What does Aarti’s dream home look like?

first_img What is the best thing about your suburb? FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK Where do you live and why? We live in Hope Island because it’s a beautiful yet very practical suburb for busy modern living. Our first home was here in one of the estates. Aarti Bajaj at the award ceremony in Los Angeles last week. Picture: Supplied.The World Championship of Performing Arts in Los Angeles presented her with three silver and two bronze medals for excellence in drama, dance, and modelling.Ms Bajaj is the director and star of the Indian dance spectacular Meera which launched on the Gold Coast last year and has since toured to New Zealand.She’s also a mother of two and a sonographer, and dreams of finding a home where she can spend more time with the kids and less time doing the chores. What do you love about your home? More from newsNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoNoosa unit prices hit new record high as region booms: REIQ12 hours agoWe love this house because it has a perfect urban Gold Coast living feel to it. We continue to reside in our first house on Hope Island. It is very contemporary, on beautiful waters, facing the magnificent Hope Island Golf Course. Maybe change our interiors a little more, I mean make it a little more contemporary. What would you change about your home? Hope Island is beautiful, safe, and close to multiple great schools and parks for kids and minutes to the motorway. It’s just a perfect, relaxing yet luxurious location for a busy working couple. The northern Gold Coast suburb of Hope Island. Picture: Mark Burgin. Gold Coast-based performer Aarti Bajaj. Picture: Helen Selmeczy.QUEENSLAND performer Aarti Bajaj has returned to Queensland with a bag of medals after competing in the Olympics of the performing arts world. Houses are not just expensive to buy, they are even more expensive to maintain. Therefore never over capitalise. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. If money was no option, what would be your fantasy home and where? I would continue to live where I live but my fantasy home would be a house with loads of domestic help. Loads of help so that I can spend more time towards things that really matter to me like playing with my kids, spending time with my husband and doing loads of creative work. What was the best piece of property advice you were given?last_img read more

Man United injury update v Chelsea – HUGE BOOST for Red Devils as attacker looks set to recover for Sunday’s clash

first_img 1 1 Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal became a figure of fun on Monday evening as he claimed that his side could still catch runaway league leaders Chelsea, but he will have the perfect opportunity to justify that assertion on Sunday afternoon when the two heavyweights square off at Old Trafford.United are currently 10 points behind their London counterparts – who are yet to taste defeat in the Premier League – and while the Red Devils will still be without captain Wayne Rooney, who serves the final match of his suspension, Van Gaal looks likely to receive a handful of boosts that could prove the difference maker for the fallen giants.The biggest news understandably surrounds club-record signing Angel di Maria, who worryingly limped off in Monday’s draw with West Brom. The Argentine seemed to wince on the bench, as he sat with an ice-pack strapped to his groin, but after being spotted at United’s Carrington base on Wednesday to undergo additional treatment, the club are quietly confident that he will be fit in time for Sunday’s showdown.Another huge boost comes in the shape of Colombian hitman Radamel Falcao, who remained on the bench for the 2-2 draw due to the amount of travelling he had done during the international break, but according to latest reports he too is expected to be ready to go on Sunday.While defence continues to be an area of consternation for boss Louis van Gaal, his ranks look set to receive further reinforcements, with Jonny Evans and youngster Paddy McNair to undergo fitness tests that could see them follow the returns of Phil Jones and Chris Smalling last weekend.And finally, something of a minor boost, Monday’s goal hero Marouane Fellaini insists he is fully fit and raring to help fire United back into the Premier League’s upper-echelons after enduring his own difficult start to life at Old Trafford following his switch from Everton in the summer of 2013.Below is how Man United could line-up against Chelsea on Sunday: Man United fans, how do you think you’ll line-up on Sunday? Comment below… Angel Di Maria looks like being passed fit to face Chelsea last_img read more