HMS Cumberland has been ordered to stay on stand-by in the Mediterranean because of the crisis in Libya…(portsmouth)[mappress]Source: portsmouth, February 23, 2011; View post tag: Mediterranean HMS Cumberland Stays in Mediterranean Because of Crisis in Libya February 23, 2011 View post tag: Libya View post tag: Cumberland View post tag: crisis View post tag: because View post tag: HMS Share this article View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Stays Back to overview,Home naval-today HMS Cumberland Stays in Mediterranean Because of Crisis in Libya
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York This flawless stately Colonial-style mansion replete with amenities fit for ultra-luxurious living is listed for sale at 198 Kings Point Rd. in the Village of Kings Point.Built in 2010 on a more than five-acre lot, this nine-bedroom mansion has eight bathrooms, two half bathrooms, and 11,000 square feet of living space. It boasts indoor and outdoor in-ground swimming pools, a tennis court, and a pair of two-bedroom cottages with their own separate entries.The house features an eat-in kitchen, Cathedral foyer, large formal dining room, huge living room, two dens, wine cellar, and a home movie theater. The second-floor master suite has walk-in closets, his and her bathrooms, plus a sauna. And the fully finished basement has a play area and another sauna. It also has a gym on the third floor.The house comes equipped with three fireplaces, central air conditioning, a generator, and in-ground sprinklers. Outside it has a patio and attached three-car brick garage.The home is about three miles from the Little Neck Long Island Rail Road station, and about four miles minutes from the Long Island Expressway and the Northern State Parkway.For adventures outside the house, it is conveniently located nearby Kings Point Park, Steppingstone Park and the American Merchant Marine Museum. It falls in the highly ranked Great Neck School District.The asking price is $10,000,000, not including the $106,602 in annual property taxes.The real estate agent listed for the property is Janet Etessami of Janet Etessami Realty, Inc., who can be reached at 516-482-4321.
Hopes of Michael Essien making a much awaited return to the senior national team, the Black Stars as the 2014 World Cup qualifiers get underway next month has received a severe jolt as the Real Madrid midfielder is not keen on returning to the team any time soon.According to a close source to the on-loan Chelsea star, Essien is not particularly happy with the kind of treatment meted out to some of the senior players of the Black Stars some of whom were treated shabbily the Ghanaian football authorities as they entered the twilight of their careers.He privately concedes that officialdom are only interested in taking all the glory when things are running smooth, but quick to ignore the players whose toil led to national glories.A case in point is Stephen Appiah who recently conceded that he doesn’t recollect the last time he had even a phone call from the Ghanaian football authorities, let alone being invited for the just-ended AFCON tournament.Again Essien believes he won’t be in a position to warm the bench when he comes for national assignments to be ‘humiliated’ like other senior players and so prefers to enjoy his relatively peace at Madrid where he has gradually warmed his way into the scheme of things at the Los blancos.Again he knows he’s getting to the latter stages of his career so he is being cautious of returning to the national team fold where he suffered most of his career threatening injuries. With the pitches in Africa nothing good to write home about, Essien believes a new injury to his fragile knee will effectively mean an end to his career so the idea of him returning to the team for now is almost non-existent.