3 Armed Mastic Home Invasion Suspects Nabbed

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police have arrested three men for allegedly committing a home invasion in Mastic during which authorities said the trio threatened to cut a victim with a knife last month.Dashaun Kearney, 18, Matthew Avara and Joshua Massaro, both 20, pleaded not guilty at Suffolk County court to charges of burglary and criminal mischief.Police said the three Mastic Beach men broke the front window of the victim’s Wavecrest Drive home, kicked in the front and side door and broke down the victim’s bedroom door at 12:47 a.m. on Sunday, July 12.The suspects then threatened to cut the victim with a knife and displayed what appeared to be a handgun, police said. The victim was treated for a laceration at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. The suspects didn’t steal anything, police added.Judge Fernando Comacho set bail for Massaro at $40,000 cash or $20,000 bond. Bail for Rivera was set at $30,000 cash or $15,000 bond. And bail for Kearney was set at $10,000 cash or $5,000 bond.Rivera is due back in court Monday, Massaro is due back Sept. 9 and Kearney is due back Sept. 14.last_img read more

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CB Europe chief is first merger casualty

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Arsenal teenager Karl Hein explains why he rejected Manchester United for Gunners move

first_imgArsenal teenager Karl Hein explains why he rejected Manchester United for Gunners move Advertisement Comment Advertisementcenter_img Karl Hein signed for Arsenal in 2018 (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal goalkeeper Karl Hein had the chance to join a number of clubs when he left Estonia in 2018, including Manchester United, but says the ‘discipline and organisation’ of the Gunners impressed him more than at any other team.The 18-year-old goalkeeper arrived at Arsenal from FC Nomme in July 2018 having had trials at Man Utd and Brighton, and has since gone on to sign his first professional contract in May last year.The Estonian appears to have a bright future ahead of him at Arsenal, but it could easily have been at Old Trafford, had it not been for some delayed transport when he visited Manchester.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Manchester United’s offer was a shock because it’s such a big club and I admired Edwin Van der Sar and their 2008 team, whose videos I’ve watched on YouTube,’ said Hein.ADVERTISEMENT‘Therefore, at first, it seemed a little bit unbelievable that I would have the opportunity to go to that club.‘I went to every club to show myself. I was at United for three days, in other clubs for a little longer. 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 City‘The first impression might have been deceptive, but it seemed to me that discipline and the organisational side, as well as other details, were at a higher level at Arsenal.‘In Manchester, for example, transport was always late, which is why I was late for training.‘The reception at Arsenal was very friendly and the club left a very good impression, because, let’s be honest, there was no difference in terms of level because both Arsenal and United are among the top in the world.’Hein suffered a broken wrist in training last season, which set his progress back, but has impressed at Arsenal and is competing for the number one spot in the Under-23s side after making appearances for the Under-18s team.MORE: Arsenal flop Unai Emery refuses to rule out Premier League returnMORE: Arsenal and Man Utd target Dayot Upamecano performs transfer U-turnFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 30 Apr 2020 8:02 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.8kShareslast_img read more

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Gold Coast penthouse sells for $3 million after achieving the impossible

first_imgPanoramic views from the Albatross Avenue penthouse that achieved the impossible.A SEEMINGLY impossible penthouse deal has gone ahead after neighbours agreed to chip in for a $350,000 special levy to make the building prettier.The Gold Coast beachfront penthouse had initially hit the market at $2.95m in November, but a Brisbane buyer agree to pay $3m for the residence on Albatross Ave, Mermaid Beach after neighbours agreed to major upgrades all round.“We’ve negotiated with the other two owners in the building to do a significant refurbishment to the entire building so a “special levy” of $350,000 (split between residents) plus the money in the sinking fund will go into upgrading the building,” marketing agent Michael Kollosche of Kollosche Prestige Agents told The Gold Coast Bulletin.Sit in the pool and soak up that view!“It was a component of the transaction that we had to do to get the deal done. That was why we were able to sell it for $3 million.”Mr Kollosche said the buyers loved the beachfront aspect, private rooftop terrace and the 373sq m floor size.Despite buying the property for $2.8 million last year, Mr Kollosche said the sellers would not have made a huge profit after the negotiated “special levy”, selling costs and stamp duty were taken into consideration.Inside the luxury Mermaid Beach penthouse.Triple penthouse sells for 2006 priceMega mansion sells for $9mSmaller renovations on the riseVendors Hugh and Catherine Ellis had bought the property to use as a holiday home.“We looked at a number of apartments in Broadbeach high-rises and also boutique buildings, and quickly identified that Albatross Ave and Hedges Ave were very conveniently located to all of the amenities, cafes and shops with the added bonus of also being a low-density community,” Mr Ellis said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“Wearing our investment hat, we also liked that the neighbouring properties were achieving sales from $5 million to $25 million. The old saying is to buy one of the cheaper homes in the best streets.”Look up and you can see the pool!The apartment takes up two levels of the building’s four floors and is one of three in the complex.The master bedroom has an ensuite with spa, dressing room and terrace to make the most of the ocean views.The remaining two bedrooms have a shared balcony with views of the Hinterland.Wraparound windows and bi-fold doors in the open plan living area frame the ocean views.A private rooftop terrace also offers sweeping vistas of the Gold Coast skyline, ocean and Hinterland.It has a covered barbecue area, dining pavilion and spa.3/57 Albatross Avenue. Mermaid BeachA standout feature of the penthouse is the rooftop plunge pool with glass bottom that acts as a skylight, allowing natural light to filter through to the living area.The couple enjoyed all the features the home had to offer but decided to buy a bigger property close by.“We enjoyed our first six months in the penthouse so much that we purchased another larger property on Hedges Ave in late 2017,” he said.The sale follows a $5.25 million transaction on Hedges Ave last week.sophie.foster@news.com.au The rooftop pool and spa at 3/57 Albatross Avenue, Mermaid Beachlast_img read more

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Brisbane’s million-dollar club to double as house prices jump

first_imgTrent Jordan and Belinda Jeffrey with Cara Jordan, 11, at the house they are selling in Dutton Park, which is tipped to become a million dollar suburb in three years. Photo: Steve Pohlner.BRISBANE’S million dollar club could more than double in the next three years if predictions for a massive jump in house prices come to fruition.As many as 35 “Cinderella” suburbs could have median house prices of more than $1 million by 2022, based on BIS Oxford Economics’ forecast that Brisbane could outstrip other capital cities and surge by 20 per cent over the next three years.Forecast Median House Price Growth 2019 – 2022, Australian Capital Cities. Source: BIS Oxford Economics.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:20Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:20 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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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 Rate1xFullscreenBrisbane property market taking off01:21Homeowners in Red Hill, Anstead and Windsor are looking at capital growth of at least $160,000, according to projections using the latest figures from property researcher, CoreLogic.RELATED: Auction action: Going, going, gone!Vendors in Rochedale and Ashgrove, where the median house price is $998,000 and $980,000 respectively, could pocket nearly $200,000 without lifting a finger.This tiny cottage at 18 Woolcock St, Red Hill, sold at auction recently for $864,000.There are currently 23 suburbs in Brisbane with a median house price of $1 million or more, according to CoreLogic, but that would increase to 58.BIS Oxford Economics made the bold prediction in its Residential Property Prospects 2019 to 2022 report, which was released in July.This five-bedroom house at 67 Farrell St, Ashgrove, is for sale.BIS Oxford Economics associate director and report author Angie Zigomanis said he still expected Brisbane house prices to grow by 20 per cent over the next three years — the strongest growth of any capital city.“From a fundamental perspective, Brisbane has a lot going for it,” Mr Zigomanis said.MORE: Spring has sprung early for property market“Its population is picking up, construction is falling away so any excess supply is going to get soaked up and the economy will start to pick up.”Mr Zigomanis said the biggest impact would likely be felt closer to 2022 because it “takes a while for the market to gather steam”.This four-bedroom house at 203 Sugars Rd, Anstead, is going to auction.Mr Zigomanis said it was good news for owner occupiers.“If you’re a family looking for a house to live in for a long time, I think it’s a good time to get in to the market,” he said.But from an investor perspective, Mr Zigomanis said it would continue to be challenging.“Even though APRA’s made life easier for borrowers, banks are still putting onerous conditions on investors, so they’ll be out of the market for a while longer,” he said.Angie Zigomanis from BIS Oxford Economics.Other property experts are predicting even higher price growth for Brisbane over the coming years.Select Residential Property Research Group research director Jeremy Sheppard said median house prices in the top Brisbane suburbs could grow by a whopping 25 per cent by 2022.Mr Sheppard said SRP’s research was based on data from real­estate.com.au, CoreLogic and the Bureau of Statistics.Under his predictions, Red Hill and Keperra come out on top for forecast growth, with median house prices potentially set to increase by about $215,000 and $130,000 respectively.This three-bedroom house at 10 Fitzsimmons St, Keperra, is for sale.Mr Sheppard also expects Mount Gravatt, Rochedale South, Arana Hills, Morningside, Chermside West and Tingalpa to record strong house price growth by 2022.Place Estate Agents chief executive Damian Hackett said he expected growth to be seen in suburbs that were already in high demand, but also those suburbs that were on the cusp of those areas.He said those suburbs known as “Cinderella suburbs” were more affordable, yet still offered a similar lifestyle to the high demand suburbs.“Based on our research, we expect to see a median house price spike past the million-dollar mark in suburbs like Hendra, Camp Hill, Indooroopilly and Norman Park,” Mr Hackett said.This three-bedroom house at 17 Henderson St, Camp Hill, is going to auction.“These are areas that already have multimillion-dollar homes and the older homes are either being knocked down and rebuilt or beautifully renovated.”Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland expects the southeast corner of the state to continue to attract interstate migration due to its relative affordability and lifestyle.The boss of the largest network in the state expects suburbs like Bardon and Ashgrove to continue to appreciate in value and crack the million dollar median club soon.“Both of these premium suburbs have had positive growth for the last five years,” Mr Warland said.Ray White Queensland chief executive Tony Warland.LJ Hooker Queensland sales leader Roger Carr predicts Dutton Park will experience strong house price growth.“In the Brisbane State High School catchment, Dutton Park’s popularity was underpinned over the last 12 months with CoreLogic recording a 14.1 per cent growth in the median house price to $964,250,” Mr Carr said.“Interest continues to rise in the area and low interest rates are encouraging buyers to add value to their properties through renovations.”This heritage-listed house at 218 Gladstone Rd, Dutton Park, is for sale.Brisbane couple Trent Jordan and Belinda Jeffrey are selling 32 Park Road West, Dutton Park, with a view to buying in the same suburb.Dutton Park has a median house price of $964,250, according to CoreLogic, but that would jump to $1.16 million by 2022 if BIS Oxford Economics’ predictions are correct.Mr Jordan said he loved living in the suburb because of its convenience to the city, access to transport and lifestyle amenities, and the fact his house was in the Brisbane State High School catchment.Marketing agent Deb Maguire of Place Estate Agents – Kangaroo Point said Dutton Park was benefitting from the overflow from surrounding suburbs like Highgate Hill.”People are trying to get houses in Highgate Hill, West End and South Brisbane, but cannot get a foot in there for under $1.5 million as a general rule,” Ms Maguire said.She said Dutton Park was becoming more popular with young, executive couples looking to upgrade from an apartment to a house close to the city.“You’re finding quite a lot of homes there are being gentrified and you do capitalise on the fact that you’ve got good sized blocks,” Ms Maguire said.“Generally, the houses are older style houses. There’s a mix of workers’ cottages and Queenslanders.”Ms Maguire said the house at 32 Park Road West would grow in value because of its location in the Brisbane State High School catchment.McGrath Queensland state manager Justin Marsden expects Gumdale, Wakerley and Manly to outperform in the next few years.“Gumdale continues to increase its average sales price off the back of Chandler’s high demand,” Mr Marsden said.“Although Gumdale is not solely acreage properties like Chandler, with a current average sales price of $920,000, and only 20 minutes from Brisbane CBD, it will be the next Brisbane suburb to be included in the $1 million club.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoThis five-bedroom house at 88 Archer St, Gumdale, is for sale.Mr Marsden said Manly also continued to grow and was becoming highly sough-after from inner-city Brisbane and interstate buyers looking for “the quieter life”.He predicts the suburb will enter the million dollar club by 2021 or 2022.***BRISBANE’S NEXT MILLION DOLLAR SUBURBSSuburb – Median house price – Predicted median price by 2022Rochedale – $998,000 – 1,197,600Ashgrove – $980,000 – $1,176,000Kangaroo Point – $967,000 – $1,160,400Dutton Park – $964,250 – $1,157,100Bardon – $946,250 – $1,135,500Highgate Hill – $940,000 – $1,128,000Gumdale – $938,000 – $1,125,600Camp Hill – $925,000 – $1,110,000Grange – $920,000 – $1,104,000Graceville – $907,500 – $1,089,000Norman Park – $902,500 – $1,083,000Fig Tree Pocket – $901,750 – $1,082,100Kenmore Hills – $899,500 – $1,079,400Spring Hill – $897,500 – $1,077,000Sherwood – $895,000 – $1,074,000Taringa – $891,500 – $1,069,800Toowong – $890,500 – $1,068,600Indooroopilly – $888,000 – $1,065,600Mount Ommaney – $880,363 – $1,056,435Lutwyche – $870,000 – $1,044,000Yeronga – $867,500 – $1,041,000Alderley – $860,000 – $1,032,000East Brisbane – $860,000 – $1,032,000Yeerongpilly – $860,000 – $1,032,000Carindale – $856,570 – $1,027,884Gordon Park – $856,000 – $1,027,200Wooloowin – $852,500 – $1,023,000Coorparoo – $850,000 – $1,020,000Newmarket – $850,000 – $1,020,000Red Hill – $848,500 – $1,018,200Petrie Terrace – $847,000 – $1,016,400Anstead – $844,000 – $1,012,800Windsor – $840,000 – $1,008,000(Source: CoreLogic)Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:19Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:19 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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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 Rate1xFullscreenThe 6 best coastal homes that have sold01:19last_img read more

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Highlights of the Week

first_imgFunadhoo Land Reclamation Scheme Kicks OffThe land reclamation operations for new airport development project at Funadhoo island of Shaviyani Atoll are now underway, local media reports. Flinders Ports Boss Highlights Importance of Outer Harbor DredgingIt is expected that the Flinders Ports’ Outer Harbor Channel Widening Project will begin in Autumn 2018, avoiding dredging in summer when seagrass is more susceptible to damage from turbidity impacts. Hopper Dredger Brasinho Capsizes Off ArmonaThe hopper dredger Brasinho, owned by the Faro based dredging company Sofareias, has overturned off the Ria Formosa island of Armona, Portugal. VIDEO: Royal IHC Launches Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger DC OrisantThe launching ceremony of new multi-purpose 5.450m³ trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) DC Orisant took place earlier this week at the Royal IHC’s shipyard in Krimpen aan den IJssel, the Netherlands.center_img Dredging Today brings you an overview of the most popular stories from the past week (January 15-21, 2018). Turkish Government Announces Kanal Istanbul Final RouteThe Turkish Government has announced the final route of a new waterway aimed to reduce shipping traffic on the busy Bosphorus Strait – the Kanal Istanbul Project.last_img read more

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Efforts to Restore Crab Bank Gain Momentum

first_imgBoeing South Carolina has announced it would donate $100,000 to aid fundraising efforts to restore Crab Bank in the Charleston Harbor, critical sea and shorebird nesting habitat that has significantly eroded in recent years due to wind, waves, and storms.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is currently dredging as part of the Charleston Harbor deepening project and can use sediment from the harbor to restore Crab Bank.It’s a viable option that requires a local match of about $1.5 million by December. To date, and with support from Boeing South Carolina, the effort has raised more than $365,000 for Crab Bank’s restoration.Crab Bank is one of only five seabird sanctuaries managed and protected by the SCDNR. In previous years, birders saw a frenzy of activity on Crab Bank and as many as 5,000 nests active in a single season.The Bank provided habitat for brown pelicans, black skimmers, royal terns, American oystercatchers, and many other coastal birds designated as conservation priority species. But 2018 marked the first time in a half-century that birds did not nest on Crab Bank.The island is an economic driver for Shem Creek, a vibrant working waterfront, and it contributes to coastal tourism, outdoor education, and scientific research.last_img read more

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‘Possible gag order vs ABS-CBN won’t hamper Senate probe’

first_imgMANILA – The move of the Office ofSolicitor General to gag the ABS-CBN Corporation will not affect the Senate’sscheduled inquiry on the renewal of the franchise of the broadcasting network, Sen.Franklin Drilon said. “Such gag order, if ordered, cannotserve as a prohibition for ABS-CBN to appear and testify before the Senatepanel,” Drilon said. “the fact that there is a pendingcase before the Supreme Court on the ABC-CBN franchise does not precludecongressional hearings in aid of legislation,” Drilon said. Calida on Tuesday filed a petitionasking the Supreme Court to issue a gag order to prohibit ABS-CBN fromreleasing statements. “The unremitting obligation ofevery citizen is to respond to subpoenas, to respect the dignity of theCongress and its committees, and to testify fully with respect to matterswithin the realm of proper investigation,” he added. “The Supreme Court cannot prohibitpersons to appear and testify before congressional inquiries in aid oflegislation,” Drilon said. “The petition cannot prevent the Senatefrom hearing the issues on ABS-CBN. The petition has no effect on theSenate.”center_img The Ilonngo lawmaker said even if theSupreme Court will grant SolGen Jose Calida’s gag order motion, the Senate willnot be prohibited from requiring persons to appear and testify. Drilon further said that it is the dutyof the witnesses and resource persons to cooperate with the Senate in itsefforts to obtain the facts needed for intelligent legislative action./PN Drilon emphasized that the Constitutionand various jurisprudence have many times upheld the power of the Senate toconduct inquiries in aid of legislation and to exercise its oversight power. The SolGen’s petition was filedimmediately after the Senate Committee on Public Services decided to hear theapplication for the renewal of the franchise of ABS-CBN and the resolutionfiled by Drilon extending the validity of the franchise of the broadcasting networkuntil the end of 2022.last_img read more

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Indiana Region Red Cross mobilizes ‘Florence’ relief

first_imgIndianapolis, In. —  The Indiana Region of the American Red Cross continues to prepare for a large relief effort across multiple states as Hurricane Florence continues its march toward the East Coast. Already 26 Indiana volunteers and staff have deployed or are deploying. Additionally, emergency response vehicles and disaster relief supplies are being prepositioned prior to the storm’s arrival. This is a dangerous storm predicted to grow even stronger, and the Red Cross urges people in its path to obey evacuation orders and get ready now.The Red Cross is preparing to help as many as 100,000 people in the affected areas and is working with state and local officials to identify and prepare evacuation shelters. More than 700 disaster workers are in route to the region to help. The Red Cross is also deploying vehicles, equipment and relief supplies and will continue to do so until it is no longer safe to travel.As the storm passes, the Red Cross is preparing to provide shelter for tens of thousands of people until they can return home or find other places to stay.HOW YOU CAN HELP The Red Cross depends on financial donations to be able to provide disaster relief immediately. Help people affected by Hurricane Florence by visiting redcross.org, calling 1- 800-RED CROSS or texting the word FLORENCE to 90999 to make a $10 donation.Donations enable the Red Cross to prepare for, respond to and help people recover from this disaster. The Red Cross honors donor intent. Donors can designate their donation to Hurricane Florence relief efforts by choosing that option when donating on redcross.org or on 1-800-RED CROSS. The best way to ensure your donation will go to a specific disaster is to write the specific disaster name in the memo line of a check. We also recommend completing and mailing the donation form on redcross.org with your check.last_img read more

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Batesville Area Arts Council releases ‘Project 229’

first_imgBatesville, In. — The Batesville Area Arts Council (Formerly RAA) says production of the hardcover, professional art photography book is complete and can be ordered online. The chapters make up a collection of the unique, historic and beautiful scenes of the Batesville and Oldenburg areas.Project 229 is inspired by the roadway that connects our communities, State Road 229. The name is designed to create curiosity, and ultimately an appreciation of the beautiful corner of the state we call home.A special unveiling and book signing will be held at the RomWeber Marketplace on Monday, November 5 at 7 p.m. Copies of the book can also be ordered online here. Orders can be shipped for $6 or picked up.last_img read more

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