Some other pieces found at Notnel over the years.Mr McNamara said the fact that the property was on a block of more than 2000sq m in the middle of town was special“There’s nothing like it left,” he said. MORE QLD REAL ESTATE NEWS: COUPLE FIND THE PERFECT PENTHOUSE Heritage-listed Notnel is a real stunner.The home features an attic and a loft, a parlour, and two fire places.A Brisbane family of four who bought the home were attracted to its ‘one-of-a kind history’.Mr McNamara said the style of architecture within the home was not common anymore and therefore appealing to potential buyers.“The house is pretty much how it was built and that is what makes it so unique — it’s a time capsule,” he said.“The well is still there, and the scullery is in original condition. “The doors still have the original keys in the locks and the floors and doors are still original.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago“Some furniture will stay with the house and that includes jars of items which have been found on the property over time — there’s buttons, pins, broken China, glass, and broken bottles.” CHANDLER MANSION BREAKS RECORD The beautiful fire place at Notnel. The original lock and keys remain as part of Notnel, a historic Ipswich home. Notnel, a historic Ipswich home comes with lots of treasure. Notnel is rich in Ipswich’s history. Heritage-listed Notnel is one of the oldest homes in Ipswich.If walls could talk, this old girl would have some tales to tell.Rich in history at the grand age of 164, Notnel, is one of Ipswich’s oldest homes — and it has just sold for a little over half a million bucks. Heritage-listed Notnel is one of the oldest homes in Ipswich.The four-bedroom property at 6 Burnett St, West Ipswich, was built around 1856 and once owned by David McLaughlin, who was also the builder of Ipswich Grammar School in 1863.According to Ipswich City Council records, when the house first sold in 1870, it was described as “just the thing for a gentleman on the lookout for a town house” and intriguingly said to enjoy “sea breezes”. With only a handful of owners calling the heritage-listed property home, Ipswich Real Estate agent Jason McNamara said the $550,000 sale price was what he expected.“We were very picky as to who bought it. We wanted to make sure they had the right attitude to the house,” Mr McNamara said.“Being heritage listed means it’s pretty special.“We never asked for a ridiculous price. This price wouldn’t have got a buyer a tiny three-bedder in Mt Gravatt.”
We’re paying more at the pump in Southeastern Indiana compared to the national average.According to Gasbuddy.com, the average cost of gas nationwide as of Wednesday afternoon is $3.66 a gallon.The average in the Hoosier State is $3.85, the 11th highest in the country.Locally gas prices range from just below the state average to upwards of $3.95 a gallon.Experts say the increase in gasoline costs is attributed to the crisis in the Middle East. Exxon Mobile reportedly carried out a major evacuation and BP moved 20 percent of its staff out of Iraq on Tuesday.The turbulence in the Middle East could lead to more of a hike in gas and food locally.
Isaac Success scored his first Premier League goal to salvage a 2-2 draw with Bournemouth as compatriot Victor Moses shone in his first Chelsea start in three years. The showings of Success and Victor Moses will certainly be a good omen for Nigeria going into Sunday’s World Cup qualifier in Zambia.Success, who has received his first-ever call-up by the Super Eagles, came off the bench to draw hosts Watford level in the 65th minute with a looping header off a free kick. He had replaced compatriot Odion Ighalo seven minutes earlier.Victor Moses was outstanding after he was handed his first Chelsea start since the summer of 2013 as ‘The Blues’ won 2-0 at Hull City. He was withdrawn in the 85th minute.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Dickerson led the team in scoring, touchdowns, rushing and passing yards. He became the first individual in the I-AA division to throw for more than 5,000 yards (5,572) and rush for more than 3,000 yards (3,765). Dinkins still holds six MSU single game records, four season records, five career records and led the team to a 27-13 record over his four years and won All-American honors from two different organizations.”Dinkins, a U.S. postal mail carrier, played with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL for two seasons and with the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe.He last played for the Erie Storm in the AIFL. Aided by Dinkins’s return, the Storm rebounded to an 8-6 season in 2010, before losing to the Harrisburg Stampede in the playoffs. Dinkins retired at the end of the season.He is married to Montia Robinson Dinkins and father of Breya, Zianne and Zaire. Pittsburgh native and former Schenley star David Dinkins was one of four former Morehead State University athletes to be honored at a special ceremony Oct. 15-16 during the school’s Hall of Fame events. In addition, the school retired his jersey (No. 8).Dinkins attended MSU from 1998-2000, was the first NCAA player “to rush for 1,000 yards and throw for 1,000 yards in the same season, a feat he accomplished three times,” according to Drew Dickerson, director of athletic media relations for the university.
Thursday first contest between the two West Kootenay rivals was close through one quarter before a suffocating press allowed LVR to score 14 consecutive points to lead 30-16 at the half.Zondervan led all scorers with 17 points while Perkins added 16.Shannon Oosthoyen had nine while Christina Champlin had eight.Jennifer Chung led the Hawks with 10 points while Gina Oostlander had nine.The Bombers opened the season going 1-2 at a tournament in Agassiz before getting beaten by Pen Hi. Ali Zondervan and Naomi Perkins combined for 33 points to lead the L.V. Rogers Bombers to a convincing 74-34 victory over the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks of Trail in West Kootenay High School Girl’s Basketball action Thursday night at the Hangar in Nelson.The win was the second of the season for the Bombers and made up for a loss during the weekend to AAA power Pen-Hi Lakers of Penticton.
Nozinja, the creator of Shangaan electro. Photo: Warp Records By Anne Taylor5 April 2014One of the boasts South Africans are fond of repeating is about the richness of our multicultural country. A veritable melting pot. And here’s proof: South African artist and DJ Richard “Nozinja” Mthetwa, who has taken the icons of his culture and blended it with South African rave culture to create what he’s termed “Shangaan electro”.This week, independent British record label Warp announced this week that they’d signed Nozinga, who is just about to embark on a European tour. They say:Nozinja is the South African artist famous for creating the revolutionary dance movement dubbed “Shangaan electro”. A 21st century reboot of local folk tradition, Tsonga disco, kwaito and South African house, Nozinja has transcended these reference points to dream up an innovative and iconic Afro-futurist strain of electronic dance music. There is nothing quite like a Nozinja production: it is home-grown rave music in its purest form. Nozinja grew up in a small village in Limpopo, home of Shangaan culture. He later moved to Soweto, where he ran cellphone repair shops. According to a compelling profile on the Guardian, Nozinja “vowed to take Shangaan music and dancing worldwide – all from the confines of a soundproofed shed in his back yard. Nozinja is now a producer, artist, video director and promoter, and over the last decade he’s made around 25 albums in the Shangaan style”.Nozinja two-month European tour kicks off in the UK at the end of April. Paris, Berlin and Utrecht are also on the itinerary. He’ll be in Poland at the Tauron Nowa Muzyka Festival at the end of August.What I love best, to be honest, are the jawdropping, heartbeating visuals: see Mr Nozinja’s channel on YouTube. That’s what I’m talking about!
Leicester to offer fans free beer and mince pies after traumatic yearby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeicester City have told fans they have them covered for Boxing Day.Fans will be handed free beer and mince pies ahead of Leicester City’s game against Manchester City on Boxing Day, the club has announced.The gesture from the Foxes is a show of appreciation for the support the fans have shown in one of the most traumatic years in the club’s history.Owner and chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was tragically killed in a helicopter crash outside the King Power Stadium in October.And at the end of tragic 2018, the club are planning a host of activities before the 3om kick-off.There will be a Fan Village set up opposite the Foxes Fanstore.It will include a live band, fairgrounds rides and face painting for families between 12pm and 3pm. About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Liverpool legend Fowler has pop at Man Utd mentalityby Paul Vegas5 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool legend Robbie Fowler has enjoyed a pop at the mentality of Manchester United’s players.Ahead of today’s clash at Old Trafford, Fowler wrote for the Mirror: “There is something different about this Manchester United v Liverpool clash.”Something significant, something worrying for every United fan.”If I can borrow a phrase from Gary Neville, it feels a tiny bit like The Dog & Duck v… well, the Champions of Europe.”By that I mean simply that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team go into the game KNOWING they are an inferior side. He knows it, his players know it.”As a professional, you just know. You know when an opponent is quality and better than you. I’m not saying that means they’ll inevitably win. But you still know.”And here’s the thing.”When I was at Liverpool, we never felt inferior.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
5-Star ATH Darnay Holmes Teases Possibility Of Nebraska Commitment After 4-Star Teammates Pledge To Huskers
LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers leads the team on the field before the game against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Calabasas High School has a trio of big-time recruits in the 2017 class – five-star athlete Darnay Holmes, four-star quarterback Tristan Gebbia and four-star wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Nebraska’s football program has received commitments from two of those players – Gebbia today and Johnson last month. Could Holmes be next? It’s a possibility. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound athlete, ranked the No. 6 player in the class, tweeted the following tonight. Am I next? #GBR pic.twitter.com/3Rx7EasGUB— Darnay Holmes (@DarnayHolmes) April 5, 2016That appears to be a message from Keyshawn Johnson, who played for Nebraska coach Mike Riley at USC. The Huskers’ 2017 class is ranked the No. 28 class in the country by 247 Sports.
TUSCALOOSA, AL – NOVEMBER 22: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on during the game against the Western Carolina Catamounts at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 22, 2014 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Tuesday, Alabama head coach Nick Saban went on a bit of a rant about satellite camps, recruiting rules and the need for a college football commissioner. While he specifically mentioned that his words weren’t meant as a shot at Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, his point didn’t get through. Harbaugh took to Twitter a few hours later, blasting Saban for both his rant and the fact that Alabama’s staff broke recruiting rules.Well, now Saban has responded to Harbaugh. In a quote to ESPN, Saban said that he doesn’t “really care” what Harbaugh thinks or tweets. It’s a strong response.Nick Saban tells @ClowESPN about Harbaugh: “I don’t really care what he thinks or tweets. I say what I think is best for CFB & the players”— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) June 1, 2016Harbaugh and Saban are two of the most hard-headed in the profession, so it’s no surprise that neither wants to back down here. We’ll keep you updated.