One 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.”
The London-headquartered law firm, Linklaters, has advised Eni and its Area 4 partners, CNPC, ENH, Galp and KOGAS on the project financing for the $8bn Coral South floating (LNG) project in Mozambique.According to the law firm’s statement, it is the largest project financing in Africa to date and the first project financing of an FLNG facility.The floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) unit will have a capacity of around 3.4 million tons per year. It is expected to be East Africa’s first floating LNG production project.The Coral field, discovered in May 2012, is located within Area 4 and contains approximately 450 billion cubic meters (16 TCF) of gas in place.In October 2016, Eni and its Area 4 partners signed an agreement with BP for the sale of the entire volumes of LNG produced by the Coral South project for a period of over twenty years.Eni is the operator of Area 4, through its participation in Eni East Africa (EEA), which holds a 70 percent participating interest in the concession while Portugal’s Galp Energia, South Korea’s Kogas and Mozambique’s Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), each hold 10 percent stake.Eni holds 71.4 percent shares of Eni East Africa with China’s CNPC holding 28.6 percent, however, in March 2017 Eni signed an agreement to sell 50 percent of its shares in EEA to ExxonMobil.
Former Syracuse head coach Greg Robinson spoke to The Daily Orange in an exclusive interview Monday afternoon. He reflected on his Syracuse career and defended his 10-37 head coaching record over the 2005-08 stretch. The five wins from his first two seasons at the helm have been vacated by the NCAA because of violations.“I loved my time at Syracuse. Absolutely loved it. Hated that it had to end the way it did. Wish we had won more. We had great kids. It was a great situation. Great people. I love the town. I go back all the time to see my grandkids.“If you go back and check out the archives of the players that I left in that program. A whole bunch went into pro football that I recruited … I do know this. I left it in very good shape. I’m not going to say it was better than when I came, or whatever, but I’m just going to tell you that I left in very good shape for years to come. And if people really go back and really do their homework, they’d see that. They’d see Justin Pugh, what’s the quarterback’s name on the Giants? I’m redshirting him and Chandler Jones. And Pugh, I’m the one that was recruiting that guy. He ended up being a first round pick. Mike Williams, you still had in the program. And I could keep going. There was a bunch of them. There was a whole bunch of guys. I feel good about what I did there. I needed to win more games.”When asked about his reputation in Syracuse, which has taken a hit publicly since his tenure as the least successful coach in program history, he defended his perception.“I don’t care. My reputation, let me tell you something. To the people that matter to me, I have a great reputation. First of all, I can tell you this. This I do know. I have an outstanding reputation in the city of Syracuse for the kind of person and the kind of family man that I was with my wife and my kids. In that town, I know we’re highly respected, OK? Highly respected.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I have no regrets. I gave everything I had. It’s just, I ran out of time. That’s the bottom line. I ran out of time. I’ve continued to be successful as a coach and I went to Michigan, I went down to Texas again and had success there. I was successful there at San Jose State, and won that bowl game a couple weeks ago. Our defense played outstanding. I’ve got no regrets.“I get it. I understand the business. I’ve been in it a long time. But there was no lack of respect. I believe that. For people that knew, that knew who I was and knew about me, I don’t even blink, because I know how people felt. I think they wish I would have won more. That’s what I think.”Robinson pointed out that things were getting better toward the end of his tenure. Syracuse beat Notre Dame, 24-23, and then Robinson said Syracuse played a “nip and tuck” game with then-No. 16 Cincinnati, a game SU lost 30-10. Both games occurred after Robinson was fired.“There’s always those things. Coulda, woulda shoulda. I’m not into that. It didn’t work. I wasn’t able to get over that hump. I think we were heading there because and look at the last two games I coached. We beat Notre Dame at Notre Dame and then we had (Brian) Kelly and his team at Cincinnati, we had them on the ropes in that game. And we lost one of our linebackers, who got hurt on a play and left the game. We played Cincinnati, and they won the league that year. We had them on the ropes the last game of the season, the end of the fourth quarter, it was nip and tuck. And then we were getting better. I knew we were getting better. If you go look at my quotes from the summer before, I said that we’re not there yet. We’re not there yet. Our secondary is young. It’s going to take a few weeks to get these guys to grow. But it turned out to be a pretty darn good group of guys and it was for the next group coming in, they had a nice group of guys ready to play. That’s really how it is.”Robinson also addressed his final press conference at Syracuse, where he recited Thomas The Tank Engine and said “I think I can.”“I was just saying that I believe. I believe that I was still climbing that mountain. I was still going. We all grew up as kids hearing that story. And I think I can, I knew I could. Like I said, I ran out of time. I’m not ashamed of that. Not at all.”Robinson stepped away from football last month after serving as the defensive coordinator at San Jose State. He said he’s not retired from football, but doesn’t know what direction his career will go in next. Comments Published on January 11, 2016 at 5:24 pm Contact Sam: email@example.com | @SamBlum3 Related Stories Greg Robinson coached Syracuse to 10 wins in 4 seasons to complete worst stretch in Orange history Facebook Twitter Google+
1 Stevan Jovetic celebrates his winning goal on his Inter debut Stevan Jovetic got his Inter career off to a great start with a goal on his competitive debut as the club began their Serie A campaign with a 1-0 win against Atalanta.It appeared Roberto Mancini’s men were heading for a 0-0 draw until the Montenegro international, three minutes into stoppage time, curled the ball past Marco Sportiello from 18 yards.Jovetic joined Inter from Man City at the end of July in a year and a half loan deal, with a view to a permanent transfer having been at the Etihad since 2013.He scored 11 goals in 44 games for the side as injury prevented him from managing a consistent run in the first team.