Paul Nolan’s exciting recruit Latest Exhibition is among seven runners for the Liam And Valerie Florida Pearl Novice Chase.Runner-up in the Albert Bartlett at Cheltenham, the seven-year-old made a winning debut over fences over this course and distance last month.Among his rivals are Tom Mullins’ mare Court Maid, winner of both her starts over fences, and Pencilfulloflead and Run Wild Free from the Elliott stable.- Advertisement – Mullins withdrew his other entry, last year’s winner Saldier, at the 48-hour final declaration stage – leaving a field of five on Sunday.Abacadabras, runner-up in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham, represents Gordon Elliott – while Jessica Harrington runs three-time Grade One scorer Supasundae.Coeur Sublime and Jason The Militant complete the quintet.- Advertisement – Willie Mullins relies on Saint Roi to give him a 10th consecutive win in the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown.Saint Roi burst on the scene with victory in the County Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival and followed up with a successful seasonal debut at Tipperary last month.- Advertisement – Elliott’s Fury Road, who was a nose behínd Latest Exhibition in the Albert Bartlett, reappears in the Unibet 1000th Race Celebration Hurdle.A five-strong line-up includes Henry de Bromhead’s Baptism Of Fire and Ted Walsh’s Dewcup.Magic Of Light, a late withdrawal over fences at Clonmel on Thursday, is one of five runners for the Frontline Security Grabel Mares Hurdle.Jessica Harrington’s 2019 Grand National runner-up faces Buildmeupbuttercup and Elimay from the Mullins camp. – Advertisement –
Curve Birtinya is a $37 million project in the heart of the Sunshine Coast’s world-class health hub.A SUNSHINE COAST developer will break ground on its $37 million lakeside residential complex next year, but there has already been plenty of interest from the medical fraternity.Curve Birtinya will feature 55 luxury one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments within the heart of the Oceanside Health Hub – a 17-ha development alongside the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.Just three weeks after its launch in mid-September, Cube Developments director Scott Juniper said there had already been four expressions of interest.“It soon became obvious that our potential buyers would likely come from those connected to the hospital, or people who wanted to be close to health facilities,” he said.“But having said that, people are also attracted by the new precinct and the fact our development is focused on the owner-occupier more so than investors.“We designed it with that in mind … larger, liveable apartments with everything you need in walking distance.”Mr Juniper said they had also focused on ensuring the building itself was a “showstopper”.“Architecturally, we have gone to another level,” he said.Construction is expected to start in January 2018 and be completed by January 2019.Each apartment will boast northerly water views, spacious light-filled interiors, high ceilings, quality appliances, generous balconies and room to entertain.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoThe spacious apartments are also expected to be popular with empty-nesters keen to downsize but not ready for a retirement village setting.“You can paddle in the lake, jog around the boardwalk, visit local restaurants and cafes, work out in the on-site gym or enjoy a Sunday morning coffee in the beautiful park next door,’’ Mr Juniper said.The launch of the Curve Birtinya development coincides with the recent approval of the new Stockland Birtinya shopping centre, which will house major supermarkets, retailers and a dining precinct within the Stocklands Oceanside residential precinct.Apartments at Curve Birtinya range from $385,000 for a one-bedroom apartment to $1.05 million for a three-bedroom penthouse with rooftop terrace.***THE BASICSCURVE BIRTINYADeveloper: Cube DevelopmentsPrice: $385,000 to $1.05 millionLocation: Birtinya, Sunshine Coast
Its the time of year again to adjust the clocks in your home and vehicle.The time will fall back one hour as Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3.While many residents will gain an extra hour of sleep Sunday morning, others will enjoy an extended night out. Due to the time change, alcoholic beverage vendors will gain an additional hour of business. Indiana law dictates alcohol sales must stop at 3 a.m.Indiana has observed Daylight Saving time since April 2006.We will spring forward an hour in March 2014.