10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.“They’ve got a fire pit at the back, a pool, a games room as well … and then it backs onto the forest.”It also has multiple outdoor entertainment areas that overlook the bushland, a garden shed, two double garages, two water tanks, a 3.1Kw solar system and a VacuMaid. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.Marketing agent Matt Micalleff, of Ray White Robina, said owners Christopher and Deanne Gregg bought the home in 2010.They built the second house six years ago to cater for their parents, who moved from overseas. “Now they have gone back and (the owners) need to downsize,” Mr Micaleff said.He said it was difficult to find properties of this size, which were ideal for large families.“It’s definitely unique and there’s nothing like it on the market at the moment,” Mr Micaleff said. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.IT may be big but this acreage property is perfectly hidden in the heart of Mudgeeraba Forest.The half acre block at 10-12 Pebble Creek Rd, Bonogin, features two houses and is surrounded by lush bushland.The main residence has five bedrooms and three bathrooms plus separate games and media rooms while the second house has two bedrooms. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago
Indianapolis, In. — Attorney General Curtis Hill today announced that his office is providing an online form enabling individuals to more easily report instances involving alleged abuse by clergy. The form may be found at the Attorney General’s homepage. “Recent national and international reports of alleged abuse committed by clergy members have prompted widespread concerns,” Attorney General Hill said. “Hoosiers are understandably worried that this kind of criminal activity might go underreported even here in Indiana. As a result, we have decided to make sure citizens have an available means of reporting any potential abuse so that authorities at all levels of government can pursue justice for victims.”Any forms submitted may be disclosed to appropriate law enforcement agencies in accordance with Indiana law. Anyone submitting a form may be contacted by an investigator.“Members of the clergy hold positions of great responsibility,” Attorney General Hill said. “People trust them and look to them for guidance. By providing this service, we help ensure that if ever a religious leader betrays that trust by committing an illegal act of abuse, he or she is more likely to be found out and investigated. Those who violate our laws must be held fully accountable for their actions.”To report incidents involving minors, individuals should call the Indiana Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 1-800-800-5556, which is administered by the Indiana Department of Child Services.