ON TRIAL: Accused murderers Dianne Wilson Struber (left) and Stephen Struber (right) who have pleaded not guilty to killing gold prospector Bruce Schuler on Palmerviller Station. PICTURE: HARRY CLARKEProperty records show that Palmerville Station is still listed in the Struber name, with the Public Trustee of Queensland now managing the estate while its owners remain behind bars.It is being marketed by Colliers International Cairns. Take a look inside Brisbane’s $18m trophy home The ultimate State of Origin battle for Australia’s next millionaire Palmerville Station is the size of Hong Kong and has frontage on to the Palmer RiverIt is located 70km southwest of laura, and is a mix of undulating ridge country and rough broken ranges associated with the Great Dividing Range.There are several creeks and gullies extending to the south across eroded plains, and it has extensive infrastructure including a homestead, machinery sheds, cattle yards and various grazing and holding paddocks. Hemsworth mega-mansion almost complete PALMERVILLE STATIONA GRAZING and mining station linked to the murder of a gold prospector has been listed for sale.The 134,000 hectare property, which is located in Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula, was central in the police investigation into the murder of Bruce Schuler, whose body has never been located. MORE REAL ESTATE NEWS More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoPolice divers search a lake on Palmerville Station during investigations into the disappearance of Mareeba man Bruce Schuler, 48.But while it might have a dark past, Palmerville Station is located on prime grazing land.It has approximately 70km of double frontage on to the Palmer River, and a rolling term lease to 2035. Queensland wins ‘Real Estate of Origin’ Queensland Police Minister Mark Ryan and QPS Commissioner Ian Stewart with Fiona Splitt, the widow of murdered gold prospector Bruce Schuler. Picture: Marc McCormackMs Splitt implored the new owners, once the station is sold, to reach out and make contact. “It would be nice if the new owners would let us out there to continue our search for Bruce,” Ms Splitt said.“I have no doubt that he is still out there, somewhere, and for our family, it is extremely important for us to bring him home.”Palmerville Station is listed for sale, with expressions of interest closing at 4pm on July 18. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK The vast station is in prime grazing countryIt is currently being used for cattle breeding and is being sold with its existing mixed Brahman and short horn cross cattle breeds.The area is also known as one of Queensland’s largest alluvial gold deposits and hosts more than 30 mining leases. During the murder investigation, police described the difficulties surrounding the search for Mr Schuler’s body, saying the crime scene was “basically the size of Hong Kong”.His body has never been found, and his wife, Fiona Splitt, led a successful campaign for the introduction of the “no body, no parole” legislation.Its introduction means that the Struber’s will be prevented from ever applying for parole until they revealed the location of Mr Schuler’s remains. Speaking to the Courier Mail, Ms Splitt said she hoped the new owners would help close the final chapter on the mystery. Murder victim Bruce Schuler who disappeared at Palmerville Station.The case led to the station’s owners — Dianne Wilson-Struber and Stephen Struber — being jailed for the Mareeba man’s murder in 2012, and led to the introduction of Queensland’s “no body, no parole” legislation.
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp MP calls for smoke ban in cars carrying children
Share More than 35 MPs have signed a motion calling for legislation to ban smoking in cars carrying children A Labour MP has called for a ban on adults smoking in cars where children are present, saying it would bring “tremendous” health benefits.Alex Cunningham said children were particularly vulnerable to the effects of passive smoking and could not “remove” themselves from cars where cigarette smoke was circulating.Parents simply exercising restraint was “not good enough”, he told MPs.But one Tory MP called the plan “over the top” and “ludicrous”.Mr Cunningham said the “science was clear” about the dangers of passive smoking and that societal attitudes had changed on the issue in the past decade – reflected by the ban on smoking in public transport, planes and taxis.Research suggested more than 300,000 children visited doctors every year with health problems associated with passive smoke, he said, while there were 20,000 new cases of asthma and wheezing among children every year.The Labour MP acknowledged many people felt the car was a “private space” but he believed it was children’s space as well and “some people were invading it with dangerous smoke”.He told MPs: “Adults can make up their mind about the dangers of smoking. It is children we need to protect,” he added.“The fact that children can be exposed to such an environment in cars is reason enough to bring in a ban on smoking in private vehicles where they are present.“I can’t see how it would be any real hardship to anyone to stop smoking in private vehicles and the benefits will be tremendous.”‘Excessive’Mr Cunningham said a ban had been introduced in several US states, including California, as well as in parts of Canada and Australia and had growing support in the UK among health campaigners and the public.But Tory MP Philip Davies – who campaigns against political correctness – said it should be up to parents to decide whether they smoked in cars and there was a “complete lack of evidence” about the beneficial impact of the proposal.“This proposal is excessive, intrusive and insulting to British parents who smoke,” Mr Davies said.“The suggestion of banning smoking in private vehicles with a minor present is yet another unwarranted intrusion on individual freedom. The government should have no role at all in regulating the private lives of adults who make decisions as adults.”MPs voted to allow Mr Cunningham’s ten-minute rule bill to be considered at a future date by 78 to 66.However, as a private member’s bill, the likelihood of it becoming law is slight.The Department of Health has previously said parents should keep cars smoke free “voluntarily”.BBC News 13 Views no discussions HealthLifestyle MP calls for smoke ban in cars carrying children by: – June 22, 2011 Share Share Tweet Sharing is caring!
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp Iran rejects accusations over Saudi oil attack
Clouds of smoke fill the area following an attack at the Aramco factory in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia on Sept. 14. European leaders accused Iran for the attacks while the latter denied any involvement. REUTERS British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, FrenchPresident Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued theirstatement on Monday on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly inNew York. Eighteen drones and seven cruise missiles hitan oil field and processing facility. Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi rebels claimedthey carried out the Sept. 14 attacks while Iran itself denied anyinvolvement. The European leaders said there was no otherplausible explanation for the attacks, which shut down half of Saudi Arabia’soil production. SAUDI ARABIA – Leaders of France, Germany andthe United Kingdom in a joint statement accused Iran for the attacks earlierthis month on Saudi oil installations. Saudi Arabia and the United States – which issending more troops to the kingdom – also blamed Iran for the attacks.(BBC)
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp Traffic signal replacement in Greensburg planned
Greensburg, Ind. — The Indiana Department of Transportation has announced plans to install new traffic signals at seven intersections in Greensburg this week. Police will help control traffic while crews pull, tension and set cables in order to hang new signal heads.The work will be done on State Road 46, State Road 3, Broadway, Monfort and Franklin Streets and both junctions of U.S. 421.Motorists may experience delays. Inclement weather my delay installation.
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp Ashley Cole reveals favourite Chelsea manager
Loading… England legend, Ashley Cole, has named Carlo Ancelotti as his favourite Chelsea manager. The left back moved from Arsenal to the Blues, winning the Premier League at both clubs. He also won the UEFA Champions League with Chelsea. During his time at the club, he worked under the likes of Jose Mourinho, Avram Grant, Carlo Ancelotti, Luiz Felipe Scolari and Roberto Di Matteo. “My favourite manager that I’ve played under, I would say is Carlo Ancelotti. I played under some great ones, they were all different and I loved them for different reasons, but I just felt that with Carlo Ancelotti, I had a really, really good bond with him,” Cole told 90Min.Advertisement Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World6 Most Unforgettable Bridges In The World8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets “Of course I admired him, he was a legend as a player and then of course what he achieved as a manager. Then he came to Chelsea and he was just that man-manager that everyone seemed to love, whether you were playing or not. read also:Everton boss Ancelotti targets Lazio striker “He was capable of putting that arm around you when needed – not just about football stuff, if you’re struggling off the field, he was very understanding which as players you want. You see that human side in people, it’s not all about football, so for me he was my favourite, and tactically at times he was a genius. “He had that understanding whether to go into in-depth tactics or to trust the players to go out and deliver what he says in the team meeting.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp Liverpool edge out Chelsea for sixth successive EPL win
RelatedPosts EPL: Salah nets hat-trick as Liverpool beat Leeds in seven-goal thriller EPL: Liverpool open title defence against underdogs Klopp speaks on Messi signing for Liverpool Liverpool have recorded their sixth successive win in the Premier League courtesy of a 2-1 victory over Chelsea in Sunday’s encounter at Stamford Bridge.Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino netted either side of a disallowed Cesar Azpilicueta goal to hand the league leaders a two-goal advantage at the break.However, Jurgen Klopp’s team were pushed all the way by Chelsea as N’Golo Kante sublime individual effort game the Blues hope during the closing stages of the contest.Liverpool have reopened their five-point cushion at the top of the standings, while Chelsea are 10th after seeing their four-match unbeaten streak on the domestic front come to an end.While both teams had their moments during a lively opening which involved little goalmouth action, Liverpool took the lead in fine fashion through Alexander-Arnold.From a free kick around 20 yards from goal, Mohamed Salah dragged the ball into his teammate’s path before a shot was fired into the far top corner of Kepa Arrizabalaga’s net.Chelsea were forced into an early change as Emerson Palmieri, on his comeback from a thigh problem, needed to be withdrawn, but it did not hinder the Blues who were arguably having the better of the game from open play.Moments after Tammy Abraham had fired straight at Adrian from a one-on-one opportunity, the home side had the ball in the net through Cesar Azpilicueta, who bundled the ball home after good work from Willian down the left.However, not for the first time this weekend, VAR intervened. Mason Mount’s left leg was offside in the build-up to the goal, leading to the equaliser being chalked off.To compound Chelsea’s frustration, Liverpool went up the other end to double their advantage, again from a set piece. Andrew Robertson’s cross from the left found Firmino, who powered a free header into the top corner from 10 yards.Frank Lampard was soon forced into a second alteration at the back after Andreas Christensen picked up an injury while blocking a Salah shot, leaving Chelsea with just one substitution after the restart.Liverpool went straight onto the front foot in the second half, and it took a stunning one-handed stop from Arrizabalaga to prevent Firmino’s volley from finding the far bottom corner.The Merseyside giants were doing an effective job in keeping their hosts penned back into their own half, although Chelsea soon began to have some more joy with Kante dragging a low effort just wide from 20 yards.While that acted as the catalyst for Chelsea to find a second wind, they were struggling to create anything of note in the final third as the game progressed into the final quarter.However, out of nothing, Kante halved the deficit for his team. There appeared little on for the Frenchman when he collected the ball around 30 yards from goal, but the midfielder ghosted into the area before finding the top corner of Adrian’s net from 16 yards.Despite Liverpool remaining a threat once they got on the ball, there was a sense of panic within the ranks of the Merseyside outfit, and it led to an effort being made to break up Chelsea’s rhythm.Chelsea rallied yet again as the game drew closer to the full-time whistle and after Michy Batshuayi had glanced a header wide of the far post, Mount sent a first-time effort over the crossbar from just 12 yards out.Liverpool were able to come through four minutes of added-on time with minimal fuss, however, to regain their advantage of champions Manchester City. Tags: Jurgen Klopp
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp ICC World Cup Big blow to Pakitan, THIS cricketer returns home from England Tour
Malik is part of the Pakistan squad currently in England to play the World Cup hosts in a five-match ODI series ahead of the game’s showpiece event starting May 30.The announcement came just hours before Pakistan’s second tour game against Northamptonshire.The break means Malik is set to miss the one-off T20I against England on May 5 and the first of the five ODIs against the hosts on May 8.(Inputs: PTI) New Delhi: Experienced Pakistan middle-order batsman Shoaib Malik will return home for 10 days from the ongoing tour of England due to personal reasons, the PCB said on Monday.”The Pakistan cricket team management has given leave to Shoaib Malik so that he can return home to deal with a domestic issue. He is expected to rejoin the team in 10 days’ time,” the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in a statement.”The PCB will not be making any further comments and fully expects all concerned to respect Shoaib’s privacy,” it added. Shoaib Malik returned home eyeing personal reasons. Pakistan will be up against England for one off T20 and five ODI. Pakistan will play Windies in their first game of World Cup. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp Matthew Briggs back in the reckoning for selection
… Guyana to play Bermuda, Haiti in lead-up to Gold CupFOUR years after he made his debut for Guyana in a 2-0 win over Grenada, Matthew Briggs will be in contention for selection after being named in Golden Jaguars’ 40-man provisional squad for this year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup.Briggs, 28, was kept out of the National side due to eligibility issues, but now, the former Fulham FC, Watford and Colchester defender seems set to play a major role in Guyana’s Gold Cup campaign.Former Ajax youth player Terell Ondaan (winger), along with David Stephens (defender), Jordan Dover (defender), Liam Gordon (defender) and goalkeeper Quillan Roberts are the new faces called by coach Michael Johnson.There was no room for long-serving Finland-based defender Walter Moore. However, forward Gregory ‘Jackie Chan’ Richardson was given the nod.“We look forward to working with the squad over the coming days and weeks as we aim to build on the success of our qualification campaign,” Johnson said.Speaking on the team’s selection, the former Jamaican International pointed out that the “process was not easy and I understand there will be disappointment amongst some players. However, I’m encouraging players, fans and the media to get behind the squad as we aim to do the people of Guyana proud.“Wherever you are in the world, we the staff & players are asking you to get behind the team and enjoy this historical moment. Your country needs you!”Meanwhile, the team will commence preparations on June 1 with an international camp that will include two international friendly matches.The camp begins on June 1 in Bermuda where they will come up against fellow Gold Cup debutants Bermuda in an international friendly on June 6.Golden Jaguars will then travel to Costa Rica to continue their camp over the period June 9-13 and while there they will play another international friendly, this time against Caribbean powerhouse Haiti on the June 11.From Costa Rica the team will travel to their base in St Paul, Minnesota, USA, for their opening game of the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2019 on June 18 against defending champions USA.The Golden Jaguars were drawn in Group D of the 16-team tournament, with the USA, Panama, and Trinidad and Tobago.Following their opening game against USA on June 18, the side will travel to Cleveland, Ohio to take on Panama on June 22 at the First Energy Stadium, then play their final group game against Caribbean Football Union (CFU) rivals, Trinidad and Tobago, on June 26 at the Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas.The squad: Matthew Briggs, Terell Ondaan, Jordan Dover, Liam Gordon, Quillan Roberts, Sam Cox, Neil Danns, Gregory Richardson, Emery Welshman, Keanu Marsh-Brown, Ronayne Marsh-Brown, Sese Nervell, Curtez Kellman, Callum Harriott, Anthony Jeffery, Dellon Lanferman, Marcel Barrington, Kelsey Benjamin, Pernell Shultz, Warren Creavalle, Elliot Bonds, Terrence Vancooten, King Solomon Austin, Kevin Layne, Sherwin Skeete, Stephen Duke-McKenna, Sheldon Holder, David Stephens, William Europe, Trayon Bobb, Daniel Wilson, Akel Clarke, Kai McKenzie-Lyle, Clive Nobrega, Quincy Adams, Brandon Beresford, Delroy Fraser, Reiss Greenidge and Alex Murray.
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp Miracle Optical confirms sponsorship for Drag racing
MIRACLE optical is the latest company to join the upcoming second round of the National Drag Racing ChampionshipThe company signalled its intention to participate in the event last week with sponsorship handed over recently.Romeo Singh of Miracle optical contended that the company is more than happy to be on board with the event.Giving a brief comment, Executive Committee member Motilal Deodass welcomed back the company, saying “They are undoubtedly a huge part of racing locally.”“We have always enjoyed a great partnership with them and this time it’s no different.”They partnered with us last year for the Ignite race meet and they are major sponsors of the Street Tuner class in the circuit eventAdmission to the June 23rd event stands at $500 for kids and $1000 for adults with action beginning at 10:00.Other sponsors include Platinum Car Show, Supreme Bets, R. Kissoon Contracting Services, Deryck Jaisingh Trucking Service and Machinery Rentals, Del Ice Co., Mohamed’s Enterprise, B.M. SOAT Auto Sales, Prem’s Electrical, E-Networks, Motor Trend, Nexus Machine Shop, Power Line, Jumbo Jet Auto Sales, Wind Jammer Hotel, Cyril’s Taxi, A&R Jiwanram Printery, Blue Spring Water, Choke Gas Station, Special Auto, First Class Auto Spares and Sales, GT Tuners, West Coast Customs Washbay and Imran Autoworks.
Category: eiulundiacdkojfp The Blame Game
There’s been a lot of finger-pointing around the Wisconsin football locker room lately.If you ask any player on the Badgers who is to take credit for the recent explosion of points, all you’ll get is a bunch of fingers being pointed at someone else.Usually coaches hate the blame game, but in this case even they have been taking part in giving the praise to everyone besides themselves.There has to be someone to blame for the evolution from a team that managed only 14 points against San Diego State into a team that in the past three weeks has steamrolled any team in its path.UW’s last game against Minnesota marked something that has never been done before by a team at Wisconsin. The offensively fire-powered Badgers have produced 141 points in just three games — the largest number of points scored by Wisconsin in three straight games against Big Ten opponents.This comes from a team for which the media had low preseason expectations and didn’t improve its image with a stumbling start to the season. The Badgers have been proving the critics wrong over the past three weeks, exploding on the scene by producing close to 1,500 offensive yards.Largely to thank for this explosion of points is second-year offensive coordinator Paul Chryst.”The coaches have been putting a real good game plan in,” said sophomore offensive lineman Kraig Urbik. “Coach Chryst has been doing really well managing the offense.”But if you ask Chryst if he’s to blame for the Badgers’ offensive success, he’ll tell you otherwise and point the finger right back to his players.”There’s a lot of guys that we need to be successful, typically and justifiably so,” Chryst said. “John [Stocco] is crucial. Andy Crooks is a big part of what we do. P.J. [Hill] and his production has been big, and you don’t have that without the tremendous player in Joe Thomas. We got other linemen who are getting better each week. So there’s not just one player who is the key.When it comes to the guys on the other end of Stocco’s passes, Chryst is encouraged by the fact that there isn’t a true go-to guy from a receiving standpoint.”Receivers at different moments have made plays,” Chryst said. “I think that’s what is the beauty of this group right now, that there is not just one guy who is solely responsible for [the success].”A major key to the success of UW’s offense has been the coming together of the passing game. Stocco’s top three games in terms of completion percentage have all come in the last three weeks, with Stocco’s lowest mark of the period sitting at .632 against Minnesota. The fifth-year quarterback had not exceeded .600 to that point.”I feel like we’ve been gelling as a unit. Stocco’s been feeling real comfortable with a couple receivers out there, he’s going to keep going to them,” wide receiver Paul Hubbard said. “Travis Beckum’s been making big things happen all the time. He’s a big target, and he’s always there, and he gets the job done. I feel like the confidence level is up in Stocco and in our receivers, so the passing game has been coming along real well.”Although Hubbard believes the receiving core has converged, he’ll tell you that it’s not the receivers guilty of the recent triumphs, but rather his quarterback.”I feel like Stocco has been the key,” Hubbard said. “He’s hitting his reads, he’s hitting his guy even if there’s two guys on him, he’s been putting it where only the receiver can get it.”Travis has been coming up with a lot of big plays, same with Luke Swan,” Hubbard continued. “They’ve been making things happen. We need that, and they’re going to keep coming with that.”Yet another key to Wisconsin’s offensive arsenal in the past few weeks has been the offensive line. The brick wall known as the UW offensive line has allowed only three sacks in the last three games, and has also collaborated as a unit to produce 724 rushing yards in those three contests.”I think throughout the past few weeks and throughout all of camp, we’ve been becoming more consistent, gelling more together, and we’ve also been becoming more of a complete offensive line,” Urbik said.However, when asking Urbik if the offensive line is at fault for the success of the team, he redirected the credit to his teammates.”I’m real impressed [with the offense],” Urbik said. “P.J. [Hill] is a real hard runner. Beckum [as] a tight end, he can block pretty well, and still be a great receiver. Stocco’s been really good; he’s been patient with the offense. He’s been showing great leadership with the offense.”So who’s to blame? Stocco? Hill? Beckum? Thomas? Coach Chryst? None of them seems to know who is at fault. The only fair answer: whoever has the ball in his hands or who is making the right play at the right time.”One thing feeds off the other,” Chryst said. “If you’re able to run the football, it opens up the passing game, and if you hit a couple of passes it keeps them off-balance. I think it’s all intertwined.”No individual on the team would be willing to take credit for the evolution from a weak and shaky team to a team that continues to find the end zone on a regular basis, but rather claim it as a team effort.Nevertheless, one thing every Badger player and coach will confess is that there is still work to be done.”We’ve had a chance to make some plays, and we’ve done that. We still have a lot of improvement to make. But we’re getting better,” Chryst said. “It’s one of those things where every guy and every position group can get better, and we’re striving to play the perfect game and we haven’t done that, so we’ll keep working.””There’s a lot of things that we can be proud of that we’ve done the past few weeks, [but] just because we played well the last few weeks doesn’t mean we’re guaranteed to play well this week,” Stocco added. “It’s still about going out to practice and getting better and staying focused, and nobody’s going to fall down, so we know we have to keep pushing for it.”There’s still a lot of things we can clean up, that’s just our main focus.”