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The power of positive phrasing

first_imgThe researchers acknowledge that they did not have a way to compare the scientific merits of each publication relative to others and determine whether the linguistic framing was justified in this large set of articles, or to determine how much the difference in language might be determined by journal editors rather than the papers’ authors. However, the trend was patently clear — the findings of studies led by men were clearly framed as more important than those led by women.So what can be done to alleviate any possible effects of such linguistic disparities?The first step is building a body of evidence and increasing awareness of differences wherever they exist, the researchers said.“It’s useful for men and women to be aware that these language differences exist, and that they may impact how research is perceived,” Lerchenmüller said.The researchers acknowledged that gender imbalance in biomedical research and academic medicine has many causes, which means that increasing equity will require many approaches across many fronts, including education, mentoring, and publishing.The scientific and medical communities will need to work together to find ways to close these persistent gender gaps, the researchers said. For example, mentors should help women be thoughtful about using all available tools to position and promote research in a way that the research deserves, so it gets read, shared, and used. Journal editors should be aware that these differences exist and should have objective protocols in place to make sure that researchers use the same language to describe similar research results.“As a society, we want the best work to rise to the top on its own merits — how it helps us understand and improve health — not based on the gender of the researchers or on the researchers’ own opinion about whether their work is groundbreaking,” Jena said.Jena has received consulting fees unrelated to this work from Pfizer, Hillrom Services, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Novartis, Amgen, Eli Lilly, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, AstraZeneca, Celgene, Tesaro, Sanofi-Aventis, Biogen, Precision Health Economics, and Analysis Group. Lerchenmüller is a co-founder and shareholder of AaviGen GmbH.Olav Sorenson of Yale University was co-author on the study.Support was provided by the Office of the Director, NIH (1DP5OD017897) to Jena, from the German Research Foundation (DFG grant LE 3426/1-2) to Lerchenmüller, and from Yale University’s Initiative on Leadership and Organization to Lerchenmüller and Sorensen. Who’s that girl? Research suggests men’s ability to recognize famous females depends on their country’s degree of gender equity Perception is reality, the adage goes, and that may even be true when it comes to conveying the findings of medical and life-science research.The language male and female scientists choose to describe their discoveries can drive levels of attention from peers, boost subsequent citations, and eventually contribute to career advancement.These are the findings of an analysis led by an international team of researchers in the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School, the University of Mannheim, and Yale University, and published today in BMJ. It is believed to be the first large-scale study to quantify gender differences in language framing in biomedical research.The researchers analyzed more than 6 million peer-reviewed clinical and life-science publications and found that papers with male lead authors were up to 21 percent more likely to use positive framing — language that casts the findings as highly significant — in titles and abstracts than those with female lead authors.The study, which used natural language processing to parse the papers’ language, found that the titles and abstracts of research led by men were likelier to use words such as “excellent,” “novel,” and “unique” than papers led by women. The research also showed that studies using such framing had up to 13 percent more citations by other researchers than papers without the positive spin.Despite increasing equity in the numbers of men and women doing research in medicine and science, the study authors noted that women remain underrepresented on faculties of medicine and the life sciences. Women also earn lower salaries, receive fewer research grants, and garner fewer citations than their male colleagues. While many systemic, social, and cultural factors affect this, including conscious, unconscious, and structural biases, another contributor to these persistent gender gaps may be differences in the extent to which women promote their research accomplishments relative to men, the authors said. “One theory you hear to explain this is that maybe men promote themselves more, at least in part, because it is deemed more socially acceptable for them to engage in such behavior.” — Marc Lerchenmüller, lead author In part, conference examines parental leave, and how U.S. and Europe compare Related Guideposts toward gender equality “The factors that underlie gender disparities in academia are many and complex, but it is important to be aware that language may also play a role — as both a driver of inequality and as a symptom of gender differences in socialization,” said senior author Anupam Jena, the Ruth L. Newhouse Associate Professor of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School.Longstanding sociological studies and observations suggest that, in general, men promote themselves more strongly in all lines of work, the researchers said.“One theory you hear to explain this is that maybe men promote themselves more, at least in part, because it is deemed more socially acceptable for them to engage in such behavior,” said lead author Marc Lerchenmüller, assistant professor for technological innovation and management science at the University of Mannheim in Germany. “But we wanted to quantify the magnitude of this effect in biomedical research and measure objective differences in the way research done by men and women is presented in scholarly journals.”To account for any potential changes in editorial practices over the years or between journals, the researchers compared papers from the same publication and from the same year with one another. To control for differences in types of research, the team compared only publications that investigated topics of similar novelty (determined from the keywords assigned to the articles), such as randomized controlled trials in cancer.The researchers analyzed 101,720 studies published between 2002 and 2017 in clinical journals indexed in PubMed, as well as more than 6.2 million general life-science studies. They determined the probable gender of the authors of these studies using the database Genderize. Articles in which the first and last authors were both female were, on average, 12.3 percent less likely to use positive terms to describe research findings compared with studies in which either the first or last author was male. The gender difference in positive presentation was greatest in high-impact clinical journals — those whose studies are most heavily cited — with women 21.4 percent less likely to present research positively.The research also showed that the use of positive words had a significant impact on how the research was perceived by readers. This type of framing was, on average, associated with 9.4 percent more subsequent citations. The effect was even more pronounced in high-impact clinical journals, where papers with promotional titles and abstracts had 13 percent more citations. “The factors that underlie gender disparities in academia are many and complex, but it is important to be aware that language may also play a role — as both a driver of inequality and as a symptom of gender differences in socialization.” — Anupam Jena, senior author The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news.last_img read more

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Odds & Ends: Sutton Foster, Alan Cumming & Kelli O’Hara Join Forces & More

first_img View Comments Sutton Foster Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the weekend.Sutton Foster, Alan Cumming & Kelli O’Hara Set for PopsBroadway vets Sutton Foster, Alan Cumming, Kelli O’Hara, Bebe Neuwirth, Donna Murphy and Rachel York will headline a gala concert at Carnegie Hall on May 4. Under the baton of music director Steven Reineke, the previously reported tribute performance will mark the New York Pops’ 32nd birthday and highlight the work of supremely talented siblings Kathleen Marshall and Rob Marshall. Additional artists will be announced later. How do we sneak into this one?!Casting Announced for Roald Dahl’s The TwitsWe’re keeping a close eye on this stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic The Twits. Not only is Matilda still running in both the West End and on Broadway, but the writer and director of the new production picked up Tonys for their work on Once. Helmed by John Tiffany and penned by Enda Walsh, we now know that the show will star Jason Watkins and Monica Dolan as Mr. and Mrs. Twit, respectively, with Sam Cox as Yorkshire Terrier Man, Cait Davis as Monkey Mum, Aimée-Ffion Edwards as Monkey Daughter, Christine Entwisle as Tattooed Fortune Teller Lady, Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins as Monkey Son, Glyn Pritchard as Monkey Father and Dwane Walcott as Shy Waltzer Boy. The Twits will play a limited engagement April 7 through May 31 at the Royal Court.London Loves Bad JewsLondon can’t get enough of Bad Jews! After a limited engagement at the St. James Theatre, Joshua Harmon’s hit off-Broadway play will transfer to the Arts Theatre. The Theatre Royal Bath production will run March 18 through May 30, with opening night set for March 25.Big Brother Alum Tapped for FuneralAlex Coladonato will take on the role of Ezio in the off-Broadway comedy My Big Gay Italian Funeral, opposite creator Anthony J. Wilkinson. Best known for his stint on CBS’ Big Brother, Coladonato will be making his official acting debut in the production on March 15 at St. Luke’s Theatre.center_img Star Fileslast_img read more

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Operation Ágata 6 Seizes 3.7 Tons of Drugs

first_img Operation Ágata 6, completed on October 24th, seized 3.7 tons of drugs, 67 vehicles, and 201 vessels. The total count was released by the Brazilian West Military Command, in Campo Grande (Mato Grosso do Sul), which was responsible for the execution of the operation under the guidance of the Ministry of Defense. The Navy, Army, and the Air Force, as well as public agents from 12 ministries also participated. In two weeks of military operations 35,000 inspections of vehicles and 17,000 pedestrian searches were conducted. In the region, inspections took place in 132 civil airplanes, and 88 aerodromes. Due to the Armed Forces activities, 67 vehicles and 201 vessels were seized. The troops also collected US$ 26,000, supposedly destined for the purchase of narcotics. The sixth edition of Ágata started on October 9. The operation is part of the Strategic Border Plan established by presidential decree. Ágata 6 covers the patrol of 2,620 miles, from Corumbá (Mato Grosso do Sul) to Mancio Lima (Acre). Seventeen troops from the Army’s 1st Chemical, Biological, and Nuclear Defense Platoon patrolled rivers along the southern part of the Pantanal, in Mato Grosso, for two weeks. The goal of mobilizing the squad was to work jointly with the Navy and to test new equipment that detects radioactive material in vessels sailing in the region. During the activity, a “pusher” – riverine vessel utilized in the Pantanal – was approached and the troops checked if there were any existing materials via the HGVI, equipment that detects hazardous gases and vapors, and the RadSeeker, a nuclear threat material identifier. After the analysis, no harmful components to the biodiversity of the region or to humans were identified onboard the boat. According to “Potengi” commander Lieutenant Alan de Freitas, exchanging experiences is helpful when working jointly. “It is a pleasure to work with the Army, in addition to allowing a cultural and equipment information exchange, it improves our coexistence and also helps to fulfill the mission that Brazil is expecting us to accomplish,” he said. By Dialogo November 02, 2012last_img read more

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3 vehicle maintenance tips that can save you money

first_imgOver the years, you’ve probably been told some things you should do for your car that you didn’t do but should have. You’ve also probably been told some things you shouldn’t do to your car that you didn’t do but probably should have. Here are three maintenance tips (including some busted myths) for your vehicle that will save you a wad of cash…Don’t get your oil changed so often: Most oil change places love to slap that little sticker on the inside of your windshield to remind you to get your oil changed in either 3 months or 3,000 miles. But the truth is, most oil is rated to last a lot longer than that. According to Edmund’s, oil chemistry and engine technology have come a long way in recent years, so the 3 months or 3,000 miles suggestion is a little outdated. Automakers today recommend you get your oil changed every 7,500 to 10,000 miles. If you’re not putting a lot of highway miles on your car, you’ll save a bundle on oil changes.Don’t warm your car up in the driveway: In some states, it’s actually illegal to let your car run unattended. This is good, because today’s engines actually warm up better by being driven. The quicker your car’s engine warms up, the sooner it’ll be more efficient. Plus, you won’t risk having your car stolen while you’re inside fixing your morning coffee. Just make sure not to work your car too hard too fast. Avoid putting the pedal to the metal until your car has had a chance to warm up.Keep an eye on your tires: If at all possible, make sure you replace your tires four at a time. The best way to get the most life out of your tires is to get them rotated regularly. One easy way to do this is to have them rotated every time you get your oil changed. Tires aren’t cheap and you’ll enjoy getting a nice long life out of them. 333SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

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Jeff Bezos names first recipients of his $10 billion Earth Fund

first_img– Advertisement – Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, speaks to a group of Amazon employees that are veterans during an Amazon Veterans Day celebration on Monday, November 12, 2018.Leonard Ortiz | Digital First Media | Getty Images Bezos said in an Instagram post that he spent the past several months learning about the grantees’ work in depth, adding that they’re “working on innovative, ambitious and needle-moving solutions” to climate change. The $791 million worth of grants issued Monday is “just the beginning” of the Earth Fund’s $10 billion commitment, Bezos said.Many of the grantees are receiving funds for specific projects, while other recipients will re-grant the funds and donate to other nonprofits, a spokesperson for the Earth Fund said.For example, the World Wildlife Fund said it will use the $100 million award to protect and restore mangroves from “climate-accelerated weather events,” and to develop new markets for seaweed as an alternative to fossil fuel-based products.- Advertisement – Bezos, who previously referred to climate change as “the biggest threat to our planet,” has recently made climate-oriented initiatives a key focus at Amazon. The company has faced pressure from employees and others to address concerns that its e-commerce and logistics business contributes to global carbon emissions.In September, Amazon announced the first recipients of its $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund, which is designed to invest in “sustainable and decarbonizing technologies.”Amazon also launched the “Climate Pledge” last September, which encompasses a number of ambitious goals, including a commitment to be carbon neutral by 2040. It has also purchased electric delivery vans and invested $10 million to help conserve or restore forests in the U.S. Northeast.Here’s the full list of Earth Fund recipients and the donations they’ll receive:The Climate and Clean Energy Equity Fund, $43 million grantClimateWorks Foundation, $50 million grantDream Corps Green For All, $10 million grantEden Reforestation Projects, $5 million grantEnergy Foundation, $30 million grantEnvironmental Defense Fund, $100 million grantThe Hive Fund for Climate and Gender Justice, $43 million grantNatural Resources Defense Council, $100 million grantThe Nature Conservancy, $100 million grantNDN Collective, $12 million grantRocky Mountain Institute, $10 million grantSalk Institute for Biological Studies, $30 million grantThe Solutions Project, $43 million grantUnion of Concerned Scientists, $15 million grantWorld Resources Institute, $100 million grantWorld Wildlife Fund, $100 million grantcenter_img Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos on Monday announced the first recipients of his $10 billion Earth Fund.The Earth Fund, launched in February, is designed to combat the effects of climate change by issuing grants to scientists, activists and other organizations in their efforts to “preserve and protect the natural world.”Bezos announced 16 initial recipients of the Earth Fund who will receive $791 million in donations. The top donations include The Nature Conservancy, Natural Resources Defense Council, Environmental Defense Fund, World Resources Institute and the World Wildlife Fund, which will each receive $100 million.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Who Manchester United, Wolves and Rangers can face in Europa League last-16 draw

first_img Metro Sport ReporterThursday 27 Feb 2020 10:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.3kShares Who Manchester United, Wolves and Rangers can face in Europa League last-16 draw BaselBayer LeverkusenCopenhagenGetafeInterIstanbul BasaksehirLASKManchester UnitedOlympiacosRangersRomaSevillaShakhtar DonetskWolfsburgWolvesEintracht Frankfurt / Red Bull Salzburg Odion Ighalo scored his first goal for Manchester United in their win over Club Brugge (AMA/Getty Images)Celtic also crashed out as they slipped to a 3-1 defeat at home to FC Copenhagen.AdvertisementAdvertisementAjax, Porto and Benfica were three other high-profile clubs to drop out of the Europa League. EUROPA LEAGUE LAST-16 TEAMS The Europa League last-16 draw takes place on Friday (Getty Images)Manchester United, Wolves and Rangers are all in the pot for the Europa League last-16 draw.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side made the cut in emphatic fashion with a 5-0 victory over Club Brugge at Old Trafford.Wolves lost to Espanyol 3-2 on Thursday evening but progressed 6-3 on aggregate.Rangers beat Braga 1-0 on Wednesday evening to secure a 4-2 victory over the Portuguese side on aggregate.ADVERTISEMENTMeanwhile, Arsenal missed out on a place in the last-16 after Olympiacos’ late goal in extra time at the Emirates Stadium knocked Mikel Arteta’s side out of the competition.center_img Advertisement Elsewhere, Antonio Conte’s Inter and Roma are in the last-16 draw, while the second leg between Eintracht Frankfurt and Red Bull Salzburg will be played on Friday.Unlike the round-of-32 draw, there is no country protection or seeding so all clubs could potentially face each other in the last-16.The Europa League last-16 draw is due to take place on Friday at 12pm GMT.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Commentlast_img read more

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BLOG: Watch Governor Wolf’s WITF Interview on Pennsylvania’s Opioid Crisis

first_img Substance Use Disorder,  The Blog,  Videos Governor Wolf this morning was interviewed by WITF’s Ben Allen about Pennsylvania’s opioid crisis. The interview was live streamed through Facebook Live and users were able to watch as the governor talked his bipartisan opioid roundtables, the need to eliminate the stigma surrounding addiction, and more.The magnitude of the addiction and overdose death epidemic in Pennsylvania is astounding — at least seven Pennsylvanians die every day from a drug overdose. With nearly 2,500 overdose deaths in Pennsylvania in 2014 and estimates that the 2015 total will be higher, a collaborative effort on the federal, state, and local levels is crucial in combating this crisis.If you missed the live stream, watch the full video on the WITF Facebook page — and find out more about Governor Wolf’s efforts to combat Pennsylvania’s opioid crisis here.This isn’t the first time the governor has taken to Facebook to share live video with users from across the commonwealth. In an effort to increase transparency in state government, Governor Wolf has used Facebook Live to share videos on a wide range of issues, and has even taken live questions directly from users during his Facebook Town Halls.Never miss a live broadcast from Governor Wolf by liking the governor’s page on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf By: Kate Landis, Deputy Digital Director May 16, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter BLOG: Watch Governor Wolf’s WITF Interview on Pennsylvania’s Opioid Crisislast_img read more

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Huge new design studio opens in North Lakes to fast track decisions

first_imgBold home builders have a huge new design centre open to the general public.For those that like to make decisions with a coffee in hand, the studio has Bold Bean cafe ready to grind you up some fresh beans.Mr Boulton said a lot of people visited a display home to make a decision on the overall floor plan and design, but when it came to deciding on details it could be hard to visualise how it would look in the setting of the home.“They often end up going back and forth between the display home and the showroom to refresh their memory, so by putting everything under one roof we will make that process easier,” Mr Boulton said. Bold home builders have just opened a 500sq m design centre open to the general public.A MASSIVE design showroom has opened to the public in North Lakes offering 500sq m of see, touch and feel experiences for those trying to make home design decisions.Home-builder Bold has opened the million dollar Evolve Design Studio for anyone who wants to get some fresh design ideas, you don’t have to be a Bold client to use the studio.Bold owner and director Brett Boulton said the concept for the studio came from a desire to make building a new home as stress free as possible for buyers. Bold home builders have a huge new design centre open to the general public.“There is a lot of decision making that goes into building a new home, so we want to make that process as easy as possible for home builders,” he said.“At the design studio, they won’t just see what a certain fitting or fixture looks like on its own, they will be able to experience how it functions and fits into the space.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoThe studio features full-scale kitchen, bathroom, media and bedroom displays. Along with all of Bold’s fitting, finish and colour schemes giving the ability to see the products in a full-sized room.center_img Bold home builders have a huge new design centre open to the general public.He said many showrooms were only open to those who had already committed to building with a company, but Evolve Design Studio was open to the general public.“A key point of difference is that anyone can come in at anytime,” he said.“You don’t have to book or sign up to purchase first, you can drop in for a look seven days a week and there’s even a kids’ corner to keep the little ones occupied while you browse.”Bold has had a busy 12 months, recently named the Queensland Medium Professional Builder by the Housing Industry Association (HIA) for the second consecutive year.last_img read more

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Auction secrets revealed

first_imgAuction of one of Townsville’s most iconic homes. Australasian auctioneer of the year Justin Nickerson. Picture: Zak SimmondsAUSTRALASIAN auctioneer of the year Justin Nickerson has shared some of his secrets while in Townsville to sell one of the city’s most iconic homes under the hammer.Mr Nickerson, who earned the Real Estate Institute of Queensland title last year, was in the city on Thursday to auction the stunning 9 Cleveland Terrace in North Ward, which sold for $1.825 million.He said the days of intimidating auctioneers were over and vendors should be attending the sales of any auctioneers they are considering hiring.“The best way to choose an auctioneer is to see them in their natural environment,” Brisbane-based Mr Nickerson said. “To be a good auctioneer you need to have the ability to think and engage with the crowd. The old auctioneer who would stand at the front and have the big booming voice and intimidate the crowd is over and now it’s really about how well they engage.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“They need to be able to negotiate as well so when the negotiations go behind closed doors they can get involved … and get their hands dirty.”Mr Nickerson said it was not just luxury properties which sold well at auction.“We always say that every property can go to auction but it comes down to what the vendors are wanting to achieve and their time frame,” he said.“Obviously desirable properties like this one (9 Cleveland Terrace) will always have some built-in attraction but then this property sold for $1.825 million so it’s in a higher price bracket which knocks out a lot of buyers.“Every property can have a different application for auction, it just depends on what your expectations are.”last_img read more

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Affordability drives demand on Stockland’s Ipswich communities

first_img Investing? Find out southeast Queenslander’s best option Stockland’s David Laner said key factors in the success of Kalina Springfield, Augustine Heights and Sovereign Pocket were affordability and proximity to the southwest growth corridor amenities.“In addition, the ease of connection to Ipswich, Brisbane and the Gold Coast as well as employment hubs,’’ Mr Laner said. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoAn aerial shot of Stockland’s Augustine Heights community.Stockland’s Augustine Heights community has unveiled the first home sites at The Haven, which will comprise 40 lots to meet increasing demand for low-maintenance home options.The first release of land in The Haven will have 10 home sites, with lot sizes from 320sq m and prices from $185,900 to $210,900.“The new lots, located on the western end of the community, will be perfectly positioned within the wealth of natural green surrounds of Augustine Heights, which has been carefully planned to maintain more than 47ha of open space including a rehabilitated 30ha wildlife corridor,’’ Mr Laner said. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< RELATED: “The communities … have been planned to ensure residents can access shops, schools, medical facilities and public transport. “Kalina Springfield, which was officially launched two months ago, is the newest Stockland community and is fast becoming a hub of activity.’’ Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:50Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:50 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenDifferences between building in new or established estates01:50center_img MORE: There’s something about Pixley St David Laner at Augustine Heights which was planned to maintain more than 47ha of open space, including a rehabilitated 30ha wildlife corridor.Affordability is the main driver for residents buying into Stockland’s three residential communities within the Ipswich region. Southeast land sales lead the way Finally, Stockland’s Sovereign Pocket community at Deebing Heights has reached a milestone with home sites and roads in the last stages under construction. last_img read more

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