first_img View Comments This would be practically perfect casting! Into the Woods star Emily Blunt is circling Disney’s new live-action musical film of Mary Poppins, reports The Wrap. The actress would reunite with her Woods director Rob Marshall on the project, which will be set in London around twenty years after the much-loved original.Blunt made her professional debut on stage opposite Judi Dench in The Royal Family. Along with Into the Woods, her multiple screen credits include Boudica, My Summer of Love, Gideon’s Daughter, The Devil Wears Prada, The Young Victoria, The Adjustment Bureau, Edge of Tomorrow, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Gulliver’s Travels, Gnomeo & Juliet, The Five-Year Engagement, Sicario and The Huntsman: Winter’s War.Finding Neverland screenwriter David Magee is set to pen the film, while Smash and Hairspray songwriting duo Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman will compose a new score and original songs.The new Poppins movie will focus on the other tales in author P.L. Travers’ 1934-1988 children’s book series; the 1964 Julie Andrews movie was mostly based on the first of these.The producers of the new film, John DeLuca and Marc Platt, have serious pedigree—they also both collaborated on Into the Woods. DeLuca additionally worked with Marshall on Nine; Platt is one of Wicked’s producers and was also behind Grease: Live for Fox.The stage adaptation of Mary Poppins played 2,619 performances on Broadway 2006 through 2013. Emily Blunt.(Photo by Bruce Glikas)last_img read more

first_imgVermont’s congressional delegation ‘ Senators Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders and Representative Peter Welch ‘ and Governor Peter Shumlin today announced that over $200,000 in Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC) funds will go to support two economic development projects in Lyndon and Brighton. Lyndon State College and the Northeastern Vermont Development Association will receive $128,500 to boost manufacturing in the area. The funds will help develop professional resources, create collaboration among Northeast Kingdom manufacturing employers, expand training programs and further collaborative programs between area high schools, career and technical centers and Lyndon State College. The town of Brighton will receive $78,190 to construct a new 2,100 foot walking path along a section of Island Pond Lake, connecting it to the downtown area. This project resulted from a year-long study aimed at enhancing tourism and recreation in the community. ‘These grants will provide a vital boost to parts of our state that need it most,’ Vermont’s congressional delegation said in a statement. ‘We created the commission as a means of responding in practical ways to the common economic challenges throughout the border regions of the Northeast. These grants will help further that goal.’ ‘This is good news for creating jobs and strengthening communities in northeastern Vermont, and I thank our congressional delegation for working hard to secure these funds for Lyndon and Brighton,’ said Gov. Shumlin. Vermont’s congressional delegation was influential in creating NBRC, which directly invests federal resources for economic development and job creation in economically distressed regions of northern Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York. In Vermont, eligible counties include Essex, Franklin, Lamoille, Orleans, Caledonia and Grand Isle. Source: WASHINGTON, October 5 ‘ Vermont’s congressional delegationlast_img read more

first_imgBetween Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky there is a town, which lays claim to being the home of bourbon, horses, and wine. Frankfort is the capital of Kentucky and is a one-stop city for those searching for adventure, history, and southern hospitality.With an overwhelming amount of activities to choose from, be sure to check out this guide on how to make your trip to Frankfort the ultimate visit.elkhorn-whitewaterFrankfort Day 1Lodging OptionCreekside lounging is available at Elkhorn Campground, with 125 campsites on property. The campground is RV friendly and is open April 1 – October 31 every year. The campground is under 10 minutes away from downtown and has a general store with groceries, a pavilion that seats up to 200, a large fire pit, a playground, a pool, a putt-putt course, river access, and much more is available to guests. Ride OnCapitol View Park is the mountain biking trail system to visit in Frankfort. With over 11 miles of trails, the rides bounce back and forth from park boundaries to state property. The park is open year-round and there’s something for all skill levels. Be sure to check out the Bluegrass State Games mountain bike race in July or the kids bike series in October. The Frankfort Parks and Rec Department does advise bikers to carry extra tubes, tire liners, and sealant due to native trees and bushes with thorns that lie next to the trails.mountain-bikingimg_1099Grab A Cold OneCheck out Ethereal Brewing Company in Lexington for classically flavored stouts and some brews with a Kentucky twang. The brewery is known for hosting events, such as Tap Takeovers where the company partners with another brew, and has live music often.Hike It OffGet a preemptive strike on dinner by checking out Cove Spring Park, home to over 240 acres of wetlands, waterfalls, and ravines. There are three miles of trails exploring the area, and wildlife is frequently observed. Waterfalls and historic features are scattered along the trails, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled. Good EatsHungry? Check out Serafini in town, located directly across from the old State Capitol. The restaurant boasts using local ingredients and seamlessly combines Italian roots and the southern traditions of Kentucky. In addition to the great food, Serafini brings it home with an extensive bourbon list.Wait, Wait! There’s More!If you’re in town during the months of June – September, check out the free summer concerts on the lawn of the old State Capitol. These occur every other Friday, so be sure to check the schedule and be ready to hear some good ole mountain music. The month of June also hosts the River Blast Festival, a family fun event Frankfort Day TwoLodging OptionStay at the Elkhorn Campground for a second night by the river, or pop a squat in The Meeting House, located in the historic district. The Meeting House is an 1840 pre-Civil War house that has been transformed into a bed and breakfast. There’s a café on the property and the space is available for small functions and events, with the ability to accommodate up to 40 people.elksalatorestorationGet EducatedThe Salato Wildlife Education Center offers indoor and outdoor exhibits just waiting to be discovered. The center has native wildlife located along exhibit trails, stocked lakes for the fishers in the family, and four miles of hiking trails. One of the highlights for the indoor exhibit is an Alligator Snapping Turtle, which weighs nearly 100 pounds. Outside, there are elk, bison, bobcats, and more. The center is closed on Sunday and Monday each week and is closed from November 26 – March 1. Splashing AroundLog some river hours on the Kentucky River or Elkhorn Creek. Canoe Kentucky is a company in Frankfort that will take you on the trip you need. The company offers stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), canoeing, kayaking, and whitewater rafting. All activities are water level dependent, but between the two bodies of water there’s always something to do. Try out nightglow paddle trips, or even SUP yoga.screen-shot-2016-12-22-at-1-29-43-pmMore Good EatsCap off your trip with a visit to Bourbon on Main, a local restaurant that backs up to the Kentucky River. This restaurant is one of the most popular in Frankfort and only allows those 21 and over inside. The food is classic Americana and the bourbon list is incredibly long. A friendly community is ever-present and events like Thursday night trivia, live music on Fridays, and an upstairs art gallery draw in the masses.Seasonal TreatsThe Frankfort Striders host themed running events every month throughout the year, including one called the “Funnel Cake 5k.”  In May, it’s Derby season and downtown Frankfort hosts the governor and many visitors as a festival ensues. Kick off the holiday season in November with the annual Candlelight Tradition downtown. Carriage rides and hot chocolate are aplenty and there are rumors that a special someone (SANTA!!!) just can’t stay away from the magical celebration in Frankfort, Kentucky. More 48 Hours:last_img read more

first_imgThe main strengths in the Study are high-quality and well-staffed tourist boards, very good cooperation between tourist boards, the establishment of the Destination Management Committee (City of Crikvenica) and the interest of large hotel companies in launching the investment cycle. On the other hand, the weaknesses include insufficient financial resources of the tourist system, insufficiently developed destination management function and the lack of a unifying vision and brand ‘Crikvenica-Vinodol Riviera. City of Crikvenica, City of Novi Vinodolski, Vinodol municipalityThe Tourist Board of the City of Crikvenica, the Tourist Board of the City of Novi Vinodolski, the Tourist Board of the Vinodol Municipality commissioned the development of the Tourism Development Strategy of the Crikvenica-Vinodol Riviera 2019-2029, which was prepared by the Institute of Tourism from Zagreb. The document Tourism Development Strategy of the Crikvenica-Vinodol Riviera 2019-2029 presents a common platform of the City of Crikvenica, Vinodol Municipality and the City of Novi Vinodolski and their tourist boards and other institutions of the public, social and economic sector in the development of tourism.  Recreation and health as the two main levers of identity of the Crikvenica-Vinodol Riviera Side dish: Tourism Development Strategy of the Crikvenica-Vinodol Riviera 2019-2029center_img Read the entire strategy for the development of the Crikvenica-Vinodol Riviera in the attachment. The formulated market identity of the Crikvenica-Vinodol Riviera puts the concepts of ‘Riviera’ in the foreground, clearly associating it with a connected range of places and spatial planning, and ‘dynamism’ which arises primarily from specialization in highly attractive active and positive energy-filled recreation offer. and health. The main goal of tourism development 2019-2029. is the construction of a competitive, sustainable, year-round and internationally recognized dynamic riviera of recreation and health with a rich offer of meaningful tourist experiences, according to the development strategy. last_img read more

first_imgWe have already traveled to Rab by Krka by bike and on foot with organized transport, but also by scooter. The combination with the scooter seems to me the best for hot summer days. The ride is pleasant, there are always places on the ferry, but there is also a place for a scooter in every parking lot, and parking is not paid. The ferry line Valbiska – Lopar is one of the longest. It travels an hour and forty minutes. The ride on the large, modern Jadrolinija “Krka” is comfortable and interesting. The boat passes by Plavnik, from the deck you can see Stara Baška, Prvić, Grgur, partly Goli… The Kvarner islands form a unique archipelago of the largest Adriatic islands and smaller ones, but equally interesting and unique in all respects. Krk is a bridge to the Kvarner islands. On the one hand by a bridge connected to the mainland on the other hand by good ferry lines with Cres, Lošinj and Rab. Via Rab and Stinica, you can easily reach Prizna and take a ferry to Žigljen to “step” on Pag. And Zadar is not far from Pag either… Author: Nedo PInezić, Photo: I often hear that “guests have nothing to do”, “we have no content”, “nothing is offered”… It is not uncommon for people who are not familiar enough with the offer of attractions in their immediate environment to say so. If as a host you do not know your area, then you can hardly suggest a new experience to the guest, a new experience that will further strengthen his satisfaction with staying with you. You can call the island of Rab an island of happiness, an island of contrast, an island of beaches, an island of “Rapska fjera”, good gastronomy, nautical… and you won’t go wrong. Rab is all that and much more. It simply invites you to visit it again in some other way. For example by bike, or to rent a boat and tour it by the sea; and you can embark on an expedition to discover the interior by hiking to abandoned hamlets… WE HAVE ATTRACTIONS, BUT WE HAVE NO ACTION We are only slowly discovering Rab, like other Kvarner islands. For starters we can confirm that we have around us a lot of content and attractions that are interesting to our guests but we have to help them discover them. RAB IS SPECIAL KVARNER ISLANDS The price of a return ticket for a scooter with two passengers without a discount is HRK 280,00. The cost of fuel for touring the entire island of Rab does not exceed 20,00 kn, and a scooter can be rented on Krk from 300,00 kn per day. The total cost of a full day trip to Rab from Krk with a tour of the entire island of Rab for two people is 600,00 kn for transport and another 400,00 kn for food, souvenirs and the like. For only 66 euros per person it is possible to experience an unforgettable experience of riding a big boat from Valbiska to Lopar, swimming on “Paradise Beach” in Lopar, on “Suha Punta”, visit Supetarska Draga, Kampor, the town of Rab, Barbat „ Related news: BY KVARNER ISLANDS BY BIKE, SCOOTER, BUT ALSO ON FOOT ILLEGALITY IN THE LAW ON TOURIST TAXlast_img read more

first_imgIndonesia has made an important step forward in its Satellite of the Republic of Indonesia (Satria) project, the country’s biggest telecommunication satellite to date valued at US$550 million, with the signing of a preparatory work agreement between an Indonesian consortium and a French-Italian firm on Thursday.The signing of the agreement on the multifunction satellite project, managed under the Communications and Information Ministry, was between two companies, namely satellite provider PT Satelit Nusantara Tiga, part of the consortium of PT Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), and French-Italian aerospace manufacturer Thales Alenia Space (TAS). PSN consortium is the lead contractor and operator of the project.The satellite is envisioned to boost connectivity inclusion in the country, providing free internet connection to 150,000 public facilities, including schools, regional government offices and health facilities. Satria will have a throughput capacity of 150 billion bits per second (Gbps), three times the capacity of the nine telecommunication satellites that Indonesia currently uses, according to Communications and Information Minister Johnny G. Plate.“This satellite project is part of the nation’s program to lessen the disparity in internet access and increase the number of internet users,” Johnny told reporters on Thursday, while also mentioning that the project showed the country’s robust investment climate for telecommunication infrastructure even during the pandemic.The project, which is funded under a public-private partnership (PPP) scheme, is expected to be put into orbit and operate by 2023, the ministry stated.Despite the large number of internet users, Indonesia’s internet penetration rate remained at 64 percent in January 2020, according to DataReportal, lagging behind neighboring Brunei, Singapore and Thailand, where internet penetration rates exceed 70 percent. The Communications and Information Ministry said in June that approximately 12,500 villages in the country had no access to the internet.Read also: Govt to roll out $2b for ICT development in 2021, boost inclusionJohnny said that there were many investment opportunities in the telecommunication sector, as the country required a satellite capacity of around 900 Gbps by 2030.“The preparatory work agreement will also ensure that the manufacturing of the satellite will be conducted on time within the contract and marks that the funding agreement will also take effect,” the minister added.The government plans to cooperate with the United States-based Space-X to launch the satellite.It plans to use the so-called availability payment scheme to repay the investors involved in the project in periodic installments over 15 years.Availability payment is a fee structure in which a public agency makes periodic payments to the private sector to provide infrastructure services of a specified standard.The project cost will be funded through a mixture of export credit from France and China at $425 million with equity of $125 million, according to PSN president director Adi Rahman Adiwoso.Export credits are government financial support, direct financing, guarantees, insurance or interest rate support provided to foreign buyers to assist in the financing of a purchase.“This payment scheme is a great one, because there are the advantages of low interest rates, longer payback periods and overall great savings,” he said.Meanwhile, the ministry’s telecommunications and information accessibility agency director Anang Latif said the ministry was optimistic the Satria project could be launched on time with the persistent growth in the telco sector amid the COVID-19 crisis.The information and communication technology (ICT) sector grew 9.6 percent and 10.88 percent year-on-year (yoy) in the first and second quarters this year, respectively, while the economy contracted 5.32 percent in the second quarter, according to Statistics Indonesia (BPS) data.“We are on the right track for investment in the ICT sector and to accelerate digitalization,” he said.Last year, the government inaugurated its $1.3 billion Palapa Ring broadband project, a 35,000-kilometer fiber optic network spanning the archipelago.Anang went on to say that the satellite would support the Palapa Ring project as satellite transmission could reach rural areas that were yet to be covered by the fiber optic network.The ministry plans to start building the satellite communication’s ground segment, such as fixed or mobile transmission and reception, in 2022, Anang said.Indonesia Information Communication Technology Institute executive director Heru Sutadi suggested that the Satria project could be upgraded going forward to meet the country’s internet needs over the next 15 years.“Because of COVID-19, each household now needs roughly 20 Mbps for seamless video calls and streaming, among other things. Offices definitely need more than that,” he told The Jakarta Post on Friday. “I think our bandwidth needs in 2023 will also increase rapidly, so, it is wise to upgrade Satria’s capacity.”He added that the government could double Satria’s capacity to 300 Gbps or reduce the internet recipient points to reach the maximum bandwidth need.”Satellite projects are very expensive. We also need to consider the investment needed to build the supporting ground infrastructure,” he said. “The government can surely negotiate to increase Satria’s capacity for no added fee.”Topics :last_img read more

first_imgArsenal unlikely to make signings in January transfer window after significant summer spending Comment Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 4 Jan 2020 8:05 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link250Sharescenter_img Advertisement Mikel Arteta may not have any new players to work with this month (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal are unlikely to make any signings in the January transfer window due to the significant investment over the summer and with William Saliba arriving in the summer, according to reports.Mikel Arteta picked up his first win as Gunners manager by beating Manchester United 2-0 in the Premier League on New Year’s Day.The Spaniard has spoken of his desire to bring in ‘one or two’ players in January, but he may have to work with the squad he has inherited from Unai Emery.Sky Sports report that any signings are ‘unlikely’ after the huge outlay on Nicolas Pepe, Kieran Tierney, Gabriel Martinelli, David Luiz and Saliba in the summer.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThose five signings set Arsenal back around £137m so the board are not in a rush to get the cheque book out again soon after, especially as there has been precious little return from those arrivals thus far.Saliba is also yet to play for the Gunners after signing from Saint-Etienne, but returning to the French club on loan for the season.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHe will arrive permanently at the Emirates at the end of the season, although it will be after a disjointed campaign as he has made just five Ligue 1 appearances due to injury since signing for Arsenal.Arteta spoke of his interest in bringing in new faces after his first game in charge against Bournemouth on Boxing Day, but he may well be disappointed.‘We need players back from injuries, first of all, to be more solid, more compact,’ Arteta told SkySports.‘And then we might need to do one or two things if the right players become available, to help us.‘But at the moment I am more concerned with getting the maximum out of the players available to us.’Arsenal have been struggling with injuries throughout the season and continue to do so, with Tierney and Calum Chambers remaining out for the foreseeable future due to a dislocated shoulder and ruptured ACL respectively.However, Hector Bellerin and Martinelli, who have been out with thigh problems, are nearing returns.Despite the unlikely nature of new arrivals, the Gunners continue to be linked with a host of new players, including Max Aarons, Dayot Upamecano, Thomas Lemar, Adrien Rabiot and Jerome Boateng.While interest may well exist, summer moves look much more likely.MORE: Manchester United offered Arsenal target Adrien Rabiot as Juventus prepare new bid for Paul PogbaMORE: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hits back at Robin van Persie over criticism after Manchester United’s defeat to Arsenallast_img read more

first_imgCredit: Thomas AlexanderGerben de Zwart, APG’s head of quant equities, at IPE’s Equities conference in JuneAt the conference, De Zwart noted that the rise of passive investing was also being reflected in the bond markets, albeit with a delay of several years compared with equity markets.At the same time, as a result of regulation, more trades and trade information were being reported, which could be collected with the help of advanced computers and data storage.“If you combine that with the academic research that is finding added value in the corporate bond markets for similar quant strategies, my hypothesis is that within five years it could very well be that the structure of the corporate bond markets will be similar to the equity markets,” he said. APG currently has a 45% allocation to quant strategies as part of its €170bn listed equity portfolio. It is the asset manager for the €405bn Dutch civil service scheme ABP. De Zwart said the amount APG planned to allocate to quantitative credit strategies was not yet fixed. It wanted it to represent a “serious step”, although in terms of its whole portfolio it would be a “toe in the water”, he added. “We target managers who really take responsibility of the performance through a quant approach,” he added, “and who for that reason take quant investing very seriously and spend time and resources on enhancements or continuous enhancements of their investment strategy.” APG, one of Europe’s biggest asset managers, is planning to allocate to quantitative strategies for investing in corporate bonds.Speaking at IPE’s equities conference in London last week, Gerben de Zwart, head of quantitative equities at the €470bn pension investor, said he foresaw the corporate bond markets evolving to resemble the structure in the equity markets over the next five years. “A part is allocated to passive, a part is allocated to quant strategies and a part is high conviction fundamental investments,” he told delegates. “We want to be one of the leaders on the quant side and we are currently looking at allocating money to quant managers within the corporate bond markets.”Speaking to IPE, De Zwart said APG wanted to hire one or two external quant credit managers “with the aim to outperform the credit index through quant investing”.last_img read more

first_imgGrande Vista first hit the market back in February, 2017 with a price tag of $14.88 million.Sellers Brian and Eileen Peat bought the mansion at auction for $7 million from receivers in 2010.Mr Fish paid $6.5 million for the home in 2003 and had undertaken a major refurbishment but when the Peats bought the property it was incomplete and hadn’t been maintained.They then spent big bucks transforming it from a Mediterranean-style mansion into a contemporary resort-style haven. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. The property, at 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, now holds the sales record on the Sovereign Islands — the record was previously held by Baltimore, a mega mansion that changed hands for $11 million in 2006.“Sovereign Islands has outperformed every suburb on the Gold Coast in my eyes,” Mr Mian said.“You’ve got the security aspect and it’s right in the middle of the Broadwater — a lot of young families with children are living here now.“It’s a beautiful estate to live in. “I would describe it as the jewel of the Gold Coast.” MORE NEWS: Gold Coast mega mansion sells in a deal worth more than $9 million 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. There is a collection of formal and casual living spaces at every turn with extensive marble and timber floors throughout.As well as expanding the kitchen and creating an indoor-outdoor flow to the poolside teppanyaki alfresco area, the pair also worked their magic at the other end of the house, in the entertainment precinct. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. MORE NEWS: Tom Williams unlikely career changecenter_img 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. The home takes up most of the 2103sq m block and overlooks the Broadwater.It has 55m of water frontage and features multiple entertainment areas, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms with extensive marble and timber flooring.From the gated entry, cylindrical pillars and a high wooden portico stand guard over a stone driveway and manicured gardens.Inside, a combination of timber and wrought-iron features demand your attention while floor-to-ceiling glass offers a spectacular vista of the open water. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa13 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands.THE ink is dry on the mega sale of a Gold Coast mansion on the Sovereign Islands.Amir Mian, principal of Prestige Property Agents, confirmed ‘Grande Vista’ at Sir Lancelot Close settled yesterday at $11.05 million.It followed a five-month settlement after going under contract in July. 3-7 Sir Lancelot Close, Sovereign Islands.last_img read more

first_imgNorth Queensland Cowboy player Gavin Cooper in his neighbourhood Idalia where he was among players helping evacuate trapped residents last month. Picture: Alix Sweeney.State of Origin star and North QLD Cowboys player Gavin Cooper is among landlords finding tenants in record time after floodwaters wreaked havoc in Townsville.Cooper’s ex-display home investment was yesterday (Monday) snapped up in Burdell, just a fortnight after it was first listed.This as experts predict Townsville’s vacancy rate will be squeezed for an indefinite period in the aftermath of the floods — a situation which generally triggers rents to rise.The Real Estate Institute of Queensland’s latest data, out yesterday, showed the city had been tracking a 4.3 per cent vacancy rate in the December quarter before the floodwaters swamped the residential and commercial sectors.“In January this market suffered devastating floods and this will impact the rental sector for some time to come,” the REIQ report said.“With an unknown proportion of the rental market impacted by the floods, and the number of displaced people needing immediate short-term accommodation also unknown, it’s difficult to measure the impact of this event on the market.” Because it was a luxury display home, the finishes were top notch in the property. December 18 quarter 4.3% Mar 18 quarter 3.8% Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 Townsville vacancy rates (pre-flood): The property even has its own playground and golf putting green.It’s one of the few that comes with its own playground and a golf putting green, plus the affable player was also willing to consider allowing pets on site too.Cooper also owns a five bedroom home in Idalia which was where he set about helping residents inundated by floodwaters with other Cowboys mates in January. Sept quarter 3.9% He might have been able to up the rent to capitalise on the supply squeeze post flood, but Cooper instead dropped it by $10 a week. Picture: Evan Morgan. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON TWITTER (Source: CoreLogic) Jun. quarter 4% The ex-display home in Burdell that Cooper bought off Stockland seven years ago. Picture: CoreLogicMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoFor landlords like Cooper it could be a windfall, but the Cowboys player instead cut the rent he wanted by $10 a week.Cooper listed the property at $400 a week, which was a $10 discount on 2016’s rental listing — a significant move considering vacancy rates were very high that year, topping 7.1 per cent.The star player bought his four bedroom, two bathroom, two car garage ex-display home off Stockland for $160,000 seven years ago. last_img read more