first_imgNFL Stock Image.NASHVILLE – The NFL announced Wednesday that they’ve postponed the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans matchup Sunday to either Monday or Tuesday.The league says that a new game date and time will be announced as soon as possible, adding that the postponement will “allow additional time for further daily COVID-19 testing and to ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and game day personnel.”This is the first game to be postponed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The Titans reportedly had four players and five staff members test positive for the virus. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgThe home at 56 Victoria Ave, Chelmer“We anticipated it would be an impressive sale.”The home was originally built in 1905 and sits on 2704sq m of land.It has traditional period features such as high ceilings, timber floors, fretwork and VJ walls.Mr Adcock said the home had been in the same family for over 27 years. Inside 56 Victoria Ave, ChelmerMr Adcock said the new owners were a local family from the western suburbs.“They loved the character and charm of the home as much as the functionality of it,” he said. Inside 56 Victoria Ave, Chelmer“When people buy these homes, they hold on to them for a generation or more,” he said. “Homes like this are lifelong investments.” REAL ESTATE: Victoria Ave, ChelmerThis grand Queenslander home has sold four hours after auction for $3.3 million. The home at 56 Victoria Ave, ChelmerMarketing agent Jason Adcock of Adcock Prestige said the sale of 56 Victoria Ave, Chelmer, was a street record.“Given the size of the land and the condition and calibre of the home, it’s not surprising,” he said.“Homes like this don’t come along too often.“It’s a big house with a tennis court and swimming pool on a huge piece of land in one of Chelmer’s most desirable streets.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agolast_img read more 8 February 2014Women might shack up with a good-looking bloke but when it comes to tying the knot nice guys finish first, new research suggests.The United States study found that for men, having an above-average personality coincided with a greater chance of marriage.But for those with better-than-average looks, living with a partner was less likely to lead to wedding bells.Otago University social psychologist Jamin Halberstadt said the findings were consistent with evolutionary psychology, which distinguished between marriageable men – and short-term mates.“Crudely put, the distinction is that women are looking for highly fertile men for short-term relationships and highly dependable men for long-term ones. So women have different types of cues.”So while a strong-jawed, classically handsome man is viewed as being a good option for fathering offspring, a less good-looking man with a great personality will be considered a better bet for a stable, emotionally and financially committed marriage. read more