Luxury golf course living has never been more achievable

first_imgFairview Residences, Robina.“The apartments offer a sound investment opportunity for investors looking for property in a popular area, with easy access to public transport, education facilities and lifestyle amenities. Fairview is also highly appealing to owner-occupiers looking to downsize or get into their first property.” Fairview Residences, Robina.Fairview is Rawcorp’s second development released at The Glades since November. Rawcorp special projects manager Dan Rogers said Robina had a strong history of investment performance and growth, and with significant development both planned and under way, along with population growth projected over the coming years, the outlook for prospective buyers was positive. Apartments start at $399,000. Fairview Residences, Robina.FAIRVIEW Residences will rise at one of Australia’s most prestigious resort golf courses, The Glades.Rawcorp’s seven-level Robina development made up of 76 apartments was revealed at the Australian Property Expo last weekend where three deposits were taken on the pre-release apartments along with more than 20 registrations of interest. center_img More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoFairview Residences, Robina.Fairview will be built on a 2865sq m site at Glades Drive, Robina and will include a mix of two and three-bedroom apartments with a roof terrace, pool and gym. It is next to the Glades Country club and Viva Cafe and Bar. Marketing Projects SEQ managing director Kyia Anderson has been appointed to market the apartments and said the level of interest reinforced the demand for high quality, competitively priced property in Robina. last_img read more

Rangers’ Mike Minor unhappy he might be moved: ‘It’s almost like I signed just so they could trade me’

first_img“That’s part of the game. That’s something that, as a player, you have to deal with every year, basically,” Woodward said (via MLB Network on SiriusXM). “As a staff member, all you can do is try to keep (the trade rumors) internal. Try to keep the noise out and say ‘Hey, when things happen, they happen. It’s out of your control. So, we might as well go out there and try to win each game and not worry about that.’ Not have that hanging over us.“But, it is there. I’m not afraid to address it. I’m not going to ignore.”Chris Woodward on @JonMorosi’s report that “Mike Minor is increasingly likely to be traded”:”We’ve got to accept that, and embrace that, and move on with our day.”https://t.co/C5ybqaXqth@Rangers | #Rangers | #TogetherWe pic.twitter.com/Sh91BKwuGY— MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM (@MLBNetworkRadio) July 17, 2019The Brewers and Phillies are both interested in Minor, according to MLB Network. MLB trade rumors: Phillies have been ‘in contact with every team that has pitching available’ MLB trade rumors: Potential sleeper moves Astros, Yankees, Phillies could make to bolster rotations Mike Minor is not happy his name has surfaced in trade rumors.The 31-year-old starter discussed a recent report that said the Rangers are “increasingly likely” to deal him before the July 31 deadline when he met with reporters Wednesday. “I feel like ever since I signed it’s been a topic,” Minor said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “It’s almost like I signed just so they could trade me.”The left-hander made his first All-Star team earlier this month and is in the middle of a career season. He holds an 8-4 record with a 2.73 ERA in 19 starts so far in 2019. Related News Minor signed a three-year, $28 million deal with Texas in December 2017. He said he also thought he might be moved after the 2018 season. The Rangers entered play Thursday five games out of the second American League wild-card spot with a 50-46 record.“We’ve been playing well all season,” Minor said. “Anytime that we lose a couple games, they’re supposedly ready to deal guys when we have 2 1/2 months left in the season.“I don’t think that it helps when I go home and I have neighbors asking me about it, too.”Rangers manager Chris Woodward said earlier this week the team has to focus on ignoring the speculation. MLB trade rumors: Dodgers could make ‘a strong play’ for Royals reliever Jake Diekmanlast_img read more

Josip Kvesić transferring to FC Antalyaspor after FC Ferencváros

first_imgAfter the rematch of the second qualifying round of the European League against FC Ferencváros, FC Željezničar will be left without one of its best players, Josip Kvesić.The left-back, who was irreplaceable in the young national team in the past and several times invited to the A team, is to continue with his career in the Turkish Premier League club FC Antalyaspor.According to the Turkish media, Josip already negotiated all the conditions of the transfer, and FC Željezničar will receive 100.000 Euros on the account of compensation.So far in his career, besides FC Željezničar Kvesić played for FC Široki Brijeg, FC Žilina and FC Varaždin.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

Reynolds says she might have news tomorrow of Iowa businesses reopening

first_imgJOHNSTON — Iowa businesses ordered by the governor to close in March may soon learn if and when they may reopen in May.  “Might have some news tomorrow, but we’re still working on that.”Governor Kim Reynolds says there are “areas of opportunity” in the state as 51 of Iowa’s 99 counties have zero to four confirmed cases of COVID-19. However, Reynolds says increased testing is needed. “We must get Iowa back to work sooner rather than later,” Reynolds says, “and the more we continue to learn about the virus in Iowa, the better we’ll be able to balance the health of our people and our economy.”The governor warns that despite whatever she may announce as soon as tomorrow, life might not return to what we considered normal. “Might be a little bit of a new normal for a while, but that’s okay,” Reynolds says. “The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us all a few things about our-self and maybe one of the greatest lessons has been a reminder of what really matters and for myself, there are a few things I can’t wait to get back to — hugging my grandchildren would be one of them and getting together with family — but there’s also a lot of things we’re going to have to do differently going forward.”Reynolds says vulnerable Iowans with underlying health conditions should continue to stay home as much as possible even if her closure orders are eased.Reynolds today announced 176 additional cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Iowa. She says 29 percent of all the Iowans who’ve tested positive so far are employed in packing plants or manufacturing. Ten percent of Iowa’s COVID cases are either staff or residents of long-term care facilities.Another 16 percent work in hospitals or other health care settings. No new cases were reported in our immediate listening area. A total of 1492 people have recovered.last_img read more