8/265 Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo.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 2020The Millars lived at the two-level Cavendish Rd, property when they first moved to Brisbane.“We rented here for a year, in this beautiful complex,” Mrs Millar said. “The owner/builder popped it up for sale and we bought it – it was the perfect spot. It’s in such a great area.”She said, at the time, the property was 10 minutes away from her husband’s work in the Valley.Mrs Millar, who has a daughter, said the property was close to the local Kindy and Cooparoo State School. She hopes a young professional couple will buy the home, or a couple thinking of starting a family.“Even a couple with kids would suit this home,” she said.“There’s plenty of space, it’s very unique because the units in the complex are quite big.“The living space is perfect even for a family of four.” 8/265 Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo.After moving to Melbourne a few years ago, Darren and Koula Millar have made the decision to sell their investment property at Cooparoo.Mrs Millar, a stay-at-home mum and her husband, who works in the IT industry have been in Melbourne for almost three years.“We’ve had a couple of tenants in since we’ve left, and we’ve bought a property in Melbourne,” Mrs Millar said.“It’s just getting a bit tough managing it from here.” 8/265 Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo.Mrs Millar said they built a deck out the back which they had used a lot. The three bedrooms are on the upper level. The master suite is an idyllic parents’ retreat featuring a private balcony with a leafy outlook.Mrs Millar said the property was close to local hospitals and universities, Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre and a range of lifestyle amenities. 8/265 Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo.
Facebook48Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by The Washington Department of Fish and WildlifeThe Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will not schedule any razor clam digs on ocean beaches in November due to elevated levels of marine toxins.Tests show that domoic acid levels on Washington beaches remain above the threshold (20 parts per million) set by state public health officials, said Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager for WDFW.“We can’t open the beaches for digging until toxin tests show the clams are safe to eat,” Ayres said. “Based on the latest results, we won’t be able to do that until mid-December at the earliest.”All razor clam beaches have remained closed to digging since last spring when toxin levels increased significantly.WDFW will continue to work with the Washington Department of Health to monitor regularly marine toxin levels in razor clams, Ayres said. Test results are posted on WDFW’s webpage here.Domoic acid, a natural toxin produced by certain types of algae, can be harmful or even fatal if consumed in sufficient quantities. Cooking or freezing does not destroy domoic acid in shellfish.Since 1991, when the toxin was first detected on the Pacific coast, outbreaks of domoic acid have prompted the cancellation of three entire razor clam seasons in Washington – the last one in 2002-03.For more information on this season check out:Washington Razor Clam Management Briefing: Setting the 2015-2016 Season
The Two River Times is spearheading a safety task force called Crossroads, made up of municipal, county and state officials as well as corporate shareholders and private citizens to improve the co-existence among pedestrians, motorists, and cyclists in the Two River area.This video helps show how pedestrians face when they cross Broad and West Front Streets without using crosswalks, or using a pedestrian crossing signal.We’d like to hear from you about our series, or issues pedestrians and cyclists face crossing the street.Feel free to contact Executive Editor Jody Calendar at [email protected]– Video by Lynette Wojcik
By Jay Cook |HOLMDEL – It’s time to start digging out those old fly-fishing lures and spooling up the flyreels.The much-anticipated trout fishing season in New Jersey opened this past Saturday, and many Two River water ways are ready to be fished by anglers of all ages.On Wednesday afternoon, the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife made its way down to Holmdel for the first in-season stocking of 160 rainbow trout at Holmdel Park Pond. Two more in-season trout stocks will occur over the next two weeks, bringing in 320 more trout over that span.A popular spot known for its easy access, fishermen at Holmdel Park Pond can forget about boat launching or checking if the boat battery was charged overnight. The accessibility from the shore- line makes for worry-free casting right into the water. Holmdel Park is one of 14 freshwater locations throughout Monmouth County that will be stocked with 18-month-old rainbow trout this season, which opened at 8 a.m. April 8. They are 10 1⁄2 inches long.From April 10 through May 26, the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife will be stocking 176 brooks, streams, rivers, lands and ponds across the state with 377,520 rainbow trout, said Ed Conley, superintendent at Pequest Trout Hatchery in Oxford, Warren County. In total, 560,980 trout will be in state waters by the end of May. Pre-season rainbow trout stocking was from March 20 to April 7 – fishing was not allowed during that period.Brian Kubin scoops out some of the 160 rainbow trout that were stocked at Holmdel Park on Wednesday. The pond will be stocked two more times until the season ends on May 26.All of the rainbow trout stocked in state waters during this period come from Pequest, the state’s main trout hatchery, which has the capability to produce up to 700,000 trout for public fishing, according to the Division of Fish and Wildlife.Conley said that trout fishing has been popular among New Jerseyans for one main reason.“It’s carried down from generation to generation,” Conley said. It’s exactly the reason why Steve Prentiss was out fishing Wednesday morning. Every year, the Florida resident makes his way back to New Jersey to spend the week trout fishing with his dad. They hit a number of different spots throughout Monmouth County, but Holmdel Park is always the last stop before he heads home.“I’ve been coming here since I was a kid, man,” Prentiss said. “This is home for me.”As the delivery truck pulled up to the pond just after 11 a.m., 14-year-old Chris Richter of Middletown emerged from his mom’s car to run down to the pond. He said he enjoys fishing at Holmdel Park.“It’s close, it’s local and they have rangers here,” Richter said. “It’s good that they can regulate people and abide by the rules.”For New Jersey residents, anglers need both a fishing license and a trout stamp for the age group between 16- and 69-year-olds. Licenses cost $22.50 for residents up to age 64. The senior resident fishing license costs $12.50. A New Jersey resident trout stamp runs $10.50, and a nonresident trout stamp would cost out-of-state fishermen $20.Licenses and stamps can be purchased online through the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife’s website, as well as in person at a number of locations across the state. For Two River residents, the closest stores to purchase a fishing license are Dick’s Sporting Goods in Freehold, and Wal-Mart locations in Freehold and Neptune.Town, Body of Water, and Number of TroutColts Neck, Yellow Brook, 360Englishtown, Englishtown Mill Pond, 1,390Freehold, Topenemus Lake, 1,390Holmdel, Holmdel Park Pond, 690Howell, Echo Lake, 1,170Manasquan, Mac’s Pond, 160Navesink, Garvey’s Pond, 520Ocean, Shark River, 1,850Red Bank, Mohawk Pond, 690Shrewsbury, Hockhocksen Brook, 1,290Spring Lake, Spring Lake, 1,430Wall , Manasquan River, 8,820Wall, Mingamahome Brook, 880West Long Branch, Franklin Lake, 1,170This article was first published in the April 13-20, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times.
Chris Breese and Darren Medeiros also scored for the Rebels, which held period leads of 4-0 and 7-0.The Rebels chased newly signed netminder Zachery Babin from the Leaf nets midway through the second period after Woods scored to make the score 6-0.Babin was acquired before the December 1 BC Hockey roster deadline from the Princeton Posse in an exchange for future considerations.Castlegar out shot Nelson 33-31 in the game.Nelson, clinging to a one-point lead over Grand Forks Border Bruins in the battle for third spot in the Murdoch Division, travels to Kimberley Friday for a game against the defending KIJHL champs before returning home Saturday for a date against Columbia Valley Rockies.Next up for Castlegar is a game Friday against Eddie Mountain Fernie Ghostriders in the East Kootenay City. The Nelson Leafs perhaps suffered its worst defeat in franchise history as rival Castlegar Rebels put a 9-0 beat-down on the Green and White in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Wednesday night in the Sunflower City.Mike Bhatoa scored four times and had six points while Tayden Woods scored the hat-trick and finished with five to lead the pasting of the Leafs, losers of two straight and nine of the last 12 games.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Leave a CommentWhat would a ballgame be without a hot dog and a cold brew? During the 2019 baseball season the Cleveland Indians Triple A affiliate, the Columbus Clippers, will be introducing Ohio’s Farm Team, honoring Ohio Farm Bureau members who produce those items that make a day at the ballpark, well, a day at the ballpark.“We are proud to be partnering with the Ohio Farm Bureau as they celebrate their 100th anniversary,” said Ken Schnacke, president and general manager of the Columbus Clippers. “Without farming, this country would not be what it is today, and farmers play an instrumental part in our everyday lives by the products they grow and raise. Farmers in America are truly some of the real all-stars in our communities.”Nine Farm Bureau members from all over Ohio and from all aspects of agriculture will represent the industry at Clippers’ Family Days at Sunday home games throughout the season. At each game, the farm family will be introduced and a farmer will throw out the first pitch.Fans attending the games will also learn important facts about Ohio agriculture and how farmers grow a wholesome and safe food supply for the world, including hot dogs, Cracker Jack, nachos, ice cream and Cover Crop beer, which is being offered all season long at Huntington Park.“Any time we can show just how intertwined farming is with every aspect of our lives, whether it be at the dinner table or at the ballpark, we welcome that opportunity,” said Adam Sharp, executive vice president of Ohio Farm Bureau. “Using this platform will reach consumers with a positive message about agriculture in a way we have never had before.”The Clippers are offering a discount coupon for Ohio Farm Bureau members for every Sunday Family Day at Huntington Park. The coupon can be printed, or shown on a phone. Load up the car and join Farm Bureau in cheering on the Clippers and Ohio’s 2019 Farm Team.Clippers’ Sunday Family Day scheduleMay 26June 9June 23July 7July 14July 28Aug. 11Aug. 25Special pricing2 adults, and 4 kids (14 and under) for $12CouponShare the experienceUse the hashtags #ohiofarmteam19 and #clipshow to share your experience on social media. Leave a Comment
UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Makabayan bloc: Duterte suspension order on rice importation only a ‘media stunt’ PLAY LIST 02:46Makabayan bloc: Duterte suspension order on rice importation only a ‘media stunt’00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games It was already Belga’s sixth flagrant foul and seventh technical foul for this season.The Sorsogon native will serve his suspension on the Elasto Painters’ game against TNT on Sunday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netRain or Shine center Beau Belga has been slapped a P17,500 fine and a one-game suspension following his ejection on Sunday.Already charged with a technical foul early in the game, the burly big man was whistled with a flagrant foul penalty one after a skirmish with Kia center Jason Ballesteros midway through the third quarter which led to his ouster.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Read Next WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding LATEST STORIES NCAA: Perpetual Help extends Arellano’s slide Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses MOST READ
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say INSIDER: Alba furious with Barcelona over Rabiot offerby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona fullback Jordi Alba is upset over the way he’s been treated by management.Alba has made it no secret over his frustration regarding a lack of progress in new contract talks – and adding to his anger is Barca’s move for PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot.Okdiario’s chief pundit Eduardo Inda told El Chiringuito, “Jordi Alba is having a terrible time because they are going to sign Rabiot, a huge player who is liked by Real Madrid. “He sees that he is going to be paid €10m a year. He has been asking for a renewal for a long time and his anger is bursting.”
Inter Milan coach Spalletti happy with Coppa win over Beneventoby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveInter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti was pleased with their Coppa Italia triumph over Benevento.Inter won the round of 16 clash 6-2.”I told (Benevento Coach Cristian) Bucchi after the final whistle that he ought to be proud of that performance,” Spalletti said on Inter TV.“When we went 4-0 up, there was the risk they would stop playing and our attitude was one of assuming it was over, but they constantly pushed forward to harass us off the ball. It was a real game and a difficult one.“I compliment my team, because they proved themselves very professional in their approach during the week building up to it. There is the risk of getting distracted and embarrassed, the way we were last year, so this result is a step forward.“I was impressed with the players who haven’t been on the field as much this season, such as Andrea Ranocchia, Daniele Padelli, Antonio Candreva and Roberto Gagliardini.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Michigan Football: Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh Had “Hail To The Victors” Played As He Walked To Field At Satellite Camp In Alabama
Jim Harbaugh Hail To The VictorsHow many times has Michigan’s “Hail To The Victors” fight song been played in the state of Alabama? At lease once. The Wolverines’ football program is currently having a satellite camp in Prattville, Ala. When Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh walked to the field this morning, he had his school’s fight song played. When was the last time Hail to the Victors played in Alabama? Harbaugh walks to field for satellite camp to the fight song— James Crepea (@JamesCrepea) June 5, 2015Just a few players here for Michigan satellite camp in Prattville pic.twitter.com/i7i4HFtuzK— James Crepea (@JamesCrepea) June 5, 2015Greetings from Prattville where Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan staff are holding their second satellite camp. pic.twitter.com/4kaAbKTbtK— James Crepea (@JamesCrepea) June 5, 2015That’s a bold move, Jim.