Max Christmas’ home at 6 Amalfi Drive, Isle of Capri has sold.THE godfather of Gold Coast property Max Christmas has sold his family home for almost $2 million.Mr Christmas and wife Liz have parted ways with their tropical Surfers Paradise waterfront haven after it changed hands for $1.95 million, CoreLogic data revealed.It first hit the market in November at $2.575 million. 6 Amalfi Drive, Isle of Capri.While the house has been modernised over the years, the outlook over the river has also changed.The four-bedroom three-bathroom house is described as a “secluded sanctuary” with the new owner sure to make the most of the privacy and tranquillity on offer. 6 Amalfi Drive, Isle of Capri.“I’ve been here on the Coast for over 60 years and I’ve grown up with the greenery, the river, canals, the whole Gold Coast lifestyle and this house definitely incorporates that lifestyle.“It catches all the natural elements — the sun, the breezes — not many houses have that quality, it’s that true Gold Coast atmosphere.” Max Christmas has sold his family home on the Isle of Capri.The property veteran paid $660,000 for the 685sq m property in 1998.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoHe said it was the location that sparked his interest.“It’s on the main river and has a northeast aspect,” Mr Christmas told the Bulletin when it first hit the market. 6 Amalfi Drive, Isle of Capri.
Welcome to the Herald Sports live blog! I’m Mike Fiammetta, and I’m here at the Kohl Center with Herald Sports editor Elliot Hughes.We’re set for what’s sure to be a fantastic night of hoops as the No. 25 Badgers (16-5, 5-3) are set to host the No. 16 Indiana Hoosiers (16-4, 4-4) in a conference battle with plenty at stake in the Big Ten race.Wisconsin is coming off a strong performance on the road Sunday that resulted in a 67-63 win over Illinois. Point guard Jordan Taylor continued his stellar play of late, dropping 19 points while pulling down nine rebounds and dishing out five assists. Taylor’s improved play since the non-confernese season and early Big Ten play has been vital to the Badgers, who are now riding a 4-game win streak.Indiana, meanwhle, has seen its fortunes fade in January, where the Hoosiers are 3-3. Despite losing three of their last four games, the Hoosiers do have a tendency to be somewhat tricky on the road. IU is 3-3 on the road this season, though the Badgers have, as usual, been hard to beat here at the Kohl Center. Despite losing two games at home earlier this season, Wisconsin has rebounded with a 10-3 home record.Tonight’s matchup will be a a battle of clashing strengths, as Wisconsin boasts the Big Ten’s (and the nation’s, at that) stingiest scoring defense at 49.6 points allowed per game. Indiana, meanwhile, is the conference’s top scoring offense (No. 15 in the country) at 79.8 points per game.Anyway, thanks for joining us on the live blog below (we’ll also be on Twitter @BHeraldSports) and have a great Thursday night.&lt;a href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=cb9541f7ae” &gt;Wisconsin vs. Indiana&lt;/a&gt;
Ahead of Thursdays World cup qualifier with Georgia, Ireland manager Martin O’Neill says he’s not worried by Tipperary man Shane Long’s lack of goals so far this season.The Southampton forward has yet to score after 10 appearances for the Saints. However, O’Neill says it won’t affect the Gortnahue native
Bethany Storro’s parents, Nancy and Joe Neuwelt, after cancelling a planned appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, attended a women’s self-defense class at Anytime Fitness at Esther Short Park on Friday evening — a fundraiser the club’s operators organized to help pay costs from Storro’s facial burns.Storro, 28, was found suffering from acid burns to her face about 7:15 p.m. on Aug. 30, on Columbia Street just north of West Eighth Street and the park. She told rescuers and police that a woman she didn’t know walked up to her and threw acid in her face.As Vancouver police officers and Major Crimes Unit detectives began their investigation of the alleged attack, Storro was treated for facial injuries at the Oregon Burn Center at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland. She and her family held press conferences at the hospital and Storro later was released.Outside the fitness club Friday evening, the Neuwelts stood before news cameras before the class and thanked a long list of people and businesses that helped raise money for Storro’s medical treatments.“I just want to say ‘thank you’ to the community,” Nancy Neuwelt said. “It’s been incredible.”As for Storro, her mother said, “She’s doing better and she’s amazing. I took her out for a little bit today. We went to get a coffee and get out in the fresh air. She’s doing better, and people were coming up and just encouraging her.”