The exterior of Anchorage on Maloja. Anchorage on Maloja. The sale now leaves only four of the developments 12 penthouses available, all of whichfeature state-of-the-art kitchens with Gaggenau appliances, glass shutters to ensureterraces blend seamlessly with living areas, as well as marble, granite, tile and Australianhardwood flooring throughout.Ranging in size from 382sq m to 650sq m, the two-level penthouses have five-bedrooms,four bathrooms, study, three garages, and full-length balconies to capture the stunningwater views.Single-level penthouses have four bedrooms, smart-wired media room, three bathrooms,two-car garages and huge balconies.All the penthouses feature, an outdoor kitchenette, temperature-controlled wine cellar inthe garages and are priced from $2.8 million. Mr Chesterman said their minds were quickly made after viewing the luxurious four-bedroom penthouse complete with a heated lap pool, private jetty with a 12mpontoon and ocean views.“We moved to Caloundra after living in Gladstone and were quick to fall in love with thelifestyle, area and our home,” Mr Chesterman said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours ago“We were very happy with our current home, location and water views and weren’t keepinga watch on the property market, however, after we visited Anchorage on Maloja ourthoughts and plans were quickly changed.“It had everything we were looking for in a home – ample living space, gorgeous views and alevel of luxury we knew would be hard to find elsewhere”.The recent penthouse sale is the fourth made by Billie LeKich at Anchorage on Maloja, withstrong interest in the remaining residences. The prestigious waterfront penthouses of Anchorage on Maloja have secured another record sale for Caloundra with a single level penthouse snapped up by a local couple for $3 million.A single-level penthouse at Caloundra has sold for a whopping $3 million.The waterfront penthouse at Anchorage on Maloja was snapped up by a local couple.Selling agent Billie LeKich, of Billie’s Prestige Selection, said the sale was a “recent record” for Caloundra following a $4.25 million purchase at Anchorage on Maloja, which she secured in 2015.“This is quite a spectacular sale for the coastal town, which is beginning to see steadygrowth in property value and certainly bodes well for the market leading into the secondquarter of 2019,” she said.“A number of buyers from Brisbane and interstate are showing a lot of interest in Caloundradue to its proximity to Brisbane whilst offering a beach front lifestyle.”Mrs LeKich said the vast inquiry she is seeing at Anchorage on Maloja was largely due to thewaterfront position and unsurpassed views the boutique collection of homes offered.“This is a truly unique development which offers luxury and house-sized apartments inproximity to Caloundra CBD and its shopping and dining precinct,” she said.“The location paired with well thought-out and luxurious design has cemented its positionas a one-of-a-kind development on the Sunshine Coast, which has attracted strong salesresults, such as this most recent $3 million sale,” she said.Pelican Waters locals Peter and Helen Chesterman said despite not actively looking topurchase, the chance to own one of the opulent waterfront penthouses was too good tomiss.
Boss Hans Flick believes the 28-year-old Brazilian is the ideal player to bring in to lead the attack with Robert Lewandowski who turn 32 this summer.And with Manchester City’s Leroy Sane still in Bayern’s sights, the club are hoping a double raid on the Premier League will leave them with a front line to strike fear across Europe.Firmino is a vital cog in the machine at Anfield, playing an unselfish role as the link man for Sadio Mane and Mo Salah to wreak havoc.But Bayern believe the champions-elect are preparing themselves to let one of those three front-men leave this summer as they target a move for Timo Werner.Jurgen Klopp is in pole position to win the race for signature of RB Leipzig sensation Werner, 23, who is understood to favour a move to Anfield above any other options.That leaves Firmino’s role with the European champions under threat and Bayern are ready to test Liverpool’s resolve with an offer this summer, which could be as high as £75million. Loading… Bayern Munich want Roberto Firmino to quit Liverpool this summer and help lead a new era of dominance in Germany.Advertisement Promoted ContentEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Characters Who Would Make Astounding Disney PrincessesIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own EyesDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?The World’s 7 Most Spectacular Railway StationsFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical Read Also: Bundesliga: Leipzig hold leaders Bayern to stay point behindLiverpool have already begun the work of planning for their title defence by speaking to every individual player and their agent to find out what their plans are for next season.The majority have no intention of leaving but some could seek a move for more regular football and the Reds are just covering themselves by getting the conversations started early.Sane’s future at City remains unclear with the wide man now back in training after a serious knee injury.Pep Guardiola has spoken of his desire to keep the 24-year-old at the Etihad but Sane wants more regular football and has long been in the sights of Bayern.They are likely to come back with a firm offer in the summer, hoping he and Firmino can be the quality signings they are looking for.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Bundesliga giants are looking to refresh their squad at the end of the season and Reds star Firmino is one of their top targets.
BRYAN FAUST/Herald photoThe No. 3-ranked Wisconsin women’s hockey team scored six goals and shut out North Dakota Saturday to close out the WCHA best-of-three playoff series.After a 4-1 victory in the series opener, the Badgers were relentless in their efforts to prevent a do-or-die game three.”It was extremely important to wrap it up as soon as possible,” UW goaltender Meghan Horras said. “We didn’t want them to get any confidence, because they’re a team that can take a little bit and turn it into a lot.”After a back and forth start in the early going of Saturday’s game, UW forward Jinelle Zaugg picked up her 22nd goal of the season, snapping a five-game scoring drought. Freshman Erika Lawler and junior Sara Bauer, a finalist for the Patty Kamaier award, were credited with the assists.The second period began with a bang, as the Badgers scored two goals in just 32 seconds. At 1:32, Cyndy Kenyon added her eighth goal of the season on a top-shelf backhand, following a cross-ice pass from her new linemate Bauer. Lawler followed with her 11th goal of the year, as she picked up a drop pass from fellow freshman Tia Hanson, with the UND goaltender, senior Amber Hasbargen, nowhere in sight.”The second period was real big for us, because it kind of put the game out of reach,” UW head coach Mark Johnson said. “I challenged the team to come out and play like we wanted to win. It was kind of an ‘eye of the tiger’-type thing where we … let the other team know that we wanted to wrap it up and not let this thing linger on.”After the second goal, North Dakota made a personnel change and benched Hasbargen in favor of Kari Gabrielson, who was making her first collegiate appearance.While the freshman Gabrielson stopped 13 shots in the remaining 37:54, the Badgers’ offensive machine was already rolling.Senior Nikki Burish closed out the second period with her 10th goal on the year, becoming the sixth Badger to register double-digit goals this season. Wisconsin added two more goals in the third, as Lawler picked up her second of the day and junior fourth-line forward Phoebe Monteleone added her second goal of the season.The 6-0 victory was the Badgers’ 10th shutout of the season and their fourth in five games. Horras made 18 saves in the stonewalling, while capturing a school record of 17 career shutouts.”It’s always nice to get a shutout, but if I would have let in a few goals, we still would have won, and that’s what it’s all about,” Horras said. “The defense also stepped it up big, keeping shots to the perimeter and not letting the opposition walk right in or get second chances.”While Horras is the lone senior option between the pipes for UW, Johnson gave the nod to rookie Jessie Vetter in game one of the best-of-three series. The goaltenders are in an interesting situation as they continue to fight for a starting job while being expected to play at the highest level during the playoff push.”It’s something that at the beginning of the season I thought I would hate, but competing everyday keeps you on your toes and keeps you honest and working,” Horras said.Vetter was stellar on Friday, making 21 saves on 22 shots. The lone North Dakota goal came in the third period and was deflected in by a Badger forward.The freshmen production didn’t stop, as rookie Angie Keseley scored the first three goals of the 4-1 game to register the Badgers’ fourth hat trick of the season, as well as their first win of the playoffs.Keseley scored two goals in the first period, and she added another early in the third for the natural hat trick. Lawler tallied two helpers on the day and five points in the series.”You don’t know how they’re going to react in their first playoff games, but Erika [Lawler] and Angie [Keseley] have been playing real[ly] well these last few months, and maybe they’re just naive enough that they just go to the game, put the skates on and go play,” Johnson said. “Anytime you get production from young players, it’s a bonus, but … they’ve been pretty consistent all the way through, and at times they have scored big goals and provided a needed spark.”Next up for the Badgers are the WCHA semi-finals, where they will take on St. Cloud State. The last time the two teams faced off, the Huskies snapped UW’s 13-game unbeaten streak with a 1-0 victory.”Were all pretty pumped to play,” Lawler said. “They beat us in St. Cloud, and we’ll be fired up looking for some revenge.”
The last time Syracuse beat a ranked opponent was on Nov. 10, 2012. Here’s a list of other events around the same time period.— “One More Night” by Maroon 5 was the top song on Billboard’s Hot 100 that week Comments Published on October 15, 2016 at 7:51 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds — “Skyfall” was the top movie at the weekend box office— “Angry Birds Space” was the top paid app in 2012AdvertisementThis is placeholder text— R.A. Dickey won the National League Cy Young Award in 2012— “Fifty Shades of Grey” was the best-selling book in 2012MORE COVERAGE:Syracuse community reacts to win over Virginia TechThree quick reactions from Syracuse’s upset victoryThe Orange shock Virginia Tech, 31-17 Facebook Twitter Google+
ESA Gaming: The ‘lightweight’ weapon in an operator’s cross-sell arsenal August 19, 2020 Related Articles Pronet Gaming has strengthened its games portfolio after agreeing to integrate ESA Gaming’s EasySwipe portfolio.EasySwipe is a lightweight HTML5 mobile-first library of games which allows players to swipe between playing classic casino games and placing bets on their favourite sports.As part of the integration, Pronet Gaming’s partners will benefit from slots such as Fruit Staxx and table games including roulette and blackjack. The agreement will also include the integration of the football-themed instant win game Goal Mine.Bobby Longhurst, Pronet Gaming CCO, said: “A new wave of players have enjoyed casino games following the suspension of live sport, and with many leagues and tournaments anticipated to make a return in the near future, cross-selling will become crucial.“It’s for that reason we are delighted to have agreed a deal to integrate ESA Gaming’s EasySwipe portfolio, allowing players to enjoy both sports betting and casino experiences at the swipe of a finger.”Alessandro Sposito, Sales Manager at ESA Gaming, added: “We are very excited that Pronet Gaming is launching our EasySwipe games and are among the first to bring this game-changing product to operators.“Our products offer instant cross-selling and added revenue opportunities to sportsbooks which is sure to appeal to Pronet Gaming’s partners during a crucial time for the industry.” Share Pronet: Understanding the ‘new normal’ for the Premier League July 17, 2020 Submit Alessandro Sposito, ESA Gaming: Lightweight games for a heavy impact in Africa July 21, 2020 Share StumbleUpon