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Can any one person speak for an entire community? Let’s Talk…

first_img Please enter your comment! *****Let’s Talk About It, with Rod Love and co-host Greg Jackson, is an edgy new radio program that has a distinct “Apopka” tone.Rod LoveHosts Rod Love and Greg Jackson are well-known figures in Apopka. Love is a local businessman, was the co-chair of the Apopka Task Force against Violence, and was recently named the Orange County District 2 Commissioner. Jackson is a local attorney that ran for the Florida Legislature in 2016 for District 45, which includes a part of Apopka.The show airs on WOKB 1680AM on Mondays from 7-8 PM. You may also stream it online here.Let’s Talk About It describes itself as a show in search of results-oriented solutions. It tackles important subjects such as crime in urban communities, jobs, business growth, relationship with the police, transitioning from a mom and pop proprietorship to mom and pop incorporation and a whole lot of other action initiatives that affect the quality of life of individuals and families are the major focus. Its goal is to develop an understanding of the everyday needs and issues of people and assist in empowering them with the necessary information or motivation towards addressing such needs, all with the support of professionals or experts who will be the show’s guests.Greg Jackson  Let’s Talk About It has an interactive style of information sharing that is both entertaining and educational.  It acts as a vehicle for civic and faith-based organizations, small businesses and everyday citizens to be able to work together to foster a progressive development of communities’ interactivity with one another.To join the conversation tonight, call Let’s Talk About It at 407-894-1680. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter TAGSGreg JacksonLet’s Talk About ItRod Love Previous articleApopka residents: Keep Calm and stop at red lightsNext articleWhy I look for quality over quantity when it comes to friends Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your name here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Episode 43From Let’s Talk About It with Rod Love and Greg Jackson This Monday on LET’S TALK ABOUT IT with Rod Love and Greg Jackson, as the “Dynamic Duo” explores the concept of “Every man for himself and God for us all”. Listeners will be invited to call in and give their thoughts on a Black Orlando Pastor, who “represented the Black community,” while meeting and praising  President Donald Trump’s work in the Black community.  Has there been substantive improvement in the lives of Black People?  Weigh in and Let’s Talk About It!Can anyone person speak for an entire community and is there a void of leadership in areas that need it the most?  This and other related topics will be discussed on this week’s show, so LET’S TALK NATION be ready to jump in.Also, as Orange County elections draw near candidates for Orange County  Commission District 2 and Orange County School Board Seat 7 will call in to discuss their platforms; you must tune in to see who it is.Join Rod Love, Greg Jackson and the entire Let’s Talk Nation on LET’S TALK ABOUT IT, every Monday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm on 1680am WOKB, online at www.wokbradio.com, on Facebook @letstalkaboutitlive or call-in to 407-894-1680. LET’S TALK ABOUT IT is Central Florida’s leading results-oriented radio talk show … This is a can’t miss show that will blow your mind!Podcasts of past shows can also be heard at www.LetsTalkNation.net. Contact us at [email protected] Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The Anatomy of Fear Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate last_img read more

Students and workers remove ‘Confederate General’ name from school

first_imgCharleston, W.Va.In a huge victory for the growing movement against racism and national oppression, members of the Kanawha County Board of Education of Charleston, W.Va., voted 5-0 on July 6 to change the name of what used to be known as “Stonewall Jackson Middle School.”Charleston protest, July 6. WW PHOTO: Otis GrotewohlThe junior high school has a Black student population of 44%, but it was shamefully named after a disgraced Confederate general, when it opened as a high school in 1940.The struggle to remove the name started in early June, shortly after the lynching of George Floyd in Minneapolis.  Students and staff alike quickly organized and took action.  An online petition was created and circulated by students and community members.  Teachers at the school unanimously voted to change the name through their Faculty Senate, with support from the community.  Following the petition and Faculty Senate vote, people addressed their results to the Board of Education.Students, teachers and community members started picketing the board office, even as the board was holding their meetings virtually, due to the pandemic.  In late June, students and community held a march from the Abundant Life Ministries building — a majority Black church that had been active in the struggle to change the name of the school — to the Kanawha County Board office, where it ended with several speakers.  On July 6, the board held a physically distanced, in-person meeting.  Several students gave passionate presentations to the board, as people picketed outside.Progressive-minded people throughout the city and state celebrated on social media after the board voted to make the change.  Jay O’Neal, a history teacher at the school who helped organize his colleagues, enthusiastically expressed his thoughts to Workers World, “It’s been exciting to see everyone in the school and community, come together to make the name change happen.  I’m proud to have been part of that.” (July 6)Many of the picketers proposed that the school be renamed after numerous African American heroes in history who are somehow historically connected to West Virginia.  One of the proposals is Katherine Johnson, a mathematician whose spirited story was portrayed in the 2016 movie, “Hidden Figures.” Johnson died earlier this year at the age of 101.Another person who has been suggested is Carter G. Woodson, an important figure credited with founding what is now celebrated as Black History Month.  Woodson was an educator who taught throughout the state.One of the people who attended the picket outside the board meeting told Workers World there were “several attempts to change the name before.” They added that  “this time was successful only because of the strong community support, in addition to the current, global rebellion against U.S. racism, led by Black, Brown and LGBTQ2S+ youth.”School district’s historical significanceThe removal of the school name is also symbolic in that the Kanawha County Board of Education building was the battleground of the “textbook war” several decades ago.  In 1974, Kanawha County Board Member Alice Moore started a bigoted crusade against what she considered “forced multiculturalism” and “egalitarianism” after the English Language Arts Textbook Committee of Kanawha County recommended that 325 books be used in the school curriculum. Among the books were titles by George Jackson, Eldridge Cleaver, Alex Haley, Kate Millet and Allen Ginsberg.Moore’s right-wing crusade was joined by white, evangelical zealots and the terrorist Ku Klux Klan. Meanwhile, progressive religious groups, unions and most of — but unfortunately not all — the self-proclaimed, local Marxist groups at the time supported the books.  Many of the white parents refused to send their children to school until the books were removed from the buildings and many backward coal miners also carried out “wildcat” strikes against the books.The Black community of Charleston supported the books being introduced into the classrooms because the list contained several African American authors who may not have otherwise been read or studied in the schools.  It was also obvious that the attacks on the books were a direct attack on all oppressed people.  The Klan planted dynamite at one of the elementary schools, shot at school buses and threw stones through the windows of homes of parents who opposed the “book boycott.”  Fortunately, there are no recorded fatalities from those incidents.Self-determination, decolonization are keys to defeating racismSadly, the textbook war is credited with giving birth to the arch reactionary Heritage Foundation, as well as inspiring white evangelicals to become active in national politics.  In some ways, the textbook war was similar to the struggle over  busing that happened in Boston in the early 1970s, where some progressive forces did not defend the aspirations of the Black community besieged by racists in South Boston.As Workers World Party founder and chair Sam Marcy wrote regarding the struggle over busing in Boston in the pamphlet “Busing and Self-Determination,” “It is the oppressed people’s right to choose, and it is the obligation of Marxists in the oppressing nation to vigorously support and relentlessly defend that right.”In contrast to what happened 46 years ago in Kanawha County, students, community members, workers and left activists united  — with very little opposition — to force the School Board to take considerate action on July 6.Throughout the U.S. — as well as the world — nationally oppressed and gender-nonconforming youth are taking matters into their own hands by tearing down monuments and statues of oppression.  As Marxist-Leninists, it is our duty to unconditionally lend solidarity to the Black Lives Matter movement.  Every time a symbol or a name of an historic exploiter is removed from a public space, our class comes closer to creating a better world! 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Passion helps businesswomen dig deep

first_imgRoisin Upton and Ciara Neville to feature in Women in Sport Panel Discussion with Network Ireland Limerick At the Network Limerick Ireland event, in association with LEO Limerick, at the Kennedy Rooms in Bruff was MC, Rosanne McDonnell, Art Business Europe, Tess Stanford, Tess Stanford, Interior Architects, Catriona Ní Dhonnchú, Get West & Network Ireland Limerick President, Sadie Chowen, CEO and perfumer creative director of Burren Perfumery and Rebecca May from Glass Box Events & The Kennedy Rooms.Three highly creative businesswomen shared their secrets to success and overcoming obstacles at a Network Ireland Limerick event, in association with LEO Limerick, which took place in the newly opened Kennedy Rooms in Bruff, Co Limerick.Sadie Chowen from The Burren Perfumery, Rebecca May from Glass Box Events & The Kennedy Rooms and Tess Standford of Tess Standford Interior Design participated in a panel discussion on creative approaches to achieving business success.  The discussion was facilitated by Rosanne McDonnell, Art Business Summit.The panellists shared their journey to date and how they developed businesses that allow them to express their creativity. They also shared examples of how they overcame enormous challenges in their business. A common theme that emerged for all panellists was resilience and their ability to dig deep and deeper again because they were so passionate about their business.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Having a vision, sticking to your values and following your intuition were just some of the snippets of advice for the 50-plus women who attended the event which kicked-off with open networking and refreshments in the Nun’s Room – Ireland’s first non-alcoholic bar.Catriona O’Donoghue, president of Network Ireland Limerick said, “This was an incredibly inspiring event. We are very grateful to each of the speakers and Rosanne as MC for sharing their valuable insights and tips so generously. We learned tonight that it’s not just a fear of failure but also a fear of success that can hold women back, so I’m hoping that attendees took some of the sound advice away and can apply it as they pursue true success.” Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Seasoned Female Executive to Speak at Network Ireland Limerick event Ann & Steve Talk Stuff | Episode 29 | Levelling Up Advertisement Previous articleSponsored: Have you a CAO change of mind? There is still time for the undecidedNext articleDragons take to the water in Limerick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsAppcenter_img Exercise With Oxygen Training at Ultimate Health Clinic BusinessNewsPassion helps businesswomen dig deepBy Staff Reporter – June 24, 2019 342 TAGSbusinessEventLimerick City and CountyNetwork Ireland LimerickNews Twitter Linkedin Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Limerick Post Show | Caragh O’Shea appointed President Printlast_img read more

Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Thursday 26th July

first_img Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Google+ FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Facebook Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty center_img Harps come back to win in Waterford Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Thursday 26th July:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/26news.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleEoghan Ban Gallagher ruled out of Tyrone gameNext articleSystems failure at LUH results in death of Donegal man News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th By News Highland – July 26, 2018 Google+ Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction WhatsApp Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Thursday 26th Julylast_img read more

NCAA approves voluntary training activities for football, basketball starting June 1

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailjetcityimage/iStockBy KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The NCAA has good news for college football and basketball players who have been sidelined like so many due to the coronavirus pandemic.Division I student-athletes for both sports have been given the green light to participate in on-campus voluntary athletics activities starting June 1 as long as local, state and federal regulations are followed, the organization decided in a virtual meeting on Wednesday. The Division I Council also extended its blanket waiver that allows teams to require eight hours per week of virtual nonphysical activities through the end of June for students who aren’t able to return to campus just yet.“We encourage each school to use its discretion to make the best decisions possible for football and basketball student-athletes within the appropriate resocialization framework,” Council chair M. Grace Calhoun said in a press release. “Allowing for voluntary athletics activity acknowledges that reopening our campuses will be an individual decision but should be based on advice from medical experts.”Coaches are not allowed to be present unless a sport-specific safety exception allows it, and activity cannot be directed by a coach or reported back to a coach. A decision for other sports and activities is expected to be made soon. The Council also recognized that each student-athletes’ circumstance varies and “remains committed to providing appropriate flexibility to support students, schools and conferences during these challenging times.” Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund May 21, 2020 /Sports News – National NCAA approves voluntary training activities for football, basketball starting June 1center_img Written bylast_img read more

Adjunct Professor – Residential

first_imgPosting DetailsPosting NumberA00224PClassification TitlePosition TypeAdjunct FacultyDisclaimerLiberty University’s hiring practices and EEO Statement are fullyin compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law createsan exception to the “religion” component of the employmentdiscrimination laws for religious organizations (includingeducational institutions), and permits them to give employmentpreference to members of their own religion. Liberty University isin that category.Position TitleAdjunct Professor – ResidentialDoes this position require driving?NoContactContact Phone ExtContact EmailJob Summary/Basic FunctionCandidates need to have expertise and experience in the field ofclinical counseling and within the areas of: community care andcounseling, pastoral counseling, and human services. Applicantshould have experience with multiple delivery systems and strongmanagerial abilities. Candidates must be committed to theevangelical purpose and mission of Liberty University.Minimum QualificationsA doctoral degree in the field of counseling, or a closely relatedfield (Ph.D. & Ed.D).Preferred QualificationsA doctoral degree in the field of counseling, counselor education,or a closely related field (Ph.D. & Ed.D), is required.LPC or LMFT licensure.Work HoursTBDPosting Date07/07/2020Special Instructions for ApplicantsQuicklinkhttps://jobs.liberty.edu/postings/27990Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterCurriculum VitaePastoral Reference LetterLetter of RecommendationOptional DocumentsTranscriptsCareer Advancement Form (For Current LU Employees ONLY)Teaching PhilosophyAcademic/Professional Reference Letter 1Academic/Professional Reference Letter 2Professional License(s)Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).last_img read more

Bob Weir & Bill Kreutzmann Present Inaugural ‘Rising Up To Paradise’ Concert In Hawaii [Full Show Audio]

first_imgBob Weir and Billy “The Drummer” Kreutzmann were in Hawaii to help fans and music-loving local island dwellers celebrate the arrival of 2019 with a guest-filled performance at the Crazy Rooster Ranch on Monday night. Rising Up To Paradise – 12/31/18[Audio: Jay H. Taylor] Bob Weir and Bill Kreutzmann – Ripple – 12/31/2018[Video: Grateful Dead Kauai Hawaii 2018/19 Concert] Setlist: Rising Up To Paradise | Crazy Rooster Ranch | North Shore, HI | 12/31/2018 Set One: Sugar Magnolia$* (Grateful Dead cover), Cassidy*#!, Franklin’s Tower$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Tennessee Jed$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Deep Elm Blues%! (Traditional), I’ve Been All Around This World%! (Grateful Dead cover), Weather Report Suite*#! (Grateful Dead cover) > Let It Grow$*#! (Grateful Dead cover)Set Two (feat. Jeff Chimenti, Steve Kimock, and Robin Sylvester): Help On The Way (Grateful Dead cover) > Scarlett Begonias (Grateful Dead cover) > Fire On The Bayou^ (The Meters cover), Sugaree^ (Jerry Garcia Cover), Iko Iko^ (The Dixie Cups cover) > Drums > Estimated Prophet (Grateful Dead cover) > Eyes of the World (Grateful Dead cover) > 2019 Celebration with Hula DancersEncore: The Music Never Stopped (Grateful Dead cover) > Touch of Grey (Grateful Dead cover), Ripple (Grateful Dead cover)Notes:$ w/Robin Sylvester^ w/George Porter Jr* w/Steve Kimock# w/Jeff Chimenti! w/Don Was% w/Taj Mahal The event may not have had as many wild LSD stories as some of the Dead’s NYE performances from the past, but the inaugural Rising Up To Paradise did give Deadheads an excuse to ditch the chilly mainland for a much-needed holiday vacation. Dead & Company will keep the tropical vibes going when they return to Riviera Maya, Mexico for their annual Playing In The Sand destination event later this month on January 17th-20th, which is sold out. Celebrating New Year’s Eve on the island of Kauai acted as a change of scenery for the two former Grateful Dead members, as they had hosted plenty of infamous NYE concerts around the Bay Area of California during their time in the well-known jam band. The two musicians were joined at the inaugural Rising Up To Paradise event by a mix of rotating musicians including George Porter Jr., Steve Kimock, Weir’s Dead & Company bandmate Jeff Chimenti, Robin Sylvester, and Wally Ingram. The night also included performances from The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell, Taj Mahal, and Island Grass, with a DJ set from DJ Logic which kept the party going well into the early morning hours of the new year. The show began with Robin Sylvester and Steve Kimock joining the two for a lively cover of “Sugar Magnolia” to help get the audience into the right state of sunshine-drenched energy for their island party. Next came a cover of “Cassidy” from the Weir solo catalogue, which also featured Chimenti and bassist Don Was from the Wolf Bros trio. Sylvester returned to the stage for a few more Dead favorites in “Franklin’s Tower” and “Tennessee Jed”. Don Was returned to the stage with guitarist Taj Mahal to play the traditional blues tune, “Deep Elem Blues”, followed by “I’ve Been All Around This World”. The set came to a close with Kimock, Chimenti, and Was helping out with a cover of “Weather Report Suite” and “Let It Grow”. Set two kept the island energy going with Chimenti, Kimock, and Sylvester remaining on stage throughout the entire second half of the show. They began with a trio of jam-friendly tunes in “Help On The Way” > “Scarlet Begonias” > The Meters’ “Fire On The Bayou”, with the latter welcoming George Porter Jr. to help sing the song’s refrain. Porter stayed on stage to help perform Jerry Garia‘s solo ballad, “Sugaree” before going right into “Iko Iko”. Next came Drums, “Estimated Prophet” and “Eyes of the World” before the band and fans celebrated the arrival of 2019 with some culturally fitting hula dancers to close out the set. They would return for a three-song encore of “The Music Never Stopped” into “Touch of Grey”, before ending the night with “Ripple”. Setlist: Rising Up To Paradise | Crazy Rooster Ranch | North Shore, HI | 12/31/2018 Set One: Sugar Magnolia$* (Grateful Dead cover), Cassidy*#!, Franklin’s Tower$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Tennessee Jed$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Deep Elm Blues%! (Traditional), I’ve Been All Around This World%! (Grateful Dead cover), Weather Report Suite*#! (Grateful Dead cover) > Let It Grow$*#! (Grateful Dead cover)Set Two (feat. Jeff Chimenti, Steve Kimock, and Robin Sylvester): Help On The Way (Grateful Dead cover) > Scarlett Begonias (Grateful Dead cover) > Fire On The Mountain^ (Grateful Dead cover), Sugaree^ (Jerry Garcia Cover), Iko Iko^ (The Dixie Cups cover) > Drums > Estimated Prophet (Grateful Dead cover) > Eyes of the World (Grateful Dead cover) > 2019 Celebration with Hula DancersEncore: The Music Never Stopped (Grateful Dead cover) > Touch of Grey (Grateful Dead cover), Ripple (Grateful Dead cover)Notes:$ w/Robin Sylvester^ w/George Porter Jr* w/Steve Kimock# w/Jeff Chimenti! w/Don Was% w/Taj Mahallast_img read more

Blue Ridge, Ga.

first_imgPopulation: 1,290Public lands: Appalachian Trail, Benton MacKaye Trail, Deep Hole Forest Service Campground, Toccoa River and Lake Blue Ridge, Upper Toccoa River, Ocoee RiverOutdoor Highlights: Springer Mountain, Cohutta Wilderness, Toccoa River Canoe Trail, Aska Adventure Trails Arealast_img

Virginia Spirits – Delivered to Your Door!

first_imgIn a show of support for the Commonwealth’s burgeoning distilled spirits industry, Virginia ABC has enacted temporary SHIPPING privileges for in-state distilleries to Virginia residents while tastings rooms are closed in concert with Governor Northam’s Executive Orders.Virginia distilleries can now ship up to six bottles of liquor or two cases of low-alcohol-beverage products (“LABS” – ready to drink canned cocktails produced from distillate) per consumer per month via common carriers such as UPS and Fed Ex to Virginia residents. Shipping privilege will be rescinded once the Governor’s Executive Orders are lifted.Virginia ABC also enacted permanent DELIVERY privileges for Virginia distilleries to Virginia residents. Delivery privileges are separate from shipping privileges in that distilleries can deliver orders direct to consumers by way of i.) distillery employees, or ii.) third part services such as Grub Hub, Chop Chop, and Uber Eats.Lastly, most Virginia distilleries are also offering CURBSIDE PICKUP services as well.To find out more about shipping, delivery and curbside pickup options for your favorite Virginia distilleries, please visit their website (listed below) or call for more info.Thank you for supporting / drinking local!A Smith Bowman Distillery, Fredericksburg,Belle Isle Moonshine, RichmondBelmont Farm Distillery, CulpeperBlue Sky Distillery, SmithfieldCaiseal Beer & Spirits Co., HamptonCatoctin Creek, PurcellvilleCirrus Vodka, RichmondCopper Fox Distillery, Sperryville and WilliamsburgDida’s Distillery, HuntlyEight Shires Coloniale Distillery, WilliamsburgFilibuster Distillery, MaurertownFive Mile Mountain Distillery, FloydGeorge Washington’s Mount Vernon Distillery, Mount VernonJames River Distillery, James River DistilleryIronclad Distillery Co., Newport NewsMurLarkey Distilled Spirits, BristowKO Distilling, ManassasTarnished Truth Distilling Company, Virginia BeachReservoir Distillery, RichmondRD Wilhelm Distillery, NorfolkRiver Hill Distillery, LurayThree Brothers’ Distillery, DisputantaThree Crosses Distilling Company, PowhatanTwin Creeks Distillery, Rocky MountVirago Spirits, RichmondVirginia Distillery Company, LovingstonVitae Spirits Distillery, CharlottesvilleWaterbird Spirits, Charlottesvillelast_img read more

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