What you can buy for Brisbane’s median home price right now

first_imgThis three-bedroom house at 3 Seabrook St, Kedron, is for sale.BEST MEDIAN UNIT PRICE BUY IN BRISBANE’S NORTH 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 car$395,000 28 Orana Street, Carina This two-bedroom unit at 705/15 Playfield St, Chermside, is for sale.BEST MEDIAN HOUSE PRICE BUY IN BRISBANE’S SOUTH 3 Seabrook Street, Kedron This two-bedroom cottage at 28 Orana St, Carina, is for sale.BEST MEDIAN UNIT PRICE BUY IN BRISBANE’S SOUTH This two-bedroom unit at 705/15 Playfield St, Chermside, is for sale for close to Brisbane’s median unit price.“There are options to improve these abodes with a little renovation work too, so that’san attractive equity-add for those handy with a hammer.”When it comes to units, the valuer suggests looking for resales of modernapartments with two bedrooms and two bathrooms — especially investors hoping to jag good tenants. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroomOffers over $500,000 This three-bedroom house at 3 Seabrook St, Kedron, is for sale for close to Brisbane’s median house price.North of the river, the report recommends checking out houses in Chermside, Nundah, Kedron and Stafford Heights, where original-condition, post-war homes through to 1980s-era dwellings are available for around the median house price.“This is a pretty handy investment and owner-occupier zone, as there’s terrific potentialif you can be positioned close to transport options and essential services,” the report said.center_img This unit at 18/51 Daniells St, Carina, is for sale for close to Brisbane’s median unit price.On the south side of town, Holland Park, Annerley, Carina and Carina Heights have the best buys in Brisbane’s median price range.“You will need to find a little more cash to open up your options — a touch north of $550,000 would be handy — but the established market is open to you,” the report said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoThis two-bedroom cottage at 28 Orana St, Carina, is for sale for close to Brisbane’s median house price.BEST MEDIAN HOUSE PRICE BUY IN BRISBANE’S NORTH 705/15 Playfield St, Chermside 18/51 Daniells St, Carina 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 car$499,000 Herron Todd White has revealed what you can get for Brisbane’s median home price. Image: AAP/Darren England.AFFORDABILITY and choice are the reasons Brisbane’s housing market offers some of the best opportunities for investment in the country right now, according to a leading property valuer.Herron Todd White has released a national study on what each capital city’s median home price will buy and investors are spoiled for choice in the Queensland capital, with an average price for houses of $550,000 and $380,000 for units.Those looking to sell their high-priced Sydney units and spend a portion of the profits in Brisbane would be wise to look in the city’s middle ring suburbs, according to HTW. MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 car Offers over $365,000 A unit in this complex at 51 Daniells St, Carina, is for sale.last_img read more

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UWI to launch Caribbean Disaster Risk Atlas

first_imgEducationNewsRegionalTertiary UWI to launch Caribbean Disaster Risk Atlas by: – June 21, 2012 KINGSTON, Jamaica — The University of the West Indies (UWI) will unveil the Caribbean Disaster Risk Atlas on Monday. The Atlas, which arose from the need for reliable data to enhance decision-making to reduce the serious economic and social impacts caused by natural hazards in the region, is being branded as a paradigm shift in the development of comprehensive risk management strategies in the Caribbean. According to vice chancellor, Professor Nigel Harris, UWI is very honoured to be at the forefront of this initiative. “The UWI has once again raised the bar for Caribbean integration. Under the management of the Institute for Sustainable Development (ISD) and the technical expertise of the Seismic Research Centre in St Augustine, and the Mona GeoInformatix Institute, the Caribbean can now benefit from cutting edge technology, providing up-to-date and verified data available for the analysis and management of natural hazards in the region,” commented Harris.“As the UWI continues to connect the Caribbean, this analytical tool is proof of the structured manner in which the UWI is positioning itself as a premier applied learning institution to be the repository of knowledge to inform policy and planning for growth and development, locally and internationally,” Harris concluded.This Atlas, the major output of the disaster vulnerability and risk assessment mapping for Jamaica and the wider Caribbean, is funded by the World Bank to the amount of US$510,000 through its Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery.“Additionally, the regional risk atlas contains spatial data on risk from floods and earthquakes for three Caribbean countries namely: Jamaica, Barbados and Grenada. Another significant feature of the Atlas, is that it will be available free of cost to most users,” said Dr David Smith, co-ordinator of the ISD and principal investigator for the Caribbean Disaster Risk Atlas Project.Scores of persons from across the Caribbean from the highest levels of the University, risk managers, GIS specialists and planners as well as government officials and the diplomatic community will witness the demonstration of the Atlas publicly for the first time.The launch of the disaster atlas precedes training on June 27 and 28 in Ocho Rios for experts in the sector. A symposium culminates these activities and will include the presentation of technical papers arising from the two-year investigations that occurred in Jamaica, Grenada and Barbados. Caribbean News Now Share Share 13 Views   no discussionscenter_img Tweet Sharing is caring! Sharelast_img read more

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P.7-M ‘Dinagyang shabu’ seized

The shabu was intended for disposalthis Dinagyang Festival, according to Police Lieutenant Jersey Besas, chief ofthe Police Regional Office 6’s Regional Drug Enforcement Unit (RDEU) thatbusted suspects Isagani Basbaño, 47, of Barangay San Lucas, Barotac Viejo,Iloilo and Sheila Mae Alvarez, 33, of Barangay Boulevard, Molo, Iloilo City. Besas said it took his men over a weekof planning to get the suspects to agree to a drug transaction – sell P35,000worth of shabu. ILOILO City – Methamphetaminehydrochloride (shabu) worth P765,000 was seized from two drug suspects in Purok5, Barangay San Vicente, Leganes, Iloilo yesterday. “Imagine kung hindi natin sila nakuha andhindi na-recover ang shabu na para talaga sa Dinagyang, marami pa ang mabibiktima,” said Besas. He believed the confiscated shabu wasfrom the national penitentiary in Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila. Basbaño and Alvarez were taken to theLeganes police station after their arrest. For drug traffickers, the DinagyangFestival is a lucrative event. A few days before last year’s festival, nearly amillion pesos worth of shabu was seized from a couple from Cebu. The Dinagyang Festival highlight is onSunday, Jan. 26 – the crowd-drawing atitribes competition. But a lot of events are scheduled in the days leading tothe highlight and these also attract huge crowds that may include drug users. “It was difficult. They onlyentertained persons known to them. But our asset eventually managed to gettheir confidence,” said Besas. Leganes is 10 kilometers north ofIloilo City. The buy-bust was carried out at around12:10 a.m. at a construction site in Purok 5, Barangay San Vicente, Leganes. The man and woman were caught inBarangay Rizal Estanzuela, City Proper. They entered Iloilo via a roll on, rolloff ship from Cebu. According to the RDEU, the confiscatedshabu was intended for the Dinagyang, citing text messages found in thesuspects’ mobile phones./PN read more

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Pastor accused of trying to setup a threesome with underage girls

first_imgOfficials are currently investigating a Kentucky pastor who reportedly attempted to setup a threesome with two under-aged girls who worked at his local pizza shop.26-year-old Bobby J. Blackburn was arrested last week after one of the girls showed authorities the text messages sent by him.According to the report, Blackburn who is the pastor at Elevate Church in Prestonsburg, Kentucky had contact with the girls through his pizza shop, Giovanni’s Pizza Place. Authorities reported that both girls worked at the shop.It was also stated that Blackburn threatened to fire another teen if she did not take blame for sending the text messages.Blakburn has since been charged with using an electronic communication system to get a minor to commit a sex act.last_img read more

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THE YEAR IN PICTURES: Ellsworth/Sumner football team makes amazing comeback

first_imgEllsworth/Sumner football players celebrate after a 34-28 Homecoming win against Washington Academy on Sept. 29 in Ellsworth. The win was the first of the season for the Eagles, which had to come back from a 22-0 deficit to claim the victory. Ellsworth/Sumner also defeated Stearns/Lee Academy later in the season. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img

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’SC program promotes a safe Halloween

first_imgFollow us on Twitter @dailytrojan Students in USC’s Norman Topping Student Aid Fund teamed up with the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks Thursday afternoon to educated children about Halloween safety.Getting scary · A 4-year-old boy prepares for Halloween festivities by creating a mask with the help of a USC student on Thursday afternoon. – Austin Vogel | Daily TrojanHeld at the Hoover Recreation Center, “Safe Halloween,” catered to local children under the age of 12, who enjoyed a haunted house, various games, a costume contest and plenty of candy at the event.“This is actually the 15th year we have coordinated this event. We basically get together with the Hoover Recreation Center, and we plan all components that go towards Safe Halloween,” said Jeymi Choi, office manager of the Norman Topping Student Aid Fund office. “We wanted to be able to provide a safe environment for all the kids in the community. In order to do so, we set this up so they don’t have to go into the community, but can come here and enjoy everything for free.”The Topping Scholars program sponsors primarily students from the University Park community.“The program got started 40 years ago and was originally just for kids from the local community. Now students all over the country can apply; however, students from the local community do get special consideration in the selection process,” said Felipe Martinez, assistant director of the Topping Scholars program.One local Topping scholar, John Mendoza, a sophomore majoring in applied and computational mathematics, was particularly passionate about the event.“I’m originally from the local community so I definitely have the perspective as someone who, when I was little, wanted to go trick-or-treating and have fun with my family, but was limited by the safety issue,” Mendoza said. “A lot of families didn’t have the money to take their kids to other Halloween places such as Six Flags.”The Topping Scholars were split into teams to make the event run efficiently.“There are different booths that all the scholars can work at. We can scare kids in the haunted house, work at the creative stations building ghosts and pumpkins or watch over the kids who play in the jumpy houses,” said Erik Estrada, a freshman majoring in public relations. “It’s really well-organized in the sense that there are stations and everyone has a task at hand to do.”Though the administrators and Topping Scholars worked on the event together, the two groups had different goals for the day. The majority of the students wanted to spend time with the children and their fellow scholars.“I’m hoping to see some great costumes, and also interact with some of the kids” said Kaijona Wade, a freshman majoring in business administration.Estrada agreed with Wade.“Basically seeing the smile on the faces of some of these outreach kids who can’t really go out into their own neighborhoods, something most of us take for granted, is definitely a warm feeling that I won’t forget,” Estrada said.The sense of community was ever-present at the event. Administrators of the program were heavily focused on the long-term benefits of the event.“We hope that the local community will learn about college and our scholarship by coming to this event. Hopefully, they will connect this fun experience with going to college,” Choi said.Martinez echoed the words of Choi.“The purpose of the program is for them to interact with current USC students, but also do something fun for Halloween,” he said. “In the past, the USC students have had a really good time because they get to interact with kids. It’s really interesting to see previous scholars return with their kids and family members.”Many scholars said they were affected by the experience.“As a native of South Los Angeles, it’s really touching to be on the other side and give back to a community I grew up in,” Mendoza said.last_img read more

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Kenta Maeda pitches 7 scoreless innings as Dodgers edge Braves

first_imgThe Dodgers have gone 39-6 over their past 45 games, the best 45-game stretch in franchise history and the best in the majors since the New York Yankees also went 39-6 over a run in midseason of 1941.“Yes, I do feel the pressure. That’s the reality right now. We have a lot of really good pitchers who are producing,” Maeda said through his interpreter of the jockeying for position in the back of the Dodgers rotation.“You know, there’s only a limited amount of spots. It’s not in my power to influence that. What I try to do is make sure I produce every time I get the opportunity to do so.”He did that Tuesday by taking a no-hitter into the fifth inning and allowing just two singles in his seven innings. Over his past seven starts, Maeda has posted a 2.09 ERA with a 1.06 WHIP. The Dodgers have won six of the seven starts.But Hyun-Jin Ryu also pitched seven scoreless innings against the Giants on Sunday. Brock Stewart hasn’t given up an earned run in 16 2/3 innings this season. And Brandon McCarthy idles on the DL for now. ATLANTA >> A number of Dodgers pitchers follow the HBO series “Game of Thrones.” That’s good — it might prepare them for the cutthroat battle for territory ahead.The trade-deadline additions of Yu Darvish, Tony Watson and Tony Cingrani assure that the Dodgers’ most intense competition over the next two months will be internal, not from the rest of the National League.Right-hander Kenta Maeda has already spent most of this season like a man assigned to the middle seat on an airplane, fighting for an arm rest. He made his case for space Tuesday with seven scoreless innings against the Atlanta Braves as the Dodgers won again, 3-2.The win extends the Dodgers’ latest win streak to nine games — five of them have been one-run decisions, including the past three. They have won 20 of their past 22 games with the only two losses coming at the hands of the Braves at Dodger Stadium. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img The Dodgers might be a lock for the postseason. None of them is.“They’re making our decisions as an organization, as a ballclub much more difficult — which is a good thing,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “That’s what we expect from high-caliber starting pitching. And all throughout our roster, I think competition is a good thing. It brings out the best in guys.”The Dodgers offense backed Maeda with single runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings.Doubles by Yasiel Puig and Chris Taylor produced the first run. Cody Bellinger led off the fourth with his 29th home run of the season, moving him one closer to Mike Piazza’s franchise record for home runs by a rookie (35). And Puig manufactured a run in the fifth by leading off with a single, moving to second on a bunt by Maeda then scoring on a steal of third and wild throw by Braves catcher Tyler Flowers.“I think Yasiel thought he was invisible,” Roberts said. “He had a bad jump. But somehow Flowers threw it into left field.”That run proved decisive when Josh Ravin gave up a two-run home run to Johan Camargo in the eighth inning — a blunder that allowed Roberts to test one of his new bullpen options.Watson became the first of the Dodgers’ three trade-deadline acquisitions to make his debut when he replaced Ravin. Watson retired the side, stranding the tying run at third base when he got left-handed Freddie Freeman on a soft liner to third baseman Justin Turner.“He was good,” Roberts said. “I wanted to see him face Freeman there. That’s why we got him. For him to execute a fastball in on the hands was good to see.”last_img read more

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Dodgers continue to pile up the offense in win over Cubs

first_img Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco THE GAME: The Dodgers have scored 31 runs in their first three Cactus League games after beating a Chicago Cubs split-squad team 11-2 on Monday at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz.PITCHING REPORT: RHP Brock Stewart had a rough first inning, allowing two hits and walking two. But he escaped without allowing a run thanks to an excellent defensive play by D.J. Peters in center field. … Bullpen candidates J.T. Chargois and Josh Fields each pitched an inning. Chargois retired the side in order in his inning. Fields gave up a solo home run to Trent Giambrone.HITTING REPORT: Justin Turner hit a two-run home run as the Dodgers scored multiple runs in the first inning for the third consecutive game. Turner also reached base on a double and a walk and scored three runs. … Outfielder Paulo Orlando had a double and drove in a run with a sacrifice fly. … Minor-leaguer Logan Landon hit a solo home run in the seventh inning. Infielders Gavin Lux and Daniel Castro each had doubles.DEFENSE REPORT: With the bases loaded in the first inning, Peters (playing center field) hauled in Kyle Schwarber’s drive and made a strong throw home, nailing the runner from third base who had tagged up and was trying to score. … Turner handled a slow roller in the third inning, charging in and throwing out Yasiel Belaguert. “First one of spring,” Turner said. “I felt like I was in slow motion. Fortunately for me, there was a first baseman running.” Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire center_img Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies UP NEXT: Dodgers (RHP Kenta Maeda) at Royals (RHP Ian Kennedy), Tuesday, noon PT, Surprise Stadium, Webcast, AM 570Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Lacey Evans discusses being on Military Makeover and WWE releases

first_imgLifetime’s Military Makeover kicks off a national campaign with WWE to find the next military family to receive a complete home makeover. Host Montel Williams and WWE Superstar Lacey Evans, both military veterans, have launched a national campaign to identify and select the next military family to receive a full home makeover. On July 13, Williams and Evans will announce which military family will get their home redone. All people have to do is tag their favorite veteran hero with the hashtag #tagahero. Tagged families will need to answer questions on an online form that includes the age of their home and what type of health struggles, if any, they may be having. Applications must be submitted by May 31.  Evans served five years in the Marines before making the transition to professional wrestling in 2014. After competing on the independent scene for about two years, Evans signed with WWE and began in NXT. A little under three years later, at the 2019 Royal Rumble, Evans made her main roster debut. Since then, Evans has been in feuds with current RAW Women’s champion Becky Lynch and current SmackDown Women’s titleholder Bayley. Earlier this week, Evans took some time to sit down with Sporting News to discuss appearing on the show, how she can relate to the show and her feelings on WWE releasing wrestlers last week.(Editors note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity.)Sporting News: You’re a part of a really cool project, Military Makeover. It’s a TV show with Montel Williams on Lifetime. This just seemed like a natural fit for you after your time in the Marines. So when you were presented with this opportunity, was this something you didn’t have to think about?Lacey Evans: Not a single second. I jumped on it immediately. I was definitely excited about it and ready to rock and roll the minute I heard about it.SN: How has being a member of the military affected your living life as an individual and in the world of professional wrestling?LE: It motivated me. It showed me no matter how hard things get physically, mentally, emotionally financially uncomfortable that you get in your life, it’s going to pass. You just have to keep moving. You can’t stop, and that’s not just physically stopping, but like mentally, you have to continue to go forward, adapt, and overcome. It’s prepared me to definitely be the woman that I am in as a WWE superstar, the mother, the wife, as a motivator, juggling what I juggle on a day to day and being able to tackle it with flying colors and the confidence that I hold. The way I hold my head up just knowing that I’m capable of a lot and not ever stopping.SN: How do you feel you can relate to the families on the show? Were you able to relate to them?LE: I mean with every family differently. I’ve worked with a wife who lost her husband at the school shooting in Florida, and she was left with her son. She was a widow. At that point, she and I just could resonate when I lost my father and how much that hurt every day, and I have to get up knowing that he’ll never be there. There was one time she didn’t want anybody to touch her bed and her bathroom. Her husband had completely remodeled it before he passed away. His goal was to get to the whole house. Obviously, he couldn’t afford to. So it was just one little project at a time. My father also was in construction, and he was a builder. And my husband is as well. So when she told us do not touch that bathroom, and it’s the last thing my husband redid for us. She didn’t want our crew to go in there at all.I completely understood because I have some of my dad’s old tools. My husband is a general contractor. I would be the same way. We just did a home makeover with a mother who has children and she suffers from depression really bad. Every day she has to fight with herself to get up, get outside and get some fresh air. I’ve been there. I know life’s hard. I’ve been through freaking hell. I know what they’ve been through in different little ways. Every family’s different. When I’m looking at their faces and I see them hanging their head, and whether they’ve lost a loved one or they’re struggling mentally, you know, every day when the sun comes up, and I can see it. I’ve been there. That motivates me to continue to do what we do, bring the light of Military Makeover to veterans and their families and just to help each other out. We need each other. The whole world needs to be able to be that face and that voice—that positive example for everybody across the board.SN: On the pro wrestling side, you’ve made the transition from being the nasty heel, and now you’re the nasty babyface. You had been programmed with Bayley and now with Sasha Banks. What is that transition been like from you from going the heel everyone hates to now the babyface that everybody loves?LE: I don’t know if they really love me (laughs). I’m a go-getter. Tell me to be mean and I’m going to go out there and I’m going to be mean. If you tell me I got to smile a little more, I’ll smile the best I can. But I’m a mean son of a gun so probably the hardest part is to come out and smile because of how mean I am. You want me to go and get my hands on this person but you want me to smile about it? That’s hard for me. It’s probably the hardest part because that means streak comes in. This isn’t funny to me. This is how I make my money. SN: It was big news last week that some of your compadres were released from the company. When a deal like that happens, how hard is that for you because you’re seeing people that you’ve built relationships with for a number of years gone from the company?LE: It’s terrible. I take it hard because I know what it’s like to come from no money and come from a rough childhood upbringing. I know what rock bottom feels like. I know what that sick feeling in your stomach feels like when you don’t know what you’re going to do. That’s all that I could think about is ‘Man, what are they going to do?’This hits them last minute. But I also do know that WWE is very supportive. They do what they have to do, but they make sure that everybody has what they need and is taken care of, and to the point of going forward. But it’s just a crappy feeling. I just can’t imagine being in that position. I also know of going back to the military, of being able to adapt and overcome. You just got to keep pushing. You can’t let life no matter what it is; no matter what cards you’re dealt with, you keep got to keep playing, you got to play your hand, and you got to play to the best of your ability. I mean, it’s hard. Like I said, me being a mother, I’ve got to get up the next day. I’ve got to pour my cup of coffee and I got to keep on pushing. It reminds me to be prepared and not only to be prepared myself but to prepare my child because you never know. You can’t count your chickens before they hatch. You got to save for a rainy day. A lot of emotions and thoughts come through. I just keep them all in my prayers and wish them the best and then do the best that I can to continue to keep pushing and be good at my job and continue to learn and do the best that I can in there.last_img read more

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Coronavirus-hit owner sparks fear at Arsenal, Spurs, Burnley, Millwall & Sky

first_imgENGLISH football was thrown into panic after Nottingham Forest and Olympiacos owner Evangelos Marinakis tested positive for coronavirus.The Greek shipping magnate sparked fears Premier League and Championship clubs may have been exposed to Covid-19.2 Evangelos Marinakis has sparked fear at a host of Premier League and Football League clubs after his coronavirus diagnosisCredit: AFPForest’s squad were ordered to undergo coronavirus tests as Marinakis, 52, met them after Friday’s home defeat to Millwall.The club stated: “We confirm Evangelos Marinakis has tested positive for the coronavirus.“He was diagnosed after showing the first symptoms on his return to Greece yesterday.“During his short stay in Nottingham last week he did not show any symptoms of the virus.“The club are seeking advice from medical professionals and the relevant governing bodies to ensure the correct measures are taken.”The Football League are “in close contact with Forest” but an EFL spokesman insisted all league matches will go ahead as scheduled as per current government guidance.Marinakis himself said: “The recent virus has ‘visited’ me and I felt obliged to let the public know.”Millwall board members and senior staff who met Marinakis have also gone into voluntary isolation.A Lions statement read: “Senior club representatives who came into contact with Mr Marinakis last Friday have all begun a period of self isolation, as per government advice.“This is purely a precautionary measure and no individual has displayed any symptoms. The club will continue to follow all necessary guidance.”2Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo wants tomorrow’s Europa League clash at Olympiacos called off as Marinakis also owns the Greek club.The match in Athens, had already been ordered to be played behind closed doors. Olympiacos followed Forest’s lead by sending their entire playing squad for tests.Santo said: “If we have to go we will. But we don’t agree — we’re not happy to go.”It is understood Marinakis also shook hands with Forest defender Michael Dawson, who then worked as a Sky Sports pundit at Burnley’s 1-1 Prem draw with Tottenham on Saturday.Ex-Spurs star Dawson worked closely alongside Burnley’s Matt Lowton in covering Saturday’s TV Prem game for Sky.Tottenham are relaxed about any threat Dawson posed because Burnley had closed off access to the tunnel as part of the measures they already had in place.Burnley declined to comment. But a Sky statement read: “We are aware one of our recent studio guests, Michael Dawson, was in close contact with Evangelos Marinakis.”We are in touch with Michael and taking all the necessary precautionary steps.”MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himNICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’Marinakis was also at the Emirates on February 27 as Olympiacos knocked Arsenal out of the Europa League.But Arsenal insist “none of our staff who came into contact with Mr Marinakis reported any symptoms since”.The Gunners also have “additional procedures in place to protect our players and staff, including regular deep cleaning at Emirates Stadium and our training centre.”last_img read more

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