81/32 Agnes St, AlbionThis penthouse with expansive river and city views at 81/32 Agnes St, Albion has been listed for sale.The four-bedroom apartment has 4.5m high ceilings and open-plan living and dining spaces finished with marble flooring and a feature acoustic wall.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The kitchen includes Miele appliances and a butler’s pantry.There’s an expansive wraparound balcony to take in the vistas and the main bedroom has a marble dressing table, an ensuite with twin vanities, floor-to-ceiling marble and a private courtyard. Other features of the penthouse include a home automation system and laundry. Inspections: By appointment For sale: By negotiation Agent: Simon Caulfield, Place Kangaroo PointTel: 3906 2500, 0437 935 912
Captain Shella Mae Sangrines,spokesperson of the Iloilo City Police Office, said the blaze gutted the policestation’s Women and Children’s Protection Desk (WCPD) office. These firefighters are making sure they have completely put out the fire that hit the police station in Molo, Iloilo City on Feb. 3. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN ILOILO City – Fire razed the policestation in Molo district yesterday afternoon. Sangrines said police were not able tosave police uniforms, a firearm and important papers from the fire. She addedthat police officers on duty were out in the field for beat patrollingduring the incident. Arson investigators have yet to identifythe cause and origin of the fire as of this writing./PN Authorities immediately vacatedthree inmates who are detained inside because of the thick smoke. She said that thick smoke was first seenbillowing from the WCPD office around 2:40 p.m. The WCPD is located in the second floornear the lockup facility of the police station.
Paul H. Suttmann, age 81 of Batesville, died Sunday, June 26, 2016 at the Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Born December 2, 1934 in Batesville, he is the son of Lillian (nee: Niese) and John Suttmann. Paul married Shirley Dickman April 15, 1961 at St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville. He was a member of St. Louis Church and was a factory worker at the Hill-Rom Co. for 44 years before retiring.Paul enjoyed many things throughout his life. He loved nature and the outdoors, especially spending time working in his large garden. During his younger years, he was raised on his family’s farm and enjoyed farming with his family. He loved to go bowling and he could often be found at McDonald’s in the mornings having a cup of coffee and talking to the people that where there. He loved watching The Weather Channel and talking in general to people about the weather. Paul loved to eat food no matter what type of food it was. He was an avid card player with 7up and Solo among his favorites and according to his family, he “Hated to Lose”! Paul’s true passion though was his family. He could often be seen driving around town with his wife Shirley and attending his children’s, grandchildren’s and great-grandchildren’s events over the years.He is survived by his wife Shirley; daughters and sons-in-law Deborah and Terry Nobbe, Paula and Gerard Bosse and Beth and Mark Schutte, all of Batesville; son and daughter-in law Michael and Anne Suttmann of Batesville; sister Clarrisa “Chris” Adams of West Chester, Ohio; brothers Cletus Suttmann of Oldenburg and Albert Suttmann of Sacramento, California; 10 grandchildren, 3 step-grandchildren and 4 great- grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son-in-law Michael Werner; sisters Alvina Herbert, Sarah Jones and Martha Wilhelm; brother Wilbur Suttmann.Visitation is Wednesday, June 29th, from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home in Batesville. Funeral services will be held Thursday, June 30th, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Louis Church in Batesville, with Rev. Stan Pondo officiating. The burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation (CDLS) or the St. Louis Cemetery Fund. (Online condolences may be made at www.weigelfh.com)
Loading… UEFA confirmed on Tuesday that the draws for the remaining rounds of the Champions League and Europa League will take place in July 10 in Nyon. UEFA set date and time for Champions League and Europa League draws The historic headquarters of the governing body will play host to the event which is due to start at 12:00 CET on the aforementioned date. There will be no seedings or drawing regulations with regards to teams from the same country, and anybody will be eligible to play everybody else. In addition to this, there will be a further draw to determine which team will be the designated home side for the final match in both tournaments. The footballing world is excited by the prospect of a rather unique end to the 2019/20 European tournaments which will see all matches played in one country and in one-off matches. Read Also: La Liga: Barcelona suffer title blow in Atletico Madrid draw The round that was not yet completed will take place on August 5 and 6, although ties that didn’t start will now be restricted to a one-off match in accordance with the agreed format change. So, Inter and Getafe will now be a one-off encounter, whilst Manchester United and LASK will be forced to play a second-leg after they completed their first leg prior to the COVID-19 spread into Europe. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Lisbon is set to host the Champions League climax, whilst the Europa League final stages will head to Germany. From August 12 to August 23 there will be a procession of matches at both Benfica and Sporting’s stadiums, though there are a couple of unfinished two-legged ties that need to be finished first. Atalanta, RB Leipzig, Atletico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain had all officially qualified for the quarter-final of the Champions League, but there is yet to be a definitive result from the following ties: Real Madrid-Manchester City, Chelsea-Bayern Munich, Juventus-Lyon and Barcelona-Napoli. Cologne, Duisburg, Gelsenkirchen and Dusseldorf will all play host to the Europa League matches that are left in the season.
(L to R) Marlene Gardner-Matthews, Administrative Attaché, Embassy of Jamaica, Havana; Peter Bailey Charge d’Affaires, Embassy of Jamaica, Havana; Mrs. Sharon Miller Director Economic Affairs Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade; Hon. Pearnel Charlea Jr, Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade; and Ms. Liliana García SocarrásLiaison Officer, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cuba(Source: Facebook) Senator the Honourable Pearnel Charles Jr., Jamaica’s Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade travelled to Havana, Cuba over the past weekend to participate in the 37th Session of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).The biennial Session, which will run from May 7-11 at the Palacio de Convenciones in Havana is the intergovernmental mechanism used to steer the work of ECLAC. It will also be used to examine and assess the organisation’s work and progress over the last two years.Environmental sustainable practices “It is in this forum that pressing issues affecting the region’s sustainable development are addressed and modalities for action agreed. I look forward to sharing with regional colleagues the most environmentally sustainable practices as we seek to advance economic and social development,” stated Charles.High-level seminar The Senator’s statement is in direct relation to the high-level seminar titled, “The Inefficiency of Inequality”. Jamaica has been invited to sit on Panel 4 of that seminar which will address the theme of, ‘Territories, Infrastructure and the Environment: a space for the environmental big push’.Other agenda items for the Session include: enhancing South-South Cooperation, promoting deeper Caribbean engagement with Latin America in pursuit of opportunities for growth and sustainable development and examining the regional agreement on access to information, participation and access to justice in environmental matters in Latin America and the Caribbean.This will be HMOS Charles’ first official overseas trip as State Minister for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, following his Toronto, Canada, Diaspora engagement in April, which overlapped with his time at the Ministry of National Security and the Foreign Ministry.
DES MOINES — The state’s Judicial Nominating Commission has sent the governor the names of three judges as candidates to fill an opening on the Iowa Supreme Court.Governor Reynolds now has 30 days to name a replacement for Justice Daryl Hecht. He resigned in mid-December, for health reasons.Kellyann Lekar of Waterloo is the chief judge in Iowa’s first judicial district. She’s been a judge since 2005 and is one of the three nominees to replace Hecht. Dustria Relph, a district court judge from Corydon, worked as a nurse before becoming a lawyer and she’s on the nominee’s list. Christopher McDonald — the third nominee for the opening on the Iowa Supreme Court — is currently serving on the Iowa Court of Appeals.Nineteen judges and attorneys were interviewed by the Judicial Nominating Commission for this opening on the state’s highest court. The commission’s work happened as Republican lawmakers, including Governor Reynolds, have discussed changing the membership of the commission.