The One in West End is offering the first ten buyers, before June 30, a new Toyota Yaris.A BRISBANE developer has joined in the End of Financial Year sales blitz, offering the first 10 unit buyers, before June 30, a free Toyota Yaris hatchback. The One at West End is making the offer through online property agency iBuyNew.iBuyNew CEO Alex Caraco said buyers could choose from 16 floor plans to ensure their new apartment fit the urban lifestyle.One-bedroom apartments start from $418,000 for 51sq m with two bedrooms ranging in size and price from 70 to 92sq m and $570,000 to $710,000.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 agoThe One in West End.“With Brisbane’s residential developments on the rise, there’s no better time than now to invest in property that shows high appreciation,” Mr Caraco said. “The developer’s offer provides buyers with the perfect opportunity to own an exceptional property in West End plus secure a fabulous new car.”Due to start construction next month, The One at 89 Victoria Street, West End, is close to some of Brisbane’s best cafes, restaurants, bars, shopping and recreational spaces.The $33 million apartment project will deliver 61 apartments across eight levels, along with a three-bedroom penthouse.Resident only facilities include a rooftop terrace with a pool, barbecue facilities and private dining room.
LocalNews Bouyon Champions WCK celebrating 25 years by: – January 26, 2012 54 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share WCK original logo, photo credit: dominicadevelopmentgroup.comBouyon Champions “WCK” band will celebrate its 25th year of existence this year.Windward Caribbean Kulture affectionately known as “WCK” which was formed in 1987 has been credited as the pioneers of bouyon music which originated in Dominica. The WCK band which is also based in Dominica has earned its place at the top ranks in the entertainment industry due to its unique blend of the islands traditional music and dances namely Belle, Quadrille, Jing Ping, Mazouk and Cadence calypso. This blend has been labeled “Bouyon” a genre they had credited for creating. WCK representative Jael Joseph highlighted the accomplishments of the band at the Dominica Festivals Committee’s weekly press conference on Wednesday.WCK representative, J.L Joseph“WCK or CK for short has managed to bring back the traditional sounds of Dominica through technological advancements and the use of state of the art musical instruments thus enhancing and revitalizing a sound once thought to be dormant.”According to Joseph the group hits include; “One more sway” in 1990 and recorded the second album “Culture shock”, “Forever”, “Volah Voleh”, “Conch Shell”, “To show to flam”, “Balance Battay”, “Hold dem”, “Super Band”. Joseph noted that the Band has to date “produced over nineteen albums all highly acclaimed and continues to capture the hearts of multiple generations of music lovers, not only Bouyon music, but with a diverse repertoire both live and at protection level”. The band has received several awards over the years and these include;• Best album, Culture Shock, Dominica Fame awards, 1991-1992• Dominica road march for “Conch Shell” 1993• Best participating band Festival de musica del Caribe in Columbia in 1994• Best Album “To show to flam” in Dominica fame awards 1995• Best album original “Hold dem” Dominica fame awards 1996• Song of the year Bouyon in St Lucia RCI 1996• Best album “Too many cooks” Dominica Fame awards in 1997Joseph says “now approaching its twenty-fifth anniversary, WCK is unanimously, with resilience going against the present norm of one hit wonders. The band intends to live up to its duty to satisfy the current fans and attract new ones”Dominica Vibes News
After failing to make any significant additions to his squad since replacing Sir Alex Ferguson at the beginning of July, Moyes will finally get his chequebook out on deadline day. Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini seems certain to be a United player by 11pm, with the potential for Leighton Baines to make the same switch from Goodison Park to Old Trafford. “What would he go down for? For me it is a penalty kick.” Indeed, Moyes claimed his side had produced their best performance of the season and indicated he would not be too concerned if he failed to make reinforcements. However, Moyes’ true feelings were given away by his admission United missed the threat of Wayne Rooney, who has been ruled out for three weeks after suffering a nasty gash on the head in training on Saturday. “Wayne would have made a difference today,” said Moyes. “We maybe lacked something different at times but we didn’t have him because of the injury.” Manchester United manager David Moyes is ready to indulge in some retail therapy to get over Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at Liverpool. And there could be more too, with Athletic Bilbao’s Anders Herrera still on Moyes’ radar despite officials from the Basque outfit insisting following Sunday’s defeat by Real Madrid that the midfielder was going nowhere. Moyes was giving little away following Sunday’s game, when United failed to score in successive Premier League matches for the first time since May 2007. “There’s a bit of all sorts of things going on,” said Moyes. “Maybe in the next how many hours we will get a chance, but I can’t give you a heads-up. “It’s not too long before we will know.” Reflecting on the game, Moyes’ main grumble centred around a penalty claim Danny Welbeck had against Iago Aspas in the second half which referee Andre Marriner turned down. “I think it is a penalty,” said Moyes. “He kicks him on the back of the leg. “He was dribbling towards the goal and was in between a few players. Press Association
1 Juan Cuadrado Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella has confirmed Juan Cuadrado has signed for Chelsea.talkSPORT told you on Thursday that the 26-year-old winger had agreed a move to Stamford Bridge after the clubs settled on a fee on €32 million, with Mohamed Salah moving the other way in a loan deal.“It was a sale that had to be done,” Montella told Fiorentina’s official website on Friday.“The club has done the right thing because we are also getting a very good player.“Naturally, we need to understand how long he [Salah] will need to adapt to our football as it’s different from the English and Swiss leagues.“From a defensive standpoint, Cuadrado guarantees us a lot more than Salah.“Cuadrado is a player that has always arrived with a smile and given everything to Fiorentina.“I am convinced that if he could have played tomorrow he would have.“I’m happy for him because he is going to a big club.”Montella’s announcement could mean Andre Schurrle will complete a move to Wolfsburg, after reports suggested the German international had agreed personal terms with the Bundesliga outfit.