46 Musgrave Ave, Chirn Park.According to CoreLogic the house first hit the market in the early 1980s for $50,000 but has since been restored to channel a modern style. Mr Stephens said the property came with a cafe lifestyle. “The culinary centre of Southport is the perfect place to enjoy that cafe, restaurant lifestyle while still quick having access to schools, parks, transport, medical infrastructure and the Southport business hub,” he said. 46 Musgrave Ave, Chirn Park.WAKE up and smell the coffee in this picture perfect cottage. With a white picket fence, blue front door and a cafe next door this could be the coolest cottage in Chirn Park. The three-bedroom house at 46 Musgrave Ave oozes Queenslander style and will go under the hammer on November 18 at 3.30pm 46 Musgrave Ave, Chirn Park. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours ago46 Musgrave Ave, Chirn Park.Grant Stephens from Harcourts Coastal is marketing the property and said buyers should hurry because the property’s location was proving popular to breakfast enthusiasts and coffee connoisseurs. “It is a beautiful cottage with polished timber floors, high ceilings and Queensland ambience,” Mr Stephens said. “Whether you redevelop, renovate or just invest, this home is in an incredible location.”
The Spanish world number one created 20 break point chances but was constantly denied by the Argentine before he wrapped up a 6-3, 7-6 (7⁄4), 6-1 win on Rod Laver Arena. Promoted ContentFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The WorldWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?The Absolute 10 Greatest Shows In HBO History7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth? The victory set up a third round clash with countryman Pablo Carreno Busta, his doubles partner at this month’s ATP Cup.“It was a tough match. I lost a lot of opportunities on break point but found a way to finally win the second set,” he said.“In the third I was more relaxed, more aggressive and found better play in that set.”Nadal had dropped only 10 games in three previous emphatic wins over 76th-ranked Delbonis, and defeat was never on the cards at Melbourne Park.But the Argentine, whose best Grand Slam result was the third round in Melbourne in 2016, made life hard for the 19-time Grand Slam winner, fending off 16 break point chances.Nadal looked on track for another straightforward victory after racing through the opening set, sealing it with a trademark crosscourt forehand.But he found it tougher going in the second, which went with serve up to the tiebreaker.Nadal, though, came through and Delbonis never recovered as the Spaniard asserted his authority to race home, but not before hitting a ballgirl on the head with a ball.Top seed Rafael Nadal battled his way into the Australian Open third roundHe rushed over to console her and gave her a kiss for good measure.“For her it was not a good moment, I was so scared for her, the ball was quick and straight on her,” Nadal said. “I’m very happy she is good. She is brave. Well done.”Victory in Melbourne would make Nadal the first man in the Open era – and only the third in history – to win all four Major titles twice, after Roy Emerson and Rod Laver.Read Also: Mud stops play: after smog, wind, rain, new challenge for Aussie OpenWhile he has won 12 titles at Roland Garros, four at the US Open and two at Wimbledon, his only triumph in Australia came in 2009 when he beat Roger Federer, with four runner-up finishes to his name.If he does win a second title in Melbourne, Nadal will equal the 20 Grand Slams crowns held by great rival Federer.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Top seed Rafael Nadal laboured past dogged fellow left-hander Federico Delbonis Thursday to take another step towards only a second Australian Open crown.Advertisement
Nolasco cited the Executive Order 11 series of 2020 signed by Gov. EstebanEvan Contreras that enforces strict quarantine procedures and restricting entryin the province. The order took effect around 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. Those working in the BPO’s provided theycan show proof of duty or duty hours are also exempted, the guidelines said. ROXAS City – The provincial government of Capiz have imposed a curfew and travel restrictions in a bid to prevent the spread of the dreaded coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). “Maximum tolerance, by sending violatorshome, shall be observed by the law enforcers, however, RA 9271 and Vagrancy Lawunder the revised Penal Code shall be imposed on persons who refuse to abidethe law enforcers,” Nolasco said./PN “Entering individuals will be alsorequired to submit health declaration from prescribed by the Provincial HealthOffice and violators will be penalized under Quarantine Act of 2004,” Nolascoadded. Nolasco said the entry of commoncarriers of essential goods and medical supplies shall be allowed provided theypresent a valid (certified true copy) DTI Permit/Mayor’s permit indicatingtheir line of business that proof of delivery is presented. The boarder control will be conducted ona 24/7 checkpoints to be undertaken by the Philippine National Police and to beaided by the Provincial and Municipal Health personnel. Also exempted from travel restrictionsare patients vailing chemotherapy and hemodialysis in the province providedthat they present a health certification from their attending physicians and avalid referral. Patients, under the guidelines, are allowed to have onecompanion and a driver provided they present valid ID, driver’s license andhealth certification duly issued by a health practitioner. Police officers man a checkpoint on the border between Tapaz, Capiz and Calinog, Iloilo on March 18 as part of precautionary measures to curb the spread of the dreaded coronavirus disease 2019. PDRRMO CAPIZ Checkpoints will be carried out alongthe boundaries situated in the municipalities of Pilar, Tapaz, Jamindan,Dumarao and Sapian. “Travel restriction covers all personscoming in and out of the province including residents of the province,” Nolascotold Panay News. The executive order also covers curfewhours in all ages from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. which already took effect Thursday inthe entire province. All traders of goods, on the other hand, maybe allowed provided they present valid (certified true copy) DTI permit/Mayor’spermit indicating their line of business and delivery receipts as proof. All entering individuals are required toundergo mandatory thermal scanning and temperature check and to submit medicalcertificate showing no signs or symptoms like cough, fever, and difficulty inbreathing, or physically fit at the moment duly issued by the doctor, public orprivate practitioner. The restriction of the entry of peoplewill exempt government officials and employees,national or local, travelling in the performance/pursuit provided they willpresent their official and valid identification card issued by their respectiveagencies and instrumentalities and a duly approved travel order detailing thepurpose of their travel, the guidelines indicated. “During the curfew hours all persons arenot allowed to go out except law enforcers with specific mission orders,persons of authority who are performing their duties and functions such aselected local official provided they show their identification and missionorder,” Nolasco said. Dr. Ramon AlexNolasco, chief of the Asst. Hospital Management, said theimposition of the curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. was aimed at restricting theunnecessary interaction of people in public to avoid infection or spread of thedisease. Persons on emergency health situationsthat needs medical attention, government and private employees, includinghealth workers whose time of work are within the curfew hours provided theywill show their identification and a certification from their respective agencyor employer are also exempted. Persons who are working in Capiz but nota resident of the province may be allowed provided they present a valididentification card and a certification from employer, while medical personneland health workers, humanitarian workers performing functions in relation toCOVID-19 in the province are likewise exempted from the travel restrictionsprovided they present their valid agency or organization ID and current missionorder detailing their activities to do in the province. “The travel and conveyance of passengerswithin the province will be unhampered unless the LGU has imposed community quarantineor enhanced community quarantine disallowing entry,” Nolasco said.
“Sa ngayon po, habang meron tayong krisis, ang naging desisyon ng Presidente, wag na muna tayong magpataw ng karagdagang pahirap sa ating mga OFWs, lalong lalo na sa panahon na napakadami sa kanila ang nare-repatriate at nawalan na rin ng trabaho,” Roque added.With Duterte’s order, the Department of Health has suspended the item 10.2.c of the Implementing Rules and Regulation of the Universal Healthcare law that mandates the higher premium payment for OFWs.“Ang nililinaw ko lang ay, unang una, ang pagtaas po ay hindi three percent. It’s only .5 percent,” the Palace spokesman said. “At pangalawa, nakasaad po sa batas na ating sinulong na kapag hindi nakapagbayad ng premiums, hindi po ‘yan dahilan para mawalan ng benepisyo.” MANILA – Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) will no longer be required to pay premiums to the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth). This after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the PhilHealth to suspend the collection of higher premiums from OFWs and make their payment on a voluntary basis. Duterte’s directive came after thousands signed an online petition protesting PhilHealth premium rate hikes for the OFWs.“Ipipinapaalam po namin sa inyo na nag-isyu ng direktiba ang Pangulo sa Philhealth na gawing boluntaryo ang pagbabayad ng mga OFWs ng Philhealth premiums,” said Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque. President Rodrigo Duterte’s directive comes after thousands signed an online petition protesting Philippine Health Insurance Corp. premium rate hikes for the overseas Filipino workers. GMA NEWS OFWs with an income of P10,000 to P60,000 are required to pay 3 percent of their monthly salary starting 2020, up from 2.75 percent the previous year, according to a memo circular that took effect last April 22.The monthly premium will increase by 0.5 percent every year afterward until it reaches five percent in 2024./PN
Versailles, In. — This month troopers from the Indianapolis District, and districts across the state will join law-enforcement agencies across the nation to increase enforcement of seat-belt laws for Click It or Ticket. Multiple weeks of highly visible patrols will be watching for unrestrained passengers in cars and trucks, both children and adults, the front seat and back, both day and night.Click It or Ticket continues through the Memorial Day holiday and the start of the summer travel season. Overtime police patrols are paid with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration funds administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI).“It is absolutely heartbreaking to see the aftermath of a crash where a fatality could have been prevented by wearing a seat-belt,” said Indianapolis District Commander Lieutenant Jeffrey Payne. “Click It or Ticket is more than an enforcement campaign, it is an educational effort to increase seat-belt use and decrease fatal crashes.”Indiana law requires the driver and all passengers to buckle up. Children under age eight must be properly restrained in child car seat or booster seat.Don’t be a statisticThe share of Hoosiers not buckling up has dropped to 6.6 percent, below the national average of 10.4 percent. But new data from ICJI and the Indiana University Public Policy Institute show that unrestrained motorists still make up 53 percent of traffic deaths.Unrestrained motorists are more likely to die in crashes by 10 times in cars and SUVs, 14 times in pickup trucks and 15 times in vans.“Has this message ‘clicked’ for you?” Lieutenant Payne asked. “If you have a friend or a family member who does not buckle up, speak up! Ask them to change their habits.”Drivers under age 25, especially young male drivers, are the least likely to be buckled during a crash. Injury rates among unrestrained motorists are also higher:In rural countiesWhen a driver is speeding or impairedOn weekend nights between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m.Find more seat-belt statistics in the first of several 2018 Crash Fact Sheets by clicking this link: Crash Fact SheetDon’t buckle up just for yourselfDuring a crash, unrestrained passengers become projectiles that can injure or kill others in the car.Traffic crashes are the leading killer of children ages 1 to 13, and adults set the example. Parents and caregivers who do not buckle up are more likely to have kids who are improperly restrained. That means one ticket for the driver and one for each unrestrained child.Choose the safest car seat for your child’s height and weight at https://www.nhtsa.gov/campaign/right-seat. Find a certified car-seat safety technician to assist with installation and proper usage at https://preventinjury.pediatrics.iu.edu/Seat-belt tipsWhat is the best way to reduce your chances of injury or death? Buckle up! Below are tips for proper seat-belt use:Secure the lap belt across your hips and pelvis, below your stomach.Place the shoulder belt across the middle of your chest and rib cage, away from your neck.Never put the shoulder belt behind your back or under an arm.If your seat belt doesn’t fit you, or you have an older car with lap belts only, ask your dealer or vehicle manufacturer about seat-belt adjusters, extenders or retrofits.
Asked if he had a message for the club’s supporters, he told SAFSee: “Trust me, believe, connect with the team. We are all together in this, we are all together, so it is important that we stick together. “It’s a big, big challenge, but I am really excited. I thought I would have an opportunity in the Premier League and now I have got it. “I need to make sure that I prove they picked the right man to get us from the situation we are in, so I am absolutely delighted.” Poyet inherits a team which is yet to win a Premier League game this season and has managed to collect just a single point from seven attempts to date. He will look to address that situation for the first time at Swansea next Saturday before heading into his opening match at the Stadium of Light, a derby clash with Newcastle which has now taken on added significance for a man who twice guided former club Brighton to FA Cup victory over the Magpies. Asked what his priority would be, he said: “Well it is to address the problems quickly, make sure we train and we convince the players to get better, and slowly that will make us pick up points. “The sooner we win, of course, the better, but the idea is to make sure that we understand the way that we would like them to play football. “We think it’s the best way, so there has to be very good communication with the players, understanding, trust – we need to commit as a group. “We need to make sure that we are all together, players, staff, fans, make sure that we are very strong to make sure that we can win football games.” Poyet, of course, left Brighton under something of a cloud during the summer and has his own reputation as a combustible character, although he is perhaps not in the same league as his predecessor in that respect. However, he has very firm ideas about how he wants a Sunderland side, which played with little confidence or organisation during the latter days of Di Canio’s tenure but improved significantly under temporary boss Kevin Ball, to operate. He said: “I am a very honest person, very honest. I believe that football should be played in one way, which is caring a lot for the ball. “That way of playing football needs to be adaptable to the players. If you want to play football, but you don’t have the players, it’s not going to work, so you need to work, convince, use the ability of the players. “We like to give the players the possibility to perform at their best, to play in the position where they want to play. They can perform, there are no excuses, they can go on the pitch and feel comfortable. “Apart from that, we will help them, explain things that they need to listen to in the next few days. “But the sooner they get it, the better for everybody.” Di Canio, under the guidance of director of football Roberto De Fanti, signed 14 players during the summer as the club embarked upon a radical overhaul of the playing staff. That investment has paid limited dividends to date, but Poyet is convinced there is enough talent within the dressing room to achieve the results required. He said: “That’s why I am here. If there were no talented players, if there were no quality players, the challenge would be practically impossible. “I am convinced that the players are good enough.” New Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet has urged the fans to trust him as he attempts to drag the club out of trouble. The 45-year-old Uruguayan has been handed the task of lifting the Black Cats from the foot of the Barclays Premier League table following his appointment as Paolo Di Canio’s successor on Tuesday. Having signed a two-year deal, Poyet is confident he can repair the damage wrought during the Italian’s ill-fated reign and ease them out of the relegation zone. Press Association
DUBAI: Karen Khachanov earned a 7-6 (7/2), 6-1 win over Kazakhstan’s Mikhail Kukushkin to reach the second round of the Dubai Championships on Monday. The world number 17, who lives in the emirate, twice hit back from a break down in the opening set before cruising through the second.”The first round is pretty tough, I always try to get used to it,” said Russian Khachanov. AgenciesAlso Read: Defending Champion Karen Khachanov Knocked Out of Paris MastersAlso Watch: ATDC Chairman Jayanta Malla Baruah attends BJP’s organizational meeting ahead BTAD elections
(REUTERS)-FIFA suspended the Guatemalan soccer federation on Friday, in a fight over the powers given to an oversight committee appointed by the international soccer governing body to look into allegations of corruption.The local federation FEDEFUT, which is being administered by the FIFA-appointed oversight body, said in a statement its suspension was due to FEDEFUT members’ refusal to allow an election for a new executive committee.The statement also cited the 34 assembly members’ refusal to approve FIFA-mandated statutes and to recognize an extension of the oversight body’s mandate until July.
“When you have to score of 233, you need to play one or two shots anyway. You have to try against any bowler who comes on and take a chance to get things going.” So if I hit that ball for four or six, you probably would have said ‘great shot’ but unfortunately I got out so didn’t look,” he said about his slog-sweep.The bowlers have too little in the batsmen-dominated format and De Kock said it’s more to do with the batting-friendly sub-continent wickets. “In India they have generally very small fields, while wicket is batting friendly. Australia have bigger ground, while there’s a bit in the wicket for South Africa. Here it is more batting friendly anyway. Bowlers are always under pressure.”De Kock further said he hated every minute of keeping to Russell who slammed a 40-ball 80 not out.”I’m not joking, I hated every minute of it. You can’t fault him. He took his time, and then did what he does the best. You just have to appreciate what is done. Not just this game but in the IPL.Hope he doesn’t do it again against us,” he said.Mumbai Indians will have a return-leg clash against KKR on May 5 which will be their last clash in the league round. Needing a win to seal a playoff berth, Mumbai Indians next face Sunrisers Hyderabad at home on May 2.(With Inputs: PTI) Kolkata registered their first win in last seven games. Mumbai Indians needs to win one out of their two games to qualify for playoffs.Andre Russell was adjudicated as the man-of-the-match. For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Mumbai Indians’ swashbuckling opener, Quinton de Kock has rued the lack of support for Hardik Pandya, whose incredible power-hitting kept Kolkata Knight Riders on tenterhooks till the final ball of the 18th over here.Chasing 233, Hardik’s 91 from 34 balls kept Indians in the hunt to create something dramatic on the cricketing field till his dismissal swung the game in favour of KKR at the Eden Gardnes.”We would have loved a couple of less wickets when Kieron (Pollard) and Hardik walked in. But, unfortunately, it didn’t happen today so there’s the collapse and no one batting with Hardik made it harder for us,” the South African said at the post-match news conference Sunday. De Kock got out without opening his account, after top-edging Sunil Narine in the second over. highlights