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The city views from this renovated home are sure to impress buyers

first_img9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auHe said the downstairs pergola was a handy place to hang out on a hot day.“That area leads to the bar room and we often watch the footy there,” he said. “There’s a barbecue area downstairs too – it’s a great entertaining hub.”He said there was a home office which had a private entrance and an additional study or sixth bedroom if required. 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auFraser Leishman is making the move south to Sydney for work and is ready to sell his Morningside home.Mr Leishman and his family have lived at 9 Trafalgar St for the past 12 months and have loved every moment. 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auMr Leishman said he would love to see another family move into the home.“Young children would really love the big backyard,” Mr Leishman said.“There’s room downstairs, which can be used for play areas.” The view from 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auWith city views and an 814sq m block, Mr Leishman said it was hard not to fall in love with the Morningside home.The renovated Queenslander has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Leishman said he had done some renovations to the house, including renovating the laundry.“We restumped the front of the house and enclosed it too,” he said.“We can now park three cars there.“There’s a workshop which is quite wide and it has electric remote doors.”With plenty of room to spread out throughout the home, Mr Leishman said his favourite spot to wind down was the deck which overlooked the front yard and had city views.“The side deck is nice and, in the morning, it’s not too warm,” he said.“You can get some really nice breezes here to.”last_img read more

U.S. Navy Eyes Saab Anti-Submarine Warfare System

first_imgDefence and security company Saab will demonstrate its anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training system, the AUV62-AT, for the U.S. Navy. The AUV62-AT is an artificial acoustic system that mimics a submarine.The Navy will evaluate Saab’s AUV62-AT against its systems through the ‘Foreign Comparative Testing’ (FCT) program.The demonstration is planned for summer 2018, with an option to continue testing into 2019.The U.S. Navy is investigating a replacement to its current ASW training system for its undersea warfare training range.“With submarine usage on the rise, anti-submarine warfare training is more crucial than ever. Some of today’s submarines are armed with heavyweight torpedoes that can destroy a massive vessel rather than simply disable it. AUV62-AT prepares operators for this threat,” says Görgen Johansson, senior vice president and head of Saab´s Business Area Dynamics.Saab’s AUV62-AT package trains operators in submarine surveillance, detection, identification, classification, and target engagement. The AUV62-AT is an artificial acoustic system that mimics a submarine in a way that is compatible with any torpedo- and sonar system on the market today. The system fully replaces the use of a submarine in the role as a maneuvering training target and can be launched from a ship, a submarine, or shore, Saab explained.last_img read more

Cairns wins ATE 2014

Tourism Australia has announced that Cairns and Tropical North Queensland will host Australian Tourism Exchange in 2014, with the announcement without doubt a significant and much needed boost to the region’s troubled tourism industry.Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy made the announcement at ATE 2013 with ATE to take place in May, with the final date to be announced and he was supported in the announcement by Stephen Gregg, chairman of Tourism and Events Queensland and Rob Giason chief executive of Tourism Tropical North Queensland.To hear what they all had to say, including promising a very different ATE in Cairns, a city of 150,000 people compared to Sydney a city of 5 million people, click here.e-Travel Blackboard was on location to report from Australian Tourism Exchange 2013, brought to you by Hilton Sydney.Source = e-Travel Blackboard read more

ScarJo Whitesplains Any Role Comments After Backlash

first_img The Common Good Forum & American Spirit Awards 2019 Jamaican Republican Who Is Running Against AOC Supported Her A Year Ago Twitter Destroys Mia Love For Defending Trump’s Racist ‘Go Back’ Tweets No one:No one in the world:No one in the universe: Scarlett Johansson: pic.twitter.com/cPNMiZj2s3— Chris ︽✵︽ (@ChrisScavenger) July 14, 2019 It’s long been evident that Hollywood has a major diversity problem. And with the film industry’s history steeped in racism, it definitely does not help when white actors continue to feel entitled to play roles meant for Black people as well as other people of color.On Sunday, actress Scarlett Johnansson came under fire for comments she made during a recent interview with As If Magazine about being “allowed to play” any role.“You know, as an actor I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job and the requirements of my job,” Johansson said. “I feel like it’s a trend in my business and it needs to happen for various social reasons, yet there are times it does get uncomfortable when it affects the art because I feel art should be free of restrictions.” And as Johansson continues to believe she should be able to play anyone, Black actors continue to struggle for opportunities in film that are all too often given to white people.SEE ALSO:State Department Releases Statement On A$AP Rocky Being Jailed In Sweden R. Kelly Alleged Sex Slaves Post A Video From The Singer’s Condo In Trump Tower Morehouse Students Take To Social Media And Claim Sexual Harassment Complaints Were Ignored AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisMoreShare to EmailEmailEmail Johansson tried to walk back her comments claiming media outlets edited them for “clickbait.” Then she went on to pretty much say the same thing again:“An interview that was recently published has been edited for click bait and is widely taken out of context,” Johansson said in a statement. “The question I was answering in my conversation with the contemporary artist, David Salle, was about the confrontation between political correctness and art. I personally feel that, in an ideal world, any actor should be able to play anybody and Art, in all forms, should be immune to political correctness.”While one of the main issues that came to light following her comments was the lack of representation of transgender actors in film, there is also the lingering topic of Black representation, as well.And though Johansson went on to claim that she does support and fight for diversity, if white actors, who are usually preferred over Black and brown actors, can play anyone, how is that diverse?Over the years, many white actors and actresses have played Black people in movies, such as Angelina Jolie, who played a real-life Black woman in “A Mighty Heart;” Joseph Fiennes, who played Michael Jackson in “Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon;” and Jeanne Elizabeth Crain, who played a mixed-race Black woman in “Pinky.”Johansson’s logic could also be applied to the too-many-to-count incidents where actors like Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Robert Downey Jr. and more have donned blackface in films that continued to perpetuate stereotypes of Black people. In 2018, Johansson faced backlash from the LGBTQ community for agreeing to play a transgender man in the movie “Rub & Tug.” She went on to reluctantly remove herself from the role. One year earlier in 2017, she faced another controversy for playing an Asian character in the movie “Ghost In The Shell.”Many people called the actress out for her comments on social media: Blackface , Scarlett Johansson , White actors playing Black characters Scarlett Johansson: I can play anything I want. Actors can play anything they want.White cis men: yeah!Female POC: I am Bond, J…White cis men: not like that— Delaney King (@delaneykingrox) July 15, 2019 Scarlett Johansson preparing for her upcoming roles: pic.twitter.com/YFUK7T1R1f— hannah lee (@hannahleewrites) July 14, 2019 More By Megan Sims White Tears! Former Meteorologist Files Lawsuit Claiming He Was Fired Because Of Diversitylast_img read more