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Facebook Forgot Password ? LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here The House of Representatives’ proposal to bring back banking supervision to Bank Indonesia (BI) has drawn criticism as experts warn of possible moral hazard and regulatory uncertainty.In a draft revision of the 1999 and 2004 BI laws, the House’s Legislative Body (Baleg) proposed that the central bank take over the job of supervising banks from the Financial Services Authority (OJK). The gradual takeover process is expected to be completed by Dec. 31, 2023, at the latest.The OJK was established in 2011 to oversee the financial industry and it was modeled on the financial services regulatory structure that prevailed in the United Kingdom. It assumed the role of regulator and supervisor of banks in 2013, taking the responsibility from the central bank.The plan to return the role to the central bank will put the credibility of lawmakers and the government at stake, said U… Log in with your social account Google Linkedin Topics : OJK bank-indonesia Financial-Services-Authority BI-Law-revision banking-industry supervision
The view from the apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.A LAVISH sky home in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD has sold for a $775,000 discount after languishing on the market for nearly three years.It’s been a long time coming, but the contemporary apartment in the riverside Admiralty Precinct has finally changed hands for $2.725 million, more than 1000 days after first being listed for sale in August 2015. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The open plan living space at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.The master bedroom and three other spacious bedrooms all come with walk-in robes and ensuites.There’s an enormous 44 sqm entertainer’s balcony, a separate entertainment area, large study, plus a bar and wine cellar.The property offers five car spaces and use of the building’s resort-style facilities, including a tennis court, swimming pools, a gym and access to the riverside boardwalk to the Eagle Street Pier. Inside the home at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, which has just sold for $2.25m.The vendor had recently obtained Development Approval for a high-end apartment building, allowing for 11 apartments over five levels. One of the four bedrooms in the apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.The second biggest sale of the past week according to CoreLogic was a grand, two storey house in one of Clayfield’s most prestigious streets. SOCCEROO SETTLES ON GOLD COAST BEAUTY This property at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, has sold for $2.25m. This apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane, has sold. Picture: realestate.com.au.It was first listed with a price in December 2016, when it was advertised for offers circa $3.5 million.That price was then dropped to between $2.85 and $3.1 million in May 2017, but without any bites the property was eventually listed for ‘all offers considered!’ UNLISTED HOME SETS NEW RECORD Inside the apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.It was named the top sale of the past week by property researcher, CoreLogic.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoThe massive apartment on the 43rd floor at 432/30 Macrossan Street is bigger than most houses, spanning 315 sqm, and offers stunning, uninterrupted views of the Brisbane River, Story Bridge and the city. POWER COUPLE SLASH $3M OFF WATERFRONT MANSION Inside the property at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, which has sold for $2.25m.The property at 20 Victoria Parade comprises a five-bedroom house on an 810 sqm parcel of land over two lots with 20 metre frontage. An artist’s impression of an apartment development proposed for the property at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, which has just sold for $2.25m. An artist’s impression of an apartment project proposed for 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield.
Scott Allen Manis, St., 50, of Osgood passed away Sunday, December 4, 2016 at his home. He was born at Covington, Kentucky on September 11, 1966 the son of Donzell and Betty Huff Manis. Survivors include his companion and wife of 25 years Molly Clift Manis; one son Scott (Felisha Gregory) Manis, Jr. of Osgood,; two daughters Kelly Manis of Newport, Kentucky and Chrystal (Brad Yeager) Bushorn of Batesville; 4 grandchildren Elaney McGuire, Evan Yeager, Noelin Manis, and Novah Eaton; two sisters Karla (Greg) Campbell of Aurora and Donna (Mitch) Davis of Milan; two brothers Troy (Kim) Manis of Moores Hill and Donny Manis of Milan. He was preceded in death by his parents, and his granddaughter Ella Rose McGuire. Mr. Manis attended South Dearborn High School with the class of 1985 and graduated from the Greensburg Christian Academy. Scott was a boilermaker and a member of Local 374. His hobbies included fishing, hunting, and camping and he had developed a talent in forging steel and metal. His biggest talent though was joking and making people laugh. Scott also enjoyed doting on his four grandchildren. Funeral services for Scott will be held on Friday, December 9th at 1pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Mark Vice of the New Point Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in the Cliff Hill Cemetery in Versailles. Visitation will be Friday from 11am until time of services. Memorials may be given to the donor’s choice.
“And again between 2005 and 2007 I don’t think I won a ranking tournament for 32 months. And again 2009 to 2011. So perhaps I’ve had nine years from a 27-year playing career where I mentally wasn’t ready.” When asked why it took him so long, he said: “I was partying quite a lot. The snooker season was September to May and the World Champs was the last tournament of the year. “If I had a bad session I felt the sooner this is over, the sooner I can have some fun with my friends. When it came off, it was the most unbelievable feeling. “If you win it once, it doesn’t matter if you don’t win it again because you’ve got your name on the trophy. The monkey off your back is huge, it allows you to go and play and then it’s just a case of clocking up as many titles as you can get.” Read AlsoIron Mike Tyson to make shock return to the boxing ring at 53 O’Sullivan also ranked his biggest rivalries with John Higgins and Stephen Hendry and labelled Higgins his greatest rival, saying: “He has kept me on my toes more than anybody.” Ronnie O’Sullivan is widely considered to be the greatest snooker player ever but the Rocket has struggled over his 28 year professional career with depression, alcohol and drug abuse issues. Despite winning a record seven Masters titles, a record seven UK Championships and five World Championships, O’Sullivan believes he could have had even more success. Speaking to Andy Goldstein on Eurosport’s new snooker ‘vodcast’ series, the 44-year-old was asked what his “biggest regret in snooker” was. “Maybe between 1995 and 2000 when I don’t think I properly dedicated my time to snooker,” O’Sullivan replied. “Perhaps I lost a bit of time there. Sullivan looking back with regrets at party timesAdvertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Things You Didn’t Know About Coffee9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe New Lara Croft Will Really Surprise YouInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonBest Car Manufacturers In The World7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way
RelatedPosts Joshua: Why I visited Nigeria as non-champion Mike Tyson comeback fight postponed Joshua resumes training for Pulev Mike Tyson has revealed he has lost nearly five stone (69lbs) since beginning to train ahead of a potential return to the boxing ring.The former world heavyweight champion, who turned 54 last month, says he is currently working out at 15.7st (220lbs), less than Anthony Joshua weighed when he defeated Andy Ruiz Jr in December last year. The Briton weighed 16.13st (237lbs) when he stepped on the scales in Saudi Arabia, losing 10lbs in six months following the humiliating defeat by Ruiz Jr in New York.By comparison, Tyson was at the peak of his powers when he fought at 220lbs, holding a version of the heavyweight title from 1986 to 1990 and regaining the WBA belt in 1996.Now, 15 years after his last professional fight ended in an agonising defeat by Kevin McBride, Iron Mike claims to be back at his prime weight.He told FightHype: “We’ve just been training, boxing, and it feels great man.“I come from 289lbs to 220lbs and I feel good.” Despite struggling with drug abuse in the past, the American has expressed his desire to make a boxing comeback in a three-round exhibition match for charity.Fifty-seven-year-old Evander Holyfield would be willing to take on Tyson, his old rival, in a trilogy fight for charity, while Shannon Briggs has also thrown his hat into the ring.Tags: Andy Ruiz JrFightHypemike tyson
“Our state has a long history of support for our nation’s effort in space through the operations of the Kennedy Space Center, the 45th Space Wing at Patrick Air Force Base and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station,” DeSantis wrote in the letter, which was released late Wednesday by his office.“These installations provide great support to our national defense and provide a significant economic impact to our state. Equally important as our military installations, is Florida’s robust commercial space industry,” he continues.Make Historyhttps://t.co/FfzYn8DeM8 pic.twitter.com/buX4xCblQB— United States Space Force (@SpaceForceDoD) May 28, 2020 Gov. Ron DeSantis has endorsed six Florida counties and three cities that are hopeful about becoming home to the command headquarters of the U.S. Space Force.In a letter sent last Monday to Air Force Assistant Secretary John Henderson, DeSantis supported the proposals by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Brevard County, Miami-Dade County, Orange County, Pinellas County, Seminole County and a joint proposal from Tampa and Hillsborough County. The deadline to apply with the governor’s endorsement was Tuesday.President Donald Trump in December signed a law that created the Space Force as a separate branch of the military.In May, Henderson outlined the criteria for communities that want to be considered for the Space Force headquarters.The requirements include being located within 25 miles of a military installation, being among the top 150 largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas in the U.S., and scoring a 50 or higher out of 100 on the American Association of Retired Persons Public Policy Institute’s Livability Index.Final selection for the location of the headquarters is expected in early 2021. Each nominee will be graded on a series of issues including the local workforce, infrastructure, community support for military families, and local construction costs.
Published on February 15, 2019 at 8:02 pm Contact Eric: firstname.lastname@example.org After winning her first set, Miranda Ramirez found herself down 5-2 in the second set. Despite Syracuse holding a 3-0 lead to Colorado, the Orange’s remaining singles games were far from decided. Gabriela Knutson faced a deficit after losing the tiebreaker in her first set and going down early in the second. Masha Tritou was down 4-0 in the third set. Dina Hegab won her first set but was also down in her second set. But Ramirez was the one to step up.Ramirez battled from 5-2 and rattled off three-straight games before falling behind at 5-5 to the Buffaloes’ Monica Malinen. After rattling off the next three points, Ramirez took the second, 7-5, and her match, becoming the clinching point of the Syracuse’s (5-4, 0-2 Atlantic Coast) eventual 6-1 victory over Colorado (4-4). The junior pushed her singles record to 6-3 on the season, tied for the highest on SU, and bounced back from her two set loss last Sunday in the ITA Women’s National Team Indoor Championships. “We knew she was going to have a tough opponent today, and she played a great set,” SU head coach Younes Limam said. “She was down 5-2 and just battling on that second set and making things even harder for her opponent was extremely good to see.”The SU junior wasn’t fazed in the first set, winning 6-4, but she was broken in the second set early. Once down 5-2, Ramirez quickly rattled off two-straight games to pull within one of Malinen. The next set, while serving, Ramirez fell behind early 40-15. She responded with a forehand down the line drawing “so good, so good” comments from the sideline. From there, she held on to make it a deuce and pull out the point. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTied at 5-5 in the set, she fell behind in the 11th game. On back-to-back points her return was hit just to hard, sailing over the baseline out of bounds, making it 15-40. But on the next two Ramirez forced awkward backhand returns by Malinen, both of which hit the net, making it deuce. In a critical point, Ramirez again put Malinen on her backhand for a return that went out of bound again. Up 6-5, she needed just one more game point to clinch the match.“For me, no matter what situation is going on on the court, as long as you’re physically on the court, you have a chance to win the match, you have a chance to comeback,” Ramirez said.This time, Ramirez got off to a quick start. With help from a perfectly place drop shot, she quickly went up 30-0. After flipping points, she smashed the ball down the line at 40-30. Malinen didn’t even attempt to play the ball as the match was on the line. The crowd and her teammates cheered as the Orange officially won the match. The win came at a critical time for Syracuse and Ramirez. SU entered the game on a four-game losing skid and Ramirez lost in straight-sets her last game. Going down early only pushed her to be better, she said.“I don’t have any room for error,” Ramirez said. “If I lose just a point here and there then the sets over, and I’ll have to start again for the third. So for me it’s tough to find the balance between not taking that as pressure but also using it as more motivation.”As Knutson and Hegab also managed to pull out come-from-behind victories, Ramirez’s clutch point became an afterthought as the Orange dominated the Buffaloes, 6-1. But for a team that had been on a losing streak, Ramirez’s second set comeback gives SU something to build off.“I saw what I always see: huge fight,” senior Libi Mesh said of Ramirez. “… And just like she did today, she found a way, she managed and she just didn’t give up.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
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