Gold Coast beach house going under the hammer

first_img11 Bilinga St, Currumbin. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago11 Bilinga St, Currumbin.“(This is) an outstanding opportunity to refurbish or build a private oasis,” the listing states.“Liveable as is, revitalise or keep as a classic beach house.”The residence offers two levels with two bedrooms and one bathroom. 11 Bilinga St, Currumbin.The property enjoys treetop views while an balcony overlooks a tropical garden with a pool.Andy Hogarth and Laura Dean of McGrath are taking the property to auction on February 3. 11 Bilinga St, Currumbin is going under the hammer on February 3.A CLASSIC Gold Coast beach house in original condition is set to go under the hammer next month.The tightly-held house on Bilinga St is 500m from Currumbin beach but surrounded by leafy trees. 11 Bilinga St, Currumbin.last_img read more

GAA National Results

first_imgGalway knocked out Mayo of the Connacht Championship for the second year in a row, in Salthill yesterday.Kevin Walsh’s side held on for a 0-15 to 1-11 win, despite not scoring for the final 15 minutes.Kerry will play Cork in the Munster Football Final this year. Kerry defeated Clare 1-18 to 1-12, but played the second half with just 14 men after Donnchadh Walsh was sent off just before the break.In the Leinster Championship quarter-final, Offaly and Westmeath drew ten points apiece in Tullamore.last_img read more

‘I’m happy to stay at Liverpool for as long as possible’ – Sterling quashes Real Madrid talk

first_imgRaheem Sterling has handed Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers a huge boost by insisting he is happy to commit his long-term future to the club.The 19-year-old, whose current contract expires at Anfield in 2017, was said to be stalling over a new deal amid interest from European champions Real Madrid.But he has now moved to quash the speculation over his future by confirming he is ready to put pen-to-paper on an extension.That news will come as a huge relief to Reds supporters and boss Rodgers, under pressure after a less than impressive start to the season.Quoted in several national newspapers, Sterling said: “I am happy to be here for as long as possible. Hopefully I can achieve the goals I want to achieve here at Liverpool in years to come.“I am just happy to play football at this club for many years to come. The club has spoken to my representatives and hopefully something can be done soon.”Sterling found himself in the spotlight off the pitch recently after England boss Roy Hodgson revealed the player had told him he was tired ahead of the final training session in the build-up to last month’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia in Tallinn.That led to accusations the teenager had said he did not want to play, but Sterling insists nothing could be further from the truth – and says he has learned from the experience.“It was pretty difficult,” he said. “I tried to not really watch TV much or listen to things.“If I saw a conversation about me on TV, I would just turn over. It was the first time I’d had to deal with anything like that. It was different but I felt I dealt with it really well. I didn’t read too much into it.“The main thing I’ve learned is to just shut off. I was always on my phone and Instagram – things would pop up and you could not go past it without having a look. But now I’ve learned to block it all out and not read what is said.“I just love playing football for club or country. If anything I said got taken the wrong way, I’m sorry about that, but I am always happy to play football.” 1 Raheem Sterling last_img read more