Ex Wallaby Steve Moore kicks home goals with new Brissie pad

first_imgStephen Moore at Suncorp Stadium. Picture: Annette Dew.QUEENSLAND rugby legend Stephen Moore is kicking some serious home goals with his latest property purchase.Talk of the Town can reveal Moore and his wife, Courtney, have forked out just over $3 million for a historic Queenslander in leafy Graceville. This historic home in Graceville has sold.The former Wallabies captain’s new home has seven bedrooms and four bathrooms and sits on a huge 1600 sqm block.It’s easy to see why the Moores fell in love with the home. The Graceville house has pressed metal ceilings and VJ walls.It’s brimming with character, featuring wide verandas, pressed metal ceilings, French doors and hand-blown glass windows.There’s also a pool, entertaining deck, home security system and landscaped gardens. The wide verandas of the home in Graceville.The couple sold their Paddington pad at 98 Howard Street for $3 million at the start of this year.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoMoore has several properties in Brisbane, including a house in Red Hill and units in South Brisbane and Alderley.Moore played Super Rugby for the Brumbies and Queensland Reds and won 129 caps for Australia internationally during his career, including 24 tests as captain.In 2017, Moore announced he would retire from international rugby at the end of the year and retire from Super Rugby at the end of 2018. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2019. Former Wallabies hooker Stephen Moore, with his wife, Courtney, and their three children at the home they recently sold in Paddington. Photo: Christopher Frederick Jones.last_img read more

PBC Men Face Felony Charges for Illegally Dumping Human Waste

first_imgOfficials with the West Palm Beach Police Department say they have arrested two men for illegal dumping, just days after the City launched a campaign geared toward keeping its streets clean.Officers arrested Thomas Fucarile and Lavoris Grisby on Friday, and charged them with a felony crime of dumping human waste on Executive Center Drive.A probable cause affidavit states that a crew driving a tanker truck pumped waste from septic tanks and then deposited the sewage into a manhole in the Executive Center Drive cul-de-sac between July and September of this year.Fucarile, who owns the business, was served with a cease and desist order and booked into the Palm Beach County Jail.According to West Palm Beach Police Dept. Spokesperson David Lefont, “This is a quality of life issue.”Mayor Keith James says tipsters who report acts of illegal dumping could be eligible for a $100 reward.More information about the City of West Palm Beach’s “Operation Clean Streets” initiative to curb illegal dumping through enforcement and prevention is available here.last_img read more

Nigeria, 13 other Countries in Nairobi for CAF Club Licensing Workshop

first_imgThe Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) is among 13 national leagues in Africa and the Australian league that will be participating in a Confederation of African Football (CAF) organised workshop on Club Licensing.The workshop which holds in Nairobi, Kenya will commence tomorrow August 13 and end on the 15th.Salihu Abubarkar, the Chief Operating Officer of the League Management Company (LMC) will lead the Nigerian delegation that also includes Team Manager of Rangers International, Amobi Ezeaku(representating NPFL Clubs) and Nasiru Jibril (representing the Nigeria Football Federation). Countries participating in the workshop are hosts Kenya, Egypt, Libya, Seychelles and Liberia. Others are South Sudan, Sudan, South Africa and Angola. The rest are Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Somalia.It will be recalled that Nigeria has played a prominent role in evolving a club licensing process on the continent with Abubakar and Nasiru leading at different workshop sessions on Club Licensing. Nigeria’s model was praised by FIFA at one of such workshops and recommended to other Federations to adopt.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more