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A bedroom.The space has been reconfigured into four apartments, each offering a refreshing take on life at Golden Gate and each with their own distinctive floor plans.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours agoOne of the apartments has an upstairs bedroom, while another features a lower-level master bedroom with ensuite.The one-bedroom apartment offers a spacious 78 sqm of living area while the largest apartment comprises 152 sqm, offering two bedrooms plus study, and two bathrooms. One of the lounge rooms.Golden Gate, a gateway property on the northern end of Surfers Paradise, offers resort-style facilities including two pools, tennis courts and barbecue areas dotted across the manicured grounds of the property. The apartments are being marketed by Jackson Paradise and Jordan Thams of Ray White Surfers Paradise. Four renovated apartments in the Gold Coast’s landmark Golden Gate building are being served up at auction on January 28, 2018.FOUR newly renovated apartments in the Gold Coast’s landmark Golden Gate building are being served up at auction on January 28.The garden-level apartments, a one-bedroom and three two-bedroom residences, are in an area once occupied by a Chinese restaurant. The dining room and kitchen.They are being offered with vacant possession, and would suit both owner-occupiers or investors.“The location ensures strong returns for investors, and all the benefits of a cosmopolitan lifestyle for owner-occupiers,” said Mr Paradise.“The owners are motivated, so we expect these properties will sell. They will be looking at all offers.”The apartments are going to auction at Ray White Surfers Paradise Group’s The Event, which kicks off today at 11am.
Romney Campaign Focuses On New Trio Of States This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription. With just days to go until Election Day, the Romney campaign sees possibilities to win in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Minnesota, while pro-Obama groups launch new ads about Medicare and women’s health.The Washington Post: Romney Forces See Pennsylvania, Michigan And Minnesota Ripe For Turning RedAfter a season dominated by talk of Ohio, Virginia and Florida, Campaign 2012 suddenly shifted focus to a new trio of states Wednesday amid a new verbal battle about which candidate is better positioned to win on Tuesday (Balz, Merkon and Kane, 10/31).The New York Times’ Political Memo: In Dwindling Days Of The Race, Romney Takes A Softer TackThere are plenty of carry-overs, of course: he dings President Obama’s health care law as cumbersome and bemoans the size of the federal debt as immoral, as he has since 2011, when he entered the race. But even if the extent of the evolution is up for argument, there is little debate that Mr. Romney is finishing the presidential campaign as a milder candidate than when he started (Barbaro, 10/31).The Washington Post: Ad Watch: Pro-Obama Group Ties Romney To Medicare FraudWhat it says: “[Rick] Scott ran a company that paid a record fine for committing Medicare fraud. Then, as governor, Scott cut millions from health care. Romney was director of a company that stole millions from Medicare. Now, Romney’s plan would end Medicare as we know it.” What it means: A new Kaiser Family Foundation poll finds that Romney is closing the gap with President Obama on who would better handle Medicare. This ad seeks to widen it by linking Medicare cuts to Medicare fraud (Weiner, 10/31).The Hill: Planned Parenthood Launches $853K Ad Buy Against RomneyPlanned Parenthood’s political wing is making what could be its final attempt to alienate female voters from Mitt Romney before the election. The Planned Parenthood Action Fund (PPAF) is spending $853,000 to run a 60-second radio ad on Colorado, Ohio and Virginia airwaves until Tuesday. The ad accuses Romney of holding views on women that “seem like they’re from the 1950s.” It also paints Obama as the right choice on the economy (Viebeck, 10/31).