The home at 177 Oxley Ave, Woody Point is for sale.THIS Oxley Ave home in Woody Point has plenty of character and is just a stroll to Scotts Point Beach. Andrea Rooney bought the three-bedroom property at 177 Oxley Ave in 2010.“I liked the area of Woody Point and the character feel of the home,” she said. The house sits on a 607sq m corner block with established gardens.Inside, the large living area has a high ceiling and timber floors while the kitchen has modern appliances, an antique wood stove and plenty of bench space. The living area has polished timber floorboards.A dining area separates the kitchen and living space.The three bedrooms are a decent size and there are timber floorboards to two of the bedrooms. The bathroom has a double-length shower and there is a separate laundry room. Outside, there is a single lockup garage with storage and a carport.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019There is also a cubby house for the kids. There is an antique wood stove in the kitchen.“I did a lot to the property (after buying it),” Ms Rooney said. “I converted an area into a study, put in airconditioning, added new appliances in the kitchen and painted.”Ms Rooney said the living room was her favourite space in the home. “It’s a lovely area and at night, if it’s quiet, you can hear the ocean,” she said. The property also has a rainwater tank, ceiling fans and security screens. The bedrooms are generous in size.Ms Rooney said the home had a private garden and was close to much of what was on offer in Woody Point. “It’s really quiet here,” she said. “And you can walk to the milk bar just down the road, the fish and chip shop, the water and the markets on Sunday.“I’ll miss living here.” The home is being marketed by Andrew Reibelt from RealWay Property Consultants Redcliffe for offers over $449,000.
Share Sharing is caring! Share Tweet 15 Views no discussions Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism & Legal Affairs, Mrs. Claudia Bellot. Photo credit: GIS NewsPermanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism and Legal Affairs Mrs Claudia Bellot has challenged participants of the 2nd Film Editing Workshop to showcase Dominica’s natural and eco attractions on both a community and national level.Over twenty five videographers were yesterday awarded participating certificates at a closing ceremony of the 2nd Audio and Film Editing Workshop organized by the Dominica Film Office in association with the Discover Dominica Authority. “We really look forward to the results of this workshop from the point of view of the Ministry of Tourism…. I want to challenge the participants who were exposed to the various skills that were portrayed at this workshop to begin utilizing their skills to showcase our unique offering of natural and eco attractions in tourism both at the community level and at national level,” Mrs Bellot said.She further impressed upon the participants the need to record and promote the spectacular scenery, landscapes and natural beauty unique to our island, now that they have sharpened their skills.“You can now record all of the spectacular scenery and landscapes of Dominica as you hike along the Waitukubuli National Trail and you can certainly show Dominicans and our visitors alike the natural beauty which abounds in Dominica.”Mrs Bellot also noted that developing Dominica as a location for filming will stimulate the growth of that industry as well as lead to the diversification of our economy.“There is no doubt in our minds at the Ministry of Tourism that developing Dominica as a location for film, for fashion shoots, for advertisement shoots, etcetera has very great potential and it is the skills of persons such as yourselves which will stimulate the growth of this industry. We therefore encourage you to pursue your vision and our vision of furthering the development of the audio visual sector for the benefit of all of us and eventually for the diversification of our economy,” she said.The two week workshop geared at upgrading the skills of videographers in Dominica was facilitated by Cuban Film Editor and Film-maker Mr Oriel Rodriguez, a teacher at the International Film and Television School in Havana, Cuba.Film Commissioner Mrs. Anita Bully. Photo credit: GIS NewsFilm Commissioner Mrs Anita Bully while addressing the closing ceremony last night described the Dominica Film Offices’ mandate as promoting Dominica as a prime location for films, documentaries, fashion shoots and television programs as well as to develop a local film industry hence the purpose of the workshop.“The Dominica Film Office which was founded in 2005 has two major mandates; the first is to promote Dominica as a prime location for feature films, for eco and cultural related documentaries, for television programs and various other photography related projects such as fashion photo shoots and lifestyle magazine spreads….The second and equally important mandate of the Film Office is to encourage and develop a local film industry. As you know Dominicans air waves are being bombarded by foreign material that promotes foreign values and attitudes,” she said.Mrs Bully also highlighted taken steps to ensure that our air waves are not only bombarded with foreign content but also local film productions.“The Film Office thinks it is extremely important to change this and as a result has begun doing the following; liaising with local producers and film makers and encourage them to come together and form an association, to produce local films and television programs, and at the same time keeping them informed of training opportunities available, funding opportunities that are available, upcoming festivals and call for entries and other industry related information or activities,” Mrs Bully said.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Videographers encouraged to showcase Dominica’s natural and eco attractions by: – September 17, 2011 Share
Tiger Woods has gone nearly two months without playing a golf tournament.He is happy to be back. Farmers Insurance Open: Tiger Woods eight back in 2019 debut as Jon Rahm leads “It was nice to have some juice flowing in the system again,” Woods told reporters after his first round at the Farmers Insurance Open on Thursday. “It’s been a while, and I missed it.”Strong finish.@TigerWoods closes first round of the @FarmersInsOpen with a birdie.#QuickHits pic.twitter.com/6AGauwXH6V— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 24, 2019The 43-year-old didn’t have his best round at Torrey Pines’ South Course, but he was able to shoot a respectable 2-under 70 on the day to at least stay in shouting distance of the leaders. Related News Woods’ last competitive round of golf came at the Hero World Challenge at the beginning of December, and he said he didn’t quite have it Thursday. “I think having my feel (is where I’m rustiest), I’d say hitting the ball pin-high, I’ve always been really good at that my entire career, I wasn’t that good at it today,” Woods said. “I’m just not used to having so much adrenaline in my system, it’s been a while, so just trying to get a feel for that.”The closest anyone got to this 🕳 all day. #MustSeeMoments pic.twitter.com/Y86AbdXC0I— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 25, 2019Woods finished the day tied for 53rd after posting five birdies and three bogeys.Jon Rahm sits in first at 10 under for the tournament while world No. 1 Justin Rose and Doug Ghim sit one shot back at 9 under.