6 Pring St, Hendra is going to auction tomorrow at 9amA huge six bedroom home in the heart of Hendra is expected to sell at auction tomorrow.Ray White Ascot sales agent Alexander Shean said there’s been plenty of interest in 6 Pring St ahead of its 9am on-site auction to be called by auctioneer Philip Parker.“The options are limitless for this original post-war home,” Mr Shean said. “You could completely remove and build new, or move in and start planning your own unique renovation.”More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours ago6 Pring St, HendraHe said the house was two flats at one point, hence why it’s got six bedrooms.Owners Mark and Rhiannon Shillington bought the property in 2011 but didn’t move in with their three young children until early 2012. “The house is set up so that there is a main house in which we lived, with an attached granny flat at the back of the house,” Dr Shillington said. “We used that space as a spare room for guests, and had a study and playroom.“The house was perfect in many ways for when our children were very little but the main thing we loved about living there was the location.”It’s a short walk to local cafes, schools, bus stops and the train station.The Shillingtons have moved on after they found a home which was perfect for their family, just around the corner.
The U.S. President, Donald Trump, is increasing the pressure on China to reach a trade agreement with his plan to increase existing tariffs and targeting billions of additional goods.The move has increased tensions in trade talks between the world’s two largest economies. Just last week, the U.S. President said the officials were making progress on the deal, only to now reveal that discussions with China continue, “but too slowly, as they attempt to renegotiate”.According to a social media update on May 5, Trump would increase the earlier set 10% tariffs on USD 200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25% as of Friday. This would reverse the decision to deep the tariffs at 10% made in February 2019 after the two sides made progress on the deal.Additionally, Trump would target a further USD 325 billion of Chinese goods “shortly” with 25% tariffs.After their meeting in Beijing last week, Chinese and U.S. officials are scheduled to meet again in Washington on May 8, Reuters said, adding that the new tariffs would depend on these talks.World Maritime News Staff
Facebook Twitter Google+ Three-star outside linebacker Daiquan Kelly decommitted from Syracuse and verbally pledged to Penn State, he announced on Twitter Sunday afternoon.The Union City (New Jersey) High School prospect is the third member to back out of a commitment to SU, joining four-star cornerback Davante Davis and three-star outside linebacker Doyle Grimes.Kelly is also the second linebacker in the past year to retract his Syracuse commitment and join the Nittany Lions, after linebacker Jason Cabinda did so on Oct. 23, 2013.His decision leaves the Orange with two outside linebackers — Troy Henderson and Shyheim Cullen — after starting with four. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Kelly had committed to Syracuse on June 29, and his decommittment leaves SU with 22 members in its Class of 2015. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on September 14, 2014 at 6:12 pm Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org | @matt_schneidman