The home at 13 Macarthur Cres, Slacks Creek.THIS four bedroom family home has been transformed and is new to the market in Slacks Creek. The property at 13 Macarthur Cres has open-plan living, outdoor entertaining space and a big backyard. Kym Harman and her husband bought the home six years ago and reshaped it into a modern home for their four children. “We redid the kitchen, pulled down a wall to create open-plan living, painted inside and out, and sanded back the floorboards,” Ms Harman said. “I’d say the open-plan area and kitchen are now my favourite parts of the home — it’s so roomy, functional and modern.” The patio at 13 Macarthur Cres, Slacks Creek.Outside there is a covered deck and a patio for entertaining, and established, low-maintenance gardens. There is also a double lockup garage and a carport on the fenced 607sq m block with side access. Ms Harman said the home was in the middle of everything, with shops, public transport and schools all close by. The kitchen at 13 Macarthur Cres, Slacks Creek.The mid-set home has four good-sized bedrooms with built-in robes, a family bathroom, laundry and separate toilet. The new kitchen has an island bench with breakfast bar, pendant lighting, stainless steel appliances and gas cooking. “It’s so enjoyable cooking in the kitchen now with the gas stove and the dishwasher,” Ms Harman said. 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 home has timber floors and airconditioning throughout. One of the four bedrooms at 13 Macarthur Cres, Slacks Creek.“It’s been a loved and well looked after home,” she said. “We made it to live in it forever but circumstances have changed. “I think I’ll miss the memories we created here the most. “It’s those memories that made it a home.” The property is just 2km from the highway and 20 minutes from Brisbane city. The home is being marketed by Paul Penklis and Rebecca Shortall, of Ray White Logan City, for offers over $395,000.
Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet Share LocalNews Acting Prime Minister condemns statements inciting protest action by: – August 11, 2011 46 Views no discussions In photo: Acting Prime Minister Hon. Rayburn Blackmoore. Photo credit: GIS NewsHonourable Rayburn Blackmoore, Acting Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, has condemned recent statements made by Attorney at Law David Bruney, at an Emancipation forum held on Sunday in the village of Layou.Mr. Bruney said while there was protest action in England against what the citizens think was unlawful conduct by the police, there are some Dominicans who are opposed to the type of governance which exist but they may not be sufficient in numbers.“I have a strong feeling and it is sad to say it which we are still in the realms of mental slavery and whether we like it or not, I mean my brothers Lennox and Angelo can talk, explain and they can do everything on radio, but what I saw in England this weekend was riots in the streets of London. The people are rioting again and why are they rioting? Because one of their people, one of their community was shot by police in a way that they thought was unlawful. In England we fought for the right to be free, and I am not sure that we in Dominica are at that juncture, it may just be that we quite enjoy the type of governance that we have, but we have people here today that are obviously opposed but are there the numbers?”Acting Prime Minister Blackmoore, who addressed the nation on DBS Radio, has condemned Mr. Bruney’s statement and referred to it as the ‘destruction of life and property.’“The widespread destruction and the looting of businesses and the stealing of property by thugs are some of the frightening images of the lawlessness crippling England at this present time. One is left to wonder who is it Mr. Bruney is calling on to commence the wanton destruction of life, lien and property here on Dominica and to what end?”Honourable Blackmoore also called on all patriotic Dominicans to put political affiliations aside and condemn this irresponsible call by Mr. Bruney, as well as to report any similar statements which incite criminality to the authority.“All patriotic Dominicans regardless of their political views must condemn in the strongest possible terms the irresponsible criminal call of Mr. David Bruney an officer of the Court for Dominicans to declare war on each other. The Labour Party led Government in turn, calls on Dominicans, the churches, the private sector, the trade unions, community organizations and all political parties to firmly denounce the call of Mr. David Bruney and to be attentive, vigilant, on guard and to report any statement from anyone intended to incite the committing of hate and similar crimes to security forces,” he said.Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is out of state on an official visit to the Republic of Azerbaijan and is expected to return to Dominica on the 14th of August.Dominica Vibes News
The jeepney driver was identified asRicardo Capada, 54, of San Miguel, Iloilo. ILOILO City – Three persons were injuredwhen a passenger jeepney hit a fence in Barangay Q. Abeto, Mandurriaodistrict. Police reports showed Capada lostcontrol of his jeepney and crashed into a concrete fence of the Mandurriao NationalHigh School around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday’s crash landed James MichaelBayson, 25; Dennis Baaya, 37; and Maria Palmes, 54 at the Western VisayasMedical Center in Mandurriao district. They all sustained body injuries, policesaid. Capada, who escaped injury, was taken tothe Mandurriao police station./PN