More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoThe home at 39a Feez St, Yeronga.The two-storey property, which is being marketed by Jason Adcock of Adcock Prestige, has polished timber floors and plenty of light thanks to windows at the end of the ling area that extend from the floor to the top of the second-storey void. The open-plan kitchen and living-dining area flows out to the deck with river views. The open-plan living, dining and kitchen area at 29 Strath St, Highgate Hill.“He decided to dig out down below to allow room for an extra six cars and a car lift,” Mr Wallis said. “He had three kids at home so the idea was to have that extra off-street parking.”The property is being sold with further plans for a fourth-floor sky deck with full city views. The kitchen at 39a Feez St, Yeronga.Upstairs, there are three bedrooms with built-in robes, a family bathroom and a master bedroom with walk-in robe, ensuite and river views.There is a pool and deck to the side of the home, a water feature and pond at the front entrance and a private river pontoon. The home at 29 Strath St, Highgate Hill is going under the hammer.THIS three-storey home with car lift, man cave and plans for a sky deck is going under the hammer in Brisbane on Saturday. The Highgate Hill home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, lift, an entire level dedicated to the master suite, and two-street access. Marketing agent Sean Wallis of Explore Property said the current owner bought the block of land at 29 Strath St along with plans for a two-level house, and decided to add an extra level. The home at 28 Ryena St, Stafford.The home at 28 Ryena St has high ceilings, white interiors, original timber floors and a private deck. The renovated kitchen has stainless steel appliances, timber benchtops, breakfast bar and plenty of cupboard space. The family bathroom has also been renovated but retains character charm. The formal lounge room at 29 Strath St, Highgate Hill.There is also a man cave that could be used as a games room or a space to store a car collection.A patio wraps around two sides of this level. On the third level there is a master bedroom with balcony, bathroom, parent’s retreat, dressing area and store room. One of the outdoor areas at 29 Strath St, Highgate Hill.Mr Wallis said the home’s prime location and two-street access were proving popular with buyers. The home will go to auction at 1pm on Saturday, July 22. If riverside living is more your style, a contemporary four-bedroom home at 39a Feez St, Yeronga is also being auctioned on Saturday. The kitchen at 28 Ryena St, Stafford.Outside there is private backyard with plenty of lawn and a recessed fire pit area. The home is close to public transport, Stafford City Shopping Centre and Stafford State School. The living area at 28 Ryena St, Stafford.The property is being marketed by Christos Papas of Place Coorparoo.Also going under the hammer is a new, two-storey family home at 91 Laurel St, Enoggera. The open-plan living spaces at 91 Laurel St, Enoggera.The kitchen has hand crafted splashbacks, European stainless steel appliances, soft close gloss cabinetry, gas cooktop, feature pendant lighting and walk-in pantry.The area opens through stacker doors to the covered deck with built-in outdoor kitchen and barbecue.There is also a separate media room, which could be used as a fifth bedroom, on the lower level. The river views from inside 39a Feez St, Yeronga.The home will be auctioned at 11am on Saturday, July 22. In Stafford, a renovated three-bedroom, one bathroom cottage will go under the hammer a 11am on July 22. The master ensuite at 91 Laurel St, Enoggera.Upstairs, the master bedroom has a walk-in robe and an ensuite with dual basins, double shower and separate shower. The remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and there is a study and a family room with balcony.The property is being marketed by Chris Stutz and Kathy Lillecrapp of Harcourts Solutions. It will be auctioned at 2pm on July 22. The lower garage and man cave at 29 Strath St, Highgate Hill.On the main level there is a formal lounge with statement archway, an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, a family bathroom, two bedrooms with an ensuite to one, and parking for two cars along with a car lift to the lower level. There is a balcony off the dining room and a patio off the formal lounge. Downstairs there are two bedrooms with ensuites, laundry and living area with kitchenette — perfect for dual living. The home at 91 Laurel St, Enoggera.The home has a rear northeastern aspect allowing for natural light, breezes and views of Sprakes Hill. There is a large scale living area on each level with downstairs serving as the home’s key entertaining space. The open-plan living, dining and kitchen on the ground floor features 3m ceilings and Blackbutt hardwood floors.
Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) puts up a shot over New Orleans Pelicans forward E’Twaun Moore (55) in the second half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Kyle Phillips)OKLAHOMA CITY — It could have turned out so much worse for Oklahoma City.The Thunder won their fifth straight game by beating the New Orleans Pelicans 122-116 on Monday night, but they lost star point guard Russell Westbrook with a sprained left ankle.ADVERTISEMENT Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? 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Oklahoma City’s Dennis Schroder made two free throws with 20.5 seconds left and Paul George made a pair with 11.8 seconds to play to clinch the win for the Thunder.“When he went out, I thought our guys competed and played extremely hard,” Donovan said.Schroder scored 11 points in the fourth quarter to help the Thunder hold on.“When the fourth quarter started and we started to battle back, it’s too high of a mountain to climb — especially against a team that good, even without Westbrook,” Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said. “They got a capable guy. Schroder, I thought, played great. He’s been a starter in this league. It’s not a role he hasn’t been in.”George finished with 23 points, Schroder scored 22 and Steven Adams added 18. Westbrook finished with 17 points, nine assists and seven rebounds.ADVERTISEMENT George on Westbrook’s injury: “Russ has a pretty high pain tolerance, so I knew was something that was serious. I’m glad it wasn’t his knee. I thought I saw him holding his knee. I’ll say it’s unfortunate, but I think we can all say this. As bad as it was, we’re happy that it wasn’t the knee and it was just an ankle sprain.”SCORING MACHINESThe Thunder are averaging 122.4 points during their win streak. They have shot better than 50 percent from the field in three of those games. They shot 48.4 percent against the Pelicans.PLUS-MINUS DISPARITYAdams was a team-best plus 22 while Davis was a team-worst minus 18.UP NEXTPelicans: Host the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday.Thunder: Play at the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday. After coming down hard on the side of his foot, Westbrook pounded the ground in frustration before limping off the court. The Thunder led 84-77 when he left the game with 4:25 left in the third quarter.There was limited information on Westbrook’s status after the game.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“We’ll see,” Thunder coach Billy Donovan said. “Generally, with those things, we’ll see how he does in the morning. But it’s a sprained ankle. Hopefully, he’ll be OK.”Oklahoma City went on a run without its star to close the third quarter and led 100-86 at the end of the period. Julius Randle scored 28 points and made all 10 of his shots and Jrue Holiday scored 22 points for the Pelicans. Anthony Davis scored 20 points but made just 7 of 20 shots.Donovan said Adams did a good job defending Davis. Adams wasn’t so sure.“I had a game plan, man, but honestly, he missed a lot of easy ones to be honest,” Adams said. “There was a lot of breakdowns. I got lucky on a few of them.”It was the sixth straight loss for New Orleans after opening the season with four wins.“We’re putting ourselves in position where we have to have a perfect storm to win,” Gentry said. “In other words, we dig in, make our run, we come back, but we’re never ahead. But we’re playing hard and competing at a real high level. We’re going to be fine.”___TIP-INSPelicans: Had 11 offensive rebounds and 11 second-chance points in the first half. … Made 25 of 30 free throws. … F Nikola Mirotic had 16 points and matched a career high with 16 rebounds.Thunder: Made nine of their first 10 shots. … Shot 71.4 percent in the first quarter. … Adams made his first seven shots.QUOTABLE LATEST STORIES