Suburban home provides plenty of space for dual living

first_imgThe lovely spa at 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom Queensland colonial cottage has plenty of charm and original features, including hoop pine and hardwood timber floors, high VJ timber walls, sash windows and an original ornate enclosed front-entry veranda.Ms Whitsield said her favourite part of the home was the downstairs area, which opened up onto the landscaped backyard.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 2020She said the home had three decks, one at the front, one at the back and another leading to the garden. 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.Simone Whitsield has made the decision to downsize from her beautiful character-filled oasis at Cannon Hill.Ms Whitsield has lived there for almost eight years and said the amenities in the area drew her to the suburb.“Being close to public transport and the CBD was important to me,” she said. 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.Walk downstairs from the deck and you will be surprised by the enormous built-in Bali-style saltwater spa and huge main bedroom which is complete with its own media room, ensuite bathroom and study. This could be the perfect space for a luxurious parent’s retreat. The large backyard at 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.The first level of the home has two bedrooms and one bathroom with a separate sitting/reading room and an open-plan lounge which leads on to a covered deck.There is also a kitchen with modern appliances. 27 Muir St, Cannon Hill.The spa would be the ideal place to relax and unwind after a hard day at work.Ms Whitsield said the upstairs of the home was original and built in 1906.She said the property would suit a family with teenage children or a professional couple.Ray White — Coorparoo selling agent Shawn Woolf said the home was only 6km from Brisbane’s CBD.last_img read more

CWI offers condolences on the passing of the late Tony Cozier’s wife

first_imgST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) Tuesday extended condolences to the Cozier family on the passing of Mrs Jillian Cozier (nee McKinstry), the widow of legendary cricket journalist Tony Cozier. Mrs Cozier died on Sunday in Barbados. She was 76.CWI President Ricky Skerrit said:“We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mrs Cozier and I want to extend deepest sympathy to her son Craig, daughter Natalie, grandchildren Jodi, Laila and Kailee and the entire family. Jillian was herself a cricket enthusiast in a cricket loving family. Mrs. Cozier was a pillar of strength to her husband, Tony, whose work in cricket journalism was worldwide and world class.”Craig Cozier, who is himself now a leading cricket statistician and broadcast producer, also paid tribute to his mother.He said:“She was a wonderful lady. She was the rock in the family. My father travelled for over 50 years covering cricket and she was always there to make sure things were in place. She played hockey for Pickwick Club and loved all sports. She was dedicated to her family and will be fondly remembered by all who she came into contact with.”May she rest in eternal peace.The late Tony Cozier was the son of Jimmy Cozier, a well-known cricket writer in the Caribbean, who began writing on cricket as a teenager in 1958. He studied journalism at Carleton University, Ottawa, and played hockey for Barbados and club cricket for Wanderers and then Carlton.Cozier’s first commentary was made during the West Indies-Australia series in 1965, and he was an ever-present voice for five decades thereafter. He also worked extensively for overseas television and radio stations. As a writer, he was prolific in newspapers, magazines and books.Incidentally, Tony died on May 11, 2016 while his wife succumbed on May 10, 2020, one day shy of four years since his departure.The Guyana Chronicle Sports Desk extends sincere condolences to the bereaving family.last_img read more

Wrap: How Ghanaian stars fared abroad over the weekend – Solomon and Ernest Asante on target

first_imgSome Ghanaian players kicked started their 2014/15 season over the weekend while others continue their already started league with Ernest Asante scoring in Norway. Winger Solomon Asante also registered a goal for TP Mazembe who have pushed through to the semis of the CAF Champions League after eliminating Sudanese side Al Hilal on Sunday. BELGIUMWing-half Nana Akwasi Asare lasted the entire 90 minutes for KAA Gentwho shocked Standard Liege 1-0 at their own backyard.Frank Acheampong was an unused substitute for Anderlecht who posted a narrow 1-0 win over Charleroi on Sunday. Midfielder Bennard Kumordzi returned from injury to play 79 minutes forKRC Genk who were held to a 0-0 stalemate by Lokeren who also started Ghana’s Eugene Ansah. He was subbed in the 72nd minute.Full-back David Addy played 63 minutes for newly-promoted Waasland-Beveren who failed to win the maximum points at home after drawing 1-1 with Westerlo. Dutch-born Ghanaian Mitch Apau lasted the entire minutes for Westerlo and was booked in the 77th minute.NORWAYStromsgodset’s title defence suffered another setback as Odd Grenlanddefeated them 1-0 in an away fixture. Ghana World Cup keeper Adam Kwarasey was in post for Stroms while Mohammed Abu started alongside but was replaced 6 minutes to full time. Manchester City youngster Nana Boateng was unused by Stroms.Ernest Asante scored the opening goal for IK Start but Rosenborg crawled back to defeated them 3-2 on Sunday. Former Hearts of Oak striker Mahatma Otoo started the game for Sogndaland lasted 63 minutes when Bodo/Glimt handed them a 1-0 loss at their own stadium.HOLLANDAjax Amsterdam opened their season with a heavy 4-1 win over Vitesse Arnhem. Neither Leroy Owusu nor Kenny Tete was in the Ajax squad for the game.Heracles Almelo suffered a 3-0 battering at the hands of AZ Alkmaar. Winger Edwin Gyasi came off the bench in the 63rd minute to play for Heracles but his brother Raymond Gyasi could not make the AZ Alkmaar squad for the game.PEC Zwolle recorded a 2-0 win over FC Utrecht on Friday. 18-year-old Dutch-born Ghanaian Rodney Antwi sat on the Utrecht bench for the game. Erixon Danso was not in the Dordrecht side that beat Heerenveen 2-1.Powerful attacker Elvis Manu started the match for Feyenoord and lasted till the 81st minute as they beat Den Haag 1-0.Kingsley Boateng and Jeffrey Sarpong were both in action for NAC Breda who shared the spoils with Excelsior Rotterdam in a 1-1 draw.FC Twente picked a point at Cambuur after holding them to a 1-1.Shadrach Eghan was not in the Twente squad due to injury.FRANCE Caen have gone top of the French Ligue 1 after beating Evian TG 3-0 on their return to the French top-flight. Former AS Monaco defender Dennis Appiah played the entire game in central defence for Caen but Jonathan Mensah warmed the Evian bench.Attacker Jordan Ayew was suspended and did not play for Lorient FC in their surprising 2-1 win at AS Monaco.Andre Ayew was introduced in the 60th minute by Marseille who allowedBastia to crawl back from 2-0 down to draw 3-3.Striker Kwame Nsor could not recover fully to play in FC Metz 0-0 draw atLille.last_img read more