The former church is still in great condition.The council approved the application earlier this year. Although a devoloper could snap up the land and convert it into units, Mr Mirosch said there could be interest from community groups keep the building as is.“It is in very good order,” he said. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoBrisbane City Council has granted approval for a conversion of the building.The church sits on a 572 sqm block and was used as a place of worship for 61 years.The current owner bought the decommisioned church late last year for just over $700,000 before lodging an application with council to convert the building to convert the building into five single bedroom units. REBIRTH: An old church in Wilston could be converted into units.AN OLD church in an inner Brisbane suburb could be born again as apartments. The post-war church building at 8 Kedron Brook Road in Wilston is set to go under the hammer this month after the owners got council approval to convert the building into units.Agent Richard Mirosch from LJ Hooker Stafford said it was a good location for a unit development.“It is a very good location, it is only 400 metres to Wilston Train Station and just 4 and a half kilometres to the CBD,” Mr Mirosch said.“It is close to cafes and restaurants.”He was unsure of exactly when the last service for the church was held, but suspected that changing demographics in the area could have led to declining parishioners. The building could also be used by community groups.The site will go to auction on Saturday, May 26 at 11am on-site.
The government through the Minister of sports will ensure the smooth and uninterrupted operations of the SLFA.The Task-force also made further deliberation with the major football stakeholders in Sierra Leone Football and recommends that the FIFA member Association Committee should, establish without delay the timeframe for these activities.A review of the SLFA statutes and the implementation of the Code of Ethics.The date by which the SLFA Extraordinary Congress should be held. Wold football’s governing body, FIFA, has introduced a new peace plan at the end of a two-day visit to Sierra Leone in a bid to end the much publicised rift presently rocking football in the country.The local league in Sierra Leone has been on hold for three years under African football’s only woman FA president, Isha Johansen. Her reign has been marred by disputes with rival members as well as a power struggle that has been a permanent fixture since 2014 and one that got worse following the surprise postponement of the FA’s Congress in Makeni in 2015.After almost a year of the new intervention from FIFA, a mediation team from the association has unveiled numerous recommendations, after concluding its findings on Friday, so as to put an end to the ongoing crisis.In a communique made known by the task force, that includes the Minister of Sports Ahmed Khanou, the Chairman Taskforce Musa Bility, SLFA’s representative Drucil Taylor and Fifa Director of member Associations Veron Mosengo-Omba, the following decisions were reached:The SLFA should adopt the FIFA code of ethics, with FIFA supporting this process.The members of the judicial bodies elected on the 23rd March 2017 should undergo integrity checks conducted by FIFA as defined by FIFA Ethics Committee.An extraordinary congress to be held with two items to be discussed on the agenda (A) to adopt the new SLFA Code of Ethics (Based on FIFA code of Ethics), (B) to revise the SLFA statutes and include integrity checks requirements for potential candidates.Following the Extraordinary Congress, the SLFA shall organise Ordinary Congress in order to select their Electoral Board in preparation for the SLFA elections and to present any relevant statutory reports. The government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Sports undertakes to enforce its ban on betting on local football matches and to support any sanctions that may be taken by FIFA and SLFA against those who are found guilty of match-fixing. RelatedSierra Leone Kicked Out of AFCON 2019 QualifiersDecember 3, 2018In “AFCON”FIFA Ban Ex-Sierra Leone Captain And Three Others For LifeApril 25, 2019In “FIFA”FIFA Club World Cup Plans RevealedOctober 24, 2018In “FIFA” The Match-Fixing Commission should hand over to FIFA all files and evidence linked to match-fixing in Sierra Leone football. Fifa will then decide how to proceed. The date of the new SLFA Ordinary Congress and the date of the Elective Congress.Instruct the FIFA General Secretariat to be at the disposal of the FIFA’s Task Force so that the proposed solutions (such as the revision of the SLFA statutes and the integrity checks) can be implemented.Mandate the FIFA Member Association Division and the competent FIFA departments to propose immediately how the SLFA’s match fixing inquiry can be completed.instruct the FIFA general Secretary to accompany and support the Sierra Leone Football Association and the Sierra Leone towards the achievement of all the above-mentioned proposals.As earlier indicated by FIFA, Johansen will remain president until a new one is elected though her status as a presidential candidate is in doubt after charges were recently levelled against her by the anti-corruption body. The body also called for her to step down immediately alongside the FA’s secretary-general. She is expected to appear in court on October 30.Isah Johansen is a CAF executive committee member and holds positions in other committees of both the African body and FIFA.
On Saturday, at 6 PM, the National football team of BiH will play a decisive match in the qualifications for the World Cup in Russia. The opponent is the National team of Belgium who already won the finals in the World Cup.Fans of football in BiH are familiar with matches that our national team and Belgium played, but club duels were a lot more common. Considering the period of the former Yugoslavia, clubs from BiH and Belgium played seven duels (not counting Intertoto Cup).It is interesting to recall the first BiH-Belgium match that was played 47 years ago.Then, in the first round of the Cup of Fair Cities (the forerunner of the UEFA Cup) played Zeljeznicar and Anderlecht. The first match was played at Kosevo Stadium on September 2, 1970, in front of about 5,000 spectators, and it was much more than dramatic.Our team played in the composition: Radovic, Becirspahic, Bratic, Hrvat, Katalinski, Kadric, Spreco, Osim, Bukal, Mujkic and Bajic (Jankovic). In the 4th minute, Ivica scored against the goalkeeper Anderlecht Colasse, but Wilfried Puis scored as well before the break.In the continuation of the match, a real drama happened. Three goals were scored in three minutes: 2: 1 Spreco (58); 3: 1 Mujkic (59); 3: 2 Mulder (60). Wilfried Puis (82) and Reserve Gilbert Van Bimst (89) made a turn for the win of Anderlecht with 3: 4 in the last 10 minutes.The match in Brussels did not need the extra time because Swedish player Inge Ejderstedt scored two goals for the victory of Anderlecht 5: 4 and the total score 9: 7!(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Meanwhile, United Teachers Los Angeles has scheduled informational pickets today as part of its effort to gain more resources and control at the school level. The demonstrations coincide with the start of contract negotiations. “We’re going to be doing informational leafletting and talking to parents about our contract demands and our plans for working with the community,” UTLA President A.J. Duffy said. “We’re going to be stepping up our attacks on the bureaucracy. We’re going to push very hard and these informational leaflettings are our opening statement to the district that we are serious and we need them to come to the table with all seriousness.” In April, UTLA proposed reforming the 727,000-student school district by eliminating the eight local districts and replacing them with six regional resource centers that would have no decision-making authority. Most personnel from district headquarters and local districts would be moved into school sites, Duffy said. UTLA also pushed for increasing the seven-member school board by two and making the positions full time. [email protected] (818) 713-3722160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A commission analyzing Los Angeles Unified’s governance structure voted Thursday on ways to decentralize the behemoth district, while the teachers union ratcheted up its own push for greater school-site autonomy. The Joint Commission on LAUSD Governance was created in April 2005 by the presidents of the City Council and the school board to recommend whether the structure of the nation’s second-largest school district should be altered and how. The panel decided, for instance, that budgets and lesson plans should be handled by individual schools, while the district’s central administration should oversee transportation and school charter issues. “What they’re saying is decentralization will empower the local school to better serve students,” said Bill Mabie, spokesman for Councilman Alex Padilla, who co-founded the commission. “The idea is that if there’s more empowerment at the school level it also empowers parents because there are people who are accountable right there at the school site.”