36 Federal St, Red Hill“Demand continues to be strong in the inner-west from not only local buyers but a distinct new buyer trend of empty-nesters from outer suburbs wanting to make the shift closer to the city and cafe lifestyle,” Mr Mayles said.“The uptick continues with astute buyers coming from interstate, with bidders at the auction from Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. “Our successful purchaser on the weekend was a businessman from Melbourne.”The buyer was one of eight registered bidders keen on the house and 263sq m land. 36 Federal St, Red Hill sold for $788,000. Picture: realestate.com.auBRISBANE’S auction market failed to melt in the weekend’s scorching heat with the capital city recording a rise in both volume and clearance rate from the previous week.CoreLogic preliminary data shows Brisbane had a clearance rate last week of 65.7 per cent from 70 results registered, while the total number of auctions hit 129.The same time last year, Brisbane’s clearance rate sat at 48.4 per cent with a total 111 auctions.Saturday’s sale under the hammer of a renovated Red Hill cottage was a new street record.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours ago36 Federal St, Red HillThe three-bedroom, one-bathroom house at 36 Federal St sold for $788,000 to Melbourne buyers who secured the property as a long-term investment.McGrath Paddington sales agent Brendan Mayles said he welcomed more than 80 inspections during the four week marketing campaign.
Glenn Allen Burris, 46, of Aurora, IN, passed away Friday, May 27, 2016 in Lawrenceburg, IN.He was born Sunday, September 21, 1969 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, Son of George “Glenn” Burris and Martha Burris.Glenn worked as the Horseshoe Lake Campground manger. He was a self-employed Home Renovator and Real Estate Broker and mechanic. He loved his home renovation business, Burris and Associates. The business allowed him to work with his son Justin, teaching him the skills related to the business.Glenn was a graduate of South Dearborn High School. He was a wrestler while in school and continued in the sport by being an assistant coach. Glenn was a workaholic. He enjoyed his work of renovating old houses and making them look new. His building and craftsmanship showed the pride that he took in his work. He also loved camping, old country music, kayaking, stained glass work, gardening, old Westerns and beekeeping. He valued spending time with friends, dogs, Roxy and Axle and family the most. He will be missed by all..Surviving are his wife, Mary Jean Pfister Burris; children, Justin L. Burris and Reagan L. Burris of Aurora, IN; Father, Glenn Burris of Rising Sun, IN; Mother, Martha Burris of Aurora, IN; Siblings, Brian (Becky) Burris of Burlington, KY, Ruth Penny of Aurora, IN, Jennifer (Terry) Jackson of Rising Sun, IN, Mary (J.R.) Hardison of Moores Hill, IN.Friends will be received 5:00 – 8:00 PM, Thursday, June 2, 2016 at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home, Friday, June 3, 2016 at 12:00 PM.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, IN.Contributions may be made to Love the Hungry . If unable to attend, please call the office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Harry Kane thought he had equalised moments later but his strike was controversially ruled out by VAR because of a handball by Lucas Moura in the build-up.Spurs were unable to mount a response after that as they struggled to break through a strong Sheffield United defence.Instead, Chris Wilder’s men added a second midway through the second half when Lys Mousset turned in Enda Stevens’ cutback from close range.And an ultimately comfortable victory was completed in the closing stages as Oli McBurnie swept in for his fifth goal of the season.Kane, who had another goal ruled out for offside at 2-0, finally got on the scoresheet when he steered in Son Heung-min’s cross for his 13th goal of the season, but it was to be only a consolation strike.Victory moves Sheffield United above their opponents into seventh in the Premier League, five points behind Manchester United and Wolves, who are fifth and sixth respectively.Tottenham, who have not finished outside the top six since 2009, are ninth, seven points adrift of Wolves.It had been a tough return to Premier League football for United, with Wilder’s side having lost all three games after the restart without scoring a goal.Their lack of attacking threat had not helped their cause as the Blades failed to manage more than a single shot on target in each of those three league fixtures.But they started against Spurs with much more intent in the final third and both George Baldock and David McGoldrick found the target early on, albeit with tame attempts.Having conceded six goals in their previous two Premier League outings, the Blades had recently lost some of the confident, attacking swagger they had displayed earlier in the season, but that all came flooding back at the moment they opened the scoring.The goal came from a flowing move that opened up the Tottenham defence before Berge turned in Chris Basham’s cutback.From then on, Sheffield United looked much more like their old self – strong in defence and capable in attack – and the win, particularly given the strength of the opponents it came against, will provide a much needed boost as they look to claim a top-six finish – something that would be an incredible accomplishment on their first season back in the top flight.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Sheffield United picked up their first win since the Premier League restarted as they produced a hugely impressive 3-1 display against Tottenham to keep alive their hopes of playing European football next season.Elsewhere, Manchester City dealt newly crowned champions Liverpool a damning 4-0 crushing of the Reds at Etihad.Sheffield’s record signing Sander Berge opened his account for the club with a neat finish in the first half, completing a fine, attacking move by the hosts.
Former French selector Jacques Santini officially handed a candidacy for coach of the football team of Bosnia and Herzegovina.The celebrated French coach is highly interested in acquiring our national team, with whom, as he said in his application, will be able to realize the Euro 2016 in France.Among all candidates for BH selectors, Santini is coach with the best biography, considering that he won the French championship and the cup with Lyon, and as a selector of France has a gold medal from the Confederations Cup in 2003.Jacques Santini is one of the most accomplished football managers in France. Together with Jean Michel Aulas and Bernard Lacombe he was involved in the transformation of Lyon into a French football giant.Santini was chosen as “The best French coach” on 2002 by France Football and World’s The Best National Coach of the Year on 2003 by International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) Santini replaced Roger Lemerre as France manager in 2002. He had already resigned from the position before Euro 2004, where France surprisingly lost to Greece in the quarter-final.Santini took the managerial position at Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur after Euro 2004. He surprisingly announced his resignation after just 13 games. Officially, Santini left England due to personal problems, but it was widely reported that a series of disagreements with then Sporting Director Frank Arnesen led to his departure. Speaking in 2005, Santini said he quit partly because he felt agreements with the club were broken, but he admitted he “dug his own grave” by agreeing to join the club before the end of Euro 2004. (Source: reprezentacija.ba)
In Mostar we have the Old Bridge. It is great for diving. I will probably jump off it once, after I finish my football career; said Asmir Begović, goalkeeper in the national team of BiH and goalkeeper of Chelsea.In the column “Near&Far”, in which the players of Chelsea speak about their countries, Behović said that his hometown Trebinje is his favorite place in BiH. He also said that Sarajevo and Mostar are beautiful.“Bosnians and Herzegovinians are passionate people, dedicated and hardworking,” Begović described his fellow citizens.Begović also added that, in addition to football, other popular sports in BiH are basketball, handball and volleyball.“We are a tall nation and we are talented for those sports,” Begović claims, adding that he wasn’t living in Trebinje from the age of 4 until the age of 19, because of the war.Speaking of football, Begović highlighted two BiH clubs.“We have historical clubs such as Sarajevo and Željezničar. Great players who come from Bosnia are Safet Sušić, Sergej Barbarez, Edin Džeko. We are a very talented nation,” Begović said.(Source: fokus.ba)