36 Warana St, The Gap. Picture: realestate.com.auIt is listed for $549,000 through David Havig of Havig & Jackson — Clayfield.It is in an elevated position and has a leafy outlook which extends down the street and towards the surrounding hills. There are three bedrooms, open-plan living areas and a generous backyard with a level playing area. 15 Lunar Place, Bridgeman Downs. Picture: realestate.com.auThe five-bedroom home is for sale through Samantha Foster of Place — Aspley.The home is on 1580sq m and has leafy urban views. It is framed by established, landscaped gardens, with a native garden at the front of the home and tropical plants surrounding the pool.At the more affordable end of the market is 36 Warana St, The Gap. 753C Clear Mountain Rd, Clear Mountain. Picture: realestate.com.auGrowing populations and higher density living mean more families are growing up without their own garden.While inner-city living can be great, it’s a bit tough having an Easter egg hunt without a garden to do it in.This week we look at three properties, from high end to cheap and cheerful, which would be perfect for an Easter hunt and other games.There is plenty of room to hide an egg — or dozen — at a home at 753C Clear Mountain Rd, Clear Mountain.The four-bedroom home is listed for $3.79 million. Plenty of yard at this Clear Mountain Rd, home. Picture: realestate.com.auIt has four bathrooms, parking space for 11 cars and is listed through Bryan Carmichael of Denovans Real Estate — Mitchelton. Described as a luxury acreage retreat, the home is on 1.06ha of landscaped grounds — plenty of hiding spaces there — and overlooks Lake Samsonvale, North Pine Dam and out to Moreton Bay beyond.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoThere are formal and informal living areas, large bedrooms, a gym room, library and a dedicated media room on the top level which also has views.In the middle of the market is a home at 15 Lunar Place, Bridgeman Downs, listed for offers over $929,000.
Photo credit: squidoo.comJustice Birnie Stephenson-Brooks on Monday issued bench warrants for the arrest of three jurors who failed to attend two consecutive sittings of the High Court of Justice.On Wednesday 9th May, 2012 five (5) citizens were fined $200.00 each for failing to attend Court after being issued with summons to appear.Justice Birnie Stephenson-Brooks sounded a note of caution to the jurors explaining that jury service is “a very important thing” and that they should make an effort to inform the Court of their unavailability.Despite this note of caution, three (3) of these individuals failed to attend Court’s sitting on Monday 14th May, 2012.Justice Stephenson-Brooks therefore issued a bench warrant for their arrest noting to the police officer that they are to be brought to Court on Wednesday 16th May, 2012 at 9am.Meanwhile two jurors who were absent from Court’s sitting on Wednesday 9th May, 2012 were present at Monday’s sitting.One male sought to explain that he suffers from a “backaches” and therefore “cannot wake up early in the morning”.He told the judge that he did receive a medical certificate from the doctor last week but “forgot it at home” as he was “rushing to come to Court”.That excuse did not work and he was told to pay the fine as well as the other female who was also absent.Dominica Vibes News 24 Views 3 comments LocalNews Bench warrant issued for three absentee jurors by: – May 14, 2012 Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share Share