Regional towns in NSW where rents have skyrocketed by 52%

The exorbitant cost of the Covid/treechanger movement has been laid bare after a year of astronomical price growth in the NSW region. The cost of the tree changers movement has been laid bare after a year of astronomical growth in the NSW region. Many regional cities have seen rents rise 52% over the past year … Read more

Do you like local sports? Aptitude? Don’t miss the May issue of Haymarket-Gainesville Lifestyle! | Lifestyles

We have so many great stories to share with you this month. Most of which are, surprisingly enough, sports-themed. You’ll meet Haymarket’s own Paralympian, Evan Nichols, and Gainesville’s Keith Snyder, who took 160 helicopter rides in the sky to become a Guinness World Record holder. You’ll also meet Bristow’s mom, Hilary Blasco, whose FIT4MOM franchise … Read more

Sydney areas set to experience property price growth in 2022

A leading property commentator has said Sydney property may have a surprise up its sleeve – rate hikes or not. Sydney’s more ‘affordable’ markets are set to see strong activity in 2022 as first-time buyers and modernizers slump after a year of soaring prices. Infrastructure development, affordability issues and the return of overseas migration will … Read more

Weight loss secret by Jessica Simpson: Singer credits ‘determined patience’ after shedding 45kg in three years

Singer and actress Jessica Simpson says weight loss journeys are a slow burn, sharing that it took three years to reach her “main goal”. The mum of three – who lost 45kg after all three pregnancies – credits practicing “determined patience” in her recent health journey. WATCH IN THE VIDEO ABOVE: Jessica Simpson talks 45kg … Read more

COVID news Ottawa: Montfort Hospital says approximately 5 per cent of procedures postponed

The Montfort Hospital says about five per cent of planned procedures scheduled for Tuesday had to be postponed due to a staffing shortage caused by COVID-19. In a statement to CTV News Ottawa, a spokesperson for the hospital says 79 employees are in isolation due to COVID-19, including almost 30 nurses. “We have started to … Read more

Fliers, subway riders shed masks: ‘Feel free to burn them’

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Travelers shed their masks and cheered as pilots and conductors announced that a federal judge in Florida had struck down a national mask mandate on airplanes and mass transit. “Feel free to burn them at will,” a New Jersey conductor told passengers boarding a commuter train Tuesday, drawing light laughter. … Read more

Green bin Ottawa: Environment committee approves green bins in apartment buildings

The city of Ottawa’s environment committee has approved a plan to expand the green bin program to apartment buildings and other multi-unit properties. The city collects garbage and recycling from 2,150 multi-unit buildings and 929 of those currently participate in the green bin program. The plan approved Tuesday, if approved by full city council next … Read more

Ottawa Senators ownership: Greenberg family would ‘likely participate’

One of Ottawa’s most prominent real estate executives said he isn’t ruling out being part of a possible new ownership group of the Ottawa Senators. Roger Greenberg, the executive chairman of Minto Group, said his family would “likely participate” in possible new ownership if the team goes up for sale. However, he cautioned that the … Read more

Montreal Road: Lengthy lane closures begin Sunday

A stretch of Montreal Road will be closed to all but a single lane of westbound traffic for the spring and summer starting Sunday. The city of Ottawa says as of April 24, drivers will only have a single westbound lane open between St. Laurent Boulevard and the Vanier Parkway until approximately mid-September. This is … Read more