WEEKEND AUCTION: 244 Baroona Road, Paddington — 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 car space — goes to auction at 10am on Saturday. Picture: realestate.com.auA MIXED bag of properties from fixer-uppers to penthouses and luxury hillside homes should produce very diverse results at auctions in Brisbane this weekend.A total of 86 homes in greater Brisbane will go under the hammer this weekend, 61 of which were to be held on Saturday and a massive 25 on Sunday. WEEKEND: Queenslanders galore on auction list 10AM: Scope to add your own style 2PM: War hero’s home going under the hammer SUNDAY AUCTION: Is this Brisbane’s most luxurious home? 112 Mein Street, Hendra; Auction: Sat 21-Oct-17 11:00AM; 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 2 car spaces.Originally 94 homes were scheduled for auction but eight had to be cancelled because they sold beforehand — seven of those had been scheduled for Saturday and one for Sunday.A 1920s cottage at 12 Prince Street, Paddington led the charge for homes that went under contract before they could go to auction. The tiny 273sq m size of the block was not enough to deter interest, with the prime location spurring demand. No figure has been given for the sale price but it last sold in 2009 for $595,000 according to CoreLogic records. 166 Stratton Terrace, Manly Qld; 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms, 2 car spaces; Auction: Sat 21-Oct-17 3:30PM. Sold before auction: 4 Arctic Street, Upper Mount Gravatt; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 5 car spaces. *FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER on Twitter or Facebook FREE: Get The Courier-Mail’s real estate news direct to your inbox BRISBANE’S AUCTION TIMETABLE:SATURDAY 8:45AM 7 Myrtle Street, Grange, Qld 4051 9:00AM 10 Rotorua Court, Aspley, Qld 4034 28 Deighton Road, Dutton Park, Qld 4102 9:30AM 93 Forest Street, Moorooka, Qld 4105 6 Lamona Circuit, Sunnybank Hills, Qld 4109 10:00AM 28 Charlotte Street, Wavell Heights, Qld 4012 118 Bell Street, Kangaroo Point, Qld 4169 25a Emma Street, Red Hill, Qld 4059 24 Glenmorgan Street, Keperra, Qld 4054 95 Hows Road, Nundah, Qld 4012 31 Orcades Road, Yeronga, Qld 4104 18 Rous Street, Hendra, Qld 4011 6 Elizabeth Street, Paddington, Qld 4064 244 Baroona Road, Paddington, Qld 4064 4/27 Second Avenue, Sandgate, Qld 4017 54 Eagle Street, Alderley, Qld 4051 10:30AM 73 Jardine Street, Stafford, Qld 4053 11:00AM 39 Granville Street, West End, Qld 4101 17 Adios Cl, Sunnybank Hills, Qld 4109 31 Dolomite Street, Runcorn, Qld 4113 59 Gumdale Street, Wakerley, Qld 4154 112 Mein Street, Hendra, Qld 4011 20 Athol Street, Yeronga, Qld 4104 12 Walter Street, Toowong, Qld 4066 3/43 Simpsons Road, Bardon, Qld 4065 11:30AM 435 Musgrave Road, Coopers Plains, Qld 4108 24 Dance Crescent, Eight Mile Plains, Qld 4113 12:00PM 99 Raff Avenue, Holland Park, Qld 4121 19 Glasgow Street, Ashgrove, Qld 4060 26 Fosbery Street, Windsor, Qld 4030 10 Vista Street, Bardon, Qld 4065 100 Franklin Street, Annerley, Qld 4103 CHURCH 27 Ruth Street, Corinda, Qld 4075 140 Turner Road, Kedron, Qld 4031 12:30PM More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day ago 4 Arpege Crescent, Eight Mile Plains, Qld 4113 17 Conlan Street, Carina Heights, Qld 4152 1:00PM 34a Yardley Avenue, Ashgrove, Qld 4060 77 Barkala Street, The Gap, Qld 4061 84 Harding Street, Hendra, Qld 4011 1:30PM 42 Emma Street, Holland Park West, Qld 4121 16 Geelong Street, East Brisbane, Qld 4169 2:00PM 5/10 Fortitude Street, Auchenflower, Qld 4066 77 Fletcher Parade, Bardon, Qld 4065 13 Colworth Street, Sunnybank Hills, Qld 4109 101 Kingsley Terrace, Manly, Qld 4179 28 Lunga Street, Carina, Qld 4152 9 Bulimba Parade, Bulimba, Qld 4171 45 Gaynesford Street, Mount Gravatt, Qld 4122 2:30PM 202/21-23 Victoria Street, Windsor, Qld 4030 14 Littler Street, Sunnybank, Qld 4109 3:00PM 5 Bride Street, Wynnum, Qld 4178 49 Wentworth Parade, Balmoral, Qld 4171 264 Gardner Road, Rochedale, Qld 4123 4 Edzell Place, Carindale, Qld 4152 14 Allardyce Street, Graceville, Qld 4075 3:30PM 166 Stratton Terrace, Manly, Qld 4179 PIC 10 Kanuka Street, Algester, Qld 4115 4:00PM 2/38 Vincent Street, Indooroopilly, Qld 4068 286 Formosa Road, Gumdale, Qld 4154 95 Stephen Street, Camp Hill, Qld 4152 6:00PM 27 Vardon Street, Wilston, Qld 4051 SUNDAY 9:00AM 5/249 Coronation Drive, Milton, Qld 4064 Historic terrace 22 Shaw Street, Auchenflower, Qld 4066 Commercial 9:30AM 15/11 Croydon Street, Toowong, Qld 4066 10:00AM 2217/180 Grey Street, South Bank, Qld 4101 3 Sussex Court, Carina Heights, Qld 4152 15 Normanby Terrace, Kelvin Grove, Qld 4059 76 Lockerbie Street, Kangaroo Point, Qld 4169 71 Park Road, Wooloowin, Qld 4030 2506/25 Anderson Street, Kangaroo Point, Qld 4169 4/22 Oxford Street, Woolloongabba, Qld 4102 29 Mullens Street, Hamilton, Qld 4007 18 Strath Street, Highgate Hill, Qld 4101 83 Hampstead Road, Highgate Hill, Qld 4101 4/18 Moray Street, New Farm, Qld 4005 103/180 Dornoch Terrace, Highgate Hill, Qld 4101 5/29 Bilyana Street, Balmoral, Qld 4171 9 Potts Street, East Brisbane, Qld 4169 6/10 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe, Qld 4005 50 Hillside Crescent, Hamilton, Qld 4007 1500 Creek Road, Carina, Qld 4152 5 & 7 Clarence Street, South Brisbane, Qld 4101 2/68 Rose Lane, Gordon Park, Qld 4031 10:30AM 4009, 4010/255 Ann Street, Brisbane City, Qld 4000 7/183 Kelvin Grove Road, Kelvin Grove, Qld 4059 54/29 George Street, Brisbane City, Qld 4000 (List source: realestate.com.au) Under contract already: 12 Prince Street, Paddington; 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 car space. Auction cancelled due to sale: 64 Montpelier Street, Clayfield; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car spaces. Under contract: 43 Clarke Street, Hendra; 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car spaces.Among other auction properties that have already gone under contract was the brand new 64 Montpelier Street, Clayfield, as well as a low maintenance home at 32 Flemington Street, Hendra, a retro 1970s original at 4 Arctic Street, Upper Mount Gravatt, a dual listing at 43 Clarke Street, Hendra, the finely kept 60 Solar Street, Coorparoo, plus 14 Zeehan Street, Wavell Heights. A unit at 30/34 Dornoch Terrace, West End has also had its auction postposed pending negotiations.The first home going to auction this weekend is in the Grange at 7 Myrtle Street, while Saturday’s last one to go under the hammer will be in the evening at 6pm at 27 Vardon Street, Wilston. Brisbane’s Sunday auctions start at 9am with the final three of the weekend going at auction at 10.30am. Auction cancelled: 32 Flemington Street, Hendra; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 4 car spaces. 27 Ruth Street, Corinda Qld; 5 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 2 Car Spaces; Auction: Sat 21 Oct. 2017 12PM.
BACOLOD City – Police arrested adrunken man for possessing an unlicensed gun in Barangay Mansilingan. Police officers seized an improvisedfirearm and a shell of a 12-gauge shotgun from Planilla. The suspect was detained in thecustodial facility of Police Station 7./PN He was identified as 34-year-old AlanPlanilla of Barangay Vista Alegre, a police report showed. According to police investigation,Planilla started a commotion around 10 p.m. on Oct. 6.
Despite winning 4-0 over Portugal in their first match, Germany coach Joachim Loew said the players have to be very careful and pay attention referring to what happened in the 2008 Euro and 2010 FIFA World Cup when they won the first match and lost the second. Germany play play Ghana in a Group G.Germany coach Joachim Loew has urged his side to stay focused and avoid surprises when they face Ghana in Group G of the FIFA World Cup here Saturday.Despite winning 4-0 over Portugal in their first match, Loew said the players have to be very careful and pay attention referring to what happened in 2008 Euro and 2010 World Cup when they won the first match and lost the second.The 54-year-old also compared the situation to what happened to Italy, who won their first match against England 2-1 and then lost 0-1 to Costa Rica.Loew praised Ghana’s fit players, saying that they are strong and likely to strike. On the other hand, he said that defender Mats Hummels may not play as he is not 100 percent fit. Hummels suffered a bruise during Portugal’s match.Germany take on Ghana at the Estadio Castelao.Despite winning 4-0 over Portugal in their first match, Germany coach Joachim Loew said the players have to be very careful and pay attention referring to what happened in the 2008 Euro and 2010 FIFA World Cup when they won the first match and lost the second. Germany play play Ghana in a Group G.
A sense of calmness radiated through Derek Fisher’s voice as he boarded the Thunder’s team plane, giving a sense that not much has changed since he wore a Lakers uniform.He’s averaging a career-low 2.7 points on 35.2-percent shooting, raising the never-ending gripes about Fisher’s age (39), a streaky shooting stroke and a lack of foot speed. Yet, his coaches and teammates endlessly laud him for his on-court hustle and locker-room leadership. But as he sat on the team plane before the Thunder traveled this week for a set of back-to-back games in Atlanta and Memphis, one significant backdrop was different.Fisher will retire after this season, putting an end to an 18-year career that brought him five NBA championships and becoming the league’s second-oldest player behind the Lakers’ Steve Nash. “I rarely use the word never, but I feel like this is a good opportunity to put a cap on a great career,” Fisher said in an interview this week with this newspaper. “I think we have a legitimate chance to make a run at the title.”Fisher’s quest to earn his sixth championship seems realistic. The Thunder (17-4) enter tonight’s game against the Lakers (10-11) at Chesapeake Energy Arena with a four-game winning streak, an undefeated home record (10-0) and the NBA’s leading scorer in Kevin Durant (28.4 points per game on 47.2-percent shooting). Fisher also notices Durant and Russell Westbrook adopting similar traits from Bryant that ensured five NBA titles. “Kevin has a lot of Kobe’s versatility. Kobe is a very versatile player and has all the skills. He can shoot, he can dribble, he can pass, he can defend and he wants to win,” Fisher said. “With Russell, I see similarities in the way that Kobe wanted to impose his will on every game. They try to physically dominate so they can attack the game. They have no conscience shooting the ball. They take and make the big shots and they play through their mistakes.”Bryant has played differently in two games since returning from a left Achilles tendon injury that sidelined him for eight months. Bryant has morphed between becoming a ball-handling point guard and off-ball screen setter instead of his usual dominant scoring role. He’s averaged 14.5 points on 40-percent shooting, 3.5 assists and 5.5 turnovers through two games, a far cry from his career averages of 25.5 points on 45.4-percent shooting and 4.7 assists. “It’s been difficult for him to persevere through all the different stages of rehab that he’s gone through just so he can come back,” Fisher said. “Now that he’s back on the court, I think there’s a new beginning. This is the first step. I see a very strong trajectory going up in the near future.”What will that entail?“When the switch goes on, it will go on to the way people are accustomed toward seeing Kobe Bryant play,” Fisher said. “It’s just a matter of time before that happens.”For Fisher’s sake, hopefully not quickly enough for Bryant to lead the Lakers out of a 12th-place standing in the Western Conference and unexpectedly spoil the Thunder’s title aspirations. A sixth NBA title for Fisher would put him in a tie with Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Scottie Pippen and Bob Cousy. Do Bryant and Fisher engage in friendly banter over who will end his career with the most rings?“That never comes up. In some ways, I can’t even fathom winning championships and looking up and not seeing him right there,” said Fisher, who played with Bryant for 12½ seasons before being traded in 2012 to Houston in a salary dump. “It’s hard to even have that kind of conversation. But at the same time, we’ll feel very driven to try to be on a championship team again before our career is over.”That’s why Fisher said he hasn’t planned yet for post-retirement. “I’m not going to want to necessarily just sit around the house, but I’ll take a step back from the grind of the NBA schedule and see where my heart and passion takes me,” said Fisher, who believes he’ll have some broadcasting opportunities. “I want to take a step back right after retiring from playing and see through conversations, meetings and discussions what would fit the best.”After serving as the president of the National Basketball Players Association during the 145-day lockout in 2011, Fisher also expressed interest in possible leadership positions. But Fisher still has to deal with an early termination lawsuit from former NBA players’ union executive director Billy Hunter that accuses Bryant and his agent Rob Pelinka of acting on behalf of Fisher by urging Hunter to accept a 50-50 split in of basketball-related income. Both sides eventually agreed to a near 50-50 split, but Fisher has denied he secretly negotiated with owners. “I don’t really lose a lot of sleep over it,” Fisher said. “We have attorneys who are doing the heavy lifting. It’s in the hands of the lawyers and the legal system. Hopefully something will get figured out and clarified pretty soon.” Instead, Fisher pledges he will focus his last NBA season, fulfilling a job description that sounds very familiar to Laker fans. “I’m trying to continue building this team in terms of the relationships. I think they appreciate feedback better when they know you more,” Fisher said. “If I make some shots, that’s great. But I’m always going to do a lot of other things that don’t necessarily show up in the stat sheet that helps my team win.”Fisher did that plenty of times with the Lakers, including his game-winner with .04 seconds left in the Lakers’ Game 5 win over the San Antonio Spurs in the 2004 West semifinals and his endless clutch shots in the 2009 NBA Finals and 2010 NBA playoffs en route to two championships.But Fisher talked more on the Lakers’ 2000 NBA season that ended the franchise’s 13-year championship drought and the “luck” he had in staying healthy on talented teams than rehashing his memorable playoff moments.“The success of our teams helped feed my development,” Fisher said. “But if you have a passion or love for something that you do, you’re willing to persevere and endure and fight through adversity and still enjoy the process of what you do.”Soon enough, the Thunder’s plane departed. Fisher had to go to fill that role one last time. 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