COMSUBGRU 7, Indonesia Strengthen Ties

first_img View post tag: Strengthen View post tag: COMSUBGRU 7 Back to overview,Home naval-today COMSUBGRU 7, Indonesia Strengthen Ties View post tag: Navy April 21, 2015 View post tag: Indonesia View post tag: News by topic View post tag: asiacenter_img Rear Adm. William R. Merz, Commander, Submarine Group 7 (COMSUBGRU 7), met with representatives from the Indonesian submarine force in Surabaya, Indonesia, on April 14 in order to strengthen a dynamic working relationship between the two navies.The primary focus of the staff talks was to establish routine periodic regional engagements and operations to integrate the Indonesian submarine force as a partner and ally in the Pacific.The engagements will include training opportunities between the two navies that will focus on integrating U.S. and Indonesian submarine force capabilities.The staff talks followed a table top Simulated Submarine Casualty Exercise (SMASHEX), where COMSUBGRU 7, U.S. Navy Submarine Rescue Command, and International Submarine Escape and Rescue Liaison Office worked with the Indonesian navy during a simulated submarine rescue training.The Indonesian navy is the largest navy in Southeast Asia based on the number of active personnel and ships.[mappress mapid=”15723″]Image: US Navy Share this article COMSUBGRU 7, Indonesia Strengthen Ties Authorities View post tag: Naval View post tag: Tieslast_img read more

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A per-verse discovery

first_imgA series of pornographic poems hidden inside a serious volume of verse from the 18th century have been discovered by Oxford’s Dr Claudine van Hensbergen.Van Hensbergen, who works for the English faculty, expressed her surprise at the discovery, stating that she was not prepared for what was to be included within a collection of poems she was looking at. She commented, “To my surprise, ‘The Cabinet’ turned out to be a collection of pornographic verse about dildos. “The poems include ‘Dildoides’ about the public burning of French-imported dildos, and ‘The Discovery’, a poem about a man watching a woman in bed while hiding under a table”, she commented.One poem, entitled ‘The Delights of Venus’, involves a woman giving explicit details of the joys of sex to a virginal friend. Guy Tonkin, a second year English student, commented, “I found ‘The Delights of Venus’ to be reminiscent of recent crewdate chat”.  In the poem “A Panegyrick Upon Cundums”, Rochester writes about “Shankers, cordee and bubos”, or the swellings and general ills associated with venereal disease.Van Hensbergen believes that the inclusion of these poems explains why ‘The Works of the Earls of Rochester and Roscommon’ was so popular.The collection was a best seller in its time. Van Hensbergen said, “Knowing about the existence and nature of ‘The Cabinet’ throws a different light on why this particular miscellany was one of the most popular of the century.“In brief, sex sells books, then just as it still does today.”Van Hensbergen found the poems whilst carrying out research for the University’s Digital Miscellanies Index, a project which aims to create a free online database of 18th century poetry.last_img read more

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Bakery brands dominate FMCG brand chart

first_imgWarburtons has been named the most chosen FMCG brand in the UK, according to market research company Kantar Worldpanel, with Hovis and Kingsmill also in the top 10.The first barometer of its type, launched by Kantar, revealed that British brands dominated the top of the table. Warburtons came in at number one, while Hovis was in fourth position, McVitie’s fifth and Kingsmill sixth.The ‘Brand Footprint’ ranking charts the brands that are bought by the most consumers, the most frequently. Warburtons was chosen an average of 23 times a year, by 84% of the population.According to Kantar, the family bread brand’s success is down to its clear local strategy and a British heritage that resonates with consumers in an economic climate where consumers are sticking to brands they know and trust.Tim Kidd, managing director UK, Ireland and USA at Kantar Worldpanel, said: “This is a stellar performance by UK brands with six of the top 10 being strong British names.”The branded market is more competitive than ever before and consumers are trading down to manage tighter budgets, often turning to own-label products. Brands need to understand what is important to consumers and find new ways of connecting with cash-strapped shoppers who want certainty, quality and value.”last_img read more

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Moe. Announces Spring 2017 Tour Dates

first_imgWhen we recently spoke to guitarist Al Schnier, he told us that moe. had some big plans for 2017. It looks like some of those plans are on the table now, as the band has announced an eleven date run through the spring of 2017.The shows include a number of dates through the Northeast, including a four night stand at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. They also include a number of late night Jazz Fest parties, playing in New Orleans, LA from April 27th through the 29th. Two of those nights, April 28-29, will see the band team up with Turkuaz for a double dose of great music at The Civic Theatre! We can’t wait to catch all of the action.Check out moe.’s full tour schedule below, with the new dates highlighted in bold. An artist pre-sale will begin today, December 2nd, and run through the official on-sale next Friday, December 9th. Details can be found on the moe. ticketing website.Moe. 2016-2017 Tour ScheduleDec 3rd: The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NYDec 4th: Garcia’s – Port Chester, NYDec 30-31: The Wilma – Missoula, MTJan 19th: Revolution Live – Ft. Lauderdale, FLJan 20-25: Jam Cruise 15 – Norwegian Pearl – SOLD OUTJan 26: Jannus Live- St. Petersburg, FLJan 27: The Plaza Live – Orlando, FLJan 28th: Georgia Theatre – Athens, GAJan 31st: Bijou Theatre – Knoxville, TNFeb 2nd: Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, PAFeb 3rd: Higher Ground – South Burlington, VTFeb 4th: Calvin Theatre – Northampton, MAFeb 17th: Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TNFeb 18th: Iron City Birmingham – Birmingham, ALFeb 19th: Sweetwater Brewery – Atlanta, GAMar 4th: F Shed At The Market – Syracuse, NY Mar 30th: Wellmont Theater – Montclair, NJ Mar 31st: College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT Apr 1st: The Paramount – Huntington, NY Apr 5-8: The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA Apr 27th: Le Petit Theatre – New Orleans, LA Apr 28-29: The Civic Theatre – New Orleans, LA (w/ Turkuaz)last_img read more

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Fridays on the Fly: A Trout Bum’s Holiday Gift Guide

first_img2fbt6scmain_lgThomas and Thomas: Avantt Freshwater Fly Rod“The Rod You Will Eventually Own” is the company slogan, and as an angler who has been fortunate enough to cast many brands and styles of rods over the years, I can say that this is one of my favorite rods that I have ever used. Thomas and Thomas uses proprietary Strato Therm resin technology in these rods that provides incredible strength and vibration dampening. This technology also produces an extremely light and ultra-responsive rod. The power and line control you get in your cast are unbelievable considering just how lightweight and effortless the rod feels in hand. The Avantt itself is both beautiful and durable, finished in matte blue with blue wraps and white accents, it has titanium frame ceramic stripping guides, a blue anodized aluminum reel seat engraved with the T&T logo, and a premium flor-grade cork handle. Available in 3-7wt and at multiple lengths this is a high-end freshwater rod that should be high atop many fishy Christmas lists. $825avanttIce Mule Pro CoolerThe world’s most portable high capacity cooler, the Ice Mule Pro is an item I won’t get into the boat without. The small size and light weight of the cooler make it as easy to grab as an extra pair of shoes when you run out the door in a hurry. With heavy-duty inner and outer skin, seams rated to 65 pounds, and a padded, ventilated backpack strap system, it takes all the difficulty out of hauling what many consider their most essential items—craft beer and food. $119.951014-rt-threequarters__21982-1477004666 Pulling into the drive, he notices an elongated cardboard box leaning against his front door. A rush of euphoria hits him, a feeling akin to the christmas mornings of his youth.He tosses his keys on the table and furiously stirs through kitchen drawers, looking for any sharp object capable of freeing the contents from their cardboard confines.His hands tremble with anticipation as he uses a steak knife to slice into the brown packing tape. A blizzard of foam packing peanuts engulf the living room until he emerges victorious, thrusting a shiny new fly rod tube into the air.“It’s finally mine,” he exclaims and begins to connect each rod section in the living room as if trout would start rising from the carpet at any second.We all know this trout junkie. He or she may be hesitant to admit it, but that new jacket they have been eyeballing at the fly shop all summer, or the fancy rod they’ve been dreaming about elicits childlike excitement.If you have a trout bum in your life and you want to bring out their inner child this holiday season, these are the gifts you should put under the tree, and if you’re the one with the worn out waders, or the floorboard covered in fly-shop cups and empty cans, then this is the stuff you should be dropping hints about this holiday season.Hareline Dubbin Fly Tying Kit New this year are complete tying kits from Hareline Dubbin that contain everything you need to get started tying your own flies. These kits are available at most fly shops and retailers that carry Hareline products. Each kit includes 60 premium materials, a multitude of hooks, beads, glue, and all the other components you need to get started. Also included with every kit is a tying guide that takes you step-by-step through the top 20 patterns for trout fishing, as well as an introduction on tying tools and how to use them properly. For those wanting to jump into tying, I don’t know of any better way to get all that you need in one box, and at the level of quality that Hareline Dubbin products are known for.hdtyingkitOrvis Mountain River Guide LanyardErgonomic, comfortable and efficient, the Mountain River Guide keeps all the essentials within in my grasp . It’s particularly handy when rowing a drift-boat or while bank fishing without a fully loaded sling pack. I keep mine on at all time and make sure its stocked with 4 or 5 spools of tippet, a bottle of floatant, snips and a small fly box full of tiny dries.32a17sfw_lgOrvis Hydros SL Reel The hydros SL combines a powerful sealed drag with the fine craftsmanship Orvis is known for to offer anglers one of the best reels on the market at the $200 price point. My favorite thing about this reel is how smoothly its drag engages—for the geeks out there, that’s called startup inertia. The drag smoothness that you’ll find when using a Hydros SL is preferable to reels with a drag that turns on sharply after a fish takes your fly, the latter scenario often leading to break offs and temper tantrums. You simply can’t go wrong by putting a Hydros SL of any size variation under the tree this Christmas. Starting at $200 Saint Inky’s Defishing SoapUse this like any other soap – with a splash of water (warm water and our scrub brush is best). The essential-oil based formula is actually LIFTING that familiar fish smell away, not masking it.bottle-graphics2More from the Fridays on the Fly Blog:center_img Fishpond Nomad El Jefe Boat NetFishponds Nomad series of nets has been around for a while, and there’s a reason for that. They are some of the best nets on the market. The nets are made using a mixture of carbon fiber and fiberglass to give anglers an extremely durable yet lightweight net. All of Fishponds nets are waterproof, UV protected, and they float. They are coated with a rubberized paint that makes for an easy grip when wet, and the handles have a scale for deciphering how many inches you need to exaggerate in the story you tell your buddies. In a drift boat the long handle net is light enough that someone can easily land a fish for their passengers without even taking both hands off the oars. $199.95nomad-eljefe-carbonUmpqua Tongass 5500 Waterproof BagSome people use a plastic storage bin, some people use a duffel bag, others have kitted out the bed of their truck with drawers and compartments. Personally, I live in an apartment, and multiple trips ensue when transporting all of my gear upstairs, in between vehicles, and in and out of the boat. I needed a bag that could hold waders, rods, reels, boots, tackle, lunch, extra layers, etc. all with one easy carry. This bag also had to be durable enough to take on a long day hike or an overnighter. Well, I found that in Umpqua Tongass 5500 waterproof bag. This 90 liter, watertight, roll top gear bag will hold all of your gear and then some with a nice sleek design that you can carry as a duffle bag or a backpack. This pack makes an awesome gift for any serious fly fishermen constantly on the move. $169.99tongass2Howler Bros Merlin VestFall and winter make for chilly days on the water and sometimes nothing is more functional than a good vest to keep your core warm while allowing your arms to move freely. The Howler Bros Merlin vest keeps you warm on the water with its Primaloft One insulation, and looking good at the bar with its shoulder yoke design that’s a throwback to old-school shooting vests. Not only does the vest look good and keep you warm, but it’s extremely functional with two huge side pockets, and an internal pocket that you can use to stuff the vest inside itself for storage or to toss in a backpack. Water resistant polyester micro rip-stop will also help keep you dry when you are splashing around trying to get that trout in the net. $115howlervestSimms Riffle Jacket Everyone needs a good breathable rain jacket. In the winter time I usually layer a rain jacket over a light down under my waders to stay warm. I love the riffle jacket from Simms for just that. I was able to test out the camouflage version of this jacket which has a very cool pattern embedded with the Simms trout logo that you can only notice up close. This jacket is lightweight, breathable, and unbelievably weather resistant thanks to Toray fabric throughout. The jacket design is streamlined and clean to avoid any catch points for getting caught up in your own line. The Riffle also features hand warmer side pockets that allows access to your waders beneath without having to unzip your jacket. The huge chest pockets on the front are a nice feature that allow you to carry all kinds of odds and ends or a large fly box easily, and the Simms logo fly patch on the chest is a nice touch to hold onto flies that you change out on the water. $150simmsriiffleSimms Heavyweight Flannel Hands down, the best flannel shirt I have ever owned. A blend of wool and polyester products optimized for outdoors use make up this heavy flannel shirt that uses moisture wicking technology keeping you comfortable and dry all day rowing a boat in the wind or heading out to grab dinner. The two front chest pockets are big enough to hold a fly box or an iPhone, and only add to the appeal of this stylish and functional flannel. $100simmsheavyflannelSimms Downstream Jacket For the die-hards out there who hit the water no matter the conditions, or the guy wanting to stay toasty with some serious style this winter, the Downstream is the ultimate down outer layer. Composed of 750-fill equivalent water repellent down blended with Primaloft Gold synthetic insulation, the Downstream is on the top tier of cold and wet weather protection. This jacket has plenty of pockets for storage or to warm your hands, as well as a 3 point adjustable hood for when the weather gets really crazy. Simms designed this thing with functionality, comfort, and mobility in mind and you will appreciate it on a day of frozen guides and numb toes. $350simmsdownstream1Black Diamond: Waterproof Storm HeadlampFall and winter months equate to shorter days and longer nights so it’s valuable to have a light source with you just in case you tell yourself “last cast” too many times, or end up underestimating how long the float is going to take. The newly redesigned Storm Headlamp from Black Diamond is the perfect addition to an emergency kit because of its waterproof and dustproof housing, and at max 250 lumens this headlamp provides plenty of wide spectrum light to get the boat on the trailer in the dark. For the wade angler the headlamp is also nice in that it has a green night vision mode as to not alert the big browns while you tie on that mouse pattern, and plenty of illuminating power and battery life to get you back to the car from even the furthest of honey holes. $50bdstormSTOCKING STUFFERSARC Fishing Tippet and LeadersFor an alternative to the big names in the industry (RIO and SA) one needs to look no further than ARC fishing products. The small lineup of products is described by Travis Thompson; the co-founder of ARC, as “simplicity at its finest, but not at the sacrifice of technology” and I would have to agree with him. One pull of the camo multi-color nylon tippet and I could already see what he meant. This proprietary multi-colored line pattern produces maximum invisibility in a number of fishing conditions (think Maxima supergreen) while maintaining suppleness for techy presentations and low stretch for improved feel on the hook set. ARC is also the first company to produce fluorocarbon-coated nylon tippet. While a little stiffer than typical tippet ‘ARC Flourocoat has the strength for fishing around trees and brush without having to worry about breaking off on a big brown that runs you through an abrasive environment. The spools are eye appealing as well with different color bands for size and type identification.arc-fishingYeti Rambler (30oz)I know there are many options for keeping things hot and cold out there but Yeti remains the top name in their industry. I was able to test out the 32oz Rambler, and found that the Rambler was able to keep my coffee hot in for hours on a November day in Montana. For example, I left my coffee cup in my truck while I went in to eat at a local diner. When I came out after eating a meal with friends the coffee was still as warm as it was when I had initially left my home. The Rambler holds ice just as well in the summer and is an awesome stocking stuffer for any fishermen on the go.yeti30rambSimms ExStream Half Finger GlovesA solid pair of gloves are a must-have for your gear quiver when hitting the river in the fall and winter months. The Simms Ex-Stream half finger glove is the perfect glove to keep in your pack for when things get a little blustery. Powered by Polartech Powershield Pro these gloves provide ample warmth all while maintaining a breathability that wicks moisture away from a day of handling big browns. The fingerless option is my favorite because I prefer to always have my fingers available for knot tying and line management, but the ExStream line of gloves also comes in a full finger, and fold-over mitten version for the die-hards.exstreamgloveslast_img read more

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Costa Rica: Coast Guard seizes 1,900 kilograms of cocaine

first_imgBy Dialogo May 08, 2014 SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica – The Costa Rican Coast Guard confiscated about 1,900 kilograms of cocaine off two fishing vessels in the Pacific Ocean near the city of Golfito as part of Operation MARTILLO, Public Security Minister Mario Zamora said on May 6. “This is the most important seizure in years,” Zamora said during a press conference the next day. “I have the honor of saying goodbye with the announcement of one of the greatest strikes against drug trafficking in recent years,” he added. Zamora and the rest of outgoing President Laura Chinchilla’s staff exits office on May 8. Costa Rican authorities have seized nearly 52 tons of cocaine since Chinchilla was sworn in on May 8, 2010. Three suspects who were arrested in connection with the seizure could face between eight and 10 years in prison if convicted. Incoming Public Security Minister Celso Gamboa Sánchez thanked the U.S. for detecting the suspicious vessels traveling toward the U.S. Operation MARTILLO is a multinational effort that includes Canada, Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, Guatemala, Honduras, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. It strives to disrupt transnational criminal organizations by limiting their ability to use Central America as a transit zone. [Tico Times (Costa Rica), 07/05/2014; CR Hoy (Costa Rica), 07/05/2014; La Nación (Costa Rica), 07/05/2014]last_img read more

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Bluesun Hotels will manage the Velaris resort in Supetar

first_imgAfter announcing the joint venture of its Sunce concern and the German TUI, the world’s largest tour operator, which entered the co-ownership of a Croatian hotel for the first time, the Hotel Jadran in Tučepi, Jake Andabaka announced that TUI and Bluesun hotels through their joint company Punta Zlatarac Tucepi bought 32 hectares of land on Brac.These are the famous bays of Tiha and Stiniva near Sutivan, where they plan to build a luxury hotel complex with two to three hotels of the highest category. Land buyers cite the possibility of building up to three hotels, several villas and a facility to accommodate workers.In addition, the company Hoteli Zlatni Rat from Bol on Brač, which is a member of the Jake Andabaka concern, leased the settlement in a top location in the island’s capital – Supetar, for five years. These are the Velaris resort, the former Pliva resort, which includes the 4 * Hotel Amor, the 4 * Villa Vela Luka and two 3 * pavilions, with a total capacity of 172 rooms.Photo: Velaris Resort”This project will bring additional value to our existing operations on the island of Brac, all through the company Hotels Zlatni rat” stands in the statement of the Sun concern. Andabak has been present in Bol with its hotels for a long time, and the expansion of capacity and strengthening the position on the domestic tourist market will certainly contribute to its ownership of Brac Airport.Related news: EXCELLENT COOPERATION! PRIMA FURNITURE EQUIPPED BLUESUN 5-STAR HOTELSlast_img read more

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PREMIUMDevelopers vow to provide green management in ITF Sunter amid concerns from activists

first_imgThe developers of Jakarta’s first waste-to-energy (WTE) incinerator in Sunter, North Jakarta have claimed that the facility will apply environmentally sound technology amid concerns from activists over possible health hazards.Once completed, the incinerators would burn garbage and produce electricity amid efforts for the city administration to sort persistent waste issues and decrease reliance on Jakarta’s sole final disposal site in Bantar Gebang, in neighboring satellite city Bekasi, West Java. The plan has long been under scrutiny by environmentalists, who have warned of possible health hazards, including toxic fumes released by the facility.City-owned developer PT Jakarta Propertindo (Jakpro) and Finnish energy company Fortum formed joint venture PT Jakarta Solusi Lestari (JSL) to carry out the construction and operation of the WTE incinerator called the intermedi… Google Log in with your social account Topics : Facebook itf-sunter incinerator waste-to-energy waste-to-energi-power-plant jakpro Jakarta-administration waste Jakarta-waste North-Jakarta LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Linkedinlast_img read more

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Retiring Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech in line to join Chelsea as part of new-look technical staff

first_img Metro Sport ReporterFriday 26 Apr 2019 11:38 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1kShares Comment Cech enjoyed an enormously successful 11-year career at Chelsea (Picture: Getty)Clubs such as Ajax, Bayern Munich and Barcelona have a strong presence of former players in the upper echelons of their setup, and it is an approach that is being copied now by Premier League clubs.Cech is thought to be willing to return but will not make his final decision until the end of the season after assessing all his options, but Chelsea’s board believe he would get the fans back onside after a disappointing season.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Cech is being lined up for a technical position, rather than a coaching role (Picture: Getty)However, rather than taking on a coaching role, Chelsea want Cech to be part of a new-look technical staff, fulfilling some of the old tasks of Michael Emenalo.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTDirector Marina Granovskaia has taken on the majority of Emenalo’s old duties since he departed the club, but Cech would share some of the burden in terms of recruitment and bridging the gap between the board and the manager.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityRoman Abramovich has always respected Cech’s opinion on previous Chelsea managers and players and they still enjoy a good relationship.The west Londoners are keen to bring back some of the players who etched their name into Chelsea’s history during the most successful era of the club’s history.center_img Advertisement The Blues are eager to bring some of their former heroes back to Stamford Bridge (Picture: Getty)Chelsea are ready to bring Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech back to Stamford Bridge in a brand new role behind-the-scenes as he prepares to retire at the end of the season.The 36-year-old has already announced he will hang up his gloves in May, having lost his place in the Arsenal team to Bernd Leno, though the Gunners had hoped to convince him to stay on in a coaching role.But, according to the Telegraph, Chelsea are confident he can be tempted back to the Bridge, where he spent 11 years winning multiple Premier League titles and the Champions League. Retiring Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech in line to join Chelsea as part of new-look technical stafflast_img read more

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Construction starts on the Harmony estate display village in Palmview

first_imgLocal and national home builders took their first steps on to the site of Queensland’s largest display village north of the Brisbane recently, as they conducted their first inspection of Harmony Display World, currently under construction at Palmview, Sunshine Coast.EVERYONE loves a good display village and where better to wander through one and dream about a new lifestyle than on the Sunshine Coast.Harmony Display World at Palmview is under construction and set to deliver a display world junkies dream.Part of AVID Property Group’s $3 billion residential development, Harmony, the village will feature 43 homes from a team of 25 national and local builders.AVID Property Group general manager Bruce Harper said a recent visit by the builders, to inspect the site, was a terrific milestone for the project as construction progressed towards opening later this year.“It’s an often-used phrase but Harmony Display World really will be a ‘one-stop shop’ for people wanting to buy and build a new home,” Mr Harper said.“And where better to build a home and a life than the beautiful Sunshine Coast.”More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoBy completion Harmony will deliver more than 4,800 homes for 12,000 future residents and will feature 100 hectares of open space, including Queensland’s first grand linear park. There will also be a large Town Centre with shopping, dining and other leisure activities. Harmony Display Village at Palmview starts construction.“The builders will play a very important role in transforming the site into a destination for home design and lifestyle visioning, where people can experience the very best of Sunshine Coast living,” Mr Harper said.“No two buyers’ needs are the same and that’s why there will be a diverse range of homes and land, lots on offer to suit a variety of lifestyles.“Our range of builders include respected local Sunshine Coast builders, as well as major national builders with reputations for producing award-winning homes.”Mr Harper said AVID recognised that people increasingly looked to technology to initially explore their property and building options however, the opportunity to ‘touch and feel’ home products would always be critical to buyers.“Not only will people be able to see inside our fantastic range of homes, the Sales Hub Precinct will include the community’s first cafe and spaces for community events, markets and festivities.“Harmony Display World will become a destination people will want to come back to,” Mr Harper said.last_img read more

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