Gold Coast development offers luxury living with ‘The Deck’

first_imgRenders of The Deck at Signature Broadbeach.SJB Interiors designed The Deck.“The Deck’s shared spaces encourage relaxation and interaction with neighbours and friends, while responding to the building’s physical form and coastal location, creating a series of recreational and tranquil spaces,” SJB Interiors director Ljiljana Gazevic said.“Signature Broadbeach has been designed to celebrate the unique lifestyle that represents living on the Gold Coast.”Signature features a collection of one, two and three-bedroom residences across 35 levels.Apartments start from $475,000. The pool at Signature Broadbeach.The resident’s lounge and private dining room integrate with the pool area and provides intimate spaces for formal and informal entertaining.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe outdoor barbecue and teppanyaki grill area are perfect for casual poolside dining, while a cinema and gym provide an outlet for residents looking to relax, unwind or exercise.“No other residential development in this market offers the extent or quality amenity of Signature, which was inspired by the amenity of luxury hotels,” Mr Pyke said. Renders of The Deck at Signature Broadbeach. Renders of The Deck at Signature Broadbeach.WELCOME to a new level of living at Broadbeach.Little Projects’ development director Leighton Pyke said The Deck at Signature Broadbeach was designed to complement its beachside location.Exclusively for residents, a 50m infinity edge pool is the centrepiece of the space. Renders of The Deck at Signature Broadbeach.last_img read more

Calls for Len Brown to resign

first_imgOneNews 16 March 2014Auckland Mayor Len Brown says he will remain as mayor because the ratepayers want him to be.Speaking on TVNZ’s Q A programme Mr Brown said that most Aucklanders want him to move on from last year’s affair scandal and get on with the job of being their mayor.“Most people are over it and they want me to get on with the job and that’s what I’m doing,” he said.However, Family First NZ’s national director, Bob McCoskrie, says it’s time for Mr Brown to go.“For many Aucklanders, his actions have brought the office of the Mayor in to disrepute. He no longer has the respect or the confidence of many people to be seen as a major community leader.”He says there needs to be another election for mayor in Auckland.“Aucklanders should have another opportunity to have their say on whether they accept his leadership,” says Mr McCoskrie.Mr McCoskrie says that if information about Mr Brown’s affair was known prior to the election the outcome could have been significantly different.“To resign and then stand for re-election would be the most appropriate action for Mr Brown to take if he wishes to remain as Mayor.”http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/calls-len-brown-resign-5866264last_img read more

Arsenal’s Lwobi fires Nigeria to 2018 World Cup

first_imgAbuja, Nigeria | AFP |  Arsenal forward Alex Lwobi sent Nigeria to the 2018 World Cup finals with the winning goal in a 1-0 African qualifying victory over Zambia on Saturday.The Super Eagles became the first African team to advance to Russia after taking an unassailable lead atop Group B. It will be their sixth World Cup finals appearance.Substitute Iwobi blasted home a pullback by Shehu Abdullahi 17 minutes from time to secure qualification.“We were lucky that Iwobi came off the bench to make the difference,” said Nigeria’s German coach Gernot Rohr.“It was a difficult game and we didn’t underrate Zambia. We knew it will be a tough game and that was the case.”Zambia coach Wedson Nyirenda felt his team had dominated for long periods.“They got a half chance and they used their experience to punish us,” he said.“But we acquitted ourselves very well. This was the best game of this group.”In a high tempo first half, Zambia thought they had taken the lead when Augustin Mulenga bundled home but his 23rd minute effort was disallowed for offside.In the 36th minute, Zambia striker Alex Ngonga, whose pace troubled the Nigeria defence throughout, forced goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa to parry the ball behind for a corner. The Super Eagles peppered the Zambian goal with shots in the closing minutes of the first half, but skipper Mikel Obi, Odion Ighalo and Moses Simon all failed to trouble Zambian goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene.Nigeria were the brighter of the two teams after the break as Wilfred Ndidi saw his looping header pushed away by Mweene.The Eagles carved out the better chances, although Zambia looked dangerous on the counter attack until Iwobi settled the affair and sent Nigeria to the World Cup finals.StandingsNigeria     5 4 1 0 11  3 13 – qualifiedZambia      5 2 1 2  6  5  7Cameroon    5 1 3 1  5  7  6Algeria     5 0 1 4  3 10  1 Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more