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Renovation of southeast Queensland home sure to impress

first_img14 Chesterfield St, Wavell Heights.Lachlan and Rika Nally are moving to Perth and have made the decision to sell their Wavell Heights home.They have lived at 14 Chesterfield St since July last year.Mr Nally said he loved the location and the Queenslander-style home.“It just has a lot of character,” he said. 14 Chesterfield St, Wavell Heights.Mr Nally said they had done a lot of renovations to the property including gutting the internal walls.“We added walls, re-did the bathrooms, polished the external decking, polished the internal floor board, and added a second toilet.“We did quite a lot of work to this home,” he said.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 14 Chesterfield St, Wavell Heights.Mr Nally said he hoped another young couple would buy their property. The lowset home is on a 653 sq m block and a stone’s throw away from local schools, and a 10-minute drive to Chermside’s Westfield Shopping Centre.The property, which is also close to the city, is around the corner from public transport.It is also near sporting facilities, and local parks including Kedron Brook.center_img 14 Chesterfield St, Wavell Heights.Mr Nally said his favourite part of the home was the backyard, which also has built-in vegetable gardens.“I love mowing and I love the outdoors,” he said.The property is fully fenced and has a water tanks.Internally there’s Crimsafe security screens in dedicated rooms.French doors lead out to the undercover decked alfresco area, and timber ceiling fans feature throughout.Harcourts Pinnacle – Aspley selling agent Scott Bertie said the property was “impeccably renovated”.last_img read more

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18 KILLYBEGS BOATS BANNED FROM HERRING FISHERY BY MINISTER – MOONEY

first_imgSenator Paschal Mooney has called on the Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney TD to allow the fishing fleet out of Killybegs to fish for herring in the Celtic Sea.The Leitrim Senator questioned Minister Coveney at a meeting of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture and Fisheries today (Thursday, 19 July) about why his new policy excluded 18 out of 22 pelagic fishing boats in Donegal from the largest herring pelagic fishery in the Celtic Sea.Senator Mooney explained: “As a result of new criteria set down by Minister Coveney for herring fishing opportunities in the Celtic Sea, the Donegal fishing fleet has been denied access. “The criteria are based on providing access to those with a recent track record in herring fishing.  The quota wasn’t fished in ‘track record’ period by vessels the affected as the quota was too low.“This has had a serious impact on the local economy. As a result of the fleet being denied access to the Celtic Sea herring stock, 200 to 300 workers employed in fish processing facilities in South West Donegal will lose several weeks work as no herring is being processed.” 18 KILLYBEGS BOATS BANNED FROM HERRING FISHERY BY MINISTER – MOONEY was last modified: July 20th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:18 KILLYBEGS BOATS BANNED FROM HERRING FISHERY BY MINISTER – MOONEYlast_img read more

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