The kitchen at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.Mr Payne said the property had been a great family home.“Christmas, Easter and all those sort of things were always there. My youngest daughter was married at home and my eldest daughter had her wedding photos there, too,” he said.“At one point both girls, their husbands and one of our grandchildren were living here.”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 2020 One of the living spaces at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.The main house has a cinema room with theatre lounge and sound proofing, family room with fireplace, bathroom, laundry and gym on the ground level.On the second floor there are formal dining and living rooms with a granite fireplace, and an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. All the living areas open to the wraparound veranda.The two bedrooms on this level have walk-in robes and there is a family bathroom. The property at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.THIS sprawling 7283sq m property with main house and cottage is perched high on a hill in Bahrs Scrub.Owners Ron and Donna Payne built the property at 23 Bahrview Drive 25 years ago.“I love the privacy and the nature of the home. It has everything you could imagine — swimming pool, tennis court and home cinema. It’s like a resort really,” Mr Payne said.“I like sitting on the veranda and looking at the view and enjoying the breeze. I don’t mind watching a movie in the home cinema either.” The pool at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.The property includes a tennis court, pool and sauna.The home is being marketed by John Jessop of Elders Real Estate Shailer Park. The rumpus room at 23 Bahrview Drive, Bahrs Scrub.The main bedroom takes up the entire top floor and includes built-in robes, study nook, sitting area and ensuite with corner bath, dual basins and shower.On the lower level of the cottage there is open-plan living, dining and kitchen, bathroom, veranda and two bedrooms with a walk-in robe and ensuite to one.Upstairs there is an open-plan dining and kitchen area, bedroom, lounge area and study.
NZ Herald 26 April 2012Twenty-one prostitutes have been found working illegally in Auckland brothels raided by Immigration NZ officials since the Rugby World Cup. “Eight brothels have been visited to check for people who may be working contrary to their visa conditions and to remind premise operators of their obligations to ensure compliance with immigration law,” said Immigration’s acting general manager for intelligence, risk and integrity, Peter Elms. At one Auckland brothel, Emily’s 8, four prostitutes were found to be working illegally. They included one Malaysian who was on a student visa. The brothel, in Waverley St, has been issued a warning letter. The Herald understands another Auckland brothel, which last year withheld the passport of a Malaysian sex worker, was also raided.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10801461
One of the athletes receiving his reward from the Permanent Secretary of the FMYS, olusade Adesola on Tuesday night in Rabat, Morocco At a brief ceremony on Tuesday at the Games Village, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports, Mr. Olusade Adesola, thanked Team Nigeria for the brilliant performance at the Games so far.“As a Ministry, we shall continue to fulfill the commitment of government to each and every one of you in line with the approval of Mr. President”.The Permanent Secretary also restated government’s commitment to the welfare of athletes stating that no single athlete or participant representing Nigeria is being owed any benefits or allowances.“My attention was drawn to a report in an online medium in which an athlete appealed to the Honourable Minister to pay their entitlements.“Those of you who have participated in international competitions since my coming on board in 2018 will attest to it that the ministry under my watch is not owing any athlete, rather we have gone further to support athletes on their medical needs, supported athletes with scholarships grants but having difficulty in meeting up with the front end costs.“Through the Nigeria Olympic Committee and other federations, we have secured scholarships for over 20 athletes.“ I therefore want to appeal to our athletes not to engage in peddling inappropriate information on the achievements of government towards us,” he pleaded.Olusade also restated that the 12th African Games will serve as a qualifying event for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (with few exceptions) in Athletics, Badminton, Canoe/Kayak, Cycling, Handball, Judo, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis, Beach Volleyball and Weightlifting.He congratulated the gold medalists in the mentioned sports who he said have already booked their spots at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.Earlier, the President of the Nigeria Olympic Committee Habu Gumel praised the athletes for their good behaviour in camp.He also reminded them of the need to win clean medals and the need to shun drugs.The Nigerian Ambassador to Morocco, Mr. Baba Garba also commended the athletes for comporting themselves in a good manner.The first batch of awards was for athletes who won laurels in Taekwondo, Table Tennis, Badminton, Gymnastics, Karate, Athletics, Basketball and Weightlifting.The next awards will be announced as the athletes conclude their events.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports has rewarded the first batch of medalists at the ongoing African Games in Morocco to the tune of N46 million.58 athletes and four officials got cash awards ranging from $3,000 for gold, $2,000 for silver and $1,500 for bronze medalists.Gold medalists in team events got $6,000, Bronze got $4,500 while the Badminton mixed team players shared $18,000.