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An island on Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef is currently on the market for expressions of interest, with price expectations of around $40 million.Keswick Island is currently owned by Keswick Developments Director Edward Dawson-Damer, who is said to be a friend of the British royal family.He has already obtained planning approval for up to 1000 dwellings on the site.There are currently 26 privately-owned properties on the island.The property comes with an 80-year-lease to develop 117 hectares of the 517-hectare island, which includes 400 hectares of national park. Gallery (7 images)Keswick Island is located near Mackay.The island sits 32 kilometres off the coast of Mackay and has the white sandy beaches, palm trees and clear waters typical of tropical north Queensland.Its coral reefs are home to turtles, dolphins and whales, as well as a number of the species of tropical fish associated with the Great Barrier Reef.The new owner will also be given a seabed license to build an 180+ berth marina on the island.Selling agent Jordan Lee, of Colliers International Real Estate, says most of the infrastructure is also in place for a developer to build a resort, hotel or retail complex.“At the moment there’s 26 houses already of the island. Electricity, airstrip, roads and sewerage are all ready (in place),” Lee says.He says the island has had a “surprising” amount of interest so far from buyers hailing from across the globe, including Asia and Europe.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago“We’ve got more interest on this island than some of the houses we sell locally,” he says.With $30 million already invested in the island’s infrastructure, it is thought the property could fetch up to $40 million.Expressions of interest for this property are expected by 31 August 2016.
HIA sees strong promise in the value of alteration and additions approvals in Queensland.QUEENSLAND has brushed aside apartment oversupply concerns with its housing scorecard emerging third strongest in the country, backed by millions approved for renovations and first homebuyer strength.The latest Housing Industry Association Housing Scorecard saw Queensland ranked third behind New South Wales and Victoria, with the East Coast trio dominating housing statistics across the country.It’s the fourth consecutive quarter for the state to hold that spot and comes despite the resource investment downturn and major supply of multi-unit dwellings.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:40Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:40 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenOpen for inspection: what to look out for01:40“A jump in the value of renovation work approved in recent months is a very positive sign that consumers are confident in underlying market and a very positive sign for the industry,” the report said.Queensland saw $324 million in alterations and additions approved in the quarter, which was a whopping 19.1 per cent higher than the decade average.HIA Housing Scorecard Winter 2017: Queensland Current Quarter Result and Deviation from Decade Average. Source: HIA/ABSMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoThe number of loans to first home buyers was at 5,371 in the quarter, which was slightly below (-3.7 per cent) the decade average, but still the strongest performer of all states and territories.NSW saw its number of loans to first home buyers go -45.9 per cent below its decade average while Victoria had a -12.8 per cent deviation, ACT -8.7 per cent, Tasmania -17.1 per cent, South Australia -27.7 per cent and Western Australia -10.4 per cent.“The depth of the Queensland economy has seen it perform solidly despite the decline in resources related construction investment. Economic growth in Queensland is now being underpinned by resource exports. The fate of a small number of very large resource projects could also change this moderate projection of growth,” the HIA report said.“The investment phase in apartments in Queensland has lagged behind other states and there are still a large number of units to be completed. With approvals for multi-unit residential building declining in recent months there is an indication that there is a pending contraction in this sector of the market once the current projects conclude.”HIA said Queensland’s fall in building activity by 10.2 per cent in the March quarter was “consistent with the decline in activity across the country”.“We anticipate that the number of commencements will continue receding from the elevated level posted in 2015/16, the level of commencements should remain healthy in the longer term context.”
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Alimodian recorded 10 more cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on July 15, which prompted authorities to extend further its ECQ. Meanwhile, Alimodian’s Mayor Gefree Alonsabe pointed out that limiting the movement of people is part of the ECQ to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. ILOILO City – The Iloilo Police Provincial Office (IPPO) deployed additional policemen to the municipalities of Alimodian and Bingawan to help in the strict enforcement of quarantine rules after the towns reverted back to enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). “We pulled out some of our men assigned at the IPPO, Regional Public Safety Battalion and Special Weapons and Tactics team,” Lucas said. According to Mayor Mark Palabrica, the ECQ status in Bingawan will remain for two weeks as local authorities rolled out contract tracing for close contacts of the six cases. Meanwhile, Bingawan was placed under ECQ midnight of July 13 after six staff of the town’s Rural Health Unit were found infected with COVID-19. Police Colonel Paul Kenneth Lucas, IPPO director, said he fielded 10 more police officers in each municipality. Police Colonel Paul Kenneth Lucas ECQ is a form of community quarantine implementing temporary measures imposing stringent limitations on movement and transportation of people, strict regulation of operating industries, provision of food and essential services, and heightened presence of uniformed personnel to enforce community quarantine protocols./PN
Update (6:30 p.m.)The scene of the accident was cleared and U.S. 52 south of Brookville reopened around 5:50 p.m.Dispatchers say six people were involved in the two-car crash.Three medical helicopters were dispatched to the area.First Report (4:45 p.m.)FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — Authorities are on the scene of a serious crash on U.S. 52 south of Brookville that occured around 4:00 p.m. Friday.The accident has closed U.S. 52 from Brookville to State Road 1 South near Cedar Grove.Dispatchers say three University of Cincinnati Air Care units have flown to the scene.They were unable to confirm the number vehicles or people involved.WRBI is covering this developing story and will report new details when they are made available.
United begin their Premier League campaign at home to Tottenham on Saturday but De Gea has been left out of the squad because he has been unsettled by talk of a move to Real Madrid, according to Van Gaal. The United manager said on the eve of the first game of the season that he felt De Gea was incapable of focusing on the match in hand, which means 22-year-old Sam Johnstone looks set to make his debut against Tottenham at Old Trafford. Van Gaal admitted United have “problems” with De Gea, who has been unable to “manage his situation,” according to the Dutchman. The United boss claims it would be too much of a risk starting the 24-year-old against Spurs, so he looks set to turn to Johnstone – or new signing Sergio Romero – instead. “We’ve observed him in training sessions and matches and he’s not the David de Gea of last year,” Van Gaal said. “He tries and does (his) utmost best, but it’s a difficult situation. “Now we have to play our first match and I want players who can focus only on the match and he is not capable to do that. “He shall not play.” United have maintained all summer they will not sell De Gea to Real Madrid unless they get Sergio Ramos in return. That stance remains the same, despite Van Gaal’s latest terse words on the subject. “No, I don’t think so,” Van Gaal said when asked if Real Madrid had matched their valuation of De Gea. “We are asking money and they have to pay money. In recent years Manchester United have paid a lot of money on players and not received a lot for our players. “He’s the best goalkeeper we’ve had for the last three years, I believe,” Van Gaal said. “The last two years he was nominated by the fans as the best player at the club. Do you think the coach wants him to leave? I don’t think so. The player still has to manage this situation.” It is easy to see why United are so desperate to hold on to De Gea. The former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper played a huge part in United’s push for Champions League qualification and rightly earned his second successive player of the year award at the club’s annual awards in May. Van Gaal thinks the situation would not be so messy if the transfer window shut before the start of the season. He added: “I am the victim, the fellow players are the victims, the club is the victim. That’s why the transfer period has to change. “When we are at September 1 then there is a decision because then the transfer period is over. “Then we have to manage the new situation. It may be easier but I don’t know. We have to see and wait. I have to observe.” Van Gaal also spoke for the first time about Angel di Maria’s exit from Old Trafford. On Thursday Di Maria joined Paris St Germain for £44.3million, less than 12 months after signing for United for an English-record £59.7million fee. ”For us that’s a big loss,” Van Gaal said. ”I want more attackers with speed and creativity. Di Maria is one of those players so we have to look for that kind of player, but they have to have the talent to cope with the English rhythm and that’s difficult to find.” Explaining the events of the last few weeks when Di Maria failed to show up for United’s pre-season tour and then signed for PSG, Van Gaal said: “He left us very quickly (at the end of last season) because he had to go to the Copa America so I didn’t want to disturb him on his way to the final. “I text him only messages (about) how it was with him and then PSG… and then we – us and PSG – have to consider if it (a transfer) is possible. “When you don’t come on the tour on the day we agreed then you are showing you want to go to Paris St Germain.” Louis van Gaal claims David de Gea bears little resemblance to the goalkeeper who rescued so many points for Manchester United last season. Press Association
CRICKET without a Cause, a book by Professor Hilary Beckles, that looks at the reasons behind the downfall of West Indies cricket was launched at Kings College in London on Thursday.The launch was organised by the University of the West Indies Foundation with sponsorship by Jamaica National.There are also plans to have launches in Barbados and Jamaica next month.In Cricket without a Cause, published by Ian Randle Publishers, Beckles shows that only the Windies have been unable to field a Test team filled with its best players.The best available occupy the bottom of Test rankings. The best are lured by the bounty of franchise cricket as ‘cash before country’ became the new mantra.Test cricket, once the gold of the Windies brand, was devalued and diminished. The proud edifice to West Indian nationalism fell. But the rebuilding task has begun, Beckles argues. A new mentality in the academy is in the making. The return of the Windies is on the horizon.Hilary McD. Beckles is Professor of Economic History and Vice Chancellor of The University of the West Indies (UWI). He played youth cricket for Warwickshire County in England and while a student at Hull University, played for Hull City and Barnsley Town in the Yorkshire League.He is the founder and Director of the Centre for Cricket Research at The UWI and while serving as a director of the West Indies Cricket Board, designed and chaired its High Performance Cricket Academy. He has written several books on West Indian cricket, including a biography of Sir Everton Weekes and authored a play on the rise of Sir Gary Sobers.In 2017 he was inducted into the USA Cricket Hall of Fame. He lectures extensively on cricket history and culture. (Sportsmax.com)
South Korea’s professional baseball league has decided to begin its season on May 5.The games will be played without fans until the risk of infection from the coronavirus is gone.The league plans to maintain a 144-game regular-season schedule but has decided scrap its all-star game and shorten the first round of the playoffs from a best-of-five to best-of-three series.The KBO says it could shorten the regular season if infections erupt. The league will advise players to wear face masks in locker rooms and require them to download smartphone apps to report their daily health status to league officials.___ Al-Khelaifi says “our wage bill is of substantial volume” and “we risk suffering colossal losses” at the end of the season.___UEFA vice president Sándor Csányi says playoffs to decide the last four places in the postponed European Championship could be played in October or November.The 16-nation playoffs have twice been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Euro 2020 has been delayed one year.Csányi tells Hungarian media that October and November are options while there is uncertainty about when soccer can resume in Europe. All 55 UEFA member countries are currently scheduled to play Nations League games in October and November. The Latest: UEFA eases stance on leagues stopping early The second edition of FIA’s Motorsport Games has been postponed until next year because of the coronavirus pandemic.The multi-disciple event between various nations was scheduled for Oct. 23-25 at the Circuit Paul Ricard near designated host city Marseille. The new dates are Oct. 22-24 next year at the same place.The next games are set to see the introduction of rally and historic motorsport events.Paul Ricard also hosts a Formula One race. It is scheduled for June 28 but widely expected to become the 10th of 22 races this season to be called off amid the virus outbreak.___ Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has urged his players to accept a pay cut amid the coronavirus pandemic.Al-Khelaifi says in an interview with RMC radio that he is “expecting them to make an effort for the club. They know their responsibilities.”Players on French clubs are all on temporary layoffs. That means a small cut in pay of 16 percent and the state picks up a portion of the rest.Players at clubs in other countries have taken large pay cuts amid the uncertainty.PSG’s squad includes world-class players Neymar, Kylian Mbappé, Ángel Di María and Edinson Cavani. The 20 clubs in Italy’s top soccer division have unanimously voted in favor of finishing the current season.The Lega Serie A held an assembly with the 20 clubs by videoconference. It released a statement saying all clubs voted “to carry on the 2019-2020 season to the end, if the government allows it to happen.”Serie A has been suspended since the government ordered a nationwide lockdown more than a month ago. Twelve rounds remain along with four games that were postponed from the weekend of Feb. 22.The lockdown in Italy is scheduled to expire after May 3.___ Associated Press After talking with its 55 member federations, UEFA says that “some special cases will be heard“ after guidelines are confirmed for entry paths to next season’s Champions League and Europa League. Those guidelines could be approved Thursday by UEFA’s executive committee.After Belgium’s top-tier league said this month it wanted to declare current standings final, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin warned that countries risked losing European competition entries if they took premature decisions. UEFA’s previous directive was toned down to “a strong recommendation“ Tuesday to try to complete domestic seasons. Domestic club soccer aims to play into July and August — if resuming games is even possible — with UEFA hoping to complete the Champions League and Europa League later in August.___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Hungary was drawn to play at Bulgaria in the single knockout Euro 2020 playoffs. The winner will host either Iceland or Romania with a place in the final tournament at stake.Hungary is one of 12 host nations of Euro 2020.___The deputy head of Germany’s national disease control center has cautioned against coronavirus testing for soccer players in order to restart the league.Regular testing of players and team staff is a key element of a plan to resume German soccer in empty stadiums next month. Robert Koch Institute vice president Lars Schaade says he doesn’t “see why certain sections of the population … should be routinely screened.”Schaade says he would prefer testing to be focused on people who show symptoms or who are linked to an outbreak of the virus.Clubs are eager to resume the Bundesliga to avoid financial losses. They are negotiating a tricky political landscape and opposition from some fan groups.The governors of German states Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia have called for a restart of soccer on May 9 but not all states are on board.___ April 21, 2020 The ownership of the Orlando Magic have announced a $50,000 donation to a Central Florida food bank and have teamed with Papa John’s to offer a way for their fans to support food-insecure families as well.The DeVos family announced the donation to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. Through May 20 fans can also see 25% of their online-order price at Orlando-area Papa John’s restaurants donated to the food bank as well.Magic CEO Alex Martins says “this has been a focus for us over the years, and now more than ever this remains a priority. We will continue to work together to make sure we assist those most vulnerable.”The DeVos family previously announced a $2 million compensation fund for Orlando Magic, Amway Center, Lakeland Magic and Orlando Solar Bears hourly workers for games and time missed during the COVID-19 suspension of seasons. Several Magic players and Magic coach Steve Clifford have also championed various charitable causes during the pandemic.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___UEFA is softening its tone toward organizers of national leagues and cups who want to end seasons early before completing all games.
PGA Tour Charities allowed for online donations during the telecast, raising more than $1 million. The donations will continue until Tuesday.When the exhibition ended, more than $5.5 million had been pledged, starting with the $3 million guarantee from UnitedHeath Group.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSCal. State teams could play football as scheduledUNDATED (AP) — The California State University system’s plan for a mostly virtual fall semester due to the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t necessarily close the door on football at its three schools that play in the far-flung Mountain West Conference. Harvick took the lead from Alex Bowman on a late restart and pulled away over the final 30 laps at Darlington Raceway. Bowman finished second, followed by Kurt Busch, Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin.Harvick is the only drive to finish in the top 10 in each of the Cup Series’ five races this season. He emerged from his car in victory lane wearing a black face mask — what could become NASCAR’s new normal.It was the first Cup race in 71 days since the schedule was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event was run without fans and with an emphasis on masks and social distancing. Roughly 900 people were approved to be inside the gates, all considered essential.Ricky Stenhouse crashed exiting the second turn on the first lap, calling the wreck embarrassing. His crumpled car was spitting flames as he drove to the garage, ending his race without completing a single lap.Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson wrecked while leading on the final lap of the first stage at Darlington Raceway. The mishap took Johnson out of the race and allowed William Byron to take the first stage. HOUSTON (AP) — A 5-year-old boy and a woman drowned in the backyard pool of former LA Dodger player Carl Crawford’s Houston home Saturday afternoon. That’s according to reports from The Houston Chronicle.The paper says Houston police were called for a reported drowning at a north Houston home that property and business records list as belonging to Crawford. A police spokeswoman told the Chronicle that the boy was swimming in the pool when he began to have trouble breathing, and the woman jumped in to save him. Both were unresponsive when police arrived and later declared dead at a hospital, according to the spokeswoman.No further details were immediately available.The police department did not immediately respond Sunday to a request for comment from the The Associated Press. Contact information for Crawford could not be immediately found.NFL-ROBBERY May 17, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNASCAR-DARLINGTONHarvick wins at Darlington as NASCAR returns to tracksDARLINGTON, S.C. — Kevin Harvick was the winner as NASCAR resumed its Cup schedule following a 10-week layoff. The players’ lawyers say they have witnesses who will clear them.NFL-BILLS PLAYER ARRESTEDBuffalo Bills player charged with drunken driving in TexasHOUSTON (AP) — Authorities say Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Ed Oliver was arrested during a traffic stop in the Houston area and charged with drunken driving and illegally carrying a handgun.Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies pulled Oliver over Saturday night after receiving reports of someone driving recklessly in a construction area. Oliver failed a sobriety test and deputies found a small caliber pistol in his truck, according to a statement from the Montgomery County Constables. The Houston Chronicle reports that he was released from jail after posting bond.Oliver was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the first round of the 2019 draft.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 NASCAR chose Darlington, the oldest speedway on the Cup circuit, as the safest place to restart the season after eight events were postponed. Sunday marked the first of 20 races across seven Southern states between now and June 21.GOLF-SEMINOLEMcIlroy has key shot in exhibition at SeminoleJUNO BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Rory McIlroy delivered the money shot in the TaylorMade Driving Relief exhibition that raised over $5 million for COVID-19 relief funds. With the match down to a closet-to-the-pin contest after regulation, McIlroy barely stayed on the shelf left of the pin, measured at 13 feet to beat Matthew Wolff’s attempt by five feet. The final carryover gave McIlroy and Dustin Johnson $1.85 million for the American Nurses Foundation.Wolff and Fowler made $1.15 million for the CDC Foundation. Fowler had seven birdies. — All Spanish league clubs can begin group training sessions this week despite stricter lockdown restrictions remaining in place in parts of Spain because of the pandemic. Cities like Madrid and Barcelona have not been allowed to loosen confinement measures like most of the country, but teams such as Real Madrid and Barcelona have been given the go-ahead to move into the second phase of training. The league has told clubs that on Monday all players can start small group sessions regardless of the lockdown phase in their regions. Players had only been allowed to train individually across Spain until now.— Park Hyun-kung shot a final-round 67 to win the Korean Ladies Professional Golf tournament by one stroke. Park had a four-round total of 17-under 271 on the Lakewood Country Club course. Lim Hee-jeong carried a three-stroke lead into the final round before falling into a second-place tie with Bae Seon-woo. The tournament was played without fans and with players using hand sanitizers and following social-distancing rules. Caddies wore masks but players were allowed to play without them.— Russia has relaxed border restrictions for athletes and coaches in a move that will help soccer to restart in the country next month. Russia has barred most foreign arrivals since March in a bid to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Now the government says athletes and coaches will be allowed in if they have a contract with a Russian sports team or organization. They will have to spend 14 days in isolation on arrival and will be observed by doctors.MLB-CRAWFORD-POOL DROWNINGTwo drown at property owned by ex-outfielder Carl Crawford Update on the latest sports San Diego State athletic director John David Wicker says the school is looking at having football players return to campus no earlier than July 7 and is making plans to play the season as scheduled. SDSU is proceeding because it envisions a fall schedule that includes a hybrid model of classes, in which some students will be on campus for in-person instruction such as labs while other classes will be held online.The Mountain West also includes Cal. State schools Fresno State and San Jose State. Fresno State AD Terry Tumey said it’s too early to determine when athletes could return to campus, adding that the safety of the community, the players and support staff is paramount. San Jose State said in a statement that it continues to work on timelines.NCAA President Mark Emmert said recently that campuses must be open “in one fashion or another” in order to have sports this fall.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:— English Premier League clubs will try on Monday to agree on protocols to allow a return to training during the pandemic. Teams already have started checking players and coaches for COVID-19, with a total of 1,600 weekly tests anticipated across the 20 clubs in England’s top division. Monday’s meeting comes two days after the German league resumed its schedule. Baker, Dunbar released after posting bondFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — NFL cornerbacks DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar were released from Broward County Jail on Sunday, a day after surrendering on felony charges stemming from a cookout at a Miramar home.Baker posted a $200,000 bond after a Zoom hearing with Broward Circuit Judge Michael Davis. The New York Giants defender is charged with four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm.Dunbar is charged with four felony counts of armed robbery. The Seattle Seahawks player posted a $100,000 bond.The warrant said Baker and Dunbar were attending the cookout Wednesday night when a fight broke out and Baker pulled out a handgun. Witnesses told investigators that Baker, Dunbar and two other men began robbing people of thousands of dollars, watches and other valuables. Associated Press