72 Valaria Avenue, Seven Hills. 72 Valaria Avenue, Seven Hills.Ms Ford said 72 Valaria Ave, Seven Hills was an opportunity for those seeking a property with a separate, versatile commercial shopfront featuring two private offices. “It’s perfectly suited to a home-based business or to let out for additional income,” she said.She said the property would suit solicitors, medical practitioners, photographers and accountants.Ms Ford said Seven Hills was a burgeoning suburb with continuing capital growth.“We are confident this unique property will be adored by a special buyer looking for an opportunity such as this, that is so rare to the market,” she said. 72 Valaria Avenue, Seven Hills.Five years ago, Jennene and Richard Greenall found a home at Seven Hills perfectly suited to their needs and were up for the challenge to undertake a complete renovation in a leafy neighbourhood close to work and local schools. 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 202072 Valaria Avenue, Seven Hills. 72 Valaria Avenue, Seven Hills.The big bonus was the shop front, which Ms Greenall has used as a treatment space for her natural-therapies business.The living and dining areas of the home flow through expansive white bi-fold doors and louvres to a saltwater heated plunge pool, framed by a Tallowwood deck and landscaped gardens, creating a unique private sanctuary. 72 Valaria Avenue, Seven Hills.Class Real Estate – Bulimba marketing agent Renee Ford said there was so much packed into the 400sq m corner block. “It’s quite a surprise once you’re inside just how spacious it is with multiple family zones, adequate privacy, tropical gardens and the commercial space is fantastic,” she said. “They have completed a fastidious renovation creating an elegant family home, offering a stylish haven that oozes tranquillity and that ‘living your holiday dream’ feeling.”
Canada has reached a decision on prosecuting Greek shipping company Alassia NewShips Management (Alassia) for various environmental offenses related to the oil spill from its operated vessel Marathassa in April 2015.The Provincial Court of British Columbia said that an ex parte trial will be held against Alassia at the same time as the trial of Marathassa set for February 26, 2018.The decision was made following several legal challenges of the summons issued to the company in February 2017, as the company claimed it was not properly informed of the proceedings.The company did not appear at the first or any subsequent appearances in the provincial court.“It is abundantly clear that prior to the first appearance, Alassia had knowledge of the Summons because Alassia instructed Mr. Swanson (counsel for Alassia) to challenge the service of the Summons in Federal Court,” the court said.Hence, the court decided to prosecute the company regardless of whether it participates in the legal proceedings.The 81,000 dwt cargo ship was confirmed as the source of the toxic bunker oil spill in English Bay that released around 3,000 litres of oil into the water on April 8, 2015.A subsequent investigation conducted by Transport Canada into the Vancouver spill found that the spill had been caused by mechanical problems on board MV Marathassa.Following the spill, the City of Vancouver officials said that they were determined to get repayment for what the city had spent on the response.
The Lagos State Governor Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode,Â has approved with immediate effect, the dissolution of the 36 State Sport Associations excluding the State Football Association under the supervision of the Lagos State Sports Commission.The dissolution, according to the Executive Chairman, Lagos State Sports Commission, Dr. Kweku Tandoh,Â becomes necessary to enable the state government to rejig and reposition the activities of all the sports associations in line with the vision of the state becoming the sports hub of Africa. The sporting associations which boards were dissolved are athletics, badminton, baseball, boxing, cricket, cycling, chess and darts.Other are, fives, football, gymnastics, handball, hockey, judo, karate, Kick-boxing, kung fu, tennis, rugby, rowing and yachting, scrabble and shooting. Also included are, squash, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tug of war, weightlifting, wrestling, volley-ball, golf, deaf sports, para sports, traditional sports, triathlon and sports medicine.Tandoh, on behalf of the Lagos State Government commended and thanked the chairmen and members of the dissolved boards for their dedication and the voluntary services rendered towards the development of sports at the grassroots in Lagos State. It would be recalled that the present boards of the 36 state sports associations were reconstituted in 2012 and their tenure had expired since 2016.Yellow House Tops Beehive School Inter-house SportsYellow House has successfully defended its position as the best house in Beehive School as it emerged champions of the schoolâ€™s 2018 inter-house sports competition for the second year in a row.The house topped with a total of 28 medals consisting of 12 gold, 10 silver and six bronze medals.Red House came second with 29 medals made up of 11 gold, seven silver and 11 bronze medals while Blue House was third with six gold, 12 silver and five bronze medals, while Green House was fourth with 22 medals -five gold, five silver and 12 bronze medals.The event, which was held at the schoolâ€™s newly constructed sports arena, witnessed a large turnout of parents, invited guests and pupils from schools around the Ikeja environs, who participated in the schools invitational relays.Pupils took part in various track and field events such as the 25 metres and 50 metres race for the nursery section while the primary pupils took part in the 100metres and relay races, high jump, sack race and filling the basket event.There were also field events like high jump, long jump and taekwondo demonstration by the children.Speaking at the event, the schoolâ€™s PTA chairperson, Mrs. Bridget Elesin said, â€œWatching our children compete and have fun brings us the true joy of learning that education goes beyond just reading. Thanks to the proprietress, Mrs. Latifat Dosunmu and Beehive management for providing the facilities and developing sporting programmes that our kids enjoy being part of.â€Speaking at the event, the proprietress Beehive School, Dosunmu restated her commitment to developing well-rounded children that can compete with their peers globally and promised investment in facilities to ensure that the pupils can develop their potentials to the fullest.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram