37 Mornington St, Red Hill. Picture: realestate.com.auFROM a Western red cedar home at Red Hill to a Queenslander at Clayfield, check out Brisbane’s newest property listings.This striking home at 37 Mornington St, Red Hill is scheduled for auction on April 29.The tri-level home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms and a contemporary-style kitchen which is connected to the dining and lounge room.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoInside the Red Hill home. Picture: realestate.com.auThe architect-designed home is on elevated north-facing block and has views toward Paddington and Mt Coot-tha.At New Farm, this home at 16 Hopetoun Way, also has four bedrooms. It is in the Cutters Landing development and is listed for $2.585 million. It is close to the tennis courts and New Farm Park. The home has formal and informal living spaces which flow out to a covered veranda and extend to the pool area. 16 Hopetoun Way, New Farm. Picture: realestate.com.auIn blue chip Clayfield, 87 Barlow St, is listed for sale.The renovated Queenslander has five bedrooms and multiple living spaces. 87 Barlow St, Clayfield. Picture: realestate.com.auThere is an expansive covered southern deck which overlooks the pool and gardens. The original home was built in 1920 with many original features retained.
Chilean port, towage and logistics services provider SAAM informed that Terminal Portuario Guayaquil (TPG), a port it has operated in Ecuador since 2006, incorporated the facilities of the adjacent Trinipuerto bulk terminal through a 40-year lease.Trinupuerto terminal is expected to more than double TPG’s current container transfer capacity and enable it to enter the bulk cargo market.In the following period, TPG will invest around USD 60 million in new infrastructure. The investment plan includes expanding the berth by 120 meters to total 480 meters, purchasing modern equipment, including two super Post-Panamax (STS) cranes and five RTG cranes, and equipping 4.5 additional hectares for support areas.The new infrastructure is expected to be inaugurated in June, according to SAAM.“With these investments, TPG hopes to properly meet increased demand from commercial contracts signed recently that will help almost triple its activity in upcoming months,” SAAM said. TPG is a port operated by SAAM, providing services at the base of the Santa Ana Estuary located in Isla Trinitaria, a suburb of the city of Guayaquil. In 2016, the terminal recorded a cargo throughput of 1.6 million tons.
Submit Sports betting solutions provider SBTech has released Pulse, an innovation in live betting that aims to completely revolutionise the sector. The new innovation was formed on principles of gamification and has intentions to produce an entirely new in-play experience, working towards greater levels of engagement and brand loyalty across the global SBTech operator network. Pulse puts the player at the heart of the action, enabling bet placement on a specific outcome in a live event within a defined time period, with the potential payout increasing as the timeline progresses.The mobile-first feature is simple and effective in the sense that it allows the player to bet on a goal to be scored in the next 30 seconds, as well as spitting the time window into three periods of 10 seconds, throughout which the payout rises with each new 10-second period.The group unveiled Pulse to executives from across the betting and gaming industry on Tuesday afternoon at the SBTech Stand S3-110 during the opening day of ICE 2018.Speaking just after the unveiling, Ian Bradley, SBTech Chief Product Officer, commented: “Pulse is SBTech’s new take on live betting and appeals to players by offering them the chance to win progressively rising payouts. They must hold their nerve during the bet period, but the win will be that much sweeter if they hold out until the end.” In recent years SBTech has also released features such as Fast Markets, Partial Cash Out and most recently Add2Bet and Action Betting, with its newest offering, SBTech will look to continue to innovate within in-play betting as it rolls out the new centrepiece of its premium sportsbook offering. After a year in which the company entered key partnerships with a host of tier 1 operators and launched in a number of newly regulated markets, SBTech is now poised to leverage Pulse, in a bid to achieve unprecedented success for its international partners. StumbleUpon Kambi takes control of Churchill Downs BetAmerica sportsbook August 28, 2020 Related Articles Kambi and DraftKings agree on final closure terms July 24, 2020 Share Delasport clients get access to Kiron’s BetMan RGS platform April 27, 2020 Share