Gold Coast renovator attracting plenty of attention

first_img1/44 Sarawak Ave, Palm Beach is one of the most popular listings in Queensland on realestate.com.au this week.IT seems house hunters love a good renovator if it’s close to the beach.According to realestate.com.au this Gold Coast unit at 1/44 Sarawak Ave, Palm Beach rounded out the top 10 most viewed Queensland properties on its website this week.The two-bedroom unit is described as having a “renovation opportunity knocking on the door”.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoRay White Kingscliff Casuarina agent Mark Jensen is marketing the property at offers over $315,000. 1/44 Sarawak Ave, Palm Beach- a renovator’s dream?The ground-floor unit is one of four in the complex and has an open plan living area, laundry, fenced courtyard and a single carport.It is a stone’s throw to the beach and is close to shops, restaurants, schools and parks.The median unit price in Palm Beach is $381,050, up 16.7 per cent in the past three years according to CoreLogic. 1/44 Sarawak Ave, Palm Beach.last_img read more

Teens cost grocery store hundreds in produce after coronavirus prank

first_imgOfficials in Virginia are asking parents to keep a closer eye on what their kids and teens are doing after a prank by two teens cost an area grocery store hundreds of dollars in produce.According to the report, employees at Harris Teeter were forced to throw at hundreds of dollars of food from their produce section after two teens appeared to be filming themselves coughing on and near produce in the store.Employees immediately threw out the food and contacted authorities.After an investigation using CCTV footage, authorities were able to identify the teens and contacted their parents.During an interview, the teens admitted to getting extremely close to food and other patrons and coughing into their own sleeves as part of a joke.The police department eventually determined that no criminal activity had taken place as no food or other patrons were actually spit on.They are now, however, asking the public to closely monitor their children’s behavior, as many of them are sitting idle and bored due to schools being closed:“We still ask that parents continue to monitor their children’s activities, including social media viewing and posting, and to discourage the promotion of any such fear-inducing behavior,” according to a Facebook post from the department.Authorities also reported that this one the first incident of its kind in the area, however, it bares similarities to the ice cream licking prank that drew many copycats last year.last_img read more