A pair of prime Tugun infill sites are up for grabs

first_img5 Boyd St, Tugun.A CALL to developers has been made after two infill sites in Tugun hit the market. Global property developer Pacific International has changed its plans to build 38 luxury beach houses in Tugun, giving other developers the chance to develop the land. One of the sites, located at Admiral Cres, includes a 14,840sq m parcel surrounded by established homes and townhouses.According to Pacific International, the site has an approved development application for 38 beach houses. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe second site at 5 Boyd St is a 2.616ha parcel with planning approval for a 560sq m home. Pacific International has engaged Ray White Commercial Gold Coast South’s Brad Duncalfe and commercial divestment specialist Corpacquire to market the two properties. “Lot 906 at Admiral Cres is an excellent site for a busy townhouse development or aged care facility, given its proximity to John Flynn hospital,” Mr Duncalfe said. “It’s the last large site available in the immediate area and is enhanced by incredible ocean views, easy access to the M1 and proximity to the beach and local amenities.” He said Lot 5 at Boyd St offered a private residence.“As one of only two properties on that side of the highway, it presents the ultimate exclusive home site with some of the Gold Coast’s best views and a private driveway.”last_img read more

Big crash in torrential rain during World Endurance Championship race

first_img Associated Press Television News Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 16th August, 2020 19:26 IST COMMENT LIVE TVcenter_img Frenchman Thomas Laurent walked away unhurt from what appeared to be a serious crash on Saturday in the Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, the sixth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.The 22 year-old Signatech Alpine driver came off the track in wet conditions in Spa, crashed into the trackside barrier heavily, with his car breaking into pieces.Remarkably Laurent walked away unhurt, although he was checked over the medical centre afterwards.The race was won by Toyota Gazoo Racing’s  Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and José Maria Lopez.The conditions mean there were four safety car sessions throughout the race. WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US Last Updated: 16th August, 2020 19:26 IST Big Crash In Torrential Rain During World Endurance Championship Race Frenchman Thomas Laurent walked away unhurt from what appeared to be a serious crash on Saturday in the Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, the sixth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.last_img read more

Jamaican sprint queens looking good as the season begins

first_imgJamaica’s Elaine Thompson waves after a women’s 100-meter heat during the World Athletics Championships in London Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland) Thousands of Jamaica track and field fans turned out at the Milo Western Relays held at the alternative GC Foster College venue last weekend, and were impressed with the performances of top athletes like veteran sprinters and Olympic champions Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Elaine Thompson.New sprint relay record The two sprinters, running for their club MVP Track Club in the women 4 x 100 relay helped their team to set a new record of 43.23 seconds.According to reports Thompson ran the second leg brilliantly to giver her team the lead, which third leg runner maintained, handing over to Fraser-Pryce who took the baton home in what was described as a “resounding win”.Both athletes expressed delight at their individual performances, as well as the success they were able to enjoy as a group.Looking forward to successful 2019 season Thompson, 26, the defending 100 and 200 meters Olympic champion who was hampered last season with leg and foot injuries said she “felt great” after the race, and wants to pace herself for the long season ahead. Her target for the season is the World Championship to held in from September 27 to October 6 in Doha, Qatar. She said its her plan to maintain her health, take the season race by race and perform her bestA toe injury seriously Fraser-Pryce performance in the 2017 season, before she took time off from the track to give birth to her son. She has returned to the track determined to have a good, injury free season. She said her plan is to continue training hard and “have injury free races each time.” She is also looking forward to participating in international meets this season, including with Thompson, and is looking towards this year’s Penn Relays, and the World Championships.last_img read more

Betfred teams with Racing Post to offer key football content

first_imgShare Spotlight ups matchday commentary reach and capacity for new EPL Season  August 21, 2020 Share Submit Spotlight delivers Racing Post translated services for Pari-Engineering Russia August 26, 2020 Betfred counters Oppenheimer bid in race to rescue Phumelela August 26, 2020 StumbleUpon Betfred are to partner with Racing Post to offer mobile customers an “innovative” new digital football content package, becoming the first high street bookmaker to provide the service.Customers can benefit from a variety of football markets alongside the Racing Post football data content package, which includes match verdicts, keys stats for a variety of markets and latest team form for 28 worldwide leagues and competitions.  Lewis McMillan, Head of Digital Sportsbook at Betfred, said: “We’re delighted to have launched Racing Post’s industry leading football data package on our mobile product. “Delivering the best possible betting experience to our customer base is absolutely vital, and the data-rich football content now being delivered directly to their fingertips is a huge step in the right direction.”As part of the service is a predicted line-up view, which is available up to three days before a game and features integrated goalscorer markets, giving punters a “seamless betting experience” directly from the page.The independent pre-match betting focused analysis and tips are all handwritten by Racing Post’s team of football experts and are designed to engage punters, offering access to key information without having to leave the app.Eugene Delaney, B2B Director at Racing Post, added: “We’re really excited to partner with a brand like Betfred to launch a product that gives punters access to vital stats and verdicts to help them make an informed football bet. “With access to our expert content, combined with a slick betting journey, Betfred really have created a product that really engages the football betting audience.” The digital football content package is live on the latest Betfred mobile and tablet apps, which are available to download from the App Store and Google Play. Related Articleslast_img read more