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first_imgSeventy potential buyers checked out 95 Sinnamon Rd, Sinnamon Park.The renovated five-bedroom house in Windermere Estate had two registered bidders and was passed in at $980,000.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019NGU Real Estate agents Emil Juresic and Nhan Tran worked with one of the auction bidders for three weeks to secure the sale at $985,000 as a cash unconditional offer. It turns out the gavel wasn’t the best way to sell this stunning home with its roomy tool shed, luckily, it wasn’t the only tool in the shed.A THREE week negotiation has secured the sale of 95 Sinnamon Rd, Sinnamon Park, after it was passed in at auction. SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN SINNAMON PARK There are tools in this room too, but some rooms don’t need to brag.Seventy parties went through the property prior to auction including three interstate buyers.“The buyers put their offer in after the auction and then it took three weeks to sell,’’ Mr Tran said.CoreLogic data shows the median house price in Sinnamon Park is $732,500, a 4.8 per cent increase in the three months to August.center_img The suburb is split into the Windermere and Edenbrooke estates where properties can sell for well over $1 million, and the more established areas where houses can still be found in the $500,000s to $700,000s.“There are determined buyers in the market,” Mr Tran said.“Certain properties are taking longer to sell but if you have the right buyer you’ll sell.” <<>>last_img read more

first_img Tweet 141 Views   one comment Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img Share LocalNews Soufriere family sentenced to 15 years by: – March 23, 2012 (L-R) Lauretta Xavier, Herbert Xavier and Manuella WilliamsHigh Court Judge Brian Cottle has sentenced a Soufriere family to serve an imprisonment term of 15 years for murdering their brother.Herbert Xavier, Lauretta Xavier and Manuella Williams of Soufriere were found guilty on March 9th, 2012 of killing Harrison Williams on 24th September, 2010.Dawn Yearwood Stuart who represented 35 year old Lauretta Xavier said in mitigation for her client that she was “satisfied” with the social inquiry report ordered by the courts.She asked the court to consider that Loretta had a 13 year old daughter and at the time of the incident was living with her father.She said “through the report it is clear that Loretta had no problem with her deceased brother Harrison”.According to Stuart, her client had “no previous convictions and had maintained her innocence in the face of the findings of a jury of her peers”.She said that one person interviewed in the report said that “the trio had to pay for killing their brother” because on the day they were charged “Loretta and Manuela were seen leaving the court waving to onlookers and showed no remorse”.Her client Loretta however said their actions were taken “out of context” she said that was their way of letting their family know “they were ok”.Stuart ended her mitigation by requesting from the Court judgment with mercy for Loretta.Wayne Norde mitigated on behalf of 32 year old Herbert Xavier begged the court for “leniency” asking the court to temper justice with mercy and not impose a lengthy custodial sentence on his client who is the father of “two young children”.He said his client was “not the aggressor on the night of the incident, a first time offender and was considered a nice and quiet person prior to the incident”.Norde further informed the court that Xavier was willing to “take part in any rehabilitation programs offered by the court or prison”.He ended his mitigation by asking that the sentence given to his client will give him a chance “to be in his children life”.Ronald Charles and Dawn Yearwood- Stuart mitigated on behalf of 43 year old Manuela Williams, mother of 5.They said their client was a “first time offender” who had a “very close relationship” with her deceased brother and has “maintained her innocence in the face of a guilty verdict”.They said Manuela “appears to be the only person who is suffering openly”.Stuart quoted her client saying “I cannot believe I going to prison for something I didn’t do. I never hit my brother Harrison but his wife was blaming me for his death”.Both Charles and Stuart begged the court not to impose a lengthy sentence and take the time spent in custody into consideration. “Give Manuela a chance that she can leave prison while she still young,” Charles said.Before sentencing Justice Brian Cottle noted that he is required to consider the facts, circumstances, character and record of the convicted person.Cottle pointed out that in the case of Herbert Xavier the jury had to review the pathologist report which stated that Williams received multiple injuries, which were “difficult to sustain the position that he acted out of self defense”.He said “the version does not agree with the facts. It is clear that there were three against the deceased. It is clear that at that point blows were inflicted and the force used was sufficient to cause the wood to break and cause broken ribs”.Cottle noted that he would take into account the fact that “the deceased was the one to produce the wood that night and entered into the yard of the convicts. But the Jury found that the reaction of the convicts went too far”.He said he would also take into account the fact that “all three convicts had a clean police record and also the social inquiry report which suggests responsibility of the breakup of the family should rest on the wife of the deceased”.Justice Cottle said; the defendants “never expressed remorse for their brother’s death up to this stage” and the court “must say to citizens that acts of violence which causes death to other citizens should not be taken lightly”.They were all sentenced to 15 years minus the 17 months already spent in prison.Cottle explained that he did not find “no good reason” to impose a different sentence as he considered that they were equally and jointly responsible for the death. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

first_imgSouthampton will welcome back a number of familiar faces when Liverpool arrive next weekend for a match Nathaniel Clyne believes could prove vital in the top-four race. During last summer’s unparalleled talent drain, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren and Rickie Lambert all left St Mary’s in favour of a move to Anfield. Those exits came at a reported combined cost of £49million and compounded the departures of head coach Mauricio Pochettino, Calum Chambers and Luke Shaw. Press Association “I think teams are coming up against us and making it really difficult for us to play,” Clyne said after Wednesday’s goalless draw. “I think they are coming to play counter-attacking football, which means that we have to try and break them down. “Yeah, it makes it difficult but we’re up for the challenge.” Southampton have certainly proved up to the challenge defensively, with their record of 12 clean sheets and just 17 goals conceded the best in the Premier League. “I think we’ve been solid all season, really,” Clyne added. “We’ve got the best defensive record in the Premier League. “We know if we keep that up, we know we can always go and win the game. “It’s been a great season. No one expected us to be where we are at the moment, but we’re flying high at the moment. “The confidence in the team and the morale’s high and we’re playing good football and we’re looking good.” Saints, though, have confounded those expecting them to struggle, with Ronald Koeman’s men sitting fourth in the Barclays Premier League standings with 13 matches remaining. Liverpool, four points worse off in seventh, are next up and England right-back Clyne is well aware of the importance of overcoming his former team-mates. “It is another game we’re looking forward to playing,” he told Press Association Sport. “We know Liverpool are a good side. “It is going to be another tough test for us, but I am sure if we play like we did (against West Ham) we can go and get the three points we’re looking for.” Put to Clyne that the match looked important in the top-four battle, he said: “Yeah, definitely. “I mean, if we get the win then we can push for that top four and hopefully we can stay there for the rest of the season.” To overcome Liverpool, Saints will need to show a cutting edge that has been missing in recent games at St Mary’s. Koeman’s side have not won in four successive home matches in all competitions, with the 10 men of West Ham the latest to leave with a smile on their face. last_img read more