Great place to kick off the footy boots. Picture: CoreLogicHis situation seems somewhat removed from fellow Gold Coast coach Neil Henry, who was ousted from the Titans on Monday. At this stage Mr Henry doesn’t seem to have plans to budge from the area. He and wife Catherine bought an $840,000 “seachange” house in Tugun three years ago. There has been no movement on that property as yet, a sign that he has no plans to move just yet. Among his accomplishments, Henry has previously had stints as a writer and commentator so who knows where he could pop up next. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour agoRodney Eade’s kitchen has been renovated. Picture: CoreLogic Gold Coast Suns former head coach Rodney Eade’s $960,000 unit has come up for rent. Picture: Quinn Rooney/Getty ImagesIT’S been a horror month for coaches of major Queensland teams, with two ousted in the last two weeks – but property moves seem to indicate at least one may have a new gig lined up.Judging by his property manoeuvres, ousted Gold Coast Suns coach Rodney Eade may already have a new direction in play just over a week after being let go.A luxury two bed unit in Main Beach that he bought for $960,000 two and a half years ago has hit the rental market within a week of his shock departure. The former Suns’ coach was looking to land $800 a week for the two bedroom unit which was available for 12 month or two year leases. The renovated apartment has views of the Broadwater and has been renovated.Eade had left the Suns immediately after he was told that his contract would not be renewed, which apparently gave him the dubious honour of becoming the first Aussie Rules coach let go this season. The view to the Broadwater is quintessential Goldie. Picture: CoreLogic Neil Henry has no plans to leave the Gold Coast vicinity as yet. Picture. Phil HillyardThere’s precedent for hanging on to property even after moving on from coaching jobs on the coast. The man Henry replaced, John Cartwright, has kept a foothold on the coast for almost three years, despite taking assistant coaching gigs for the North Queensland Cowboys and then the Manly Sea Eagles.Cartwright bought a $935,000 villa in Currumbin four months after stepping down from the Titans coaching job and, right now, there’s no record of it being rented out. Former Titans coach John Cartwright still has a villa on the Gold Coast waiting for his return. Picture: Mark Evans
This half proportion venue capacity also applies to salons, barber shops, other personal care services, food retail establishments, dine-in restaurants, and fast food chains. Cadiao further emphasized the value of business relations between Iloilo and Antique provinces. Moreover, Category III industries allowed to operate are financial services, Business Process Outsourcing offices, legal, accounting and auditing firms, scientific, technical and non-leisure services, and wholesale and retail establishments. “I was thinking we should really revive our economy. I want Antiqueños to go back to work and I’d like the businesses to reopen but with protocol, of course,” said Cadiao. Under the governor’s Executive Order 78, among those establishments permitted to operate for Category I include the agriculture and fishery industries, food manufacturing and food supply chains, logistics sector, health-related institutions, information technology and telecommunication companies, and media industry. “I want Antiqueños to go back to work and I’d like the businesses to reopen but with protocol, of course,” says Gov. Rhodora Cadiao. PIA The governor expressed her enthusiasm of wanting Antiqueños to return to work and for businesses to reopen as the local economy has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. As for Category IV, the operations of establishments dedicated for amusement, gaming, fitness, and kids and tourism industries are allowed but at a maximum of 50 percent operational capacity. Meanwhile, only those hotels and other accommodation establishments that have been accredited as provided by law and relevant issuances of the Department of Tourism and the Department of the Interior and Local Government are allowed to operate. Industries belonging to Category II such as mining and other manufacturing industries, export and electronic commerce, delivery, repair and maintenance, and housing and office services were also given the go signal to open. According to the governor, Antique sourced its essentials from Iloilo as part of the trade, thus, border closure would “paralyze” the businesses in this province. (With a report from PIA/PN) SAN JOSE, Antique – More business operations and work-related activities are expected to resume as President Rodrigo Duterte has classified this province place as a low-risk area for the transmission of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), Gov. Rhodora Cadiao said.