28 Sep

AFL super boot Daniel Rich’s house for rent in Camp Hill

first_imgDaniel Rich of the Brisbane Lions has put his house up for rent. Image: AAP/Darren England.AVID AFL fans keen to move into the Lion’s den, listen up.Brisbane super boot Daniel Rich has listed his recently renovated Camp Hill investment property for rent. This house at 58 Bovelles St, Camp Hill, is for rent.Records show the Brisbane Lions’ player bought the three-bedroom, two-bathroom house for $675,000 in 2010.It is currently advertised for lease for $725 a week, including a pool and maintenance, through Amrita Singh at Place Coorparoo. This back of the house in Camp Hill, which is for rent.Features include a back deck overlooking the in-ground pool, a master bedroom with ensuite and airconditioning throughout.Rich sold a four-bedroom, architecturally designed home in Norman Park last year for $1.56 million. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoThe house has a modern kitchen.Camp Hill is quite the hot spot for AFL players, with Darcy Gardiner also owning a renovated post-war house in the suburb.Ex-Lions defender Sam Mayes still owns a house there despite ditching the Lions for Port Adelaide, and Jamie Charman’s first flip house was in Camp Hill before he became a real estate agent. One of the bathrooms in the house at 58 Bovelles St, Camp Hill, which is for rent.last_img read more

24 Sep

Severe Weather Can Strike Anytime, Expert Says

first_imgAn EF-1 tornado struck Osgood on February 20. (Image: Ripley County EMA)Spring is almost here, and with it will come severe weather events that could turn into dangerous situations for folks across the Midwest.This is Indiana Severe Weather Preparedness Week, and Dave Tucek, warning-coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Indianapolis, said residents should keep an eye on the forecast this time of year – but also be aware that severe weather can strike at any time.“We have had tornadoes in every month of the year,” Tucek said. “We’ve had severe storms in every month of the year, although our prime times are April through June – and a secondary peak occurring in the November time frame, like we saw Nov. 17 of last year.”Tucek said the biggest concerns in severe-weather situations are usually thunderstorms, which can produce very strong winds or tornadoes, lightning – the nation’s No. 2 weather killer – and very heavy rain, which can lead to flash flooding.On Thursday, the National Weather Service will conduct a statewide test of communication systems in Indiana – one at 10:15 a.m. and the other at 7:30 p.m.“The one that takes place in the morning, we try to capture the kids in school so they get a chance to practice what they are supposed to do at school,” Tucek said. “And then we hold the next drill during the early evening to try to get the children to practice the plan at home with their family.”It’s important to be ready to act and go to a safe spot when warnings or watches are issued, Tucek said. Hoosiers now can even stay informed through wireless emergency alerts on a smartphone.“If you are in a location that’s under a tornado warning,” he said, “your smartphone will alert you with a very loud, very distinguishable audible alarm, as well as a unique vibration or shake.”A “watch” means conditions are favorable for a thunderstorm, flood or tornado, and a “warning” means one of those events is occurring or likely to occur soon. At that point, Tucek advised tuning in to weather information on local television or radio.National Severe Weather Preparedness Week was March 2-8last_img read more

31 Aug

Crystal Palace Welcome Papa Souare Back To Training 11 Months After Horror Car Crash

first_imgThe Senegalese expressed his delight at being back to full training by tweeting: “I want to say Thank You to all of you for your love and support on this journey! I read every msg and I hope to make u all happy soon”. Senegal and Crystal Palace defender, Papa Souare, is back in full training 11 months after he was involved in a horror road crash.The 27-year-old left back, who crashed his car near London and had to be cut free from the vehicle by firefighters, sustained different degree of thighbone and jaw injuries which almost cost him his football career. Papa Souare will hope to be in the new manager, Frank de Boer’s plans, as the Eagles kick off their 2017/2018 Premier League Campaign against Huddersfield on Saturday.RelatedDone Deal: Crystal Palace Signs Fosu-Mensah From Manchester UnitedAugust 10, 2017In “England”Fulham Sign Five Players In Deadline Day RushAugust 10, 2018In “England”Beating Liverpool is ‘virtually impossible’ says Cardiff City CoachOctober 26, 2018In “England”last_img read more