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The architect, Mervyn Rylance, is reported to have personally applied the faux stone finish to the fireplace.The upper floor houses the bedrooms with the lower level providing for living, family, dining, kitchen and meals spaces.The home is set on 3623sq m of land in a prized inner-west suburb. Oogarding is one of Brisbane’s most significant heritage homes.When it comes to architectural heritage in suburban Brisbane, most property tragics would know Oogarding.Located at 100 Simpsons Road, Bardon, Oogarding is a four-bedroom, two-storey, circa 1941 masterpiece designed by renowned Brisbane architect Mervyn Rylance whose been recognised for his Mediterranean Revival designs. From front to back the home reeks of history.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoThe plinth entry, Juliete balcony and archways define the facade.The home’s 292sq m of floor area includes features such as polished timber floors, Silky Oak joinery and mouldings, three-metre ceilings and columned fireplace. Silky Oak joinery and three-metre ceiling help establish its grand feel.The home’s history dates back to when Gerb and Edith Joyce commissioned builder Jan Cupka to build the home for £2842 in 1940.The Joyces named the home Oogarding after the indigenous name for the Helidon Spa which was the source of the couples wealth.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair
Shell approves LNG Canada investmentThe Hague-based LNG giant Shell has taken a final investment decision on LNG Canada, a major liquefied natural gas export project in Kitimat, British Columbia.Russian LNG player Novatek ties up with Germany’s SiemensRussia’s largest independent natural gas producer and LNG operator, Novatek has signed a partnership and cooperation deal with German engineering giant Siemens.Fluor to book $8.4 billion following LNG Canada FIDUS engineering giant Fluor is to book $8.4 billion from its share in the LNG Canada contract following the positive final investment decision announced by the Shell-led project on Tuesday.Egypt stops importing LNGEgypt’s imports of liquefied natural gas are coming to close following the delivery of final cargoes during the past week.Gazprom, Shell ink Baltic LNG pre-FEED agreementRussian giant Gazprom signed a framework agreement with its partner Shell on the joint design concept for the Baltic LNG project. Image courtesy of LNG Canada LNG World News Staff
Sergio Aguero, David Silva and Samir Nasri were sent home ill as Manchester City suffered a minor fitness scare ahead of the new Barclays Premier League season. But the problems are not thought to be serious and all three are expected to return to training ahead of next Monday’s Barclays Premier League opener at West Brom. Aguero sent a video message to the supporters at Wednesday’s event saying: “Sorry I can’t be there, I don’t feel well. I will be back soon.” Aguero, City’s top scorer last season with 32 goals from 41 appearances, might not be a definite starter at The Hawthorns anyway after returning late to training following his involvement in the Copa America. Manager Manuel Pellegrini last year eased the 27-year-old back into action after his World Cup exploits with Argentina. He started the first two league games on the bench and Pellegrini could adopt a similarly cautious approach this term with his prize asset, who has a history of muscle injury problems. New midfield signing Fabian Delph is doubtful for the opener after suffering a hamstring injury just 18 minutes into his debut in the pre-season friendly against Real Madrid in Melbourne a fortnight ago. Delph, who initially rejected a move to City before signing in an £8million deal, gave an upbeat update on his condition at City Live. The 25-year-old said: “Not the best debut but things can only get better from there. I’m feeling great now. The recovery is going well. We’ve got a great medical team here and I’m flying at the minute, so I am looking forward to coming back.” Captain Vincent Kompany also delivered an optimistic message to an audience of around 3,000 fans at the Manchester Central exhibition centre. City are hoping to reclaim the title after surrendering the crown to Chelsea last term. Kompany said: “The squad has been working really hard and you can tell we have improved. In training the level has increased. There have been a lot of hard sessions. We are going to go to the wire and be ready for the new season. It has to be a good one for us. “This club has to grow always. The future has to be bright. With this team we will keep improving and this club will keep growing, and we will be on top.” The trio complained of stomach bugs during training on Wednesday and were told to go home by a club doctor. That meant they were also unable to attend the club’s ‘City Live’ season launch party, where Aguero was due to pick up the 2014-15 player of the year award, in central Manchester in the evening. Press Association
Ranchi: Six women footballers from here will board a flight to Lyon, France on June 28 to participate in streetfootballworld Festival19, a highlight of the FIFA Women’s World Cup this year. The team from Yuwa has been invited as one of 40 other delegations from across the world representing leading ‘Development through Football’ organizations. The festival will run from June 29 to July 8. IANS Also Read: Dani Alves To Leave Paris Saint German Football Club After 2 seasons
Laura Faer, regional director of the San Francisco Office for Civil Rights, gave a presentation about how the OCR has been finding facts relevant to its investigation of USC. (Gabi Thur De Koos | Daily Trojan)The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights visited USC Wednesday to discuss the University’s response to complaints about former health center gynecologist George Tyndall. Following a one-hour community meeting, OCR reserved two hours for private discussions with students regarding the sexual assault allegations. Over 300 women have come forward with sexual assault allegations against Tyndall during his tenure at USC, since revelations of his alleged misconduct were first made public in May. Tyndall was a gynecologist at USC for nearly 30 years.The OCR is investigating USC’s compliance with Title IX, which prohibits educational institutions from discriminating on the basis of sex, including sexual harassment. Laura Faer, the regional director of the OCR office in San Francisco, started the meeting by speaking about OCR’s role in the investigative process. The investigation began on May 24, and concerns whether USC failed to respond promptly and equitably to notice of the harassment, and if they allowed any student to be subjected to a sexually hostile environment after being notified of the harassment.“We do not represent the complainant, and we do not represent the institutions who have alleged to have been engaging in discrimination,” Faer said. “During the investigation, as I discussed before, OCR is a neutral fact-finder.”Following Faer’s short presentation, three people testified publicly to nearly 30 people and the media. Mark Malan, a member of the staff assembly and an accountant in the Provost’s office, spoke on his experience with the “culture of silence” at USC. “I’m here to admit my guilt for not speaking out publicly on matters like this,” Malan said. “As staff at USC, we all know someone who knows something, who should step forward and speak, but we also know that they don’t. Because anyone who does, gets fired.” Malan argued that the University should abolish the arbitration agreement it forces employees to sign, which prevents staff members from suing USC. Malan said he believes USC equates legal actions with ethical behavior, which allows the University to discriminate systemically. “So I hope that part of OCR’s recommendation, to free the staff from the bonds that we are in, will be that the University needs to eliminate the arbitration agreement immediately,” Malan said. “Because otherwise, all of this is just going to happen again.” Dana Loewy spoke about her experience with Tyndall in the early 90s. She thanked OCR for conducting the investigation, and said she hoped there was more time being dedicated to this investigation than just the three-hour period reserved. “This is nothing short of scandalous,” Loewy said. “USC is guilty of maintaining a culture of silence and secrecy.” Loewy believes Provost Michael Quick and president emeritus C. L. Max Nikias should both step down from the University. Alumna Annette Richardson said that when she entered the University in the Fall of 2000, she needed a referral from Tyndall for an off-campus gynecologist. She called the encounter “the most uncomfortable exam” she had ever had. “At the time I was young, I didn’t know what else to do other than just go along with the visit,” Richardson said. “It felt like I was being molested by an unwanted sexual predator.” Richardson said she was extremely uncomfortable, in pain, and felt humiliated during the exam. After the appointment, she told the nurse what had happened. “She said, ‘That’s just how Dr. Tyndall is,’” Richardson said. “I’ve met women that have had horrible things happen since my visit, and it could have been prevented.”Following the testimony, the OCR began its two-hour session of 15-minute meetings with those who had signed up to speak to them. The investigation is ongoing. “The reason that I’m here is I want to stand up for anyone that has been abused through this system,” Richardson said. “We need to make changes so this doesn’t happen to anyone in the future.”
Reds survive nervy finish at Anfield as Gerrard and Sturridge keep title dream aliveAdam Johnson’s free-kick skipped across the face of the Liverpool goal, picking out defender John O’Shea. In 2007, he had scored the winner for Manchester United in injury time here, four minutes after Paul Scholes was sent off.It was not to be. O’Shea could only manage the faintest glance, and Liverpool breathed again. Their status as title contenders remained intact. The fans could continue singing about winning the league, without fear of mockery or contradiction. Sunderland still haven’t won since going out of the FA Cup.So it was close; but not that close. They haven’t had too many around these parts of late, but this is what a title race is like. Hard graft, thrills, spills, the occasional bellyache. Liverpool need to raise their game for the visits of Manchester City and Chelsea next month, but just imagine how many nights like this Manchester United went through chasing down the record number of titles won. Hundreds. Hundreds of occasions when a team fighting for its life at the foot of the table, proved unexpectedly defiant.
When asked to comment on the upcoming matches of playoffs for the European Championships 2016 between the national football teams of B&H and Ireland, for which his former teammate from Manchester United John O’Shea plays, Rio Ferdinand dedicated special attention to Edin Džeko and Miralem Pjanić.“I think Džeko is a good player. I played against him several times. I am surprised that Manchester City let him go. He is someone who strikes all the time; we have seen that in the Champions League for Roma. He is a world-class player. I also played against him when he was in Wolfsburg, he is physically very strong and often defeats his guards. He is big and strong, aggressive, and he knows how to score,” said Ferdinand, explaining how Ireland should play against the BH national team.“The best thing that Ireland can do is to not allow the ball to reach Džeko at all. Pjanić is probably the best player of B&H and, if he gets enough balls, he can be very dangerous. John O’Shea and the company know they have to play tightly and firmly,” Ferdinand said.O’Shea will not play in the first match due to suspension, and he is currently recovering from tendon injury and it is doubtful whether he will be ready for the rematch in Dublin.(Source: klix.ba)
Other schools can send their senior pictures to email@example.com.Follow us on Twitter. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Caldwell High School will be graduating 23 Class of 2014 seniors at a Commencement Ceremonies Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Carli Ward, Rachel Arnold and Grace Lebeda have been named the Valedictorians. Alexis Rice will be a Salutatorian.Members of the graduating class are as follows: Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (3) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +5 Vote up Vote down crusader pride · 326 weeks ago Congrats to the Caldwell Class of 2014..best to all of you. .Tracy thanks for posting. Report Reply 0 replies · active 326 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down James · 325 weeks ago So proud of this class! Report Reply 0 replies · active 325 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Tom Countryman · 325 weeks ago Congratulations to the CHS class of 2014! Thank you for posting this, Tracy! Report Reply 0 replies · active 325 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
:09—If you have any doubt about how good “Overtime” really is just ask my man Joe Hall. He’s reading every week, and now he’s in “The Locker Room. Now run tell that!:08—The last minute of the Pitt Cincinnati game might be the worst time management ever seen on a football field. With possession of the ball and no timeouts and a chance to tie the game and go into overtime Pitt never spiked the ball to stop the clock, ran the ball twice and threw twice…all inbounds…c’mon man!!!:07—Speaking of football coaches…actually I wasn’t but you Langley Grads don’t know that. After all your school didn’t win a football game all season…huh? Anyway back to the coach, Coach George Webb that is, The Legendary Headmaster of recent Westinghouse Bulldog Fame. His legacy has been further imbedded in Pittsburgh folklore with the coming of the George A Webb, Sr. Learning Institute and Museum coming soon to a Homewood spot near you. A fine fundraiser was given by the Webb Family at where else…The Savoy.:06—Speaking of the Savoy…and I really was this time, (see you Langley people catch on quick) did you know if you get a parking ticket on Penn Avenue in and around The Savoy between 5-9 p.m. the Savoy will pay the ticket. Now that’s what I am talking about. To quote the cop in the Malcolm X Movie, “That’s too much power for one Black man to have”… C’mon Chuck!:05—Speaking of movies, this is a great time for a movie review and if there was a good movie out I’d tell you about it. Nothin but all that Halloween vampire and blood & guts stuff. You know Jason, Freddie and them. I got you next week.:04—Not that anyone is surprised but the ladies from the Courier were all no-shows at the First Friday Par-Tay. It’s amazing how much Pamela Anderson can upset some Black Women. Get over it ladies it was only a list.:03—Penguins…Crosby still not playing. That’s all I got! No matter, that’s all you got and you know it.:02—Champions Calendar, coming down the stretch:•Rev. Duane A. Darkins Senior Citizen Thanksgiving Dinner— Sat. Nov 19. If you want to sponsor a senior or help, call us 412-628-4856.•First Friday Par-Tay—Dec. 2—Special guest Cheyney University Pittsburgh Alumni Association, also Rayco “War” Saunders and the Pittsburgh United Rams Corvette Club—It’s the Xmas Par-Tay everyone wears Red!•Willie Stargell MVP Awards Banquet—Mon. December 5 LeMont Restaurant, Honoring the Great Sam Clancy, European basketball star J.R. Holden, Evan Frazier, Reggie Mitchell and others— tickets going fast, only 250 seats available. Call us at 412-628-4856.:01—Here’s the Ultimate Top (10) List…The Greatest Athletes of All Time…Any sport.1. Muhammad Ali 2. Jim Brown 3. Wilt Chamberlain 4. Michael Jordon 5. Pele 6. Jack Nicklaus 7. Tiger Woods 8. Hank Aaron 9. Babe Ruth 10. Any Olympic Decathlon ChampionThink yours is better? You know the drill, mail it to me…I said mail it! 416 Springdale Drive, Suite 33, Pgh, PA 15235.˜OVERTIME˜:00 –Get out of Penn State now!!!! More on this story next week!˜DOUBLE OVERTIME˜:00—Our prayers and condolences go out to the family of Joe Frazier who lost his battle with liver cancer. “Smokin Joe,” you were the man that brought down “The Greatest”….That makes you “The Greatest” too!~ Game Over ~ :10—Mama—There goes that man again! That man is J.T. yea that’s right J.T.’s Rib Joint in the news again. Mmmaaaannnn they were dancing in the street Sunday night at the Rib Joint. J.T. bused in a rowdy bunch of Raven believers from Baltimore and the last time I looked they were having so much fun the bus was still parked there.