This is Ray White Runaway Bay Group’s Summer Auction Blitz held at Sheraton Mirage. Auctioneer is Nigel Long. Picture: Richard GoslingAmong the sales under the hammer was a four-bedroom home at 43 Poinsettia Ave, Hollywell that sold for $580,000.A palatial mansion on the Sovereign Islands also sold for $2.2 million moments before it was set to go under the hammer.The five-bedroom five-bathroom home at 26 Knightsbridge Pde West was bought by a Gold Coast couple who plan to live in the property. Auctioneer is Nigel Long in action. Picture: Richard GoslingRAY White Runaway Bay Group achieved $5 million in sales at their Summer Auction Blitz.Hosted at Main Beach’s Sheraton Mirage, the group took a list of 14 properties to auction.Four properties sold prior to the event while two sold under the hammer.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North12 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoPrincipal Ali Mian said there was a good crowd with plenty of interest in the properties that didn’t sell under the hammer..“We are negotiating on five others at the moment that are close to selling that will hopefully round out the event,” he said.
By Dr Shahid Qureshi – :A book launch of ‘CRY’ was arranged at the Embassy of Azerbaijan to the UK, Baku Book Centre and the Azerbaijani Women’s Association in the UK. Leyla Novruzova reading from bookThe play “Dreaming boys”, written in co-operation with Yefim Abramov and dedicated to the heroes of Karabakh war, has been staged by Vagif Asadov in Azerbaijan State Theater of Young Spectators. The fragments of the play “Immolatio”, dedicated to Imadeddin Nesimi and Yan Hus, have been staged as an immersive show in the Museum of Maksud Ibragimbekov. The production of the play “Black Snowdrops”, dedicated to Khojaly genocide, has been staged in Baku, Azerbaijan.Leyla’s poetry and plays have been translated into different languages. In particular, her wreath of sonnets “Weeping for Karabakh” has been published in German, English and Azerbaijani languages by the Azerbaijan Museum of miniature book. Her plays and poems were also published in Czech language in translation of Milan Dvorak.Leyla’s articles have been published in various literary journals and almanacs, in Czech Republic, Russia, Ukraine and Azerbaijan.Leyla was the participant of Muslim Magomayev anniversary concert held in Baku and Düsseldorf. She is a holder of the Azerbaijani state prize “Qizil gelem” and “Araz” and the Finalist of the 10th Worldwide poetry festival “The Emigrant Lyre”.Currently Leyla lives in Czech Republic. Dr Shahid Qureshi at book launch of ‘Cry’ by Gunel Anarqizi and Leyla Begim. London best pest control It is written by Gunel Anarqizi and Leyla Begim. This comprises a wide mélange of richly evocative poetry, poesie and short stories relating to the tragedy of the unresolved Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh. Works include the emotional and deeply-felt ‘Weeping for Karabakh’ by Leyla Begim and ‘A Letter to Dad’ by Gunel Anarqizi. The book received its official launch at Baku Book Centre on 26 February and was dedicated to the victims of the Khojaly Genocide.Leyla Begim co author of The CRY, is the author of four poetry collection books, and the author/co-author of several plays. She is a member of The Writers Union of Azerbaijan and Czech Union of Russian-Speaking Writers.