Muriel and Bernard Costello loved their Queenslander at 101 Kingsley Tce, Manly.Ms O’Regan said she would be sad to say goodbye to the family home but with her parents now both gone, the time had come to let it go.“It will be an end of quiet significant chapter for the family,” she said. “But my father would want to be passed on to another family, to someone who could restore the house.” The 810sq m property will go to auction at 2pm on Saturday, October 21. Bernard and Muriel Costello on their wedding day in Ely, England, 1945.“Dad wasn’t too keen to go to the dance but he did and that’s where he saw my mother. He thought she was beautiful, so he asked her to dance,” she said. The couple married during the war and the new Mrs Costello followed her husband to Australia. In 1961 Mr Costello was a working as Commonwealth Bank manager when he was sent from Rockhampton to Brisbane’s bayside to open a new branch in Cleveland. Mr and Mrs Costello loved sitting in the sunroom.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The Costellos bought a 30-year-old Queenslander at 101 Kingsley Tce to be close to good schools and the bay.“Back then a number of the houses didn’t have fences so all the neighbourhood children would gather in this big area and play cricket and football,” Ms O’Regan said. “We’d have Christmas and family celebrations under the house and barbecues in the backyard. The dining room was the setting for many Costello family dinners.“Mum and Dad loved the views and loved that the home was an old Queenslander. “Their favourite room was the front sun room — they loved sitting out there listening to music, reading and having great conversations about anything and everything. “It’s a house full of love, laughter, good conversations and good food.” The home at 101 Kingsley Tce, Manly.THE family home of two World War II veterans will be on offer for the first time in 56 years when it goes under the hammer in Manly this weekend.The two-bedroom Queenslander at 101 Kingsley Tce, with original VJ walls and breezeways, was the much loved home of Bernard Costello, a RAAF navigator who flew 30 missions over occupied Europe in a Lancaster bomber, and his Welsh wife, Muriel, who cared for the wounded as a RAF nurse.The couple’s youngest daughter, Jenny O’Regan said her parents met at a dance while stationed in Ely, England, during the war.
Philip and Gianna Di Bella now have a new New Farm at home. Picture: Annette Dew.COFFEE king Phillip Di Bella and his wife Gianna, have beaten two other interested buyers to secure a New Farm home for $6.5 million.The couple, who have listed their 30 Turner St, New Farm home for sale, bought the 1016sq m residence in Sydney St, New Farm which was architecturally designed by Monster Ideas Architects and built by CGH Construction.Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm negotiated the sale which was finalised on Friday.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours ago“There were three seriously interested parties in the Sydney St home which sits on the corner of Oxlade Drive,” Mr Lancashire said. The new home at Sydney St, New Farm.He said the Di Bella’s were very happy with the new home for their family and that interest was also good for the home they were selling. It was targeted at $5 million plus buyers.“The Brisbane prestige property market seems to be off to a flying start and we expect to see many more high-end sales take place over the coming months,” Mr Lancashire said.Mr Di Bella said it would be sad to leave the Turner Ave home, however it was time for a change for the family.“It’s an amazing home and we hope the next family will enjoy it as much as we have,” Mr Di Bella said.
Norway-based cement company JT Cement AS has ordered a pneumatic cement carrier from Dutch Ferus Smit shipyard, Erik Thun said.As informed, the newbuild will be a sister vessel of M/V Greenland and is scheduled for delivery in July 2019.“The vessel will be an improved version of Greenland but with a somewhat larger cargo carrying capacity at 8.000 dwt. In addition, we will increase the LNG tank capacity to 200 m3, improving the steaming time on LNG,” according to Erik Thun.The project will be handled by MF Shipping Group with support from KGJS project department and KGJC cargo handling team.JT Cement AS, which owns a fleet of seven smaller specialized pneumatic cement carriers, recently got another owner. NovaAlgoma Cement Carriers acquired a 25% ownership interest in the company, joining KGJ Cement Holdings and Erik Thun AB.
Van Oord’s cable-laying vessel Nexus has loaded the final batch of inter-array cables for the Borkum Riffgrund 2 wind farm and is now installing them in the German North Sea.The expected date of the completion of the works in the field is August 07, 2018, Van Oord’s spokesperson said.Nexus is deployed to install a total of 110 kilometers of cable to later connect the 56 wind turbines with the offshore substation at the Ørsted’s offshore wind farm.The cables for Borkum Riffgrund 2 were manufactured by Nexans in Hanover.After construction is completed, Borkum Riffgrund 2 will have an export capacity of around 450 megawatts and will be able to supply green electricity for the equivalent of around 460,000 German households.Full commissioning of the offshore wind farm is planned for 2019.
BACOLOD City – Suspected shabu weighing about 31 grams valued at around P434,000 was seized in a buy-bust operation in Barangay 2. Drug suspects Elmann Mundo and Lloyd Lobaton stand handcuffed while an antidrug officer inspects items seized from them in an entrapment operation in Barangay 2, Bacolod City on May 31. POLICE STATION 2/BCPO The suspects were detained in the custodial facility of Police Station 2. The 39-year-old Elmann Mundo and 43-year-old April Lloyd Lobaton yielded the suspected illegal drugs, a police report showed. Mundo and Lobaton – all residents of Barangay Estefania – were arrested after they sold suspected shabu to an undercover cop for P30,000 around 6:20 p.m. on May 31, it added. Charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed against them./PN
Ima Jean Cox Cook, 81 of Osgood, passed away Monday, November 14, 2016 at Manderley Health Care. She was born on March 19, 1935 in Litt Carr, Kentucky, the daughter of the late Riley J. Parks and Ora Hylton Parks. Ima Jean married Earl Cox on September 5, 1953. He preceded her in death on August 27, 1990. She married Carlos Cook on November 10, 2002, who also preceded her in death on September 30, 2008. Ima Jean was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, and wife. She was a member of Big Creek Old Regular Baptist Church in Dupont, Indiana. Ima Jean enjoyed working on the farm, gardening, quilting and spending time with her family and friends.Survivors include her children, Pamela (Mike) Johnson of Osgood; Carol (Ed) Rudolph of Versailles; Tony (Marilyn) Cox of Osgood; and Cheryl White of Madison. Also surviving are her brothers Wayne Mullins, Amburgey, Kentucky, Billy (Connie) Mullins, Amburgey, Kentucky, and her sister Josephine (David) Mullins, Whitesburg, Kentucky along with 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.In addition to her husbands and parents, she was also preceded in death by daughter Sharon Klusman; brothers Randell Parks, Albert Mullins and Rohndall Mullins; and sister Maxine Franklin.Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood, Indiana with funeral services following. Burial will follow at the Forest Hill Cemetery in Moores Hill, Indiana.Memorials may be given to the Forest Hill Cemetery Fund in care of the funeral home.Neal’s Funeral Home was in charge of making the arrangements.
Napoleon, In. — There will be a blood drive in Napoleon at St. Maurice Catholic Church Hall on Monday, February 5th from 1:00 until 6:30 p.m. Donors must be in good health, at least 17 years old, over 110 pounds, and bring a picture ID.Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Arlene at (812) 852-4394 or visit the donation website.
Batesville, In. — The Batesville Kiwanis Family Carnival is coming to the Village Green Thursday, May 9 through Saturday, May 11.Carnival chairperson Dennis Harmeyer says, “Proceeds from the Carnival benefit: Batesville Intermediate School, “K”-Club, Batesville High School Key Club and Kiwanis Student Leadership Academy; college scholarships available to Batesville High School & Oldenburg Academy students; K-Club for Batesville Intermediate School 5th Grade Students, Cub Scouts; and the Youth Soccer program to name just a few.”Here is more information:May 9 – Ride Bracelet $15 from 5 to 10 p.m.May 10 – Ride Bracelet $15 from 5 to 11 p.m.May 11 – Ride Bracelet $10 from noon to 4 p.m. & $20 from 4 to 11 p.m.Members of the Batesville Kiwanis meet at 6:30 each Tuesday morning at Izzy’s at Hillcrest and new members are always welcome.
Pulis has not selected Berahino since August 15’s draw with Watford due to concerns over the 22-year-old’s state of mind. He now faces the difficult task of reintegrating a player who appeared more than ready to burn his bridges and – while he accepts Berahino’s desire to develop at the top level – he admits the striker will have to work hard to win over both team-mates and fans. Pulis told the Daily Mail: “Saido’s problem has been how he he’s gone about it. I spoke to Saido and told him not to get involved in anything else but football but again, unfortunately, he didn’t listen. By handing in a transfer request, he only antagonised the whole situation. “Respect has to be earned and Saido has to learn that lesson. West Brom have nurtured Saido’s career for over a decade, they deserve the utmost respect and at times unwillingly he has shown them little. He has to grow up and wise up to the fact that people at West Brom have supported him right from the beginning of his career. “It will be difficult to integrate Saido into this group. His attitude will be questioned. The supporters will also be looking for a player who wears their badge with commitment and honesty, they will want to see Saido showing the respect they deserve.” Regardless of those difficulties, Pulis is adamant Berahino’s threat to down tools will not come to pass and that his differences with Peace are separate from footballing concerns. ” His gripe is with Jeremy – as far as I’m concerned, he will play for West Brom again,” he said. ” I don’t think he will talk to Jeremy. The problem is that he thinks he is being used. Press Association Berahino was the subject of several bids from Tottenham during the transfer window and attempted to force through a move, first by submitting a transfer request and then with a tweet in which he threatened “I can officially say I will never play (for club chairman) Jeremy Peace”. He was granted a period of leave – during which he won few friends by tweeting a picture of himself on a private jet – but is due to return to training on Monday and manager Pulis then plans to speak to the player and his mother over dinner. “If you look at the club, Jeremy has sold players when it has suited him. Look at Shane Long, he sold him (to Hull last January) at a time when the club was left without a recognised forward. I think Saido thinks (Peace) is just looking at finances all the time.” Berahino scored 14 Barclays Premier League goals, and 20 in all competitions, last season but has played just twice so far in the new campaign, without finding the net. He earned his first call-up to the senior England squad in November for games against Slovenia and Scotland. Tony Pulis will welcome Saido Berahino back into his West Brom squad – but will do so with some strong words for the controversial striker.
___The reigning World Series champion Washington Nationals have resumed training camp after canceling workouts Monday because of COVID-19 testing delays.General manager Mike Rizzo said the team felt confident about getting back to Nationals Park for practices after receiving all player and staff test results from Friday. The American League champion Houston Astros also canceled workouts Monday and resumed Tuesday.A handful of players did not take part in workouts, including Starlin Castro, Juan Soto, Howie Kendrick and Victor Robles. Without naming names, Rizzo said two players tested positive for the coronavirus and that any players and staff who came into contact with them had to be re-tested___ The investigation comes after last-place Kapfenberger SV apparently breached the anti-coronavirus rules by failing to structurally test its players.The league opened proceedings against Kapfenberg on Monday.___Two more badminton tournaments have been canceled in the revamped calendar because of the coronavirus pandemic.The China Masters in Lingshui was canceled after already being moved from February to May and then to August. Cherno More played a league game against Tsarsko Selo in Sofia on Thursday. The laboratory that conducted pre-match tests admitted the following day that it had not announced that one of the players on the team from Sofia had tested positive.Cherno More says the club is still ready to play on Tuesday against Arda Kardzhali despite the positive tests. The quarantined players would be replaced by members of the team’s junior squad.___The Austrian soccer league has started an investigation into the coronavirus testing procedures of all 16 second-division teams after three players from one club tested positive over the weekend.The league says each club must provide receipts and test results to prove that all players have been tested on a weekly basis since play resumed on June 5 after a 12-week break. A news release from the school did not specify whether it was players or staff members who tested positive. It added that those impacted are being quarantined and proper protocols are being followed.___The R&A is going ahead with the Women’s British Open at Royal Troon without spectators.The Women’s British Open is set for Aug. 20-23 at Royal Troon along the Ayrshire coast of Scotland. It would be the first major on the LPGA Tour schedule that is played this year and it would be the week after the Ladies Scottish Open on the other side of the country just east of Edinburgh.Qualifying for the AIG Women’s British Open has been canceled. The R&A says the field will be comprised of leading players from the women’s world ranking and recognizing top performances at recent events on the world’s leading tours. Associated Press July 7, 2020 Major League Soccer has postponed Wednesday night’s match between Nashville and Chicago Fire.MLS says five Nashville players have received positive tests for COVID-19 since arriving in Orlando. Two players received positive results during the weekend, while three others got their positive results Monday night. Four other Nashville players need further testing after receiving inconclusive results.The league is continuing to evaluate Nashville’s participation in its tournament. FC Dallas withdrew Monday after 10 players tested positive for coronavirus.___New York Liberty guard Asia Durr will miss the upcoming WNBA season after testing positive for the coronavirus on June 8. Durr detailed her struggles with COVID-19 in a post on Instagram. The former Louisville star says she hasn’t fully recovered.The second pick of the 2019 WNBA draft averaged 6.7 points in her rookie season, starting 15 of her 18 appearances before being sidelined for the season with a hip injury.“Asia worked extremely hard this offseason to put herself in position to take a major leap forward in her second WNBA season,” Liberty general manager Jonathan Kolb said. “While we are disappointed that we will need to wait a bit longer to see her emerge as one of the bright young players in the game, we fully recognize and support the difficult decision she had to make amidst unprecedented circumstances. Brooklyn will be ready for her in 2021.”___Two members of Louisville’s men’s basketball program have tested positive for COVID-19 and the team has suspended voluntary activities for two weeks. The Latest: Indians keeping Franmil Reyes away from camp Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Cleveland Indians are keeping outfielder Franmil Reyes away from training camp after they spotted him on social media attending a weekend holiday party without wearing a mask. The R&A says it will create a bio secure zone at Royal Troon for those essential to the championship. It says it will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure a safe championship without spectators.___The International Cycling Union says this year’s BMX world championships have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.The event was scheduled to be held in Houston in May and was at first postponed.The UCI says no new host was found “despite its best efforts to come up with an alternative.” The next BMX worlds are scheduled to start in Papendal, Netherlands, in August 2021. That is one week after the Tokyo Olympics. Four BMX medal events are on the Olympic program.The UCI also says the 2020 season in BMX Freestyle Park and Flatland World Cup will not happen.___Sixteen players and officials from Bulgarian soccer club Cherno More have tested positive for coronavirus.The club from the Black Sea town of Varna says 12 players are among the positive cases and adds “all players who tested positive are quarantined and we have taken the necessary precautions.” Manager Terry Francona said Reyes is not in any trouble with the team. But by not practicing social distancing or wearing a mask he exposed himself — and his teammates — to infection, and the team is being overly cautious.Francona said Reyes, who was traded to Cleveland last season from San Diego, will have to be re-tested for the virus “when it’s appropriate.”“He’s not in the penalty box,” Francona said. “It’s just the way we have to operate right now. So, hopefully we’ll see him soon.”Francona said Reyes, who hit 37 homers combined for the Padres and Indians last season, apologized for not being more careful.“He didn’t so anything bad,” Francona said. “We just have to live by certain guidelines right now.” It was to be the first comeback event but that’s now expected to be the Chinese Taipei Open in Taipei from Sept. 1-6.The Dutch Open in Almere in October was also put off for this year.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports