Mr Walker said Brisbane had experienced “unprecedented growth” with more than $25 billion in major infrastructure investment underway and a 2 per cent population increase — the largest rise in five years. The open plan living kitchen and dining zones at the Indooroopilly development. OPEN HOME: Place Projects and Village Building are in the middle of an Australian first as they host the country’s first 48-hour open home at Westside Indooroopilly.Indooroopilly is forecasted to be one of Brisbane’s next boom suburbs, according to Place Advisory director Lachlan Walker.The news came off the back of the announcement the company would host the country’s first 48-hour open home at development Westside Indooroopilly. An outdoor space at Westside Indooroopilly.One such development will embark on an Australian first, as Place Projects and Village Building host the country’s first 48-hour open home at Westside Indooroopilly. The event starts today, November 29 at 4.30pm and will finish on December 1, at 4.30pm.Prospective buyers will be treated to guided tours of the development; free coffee from Turf Espresso; prizes and special offers and Fitness First workouts. ‘Hansel and Gretel’ house up for grabs MORE: Brisbane suburbs to watch in 2019 Amazing reno: from hovel to hip Westside Indooroopilly, 125 Station Rd, Indooroopilly, has five new apartments left for sale, with prices from $399,000.He said the historical Brisbane blue chip suburb of Indooroopilly was primed for growth.“With a current median price of $470,000 for apartments compared to a housing market of $783,000 suggests there is substantial room to see capital growth in the area,” he said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< RELATED: “With all lead indicators suggesting Brisbane is on a growth path, Indooroopilly is a suburb set to boom, benefiting from its low vacancy rate (only 2.8 per cent) and affordability.“We have seen a defined movement of population to Queensland the past 12 months, the highest it has been for close to 10 years,” he said. “Unlike many inner City suburbs, Indooroopilly last saw less than 350 apartments delivered to the local area in the past 5 years, meaning supply is tight.” Westside Indooroopilly, 125 Station Rd, Indooroopilly, has five new apartments left for sale, with prices from $399,000.
Pep Guardiola’s team, with defender Aymeric Laporte back in the side, looked as though they might rue Gabriel Jesus’s squandered first-half penalty but their Argentine hitman came to the rescue.Despite the win, City remain 13 points behind runaway leaders Liverpool, having played two games more and their bid to defend their title appears hopeless. Loading… Sergio Aguero fired Manchester City to a 1-0 victory against Sheffield United on Tuesday as Southampton climbed into the top half of the Premier League table with a win at Crystal Palace.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?10 Legendary Historical Movies You Should SeeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Aymeric Laporte was back in Manchester City’s team against Sheffield United after a long injuryAnother victory for Southampton lifted Ralph Hassenhuttl’s side to ninth in the table while Nigel Pearson saw his in-form Watford fall to a late Aston Villa goal in a 2-1 defeat.Elsewhere, Moise Kean scored his first goal for Everton in their 2-2 draw against Newcastle while Bournemouth beat Brighton to give themselves fresh hope of survival.Manchester City’s French central defender Laporte has been out of action since suffering a knee injury at the end of August and he was a surprise inclusion at Bramall Lane.– Jesus penalty woe –Sheffield United goalkeeper Dean Henderson denied Jesus from the penalty spot about 10 minutes from half-time after John Egan brought down Riyad Mahrez.The Brazilian has now failed to score three of his five Premier League penalties.But City made amends when substitute Sergio Aguero, just on for Jesus, tapped in from Kevin De Bruyne’s cross in the 73rd minute.Southampton’s 2-0 victory against Crystal Palace continued a remarkable turnaround for the club, who hit rock bottom earlier this season in a 9-0 defeat by Leicester.Nathan Redmond controlled Jack Stephens’ ball forward, turned away from Martin Kelly and rifled into the top corner from 20 yards midway through the first half.Southampton went 2-0 up three minutes into the second half thanks to a fine Stuart Armstrong goal from distance.Watford took the lead against Villa when Troy Deeney headed in Gerard Deulofeu’s cross seven minutes before the break but the home side hit back in the second half through Douglas Luiz.Tyrone Mings scored a dramatic late winner for Villa deep into stoppage time.Kean scored his first goal for Everton since his arrival from Juventus in the 30th minute of their match against Newcastle.Dominic Calvert-Lewin doubled the lead in the second half but Newcastle staged a remarkable comeback, with Florian Lejeune grabbing two stoppage-time goals.Aguero fires Man City to win as Southampton climb table https://t.co/OSYApzeYeA pic.twitter.com/wXnh7CHqEV— CLEANSHEET (@Cleansheet) January 21, 2020Read Also: PSG ‘ready to make Pep Guardiola massive offer to leave Man City’Bournemouth, who had lost their past four matches, all against relegation rivals, beat Brighton 3-1 thanks to goals from Harry Wilson, an own goal from Pascal Gross and a second-half Callum Wilson effort.Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are in action on Wednesday at Wolves while Manchester United take on Burnley without Marcus Rashford, who could be out for three months with a back injury.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Indianapolis, In. — Republican state senator from Oldenburg Jean Leising recently met with a group of fourth-graders from Batesville Intermediate School at the Statehouse. The students learned about Indiana government and how a bill becomes a law.
Published on April 8, 2015 at 12:42 am Contact Chris: [email protected] | @ChrisLibonati With less than a minute left in the first half, Syracuse attack Halle Majorana was knocked down on the doorstep of a goal, on the right side of the crease. The push fit right in what was already an aggressive game.Except there was no call. Notre Dame rushed the length of the field and SU defender Mallory Vehar returned the favor, knocking down Fighting Irish midfielder Caitlin Gargan. Instead of taking a free-position shot, Gargan passed the ball. As her teammates counted down the seconds left in the half, UND attack Rachel Sexton got a shot past SU goalie Kelsey Richardson to beat the first-half buzzer. “One-goal games, there’s a lot of goals you think about after,” Vehar said. “I think that goal, she shot it last couple seconds, no one was really expecting it to go in.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe goal was partly a result of Notre Dame’s aggressive play. No. 6 SU (9-5, 2-3 Atlantic Coast) lost to the No. 13 Fighting Irish (8-5, 3-3), 12-11, in overtime on Tuesday in the Carrier Dome. The Fighting Irish outfouled the Orange 41-28 and pressured SU into its worst clearing performance since Feb. 25 against Connecticut. The Fighting Irish’s aggressive game plan — UND pushed the ball in transition and forced SU into mistakes on clears — bled into its play and snapped SU’s rhythm. “We pushed the fast break, that was part of our game plan against Syracuse. This time out was to get them in unsettled situations,” Notre Dame head coach Christine Halfpenny said, “because once they got settled in that high pressure, I thought they did a really good job.”On both of UND’s first two goals, the Fighting Irish pushed the ball from end to end, burning the SU defense in transition. In just over six minutes, Notre Dame took a two-goal lead. It was aggressive on both ends. Less than 10 minutes into the game Vehar was issued a yellow card because she swung her stick at UND midfielder Molly Cobb. In 66 minutes of game time, the teams combined for a total of 69 fouls.Notre Dame tried pushing SU’s tempo on clears. SU brought Richardson out of the net, reaching the opposite 45-yard line and even into the Fighting Irish’s restraining box at one point. “I think they kind of shredded it in the beginning,” Halfpenny said, “and when we started pushing some pressure to their goalkeeper, that started to put a little bit of a kink in the system.”The adjustment forced SU to clear the ball without Richardson coming out of the net as much. SU head coach Gary Gait said the Orange made mistakes by overthrowing the ball. To start the second overtime period, Richardson launched a clear into the SU bench, sending the Notre Dame bench into a frenzy. “We’d be running upfield and they’d be running toward us, they’d get in good position and they’re very good stick checkers and they made some very good checks,” Gait said. “They were all over us and we were caught off guard, not protecting our stick a lot.” The goal at the end of the first half, sparked by Notre Dame pushing the tempo, was unexpected, Vehar said. Gait moved onto the field to talk to the referees, motioning at the scoreboard. On the other side of the field: pure jubilation. Halfpenny turned to her players, mouth gaping, screaming and clapping. Some of her players had already spilled onto the playing field. Before Vehar talked about whether the first-half goal was deflating or if the Orange would like to have the play back, SU attack Taylor Gait answered the question with a whisper to Majorana. “Every goal.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+