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Reasons for optimism

first_imgKeyes & Co principal Damien Keyes says the Townsville property market will improve.PROPERTY prices in Townsville are continuing to drop despite an increase in confidence according to latest Queensland Market Monitor report. The report, compiled by the Real Estate Institute of Queensland, examined property data from the September quarter.For the September quarter Townsville median house prices fell 1.5 per cent to $330,000 while the quarterly median unit sale price fell 15.5 per cent to $236,000.However days on market reduced from 70 in August 2016 to 64 days in August this year.In the same period vendor discounting in the house market fell from 8.6 per cent to 7.8 per cent and the most active price bracket was for house sales below $350,000.REIQ regional director and Keyes & Co Property owner Damien Keyes said there were positive indicators. “Volume has lifted for this quarter so it feels like a good platform is being built for the early part of next year,” he said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“External investors are picking off these cheaper properties so I think 2018 will be a case of really watching the sales volumes because that will be the first indicator of prices increasing.“Agents are saying October and November were really strong and I don’t think you’ll see huge price jumps but you’ll see an overall increase in confidence in Townsville’s property market.”In more positive news for Townsville rental vacancy rates have fallen to 4.3 per cent, down from 7.1 per cent in September 2016.Rent prices have also remained steady at $285 a week for three-bedroom houses, $240 a week for two-bedroom units and $300 a week for three-bedroom townhouses.The report flagged the Port of Townsville’s proposed $1.64 billion expansion, the stadium project, Haughton Pipeline duplication, airport redevelopment and Townsville being the FIFO hub for Adani as economic growth drivers. The report stated that the Townsville property market was expected to improve in 2018.“The regional economic outlook looks promising as a number of large projects … commence injecting investment to the region and creating job opportunities,” the report stated.“Considering the strong infrastructure program, the REIQ remains positive about the future of the Townsville housing market. However, the house and unit sale markets are still classed as falling as there is not yet evidence that demand is improving to achieve price stabilisation.”last_img read more

SU curling club competes at National College Curling Championship

first_img Published on April 22, 2019 at 11:57 am Contact Joshua: jbaker04@syr.edu Comments A year ago, Syracuse junior Paul Mokotoff attended a curling tournament, also known as a bonspiel, at the Utica Curling Club. At the time, Syracuse didn’t have a curling team. Mokotoff had to pull together enough interested students, secure a location to practice and find opportunities for competition. SU sociology professor Rebecca Schewe and Mokotoff created the SU curling club about a year ago, coordinating with Recreation Services and officially establishing the team on April 4, 2018. The team currently has eight members, but Mokotoff, now the club president, hopes that their success this season can be used as a recruiting tool.“We do not hold tryouts,” Shewe said. “As a new club, we welcome all members. We have a few members who have curled previously but most are brand new.”Curling is a sport that combines hockey, darts, and shuffleboard. Players slide stones towards a target area that is segmented into four concentric circles on a sheet of ice that is somewhat different from ice for hockey or figure skating. Two teams of four take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones, also called rocks, across the ice curling sheet towards a circular target on the ice called the house. As the rock slides across the ice, two players sweep the ice ahead of the rock to increase its distance. Each team has eight stones, with each player throwing two. The goal is to accumulate the highest score for a game; points are scored for the stones resting closest to the center of the house at the conclusion of each end, which is completed when both teams have thrown all of their stones. A game usually consists of eight or ten rounds.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textShewe learned to curl what she was a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin. She has been a member at the Madison Curling Club, the Dunedin Curling Club in New Zealand, the Kalamazoo Curling Club and now the Utica Curling Club. The team is affiliated with the Utica Curling Club and the United States Curling Association. After just one year, the team qualified for the National College Curling Championship on March 8-10 against Broomstones Curling Club.The team plays in head-to-head matches against others schools and works on various skills. Helping the newer curlers hone their skills in delivering and sweeping is especially important now that they are headed to the National Championships soon. “The more experienced players and newbies are both working on their different throwing weights (speeds),” Mokotoff said, “which will help us get a better sense of the required weight (speed) a stone needs to be thrown for certain types of shots during a game.”center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

With focus on D’Angelo Russell’s return, Lakers’ Brook Lopez faces his old team too

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error San Pedro: Pet Pals plan Saturday fund-raiser The center averaged more than 20 points per game six times in his nine-year run with the Nets. He was constantly the subject of trade rumors, and though he might not have been destined to spend his entire career in one place, he certainly put down roots, which has created a bit of a learning curve playing for a new team for the first time. NANCE UPDATEA day after breaking a bone in his left hand, forward Larry Nance Jr. underwent surgery and is expected to miss four-to-six weeks.The surgery to replaced the fractured second metacarpal was performed by Dr. Steven S. Shin.Coach Luke Walton opted to start rookie Kyle Kuzma in Nance’s place. In eight games, Nance averaged 10.6 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game.“I think we’ll be more equipped to handle it right now than we were when we lost Zo in the preseason, we lost Brook in the preseason,” Walton said. “Because we were still trying to put so much stuff in. But obviously Larry’s been so solid for us since the season’s started.”ALSOCenter Andrew Bogut was inactive against the Nets due to tightness in his back. Forward Luol Deng was active for the first time since making an opening night start. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers“It’s been interesting,” said Lopez, who lived in Los Angeles through the second grade. “Being obviously at home helps a lot, having people I love helps the transition.”Lopez is averaging 13.6 points per game. Were that number to hold, it would be his lowest scoring output since his rookie year in 2008-09, when he averaged 13 points.Lopez scored a season-high 27 points in Portland. LOS ANGELES — It was easy to forget on Friday that D’Angelo Russell was not the only player facing a team that had drafted him and made him the face of the franchise.Brook Lopez spent the first nine seasons of his career with the Nets, first in New Jersey and then helping lead the migration to Brooklyn. He was an All-Star in 2013, reached the playoffs twice and last season became a 3-point threat before being traded to the Lakers in exchange for Russell.“I am sure it will be weird,” Lopez said after the loss in Portland on Thursday, “but I always try to prepare for every game the same way. Keep as many things normal and keep the variables down as much as possible.”Related Articles Asked about his former center, Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson described Lopez as a “great guy, incredibly skilled player. Heck of a player, ton of respect for him. I enjoyed being around him every day.”Lopez is in the final season of a maximum contract extension he signed in 2015.From the other side of the floor on Thursday, Lopez looked at a team that has radically transformed even since he last played there. As the franchise welcomed, and then said goodbye to, stars like Joe Johnson, Deron Williams, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, Lopez was a constant.Eventually, the Nets bid him farewell, too.“I always wanted to see a great foundation built there and be a part of that,” Lopez said. “It is tough not being a part of that. I wanted to see something great built there and that didn’t exactly happen.”last_img read more