Townsville launches first home buyers expo this Saturday

first_imgIan Griffin, Tim Sangricoli, Jess Graniglia, Julia Swain and Paul Trevethan at the Ronald McDonald House North Queensland which has been chosen as the event’s charity.“There are a lot of prospective buyers that out home buying or investing into the `too hard basket’,” she 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“I love helping people achieve their home ownership goals.“This event is a great opportunity to bring together top local businesses that can assist buyers in making their home ownership dream a reality.”Next level marketing will also be holding free homebuyer information sessions throughout the day for those feeling overwhelmed with the process and require a more personalised one on one service.To make the day even more special, the event will be supporting Ronald McDonald House North Queensland, by donating entry fees back to the charity.“We’re honoured to be the charity of choice for the Townsville Home Buyers expo,” said Ronald McDonald House CEO Amy Cooper.“It’s wonderful to have the generous support of the Townsville community, at an event that brings locals together.” The Townsville Home Buyers Expo will be held at Mercure Townsville on April 8, 9am-4pm. ARE you looking to buy your first home or next investment property but don’t know where to start?Townsville first inaugural Home Buyers Expo may have all the answers.Hosted in partnership with Brookstone on the Park and Bayside Bushland Beach, the April 8 event has attracted a wide range of exhibitors, ranging from financiers, builders and land developers right through to the latest in home technology, home automation systems, home wares, solar, pools and much more.Event co-ordinator Jess Graniglia from Next Level Marketing identified the need for the event after continuously being approached by overwhelmed buyers who are new to the home ownership or investment journey.last_img

President Trump Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for Mid-East Peace Deal

first_imgThe Nobel Peace Prize is one of five Nobel Prizes, alongside Physiology or Medicine, Literature, Chemistry and Physics and is awarded on December 10 every year. President Donald Trump has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in reaching the agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.He was nominated by a member of the Norwegian Parliament whose letter also cited Trump’s “key role in facilitating contact between India and Pakistan, and North and South Korea.”Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian Parliament and chairman to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, submitted the nomination and admits that he is”not a big Trump supporter.”“The committee should look at the facts and judge him on the facts – not on the way he behaves sometimes,” he continued. “The people who have received the Peace Prize in recent years have done much less than Donald Trump.“For example, Barack Obama did nothing,” he told to Fox News, referring to former US president Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize win in 2009 for, according to the Nobel Committee, his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.”Tybring-Gjedde also nominated Trump in 2018 for his Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un which he did not win. Obama received the award in 2009, less than nine months into his first term in the White House for what the Norwegian Nobel Committee said were “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy” and his calls for nuclear nonproliferation. #BREAKING: @realDonaldTrump was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for his hand in reaching the #IsraelUAEDeal.— The Jerusalem Post (@Jerusalem_Post) September 9, 2020last_img read more

Hasaacas coach Yusuf Basigi hails his side’s defensive solidity

first_imgSekondi Hasaacas coach Yusuf Basigi has hailed his team’s defence as the foundation for his team’s famous victory over struggling Hearts of Oak.Basigi, who doubles as the Black Queens, coach is pleased after masterminding two big victories in the space of a fortnight. He defeated Ashantigold last week.“We took advantage of their unsettled defense to score two good goals,” Basigi said after the game.“But I think that our defense was the difference since they played very well in the second half to ensure that we were able to see out the game.”“Hearts and Kotoko are the two biggest clubs so beating them always brings good feelings.”“But we have to build on the win and continue to climb high on the table.” This impressive win sees Hasaacas move to sixth on the league two points off a top four place.–last_img read more