A render showing the living space inside an apartment at Southbank at Oceanside by RGD GroupSouthbank at Oceanside was launched to market on Tuesday, with the 86-apartment waterfront development adjacent to the Sunshine Coast University hospitals, the new town centre and Southbank Park. The one, two and three bedroom apartments and sky homes are expected to prove popular with the medical fraternity, and downsizers looking for lifestyle and proximity to medical facilities. “Southbank at Oceanside … will provide the opportunity for medical professionals and investors to secure a waterfront apartment to cater for the thousands of hospital shift workers needing accommodation close to their work,” Mr Grabbe said. The Oceanside Health Hub is a 17ha, purpose-built precinct designed to house a broad range of health facilities and related businesses. Southbank at Oceanside by RGD GroupA developer has launched its fifth residential project within the Oceanside Health Hub on the Sunshine Coast, following record sales at its other developments.RGD Group has sold 240 apartments across its four Oceanside Kawana sites – North Shore, Waterline, Salt and Aquarius – over 24 months, with a combined value of $120 million.RGD Group managing director Ron Grabbe acknowledged the role played by the $2 billion, 450-bed Sunshine University Hospital and the 200-bed Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital developments, which are within easy reach of their projects.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Southbank at Oceanside by RGD Group will be constructed within the Oceanside Health Hub“On launching North Shore Oceanside Kawana in September 2015, we had great demand from astute investors and owner occupiers from around Australia and overseas who saw the growth potential and convenience of owning waterfront property adjacent to these world class medical facilities,” he said. “Much needed accommodation for thousands of hospital staff and visiting families is now a reality and our apartments are proving to be one of the healthiest investments available in Australia right now.”
Stuff.co.nz 28 November 2013Some heavy cannabis users are up to 11 times more likely to develop schizophrenia, a drug symposium in Auckland has been told.People with a certain gene combination that exists in 25 percent of the population had that heightened risk, Otago University’s Professor Richie Poulton told the Cannabis and Health Symposium.Risk of psychosis was elevated for those who used the drug when they were young, the Dunedin Longitudinal Study showed, but not at the levels of that gene combination.For people who used cannabis heavily before the age of 18, the risk of schizophrenia increased by 10.3 per cent, Poulton said.For those who used it heavily after 18 years-old, the risk increased by 4.7 per cent.This year, and for the first time in New Zealand, Fairfax Media is partnering with the Global Drug Survey to help create the largest and most up-to-date snapshot of our drug and alcohol use, and to see how we compare to the rest of the world.http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/9453354/Cannabis-hikes-schizophrenia-risk
The NTC on Tuesday ordered ABS-CBN to cease the operations of several of its radio and television stations purportedly because of the company’s lack of a valid franchise from Congress. Its franchise renewal bills have been pending for years. (GMA News) In a petition for certiorari and prohibition, ABS-CBN asked the SC to issue a temporary restraining order against the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) directive that led to a signoff Tuesday evening, the day after the company’s franchise expired. “Our main argument is premised on due process and equal protection and the patent illegality of the cease and desist order,” Michelle Go, a lawyer for ABS-CBN, told GMA News. The petition asks the highest Philippine court to nullify and set aside the cease and desist order, arguing that the NTC acted with grave abuse of discretion and violated ABS-CBN’s rights to equal protection of the law and to due process, as well as the public’s right to information. MANILA – ABS-CBN Corp. has asked the Supreme Court (SC) to stop and then nullify the cease and desist order that forced the media giant to go off the air for the first time since the Martial Law era. This view shows the ABS-CBN network headquarters in Quezon City, Metro Manila. The country’s top broadcaster ABS-CBN was ordered off the air on May 5 over a stalled operating license renewal, drawing fresh charges that authorities were cracking down on press freedom. AFP/MARIA TAN
Memorial donations can be directed to St. Michael Church or to the Brookville American Legion Auxiliary. To sign the online guestbook, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home and its staff are honored to serve the family of Alicia Higgs. Alicia F. Higgs, of Brookville, was born on June 22, 1929 in Brookville, the daughter of Edward and Norma Bernhart Bath. She married William E. Higgs on December 1, 1951 at St. Michael Catholic Church and together they raised 3 children. Alicia was a member of St. Michael Church and the Brookville American Legion Auxiliary. She liked to read and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. On Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the age of 88, she passed away at St. Andrew’s Health Campus in Batesville, Indiana. Those surviving who will cherish Alicia’s memory include her daughters; Barbara (Rick) Ellis of Brookville, and Bonnie (Tom) Foltz of Erlanger, KY; one son, Bill (Barbara) Higgs of Brookville; 7 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Ethel Westerfield of Cincinnati, and Judy Meyer of Lady Lake, FL. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband on December 3, 1982; a granddaughter, Jill Ellis, and a brother, Tom Bath. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, May 3, 2018 from 9 until 10:30 a.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Father Sean Danda will officiate a Mass of Christian burial at 11:00 a.m. at St. Michael Catholic Church and burial will follow in the church cemetery.
The Cincinnati Reds definitely chose a new direction for their baseball team. With the hiring of David Bell, they went younger and with Bell I assume they will play a much more aggressive style of baseball. After two laid back managers in Bryan Price and Jim Riggleman, we should see a more up-tempo brand of baseball.The Reds also hired two big-time assistants, Turner Ward and Derek Johnson. Ward came from Los Angeles where he found a way to get Yasiel Puig to play team baseball and help the Dodgers get into the World Series. Johnson was a pitching coach of the Milwaukee Brewers. He obviously turned the Brewers pitching staff into one of the best in major league baseball. All of these moves show that the Reds will be very aggressive this upcoming season.None of the above will help unless the Reds can go out and get pitching help. Their bullpen was turned around last year, but their starting pitching was near the bottom for all major league baseball. It should be an interesting upcoming season for the Reds.
Harrison, OH—The community is invited to attend a Town Meeting on Thursday, October 17 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. for a discussion on the potential future development in the downtown Harrison district.The meeting will be conducted at the Council Chambers and Emily Crow, from McBride Dale Clarion, will be on hand to hear resident and business owner ideas and concerns as she and the City begin to develop concepts for future downtown improvements.Crow was a consultant that assisted the City with its “Envision Harrison” Comprehensive Plan Update adopted by City Council in 2018.
He added: “All season I’ve said that after a game we have three or four chances to see things and then we can decide whether we thought it was or wasn’t. The referee only has two or three seconds . “But we are talking about decisions whereas what happened with the disallowed goal is against the rules. How on earth can you disallow a goal when the ball comes off an opponent? It’s like giving an offside after a throw-in! Everybody knows you cannot be offside after a throw-in. “Equally everybody knows you can never be offside if the ball comes from an opponent – and in this case it’s not coming from one opponent it’s coming from two! From the defender, to the goalkeeper and back to Roland. So how on earth can you disallow that goal?” Swansea midfielder Wayne Routledge tweeted: “Can’t even write what I want to say here or I’m definitely getting fined. Unbelievable! Watch the replays..” Even Baggies boss Steve Clarke admitted that the goal should have been given, saying: “We got a lucky break. It should have been given. It was a goal. I think it came off Ben Foster last so that is fortuitous.” Luke Moore put Swansea in front only for Romelu Lukaku to equalise with his 13th goal of the campaign before an own goal from Jonathan de Guzman earned Albion victory. Clarke added: “We got a lucky break but sometimes when you put in the effort, energy and quality we did into that game…I think we earned that little break. We deserved to win the game. Don’t be writing down that we didn’t deserve to win the game. I’m delighted because we came from behind.” Press Association Swansea boss Michael Laudrup slammed referee Lee Mason after he disallowed a last-gasp effort from Roland Lamah as his side went down 2-1 at West Brom. Replays showed the ball struck Baggies goalkeeper Ben Foster and defender Gareth McAuley before substitute Lamah put the ball in the net. But Mason ruled Lamah was offside and West Brom hung on for their third win in four Barclays Premier League matches. Laudrup said: “I think after every game we’re always discussing decisions taken by the referees or the linesmen. Should penalties be given or not given? Should a card be given or not given? Was it too harsh or not? One thing or the other thing.”
The referee, Craig Pawson, has told FA officials that he was looking directly at the incident which took place during Tuesday’s 3-1 win for United at Old Trafford. Under the rules allowing cases to be dealt with retrospectively, as the referee had a clear, unobstructed view it is not classed as the incident having not been seen by match officials, Press Association Sport understands. Hull City’s David Meyler will not be banned for the FA Cup final for his apparent stamp on Manchester United’s Adnan Januzaj after the Football Association decided not to take retrospective action against the Irish midfielder. United’s stand-in manager Ryan Giggs was incensed by the injury suffered to the 18-year-old winger. He said: “I didn’t see [the incident] but I have seen his leg, it goes from his knee to his ankle. It is the second time it has happened to him this season and it’s not great to see. “It is terrible, his leg. He needs protecting. He is a brilliant player, he is exciting and the authorities need to stamp down on it, whether that can happen now… but it was bad. I have not seen the stamp but I have seen his leg and it is bad. It is a joke.” Press Association
A New Jersey couple held a Make American Great Again themed wedding, and the BEST MAN was in attendance, President Donald Trump.President Trump made a surprise appearance at the wedding reception Saturday night that took place at his New Jersey golf club, prompting the bride, groom and attendees to break into chants of “USA! USA!”Video circulating on social media Sunday showed Trump walk out to the reception and the bride and groom rush over to join him. The crowd then erupted in the patriotic chant.Groom P.J. Mongelli said that Trump showing up at the wedding “was a complete and utter surprise.”He said that he and his then-fiancée Nicole Marie Mongelli had sent Trump multiple invitations to attend.P.J. Mongelli said Trump first appeared during the cocktail hour to meet the bride and other family members before he made a second appearance at the reception at the request of the newlyweds.Trump crashes wedding reception at his New Jersey golf club, crowd chants ‘USA!’ | TheHill https://t.co/wHl2BOhlAG— James Hirsen (@thejimjams) July 22, 2019
MOUNT DESERT — Two Hancock County residents earned top-five finishes Saturday at the annual Northeast Harbor Road Race.Andrew Kephart of Ellsworth finished fourth overall in the 5-mile race with a time of 27 minutes, 59 seconds. His time placed him one second shy of third-place finisher Caleb Gartner of Falmouth, Mass.Jason Cerilli of Sullivan crossed the finish line in 29:48 to finish fifth overall. In another close finish, he beat out J.P. Grace of Locust Valley, N.Y., by a mere four seconds.Jarly Bobadilla of Tremont was the next Hancock County runner to reach the finish line, which he crossed in 31:20. Dylan Garceau of Bar Harbor rounded out the top 20 with a time of 32:52, and Mount Desert’s Paul Weaver (24th) and Bar Harbor’s Bryant Perkins (25th), Zac Gilhooley (30th) and Dale Zhang (34th) continued a strong day for MDI runners.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThis year marked the 41st running of the Northeast Harbor Road Race, which benefits Northeast Harbor Ambulance Service. A total of 143 runners competed in the race.