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WEDNESDAY, July 31, 2013. Sun Newspapers 23 Change of Circumstances Forces Sale Ground level three bedroom home with large living area Massive inground swimming pool, awesome outdoor ent. area Dual carport, decked out garden shed with power and A/C Roxley Peacre 0418 895 345 Open: Sat 11.30 - 12 AUCTION Sat 10th Aug @ 12pm on site213 Anula 11 Enterprise Street Licensed Real Estate Agent 3-70 Cavenagh Street, Darwin 8943 3000 TROPICAL PARADISE! Magnificent one of a kind home, ready and waiting Mature, private tropical gardens and sparkling pool Separate master suite providing peace and tranquility Helen Connick 0449 266 031 Open: By Appointment Offers Over $699,000224 Anula 4 Ellison Court Licensed Real Estate Agent 18 Stuart Highway, Stuart Park FOR SALE Berrimah 651 Stuart Highway Berrimah Business Park Free Hold Commercial Land For Sale (SD31 Zoned) Lot Sizes from 2,120 - 20,000m Over 60% sold Tenant enquiries welcome Turnkey options available Jeremy ODonoghue 0407 080 067 Lee Doyle 0403 348 243 Open: For more information contact Licensed Real Estate Agent 141 Mitchell Street Envy = Top Floor Inner City Location Open plan living and dining areas and modern gourmet kitchen Built in store room plus a laundry room, secure gated entryway plus lift Front & back balcony with city & streetscape views. Huge 215m2 unit. Tevy Hok 0419 108 621 Jutti Jeffrey 0407 797 498 Open: Wed 5:30 -6pm,Sat 11-11:30am & Tues 6th 5:30-6pm $680,000223 Darwin 12/2 Gardiner Street Licensed Real Estate Agent Suite 1/25 Parap Rd, Parap The Best Views In Darwin? I Think So! 8th floor,1 bed penthouse apartment with views of the bay & beyond! Chefs kitchen with stone bench tops & stainless steel appliances Huge living area with bi-fold doors that cascade onto large balcony Rick Trippe 041 1234567 AUCTION Today on site 6pm111 Darwin 364/19 Kitchener Drive Licensed Real Estate Agent 46 Smith Street Mall, Darwin Stunning Executive Penthouse Stunning penthouse apartment of overwhelmingly large proportions Captures panorama of Fannie Bay, Mindil Beach and golf course Reflects vogue styling with emphasis between indoors and outdoors Julie Loynes 0419 629 323 Chris Hyland 0409 988 022 $1.2 million223 Larrakeyah 8/184 Smith Street Licensed Real Estate Agent 396 Stuart Highway, Winnellie NT Grand Marquis Villa Residence Bold architectural features including French colonial doors & columns Large appointed rooms, formal living & dining opening onto verandah Enjoy spectacular sunsets and panoramic view of Darwin Harbour Chris Hyland 0409 988 022 Julie Loynes 0419 629 323 Open: Wednesday 5.30 - 6.00pm AUCTION 3rd August at 11.00am On Site233 Fannie Bay 1/130 East Point Road Licensed Real Estate Agent 396 Stuart Highway, Winnellie Keeping DIY safe Be careful when dealing with asbestos. IN RECENT years the surge in popularity of TV shows such as The Block and House Rules has inspired more and more people to take on their own home renovations. But DIY renovators are being urged to take care when dealing with potential asbestos hazards. Asbestos is a life-threatening material and a recognised cause of severe illness. It becomes a health risk when asbestos fibres are released into the air and inhaled. Asbestos which is in a degraded, damaged or deteriorated condition has greater potential to release airborne fibres, and therefore presents a significant health risk. It is likely to be present in any Australian building constructed before 1985. Even in newer buildings constructed up until 2003 and after that time where second-hand or reclaimed building materials were used, there may be an asbestos risk. There are many types of asbestos that can be found including asbestos tiling; asbestos roofing; asbestos sheets in walls; asbestos ceilings, and more. It can be difficult to identify asbestos, but professional asbestos inspections are available. Under workplace safety laws, workplace managers are required to assess the risk of asbestos present, and to develop an asbestos register and an asbestos management plan if it is found.
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