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Two “renovator’s delights’’ on almost 30ha for only $100,000? That’s right.

first_imgOne of the two houses on offer at 1694 Tara Kogan Rd, Tara.THESE two homes on almost 30ha of land are going for a steal – only $100,000. But you’ll need to be handy with a hammer.The asking price for the property at 1694 Tara Kogan Rd, Tara has been reduced to $100,000.According to their listing the houses are sturdy and just need love and attention. 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. Picture: is listed through Peter Flint and Jonathan Schaeffer of Elders Real Estate – Maleny.The second most viewed listing in Queensland this week was 133 Enoggera Tce, Paddington. The five-bedroom home known as Braeon has been renovated and extended. 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. Picture: five-bedroom house is being sold as a deceased estate. It is on 13.67ha of land and is described as suitable for a Bed and Breakfast or wedding venue. Timber blinds in the bedroom and VJ walls.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoIt is listed through Arn Grealy of Elders Real Estate – Tara. The butlers pantry. Picture: plenty of buyers can see potential in the properties with the listing the third most viewed in Queensland on this week. 133 Enoggera Tce, Paddington,It has been recently painted, has cast iron balustrading on the front veranda, and a grand entrance door with surround chequered leadlighting.It is listed through Jason Cherrett and Ben Wakely of Urban Property Agents – Paddington. This is the other one you get.The electricity and septic are connected to both homes and there is bitumen road frontage and trees “for privacy’’.The property has a partly fenced dam, and yards for horses. Both houses have council permits dating back to when they were moved onto the site.center_img 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. Picture: is an infinity edged swimming pool and a formal entrance to the home. There is billiard room, formal lounge, dining rooms plus entertaining and informal lounge. And a large bathroom.It was a slightly more luxurious offering which attracted the most potential buyers this week with 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny the most viewed Queensland listing on this week. 36 Southern Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise. Picture: The home has timber floors. 53 Wendell Street, Norman Park.The fourth and fifth most viewed listings on this week have both made the most viewed list before and are both listed through Emil Juresic of NGU Real Estate. 53 Wendell St, Norman Park has five bedrooms and was inspired by the international travels of its owner, while 36 Southern Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise also has five bedrooms and is listed with a price guide between $4.8 million and $5 million.last_img read more

Afghanistan re-appoint Asghar Afghan as captain for all formats

first_imgMUMBAI, India (Reuters) – Former Afghanistan cricket captain Asghar Afghan has been brought back to replace Rashid Khan and lead the team in all formats, the country’s cricket board (ACB) said yesterday.“As per the decision by ACB Top management, senior player Asghar Afghan is reappointed as team Afghanistan’s captain across formats,” ACB said on its official Twitter account.Leg-spinner Rashid, 21, was named captain for all formats with Afghan as his deputy in July after a dismal run at the 50-over World Cup in England.Afghan, 31, who led his country to a maiden Test win against Ireland this year, has been a regular member of the team since 2009 and was reinstated at the helm with Rashid demoted to vice-captain.Under Afghan’s leadership, the country won full membership status from the International Cricket Council (ICC) and qualified for the 2019 World Cup but in a surprising move he was removed from the position less than two months before the tournament.Afghanistan lost all nine of their matches at the World Cup in England and finished at the bottom of the standings.last_img read more

Mob torches police station

first_imgA police station in Sambalpur city in western Odisha was ransacked and set ablaze by irate residents on Friday following the alleged custodial death of a tribal youth.Abinash Munda, 22, was picked up by the police on Thursday evening. According to the police, he was given a bed sheet and a blanket in thehazat(lock-up) of Aainthapali police station. Later in the evening, he was found hanging with the bed sheet. The inspector-in-charge and two other staff of the police station have been placed under suspension for “negligence”.Abinash’s family members were informed about his death early on Friday. They rejected the police version and alleged that Abinash succumbed to injuries following “excessive torture” in police custody. Soon, the news spread to other tribal-dominated colonies of the city. Hundreds of residents gathered outside the police station and started hurling stones on the premises. They overpowered the small police party stationed there and torched the police station. Even senior police officers who reached the spot became a target of the mob’s ire. Seven police personnel were injured in the attack. At least a dozen vehicles parked on the campus were burnt down.The State government has ordered a multilevel investigation. “The Aainthapali police of Sambalpur had arrested a person on charges of theft on Thursday evening. He was, as per the report of the police station, found hanging in one of thehazatsafter 10 p.m.,” said R.P. Sharma, the State’s Director General of Police.“The investigation into the case has been handed over to the Human Rights Protection Cell of Odisha police. Apart from this, the Inspector General of Police (northern range), Sambalpur, will conduct an independent inquiry at his level and submit a report,” Mr. Sharma said.Meanwhile, CM Naveen Patnaik announced an ex gratia of Rs. 5 lakh to the next of kin of the deceased on compassionate grounds.The Odisha Human Rights Commission directed the State government to inquire into the circumstances under which Abinash died and submit the report within three weeks.last_img read more