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A new land development in Holmview keeps Logan firing

first_imgOne of Choice Homes many designs.Located near the Holmview Train Station, and around 30 minutes from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast, The Highlands is well placed to harness the strong demand for property in the area.“There is significant pent up demand for property in the Northern Corridor and we wanted to go some way to meeting that while launching The Highlands with a bang,” Mr Knight said.Next month, three new display homes, powered by James Hardie and Colorbond Steel materials, will open in the estate, which is situated just off the corner of Tallagandra and Wuraga Road, Holmview and ideally positioned with easy access to the M1. The Highlands is just minutes from Eden’s Landing State School, Canterbury College and more than 21 public and private schools and numerous childcare centres in the Logan region. Choice Homes, with one of its displays pictured, has recently launched Highland Estate in Logan, releasing 163 blocks worth $37.5 million.THERE are only four blocks out of 27 left in the first release of a new Logan estate, proving the growth corridor is still booming.The $75 million The Highlands estate, by Choice Homes, will eventually see 163 blocks sold as a new master planned community in the Logan Corridor.Choice Homes director Troy Knight is expecting the new estate in Holmview to match the performance of its nearby sister estate, Tallagandra Heights, which sold out in record time.“We are expecting to deliver $75 million plus in house and land packages by the end of the year,” says Choice Homes Director Troy Knight.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago“This is an exciting new master planned estate that has been a long time in the making and Choice Homes is excited to finally release it to the market.”last_img read more

Microsoft Is Finally Showing Notepad A Little Love

first_imgStay on target Microsoft has been shipping Notepad as part of Windows for more than three decades. It hasn’t really changed much in all that time.This week, however, Microsoft announced a bevy of updates and refinements that are being introduced in the latest Insider Preview build of Windows 10. It’s a fairly long list and there a plenty of interesting mentions… like some long-overdue improvements to Notepad.Sure, most of the functionality that they’ve added has been available in third-party apps for years. It’s still nice to see Microsoft throwing power users a bone and tweaking the humble little text editor.So what’s new? For starters, you’ll be able to navigate your text creations more easily thanks to a column and row display on the status bar (you can also hide it if you find it unnecessary). Microsoft has also improved the find tool by teaching it to remember you previous settings and pre-entering any text you have highlighted when you invoke it via control + f or the edit menu.The new Notepad also lets you zoom in and out. You can do it either through the view menu or by pressing control + plus and control + minus just as you would in Chrome, Firefox, Photoshop and loads of other apps. Prefer to use by pressing control and rolling your mouse’s scroll wheel? You can do that, too.Here’s a change I find particularly exciting: Notepad finally knows what to do when you press control + backspace. Instead of doing this:…and making those annoying little rectangles, Notepad will delete the entire word to the left of your cursor like all good Windows apps should.No, these aren’t the type of thing that the average Windows user is going to care about. But for more technical folks who always find themselves pulling up Notepad to check out log files or do quick edits, they’ll be much appreciated.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Twitch Streams Porn on Ninja’s Old AccountMicrosoft Releases Retro Windows App as ‘Stranger Things’ Tie-In last_img read more