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Video Settings Coral BarrySaturday 8 Jun 2019 9:24 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link825Shares PLAY Read More Advertisement by Metro About Connatix V67539 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Manchester United captain Harry Maguire SPONSORED Comment Umtiti insists he wants to stay at Barcelona (Picture: Getty)Although Barcelona might be open to Umtiti leaving this summer, the 25-year-old is under contract at the club until 2023.Whatever happens with Umtiti, Arsenal do appear to be closing in on the double signing of midfielder Dennis Praet and centre-back Joachim Andersen.Arsenal have bid £44m for the Sampdoria duo and their offer is expected to be accepted.MORE: Every player released by Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United & Liverpool Read More / Read More Read More Read More 1 min. story Umtiti was Emery’s top defensive choice (Picture: Getty)The statement will come as a blow to Emery, who is desperate to strengthen his squad this summer.Arsenal suffered a humiliating end to their campaign with a 4-1 defeat to Chelsea in the Europa League final, missing out on Champions League football next season as a result of that defeat.AdvertisementAdvertisementEmery has been handed just £45million to spend and might be forced to sell some of his first-team stars to raise further funds.MORE: Why Manchester United signed Daniel James after making enquiry for Arsenal transfer target Ryan Fraser 1/1 Umtiti is wanted by Arsenal this summer (Picture: Getty)Samuel Umtiti insists he will remain at Barcelona this summer, despite interest from Arsenal.Unai Emery has reportedly identified the centre-back as his No.1 defensive target and Barcelona are prepared to offload him.But Umtiti dismissed the growing transfer speculation surrounding him and confirmed he intends to stay at the Nou Camp.He told RTL France: ‘I have a contract, I feel happy in Barcelona. I had a complicated season, but I will still be at Barcelona next season.’ADVERTISEMENT Full Screen Arsenal transfer target Samuel Umtiti insists he is staying at Barcelona Coming Next Skip Ad Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Top articles Skip Advertisement
Flag Order, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all commonwealth flags at the Capitol Complex and throughout the state to be lowered to half-staff in honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service.All commonwealth flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, October 8, 2017.Per an order from the White House, the United States Flag has also been ordered to fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, October 8, 2017. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter October 08, 2017 Governor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff in Honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service
19 Tristania Rd Chapel Hill went for $720,000 at auction today More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoAuctioneer, Peter Bergin, opens proceedings at 130 Beck St Paddington.An opening bid of $600,000 quickly rose to $700,000. The property then hit the market at $760,000 with a very happy couple the eventual victors at $772,000.Marketing agent Judy Newlands said the buyers are ecstatic.“This was a great buy for this young couple. They’ve been looking to secure their position in the trendy inner-city suburb of Paddington.”Paddington has lost none of its momentum according to Ms Newlands.“We are seeing three clear groups of buyers. Not only do we have buyers entering the market and those downsizing, but we also have healthy numbers of local and interstate investors,” she said.In other results, negotiations are set to continue on the vacant site at 43 Mein St, Spring Hill which passed in at $1.02 million today. Negotiations are set to continue on 43 Mein St, Spring HillAdvertised as a 253sq m parcel with endless opportunity, the cleared and level block is located among a mix of units, homes and business, and is a very short stroll to the heart of Brisbane’s CBD.Finally, a family home at 19 Tristania Rd, Chapel Hill hit the market for the first time in 50 years.Agents said the two-level, three-bedroom house on 979sq m had plenty of interest during the lead up to the big day.Selling agent at Ray White City Precinct, John Fredericks, said there were five registered bidders with the home eventually selling for $720,000. This home at 28 Loch St, West End sold for $885,000 to a private buyer with a vision for renovation. Photo: Jack TranAuctioneer David Farrell did more running than talking during a marathon 40 minutes of negotiation that saw an extreme renovator’s delight in West End eventually sell for $885,000.Mr Farrell’s snappy one liners kept the 25-person crowd amused at 28 Loch St, but action stalled moments after an opening bid on behalf of the vendor at $800,000.With three registered bidders in attendance, selling agent with Ray White City Precincts, Danielle Belshaw, knew there was some work to do.A relay between the vendor and potential buyers saw the auction reopen 40 minutes after it first began with a firm offer of $885,000 on the table and a declaration that it was finally on the market.With no other buyers keen to step up, the property was sold to new owners with high aspirations for creating a grand home.On the north side of town it was a different affair. 4 Stubley St, Wavell Height is a very hip holding in a traditional suburban setting.Auctioneer Haesley Cush kept the momentum rolling with the bids rising from $950,000 to $1.125 million in minutes.When the property was eventually declared, “Gone!” by Mr Cush at $1.25 million, new owners Jacqui and Alan Spiers celebrated their buy.“I’m a little bit competitive,” Mrs Spiers said with a grin.There were four registered bidders among the crowd of 50 attending the auction of 130 Beck St Paddington where a classic Queenslander cottage was on offer.
At Sunnybank Hills south of Brisbane, a 20-year partnership between auctioneer Paul Moore and LJ Hooker agent Peter Florentzos could not keep the pair together at the auction of 342 Gowan Rd. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK Bidders at one Brisbane auction were encouraged to ‘channel your inner Donald Trump’ in one very important way.A BAN on bushwalks and shopping for fun was lifted across Brisbane on the weekend and even auctioneers were having trouble keeping track of their agents and bidders before a house finally sold at auction for $980,000. “One thing with Peter, he tends to wander when he’s on the phone. He’s wandered right out of sight so I’ve no idea,” Mr Moore told his AuctionNow online audience as he waited for an opening bid. LJ Hooker auctioneer Paul Moore. Picture: Peter Wallis“He’s either taking social distancing to extreme or, as he tends to do, he’s got the wanders.”The agent did return with a bidder but the three-bedroom house was passed in and is now on the market for $558,000.US president Donald Trump was used to draw bidders out of hiding at the online auction of an acreage block at 1192 New Cleveland Rd, Gumdale.“Channel your inner Donald Trump, get behind the keyboard and put in your opening bids, obviously disregard the other parts of Donald Trump,” McGrath auctioneer John Smith said to his online audience.One person responded but the bid was not enough to stop the 9800sq m property from passing in at $700,000.It was north Brisbane local Nathan Lloyd, spending Saturday afternoon on the back deck of his Stafford home, who ended up buying a house under the hammer, despite being locked out of the online auction of 44 Antill St, Wilston. The house at 44 Antill St, Wilston.“I was on the phone with the agent, we had trouble with Google Hangouts,” Mr Lloyd said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago“It wasn’t the best conditions but in saying that, it’s pretty good conditions for buying.”Six registered bidders attended the online auction which was viewed by up to 17 people.Bidding climbed from $860,000 to the winning bid of $980,000 in 15 minutes. The open-plan kitchen and dining area.Ray White Wilston lead agent Alistair Macmillan said buyers in the inner north were looking for a principle place of residence for the next five-10 years and were not being put off by current market variables.“For April we had 100 per cent clearance rates which we are really stoked about with this new process (of online auctions),” Mr Macmillan said.Mr Lloyd will rent out his Stafford property and move in to Wilston with his young family. Brisbane apartment to rival any house How coronavirus has affected the Queensland property market MORE QUEENSLAND PROPERTY STORIES
Oil giant Shell has informed it has started to supply natural gas from the Ineos and Spirit Energy-owned Clipper South field, into the UK gas network via Shell’s Clipper hub in the southern North Sea. The Clipper field is located in the southern part of the UK sector of the North Sea in the Sole Pit area.Clipper South platform / Image Source: IneosAccording to Shell, under a new commercial agreement with Ineos and Spirit Energy, Shell is remotely operating the Clipper South field and transporting the gas through the Clipper hub for processing at Shell’s Bacton terminal in Norfolk. The gas is then fed into the UK National Grid.The unmanned Clipper South platform had relied upon the Lincolnshire Offshore Gas Gathering System (LOGGS) and Theddlethorpe gas terminal to transport its gas to shore. The new Clipper hub to Bacton route will help ensure its continued operation after the planned decommissioning of those assets, Shell said.“Our Clipper hub and upgraded terminal at Bacton are helping to maximize the recovery of gas from the UK North Sea,” said ONEGas Asset Manager, Anne O’Halloran. “We are keen to partner with other companies on similar agreements to help supply gas to homes and businesses across the country.”Shell and ExxonMobil completed a £300 million rejuvenation project at the Bacton gas terminal in 2017, enabling it to handle more gas from offshore fields, Shell said.The Clipper hub is located approximately 41 miles (66 kilometers) from the Norfolk coast and can transport up to 400 million standard cubic feet of gas a day. It produces and processes gas from its own wells, and imports and processes gas from the Barque, Galleon, Skiff, Cutter, and Carrack fields. It is a normally attended installation that comprises five fixed-bridge linked platforms.
Terrence L. Tucker “Terry” of Indianapolis IN passed away Thursday, July 7th 2016 in Indianapolis. Terry was born November 21st, 1954 at the Margaret Mary Hospital in Batesville to Ray and Sari Virginia (Doyle) Tucker. He was a loving husband to Karen (Appel) Tucker and father to three daughters Sarah (David) Blount of Indianapolis , Chelsea Tucker and fiancé Justin Moore of Cincinnati, and Margo Tucker, a third year law student at Indiana University; Other survivors include his father and step-mother Ray and Marian Tucker of Dabney; father-in-law and mother-in-law Peter and Margaret Appel of Valparaiso; two brothers Trace (Denise) Tucker of Versailles and Trevor (Todd Freier) of Chicago; three sisters Renea (Bill) Kline of Dayton, Ohio, Becky (Frank) Eaton, and Lynn (Mike) Cumberworth both of Versailles. He was also a doting grandfather to his two grand-daughters Peyton, and Isabel Blount. He was preceded in death by his mother Sari Virginia, his nephew Tanner Tucker, and his childhood best friend Leslie Stratton, Jr. Terry was a proud graduate of Jac-Cen-Del High School in the class of 1973 and was a 1977 graduate of Hanover College where he played basketball for the Panthers and received his degree in biology. He spent over 25 years working in sales for Signature Graphics alongside his best friend Ed Mosser. Terry truly enjoyed grilling, boating, watching the Reds, and spending time with his family. He was member of the Dabney Baptist Church and was a 2003 inductee of the Ripley County Basketball Hall of Fame. Terry set the scoring record for a single game in the Ripley County tourney when he scored 42 points in the championship game in 1973. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 16th at 1:00 pm at Dabney Baptist Church, 1103 N. Old Michigan Rd., Holton IN 47023. A meal will be provided by the church immediately following the service, and a small graveside gathering will be held at 4:00 pm at Union Flat Rock Cemetery near Osgood. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations to the IU Hospital Transplant Program or the Tanner Tucker Scholarship Fund in care of the Stratton Karsteter Funeral Home, Versailles.
Five Friday-Saturday doubleheaders – April 3 and 4, May 8 and 9, June 26 and 27, July 10 and 11, and Aug. 28 and 29 – are scheduled. “What I like about sanctioning with IMCA is the rules. They’re cut and dried, pretty straight forward and right there on the website,” said Villanueva. “We want to build the Stock Car class here and we want our drivers to be able to go to other IMCA tracks and not have to chance anything to race.” IMCA Modifieds have run at Battle Mountain since 2002. Both the look of the cars and the quality of the racing that evening had fans asking track officials to bring the division back more often. Gene Henrie was the Stock Car feature winner when the Wild West Tour came to Battle Mountain last July. “The fans really liked them. We’ve already got six area drivers who already have or are building or buying cars,” promoter Santiago Villanueva said. “We’re looking forward to making this happen.” BATTLE MOUNTAIN, Nev. – After rolling out the red carpet for the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars last summer, Battle Mountain Raceway becomes the first track in Nevada to sanction The Class Too Tough To Tame in 2020. Stock Car points earned at Battle Mountain figure toward EQ Cylinder Heads Southern Region standings.
Greensburg, IN—The harvest in Greensburg for Bread of Life and Farmers Feeding the Flock was postponed until tomorrow as the combine broke.They have it set to be repaired today and are hoping to be able to harvest tomorrow morning around 9 am. They ask for prayers and positive thoughts for all the farmers, helpers and combine that they will be able to harvest tomorrow and have a bountiful harvest.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits it would be a dream to one day manage his boyhood club. “The dream come true would be to manage Liverpool, when the Liverpool job becomes available,” the England captain told TwentyFour 7 Football magazine. “There are world-class managers there ready already, but we’ll have to wait and see, it would be the icing on the cake. “When you get to a certain age, my age, you need to start thinking seriously about a life after football. “I am planning on doing my badges and qualifications over the next 12 months. “I definitely see myself as a manager rather than a coach, but that could change. “I remember speaking to Jamie Carragher and he really fancied it but he’s decided media is what he wants to do. “It’ll be strange seeing him on Sky but I’m really delighted he’s doing it. He can leave managing Liverpool to me!” The 33-year-old midfielder still has at least a couple of years left at the highest level after signing a new contract this summer. But he is looking beyond his playing days and despite a few years ago having reservations about eventually stepping into management, he now wants to pursue that path. Press Association