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Documentary captures restoration of historic Queensland homestead

first_imgChris Allan and Annie Moir with her mum Jan Moir outside the squatter’s cottage which is the next to be restored at Rosenthal. Picture: Michael Nolan.ONE of Queensland’s oldest properties, that is said to have sheltered Australian explorer Ludwig Leichhardt and bushranger Captain Thunderbolt at different times, will have its restoration journey revealed to Australia tonight. The dilapidated squatters cottage as it looked in 2016. Picture: CoreLogic.“We don’t have any children, so it’s time to turn the page regrettably,” Mrs Mulcahy told the Warwick Daily News prior to the auction.“I hope someone buys it who has the money and the time to restore it back.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoTheir wish came true when mother and daughter team Jan and Annie Moir bought the lot at auction for $845,000.“I am so grateful to them,” Annie Moir said.“They were going to sell it in three lots of 20 acres and there were five people wanting the homestead.“Mum and I had a quick drink at the bar and decided we really wanted all 60 acres so we went up and bid against the vendor for the lot.”For the past two and a half years, Annie and her partner Chris Allan have worked to preserve the property, while running the nearby Killarney Hotel which is another historic building.“You have to sometimes kick yourself that we actually got the property in the first place,” she said.“It was riddled with white ants. I put my hand through a VJ board at one point, but that didn’t’ stop me. I really wanted the place.” >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< The property is littered with historical relics. Picture: Michael Nolan.The restoration is running into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, with the main homestead finished and Jan Moir moving in.Annie and Chris are now working to turn the squatter’s cottage into their own home.“The homestead is three great big rooms with a big hallway going through it. We had to make a hallway to stabilise the structure.“There was a lot of white ant damage.” MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES Rosenthal Homestead at Warwick on the Darling Downs was built in the 1840s and is part of Queensland’s pioneering history for its role in the breeding of Merino sheep and cattle. The Mulcahy family bought the property in 1919 and ran a dairy farm until the 1980s.In 2016, third-generation owners, Jim and Diane Mulcahy, made the hard decision the sell the heritage-listed property which included the homestead, a squatter’s cottage, kitchen building, plus sheds and a meat box that served as a garden shed. When Jan and Annie Moir bought the historic property, the rooms looked like this, with all the original furniture inside. Picture: CoreLogic.Their story has been documented by ABC TV’s Restoration Australia program over the past two and a half years and ‘Rosenthal’ will air tonight at 11.30pm. The original homestead at Rosenthal is the focus of an ABC documentary to air tonight. Picture: Michael Nolan.last_img read more

Stephen Appiah retires from active football

first_imgFormer Ghana’s Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah has announced he will bid farewell to Ghanaian football fans with a testimonial match at Accra sports stadium, bringing to an end his 20-year football career.Former Black Stars captain Stephen ‘Tornado’ Appiah has officially announced his retirement from active football at age 34.Appiah started his professional football career with local club Accra Hearts of Oak before moving abroad.The former Juventus star led Ghana to its first World Cup appearance in 2006 and also played a key role at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where Ghana finished in the Quarter Finals. Appiah will be mostly remembered for his dedication and commitment on the pitch.last_img read more

Carabao Cup: Liverpool could forfeit quarter final due to fixture congestion – Klopp

first_imgJurgen Klopp has suggested Liverpool may not play its Carabao Cup quarter-final tie if the EFL cannot give them an appropriate date for the fixture.A crazy fourth-round game had an equally dramatic finish as the Reds beat Arsenal 5-4 in a shootout at Anfield on Wednesday night after Divock Origi’s goal deep into injury time had made it 5-5 in normal time. Klopp has suggested Liverpool may not play the Carabao Cup quarter-final Match dates for the last-eight round of the Carabao Cup are scheduled for the week commencing December 16, when Liverpool will be in Qatar at the FIFA Club World Cup.The Reds are due to play the semi-final of the global club competition on December 18, with a final or third-place play-off three days later.Klopp said: “If they can’t find the proper date for us and I don’t mean Christmas Day 3 am… then we can’t play the game. Our opponents will progress.“We will not be the victims of this problem.“Hopefully it starts now that they think about the fixtures.“I think a lot of people from the Premier League were watching on TV hoping Arsenal do it. Sorry!”He added: “FIFA tells us we have to go to the Club World Cup, the Premier League tell us we have to play in the Carabao Cup so we try to play it, but if we don’t find time it will not happen in our winter break or whatever they give us, because we need that.“So, I don’t care to be honest. It just shows what the problem is. Everybody wants us to play constantly, we’ve just thought about tonight – we’re not thinking about the next round.”The English Football League released a statement in reply to the Liverpool manager’s comments, saying:“The EFL is in discussions with Liverpool to identify an alternative date given the club’s participation in the FIFA Club World Cup competition.”Liverpool’s participation in the Club World Cup, which has come about after they were claimed their sixth Champions League title in June, has already postponed their league trip to West Ham.And the European Champions are due back in England just days later for a Boxing Day clash against Leicester. December 4 – Everton (H)December 7 – Bournemouth (A)December 10 – RB Salzburg (A)December 14 – Watford (H)*December 16/17/18 – Carabao Cup quarter-finals scheduled to take placeDecember 18 – Club World CupDecember 21 – Club World CupDecember 26 – Leicester (A)December 29 – Wolves (H)January 2 – Sheffield United (H)January 3-6 – FA Cup third roundcenter_img Liverpool congested fixture list for December and January Source: Talk Sportslast_img read more