Fresh face in Queensland display market wins big at national awards

Porter Davis launched a new range for Queensland.The firm has looked to shake things up in the new home market, with displays Rochedale and Newport now “seeing more people each week than any of the Victorian displays”.Porter Davis Queensland state manager Josh Darling said the firm’s designs were striking a chord with Queenslanders.“We have more people coming through our new displays in Rochedale and Newport each week than any of our Victorian displays, which tells us that the Queensland market is interested in what we are designing.” Porter Davis launched a new range for Queensland. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoPorter Davis launched a new range for Queensland. Porter Davis launched a new range for Queensland.The firm has 500 staff and 1300 contractors yet “leaves an excellent impression of customer focus”.Among the ways the firm has been winning customer favour were complimentary 12 months RACV Emergency Home Assist, a design review team, feedback and resolution channel, plus it World of Style showroom, mobile apps and social media engagement. Porter Davis launched a new range for Queensland.A MAJOR builder that entered the Queensland market last year with a fresh take on display homes emerged with top honours for how it’s transformed itself.Porter Davis walked away with the Australian Professional Major Builder gong at the 2017 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards ceremony which was held on Hamilton Island. According to judges, “recent initiatives, including a major cultural workplace transformation, indicate a renewed focus on continuous improvement and respect for its customers”. read more

EPL: Gunners face Burnley test

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Burnley vs. Arsenal Venue:Turf Moor Kick off: 3PMBurnley and Arsenal meet at Turf Moor this afternoon with the two teams locked on the same points in the Premier League standings. However, as a result of Burnley’s inferior goal difference, as many as three places separate the clubs, with Arsenal sitting in 10th spot and the Clarets down in 13th position. With Arsenal failing to win a Premier League fixture since New Year’s Day, it has gone unnoticed that Mikel Arteta has put together a six-match unbeaten streak in all competitions. Despite their other two victories during that period coming against Leeds United and Bournemouth in the FA Cup, both performances suggested that Gunners fans should be excited about their future under the guidance of the Spaniard. Nevertheless, their main objective is ensuring that they qualify for Europe next season, a target which remains within their grasp despite draws with Crystal Palace, Sheffield United and Chelsea respectively. Arsenal sit just five points adrift of sixth-placed Manchester United, while catching Chelsea and Sheffield in fourth and fifth should not be completely ruled out at this stage. With Manchester City now off the schedule until the latter stages of the campaign due to their participation in the EFL Cup final, Arsenal have three successive home matches following the trip to face Burnley. While success over Newcastle United, Everton and West Ham United is far from a certainty, the opportunity is there to generate more momentum heading into a pivotal part of the campaign. The defensive additions of Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares should only help their cause, but Arteta will be excited about the prospect of Eddie Nketiah chipping in with goals over the coming months. Despite his failed loan spell at Leeds, Arteta has placed faith in the 20-year-old, something which was rewarded with a goal against Bournemouth earlier this week. Although there is little chance of the youngster being handed an extended run in the team, the striker has the credentials to give Arsenal a boost in the final third. As for Burnley, they head into this contest having suffered a hugely disappointing defeat to Norwich City in the FA Cup fourth round last weekend. However, Sean Dyche may feel that being eliminated from the competition could prove to be a blessing in disguise as they bid to avoid any kind of a relegation battle in the coming months. Earlier in January, there were concerns that the Clarets could be sucked into the bottom three after a run of 10 defeats in 14 matches, but much of that negativity has now disappeared. While there was natural jubilation after coming from behind to beat Leicester City at Turf Moor, ending their long wait for victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford was one of the highest points since their return to the Premier League in 2016. With a seven-point cushion above the drop zone, Dyche will now feel that the pressure has been lifted, although there will now be a desire to break into the top 10. Dyche is also delighted with the addition of Josh Brownhill from Bristol City, a player who has contributed five goals and two assists in the Championship this season. Although the 24-year-old may have to bide his time for a starting role, the arrival of a fresh face in midfield should benefit the squad after the recent departure of Danny Drinkwater. Burnley possible XI: Pope, Bardsley, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, Hendrick, Westwood, Cork, McNeil, Rodriguez, Wood. Arsenal possible XI: Leno, Bellerin, Luiz, Sokratis, Saka, Torreira, Xhaka, Pepe, Ozil, Martinelli, Aubameyang.—Tags: ArsenalBurnleyMikel ArtetaPremier LeagueSean DycheTurf Moorlast_img read more

Adams helps Southampton recover to beat Sheffield United 3-1

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditSOUTHAMPTON, England (AP) — Che Adams scored twice to inspire Southampton to come from behind for a 3-1 win against his former club Sheffield United on the final day of the Premier League on Sunday.Play got off to a scrappy start at St Mary’s, where the pre-game focus was on Southampton forward Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s omission amid interest in a player who wants to leave.John Lundstram put the visitors ahead in the 26th minute when a cross from the left found its way through for the Sheffield midfielder to score with a low finish. Alex McCarthy made a brilliant save to deny Lundstram from scoring his second.Ralph Hasenhüttl’s Southampton returned strongly after the break and equalized through Adams after some patient buildup play in the 50th. He claimed his second in the 71st before Danny Ings wrapped up the win with a penalty in the 84th. Ings ended with 22 league goals for the season, one behind Golden Boot winner Jamie Vardy for Leicester.It meant Southampton finished 11th while promoted Sheffield ended ninth.___ July 26, 2020 Adams helps Southampton recover to beat Sheffield United 3-1center_img More AP soccer: and Associated Press last_img read more