5 Kuranya Court, Arana Hills.She said she would miss her lovely, quiet neighbourhood. “I just love living around here, it’s so close to everything,” she said.“It’s a 10-minute walk down to the shops and you can go through the park.“You can actually get around without using a car.” 5 Kuranya Court, Arana Hills.Kirsten Albaek-Sorensen is ready for a tree change.After 16 years at her Arana Hills home, Ms Albaek-Sorensen is looking to move to the Gympie area.Ms Albaek-Sorensen said her four-bedroom, one-bathroom home was located close to all amenities including the bus stop, which was just 200m up the road. 5 Kuranya Court, Arana Hills.Ms Albaek-Sorensen has done some renovations to the home, including putting in a new kitchen.She has refreshed the bathroom, repainted the home and built a garage.The property, which is on a massive 828sq m block, has a big outdoor undercover area, like a patio.Ms Albaek-Sorensen said she spent much of her time in the summer on the patio watching television. She said a couple with two small children would be a perfect match for the home.“This area is really fantastic for families,” Ms Albaek-Sorensen said.“There’s four different entertainment areas. We used to have the greatest parties here.“We would have Christmas gatherings on the front patio and we could actually fit two eight-seater tables together. It could fit a lot of people.” 5 Kuranya Court, Arana Hills.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 5 Kuranya Court, Arana Hills.Situated in a quiet corner in Arana Hills, the home is close to the Ferny Grove railway station.Professional Priority – Ferny Hills selling agent Ian Weaving said the lowset home was great value.
March 3, 2000By day, Jeff Buderer works with the construction crew. By night, Jeff volunteerswith the Paradox Program and writes essays pertaining to arcologyas the way to evolve beyond the automobile culture and the single-family dwelling.Photo by: Doctress Neutopia
Strong TV and broadband sales helped Slovenian telecom operator Telekom Slovenije maintain its first half revenues at last year’s level, despite a continued decline in voice telephony and lower mobile revenues thanks to migration to lower-cost packages. The Slovenian operator grew its TV base by 2.6% to 131,868, representing a 54% market share, according to the company’s calculations.Telekom Slovenije reported €381.6 million in revenue, flat year-on-year and EBITDA of €111.2 million.