144 Upper Brookfield Rd, Upper Brookfield.“We have loved living here so we’ll downsize naturally. Our children are busy and our grandchildren are at university or doing their thing and they haven’t got tome to keep coming and visiting us. I don’t have help cleaning the house, the trick it to always whiz around with a duster,’’ Ms Haviland said. The timber for the floors was sourced from a Western Australia woolstore.“It’s got guest quarters but you could park 40 cars here if you had a party.” It is listed through David Treloar, of Ray White Albion.He said the house had one of the largest his and her wardrobes in Brisbane. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Marketing agent David Treloar said it had one of the biggest wardrobes he had seenThe timber was originally used for the columns of a woolstore in Fremantle and have been used in the home as floorboards.It also has an Edwardian fireplace sourced from a mansion in the one-time old gold city Castlemaine, Victoria. MINING executive Geoffrey Haviland, and his wife Madeleine are selling theirUpper Brookfield home.MINING executive Geoffrey Haviland, and his wife Madeleine have just listed their Queenslander at 144 Upper Brookfield Road, Upper Brookfield.The couple are downsizing from the 6ha property as their three children and six grandchildren live interstate.There is 1.6kms worth of recycled Western Australian hardwood karri timber is used throughout the home.
Bengaluru: The fate of Karnataka Premier League (KPL), an annual intra-state T20 cricket league, will depend on the final police investigation report, said Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) treasurer Vinay Mruthyunjaya on Thursday.“We don’t know. There is still time, let the final report of the police investigation come. Till the completion of the investigation, we will definitely not conduct KPL,” Mruthyunjaya told IANS casting doubts on the very survival of the tournament.Meanwhile, Bengaluru Police has served a notice to KSCA demanding extensive information on KPL in light of major controversies engulfing the league. “Police asked for a lot of information pertaining to KPL tournament, teams, scorecards, video footage of all the matches, details of all the players, phone numbers,” Mruthyunjaya said.The KSCA treasurer said the state cricket authorities and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) did not get an inkling of the brewing betting, honeytraps, bookie funded foreign holidays and spot-fixing scandals plaguing the KPL.“We will checkup, we did not have any formidable information in this regard. Let me discuss with our officers also,” said Mruthyunjaya on allegations that the intra-state league cricketers are making more money via spot-fixing than the official match fees.According to Mruthyunjaya, KSCA has nothing to do with the cheer girls suspected to be involved in honey trapping some cricketers.“We would not know, police would be knowing. KSCA never employs the cheer girls, the teams employ the cheer girls,” added Mruthyunjaya. IANSAlso Read: 10 State Bodies Await Supreme Court Hearing before Deciding on BCCI ConstitutionAlso Watch: Govt all set to push for the contentious Citizenship Bill in the winter session of Parliament