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$70m beachside project kicks off in Queensland hotspot

first_imgAll kinds of surfcraft compete for position at Alex Heads as swell hits the coast. Picture: Lachie Millard.A $70M apartment development in one of the most desireable surf spots along the Sunshine Coast has already begun to generate strong interest.Construction was expected to kick off in March of Cube Developments “Beach Life Alex” project – a 64 strong apartment complex in Alexandra Headland.The 2,276sq m site at 118-120 Alexandra Parade was “directly opposite the sand and waves between the iconic Maroochydore and Alex surf clubs”, the firm said.The 64 apartments, with prices ranging from $599,000 to $2.49m, include two and three-bedroom luxury units with ocean views, light-filled interiors, quality appliances, big balconies and room to entertain, according to Scott Juniper of Cube Developments.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoBeach Life Alex will occupy a prime 2,276 sqm site at 118-120 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland.“We haven’t seen major projects of this nature on the Sunshine Coast for many years. Enquiry from local and interstate buyers is already very strong,’’ he said.He expected construction work on the project to be finished by May 2019.“This is the coastal lifestyle that everybody dreams about,’’ he said. “We expect strong interest from the market because of the luxury, low maintenance lifestyle and proximity to world class leisure assets and infrastructure.”He said the area was one of South East Queensland’s most exciting hotspots because of the Maroochydore City Centre development which complemented the precinct’s historically strong appeal.“Buyers are realising that opportunities in this prime Sunshine Coast location are becoming rarer by the day.” FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK FREE: GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REALESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO INBOXlast_img read more

Eastern district schools festival dubbed a success

first_img Share Share Share EducationLocalNewsPrimarySecondary Eastern district schools festival dubbed a success by: – June 14, 2012 28 Views   no discussionscenter_img Tweet Sharing is caring! Teachers singing as part of festival activities Roseau, Dominica – Education officials have dubbed the recently held Eastern District School’s Festival a success that gave students the opportunity to showcase the work they had done over the past school year.Chief Education Officer Stephenson Hyacinth said the festival maintained “the tradition of the East where we focus on output within the education system.”“Being here today to see some of the things you are doing, it shows that you are continuing the legacy of excellence in the East,” Hyacinth said, adding that Education Officer Madura Walter deserved high praise for her work in that district.The festival was held at the Castle Bruce Primary School under the theme, “Showcasing our Achievements,” and included an exhibition of art and other works completed during the term by all schools in the east.A mental math competition was also held among students of grades 4, 5 and 6 of the various schools and a poetry competition involving participants from all grades.Parliamentary Representative for the Castle Bruce Constituency, Hon. Johnson Drigo viewing some of the exhibits.Hyacinth commended the Eastern District principals for answering the “challenge together” in the organization of the festival.“I believe the district serves a very important function in that we can all learn together. We would experience much success if we would utilize the potential which lies in each district. Each principal in the district has a particular strength,” Hyacinth said.“Every school in the east should rely on the strength of the other principals in the district to support their efforts,” he advised.Parliamentary Representative for the Castle Bruce Constituency, Hon. Johnson Drigo, who represented the Education Minister, Hon. Petter Saint Jean, told students they had a “golden” opportunity to access quality education.He also called on parents, and other community interest groups to get involved in the children’s education.“From the politicians down, all of us a have to play a bigger part in ensuring that no child is left behind, no child falls through the cracks and every child achieves to the best of his abilities,” Drigo said.The Eastern District Schools Festival also included performances in song and dance from students of the various schools and climaxed with a medley of song by all the district principals. Press Releaselast_img read more