Sarie Kessler and daughter Margot Robbie attend the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards in March in Santa Monica, California. Picture: Rich Fury/Getty ImagesACADEMY Award nominee Margot Robbie’s mum’s home on the Gold Coast will not go to auction this Saturday as planned after the property was put under contract. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< RELATED: Robbie’s mum takes her Gold Coast home to auction Inside the home. Hollywood superstar Margot Robbie’s mother Sarie Kessler’S Gold Coast house has gone under contract.Robbie has made regular visits to the Southport family home in between film projects.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoThe film star has previously described her mother as “the sweetest person on Earth” and even took her to the 80th Annual Academy Awards. At the time Ms Kessler described the birthday as the “best one ever”.“It was an amazing thing (that Margot did) but I don’t want to say anything more about it,” she said at the time.“However, I was really disappointed it ended up on social media as it was a personal present.”The home boasts hinterland and Surfers skyline views and a pool.“This renovated family home is perfectly positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac and offers open plan kitchen, dining and living rooms all flowing out onto a sheltered alfresco area, surrounded by lush tropical gardens,” the listing had stated. While a Ray White spokesperson confirmed the Southport home owned by her mother Sarie Kessler was under contract, they could not disclose the price until the sale went unconditional. According to CoreLogic data, Ms Kessler purchased the property in 2007 for $488,500 for the four-bedroom home. In 2014, Robbie paid off her mother’s entire mortgage as a gift for her 60th birthday. CoreLogic revealed Mina Place as a tightly held street, with the last sale being 9 Mina Place in 2012 for $490,000.Prior to that there were two sales in 2007, including Ms Kessler’s and 8 Mina Place for $600,000.
Greek dry bulk owner Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter continuation contract with Geneva’s Cargill International.Under the deal, the company’s Kamsarmax dry bulk vessels, the Myrto, would continue working for Cargill for a period of about nine to eleven months.The parties agreed a gross charter rate of USD 14,000 per day for the 2013-built bulker.Diana Shipping said that the new charter period commenced on July 18, 2019.The employment is expected to generate around USD 3.57 million of gross revenue for the minimum scheduled period of the time charter.
Jason Smyth will be confident of completing a sprint double at the World Para-Athletic Championships in London this evening. He ran a season’s best time to reach the final of the T-13 200-metres.That final is underway at 5-to-8 this evening, with Smyth looking to add to his T13 100-metre gold. Photo © paralympic.org Twenty minutes later, Paul Keogan will go in the final of the T-37 200-metres. Last night, Orla Comerford placed sixth in the final of the women’s T-13 100-metres.
GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020 Submit GiG launches WSN Podcast hosted by Bill Krackomberger June 18, 2020 Issuing a market filing this morning, Stockholm-listed Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has moved to replace Group Chief Executive Robin Eirik Reed with immediate effect.Updating investors, GiG governance said Reed has officially departed the firm’s executive leadership team as of 5 September and will be replaced by GIG Chief Operating Officer (COO) Richard Brown as interim CEO.The company confirmed that it has begun executive search functions for Reed’s replacement, which will be overseen by corporate Chairman Petter Nylander.A member of GiG’s enterprise founding team, Reed has served as the firm’s CEO since 2009. Under Reed’s stewardship, GiG established an aggressive M&A growth strategy, acquiring multiple assets to establish its B2C and B2B verticals.Reed’s growth strategy would see GIG undertake its first IPO on the Oslo Bors in 2015, with the company completing a transfer to the larger Stockholm Nasdaq this year.Petter Nylander, Chairman of the Board of GiG, commented: “Robin has played a crucial part in building a unique one-stop global technology provider and we all owe him our sincere gratitude for this. However, the company now enters into the next phase of its development with different challenges and opportunities and the Board has reached the conclusion that GiG therefore also needs a different leadership.“We have a skilled management team in place, I and the Board have full confidence in the Chief Operating Officer Richard Brown, who will be acting CEO of GiG from today.”Further to its update, GiG confirmed that Nylander would ‘increase his engagement’ with the company, leading the firm’s leadership succession plans and executive management team.Nylander continued: “The strategy of GiG remains unchanged; to be the global operator and partner for strong brands in iGaming, with a sweetspot in taking an offline casino brand to a strong online offering, as we have with SkyCity and Hard Rock. We are focusing on securing potential contracts within the B2B Platform services and on servicing our many customers with fully managed and component solutions.“We will continue the development of the Media services and the sportsbook, not least to leverage GiG’s opportunities in the US. We will also continue driving the B2C Gaming operators with a focus on growth in new markets.” Related Articles Share StumbleUpon GiG ups code security oversight with Checkmarx July 10, 2020 Share
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis The Alpena County Fair went on with a special twist, celebrating its first ever Handi-Capable Day.The Fair has been around for 142 years, but this was the very first year they did something special for the handicapped community.Today from 10am-12pm, the fair was open exclusively for handicapped guests. This gave them the opportunity to avoid some of the chaos that they would encounter on a normal day.Overall it was an experience that guests won’t forget. The Alpena County Horseman’s Club and Fair Board made handi-Capable Day possible. They’re hoping to bring the event back to Alpena next year.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious New Emerging Chocolate HighNext U.S. Senator Gary Peters Extends the Comment Period to Protect Thunder Bay Sanctuary and other Sanctuaries