star Gene Wilder.“Just one stipulation on sale: I own Gene Wilder’s old house. It cannot be torn down or lose any (of) its soul,” Musk tweeted.Tesla stock price is too high imoForbesElon Musk’s house is for sale. Picture: ZillowAccording to the real estate listing, the pricier estate is situated on a “private knoll overlooking Bel Air Country Club and the city and ocean beyond”.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk has just welcomed his sixth child. Picture: Philip Pacheco/AFP
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He’s reached peak eccentric weirdo with too much money.... Why? What is the meaning of this weirdo.
Fate of AAP delayed by several weeks as potential bidders circleAustralian Associated Press has entered detailed discussions with multiple bidders interested in salvaging the newswire - but it will be weeks before its fate is decided.
Three more Newmarch House staff test positive to coronavirus as cluster growsAt least three additional workers at the coronavirus-hit Newmarch House nursing home in western Sydney have been confirmed to have COVID-19. I understand these people were probably infected at least 2 weeks ago but at least 1 staff member if not more have not been following the measures put in place to keep the virus out of the nursing home. I would like to use harsher words, but it is absolutely irresponsible.
Infection rate climbs at Newmarch facilityThree new cases of COVID-19 in NSW have been linked to the Newmarch House outbreak. 9News
Inglis Chairman's auction adapts to 'desperate times' | Sky News AustraliaInglis GM of Bloodstock sales Sebastian Hutch says 'extraordinary times has called for extraordinary measures' touting Inglis' 'huge investment' in technology in recent years to ensure they were able to proceed with their Easter Yearling sale in a 'virtual format'.\n\nAll businesses right around the world have had to be agile and nimble at this time due to the effects of the coronavirus on the supply chain.\n\n'Similarly, our Chairman's Breeding Stock sale will proceed as a virtual sale also - While it's been difficult, we're in a very fortunate position,' Mr Hutch said.\n\n'It's the best yearling sale in the southern hemisphere. The record of graduates demonstrates that.\n\nIt wasn't possible for the sale to proceed in a traditional format but by hosting it as a domestic sale, we were still able to engage a huge domestic audience and a significant international one with buyers all around the world.'\n\nThe Chairman's auction takes place on Friday night.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia\n\n
Ventilator project highlights importance of manufacturingAustralian manufacturers are working together to produce 2000 ventilators in response to the coronavirus crisis. Amen, time to stop relying on the bat eaters for everything! The Australian Government, had BETTER understand the true meaning of what are called 'war stores'... reserve capacity to deal with a crises, any crises... yes, some will never be used, but that is what reserves are for... the unknown, the possible, NOT just probable... a DUTY.
New car sales plunge almost 50 per cent as COVID-19 crashes demandCar dealers are calling for government incentives and the abolishment of vehicle taxes after new car sales in April screeched to numbers not witnessed since 1994. So the cultist Mrrison has called one right.The demise of our car manufacturing means they have to give no support to ex - workers.Three cheers to Mr Morrison the greatest suck arse our country has ever seen. Make new car cheaper to buy Hang on. This trend had begun well before COVID-19. It is just another measure of a much deeper problem in the economy under Morrison and Frydenberg’s economic mismanagement.
The Tesla and SpaceX founder took to Twitter on Saturday to declare: “I am selling almost all physical possessions.Larger text size Very large text size Australian Associated Press has entered detailed discussions with multiple bidders interested in salvaging the newswire and its contacts database Medianet but it will be weeks before its fate is decided.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter At least three additional workers at the coronavirus-hit Newmarch House nursing home in western Sydney have been confirmed to have COVID-19.Coronavirus live updates: Qantas to extend flight cancellations; Australia on brink of ending working from home; Coles to extend opening hours According to a statement from Angiclare, the man had no immediate family.
Will own no house.” He followed it up with one “stipulation” regarding one of his properties, which formerly belonged to Charlie And The Chocolate Factory star Gene Wilder. The AAP Board has entered into detailed discussions with a number of parties interested in acquiring the business. I am selling almost all physical possessions. READ MORE A male resident at Newmarch House aged care died on Monday, meanwhile, taking the Caddens facility's toll to 15 and the NSW death toll to 45. Will own no house. "In the event of there being no sale AAP will honour those entitlements. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) “Just one stipulation on sale: I own Gene Wilder’s old house. (9News) "We need to show care and compassion for staff who are working in these facilities," Dr Chant said.
It cannot be torn down or lose any (of) its soul,” Musk tweeted. Anyone with respiratory symptoms should seek COVID-19 testing, she said. When asked why he was taking such a drastic step, Musk issued a one-word reply: “Freedom.” Shortly before tweeting his unexpected pledge, Musk claimed Tesla stock was too high – and soon after, $US14 billion ($A21.7 billion) was wiped off its market cap. He said it could be eight weeks before the facility is coronavirus-free. Tesla stock price is too high imo — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) Now, it appears the rich-lister – who Forbes estimates has a net worth of $US38.
7 billion ($A60 billion) – is remaining true to his word after two of his properties popped up on US real estate website Zillow. One is a five-bedroom ranch-style home with an asking price of $US9. The hearings will run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, with five new witnesses expected on Tuesday.5 million ($A14.7 million) while the other is a six-bedroom mansion worth $US30 million ($A46.5 million). NSW has recorded 3035 COVID-19 cases, with 13 in intensive care.
Elon Musk’s house is for sale. Picture: Zillow Source:Supplied Both are in Bel Air in Los Angeles in the US. According to the real estate listing, the pricier estate is situated on a “private knoll overlooking Bel Air Country Club and the city and ocean beyond”. Check your state’s restrictions on gathering limits. The home, built in 1990, boasts “large entertaining spaces, high ceilings and fine finishes” as well as a “large master suite with separate dual baths and closets, family wing, two-storey library, theatre, two-room guest suite, lighted championship tennis court, wine cellar, gym, pool, vast grassy yard and fruit orchard” along with a five-car garage. The second property is described as an “updated, but carefully preserved unique, quirky and charming ranch style former home of Gene Wilder/Willy Wonka”.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk has just welcomed his sixth child. The federal government's coronavirus tracing app COVIDSafe is available for download from your phone's app store. Picture: Philip Pacheco/AFP Source:AFP It comes with views of the Bel-Air Country Club Golf Course, with “distant city views” along with five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, an oval pool and private guest cottage. The news comes as Musk welcomed his first child with musician girlfriend Grimes earlier today. So far, no details have been released, with the billionaire simply tweeting: “Mum & baby all good.
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