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September 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img ALEX JORDAN — MCGRATH PADDINGTON — 30 Ruskin St Taringa “The kitchen is where most families gravitate to. And when it comes to selling, it is often the most important room in the house for buyers. It is important to have an impressive kitchen if you can but in terms of investment, the focus should be on the facades, the gardens, the first impression, internal painting and property styling. Those are the elements to focus on if you don’t have the budget for an expensive kitchen renovation. You will want to cook for friends at 30 Ruskin St at Taringa JASON ADCOCK — ADCOCK PRESTIGE — 36 Morley St Chelmer “It is the hub of the house and in most homes these days, the kitchen is an integral part of the whole open-plan family room setting. There is a big push to have everything from stone or marble benchtops to top-of-the-line appliances, butlers pantries. The days of the kitchen being closed off a long gone. When it comes to selling, I tell sellers that cleaniless is everything. Get in some qualified cleaners, paint. Put your money into new carpet and making the gardens look spectacular, and don’t forget styling”. Stylish and functional, the kitchen at 36 Morley St, Chelmer, is the hub of the home LEIGH KORTLANG — RAY WHITE ASCOT — 36 Mein St, Hendra Kitchens are generally open-plan, light and bright and nowadays everyone focuses on the kitchen. They combine it with outdoor areas, it is often overlooking the pool or garden. These days they are often the most fun room in the house. If a seller had a budget to renovate, my advice would be to do the benchtops because that can give the space a big lift. 36 Mein st hendracenter_img 30 Ruskin St, Taringa is a real entertainers homeWhat room will sell a house and why? Three out of three Brisbane agents said the kitchen was the biggest selling point, but a full renovation was not always needed to secure a buyer. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoThe kitchen at 30 Ruskin St, Taringa, has been described as the ultimate “social kitchen”last_img read more

August 31, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img[tps_header][/tps_header]Related The Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) has denied widespread reports that Civil Defenders Basketball Club of Abuja were expelled from the FIBA Africa zone 3 club championship elimination currently taking place in Lagos.Speaking earlier on Thursday at a press conference, the basketball body’s Vice President, Babatunde Ogunade stated that the Abuja-based club left without consulting the organisers.In his words, Ogunade said: “The board had to bend backwards to accommodate Civil Defence. As you were aware, they were in the hotel for 4 days, slept and fed before they packed their baggage and left without recourse to the board or the organisers.”Speaking further, Ogunade described the situation as a little chink in the armour of the event due to the fact that it has affected the fixtures and numbers of games participating clubs have to play.For him, the case is not difficult at all since the person that led the club’s delegation to the tournament is an NBBF board member (Commandant Titus Ayodele).Ogunade further said: “They own their team and it’s not the job of NBBF to clear players for FIBA competitions. As Civil Defence, they run a basketball outfit.We have already sent them the guidelines one clear month before we even sent to Kano Pillars and Gombe Bulls.” he further added.The LOC chairman also added that: ” Before we could reach them, they were already in Okene in Kogi state and there was nothing the federation could do because that was when I was away to receive the cheque from the Honourable Minister for the victorious D’Tigress team.”In the same vein, FIBA Zone 3 president and FIBA Africa central board member, Col. Samuel Ahmedu (rtd), has expressed delight at how the tournament has panned out. He added that the facility and organisation he has witnessed has been the best ever since assuming office as the president of the zone.In his words, Ahmedu said: “Facility wise, this is one of the best facilities that have been used for club championships since I became the president of the zone. Burkina Faso hosted in 2014, Benin hosted in 2015 and Togo hosted in 2016, the standard here is very high.“All of you have watched the games, there has been no blow-out except maybe in one or two games. All the games have been close. “Organization wise, it has been very good.”He further revealed that the tournament will go on despite the fact that Civil Defenders’ withdrawal threatened to dampen the enthusiasm of organisers. He said: “This is life and they are in charge of their own team and they chose not to play and they left. It does not affect those who will qualify.”“They have lost the opportunity to learn and become better and they have exposed themselves to sanctions by FIBA and it’s nobody’s fault.” he concluded.The tournament will go on with more matches expected on Friday.last_img read more