3 Braemar Crescent, Castle HillA CASTLE Hill home with one of the best outlooks in Townsville will be sold under the hammer today.3 Braemer Crescent will be open for inspection at 10am before going to auction at 11am with the home’s stunning ocean views expected to draw buyers.The two-stoery double brick home has four bedroom, three bathrooms and a double garage positioned on a 961 sqm block. 3 Braemar Crescent, Castle HillMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Smith and Elliott principal Sally Elliott said 60 people had already come to view the home.“The outlook is extraordinary and it’s an extremely solid home because it was built and designed by Kevin Max who was one of Townsville’s leading architects and builders back in the day,” she said.“It’s a home that would suit most people and it does have a self contained granny flat which is very spacious that has its own entrance but it also has an internal staircase.“Nearly every room expect for two bathrooms has an outlook.“It has got a warm and welcoming feeling and it’s just in one of those positions that don’t often come along and it can’t be built in front of.” 3 Braemar Crescent, Castle HillThe auction follows Ms Elliott selling a nearby property at 30 Yarrawonga Drv, Castle Hill at auction in December for $1.56 million. The house is located in a quiet cul-de-sac and is north facing with a huge, 38 sqm patio that has ocean and island views.There is plenty to room for a pool and the house could also be easily extended. For more information call Ms Elliott on 0409 550 454.
Deepak Ahuja, the Chief Financial Officer of Tesla Motors, spoke about his role at the company and the lessons he has learned from working there to kick off the Trojan Scholars Society’s Distinguished Lecture Series in Tutor Campus Center on Monday night.Top gear · Deepak Ahuja, the chief financial officer of Tesla Motors, spoke to students as part of the Trojan Scholars Society Distinguished Lecture Series at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center on Monday night. — Tucker McWhirter | Daily Trojan“Tonight we hope to begin to develop what will be a full year long distinguished lecture series,” said Austin Reagan, a junior majoring in political science and environmental studies and co-chair of Trojan Scholars Society.Tesla Motors is a company co-founded by entrepreneur Elon Musk with the goal of creating fully electric cars. Ahuja was recently was named a 2014 CFO of the Year by the San Francisco Business Times.After receiving a master’s degree in materials engineering at Northwestern University and a master’s in business administration at Carnegie Mellon University, Ahuja worked at Ford Motor Company until 2008, when he was asked to be the CFO at Tesla.“At that time it was a very small company with about 200 employees,” Ahuja said. “They had yet to sell a single car.”Ahuja spoke about his first interaction with Musk.“Interestingly, he already had a reputation not as a great innovator, but more of a ruthless leader,” Ahuja said. “When I spoke with him, it just blew my mind. He was an incredible person, an amazing innovator, and had the vision and the guts to change the automotive industry in a way no one could imagine.”The switch from Ford to Tesla was a life changing decision for Ahuja. He and his family left Michigan to begin work and school in Palo Alto, California at Tesla headquarters. One of Ahuja’s daughters is a current junior at USC. Ahuja explained the impact this decision had on him.“I was doing very well at Ford, living a very comfortable lifestyle and could see myself retiring from Ford and life would have been just fine,” Ahuja said. “On the other hand, I could go down an uncharted path, take a huge risk, and it was a tough call but I decided to take a leap of faith in Elon.”For Ahuja, working for Tesla has led him to focus on developing relationships.“To be a good CFO, one has to build very strong relationships with the executives to see how to effectively give them direction on things to do better and differently and to guide them to stay aligned with the organization,” Ahuja said.Ahuja credited his engineering background for the foundation of his success as CFO of Tesla.“Engineering gives me sufficient basis and also the mindset of how I think, but as I look back, it is the combination of all these things that ultimately prepared me to be the CFO of Tesla,” Ahuja said.Students who attended the event said they were inspired by Ahuja.“I think his experience makes him a lot more qualified than most,” said Andrew Morris, a sophomore majoring in mathematics and natural sciences. “I was inspired by the fact that he was really comfortable with his job and he decided that he was inspired to do something different, because a lot of people, I think, ignore that inspiration, or don’t think it is worth pursuing.”Ahuja pointed out the quality of students at USC.“You all will go on and make amazing careers with your lives,” Ahuja said. “It is indeed a pleasure to be here with you. You all should be very proud of being here.”
Four training sessions are behind the U-18 national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the FF BH Training Centre in Zenica.The chosen players of Slaven Musa are working hard, which was confirmed to us by the goalkeepers’ coach Goran Brašnić:“If we take into account all the circumstances that preceded this gathering and the break that the players had, we can be satisfied with their approach and commitment to these preparations. They played one match between themselves and everyone did his best. Of course, there were a lot of good things, but also some bad ones that still need to be worked on, but the will of the guys to work is at a high level.”Brašnić also commented on the specific working conditions in this period:“We adapt and respect all the guidelines we received from medical experts, as well as measures related to hygiene and health protection. Surfaces that are often touched are constantly disinfected and the staff at the Training Centre regularly cleans all rooms. We also measure temperature regularly. We take care of many things and we don’t have any problems, so the preparations are going in the best way.”The camp ends tomorrow when anthropological testing of players is scheduled.
CAN YOU help solve a ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ mystery?John Smith from Tennessee, recently visited Glenties in search of his Great Grandfather, William Gallagher.William was a son of Peter Gallagher and Margaret Roarty from Glenties. William like many others immigrated to the US in the early 1880’s as a young man in his twenties. Following some research by Adrian Gallagher of the Gallagher Clan, John and his wife were encouraged to travel from the US to Glenties. In this the year of the Gathering he hoped to identify his family line and visit the homestead.In Glenties John met and spoke with a number of very welcoming and knowledgeable members of the many Gallagher families in the area but unfortunately his search was unsuccessful.At present John is back in Tennessee where he is encouraging the extended Smith family to return to Donegal for the ‘Gallagher Clan Global Gathering’ 6th – 15th September to continue to trace their roots back to their great grandfather, William Gallagher.As for now the ‘search continues’…… Can you help? Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org FAMILY SEARCH: SO WHO DO YOU THINK JOHN IS? was last modified: August 19th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FAMILY SEARCH: SO WHO DO YOU THINK JOHN IS?Gallagher ClanGlenties