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first_imgThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.A BUYER with deep pockets is being offered the chance to become a neighbour to Billabong founder Gordon Merchant on a Tugun hilltop.Offers are being sought for a 2.616ha site that neighbours Merchant’s sprawling ridge line home and enjoys expansive views that take in the ocean.The land, approved for a large luxury house, last changed hands as part of a $2.8 million transaction in 1995.The rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.Brad Duncalfe, of Ray White Commercial GC South, yesterday said that the site offered exclusivity.“It’s got some of the best views and, of course, a private driveway.“This land’s perfect for someone looking for the ultimate in privacy, while still being close to the beach and services.”The property is being sold by Pacific International Properties, which is linked to Philippine businessman Philip Cea, a long-time Gold Coast property investor.Duncalfe said the Cea family two years ago had plans approved for a lavish 580sqm house and these plans were included in the sale offer.Merchant bought his 13.23ha property for $1.4 million in 1993 and went on to build his two-level home.When the Tugun bypass was built his access was in jeopardy until the State Government agreed to build a bridge over the new motorway section to service not only two properties but also the Woodgee walking trail.last_img read more


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first_img“This trophy is not just mine, it’s for all my Real Madrid team-mates, for all my team-mates from the Croatia national team, for all the coaches that I have played for.ALSO READ: Delhi weather: Light to moderate showers in national capital today“Without them, this would not be possible and thank you a lot to them. This trophy is also for my family, without whom I would not be the player and person that I am. They are my ‘the best’.”Luka Modric’s victory breaks a long duopoly of 10 years by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. The midfield maestro had earlier won the UEFA Players of the Year award. He was also named the best player of the FIFA World Cup 2018. “First of all, I would like to give congratulations to Mohamed [Salah] and Cristiano [Ronaldo] for the great season that they’ve had and I’m sure in the future they will have another opportunity to fight for this trophy,” he added.Modric thanked all the team-mates and staff of both his club Real Madrid and country Croatia.center_img Brazil’s Marta won the women’s award for the sixth consecutive time, while France’s World Cup winning coach – Didier Deschamps – clinched the Coach of the Year award. Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah won the Puskas Award (Best goal of the year) for his sensational goal against Everton. New Delhi: Real Madrid and Croatia’s midfield stalwart Luka Modric has been named the FIFA Men’s Player of the Year 2018 at FIFA’s BEST football awards in London on Tuesday. Modric played a pivotal role in handing Real Madrid its third consecutive Champions League trophy and then was the key player behind Croatia’s dream run to the FIFA World Cup 2018 final where they were beaten by France.“It’s a great honour and a beautiful feeling to stand here with this amazing trophy,” he said.ALSO READ: Fuel Price Hike: Petrol price hits Rs 90.22 mark in Mumbai, spirals to Rs 82.86 in Delhi; diesel priced at 74.12 in national capitalMeanwhile, Real Madrid and Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo finished second, while Liverpool and Egypt’s Mohamed Salah finished third behind Luka Modric.Luka Modric acquired a total of 29.05 per cent of votes, ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo who got 19.08 per cent and Mohamed Salah, who banked 11.23 per cent of votes.last_img read more


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first_imgTechnically, every game counts.And technically, USC has already started its conference schedule (and is 0-1).But the preseason is over.This, of course, is a lie. There is no preseason in college football. Week one is week one, and the games all count just the same in the annals of history.But still … the preseason is over.Conference games are all about familiarity. You know your opponent. Your opponent knows you. You can remember the last however many seasons and all of your games against this team, and these players, and this coaching staff. You remember the hotel you stayed at and the locker you used.When sophomore defensive lineman Leonard Williams lines up against the Sun Devils this Saturday, he’ll probably remember he had his only career interception against them last year. Same goes for junior linebacker Lamar Dawson. Junior wide receiver Marqise Lee might remember ASU as the squad that handed him his first ever loss as a Trojan: a tremendously lackluster 43-22 defeat that featured four USC turnovers.The same cannot be said of any of the Trojans first four games. USC has actually played Hawai’i three times in the last four seasons — more than they’ve played Washington State — but still, Hawai’i doesn’t have the intensity of a true conference game. Neither does Washington State, despite the fact that the Trojans lost, and it actually was a conference game.Arizona State is a different story. The Trojans have played the Sun Devils in each of the last 18 years, and this will make it 19. That level of familiarity breeds an intensity that simply cannot be achieved in a nonconference game. And that intensity hasn’t boded well for the Trojans in recent years. USC has lost its Pac-12 road opener in four of the last five seasons (the lone win being at Washington State in 2010, which in the past would warrant a joke about how that doesn’t really count), and this will be the Trojans first true road test of the year — and one of the toughest, as Sun Devil Stadium is notoriously rowdy.Plus, it’s a night game, which is conducive to even rowdier fans, and a young offensive line that starts two underclassman on the left side, and you can see how this will be a different sort of beast for the Trojans. For redshirt sophomore quarterback Cody Kessler, this will be his first try at managing offensive communication — the huddle, audible,  snap count — with some real noise to deal with.“I remember playing there two years ago. It was a very hostile environment,” said Kessler, who redshirted that season but made the trip with the team. “I enjoyed that. You like getting up for big games like that.”Of course, Kessler went on to say that there is nothing particularly special about a Pac-12 game, and that it’s “just another opportunity for us.”Look, I get that. Every game counts and part of any team’s M.O. is not getting too amped for any one particular contest — keep the focus internal. But if the Trojans step on to the field at Sun Devil Stadium and treat it like Hawai’i … Well, I don’t think I need to explain what will probably happen. And neither does junior cornerback Josh Shaw.“Some people may say it’s not [more intense],” said Shaw of conference play. “But you can just walk in to practice and tell. The crowd noise is pumping. This is a Pac-12 game.”Now Utah State is a good team, no doubt. People seem to forget they won 11 games last year, and their two losses came by a total of five points. Hell, it’s conceivable that the Aggies are better than the Sun Devils. But the reality is this: Saturday’s contest will be the toughest of the season so far for this Trojan team, who haven’t exactly looked stellar in their previous ones.Regardless of the opponent, or even the venue, this is a Pac-12 conference game. USC is 0-1 so far. “Any Given Satruday” runs on Thursdays, ironically. To explain to Nick how this makes no sense, or comment on this column, email him at burtonn@usc.edu or visit dailytrojan.com. Follow Nick on Twitter @NickMBurtonlast_img read more