20 Kew Rd, Graceville.Mr Edwards said a family from Bundaberg bought the home at 20 Kew Rd.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“They were bidders at the auction, however it passed in at $1.4 million, and they increased their offer a week or so later,” Mr Edwards said. The downstairs main bedroom was a drawcard to the property.“The new owners are planning to move straight in,” he said. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville.With many families and interstate buyers from Sydney and Melbourne moving to the Graceville area, Mr Edwards said the market was very strong. The property features high ceilings, a wide hallway, and a light-filled staircase. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville.Bi-fold doors extend the living area onto the rear outdoor entertaining zone. Graceville is about 7km away from the Brisbane CBD. The home is close to a cinema, cafes and restaurants. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville.THE sale of a home at Graceville has set a new sales record for properties on 405sq m blocks in the area.Ray White Sherwood selling agent Adam Edwards said the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home sold for $1.515 million on July 10.He said the previous record for a home on a 405sq m block in Graceville was $1.4 million.
Speaking to the official Cricket Australia website, Davies said he had made up his mind to hit six sixes in the over after hitting the first two balls over the ropes. “I had it in the back of my head I wanted to give it a crack and it paid off at the end. I was trying to target (the area) from forward square to cow corner and I was just getting down on the back leg, almost before it was even bowled, and trying to slog sweep them over mid-wicket.”Read More |Happy Birthday Mithali Raj – an Indian legend at the crossroads New Delhi: Oliver Davies did a Yuvraj Singh in an Under-19 National Championship game in Australia between NSW Metro and Northern Territory at the Adelaide Oval. Davies, the NSW Metro captain, blasted six sixes in an over from offspinner Jack James and also notched up his double century. While his first hundred took a total of 74 balls, his next century came off a staggering 39 balls. Davies created plenty of records in the Under-19 National Championships and joined an elite list of batsmen who had achieved this glorious feat. Apart from the six sixes in an over, Davies hit 17 sixes, the most ever in ODIs or List A cricket while he became only the second cricketer in the history of the Under-19 National Championship to hit a double century.In the 40th over of the NSW Metro innings, Davies decided to unleash as he blasted six sixes in the over bowled by James. All the sixes were slog swept over the ropes at deep midwicket. This was the most runs ever hit in an over of the Under-19 National Championships and he joined an elite list. Sir Garfield Sobers and Ravi Shastri are the batsmen to have hit six sixes in an over in First-Class cricket while Herschelle Gibbs achieved the feat in an ODI during the 2007 World Cup encounter between South Africa and the Netherlands in St.Kitts. Yuvraj Singh was the last batsman to achieve this feat when he hit six sixes in an over off Stuart Broad during the World T20 encounter between India and England in Durban 2007.Read More |This Australian cricketer can sing clear lyrics with mouth closedDavies’ blitz helped NSW Metro reach 406/4 and they achieved a 168-run win against Northern Territory. Davies became only the second player after Jason Krejza to hit a double century in this competition. Davies’ record of 17 sixes is also the most in limited-overs cricket, going past the record of 16 sixes hit by Rohit Sharma, AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle. Rohit hit 16 sixes in his knock of 209 against Australia in Bangalore 2013 while de Villiers smashed this tally when he hit the fastest ODI century off 31 balls in Johannesburg 2015. Gayle achieved this mark during his double century knock in the 2015 World Cup against Zimbabwe in Canberra For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In sweeping decisions, last Friday Federal Courts in New York, California and Washington all issued last-minute temporary injunctions to stop the Trump administration’s “public charge” rule, preventing it from taking effect on October 15 as originally planned.Had the controversial rule been allowed to take effect, the new policy would have made it more difficult for immigrants to get green cards by allowing U.S. immigration officials to unilaterally decide whether or not an immigrant will use public benefits including medical and healthcare assistance in the future.What Inadmissibility on Public Charge meansCalled “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds,” the rule expanded the types of prohibited public aid, including cash assistance, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), state and local cash assistance and long-term medical care at government expense, “non-cash” benefits, such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (known as food stamps), Section 8 housing and rental assistance, Medicare Part D prescription drug benefits, and Medicaid in non-emergency situations. The strict policy further required immigrants to provide extensive information and documentation, including those regarding finances, assets, savings, debts, and credit scores among others. The rule granted broad discretion to immigration officials to weigh a wide variety of “negative factors,” including the applicants’ age (specifically if an applicant is under 18 or over 61), health, education, work skills, income and family status, in order to deny their applications for residency (green cards).Forms removed from USCIS websiteAs a result of these temporary court orders, USCIS immigration forms which were specifically revised to implement the new public charge rule have been removed from the USCIS website, including the updated Form I-485 application for residency, Form I-129 and the new form specifically created for immigrants to complete to provide information about income, assets and credit, called Form I-944, Declaration of Self-sufficiency.Efforts to limit immigration to the USThis latest rule is just one in a series of efforts by the White House to limit both legal and illegal immigration to the U.S. President Trump recently signed a proclamation barring the entry of legal immigrants who cannot prove they will have healthcare coverage or the means to pay for it within 30 days of their arrival in the U.S. This latter rule is set to take effect on November 1st. Under this proclamation, entitled: Presidential Proclamation on the Suspension of Entry of Immigrants Who Will Financially Burden the United States Healthcare System, only immigrants who can show they can pay for “reasonably foreseeable medical costs” or are already covered by approved health insurance would be allowed to enter the U.S. As yet, no guidelines have been released by the administration which outline the proof necessary to meet the requirements and to date, no federal lawsuits have been filed to stop implementation of the terms of the proclamation, although challenges may be filed at the last moment!Caution: Halt of public charge isn’t permanentIt’s important to note the halt of the public charge rule is not permanent, and the Trump administration has the option of appealing the temporary injunctions while the lawsuits continue through the regular process in the state courts.The Supreme Court may ultimately grant a review of the issue and with a five to four conservative majority, may well rule in Trump’s favor. As a result, early filings for residency under the current more liberal policies would still be advisable.
Wimbledon 2019: Brit dumps mixed doubles partner — via text — for Coco Gauff FIRST SERVE PERCENTAGEDavis – 75Kerber – 68PERCENTAGE OF POINTS WON ON FIRST/SECOND SERVEDavis – 55/39Kerber – 48/38TOTAL POINTSDavis – 93Kerber – 81 Davis, already wearing heavy strapping on both her left knee and right shoulder, twisted her left ankle midway through the first set yet remarkably recovered.Kerber, a three-time Grand Slam champion, by contrast was completely out of sorts and a break-heavy contest finally went Davis’ way. She’ll play Carla Suarez Navarro next. Related News Angelique Kerber’s Wimbledon title defense ended improbably Thursday in the second round as she was ousted by American Lauren Davis, who overcame an ankle injury to win, 2-6, 6-2, 6-1.Kerber had been in the same section of the draw as Serena Williams and world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty but will not face either star after falling foul of the dangerous, diminutive Davis. The defending #Wimbledon champion is out!World No.95 and lucky loser Lauren Davis beats Angelique Kerber coming from a set down to win 2-6 6-2 6-1Upset of The Championships? pic.twitter.com/Qf9c26a54I— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 4, 2019Davis broke the German immediately in the first, creating the opening with the considerable power of her backhand before Kerber prodded into the net.That backhand was wayward in the following game, but, as in Kerber’s first-round match, the breaks kept coming until the first hold saw the fifth seed 3-2 in front.Davis then skidded toward the net as she sought a response and immediately indicated an issue with her ankle, seeing Kerber ruthlessly break twice to close out the set as she attempted to shake off the problem.A trainer was belatedly called to Davis’ aid, adding more tape to her ankle, and she improbably but deservedly broke at the start of the second.The earlier pattern was repeated as Kerber broke and Davis hit back, with the hobbling right-hander this time getting the breakthrough hold to lead at 3-1, before bravely maintaining her advantage at 4-2.Another break saw Davis ease into a decider and she accelerated out of sight, drawing sloppy errors from the increasingly frustrated Kerber to break three times with relative ease and seal a sensational win.STATISTICAL BREAKDOWNLauren Davis bt Angelique Kerber  2-6 6-2 6-1WINNERS/UNFORCED ERRORSDavis – 45/50Kerber – 13/31ACES/DOUBLE FAULTSDavis – 2/2Kerber – 0/2BREAK POINTS WONDavis – 8/18Kerber – 5/9