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Check out the city view from 77 Outlook Cres, Bardon. Wine and dine your friends at 77 Outlook Cres, Bardon. 77 Outlook Crescent, Bardon. Photos: realestate.com.auThis super cool tree house is in a blue-chip suburb of Brisbane.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is at 77 Outlook Cres, Bardon and has been architecturally designed with lifestyle appeal. Take a look at the in-ground pool at 77 Outlook Cres, Bardon. 77 Outlook Crescent, Bardon. Photos: realestate.com.auMore from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Ray White — New Farm selling agent Christine Rudolph said the home was set against the backdrop of Mt Coot-tha, nestled in bushland, with sweeping views of Moreton Bay and the city skyline. The claw bath tub at 77 Outlook Cres, Bardon.Perched on more than 960sq m on one of the highest points of sought after Outlook Crescent, this distinctive property features a timeless fusion of timber and glass, offering light, space and a stunning view corridor from every room. 77 Outlook Cres, Bardon.The Zen-like main bedroom is a true haven from the hectic pace of inner city living, with a freestanding claw foot bath, separate rain shower and private deck for morning meditation.Other features of the property, which goes to tender on September 8, includes an in-ground swimming pool, storage space and a cellar.
Stuff.co.nz 24 May 2016Family First Comment: Our longest married couple are both 100 years old this year – Mr this month, and Mrs beginning of next month. Two letters from the Queen!So that makes them the OLDEST & the LONGEST married couple in NZ The country’s longest-married couple are about to notch up yet another milestone.Together for 81 years, Jeram and Ganga Ravji of Mt Roskill were named New Zealand’s longest-married couple by lobby group Family First earlier this year.Now they are about to become a couple of centenarians.On June 6 Ganga Ravji will turn 100 – barely a month after her husband.Four generations of the family now live in New Zealand but the path to a century has not been an easy road for the couple.READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/love-sex/80266967/new-zealands-longest-married-couple-celebrate-100-years.adaptive.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram It’s not every day an NBA player would be heard wishing to trade his NBA Most Valuable Player award for a FIBA Basketball World Cup title, but that’s exactly what Giannis Antetokounmpo is thinking.Giannis is set to become the first player to see action at the World Cup right after capturing the prestigious MVP award, and to do so for a Greek program that has seen a lot of success at this level is nothing short of significant. The 24-year-old didn’t mince his words as he expressed his desire to shock the world this year.”I would exchange the MVP title for the gold medal in China,” he declared. Προτίμηση; Στη σειρά και σοβαρούς ή σε λίγο πιο… ελεύθερο στυλ; Όπως κι αν είναι, #HellasGotGame! #FIBAWC #HellasBasketball FIBA Basketball World Cup FIBA 🏀🇬🇷 (photo InTime, @yorgosmatthaios )A post shared by Hellenic Basketball Federation (@hellenicbf) on Aug 4, 2019 at 4:52am PDTDubbed the “Greek Freak,” Giannis has had a profound impact on the game these past few years, rising from a big question mark in the NBA Draft 2013 to become arguably the best player on the planet right now.In just six NBA seasons and at just 24 years of age, Giannis has blossomed into an unstoppable force, leading the Milwaukee Bucks to their best record since the 1980-1981 season and clinching their first number one seed in 45 years.Still, despite all that he has achieved, Giannis knows that the ripples of his growth and stardom go way beyond the confines of the NBA. Back in Greece, the 6ft 11in (2.11m) wingman has become an icon for anyone hoping to emerge from obscurity and reach the pinnacle of excellence.That’s why for Giannis, putting the Hellas kit on is an unparalleled experience, and that’s why winning the World Cup would be his brightest crowning glory yet.”I always feel something special when playing for the national team,” he explained. “When you are starting the tournament and listening to the national anthem, the emotions can’t be described. After the first basket, the first plays, it is an amazing experience and every time I feel as proud as the first time. The feeling of winning with the national team is incredible, and I have said before that I will always be part of the team, as long as I am healthy like this summer.”Another element that adds meaning to this year’s World Cup campaign is the fact that Giannis will be with two of his siblings in the national pool: older brother Thanasis and younger brother Kostas. The former has been on an NBA and EuroLeague journeyman and will be Giannis’s teammate in Milwaukee for the 2019-20 NBA season, while the latter is expected to see action for the Los Angeles Lakers. This is how we roll babe! #NikosGikasVoiceA post shared by Giannis Antetokounmpo (@giannis_an34) on Aug 5, 2019 at 3:02am PDTBefore all that, though, the three Antetokounmpo brothers will be focused on one thing – leading Greece as far as they can in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019, where the table has been set for what seems like one of the most wide open races for the title of world’s best. “We’re just trying to encourage each other and get better,” Giannis shared. “It is an incredible feeling that all three of us are together. We have worked very hard to get here and to achieve this. That’s why I know that our mother is proud, as is our father, who I’m sure is watching us from the heavens.”Greece, of course, made headlines the last time the World Cup was held in Asia after they beat Team USA in the Semi-Finals of the World Cup 2006 in Saitama, Japan. Back then, Giannis was not even 12 years old, but now he’s all grown up and ready to be the face of Hellas as they aim to stun the global basketball community on an even bigger scale.The Greeks have been drawn into Group F at the World Cup, where they will face Montenegro, Brazil and New Zealand in succession. All Group F fixtures will be played at the Nanjing Youth Olympic Sports Park.