Three candidates for Indiana governor will take the stage at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on Oct. 17 for the second of three scheduled gubernatorial debates, the University announced Tuesday in a press release. Democrat John Gregg, Republican Mike Pence and Libertarian Rupert Boneham are slated to appear at the debate, where they will field questions submitted in advance by Indiana residents, the release stated. Timothy Sexton, associate vice president for public affairs, said in the statement the debate would be an extension of the University’s campus engagement efforts. “One of the great benefits that a university offers to its community is to bring prominent people to campus for lectures and other presentations that are open to the public,” Sexton said. “We have always tried to do that here at Notre Dame with political, business, religious, educational and other leaders, and we are certainly happy to be selected to host one of the gubernatorial debates this fall.” The debate will be streamed live from the Indiana Debate Commission’s website, where the commission will also be accepting question submissions, the release stated. The two other gubernatorial debates will take place on Oct. 10 in Zionsville and Oct. 25 in Fort Wayne.
Tulsa is now on the market at $12.5 million.The property first hit the market in May, 2019 with a price tag of $16.25 million but is now on the market at $12.5 millionThe three-storey house was designed by renowned architect Jared Poole.It sits on a huge 1129sq m riverfront block at 101 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.The house has a classic design with chandeliers, walls of soaring windows, a cobblestone driveway and grand white balustrades surrounding its perimeter. MORE NEWS: Australian soccer player Tommy Oar selling Gold Coast house Take in the riverfront views from almost every room in the house. Fancy a swim? Entertain in style. One of the bedrooms at Tulsa. MORE NEWS: Gold Coast apartments on property investors’ wish lists More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa8 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoThere are five bedrooms, six bathrooms including one outdoors, and 30m of main river frontage.The property is being jointly marketed by Robert Graham of Ray White Prestige and Michael Kollosche and Duncan Longmore of Kollosche. Want to park your helicopter? Tulsa comes with a waterfront helipad.A Gold Coast mansion complete with a waterfront helipad has had its listing price slashed by almost $4 million in a bid to find a buyer.The Surfers Paradise property referred to as Tulsa has a cinema with 140-inch screen, formal bar, library, au pair’s quarters and waterside pool among its highlights but it is the waterfront helicopter pad that really stands out.