More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 201918 Pylara Cres, Ferny Hills. Picture: realestate.com.au.Kerry Smollen, of Ray White – Ferny Hills, who finalised the sale on August 7, said the couple started renovating the day of settlement.“(This house) ticked a lot of boxes,” he said.“A nice big corner block with a pool, ready for renovation.”Mr Smollen said Ferny Hills had become a hot spot for first home buyers over investors.“There are plenty of houses coming up for sale under $500,000 – that’s our main market,” Mr Smollen said.The property is on a 680sq m block in a tightly held street, close to transport, parks and across the road from Patricks Rd School.It has an inground pool with shade sail and a large back deck.Ferny Hills has a median house price of $540,000. REAL ESTATE: 18 Pylara Cres, Ferny Hills. Picture supplied by Ray White.Savvy first home buyers have snapped up a three-bedroom house on a big block just 12km from Brisbane’s CBD for only $440,000.The young pair in their late 20s were one of at least 40 couples who inspected the highset home at 18 Pylara Cres, Ferny Hills, during the sales campaign.And the motivated new owners have wasted no time getting straight to work on their new purchase.
This weekend, the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena will be hosting the annual Care Harbor free health care clinic.In partnership with L.A. Care, Care Harbor aims to turn free clinics into a gateway for patients to find sustainable care rather than one-time treatment.Guardian angel · Care Harbor has provided more than 43,000 medical, dental and vision services for free over the past three years. – Tucker McWhirter | Daily Trojan “This is not band-aid care,” said Care Harbor President Don Manelli.The event started Thursday and will run until Sunday, with varying hours over the weekend. As of Thursday, 4,000 wristbands had been distributed, a substantial increase from the approximately 3,000 patients who received services last year.Over the past three years, Care Harbor has provided medical, dental and vision services 43,822 times and nearly 3,000 patients have been connected with follow-up care.Los Angeles County supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, one of the sponsors of the event, gave a statement to the press on Thursday morning.“I believe that healthcare is a right and not a privilege,” Ridley-Thomas said in a statement.L.A. Care CEO Howard Kahn said that 1-1.3 million people in Los Angeles County still do not have healthcare coverage.Though it is a temporary setup in a sports arena, the Care Harbor clinic features key medical equipment, including four electrocardiogram machines, an ultrasound system for gynecology services and an oral cancer screen system that uses fluorescent signal technology to detect human papillomavirus.A new section is the preventive dentistry station, where clinic patients learn habits to prevent common oral diseases. Manelli estimated that nearly 90 percent of dental problems they see are preventable with certain lifestyle changes.Clinic patients can also make appointments for different types of services at various times to avoid waiting around the arena all day.Through discussing progress for the clinic and ways to improve for the future, Care Harbor is hoping to implement larger-scale health care reform.“Our dream is that this would be totally unnecessary,” Manelli said.
Evan Mobley, No. 1 prospect in Class of 2020, commits to USC “It’s going to be hard for us to win a game with I think the limitations that we have at the moment,” Miller said (per 247Sports). “We have to keep working and get better, have great days of practice and individual players have to keep improving.“We have more firepower and, as everybody in this room knows, we’re not a blessed offensive team even with Brandon, but I do think we have much more of an ability to score and be efficient when he’s a part of our team.” Williams, who averaged 11.4 points, 3.4 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 26 games last season, is expected to return for the 2020-21 season as a redshirt sophomore if he can remain healthy.“I’ve overcome obstacles before in my life and will work with our strength and medical staffs to overcome this one,” Williams said in a statement. “I’m dedicated to continuing my work in the classroom as a student, and I look forward to supporting my teammates and coaches as I spend this season focusing on my health.”Miller acknowledged that Arizona will have to make adjustments offensively to balance the loss of Williams. The Wildcats are expected to use grad transfer Max Hazzard as a combo guard to back up freshman Nico Mannion, the Daily Star notes. Utah men’s basketball program placed on probation because of recruiting violations Arizona sophomore guard Brandon Williams will miss the 2019-20 season as he recovers from knee surgery, the team announced Wednesday. “The news of Brandon’s season-ending surgery is beyond disheartening,” coach Sean Miller said in a statement (via the Arizona Daily Star). “All of us that comprise Brandon’s Arizona basketball family, as well as our own loyal and passionate fan base, will rally around him and support him as he begins his journey to recovery.” Auburn put men’s basketball program on double secret probation, report says Williams has dealt with knee issues for more than three years as a result of a joint condition. He had surgery in 2017, forcing him to miss his junior season in high school as he was sidelined for 10 months. He returned to play most of his senior year at Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino, California. He started having problems with his knee again in January as a freshman with the Wildcats. He bruised it during practice and missed the next four weeks before starting a rehab program in the offseason. Related News