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He added, however, that given the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, such mass rallies posed a large public health risk. “We do not want you who feel like warriors to go home sick. Everyone should be healthy,” he said. “We have heard you. Now everyone, you and I, should go home to our respective homes and follow the developments from there.”He closed his remarks by asking the protesters to sing the patriotic song “Padamu Negeri” (To You, My Country) with him.Read also: Facilities set ablaze as clashes break out in Jakarta during jobs law protest Thousands of protesters, mostly university students and laborers, held rallies at two main points in Central Jakarta: near the State Palace and at the House of Representatives compound in Senayan.Protesters who were trying to reach the State Palace clashed with police on Thursday afternoon as police closed the main access points to the landmark.The Transjakarta station at the Hotel Indonesia traffic circle was also set on fire.Students and workers in other regions across the country have also staged large demonstrations as part of a three-day national strike in protest against the Job Creation Law, which started on Tuesday.All the protesters demanded that the law, which many experts and activists have said is detrimental to labor rights and environmental protections, be revoked immediately. The government, meanwhile, has insisted that the law is necessary to improve bureaucratic efficiency and cut red tape, particularly in regard to business permits and investment. (sau/kmt)Topics : Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan called on those protesting against the controversial Job Creation Law to disperse on Thursday evening, shortly after meeting with protesters at the Hotel Indonesia traffic circle in Central Jakarta.Anies said that every citizen had a right to express their opinion and that he would pass on the protesters’ demands to the central government in a meeting scheduled for Friday. “I guarantee that what you said will be passed on tomorrow,” Anies told a crowd of rallygoers.
New South Wales and Victoria have emerged as the front runners for investors looking to get into the property market, with a surge in interest across the two states in first quarter of the year.Parramatta, in Sydney’s west claimed top spot in realestate.com.au’s Investor Hotspots list. The top ten was dominated by suburbs in Sydney’s west and a mix of inner-city and suburban areas of Melbourne.The trend for inner-city and suburban areas was replicated across most states. In Queensland, investors are searching in inner-city areas in south Brisbane and West End, where multiple new apartment developments are being built.In South Australia, investors are looking to the inner north and coastal areas, while WA investors were keen on areas to the north and south of Perth.Realestate.com.au ranks each hotspot by taking the number of searches a suburb receives on realestate.com.au’s Invest site through the search tool and map function.Top Ten Investor HotspotsParramatta (NSW)Point Cook (VIC)Carlton (VIC)Blacktown (NSW)Glen Waverley (VIC)Penrith (NSW)Frankston (VIC)Auburn (NSW)Brunswick (VIC)Liverpool (NSW)Nathan Sahyoun, Principal from LJ Hooker Parramatta says investors are looking towards New South Wales and Victoria on a national scale as these areas are the most developed and offer financially secure investment.Sahyoun adds that from a national perspective, New South Wales is leading the charge in the economy, education and employment sectors of Australia.“With the New South Wales Government investing in Sydney’s west, it’s no surprise investors are interested in these areas. The increasing living opportunities as well as a growing arts and culture hub is truly cementing long-term capital growth in the area. With a second airport planned for Sydney’s west, I suspect investors will continue to flock to Parramatta for many years,” Sahyoun says.Paul Wolff, Director from Porter Davis Melbourne explains that location is the big draw card attracting investors to areas in Victoria.“Driving from Point Cook to Melbourne CBD only takes about half an hour which is really short compared to other investment areas including Werribee and Hoppers Crossing. The proximity to the city is not only attracting investors, but also foreign and second and third home buyers,” Wolff says.Find out the results from your state:NSWQLDNTWASAVICACTTASNew South WalesParramatta is the shining star of the west, attracting the most interest from investors in New South Wales and also across the country. These are the ten most searched for areas in the Northern Territory on realestate.com.au/invest:Stuart ParkNightcliffGunnRoseberyLarrakeyahDarwin CityDurackParapRapid CreekAlice SpringsDuring January to March this year, inner city areas and suburbs in the Palmerston region attracted the most interest from investors.David Oliver from Elders Real Estate has seen the property market in Stuart Park significantly develop over the past ten years.“Stuart Park is located on the fringe of the city with both city and harbour views, making it really popular for those that want easy access to the centre of Darwin. This established area attracts both tenant and purchaser inquiry giving confidence to investors looking for a great return on their investment. The future is bright for investors as the tenant demand is high with new homes also being developed,” he says.Oliver says Stuart Park has a diverse mix of property including properties from both old and new Darwin.“There are businesses, medical amenities, gyms, schools and parklands. It’s no surprise this area is tightly held. Investors have realised that buyers are not moving out of this area which is great news for them.“Darwin is a hub for future business with quite a high number of interstate investors interested in this area. Our rental market has performed so strongly, especially Stuart Park that I expect a 5.5% net rental return for the location.”West AustraliaPotential investors are jumping online for properties in Victoria Park when looking out west. These are the ten most searched for West Australian suburbs on realestate.com.au/invest:Victoria ParkBayswaterSouth PerthScarboroughMaylandsComoBaldivisMount LawleyCanning ValeWembleyDuring the first quarter of 2015 areas to the north and south of Perth attracted the majority of interest from investors looking online.Shane Vasile from Acton Victoria Park lives and breathes the lifestyle this area offers – He and wife Kym live in the suburb and run their business in Victoria Park. He describes it as their own piece of investment property.“Victoria Park offers two main benefits; diversity of housing stock and affordability. Both keep increasing in demand. The proximity to the CBD and popular café strip that has sprung up over the past five years also makes this area a hotspot for locals and overseas investors,” he says.Vasile says Victoria Park has a large education quarter attracting a high number of renters and students to the area.“Curtain University and the Technology Park which is the digital hub in West Australia are within close proximity to Victoria Park. Overseas investors are buying these properties for their families who are studying in the area. The proliferation of low-cost restaurants is also attracting the student market. This influx of students is certainly positive from an investor’s point of view.”As one of the first test suburbs for the National Broadband Network, Victoria Park is certainly an investor’s delight, offering plenty of value.South AustraliaNorth Adelaide has come out on top as the most searched suburb in South Australia.These are the ten most searched for South Australian suburbs on realestate.com.au/invest:North AdelaideProspectNorwoodMawson LakesMile EndKlemzigGlenelgBromptonHenley BeachParksideFrom January to March this year areas around the inner north and the coast were the pick for investors.Being privy to the property market for the past 28 years, Catherine Crease from Ouwens Casserly Real Estate says North Adelaide has always been highly sought after and thrives because of its character.“North Adelaide is close to the city and fits within that cosmopolitan lifestyle. People want to live in this area as it also boasts proximity to the parklands, restaurants, cafes, the new Adelaide Oval, beautiful cathedrals and plenty of art and cultural attractions. Everything you want is here,” Crease says.“There are cute cottages, grand mansions, multi-storey apartments, townhouses and beautiful heritage buildings – everything is within easy walking distance. Investors see North Adelaide as a great investment because they know in the next five to ten years, the popularity in this suburb will continue to grow.”Crease explains that there is a high number of people looking to move into this area including downsizers and retirees, giving confidence to investors about their potential return on investment.“People are attracted to the low maintenance lifestyle and want to live here. Capital growth has consistently been strong in this area because of the demand from buyers wanting to live here.”VictoriaIt looks like the majority of potential investors are pointing at Point Cook, hoping to secure a property in this area. These are the ten most searched for Australian Capital Territory areas on realestate.com.au/invest:YarralumlaCraceBraddonBruceFranklinKingstonO’ConnorTurnerLynehamGungahlinDuring January to March this year, inner and outer northern areas had the lion’s share of interest from investors.Maria Selleck, Director at Maria Selleck Properties has seen Yarralumla become one of Canberra’s most desirable and high-performing residential suburbs in recent years.“Yarralumla is now home to over 3,000 people and is the main precinct for diplomatic missions and official residences in Canberra. This area will definitely continue to represent very good value for money for owners because of its wide leafy streets, attractive lakeside setting and central location,” she says.“This area offers an attractive lifestyle in established surrounds. Being located on the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin, there is access to swimming and rowing facilities as well as parklands making it a desirable place to live.”Selleck says redevelopment of properties has been ongoing creating new investment opportunities. She also highlights that the ACT Government plans to create medium and high density unit blocks resulting in around 1,600 new dwellings and transforming the area into an urban renewal project over the next decade.“Yarralumla appeals to families because of the schooling facilities as well as young couples and downsizers. Properties in this area are generally snapped up quickly with demand from investors increasing aggressively over recent years.”TasmaniaPopular Sandy Bay has attracted the most interest from potential investors who are recognising the golden opportunities this area offers. These are the ten most searched for New South Wales suburbs on realestate.com.au/invest:ParramattaBlacktownPenrithAuburnLiverpoolCastle HillCampbelltownSt MarysEppingBaulkham HillsSahyoun says investors are realising the growth potential western areas offer and its value in comparison to inner city suburbs.“Western Sydney has similar features that inner-city suburbs have and is only a short distance from the CBD. Parramatta is the only area where you are able to get around by all three transport services; road, rail and ferry. We pride ourselves in offering fantastic education opportunities in this area along with the lifestyle benefits and local attractions,” he says.Sahyoun says planned infrastructure including a new light rail and multi-storey high school will be developed in the next five years.“This will be Sydney’s second light rail and we are excited that it will be running through Parramatta. Locals are also really looking forward to seeing the brand new high-rise school being built here. There’s certainly a growing trend of high-rise developments happening in western Sydney which is reflective of trends happening around the world.”QueenslandUp north in Queensland, South Brisbane is dominating investors’ searches.More from newsUp-and-coming suburbs set to boom20 Apr 2015Good news for renters as growth in rental rate slows15 Jun 2015These are the ten most searched for Queensland suburbs on realestate.com.au/invest:South BrisbaneWest EndNew FarmIndooroopillyToowongWoolloongabbaCoorparooSouthportChermsideFortitude ValleyAnthony John Group CEO Shane Bulloch says the proximity to popular South Bank and the CBD is attracting plenty of investors to the area.“The premium location on the Brisbane River, green spaces, educational facilities and employment opportunities makes South Brisbane an investor’s dream. The demand for property in this area is also driven by the many lifestyle amenities on offer and significant infrastructure. There are flexible public transport options including easy access to the trains, buses and ferries,” Bulloch says.He says South Brisbane’s population is forecast to grow, showing a lot of promise for investors in the next 20 years. He says this growth is likely to drive the strong demand for properties in South Brisbane.“Strong demand means strong capital growth and that’s what investors want to see. The location of South Brisbane attracts a high number of renters that want close proximity to the city which makes investors confident that properties here will generate a strong return on investment.”Northern TerritoryIn the Territory, Stuart Park is heating up, attracting the most attention online from potential investors. These are the ten most searched for Victorian suburbs on realestate.com.au/invest:Point CookCarltonGlen WaverleyFrankstonBrunswickSt KildaWantirna SouthPrestonRingwoodRichmondInterest in investment property was spread across Melbourne ranging from inner-city suburbs to areas located close to major train stations.Porter Davis Director Paul Wolff says location is the big draw card attracting investors to Point Cook.“Proximity to the city is really important for an investor when deciding on a location and this is why Point Cook is the top choice for investment in Victoria,” he says.“Point Cook promises huge capital growth along with retail developments, infrastructure and schools in the next five to ten years and the experienced investor knows about this. This area has a lot of promise, emerging as a hotspot for investors. House and land packages are really affordable in Point Cook and the projects happening at the moment in this area will only drive capital growth.”Wolff says Point Cook has a diverse mix of investment properties available from million-dollar homes to affordable units.Australian Capital TerritoryYarralumla was the most search for suburb for investment property this quarter, with northern areas of Canberra also attracting a large number of potential investors. These are the ten most searched for areas in Tasmania on realestate.com.au/invest:Sandy BayLauncestonWest HobartKingstonBelleriveHowrahGlenorchyBattery PointSouth HobartMoonahMike Speakman from Petrusma Property says they receive many rental enquiries about Sandy Bay highlighting this as a dream area for an investor.“Most investors are pretty savvy. They look for two things when choosing an investment property; the income generated from rent and capital growth. There are plenty of investors looking in Sandy Bay as they are hoping to come across units or properties with multiple incomes. These properties usually provide the greatest return on investment.”Speakman says investors will not rush into a decision but are often facing fierce competition from first-home and overseas buyers who want a piece of the action.“Investors are up against first-home buyers in Sandy Bay as these types of buyers can only afford the units that investors are keen to buy. The value of property in Sandy Bay is only going up and overseas investors know this. I recently sold a few Sandy Bay properties to foreign buyers that wanted to buy a place for their children who have moved to Tassie for study. Residents then tend to stay in the area seeking local employment opportunities,” he says.
Rising Sun, Ind. — Fifth generation Ohio County resident Democrat Lane Siekman has kicked off his campaign against incumbent Republican Congressman Luke Messer in Indiana’s sixth district.Siekman is a Rising Sun attorney and has criticized Messer for not having town hall meetings or making an effort to listen to Hoosiers.Siekman has served as legal counsel for many government entities and is the executive director of the Ohio County Economic Development Corporation and secretary of the southeast Indiana Regional Growth Alliance.More information is online at:crowdpac.com/campaigns/237670/a-voice-for-working-hoosiers
Loading… Advertisement Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year TP Mazembe have won their 18th DR Congo league title following the cancellation of the 2019-20 season by the Congolese Federation of Football Association.The country’s football governing body had reached this decision on Wednesday as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread globally.As a result, the Ravens have won the league title as they lead the log before the topflight was suspended. They will be representing the country in next year’s Caf Champions League alongside runners-up AS Vita Club.Meanwhile, AS Maniema will be participating in the Caf Confederation Cup as OC Bukavu Dava and AS Nyuki will begin life Division two next season“The executive committee of the Congolese Federation of Football Association met this Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at Africana Palace to decide on the 2019 – 2020 sports season interrupted because of the health crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic,” a statement from Fecofa read.“At the end of the meeting, the federation led by Constant Omari Selemani decided to stop championships and competitions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The decision was declared to the press by the Deputy Secretary General, Belgian Situatala.“The deputy secretary general of fecofa said that the members of the executive committee of the federation have approved the classification of the championship of the National football league transmitted by the management committee of this entity. TP Mazembe is crowned champion of the season, sporting 2019 – 2020, with 53 points. He is followed by AS V.Club (48 points), AS Maniema Union (46 points), DC Motema Pembe (42 points) and JS Groupe Bazano (38 points) for the first five places.“The last two teams in the standings, OC Bukavu Dawa from Bukavu and AS Nyuki from Butembo, have been relegated to Division 2. They will be replaced by the two champions from two Ligue 2 sites, the JSK from Kinshasa for the West site and Etoile Yellow from Katanga for the South Center.“No relegation or rise for the clubs of the East site following the insufficient number of matches played. Only TS Malekesa of Kisangani played 12 games and the other teams did not even finish the first leg, according to the Belgian SGA Situatala.”read also:TP Mazembe to build new 50,000 seat stadiumWith this decision, DR Congo join the likes of Cameroon, Mauritius, Guinea, Kenya, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso as countries to have abandoned their football season. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
The last 12 laps ran green. Laney stayed close but had to settle for second. Gustin, chasing a record fourth straight tour victory, started seventh and finished third. Abelson was already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. His third feature win of the season was his Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour career sixth. The 2016 tour champion also won at BVR in 2011 and 2016. Abelson led all 30 laps of Wednesday’s Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour main event at Buena Vista Raceway, earning $2,000 for the IMCA Modified feature victory plus the $500 bounty offered to the driver who could stop Richie Gustin’s series streak. Completing the top five were in the Al Ritts Memorial race were Joel Rust and Kelly Shryock. Hard charger Craig Reetz started 10th and finished 10th. Other Wednesday winners at Alta were Stefan Sybesma in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, rookie Mike Smith in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Doug Smith in the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods and Caine Mahlberg in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts. Pit gates and the grandstand open at 5:30 p.m. Hot laps are at 7 p.m. with racing to follow. Feature results – 1. Chris Abelson, Sioux City; 2. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif.; 3. Richie Gustin, Gilman; 4. Joel Rust, Grundy Center; 5. Kelly Shryock, Fertile; 6. Josh Most, Red Oak; 7. Travis Hatcher, Honey Creek; 8. Kyle Brown, Madrid; 9. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif.; 10. Craig Reetz, Dunlap; 11. Al Hejna, Clear Lake; 12. Brock Bauman, Eureka, Ill.; 13. Matt Bonine, Onawa; 14. Ethan Braaksma, Newton; 15. Alan Bohlman, Cambridge, Minn.; 16. Justin Sackett, Pierson; 17. D.J. Shannon, Merced, Calif.; 18. Stacey Mills, Webb; 19. Corey Dripps, Reinbeck; 20. Kollin Hibdon, Pahrump, Nev.; 21. Derrick Stewart, Ainsworth; 22. Cody Bauman, Eureka, Ill.; 23. Brent Mack, Newell. Chris Abelson bagged the $2,000 top prize, plus a $500 bounty for his Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour victory Wednesday night at Buena Vista. Three of his career six IMCA Modified tour wins have come at Alta. (Photo by Jim Steffens) The fourth and final tour Dirt Knights Tour event of the week is the $1,500 to win show Thursday, July 25 at Kossuth County Speedway. Abelson drew the pole and tussled with California challenger Cody Laney before and after restarts on the 18th circuit. Also on the card at Algona are IMCA Stock Cars, Hobby Stocks, Northern SportMods and Sport Compacts. That program will be broadcast by IMCA.TV. ALTA, Iowa (July 24) – Add a new title to Chris Abelson’s racing resume: Bounty hunter.
Batesville, IN—St. Louis School had dedicated the 2019-2020 school year to honoring our Blessed Mother, and to coincide with the year of Our Lady in the St. Louis Parish. The children started off the beginning of the year by adding pieces to a mosaic of the Miraculous Medal. Each time a student did an act of kindness, said a prayer, or forgave someone, they would add a piece to the mosaic.The students were almost finished with the mosaic when the school year ended abruptly due to COVID-19. The faculty asked students to say family rosaries in order to finish adding the letters around Mary, and with all of the students’ help, the Mary mosaic is now complete. The mosaic was located outside of the principal’s office and students all year long have added their pieces to the mosaic. Mr. Moller said how much he enjoyed chatting with the kids as they would tell him what kind deed they performed to be able to add a mosaic piece.
John Quinn’s Fighting Fifth Hurdle runner-up Cockney Sparrow appears the best of the British-trained mares. The five-year-old was last seen falling in a race won by Annie Power at Doncaster. Last year’s runner-up Sirene D’Ainay could make the trip from France again, while other contenders include Fergal O’Brien’s Down Ace and the Henry Daly-trained Mickie. Mullins predictably dominates the ante-post betting for the Weatherbys Champion Bumper and is responsible for five of the initial 41 entries. The Graham and Andrea Wylie-owned of duo Black Hercules and Shaneshill have both looked the part since joining Ireland’s champion trainer and dispute favouritism, with stablemates Killultagh Vic, Westhorpe and Aminabad also in the mix. Modus is a major contender for fledgling trainer Robert Stephens while Vigil and Silver Concorde could travel from Ireland for Dermot Weld. Last year’s third Golantilla could return for Tony Martin, with Philip Fenton’s Value At Risk another hope for the Irish. A total of 34 horses are in the mix for the CGA Foxhunter Chase, with Enda Bolger responsible for two of the main hopes in Mossey Joe and On The Fringe. Tammys Hill, Oscar Delta and multiple point-to-point winner The Hollinwell are other possible challengers from across the Irish Sea. The home team is headed by Alan Hill’s Harbour Court. Press Association Quevega remains on course to bid for an historic sixth consecutive victory in the OLBG Mares’ Hurdle at Cheltenham after starring among 24 entries for the Grade Two contest. The Willie Mullins-trained superstar is likely to be a red-hot favourite to raise the roof at Prestbury Park on the opening day of the Festival as although her unbeaten stable companion Annie Power has been entered, she is expected to line up in either the Champion Hurdle or the World Hurdle. Mullins has also entered Glens Melody, with Jessica Harrington’s Cailin Annamh and Gordon Elliott’s Layla Joan other possible Irish challengers.
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FOLLOW US Associated Press Television News The Philadelphia Eagles’ new-look offensive line needs to be reshuffled.Left tackle Andre Dillard sustained a biceps injury this week that will end his season. The second-year pro was a first-round pick in 2019. The Eagles moved nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters to right guard to accommodate Dillard.Peters remained at right guard for Saturday’s indoor practice. Matt Pryor was at left tackle. Eagles coach Doug Pederson said Pryor, Jordan Mailata and rookie Jack Driscoll would get looks at left tackle because the team knows Peters could move back.“Jason Peters has played left tackle his whole career and he’s done an outstanding job,” Pederson said. “He’ll obviously go down as one of the top left tackles in this game. So it does give us a little bit of flexibility, a little bit of time to look at these young players. I’m encouraged by that. It’ll be great to go up against our starters on defense, in practice this week, and continue to evaluate.”The Eagles already lost three-time Pro Bowl right guard Brandon Brooks after he tore his left Achilles tendon in June. Pryor is the only Eagles backup who has started a game in the NFL. He filled in at right guard in the NFC wild-card game last January.“I didn’t have a whole lot of experience, either, becoming a head coach for the first time,” said Pederson, who led the Eagles to the franchise’s first Super Bowl victory in his second season three years ago. “You get it by doing it.”Philadelphia could look to add another veteran lineman, though starters aren’t often available weeks before the season.“At some point we’ve got to trust our players, right, and as coaches we trust our guys,” Pederson said. “It’s our job to coach them up and get them prepared, to help them, not only in practice but in game situations, and that’s what we’re going to do.”Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 30th August, 2020 08:36 IST WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 30th August, 2020 08:36 IST Dillard’s Injury Forces Eagles To Reshuffle Offensive Line Left tackle Andre Dillard sustained a biceps injury this week that will end his season. The second-year pro was a first-round pick in 2019. The Eagles moved nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters to right guard to accommodate Dillard COMMENT LIVE TV Written By