Stylishly renovated home new to the market in Mount Gravatt East

first_img57 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastThe three bedrooms have built-in robes and fans and the new bathroom has floor to ceiling tiles. The house has timber floorboards throughout, split-system airconditioning to the living areas, LED lighting throughout and new plumbing and electrical wiring. 57 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastTHIS Mount Gravatt East home has been redesigned and renovated to suit modern, and is new to the market. The property at 57 Kentish St has three bedrooms, one bathroom and a spot to park the car. The new open plan living area includes the kitchen and dining space and a lounge room. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201957 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastThe kitchen has stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances and white cabinetry. A servery window and French doors in the kitchen open out to the big entertaining deck at the back of the home. center_img 57 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastThe home is set on a fenced 615sq m block with landscaped gardens and lawn. The Mount Gravatt East home is being marketed by Isa Kural from Ray White — Holland Park.last_img read more

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CYF admits failures over toddler’s death to family

first_imgRadio NZ News 27 February 2017Family First Comment: “A secret recording of these admissions, made in a meeting with the 17-month-old’s extended family, has been given to RNZ by the family. Child Youth and Family told RNZ that publicising the recording would “impede our ability to do our job of keeping children and young people safe”. The agency is worried if RNZ broadcasts any part of the recording, it will undermine public trust in CYF and make it more difficult to have free and frank discussions. The family on the father’s side says just the opposite – that the public need to know just how badly wrong the agency got this case, so that it’s forced to change.”Exactly!A Child Youth and Family manager admits the agency failed multiple times when it sent a Southland toddler back into a P-using household where he died.A secret recording of these admissions, made in a meeting with the 17-month-old’s extended family, has been given to RNZ by the family.Child Youth and Family told RNZ that publicising the recording would “impede our ability to do our job of keeping children and young people safe”.The agency is worried if RNZ broadcasts any part of the recording, it will undermine public trust in CYF and make it more difficult to have free and frank discussions.The family on the father’s side says just the opposite – that the public need to know just how badly wrong the agency got this case, so that it’s forced to change.The family praised the CYF manager who did the internal review for having the guts to front up to them – but in the end say the recording of their two-hour meeting with her and a colleague last September showed an agency failing in the most basic way.“We felt that CYFs were paying lip service to our family,” said the toddler’s aunt, the sister to his father.READ MORE: http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/325390/cyf-admits-failures-over-toddler’s-death-to-familylast_img read more

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