Investors re-fuel with Queensland petrol stations

first_imgFuel isn’t the only commodity with prices on the rise in Queensland, with a lack of supply putting petrol stations in investors’ sights.More than 60 investors showed interest in a Freedom Fuels petrol station at Redbank Plains, a suburb in Brisbane’s south west, which sold under the the hammer at a Colliers International auction for $3.95 million to a Newcastle-based private investor.Colliers International’s Richard Blanch and Hunter Higgins say the property at 181 Kruger Parade, which was sold on behalf of syndicator OzProp, attracted interest from both local and interstate groups.Read the full story on Commercial NewsMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agolast_img read more

Springboks name unchanged for RWC semi final

first_imgThe visit of Wales proves the most expensive game, with restricted view seats starting at 20-euro, rising to 105-euro for a premium level ticket. For the Scotland and Italy games, restricted view tickets begin at 15-euro, while premium level top-out at 95-euro. Lock, Lood de Jager has shaken off a foot injury, while hooker Bismarck du Plessis will play with a strapped hand after he wounded it in the quarter final win over Wales. Ulster’s Ruan Pienaar is again named on the bench. Meanwhile, the IRFU have confirmed the ticket prices for the 2016 Six Nations. last_img