Jimenez said the crew had been standing on a street for about an hour and a half before police activity kicked up. They moved onto a corner to get out of the way, he said.On air, Jimenez told the officers wearing gas masks and face shields that he wanted to know where to move to get out of their way and explained he was a member of the press.”This is among the state patrol unit that was advancing up the street, seeing and scattering the protesters at that point for people to clear the area. And so we walked away,” Jimenez said before being told he was under arrest and handcuffed by two officers. “Why am I under arrest, sir?”Walz, expected to have a press conference later on Friday, has declared a state of emergency in Minnesota and ordered the National Guard activated. President Donald Trump suggested in a tweet that looters would be shot. Twitter hid Trump’s tweet with a warning for “glorifying violence.”Protests also erupted in other major cities around the country, including Louisville, Kentucky, where police said seven people had been shot. Police in Minneapolis released a CNN reporter who was led off in handcuffs along with his film crew while reporting live on television early Friday morning during violent protests in the city.Officers gave no explanation as they escorted reporter Omar Jimenez away. He had just shown a protester being arrested when about half a dozen police officers in gas masks surrounded him. More than an hour later, the crew was released.”What gave me one bit of comfort was that it happened on live TV,” Jimenez told viewers after he was released. “You don’t have to doubt my story it’s not filtered in any way; you saw it with your own eyes.” Topics : The striking footage of the arrest could add to racial tension in the city and across the country, where sympathy protests have taken place. Jimenez is black, while most of the police officers who arrested him appeared to be white.Thursday marked a third night of arson, looting and vandalism in the Minnesota city over the death of a black man, George Floyd, seen on video gasping for breath while a white police officer knelt on his neck.”A CNN reporter and his production team were arrested this morning in Minneapolis for doing their jobs, despite identifying themselves – a clear violation of their First Amendment rights. The authorities in Minnesota, including the governor, must release the three CNN employees immediately,” CNN wrote on Twitter before the crew were released.CNN anchor John Berman told viewers about an hour after the arrest that CNN President Adam Zucker had spoken with Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, who said he “deeply apologizes” and was working to have the crew released immediately.
Lisa Curry and Dawn Fraser both own homes on the Sunshine Coast. Picture: Nigel Hallett.Lisa Curry, former Olympic swimmer Bought a house in Crohamhurst with her Elvis impersonator husband, Mark Tabone, in July 2017 for $1.125 million. She also owns a unit in Alexandra Headland and a house in Minyama, which she bought with her former husband Grant Kenny. Kelly Landry and Anthony Bell recently bought a house in Noosa. Photo: Belinda Rolland.The exclusive seaside village of Noosa, on the Sunshine Coast, has long been a favourite holiday spot for the world’s rich and famous.But these days, they don’t just go there to relax — they go there to live.Just ask the likes of ex-Formula One driver Mark Webber, retail billionaire John Van Lieshout, musician Jon Coghill and former car rental boss Bob Ansett, who all call Noosa home. HAMPTONS STYLE GRAND DESIGNS HOME SOLD Noosa’s Seahaven Resort is owned by billionaire John Van Lieshout.Jacinda Barrett, Australian actressOwns a beach house in Sunrise Beach, which was bought for $762,000 in 2006. The former house of tennis star Pat Rafter sold for $15.2m. The Sunrise Beach home offered by Jacinda Barrett to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.Dawn Fraser, former Olympic swimmerLives in a house in Noosaville. It was bought for $1.398 million in 2004.Bob Ansett, Budget Rent A Car founderLives in a house in Sunshine Beach, which he bought for just $260,000 in 1987. This house in Noosaville sold for $10.3 million.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoRichard Branson, Virgin Group founderBought Makepeace Island in the Noosa river in the early 2000s for $2.86 million.The property features a main long house with a giant bar, a four-bedroom guesthouse, several two-bedroom villas, a boat house and a lagoon pool with a lap lane, dive spots and a 15-person spa. It can accommodate up to 22 guests. The house owned by Mark Webber in Noosa Heads.John van Lieshout, billionaire founder of Super A-Mart furniture store chainOwns two houses next to each other on the canal in Noosa Heads. He bought one for $3.68 million in 2011 and the other for $430,000 in 1989. He also owns The Seahaven Resort overlooking Laguna Bay, which he paid just over $40 million for in 2012. The Noosa home Gabriel Macht has invited Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to stay in. Picture: Realestate.com.au.The town’s strict population cap and laid-back lifestyle, combined with its beautiful beaches, rainforest and ecological areas, have made it highly sought-after real estate.Local agents are reporting a resurgence in Noosa’s prestige property market, which is forecast to further gather speed as a result of strong interstate migration and infrastructure investment.A decade on from the damage caused by the global financial crisis, the super wealthy are returning to the town in droves — and they’re happy to pay top dollar for whatever they can get their hands on.Just last month, a Little Cove beach house owned by high profile stockbroker David Evans changed hands for $11.2 million to a Melbourne-based buyer linked to the Roger David menswear chain, after selling for only half that just three years ago. This Sunshine Beach house sold for a record $18m.Mark Webber, former professional racing driverOwns a house on 1362 sqm of land in Noosa Heads, which he bought for $4.9 million in 2011 from former tennis star Thomas Muster. Flight Centre chief executive Graham Turner and his wife Jude own a unit in Noosa. Picture: AAP/David Clark.Euan Murdoch, Herron Pharmaceuticals founderOwns a unit in the same building as Brian White and Graham Turner.Joshua Eagle, former professional tennis player Owns a three-bedroom house in Sunshine Beach, which he paid $870,000 for in 2006. David Hales, founder of the Betty’s Burgers chain, has bought a house in Noosa. Picture: Eric Blaich.David Russell, co-founder of private equity group Equis EnergyPaid $18 million for a house in Sunshine Beach in February 2018 — the highest price ever paid for a home in the entire Sunshine Coast region. This house at 5 Allambi Rise, Noosa Heads, has sold for $11.2m.In March this year, Noosa’s median house price reached $665,000, compared to the Sunshine Coast median house price of $563,000, according to the latest Real Estate Institute of Queensland figures.The Noosa unit market also blossomed over the past 12 months, growing a stunning 7.1 per cent to reach an annual median price of $525,000 — the most expensive unit market in Queensland.In fact, Noosa house prices have grown 38.5 per cent since 2013 — the strongest medium-term growth anywhere in Queensland. Professional golfer Adam Scott recently bought a home in Noosa. Photo: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images.Anthony Bell and Kelly Landry, celebrity accountant and television identityPaid $10.3 million for a six-bedroom, waterfront home on Noosa Sound in October 2017, which was rated HIA Queensland home of the year. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenCelebrity homes in Noosa00:40A CASHED-UP sports star splurged $8.4 million on an oceanfront mansion there.A burger-flipping entrepreneur just paid a record $18 million for a piece of its real estate.And a power couple at the centre of a high profile marriage split have spent more than $10 million on a waterfront hideaway in the town. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Budget Rent A Car founder Bob Ansett lives in Noosa.Carl Hartmann, entrepreneurOwns a house in Noosaville, which he paid $3.8 million for in November 2017.Brian White, Ray White Group chairmanOwns a unit at Little Cove, Noosa Heads, which he bought for $4.25 million in 2001.Graham (Skroo) Turner, Flight Centre CEOOwns a unit in the same building as Brian White. Greg Norman is reportedly looking for property in Noosa. Picture: David Crosling.And don’t forget Suits star Gabriel Macht, whose wife is Australian actor Jacinda Barrett, has invited the royal newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to honeymoon at their Noosa beach house, which was bought more than a decade ago for just over $750,000. DOWNSIZERS UPGRADE TO PENTHOUSE Sir Richard Branson at his private resort, Makepeace Island, on the Noosa River.Jon Coghill, former drummer of PowderfingerBought a house in Marcus Beach for $1.37 million in 2014.David Hales, Betty’s Burgers founderBought Pat Rafter’s property in Sunshine Beach for $15.2 million in January 2018. Billionaire John Van Lieshout owns two houses and a resort in Noosa. Picture: Mark Calleja. Makepeace Island, Queensland. Picture: Supplied. Noosa real estate is in demand from high profile business people, sports stars and celebrities.Tom Offermann of Tom Offermann Real Estate, who has had a long career selling beach and riverfront mansions in the Noosa region, said he had noticed a growing trend among high profile buyers looking for holiday homes not to rent out, but to use for bringing family together.“We’ve had a large number of people in recent months come to us citing that their intention is to purchase a holiday home so they have a place to bring the family together,” he said.Mr Offermann said it was a “pleasure” dealing with clients at the top end of the market, who were particular about what they liked, time poor and appreciated confidentiality.“There’s a lot of people under the radar here with hundreds of millions, or even billions, that you don’t even know of,” he said. HOUSE OF WINDSOR IS A STUNNER Adrian Reed, an agent with Dowling & Neylan Real Estate Noosaville said the Noosa region’s appeal had broadened from “its traditional base of Melbourne elite”.“There’s significant interest now coming out of Sydney and internationally and that’s changed the profile of not only the popularity of Noosa, but who’s living and working here,” Mr Reed said. “The ability for people to work remotely now is completely changing the paradigm and allowing people to be remote CEOs. “The convenience of the commute or a private jet to the Sunshine Coast airport means they can operate at the highest level and live in paradise.”Mr Reed said he expected the new-found interest in the Noosa region to increase.“When you look at what you can get for $10 million in comparison to Sydney, Noosa is exceptional value,” he said.THE RICH AND FAMOUS WHO CALL NOOSA HOMEAdam Scott, champion golferBought an oceanfront house in Sunshine Beach for $8.4 million in April 2017. Former Formula One driver Mark Webber owns a home in Noosa.Former professional tennis star Joshua Eagle also owns property in the area, while Greg ‘The Shark’ Norman is reportedly hunting for a home there.
THE 12th edition of the National Schools Basketball Festival (NSBF) bounced off over the weekend with a series of games at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH).The opening game saw Marian Academy girls beat the New Amsterdam Multilateral 19-9 with Jada Mohan leading the charge for the city side.She scored 11 points, three assists, seven rebounds and six steals while Kellian Sauers pitched in with four points and Renuka Ramcharran added two points and three steals for Marian.Tashika Arthur was the lead person for the ladies from Berbice, with a team-high 5 points to go along with 6 rebounds.Meanwhile Under-14 defending champions Mackenzie High School (MHS) sent an early warning to the rest of the group, making light work of President’s College 29 to 21 points.Damarcus Adams top-scored with 10 points and five rebounds while Cy Walker added four points and seven rebounds while Joshua Bacchus chipped in with seven rebounds.Gabriel Lin was the high man for PC with nine points and four rebounds while Joshua Butts had five points.It was not all smooth sailing for other teams as the Georgetown/East Coast Under-16 Regional champions St Rose’s were edged by a motivated Bishops’ High School 37-36.Royden Glasgow led for BHS with nine points and six rebounds while Tarik Robinson and Stefan Hamilton added eight and seven points respectively.In their loss, Kwesi Roberts added 12 points and 14 rebounds while Anthony Yansen scored 11 points and 14 rebounds.In the night’s U-19 fixture, Mackenzie High overwhelmed New Amsterdam Multilateral 41-24 with Veshon Trim adding six points with Yannick Tappin and Shemar Henry contributing five points each.Garfield Benjamin was led New Amsterdam with nine points.In the final game for the evening, Georgetown/East Coast Regional champions Marian Academy proved too strong for the School of the Nations, producing a 72-8 blow-out.Timothy Thompson had a big game with 35 points, 18 rebounds, 4 steals. Jahleel Young added 12 points, 14 rebounds, and Josiah Daniels 9 points, 5 rebounds for Marian.Kareem Boyle and Corey Graham scored 5 and 3 points respectively.The Championships tipped off after remarks and the symbolic jump ball by the Director of Sport Christopher Jones.Jones, in his remarks, congratulated YBG for its work in the field and encouraged the participating teams to keep improving since they have other levels of competition on the horizon, such as the Inter-Guiana Games which will be played in Suriname this year.The Festival (National Championships) is sponsored by the Edward B. Beharry Group of Companies Ltd, National Sports Commission, John Fernandes Ltd and Sterling Product Ltd.Games will continue throughout this week starting from 15:30hrs every day, with the finals in all divisions set for this Sunday.
As Syracuse’s season is set to begin Friday night, this past week in recruiting was one of the wildest since late July.News broke on Sunday afternoon that four-star running back Robert Washington had decommitted from Syracuse due to trust issues with the SU coaching staff, according to multiple reports.Washington told running backs coach DeAndre Smith, his primary recruiter, to stop contacting his father, Robert Washington Sr., but Smith continued to do so anyway, per Syracuse.com.The East Gaston (North Carolina) High School product would have been just the fourth four-star running back the Orange has snatched in the past decade. He was previously the only four-star commit in SU’s 2016 class according to Scout.com. Washington originally chose SU over offers from Alabama, Michigan, Florida, North Carolina, Texas Christian and about 40 other schools.After Washington announced his pledge to the Orange in April, he openly discussed his desire to help recruit other players to Syracuse. He visited SU last fall with 2016 hybrid Moe Neal, a close friend, and 2017 cornerback Aapri Washington, a cousin of his.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text• Neal, who committed to Syracuse on Aug. 1, said Washington’s decommitment would have no effect on his pledge to SU in a text message to The Daily Orange.Washington was told by Orange coaches that he would be the only running back taken in the 2016 class. Neal, however, had a spot because he was recruited to play Tim Lester’s new hybrid position.• Aapri Washington also said Washington’s decommitment would have no effect on his decision. He said he likely won’t verbal until next summer and has offers from Mississippi, TCU and West Virginia. He plays at Mount Island Charter (North Carolina) School, where Robert Washington Sr. is an assistant coach and DeAndre Smith is his primary recruiter.• Three-star Class of 2016 defensive back Cycoby Burch pushed his announcement back until after he takes some official visits. He was originally going to commit to one of his top four schools — Syracuse, WVU, Indiana or South Florida — on Aug. 28. Comments Related Stories Robert Washington reportedly decommitted due to trust issues with SU coaching staffStorify: Syracuse community reacts to Robert Washington’s decommitmentSyracuse football recruiting: Cycoby Burch discusses criteria for college choice Published on September 2, 2015 at 5:53 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+