Wake up here.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago WHAT’S INCLUDED • Considered design, superior construction and exceptional sustainability credentials• Spacious ground level master suites with generous walk-in robes and ensuites• Sophisticated modern decor with polished concrete and timber laminate floors• Chef-inspired kitchen with white stone benchtops and huge butler’s pantry• All bedrooms and living spaces fully airconditioned• Energy rating ranges 6.2 to 8.3 stars, solar hot water and video intercom security• Pet-friendly, low maintenance gardens with in-built watering system• Freehold-titled house with tropical gardens and no body corporate fees• Brilliantly designed for “home stay” option • Cairns High School catchment Happiness on Denbeigh. A new MiHaven development on Denbeigh St, Parramatta Park.LOCATED on a quiet street in a popular character precinct, these four new homes on freehold title delivers low-maintenance luxury with the relaxed North Queensland lifestyle in mind. Happiness on Denbeigh.Developed and constructed by award-winning MiHaven, Happiness on Denbeigh executes the company ethos of innovation, sustainability, and integrity to perfection. MiHaven is one of the best exponents of inner-city development embedded with a wealth of building and design expertise. The project is a culmination of 30 years of development experience of owners James and Sarah Mort. A new MiHaven development on Denbeigh St, Parramatta Park.“It’s all about clean lines and simplicity of the design. These homes are ideally designed to accommodate a range of people’s needs from downsizers to young professionals or those attracted to a simple urban lifestyle with all the luxury that MiHaven delivers for a hassle-free lock-up-and-go attitude,” said Mr Mort. MiHaven is the only registered B-Corp in Cairns and was the first Australian construction company and property developer to be awarded registration. Entertain outside.The-B Corp signifies that they are a globally recognised social enterprise business (a business for purpose) and creating social impact in everything they do. Set over two levels with large living areas on both, the expansive, light-filled property features a sleek contemporary kitchen and an inspired al fresco dining area, which opens out to a courtyard and private tropical garden. Bright brekkie bar.The master suite is located on the ground level with the remaining bedrooms upstairs, affording the layout both privacy and liveability. With impeccable appointments, high-quality finishes and a beautiful tropical ambience throughout, you’ll be welcomed home to Happiness on Denbeigh.
StumbleUpon Ministers expected to raise National Lottery age limit August 17, 2020 UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 Submit Share Share Related Articles The Gambling Commission has outlined fresh plans to make gambling online in Britain safer, undertaking an overhaul to gambling marketing whilst also delivering a fresh approach to age verification. A key focus of the new plans involves further protecting children from potentially being exposed to gambling, by banning operators from providing free-to-play demo games until a consumer’s age has been determined, as well as increasing the overall efficiency of the age verification processes.In the release of its ‘Review of Online Gambling’, the Commission points towards statistics that detailed industry profits from the sector have grown 10% to 4.7bn in the last year, and public participation has increased from 15.5% in 2014 to 18.3% in 2017. With it also being estimated that nine million people across Britain gamble online.Neil McArthur, Gambling Commission Chief Executive, commented: “Britain has the largest regulated online gambling market in the world and we are continually looking for ways to make it even fairer and safer for consumers.“The proposals we have announced today are intended to protect children better, reduce the risks to vulnerable consumers and build on the measures we already impose on operators to know their customers and intervene at an earlier stage before consumers experience harm.”Another key proposal of the new plans is to elevate the quality of the complaints and disputes procedures that are offered by operators. Whilst also improving the relationship between operators and bettors, by ceasing to allow unacceptable marketing and advertising and unfair terms, additionally strengthening requirements to interact with consumers who may be experiencing, or are at risk of developing, problems with their gambling.Tracey Crouch Minister for Sport and Civil Society added: “We are committed to ensuring the gambling industry is safe and sustainable. These proposals for additional regulations will strengthen the controls already in place and further safeguard children and vulnerable people from the risks of online gambling.”The revealing of these new set of plans comes after the Commission offering its advice to the government that the maximum stake on Fixed-Odds-Betting-Terminals (FOBTs) should be cut to £30, rather than £2 as many have lobbied for. UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service August 20, 2020