The home at 117 Osborne Drive, BurpengaryTHIS five-bedroom home is on a private acreage block in Burpengary. The property, which is at 117 Osbourne Drive, has been well maintained and backs on to a nature reserve. Owner Lyn Patterson said the home was close to everything while still being in a quiet neighbourhood that would never be built out.“We’ve got the wildlife reserve at the back so we get the kookaburras on the property and plenty of other birds,” she said. The home has four bedrooms with built in wardrobes and there is an ensuite to the main bedroom. The home is on a private, landscaped block.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019There is also a study that could be used as fifth bedroom. The new kitchen has stainless steel appliances, subway tiles and white cabinetry while the dining room and living room both have tiled floors and sliding doors that open to a covered entertainment area. The airconditioned sunken lounge has near-new carpet and access to the entertainment area. The home has been repainted inside and out and the roof has been resprayed. The big kitchen has been updated.Outside, the fully fenced property has been landscaped and features a fully powered 6x9m shed, a water tank, grey water system and a garden shed.Marketing agent Raimo Lavia, of Raine & Horne North Lakes, said the home was in a sought-after acreage pocket in the Burpengary-Narangba area. It is minutes from the Bruce Highway and both the Narangba and Burpengary train stations. Local schools and several shopping centres are within a 10-minute drive of the property. Ms Patterson said she was selling to downsize but would miss having so much space. “I’ll also miss the neighbours because everyone is so friendly,” she said.
A coroner’s inquest into the death of Phillip Hughes opened on Monday, almost two years after the Australian cricketer died when he was struck by a ball during a match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.Hughes was hit on the back of the neck by a rising delivery when batting for South Australia in a domestic match on Nov. 25, 2014. He died two days later in a Sydney hospital.Over the next week, the New South Wales Coroner’s Court will review the circumstances surrounding the incident to determine whether the 25-year-old’s death could have been avoided. (Also read: Angelo Mathews accident revives memories of Phil Hughes tragedy)The court will consider evidence on “the nature of the play” during the match, the medical and emergency response to Hughes’s injury as well as on whether protective equipment might have prevented the blow being fatal.Evidence from Sean Abbott, the New South Wales cricketer who bowled the fateful delivery, as well as former and current Test players Brad Haddin, Doug Bollinger and David Warner will be heard.Cricket Australia has already implemented the recommendations made in a 62-page independent report the body commissioned from a senior lawyer, David Curtain, which was released in May.The Curtain Report recommended that players be forced to wear helmets when facing fast and medium-paced bowling even if it concluded that such protection would not have prevented the batsman’s death.Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland joined with the player’s former manager James Henderson in requesting that the privacy of Hughes’s family be respected during the hearing. (Also read: India vs Australia: Phil Hughes’ death unites old cricketing foes)advertisement”We never want to see a tragedy like this happen on the cricket field, and to that end we have the utmost respect for the coronial inquest process that we will need to go through this week,” Sutherland told reporters outside the court.”We won’t be providing a running commentary dealing with specific issues through the week, but we do hope something good comes from this process.”
A lot has already been talked about the Moto G7 series. Rumours suggest that Lenovo owned Motorola will launch four phones under the G7 series including Moto G7, G7 Power, G7 Play and G7 Plus. So, when are these phones launching? A press invite of the G7 launch has now leaked suggesting that Motorola will unveil all four G7 series phone at an event set for February 7 in Brazil.Motorola is yet to officially announce the launch date of the phones but considering the invite looks pretty legit we can expect the phones to go official on the slated date. Another rumour that leaked on late on Monday night suggests that the Moto G7 series will hit the Indian shores before March. Ye again, Motorola India is yet to confirm these details.Sadly, the invite doesn’t mention any information about the upcoming Motorola phones. But renders and leaks showing all the Moto G7 phones have been circulating on the internet for quite some time now. Some new renders of the Moto G7 have leaked showing off the phone from all angles.The renders leaked by Android Pure website suggests that the Moto G7 will come with a waterdrop notch on the from and much slimmer bezels compared to the Moto G6. The chin on the phone, however, appears to be slightly thicker than the other three sides. The chin also sports the Motorola brand logo. One good news is Motorola doesn’t plan to ditch the 3,5mm headphone jack like other companies.advertisementOn the rear panel, the renders show the Moto G7 will dual cameras paired with a flash for better photo capture in low-light situations. The two cameras and the flash is equipped inside a circular section. The two cameras sit inside the circular in a horizontal fashion followed by the flash. Below the dual camera setup, the renders show a circular fingerprint sensor which the usual Motorola logo on top of it. This might disappoint a few considering Moto G7 is still opting for physical fingerprint sensor and trying out their hands on in-display sensors like other brands.Moto G7 full specs sheet leakedAlongside the renders the full specs of the Moto have also been revealed. According to the leaked specs sheet, the Moto G7 will come with a 6.24-inches Full HD+ display and will be powered by Snapdragon 632 processor clocked at 1.8GHz. The phone is said to come packed with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can be further expanded 256GB via microSD card. On the software front the Moto G7 is said to launch running on Android 9 Pie. Good job there Motorola.The leaked specs sheet further reveals that the Moto G7 will include two cameras on the back panel and single sensor on the front. One the rear the Moto G7 is expected to include a primary sensor of 12MP with f/1.8 aperture and a secondary sensor of 5MP with f/2.2 aperture. On the front th phone is said to sport an 8MP selfie shooter with an f/2.2 aperture. The phone will be backed by a 3,000 mAh battery with TurboPower charging support, the specs sheet reveals.ALSO READ | This is the 2019 Moto G7 series: Full specifications and live pictures leakALSO READ | Moto G7 and G7 Power may come to India before March-end