At least it’s dry. All you need is a sympathetic renovation. Back yard.The price paid over the weekend was $254,000 less than the median house price in the Rocklea area, where 44 houses sold in the past 12 months and prices rose 5.2 per cent in the past year.Agents Matt Holloway and Geoff Sellars of Ray White Annerley had marketed the home as a fixer-upper in a suburb that was “fast becoming one of Brisbane’s most affordable suburbs within 10kms of the CBD”. 8 Darnley Street, Rocklea Qld 4106NO, that’s not a typo – a two bedroom house inside the 10km ring from the CBD has sold for a ridiculous $151,000 over the weekend.The house at 8 Darnley Street, Rocklea – which sold at auction – admittedly needs some serious elbow grease to get it up to scratch.But even if the new owner spent as much on the renovation as they paid for the property, that would still mean landing a house for $302,000 – a rare feat in the current market. Front yard. Upstairs veranda.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours ago I take it back, this kitchen has to go.“It may not look like much now but think of what it can be with a bit of effort and imagination,” was how they described it.“This property has the potential to create a beautifully renovated cottage to live in or rent. The structure looks to be solid with steel support beams, the timber is in good condition and the framing is done, all you need to do is finish it off.” FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK
Sweden’s AP7, the SEK674bn (€64bn) default fund for the premium pension system, said it intends to file a report to police after being targeted yesterday by a sophisticated hoax, in which an unknown party purporting to be the fund itself distributed false information to media outlets.Fake news that the fund had taken a decision to divest from all fossil fuels and become carbon neutral by 2030 was then reported by IPE, one Swedish website, the French news agency AFP, and many international news outlets redistributing the AFP story.Johan Florén, AP7’s head of communications and ownership, told IPE: “We are going to try to make a report for the police. We are investigating this and and hopefully everything will become clear and we will then look into all the options.”IPE removed the false story from its website yesterday after being contacted by Florén to say the story was not true. The unknown perpetrators of the prank emailed journalists using the format of a press release closely resembling a genuine release from AP7, with the announcement also carried in English and Swedish on a website impersonating an official AP funds website.While the pension fund is taking action to remove remainders of the false information on social media and elsewhere online, Florén said there was a limited amount that could be done to guard against such attacks.“With this kind of online fraud, it’s very difficult to do anything about it. Often the perpetrators are hidden behind servers in other countries, for example,” he said.Asked who could be responsible for yesterday’s disinformation, Florén speculated the perpetrators could be environmental activists.“The AP funds have been subject to other attacks linked to the issue of sustainability, both online and physically,” he said.Two years ago, Swedish state pension buffer fund AP3 was targeted by activists from campaign group Greenpeace, which included one of their meeting rooms being occupied by protesters.Yesterday’s fake press release incident echoes the case in early 2019 when a spoof letter on climate change pretending to be from BlackRock founder Larry Fink was reported by the Financial Times and other media.
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