Monthly Archives: August 2022

Michigan offers 7 tips for considering student loans

by on August 31, 2022 0
The Michigan Department of Treasury’s Student Assistance Team wants families to be vigilant and informed when considering student loans. “Michigan students and families cover a significant portion of their higher education costs,” said state treasurer Rachael Eubanks. “When student borrowers become their own financial advocate, they can better understand how to manage and benefit... Read More

Launch of TN Credit Guarantee Scheme, offering loans up to Rs 40 lakhs

by on August 28, 2022 0
What is TN Credit Guarantee Scheme | Tamilnadu Credit Guarantee Scheme Online registration, eligibility and benefits, required documents | According to the authorities, the government of Tamil Nadu is taking steps to facilitate the expansion of the micro, small and medium enterprise sector. The government’s objective in establishing programs like these is to foster... Read More

Bush and ‘Burbs: Joel Houghton, Clint Hinchliffe, Adam Hunter, Zach Jackson, Chris Masten and more

by on August 25, 2022 0
Western Australian sports journalist Jackson Barrett takes a look at what’s happening in the country and amateur leagues around WA in his weekly column. The Houghton Grip The Eaton Boomers’ fleeting hopes by a former Fremantle Docker who guided them to a jaw-dropping three-point victory. Joel Houghton scored five goals in the Boomers’ 10.15... Read More

Moment of change: the era of Covid

by on August 24, 2022 0
Life is synonymous with change, and You are the insurer for all the changes – big and small – that happen to you. That’s why the Brisbane Lions and Youi have teamed up for the ‘Moments of Change’ series, where each week they will look back on some of the defining moments that shaped... Read More

Chinese banks reportedly inflated lending figures

by on August 23, 2022 0
Beijing’s pressure to lend, coupled with borrowers’ economic concerns, has reportedly led Chinese banks to inflate their lending numbers by adopting unusual practices. Chinese banks allegedly inflated their lending figures with unusual practices, according to a “Bloomberg” report citing unnamed executives of six mainland lenders. Methods include lending to businesses and allowing them to... Read More

Crowds gathered in Melbourne this morning to give the legendary Archie Roach an emotional farewell

by on August 22, 2022 0
DISCLAIMER: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that this article contains an image of a deceased person. Archie Roach passed away on July 30, 2022 and his family granted permission to use his name and likeness. At 9.20am today a roaring motorcade of Harley Davidsons descended on Smith Street in Fitzroy. ‘The... Read More

Brisbane Lions loss to Melbourne Demons, Dayne Zorko fakes toughness, Jonathan Brown embarrassed to be a fan

by on August 19, 2022 0
Three-time Premier Lion Jonathan Brown has slammed his former club for their first-half horror against Melbourne, saying he was “embarrassed” to be a Brisbane fan. And St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has slammed the Lions’ ‘false tenacity’ and ‘atrocious’ performances from their key defenders. In an ominous statement to the rest of the competition... Read More

UniLodge Carlton & Essence Hotel for sale – JLL

by on August 19, 2022 0
The UniLodge Carlton & Essence Hotel, one of Melbourne’s ‘Golden Mile’ most desirable assets, will go on the market this week from Sydney-based owner Serene Capital. Peter Harper and Nick MacFie of JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality alongside David Hill of Alternative Investments have been appointed exclusively to sell the asset. Originally built as a... Read More

AFLW Season 7 Preview: Melbourne Demons

by on August 17, 2022 0
Coming off a loss in their first-ever Grand Final, Melbourne will be looking to go one step further in season seven of the AFLW competition by securing their first premiership. Last season: Second (Nine wins, one loss) It was a solid season overall for the Demons, securing their first-ever AFLW Grand Final appearance, albeit... Read More

Michael Renzella lists another downtown asset

by on August 17, 2022 0
Hotel investor Michael Renzella is selling another low-rise downtown building with development potential. At 9 Prince Patrick Street, Richmond – near Church Street, also on the Cremorne border, the 451 square meter two-storey asset comprises two self-contained offices. The 358 m² Commercial 2 zoned site, with 15 meters of street frontage, could be extended... Read More

Read our opinion on Small Price

by on August 16, 2022 0
The refurbishment of The Hotel des Princes was a four-year labor of love, and Little Prince Wine — part bottle shop, part wine bar — was the latest jewel in the crown. The hybrid hangout has quickly carved out a niche for midweek dining, last-minute wine runs and underground feasting all the way. Although... Read More

Sydney Swans in ‘box seat’ for top two after Collingwood thrashing, John Longmire, Isaac Heeney, video, analysis, highlights

by on August 15, 2022 0
If there was any doubt over Sydney’s chances of becoming Premier, John Longmire’s side issued a warning to the rest of the competition on the eve of the start of the final. Additionally, Sydney’s 27-point victory over Collingwood put them in the “box seat” to grab a vital top-two position. If they beat, as... Read More

Wild Winter 2022 | Melbourne City List

by on August 11, 2022 0
The Otways will be alive with live music, performances and food for the next two weekends as part of the WinterWilds Festival. Previously described as “dark, wild and a bit dirty”, this dark arts festival is the perfect way to celebrate the end of winter. We’ve compiled a list of 10 hedonistic events, concerts... Read More

The Lions team prepares for Saints Clash

by on August 11, 2022 0
A squad of 24 Brisbane Lions AFLW travel to Victoria tomorrow to take on St Kilda in a practice match ahead of the start of AFLW Season 7 in two weeks. Reigning W medalist Emily Bates headlines the squad at RSEA Park, alongside 2021 Nat Grider All-Australian and captain Bre Koenen. Rookies Ella Smith... Read More

State Offers Guidance When Considering Finding Student Loans | News, Sports, Jobs

by on August 11, 2022 0
As Michiganders prepare for the upcoming fall semester and begin paying their tuition, the Michigan Department of Treasury’s Student Assistance Team asks students and their families to be vigilant and informed when are considering student loans. “Michigan students and families cover a significant portion of their college fees,” said state treasurer Rachael... Read More

The 2022 block location explainer: Where is the tree change season? Everything you need to know about Gisborne South in the Macedon Ranges, Victoria

by on August 9, 2022 0
The Block 2022 is currently in full swing, and in a first season the show ditched city life in favor of a tree shift to beautiful Gisborne South in Victoria’s Macedon Ranges. Teams Ankur and Sharon, Dylan and Jenny, Omar and Oz, Tom and Sarah-Jane, and newbies Rachel and Ryan each build a huge... Read More

Why MILKRUN will change your life

by on August 9, 2022 0
Lyrics BY CHRISTINE LAN The comforting aromas of herbs, spices and freshly baked flatbread warm the kitchen on this chilly evening, and your beloved friends are soon to arrive. Lamb kofta and potatoes are baked on a bed of rich and spicy tomato puree sprinkled with a ground spice blend of peppercorns, cloves, cinnamon,... Read More

AFLW Season 7 Preview: Adelaide

by on August 6, 2022 0
Reigning Premiers Adelaide Crows are the first to take part in our 2022 AFL Women’s Team Previews, which will run one by one ahead of Season 7. The Crows have just won a Grand Final memorable against Melbourne to claim their third flag, and although they have lost some experience, remain one of the... Read More

Who will buy The Oaks Hotel Neutral Bay? Laundy family, Rich Listers, fund managers among potential buyers of Sydney pub for sale

by on August 5, 2022 0
Regarding The Oaks and other big-ticket hotel deals, Musca says these properties and businesses have benefited from decades of planning, licensing, gaming and capacity approvals in prime locations it would be nearly impossible to replicate as new developments. “Basically, the best hotels in the best locations are just going to enjoy perpetual, unfettered profit... Read More

Saints goodbye McGlynn

by on August 4, 2022 0
Assistant coach Ben McGlynn has informed the Saints that he will not be staying at the club for the 2023 season. Following a 171-game AFL career at Hawthorn and Sydney, McGlynn entered the coaching career straight after retiring in 2016. Since joining St Kilda ahead of the 2017 season, McGlynn has worked in many... Read More

Docklands resurrect

by on August 2, 2022 0
After its two-year hiatus due to COVID, Firelight Festival returned to Docklands to resounding success last month with record crowds eclipsing the numbers most recently seen in 2019. Beginning Friday July 1 on a picture-perfect Melbourne winter night, the neighborhood buzzed from NewQuay to Victoria Harbor as fire twirls, roving performers, musicians and light... Read More

Luke Jackson’s future at Melbourne Demons, Fremantle Dockers, Dan McStay, Brisbane Lions, Collingwood Magpies, Jordan De Goey, St Kilda Saints

by on August 1, 2022 0
Melbourne and Brisbane have been asked about the future of two of their respective out-of-contract stars as rumors swirl. Plus the latest on the offer of a suitor to Jordan De Goey as well as Dan Hannebery’s future. Get the latest news and updates on player movements in AFL trade whispers! Watch every AFL... Read More

John McGrath – The rise of hallmark residencies

by on August 1, 2022 0
An interesting trend in the global prestige market today is the rise of branded residences. Branded residences are usually apartments in a hotel-led development. Owners have access to the same luxury services and facilities as hotel guests, providing a luxurious, unique and convenient lifestyle that is highly appropriate and appealing to executives and high... Read More