The home at 75 Coventry St, Hawthorne.“I could have sold this property many times over, given the current market.”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 2020Mr Havig said it was the large 810sm q allotment that particularly interested buyers. “It’s in an elevated position on a large block of land that has the potential to have value added to it,” he said. The home at 75 Coventry St, Hawthorne.This charming, unrenovated Queenslander home has sold for $1,250,000.Marketing agent David Havig of Havig & Jackson Real Estate, Clayfield, said the property at 75 Conventry St, Hawthorne received “enormous interest” from buyers.“We had a huge amount of inquiries,” he said. The living space at 75 Coventry St, Hawthorne.Mr Havig said the new owners were locals who planned on renovating the existing home. “Listings like this don’t come along often enough,,” he said.“There are many buyers looking for homes in a similar condition to this on the market, but they just don’t exist. “Demand far outweighs available stock.” The backyard at 75 Coventry St, Hawthorne/Mr Havig said the new owners were locals who were planning on renovating the existing home. According to the latest data from CoreLogic, the median price for a home in Hawthorne is $1,164,000.
With the most liberal laws in the world governing physician-assisted suicide, surveys in Belgium show overwhelming support for its legality. Doctors say euthanasia gives terminally ill patients experiencing constant and unbearable suffering a practical and humane way to die peacefully. But even in a country with far-reaching acceptance, controversy still remains.https://liveactionnews.org/documentary-shows-belgian-doctor-euthanizing-a-depressed-suicidal-woman/
MANILA – The Department of Health (DOH)has given the go-signal to Philippine hospitals to begin their clinical trialsin search for possible treatment for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). DOH Undersecretary Maria RosarioVergeire said Sunday they have allowed some 20 hospitals to begin the trials ifthey already have stock of the off-label drugs used in the World HealthOrganization’s multi-country clinical trials. “‘NungBiyernes, tinitingnan po natin kung makakakuha na tayo ng gamot fromdifferent hospitals na pwedengpagumpisahan,” she added. Based on the latest count from DOH,there are 7,294 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Philippines. Of these figures,792 have recovered and 494 have died./PN Vergeire said that around 500 patientswho were in critical stage of COVID-19 are expected to take part in the trialbut they should have the consent of their relatives. “Dapatmay informed consent. Ibig sabihin,alam ng pasyente ‘yung atingipapaliwanag sa kanila kung ano ang pwedeng maging epekto ng gamot. Ipapaliwanag din sa kanila kung ano yung mgaposibilidad na pwedeng mangyari habang pinapainom sa kanila ang gamot na ito,”Vergeire said. “Walangayong gamot na may ebidensiya na 100 percent magwo-work against COVID-19. Lahatpawang sinusubukan pa lamang,” she added. Among the drugs that will be included inthe trial, according to Vergeire, are remdesivir; lopinavir and ritonavircombined; two drugs plus interferon beta; and chloroquine. “Ito’ymagtatagal for months. Ang atingclinical trial ay pwede nang maumpisahandahil nakuha na natin ang necessary clearances and we are good to go,”Vergeire said in an interview with DZMM.
Officials said they are planning to install thermal screening stations and facial recognition technology at the airports by the end of the year. Ige said the technology would be used only to track people within the airport during the screening process. (AP) In this photo taken June 5, 2020, a surfer walks on a sparsely populated Waikiki beach in Honolulu. AP HONOLULU – Hawaii Gov. David Ige extended the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arriving travelers on Wednesday in a bid to keep coronavirus cases in the islands low. Ige said the rule is being extended to the end of July as the state works to solidify a screening process that could soon allow travelers to return in some capacity.
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Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Randy Obermeyer.The JV Lady Bulldogs traveled to Franklin County Tuesday evening and were defeated by a score of 13-6. Mental mistakes and errors plagued the Lady Bulldogs in the first inning as they gave up 12 runs and couldn’t recover.Morgan Biggs, Sarah Ripperger, Sophie Lee, and Courtney Chambers all had a hit a piece on the evening. The six runs were spread out for the Lady Bulldogs as Anna Gerth, Gwen Martin, Ripperger, Lee, Ainsley Phipps, and Shelby Weiler all came around to score.Biggs and Phipps combined to go the distance in the circle for the Bulldogs.Batesville JV Softball will next be in action Friday evening as they will travel to Rushville. First pitch will be immediately following the varsity game.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Stacey Kessens. The Batesville Lady Bulldog Varsity Softball team defeated Franklin County last night by the score of 9-2.The Bulldogs batted for 15 hits (9 singles, 5 doubles and a home run) to earn their 4th win of the season and 2nd in the EIAC.The Bulldogs were looking to prove they were a better team than the one that let the game slip to the Wildcats in Batesville on April 11th when they gave up the lead in the 7th inning.The Bulldogs took an early lead when Oldham’s hard hit ground ball went between the legs of a Wildcat shortstop scoring Belter.An error by the Bulldogs on a steal by the Wildcats tied the game in the 2nd inning.The Bulldogs took the lead again in the 4th inning by after Burkhart and Westerfeld both hit 2 RBI doubles.Westerfeld advanced another run home with an RBI single in the 6th inning. Schaefer followed with a 2 RBI double.Laker ended the scoring for the Bulldogs, driving a 1-2 pitch over the right field fence for her 1st home run of the season.Paige Oldham pitched 7 innings giving up 3 hits, a walk and striking out 2 with zero earned runs.Biggs, Westerfeld, Schaefer, Burkhart, Belter Waechter, and Laker all had multiple hits in the game. Westerfeld led in RBIs with 3.Laker led the defense and finished the game with 6 put outs.The Bulldogs move to 4-9 on the season, and 2-7 in the EIAC with the win.
Seymour, IN—The Jackson County Sheriffs Office is seekings help to find a Missing/Runaway juvenile from the Seymour area.Anabel Davis, a 12-year-old female, was last seen Tuesday, September 24th in the rural Seymour, IN area. She was wearing black leggings with gray at the bottom and black Nike tennis shoes. Unknown shirt type/color.If you see or have seen Anabel contact the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department at 812.358.2141.
RelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal EPL: Calvert-Lewin treble fires Everton past West Brom EPL: Everton set to compound West Brom woes Everton defender, Yerry Mina, has been fined 10,000 pounds ($12,300) and warned by the English Football Association for breaching betting regulations, the FA said on Tuesday. The centre back appeared in a video promoting the betting company Betjuego in his native Colombia. Players, coaches and officials are prohibited from advertising or promoting any betting activity related to football. The FA said in a statement that the player had admitted to a misconduct charge. After a debut Premier League season blighted by injuries following his move from Barcelona, Mina has played all four league games in the new campaign and helped the Merseyside club keep two clean sheets. Everton, sixth in the standings, travel to Bournemouth on Sunday.Tags: BetjuegoColombiaEnglish FAEvertonYerry Mina
Parents of children who attend a special needs elementary school in Broward are calling for changes after audio of a kindergarten teacher, and teacher’s aide cursing at students was secretly recorded.(LISTEN: Tape of Broward teachers swearing at kindergartners with special needs.)Concerned parents Miriam and Matt Adar placed a recorder in their son’s backpack after he came home from school swearing.Their son, who is diagnosed with non-verbal autism, attends Pasadena Lakes Elementary School in Pembroke Pines.Thursday, classrooms were empty as parents said they were too afraid to send their children to school following the recording.Officials say, the unidentified teacher and teacher’s aide accused of cursing at students are under investigation and have been removed as employees.Superintendent Robert Runcie met with concerned parents on Monday over the incident.This story is developing.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDENVER (AP) — LeBron James posted a triple-double and Anthony Davis scored seven of his 33 points in overtime to push the Los Angeles Lakers past the Denver Nuggets 120-116 Wednesday night.James had 32 points, 14 assists and 12 rebounds for his 12th triple-double of the season as the Lakers headed into the All-Star break with a four-game lead over second-place Denver in the Western Conference.The Lakers improved their NBA-best road record to 23-5. Associated Press James’ triple double, Davis lead Lakers past Nuggets 120-116 Jamal Murray led the Nuggets with 33 points, but All-Star Nikola Jokic was in foul trouble and made some crucial blunders in the extra period, including a turnover on a bad pass with 19 seconds left after he passed up an open 3-pointer with Denver down 119-116.Jokic has 22 points and 11 rebounds for Denver, which saw its four-game winning streak snapped.James missed a fadeaway 15-footer at the buzzer, sending the game into overtime.Gary Harris tied it at 111 when he drove past his man and hit the bucket with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope in his face. The Lakers called timeout with 23.9 seconds left and James held the ball until the final few seconds when he drove and put up his errant shot.LA opened the second half with a 3-pointer by Danny Green and a thunderous dunk by James for an 11-point lead, the Lakers’ largest of the night. But the Nuggets used an 11-0 run capped by Jokic’s long 3-pointer to tie it at 66. Jokic picked up his fourth foul and went to the bench with 4:44 left in the third quarter. The Nuggets vehemently argued the call because Davis took three steps in the paint before contact and should have been called for a travel. But his teammates picked up the slack to give the Nuggets an 87-84 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Jokic returned with Denver trailing 97-94 with 7½ minutes left in regulation.The Lakers fell behind 45-32 early in the second quarter, but closed the first half on a 29-10 run fueled Davis’ three consecutive baskets off Denver turnovers. James’ jumper put Los Angeles ahead 53-51 and his drive to the hoop with one-tenth of a second left gave the Lakers a 61-55 halftime lead.TIP-INS ___More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Lakers: Took control in the second quarter by outscoring Denver 20-8 in the paint. … The Lakers forced Denver into a pair of 24-second violations, including on the game’s first possession. Nuggets: Jokic was honored for his All-Star selection in a pregame ceremony that included a framed All-Star jersey. … Reserves Paul Millsap, Monte Morris and Noah Vonlieh each sank their only 3-point attempt of the first half, whereas the starting five went a combined 3 for 10 from long range. UP NEXT Lakers: host Memphis on Feb. 21 after the All-Star break.Nuggets: visit Oklahoma City on Feb. 21. February 13, 2020