14 Willow Street, Inala. A young family with plans to stay in the Inala area long-term have snapped up a post-war home for $375,000 at auction.The March 18 auction of 14 Willow St was attended by a crowd of more than 30 people, with six registered bidders involved. 14 Willow Street, Inala.Ray White selling agent Nathan Orley advertised the home as a “little cracker” and said the family had plans to renovate and expand and make the three-bedroom, one-bathroom property their “dream home”.“The house was situated on a 916sq m block which was perfect for the young kids, who were also excited about the pool,” Mr Orley said.He said the bidding started at $310,000.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019 Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here for FREE. GREAT PRICE: Queensland’s best four-bedroom homes under $300,000 Mr Orley said joint selling agent Jon Townend has had no problem selling the past four auction campaigns, either before auction or on auction day, in the past six months. “The marketplace has been strong in the area,” Mr Orley said. He said it was the first time the property had been offered to the market in more than 20 years.The home, which is opposite a large park, featured a modern kitchen, new bathroom, and a fresh coat of paint.
LAWRENCEBURG – The former Aurora police chief will serve one year on probation after he pleaded guilty to battery in a Dearborn County courtroom.Bryan Fields was arrested in December after police responded to a domestic dispute report at his Aurora home. He was accused of battery against his wife and two children.A judge dropped two battery-related charges this week as Fields admitted to one count of battery. Fields had served the city for 16 years before resigning in January following his arrest.Ripley County Prosecutor Ric Hertel was assigned as special prosecutor in the case.
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Perth: Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) chairman Tuck Waldron expressed his displeasure after the stadium in Perth was overlooked for hosting a Test against India later this year. The four Tests of the much-anticipated Border-Gavaskar Trophy will be played at Gabba, Adelaide Oval, MCG and SCG respectively starting December 3. “I’m really disappointed in this decision, I think it is the wrong decision. I just can’t understand why they’d make that decision,” Waldron told reporters in Perth as per cricket.com.au. “It’s a kick in the guts to WA, to all our cricket-loving people and to our WACA members. When you’ve got one of the best stadiums in the world and the second-best cricket venue in the world, the time-slots back to India for TV, etcetera; to me it’s a no-brainer,” he added. Perth will instead host the historic Test between Australia and Afghanistan starting November 21. Afghanistan have never played a Test Down Under and it will be a momentous occasion for the minnows who acquired Test status only in 2018. “We have a duty to the cricket fans here, to Afghanistan as a visitor to our state, to ensure we provide the best possible facilities and enjoyment for them as we possibly can,” WACA chief executive Christina Matthews said. “Let’s not forget, it is a history-making Test – they’ve never played Test cricket in Australia so once again, Western Australia will be part of history. We will continue to demonstrate how well we do those things, but when we see India fly across the top of us to the other side of the country, we might shed a little tear,” she added. IANS Also watch: Flash floods hit Assam! Here are some scenes of the devastation