Sam Browning and Alex Goldfinch with their renovated house in West End. Picture: Evan MorganRENO man Sam Browning and his business partner Alex Goldfinch have finished another renovation with jaw dropping results. RELATED:>>Reno transforms West End home>>Height of luxury in penthouse>>At home with Blockheads Caro and Kingi The peeling paint, green kitchen and pink bathroom sink at 46 Morris St, West End have been replaced with glistening polished timber floors, modern kitchen and bathroom and charming front porch. 46 Morris St, West End before the renovation. 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersRE/MAX Excellence selling agent Lisa Turner said the home had wide appeal and had been finished to an excellent standard. “There is plenty of exciting things happening in the city that buyers want to be close to and be part of,” she said. 46 Morris St, West End before the renovation. 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersThe pair from Avenue Developments and Consultancy started swinging hammers on June 20 until the project was finished last week. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The two-bedroom, two bathroom home has now been listed for sale with Lisa Turner from RE/MAX Excellence Townsville for offers to purchase. CLICK HERE for all the latest Townsville real estate news Mr Browning said he was thrilled with the finished product and felt the home could suit a variety of buyers.“I’m definitely the most happy with this project but it’s been a challenging renovation and it’s been trying on our friendship and trying on the builders,” he said.“It’s hard to find these character homes that have been here for such a long time and it’s really easy to maintain within walking distance of a $55 million private hospital so you could have it as an Airbnb.“It would be great for entertainers, being so close to the city, or with the size of the yard in mind it might suit a new family,” Mr Goldfinch added.” 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersThe house was completely restumped with the help of Panda House Relocators and also has new wiring and lighting. Recycled materials have been incorporated into the build with a timber feature in the living area, postbox, front gate and screening from the Transit Centre.An off-street parking area has been added. And the kitchen has all the features you would expect from a much more modern home, including stainless steel appliances and a butler’s pantry.The home is on the city side of West End and is a stone’s throw from the CBD. 46 Morris Street, West End after the renovation. Photo: Michael ChambersThe home will be open for inspection on Saturday and Sunday from 10.30am to 11am.For more information call Lisa Turner on 0450 449 606.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: After a nail-biting finish to the Asia Cup 2018, which India lifted for the record seventh time in an edge-of-the-seat last ball final finish against Bangladesh, Team India are set to play West Indies at their own backyard as the Caribbean team visit India for a complete tour, which includes 2 Tests, 5 ODIs, and 3 T20Is.The tour will be underway with a 2-match Test series, followed by 5 ODIs and 3 T20Is.ALSO READ | Exclusive | ‘Virat Kohli is class but we have a game plan for him’, says West Indies skipper Jason Holder ahead India tourThe Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are yet to announce the squad to play the series against West Indies. But, regular skipper Virat Kohli is expected to make a comeback after he was rested for the Asia Cup 2018.Meanwhile, some of the youngsters, who have been doing well in the domestic circuit and the shadow tours are also likely to get a call up.While India start as the favourites for the series, the West Indians have done well and any complacency by Team India could be turn the series upside down for them.ALSO READ: Did Cristiano Ronaldo rape American model in Las Vegas?Let us take a look at the complete schedule of the West Indies tour of India: TEST SERIES 1st Test from 4-8 October 2018Venue: Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, RajkotTime – 9:45 AM (IST)2nd Test from 12-16 October 2018Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, HyderabadTime – 9:45 AM (ISTODI SERIES1st ODI on 21 October 2018Venue: Barsapara Cricket Stadium. GuwahatiTime – 2:15 PM (IST)2nd ODI on 24 October 2018Venue: Holkar Stadium, IndoreTime – 2:15 PM (IST)3rd ODI (27 October 2018)Venue: Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, PuneTime – 2:15 PM (IST)4th ODI (29 October 2018)Venue: Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiTime – 2:15 PM (IST)5th ODI on 1 November 2018Greenfield International Stadium, ThiruvananthapuramTime – 2:15 PM (IST)T20I SERIES 1st T20I on 4 November 2018Venue: Eden Gardens, KolkataTime – 7:15 PM (IST)2nd T20I on 6 November 2018Venue: Ekana International Cricket Stadium, LucknowTime – 7:15 PM (IST)3rd T20I on 11 November 2018Venue: M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiTime – 7:15 PM (IST)
The Guyana Energy Agency, in collaboration with the Latin American Energy Organisation (OLADE), hosted a consultation workshop for key stakeholders on Monday at the Pegasus Hotel in Georgetown.Titled “Human Resources Management, Energy Statistics & Planning Awareness”, the workshop was conceptualised under the framework of the “Caribbean Energy Statistics Capacity Enhancement Project”, which has been implemented and supported by OLADE and the International Development Association – World Bank.The project’s main goal is to elevate energy statistics’ planning and management capacity, and to implement National Energy Information Systems within five Caribbean countries, namely: Belize, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, and Suriname.The key output of the implementation of a National Energy InformationParticipants and facilitators at the workshopManagement System is expected to be in place by mid-2019.With Guyana being a beneficiary country of the project, the main purpose of the workshop was to inform the participants of- the overall project, the stipulations for information management and energy planning, as well as human resources management and energy statistics.Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson, who was in attendance at the workshop, expressed the view that the workshop “….presents an opportunity for dialogue on the importance of energy statistics in driving the transformation and evolution of the sector, and the critical role that each organisation in attendance plays in the collection, analysis, and reporting of energy information…”Some of the topics covered during the sessions were: Information management and Energy Planning, Human Resources Management and Energy Statistics, the National Energy Sector – Data Management and Challenges.The workshop was attended by representatives from the Ministry of Presidency, Dept. of Environment; Guyana Sugar Corporation, Guyana Revenue Authority, Rubis, GUYOIL, Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Public Utilities Commission, Guyana Power and Light, Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Finance, Institute of Applied Science, and the Guyana Energy Agency.