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Draw 361 Winners: Just in time for Christmas, a man from Boronia in Brisbane’s south has won an entire apartment block. What a view for Xmas dinner.He was “repairing the banged up bumper on his ’94 Corolla” when he was told that he had also won two luxury Audi vehicles as part of the first prize.According to an RSL Art Union statement, “this prize could not have come at a better time, after going through a rough patch, (the man) has been living with his wife, two girls, and extended family all in one property. Now they have an entire luxury apartment complex to choose from.” He also takes home $50,000 in Gold Bullion. 1st Prize: $5.005m property Boronia Heights, QLD2nd Prize: $10,000 Athelstone, SA3rd Prize: $5,000 Narangba, QLDLoyal Supporter Draw: $11,000 North Curl Curl, NSWLoyal Supporter Draw: $11,000 Wynnum West, QLDVIP Only Bonus Draw: $10,000 Wurtulla, QLDVIP Only Bonus Draw: $10,000 Roseworthy, SAVIP Update Your Details: $500 Mountain Top, NSW (Source: RSL Art Union) The man thought the call was a hoax. The property is in Palm Beach. All the units are fully furnished.The draw involved a $5 million entire apartment complex on the Gold Coast, with six units — one of which was a four-bedroom penthouse and the other five two-bedroom apartments.The rental income potential from the five apartments was $171,080 a year, according to an RSL Art Union statement — with that jumping to estimated annual rental income of $238,680 if the penthouse was let out too.“The whole complex has been styled with $377,112 worth of furniture and electrical appliances. Secure garage with 12 car spaces, plus two public visitor spaces.” He also won two luxury Audis.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago The $5 million Gold Coast apartment block has six fully furnished units.‘Are you serious’ was the response from a struggling Queenslander who became an instant millionaire landlord this morning after winning an entire apartment block.The man from Boronia Heights in Logan, half an hour south of the Brisbane CBD, did not want to be named and was understood to be overwhelmed since being told he had won the latest RSL Art Union prize draw.“This prize will change our lives forever,” said the man, “There’s not much to say but thank you”.
A panel of experts commissioned by the university concluded that the process used to identify tissue derived from the adult stem cells was “significantly flawed, and that the interpretations based on these data, expressed in the manuscript, are potentially incorrect.” MINNEAPOLIS – A scientific panel says a 2002 study that suggested adult stem cells might be as useful as embryonic ones was flawed and its conclusions may be wrong, a finding that raises questions about the promise of a less controversial source for stem cells. The research by Catherine Verfaillie at the University of Minnesota concluded that adult stem cells taken from the bone marrow of mice could grow into an array of biological tissues, including brain, heart, lung and liver. So far only embryonic stem cells, which are commonly retrieved by destroying embryos at an early stage of development, are known to hold such regenerative promise. Many scientists believe they might one day be used to treat certain diseases and other conditions. Opponents of stem cell research seized on the 2002 findings as evidence that stem cell science could move forward without destroying embryos. But Verfaillie has acknowledged flaws in parts of the study after inquiries from the British magazine New Scientist. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!