Monthly Archives: July 2022

Construction has begun on the Preston apartment development, Oak on High

by on July 26, 2022 0
Construction has begun on the Preston, Oak on High apartment project. Developed by M Property, the project is inspired by the heritage of the sites, combined with a modern and futuristic avant-garde design. ‘This is a first-class neighborhood that will enrich, enliven and complement Preston’s existing scene,’ notes developer M Property. Straddling the outskirts... Read More

Business travelers are back and staying longer

by on July 24, 2022 0
In addition, Mr Fraser said business travelers were extending their weekend stays as part of a merger of corporate and leisure activities. While rising numbers of COVID cases and hospitalizations have prompted companies to encourage employees to work from home again, Fraser said corporate forward bookings at Choice hotels are currently strong. “This segment... Read More

Gannets are dying – Bella Caledonia

by on July 23, 2022 0
Gannets are dying and hardly anyone talks about it. It’s small beer, I guess, when there’s trench warfare in Europe, and when the Iberian Peninsula is on fire. A little beer when the UK has its own red heat alert, when our political system is corrupt, when, for many, ‘managing through’ is no longer... Read More

Cricket news 2022: Shane Warne’s family sells $10million luxury apartment in St Kilda

by on July 23, 2022 0
Shane Warne’s family have reportedly sold the Australian cricketer legend’s $10million luxury apartment in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. The late cricketing icon, who died in March, helped design the aspects of a lavish property located in the exclusive luxury Saint Moritz development in St Kilda. He even requested that No. 23, his Australian cricket shirt... Read More

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston hails ‘wonderful and friendly’ Derry amid Maritime Festival celebrations

by on July 21, 2022 0
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, chairman and founder of the Clipper Race, hailed the “wonderful” people of Derry and said leaving the town would be “bittersweet”. Sir Robin, the first person to sail non-stop around the world, was speaking at an awards ceremony in the village at the Foyle Maritime Festival on Wednesday evening, where the... Read More

Port Phillip Council gives green light to controversial development planned for St Kilda Marina

by on July 21, 2022 0
Modifications to the original proposed by the tenant, including a helipad.Credit:City of Port Phillip Councilwoman Rhonda Clark said she had no problem with the helipad. “We have many examples of this in Victoria. No one has a problem with a being in Yarra River…it’s really not that drastic,” she said. The caveats included in... Read More

6 types of small personal loans

by on July 20, 2022 0
Our goal at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS Number 1681276, hereafter referred to as “Credible”, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us for our services, all opinions are our own. There are many types of small... Read More

BofA Profit beats on strong consumer spending and loans

by on July 18, 2022 0
Bank of America Corp. beat analysts’ estimates for second-quarter earnings on Monday, with healthy consumer spending and strong loan demand limiting the hit to its investment banking business. BofA executives also presented a sunny outlook for consumer spending going forward, allaying fears that decades-high inflation is weighing on consumer spending. “CREDIT QUALITY IS ALWAYS... Read More

Harry Maguire targets Liverpool wins

by on July 16, 2022 0
Australian TV presenter and former rugby league player Beau Ryan proved a popular and good-natured host. the iconic MCG. United legends Bryan Robson and Andy Cole, both club ambassadors, were also present at the launch along with former kitman Albert Morgan. The new away stripes are said to be inspired by United’s classic white... Read More

Where Microloans and Open Banking Meet

by on July 13, 2022 0
Digital technology and integrations between banks, fintechs and retailers are changing not just how but also when payments are made. As a result, the way consumers pay for their purchases includes an increasingly popular option called buy now, pay later (BNPL). Taking a loan for a purchase as small as $35, which is essentially... Read More

Daily News Recap: JBIC Loans $220M to PFC for Renewable Energy Projects

by on July 11, 2022 0
Here are some of the day’s notable cleantech announcements from around the world: Power Finance Company (PFCs) signed a 30 billion yen (~$220.83 million) loan agreement with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC). The long-term facility extended to PFC is part of JBIC’s “Global Action to Reconcile Economic Growth and Environmental Conservation” initiative,... Read More

A gardening group where friendship grows

by on July 9, 2022 0
mike walen Left to right: Alan Torcetti, Nereida Culpan, Merv Taylor and Robin Petersen from St Kilda Retirement Village and Care Home, Cambridge. When Merv Taylor and his wife Sylvia moved to Bupa St Kilda Retirement Village in Cambridge four years ago, they didn’t know anyone. But they quickly made friends and built a... Read More

Winter orchard in the sky at Quincy

by on July 7, 2022 0
Admire the Melbourne city skyline while enjoying cocktails made from tangy local Marionette liqueurs. It may be the middle of winter, but the Q Rooftop & Bar inspires you to leave the comfort of your living room. winter orchard in the skyis a fruity, limited-edition specialty cocktail extravaganza featuring Puppet Liquors. The organized menu... Read More

VFL cats in rare curtain raiser

by on July 6, 2022 0
Geelong’s VFL fixture has been updated. (Sports Media Image/Marcel Berens) VFL team GEELONG will only play their second curtain raiser of the season when they host Sandringham ahead of the AFL clash between the Cats and St Kilda at the GMHBA Stadium on Saturday August 6. The Cats’ only other curtain raiser came earlier... Read More

South Dunedin strategy on table

by on July 4, 2022 0
Replacing parts of South Dunedin with wetlands and waterways has been mooted as a possible end result as regional and councilors consider a program to look at how the region should adapt to climate change. The program proposal has been jointly developed by Dunedin City Council and Otago Regional Council under the South Dunedin... Read More

Selina embraces Brisbane’s ‘cool’ factor, launching third Australian property in the River City

by on July 1, 2022 0
Panama-born hotel brand Selina is launching its third property in Australia’s River City, with the opening of Selina Brisbane at 466 George Street in the CBD. “Brisbane is fast becoming one of Australia’s coolest cities,” said Dean Leibowitz, Selina’s destination director for Australia and New Zealand. “There is a vibrant community of underground artists,... Read More