Syracuse into the Atlantic Coast Conference.“After talking it over with my family and my coaches, I decided another year at Syracuse was best for me,” Fair said in a press release.Fair led Syracuse in scoring and rebounding during his junior season, averaging 14.5 points and seven rebounds per game. The forward was projected as a borderline first-round pick in June’s NBA Draft. It has been reported Fair would only leave if he had a first-round guarantee.Former Syracuse point guard Michael Carter-Williams declared for the draft earlier this month, and former SU forward James Southerland is also expected to be drafted. Carter-Williams is considered a borderline lottery pick, while Southerland will likely be selected in the second round.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange ranked highly in several early preseason 2013-14 college basketball rankings, including No. 11 in CBS Sports’ rankings, banking on Fair’s return and the continued development of younger players like small forward Jerami Grant.Said Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim in the release: “This is great news for our basketball program and for C.J.” Comments