first_imgThe Paddington house Graya Constuction bought and transformed before selling to Alison Ariotti. Television presenter Alison Ariotti with husband Gerry and their two daughters at their home in Bardon.They are currently rebuilding another old home in Paddington for former Wallabies great Stephen Moore and his family.The median house price in Paddington is $1.11 million, according to CoreLogic. The property is just around the corner from Rosalie Village.There are no photos of the inside of the house.Records show the property last sold for $525,000 in 2012.The two-bedroom house, with a study, has just been listed for rent for $450 a week, until Graya Construction can start work on it. Graya Construction took to social media to announce they had bought the property at 192 Baroona Rd, Paddington.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoThe circa 1920 cottage was marketed by Belle Property as being a “good old fashioned renovator” with a north facing position and city views, just around the corner from Rosalie Village. POWER COUPLE SLASH $3M OFF WATERFRONT MANSION An artist’s impression of the house Graya Construction is building for former Wallabies skipper Stephen Moore. Graya Construction has bought a property on Baroona Road in Paddington with city views.The builders took to Instagram to announce their most recent purchase to their 32.5 thousand followers and declare the property as their next project. UNLISTED HOME SETS NEW RECORD Former Wallabies great Stephen Moore bought this house in Howard St, Paddington, which is being transformed by Graya Construction into a dream home. Brothers Rob (left) and Andrew Gray of Graya Construction. Picture :AAP/David Clark.The company has been busy transforming a number of rundown homes in prime locations in the inner-city suburbs of Paddington and Bardon in recent years, including the home of television presenter Alison Ariotti. SOCCEROO SETTLES ON GOLD COAST BEAUTY Graya Construction has bought this tiny cottage at 192 Baroona Rd, Paddington.A DUMP on stumps in one of Brisbane’s best suburbs has sold at auction for almost $200,000 more than the city’s median house price.The brothers behind Graya Construction have paid $715,000 for a tiny, rundown house on 405 sqm at 192 Baroona Road, Paddington. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE last_img read more

first_img Published on June 9, 2019 at 7:29 pm Contact David: Syracuse redshirt freshman Veronika Vorackova is transferring to Rhode Island, former Syracuse assistant and first-year Rams head coach Tammi Reiss announced last Wednesday. Sophomore Kadiatou Sissoko also announced her transfer from SU to Minnesota via Instagram on Sunday.Vorackova, a 5-foot-9 shooting guard, is the second SU player to transfer to URI this offseason, joining forward Marie-Paule Foppossi. Reiss, who spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Syracuse, was named Rhode Island’s head coach on April 17. The Rams finished the 2018-19 season 8-21 with a 3-13 record in the Atlantic 10.Vorackova did not play in a game for the Orange during the 2018-19 season.Sissoko featured in seven games for SU in the 2018-19 season, starting one. The 6-foot-2 guard averaged nine minutes, 2.9 points and 2.1 rebounds per game. The Paris, France native was one of two five-star recruits to sign with the Orange in 2018 (Emily Engstler).Minnesota, led by second-year head coach and two-time Olympic gold medalist Lindsay Whalen, ended the 2018-19 season 22-11 (9-9 Big Ten) and missed out on the NCAA tournament. The Golden Gophers fell to Cincinnati, 72-65, in the second round of the WNIT.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgThe vast majority of NHL teams and players are extremely frustrated right now as the 2019-20 season remains paused. Franchises were in the midst of playoff pushes or trying to gain momentum ahead of the postseason when commissioner Gary Bettman brought play to a screeching halt March 12 because of the coronavirus pandemic.One team that might be slightly less annoyed is the Canucks.  “It seems to be a lot of ups and downs in terms of ‘It’s getting better, it’s not getting better,'” he said. “I would love to have a chance to finish the year. Just like everyone else, I’m so new to the situation that I just really have no idea what it could look like. I think more time has to go by to see what could even be possible because right now I just have no clue.”With the rest of the campaign up in the air, Myers is just hoping that the Canucks get the chance to prove to themselves — and everybody else — that they deserve to be in the playoffs.”Well, I think all of us in the room, we see ourselves as a playoff team,” he said. “It’s impossible to tell what could have happened in the last 15 games or whatever it was, but I really liked our strides that we made this year. I really hope we’re able to come back and try and end it off on a good note.” Vancouver’s campaign got off to a promising start, but then its season began to nosedive in February and early March with just six wins in the team’s final 17 games before the pause. They currently sit just outside a playoff spot — they’re one point behind third-placed Calgary in the Pacific Division and a single regulation win behind Nashville for the final wild-card spot in the Western Conference. The past four weeks have given the players an unexpected opportunity to take a breath and reflect on the first 69 games. Canucks defenseman Tyler Myers has been doing that while under quarantine at home in Kelowna, B.C., with his wife and son.”My wife and our 3-year-old son, Tristan, we popped back to Kelowna pretty quick after this thing hit, and we just had a little bit more space for him to run around and burn off a little bit more energy so you can sleep in a little bit longer,” he told reporters in a video call Wednesday. “So we headed back home here and have just been here since and spending time with each other during this quarantine.”MORE: Canucks’ J.T. Miller wants a “fair season” if the NHL returnsMyers thinks the team was heading in the right direction, despite its tough stretch, when the season was put on hold.”It’s such a unique situation for everybody,” he said. “I think we started to get a lot better with our consistency. I think, you know, as the year went on, that was one of the things we were working on as a group. I think it was getting better . . . right towards the end before everything shut down. We were really trending in the right direction.”He’s disappointed the Canucks haven’t been able to experience the intensity of a playoff push.”Certainly missing out on the last month of the season there, you really develop such a playoff atmosphere and a playoff feel on the ice,” he said. “It would have been nice for young guys to experience that but the whole league is in the same boat.”Like everyone else, Myers has no idea whether the season will resume.last_img read more

first_imgKiviiri (left) is one of the new faces at BetWay Power (Agency Photo)KAMPALA – Like it has always been the case in the recent past, Betway sponsored Basketball side-Power sign several players in the off-season.Again, last year’s losing finalist have sealed the signing of three more players to blooster their squad ahead of the 2019 season. The number may be half of the six they signed last time but the names are ones which rise eyebrows in the Basketball community.The new faces that are coming in are; Libe Makala, Samuel Agutu and Syrus Kiviiri.Makala who is predominantly a shooting guard, joins from JKL Dolphins, Kiviiri (Guard) from Pemba Warriors while Agutu (Small Forward) comes in from UCU Canons.For a side that has not won a championship since Ben Komakech (now with City Oilers) and Isaac Afidra delivered in Game 7 of the 2011 finals, a finals appearance is not enough as they will be gunning for the championship this time round.After winning the regular season to finish as the top seed, Power were swept in the best of 7 finals by City Oilers in last year’s final.The 2019 National Basketball League season starts on Friday, April 12 with Power taking on City Oilers at the MTN Arena in Lugogo.Comments Tags: Betway Powercity oilersLibe MakalaNBLSamuel AgutuSyrus Kiviirilast_img read more