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For $2.5m you get a piece of the peninsula, a beautiful house AND 2 private beaches

first_imgThis home at 23 Welwyn Crescent, Coorparoo, has sold for $2.36 million.The five-bedroom, three-bathroom house on 812 sqm at 23 Welwyn Crescent, Coorparoo sold for $2.36 million through Place Bulimba.And in Milton, in Brisbane’s inner west, a six-bedroom character home on a huge elevated block sold for $2.17 million. The view from one of the balconies at 11 Tanby Point Close, Emu Park. Picture: realestate.com.au.The seaside address at 11 Tanby Point Close is on the peninsula at Tanby Point near the towns of Emu Park and Yeppoon, and 48kms from Rockhampton.It includes two beaches with private access and boundaries extending to high tide water mark on one side, and to a boat shed and ramp with beach access on the other. The living areas at 11 Tanby Point Close, Emu Park. Picture: realestate.com.au.The home itself was commissioned by a local family and purpose built to their specific needs.Every room offers panoramic views to the Keppel islands, north, south and over the adjacent beaches. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The property was sold through Penny Keating of Pat O’Driscoll Real Estate Rockhampton and was the top sale in Queensland in the past week according to property research firm, CoreLogic.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoThe stunning deck at 11 Tanby Point Close, Emu Park. Picture: realestate.com.au.It beat the second biggest sale of the week, which was a classic Queenslander with a tennis court on a separate title.The house on 1022 sqm at 111 Alexandra Rd, Ascot sold under the hammer for $2.4 million. This property at 11 Tanby Point Close, Emu Park, has sold for $2.5 million. Picture: realestate.com.au.A REGIONAL coastal town has beat the affluent Brisbane suburb of Ascot to take out this week’s top sale in Queensland.A three-bedroom, three-bathroom property with killer views on more than 10,000 sqm of absolute beachfront land on the Capricorn Coast has sold for $2.5 million. This home at 28 Nairn St, Milton, has sold for $2.17 million. This home at 111 Alexandra Rd, Ascot, has sold for $2.4 million.The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home was marketed by Ray White Ascot.Another Queenslander also fetched a high price at auction. Full moon woos property romantics Brisbane units to rebound mid-2018 Designer’s labour of love on market Inside 23 Welwyn Crescent, Coorparoo.The property known as ‘Kildare’ at 28 Nairn Street was built in 1910 and enjoys views of Suncorp Stadium and the city skyline.It has undergone a complete renovation and sits on an 834 sqm block.The property was sold by Tim Douglas of Place West.last_img read more

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Officials release ‘Naloxone Heat Map’

first_imgIndianapolis, In. — The Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse recently launched an interactive online Naloxone Administration Heat Map, providing insight into the location of incidents where naloxone was administered and reported by emergency medical services (EMS) providers throughout the state.Also known by the brand name Narcan, naloxone blocks the dangerous effects caused by an opioid overdose and can save the life of the patient. After naloxone is administered, Indiana EMS providers report to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) the locations of incidents when an overdose situation is presumed.This map provides important data to help guide Indiana’s ongoing efforts to fight the drug epidemic.Developed through a partnership between the Indiana Management Performance Hub and IDHS, the Naloxone Administration Heat Map displays naloxone administrations reported by EMS since Jan. 1, 2014.Extreme care was taken to protect privacy with the placement of points on the map. In densely populated areas, locations where the naloxone administration occurred are represented within 100 meters of the point on the map. In moderately populated areas, they are within 300 meters, and in rural areas, they are within 500 meters.To view the map, click here.last_img read more

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Daniels: UW may be better off without Taylor

first_imgAfter the public unveiling of the Wisconsin men’s 2012-13 basketball team Sunday during the annual Red/White Scrimmage, Badger basketball fans may have less to worry about this season than they originally thought.Call me crazy, but maybe expectations should even be raised.With the losses of Jordan Taylor, who graduated last spring, junior guard Josh Gasser to a season-ending torn ACL and senior forward Mike Bruesewitz for four-to-six weeks with a leg laceration, it would have been understandable to expect this season to be a down year. The preseason AP ranking of No. 23 might just have been a bit too lofty an expectation for a ragged Badger team.But if you thought that, as many people have in the past, then you obviously must be unfamiliar with head coach Bo Ryan.In his 11 years at the helm of Wisconsin, Ryan has never failed to make the NCAA tournament – giving the Badgers the seventh-longest appearance streak in NCAA history – sometimes with the most mediocre of teams garnering the most impressive results.Ryan has become famous for his plug-and-chug basketball program and has continued to replace last year’s stars with new ones year in and year out.If Sunday’s scrimmage is any indication, Ryan seems to have proven that he can do it once more, despite this year’s needs being greater than in years past.Generally not an important part of the UW preseason, all eyes were glued to the key matchup between redshirt freshman George Marshall and sophomore Traevon Jackson as they battled for the vacant point guard position.The two young guards didn’t disappoint either, as Jackson finished with 16 points and Marshall finished with 14. In Taylor-esque fashion, Jackson did not turn the ball over, and Marshall only turned it over twice.Now, before I continue, I am by no means arguing their statistics in the Red/White Scrimmage indicate they will put out those kinds of numbers all season. But it does indicate both players are familiar with and capable of executing in Ryan’s system when called upon to do so. While Taylor may have been one of the best players to ever grace the Kohl Center hardwood, it could be argued that the Jordan Taylor of 2011-12 was too talented to play on Ryan’s team last year.Just look at the season-ending play against Syracuse in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA tournament.With the final few seconds on the clock winding down and the Badgers down by one to the Orange, Taylor passed the ball to then senior forward Rob Wilson, who immediately passed it straight back to Taylor. With time about to expire, Taylor heaved up a Hail Mary effort that didn’t even manage to touch the rim, leaving Gasser, who recovered the miss, too little time to toss up for one more good attempt.Unfortunately, this was the theme last season, not the exception, as teams knew exactly whom to watch for when the Badgers were in trouble in the waning seconds of a close game.Perhaps even more importantly, even though Taylor had proven himself to be a clutch shooter in his first three seasons and periodically throughout his senior campaign with Wisconsin, he was not the most efficient shooter on the team in 2011-12 by any means.On the season, Taylor had the second-worst field goal percentage among the starting five, shooting just more than a .400 clip. When you isolate his three-point shooting, Taylor’s percentage (.369) ranked third-worst in the starting lineup.Some of the Badgers’ most impressive, balanced scoring runs occurred in the rare moments when Taylor was taking a breather on the bench.And yet, time and again Taylor was the go-to player for a last-second three-point heave.Without Taylor around to toss up the last-second shot this year, things are already guaranteed to be different.I am not arguing that Taylor’s presence on the team won’t be missed. It will. He had the best assist-to-turnover ratio in NCAA history (3.01), an essential attribute for any point guard in Ryan’s system.But as far as scoring is concerned, without one clear star player on the team, the role players who might have settled for a pass to Taylor at the top of the key last year will now be forced to create their own plays this year.At first that might be a bit worrisome, but the vast majority of players that make it onto Ryan’s squad are fundamentally sound and perfectly capable of making that big shot themselves.With a fully stocked senior frontcourt in Jared Berggren, Ryan Evans and Bruesewitz, there will not be immediate pressure on the young point guards to become Wisconsin’s main scoring threats from the first tip, either.So when the first close game of the year comes around and the Badgers are forced to heave up one last buzzer-beating shot at the end of a game, fans might not know who will take the all-important shot. But then again, neither will the Badgers’ opponents.Nick Daniels is a junior studying journalism and political science. Who do you think should take a game-winning shot for the Badgers? Let him know via email [email protected] or on Twitter @npdaniels31.last_img read more

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