10 Yeeda Court, Shailer ParkA BRIGHT pink architecturally designed home at Shailer Park has sold for $712,500.LJ Hooker Kenmore principal Julie Crittenden said the family that bought the contemporary home at 10 Yeeda Court knew from the moment they walked in that it would be theirs.“The people who bought it are a nice young family and they just loved it straight away – they just loved the style and the character,” Mrs Crittenden said. “A property like that is such a character home.”The two-storey house, which sits on a 1120sq m block, has a bright pink driveway and pink and white walls on the outside. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 202010 Yeeda Court, Shailer ParkInside, it is a modern marvel with splashes of colour.Mrs Crittenden said the design was unlike any other she has seen in the area.“It’s an interesting floorplan – it’s like two houses stuck together,” Mrs Crittenden said.“The home was designed specifically for that block.”Mrs Crittenden added that it generated a lot of interest but some people couldn’t move past the pink driveway.She said they managed to find the perfect buyers who were happy to call it theirs.
Michael C. Shane, age 73 of Connersville, died Monday, July 29, 2019 at University Hospital in Cincinnati. Born October 9, 1945 in Batesville, he is the son of Delores (Nee: Bruns) and Carl Shane. He never got to know his natural father who was killed in World War II prior to Michael’s birth. His mother would remarry and he was raised by his stepfather Cletus (Poppy) Kellerman. He worked at the Ford factory in Connersville 32 years before retiring in 1999.He was very proud of his daughters. They spoke of how he liked sharing stories with them about his life adventures, had a wonderful sense of humor and was a bit of jokester. He was an exceptional athlete who prided himself in excelling on and off the ball field and liked sharing those accomplishments with them as well. A life well lived, he developed many enduring friendships that lasted a lifetime.Michael is survived by his daughters Danielle Shane of Oldenburg, Chantel (Bob Jr.) Weiler of Batesville, Mandy Shane of Metamora; sister Becky (Lloyd) Schutte of Batesville; brothers Ronnie (Ginger) Kellerman of Milhousen, Dave (Brenda) Kellerman of Texas and 11 grandchildren. At Michael’s request, services and burial will be private. The family requests memorials be made to the Oldenburg Baseball Field. For online condolences go to www.weigelfh.com.
UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 Share Related Articles Share Submit Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 William Moyes – UKGCIssuing an industry update, the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has published its ‘2019 Business Plan’ outlining its key strategic priorities and focuses for its sector 2018-2019 guidance.The Commission’s plan forms part of a ‘three-year strategy’, seeking to improve industry standards, consumer protections and further prevent gambling-related harm on consumers and the general public.A key development in the UKGC’s business plan, sees the Commission focus on ‘gaming product development’, with the governing body pushing for industry stakeholders to ‘design-in protections and control measures’.Updating industry stakeholders, William Moyes, Chair of the Gambling Commission, said: “Our ambitious plans for the next 12 months and beyond are designed to enable us to continue to respond to emerging risks and issues in a way that balances consumer choice and enjoyment with the risks associated with gambling, and the impact on wider society”.In its update, the Commission further details that the business plan further aims to better evaluate the way its organisation regulates industry stakeholders.“Our strategy and plans will deliver real change for consumers, the gambling industry and for us as the regulator. Our aim is to make gambling fairer and safer and to raise standards across the industry.”