One of the bedrooms at 325 Lakeside Avenue, Springfield Lakes.Amenities include a study, theatre, butler’s pantry and open-plan living feeding to an alfresco zone. “It’s definitely a nice feel with that seamless indoor/outdoor living,” Ms Osborne says.The auction is set for July 29, 10am, on-site. 325 Lakeside Avenue, Springfield Lakes.If you’re looking for a beautiful home in a popular community, and you like the idea of helping sick children too, then 325 Lakeside Ave, Springfield Lakes, should do nicely.The property will be the seventh House For Life auction for the Mater Little Miracles charity.Lesley Ray, executive director of fundraising at Mater Foundation, said past House For Life events had raised more than $2.1 million.325 Lakeside Avenue Springfield Lakes.Plantation Homes have again donated the design, materials and contractors to complete the house.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“They (Plantation Homes) actually engage over 150 tradespeople and suppliers to build the house,” Ms Ray said.Marketing company Josh Develop donated their resources to run the auction campaign, and founder Jessica Osborne says the response had been extraordinary.“My phone has been ringing pretty much off the hook,” she says.“It’s a totally different floorplan – it’s never been built before.”325 Lakeside Avenue, Springfield Lakes. read more
Kevin-Prince Boateng will join the rest of the Ghana team in training in Holland after meeting up with the squad.The Black Stars start training tonight with Kwesi Appiah holding his first session at 6:00pm local time.The Schalke player, who was absent during the Black Stars’ first phase of preparations for the World Cup in Accra arrived at their Arnhem base Sunday morning.Boateng was excused by the technical team for the three-day training camp in Accra, which ended on Friday.Black Stars coach Appiah has 23 players to train with as he expects Michael Essien, Adam Kwarasey and Sulley Muntari to join the team this week.
Government through the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) and the National Sports Authority (NSA) has approved a budget of approximately $1.28m for team Ghana’s participation at the 2019 African Games in Rabat, Morocco.According to the of the Director-General of the National Sports Authority, Prof. Peter Twumasi, who is also the Chairman for the International Games and Competitions Committee (IGCC), it was very important that the budget be made known to Ghanaians, after it was approved by the Youth and Sports Ministry headed by Honorable Isaac Kwame Asiamah.He noted that the budget covers all expenses for Team Ghana at the 12th African Games, where Ghana is presenting a lean team of medal hopefuls.“The IGCC team has done a great job since it was inaugurated to oversee all issues relating to the upcoming African Games in Morocco.“We presented a budget to Government through the Youth and Sports Ministry and we have gotten approval, so it is important we made it available to Ghanaians”.Professor Twumasi noted that the budget includes bonuses for all the athletes, coaches and officials, with an amount of $3000, $2000 and $1000 going to athletes who would win gold, silver or bronze respectively in the single or individual sports in the various disciplines. With regards to team sports, each player would be rewarded with $2000, $1500 and $1000 respectively for winning gold, silver or bronze.— read more