Organisation RSF_en May 18, 2021 Find out more AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa News April 29, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders said it feared that the weekly Jeune Afrique-l’intelligent which disappeared from news stands had fallen victim to censorship. The missing 8-14 February number examined the role of the army in Algeria’s recent history.The magazine’s management said it had been given no reason for the fact that it had not been distributed.The international press freedom organisation said it feared the authorities had again turned the screw against press freedom and called for the magazine to be released for sale. Harassment of the independent press was a serious threat to free expression in Algeria, where a campaign for the 8 April 2004 presidential election is already under way.Issue no 2248 appeared to have been held back by the press section of the Ministry of Communications and Culture, which is responsible for authorising distribution of foreign publications. The magazine’s editor-in-chief Marwane Ben Yahmed told Reporters Without Borders, “It is the first time since 1998 that our newspaper has been suspended in Algeria. Of course, we were banned from 1976 to 1998 but since then, despite some trenchant criticism of the government, we have not had any problem.”Nothing has been said officially but I believe the five-page article, ‘Who the generals vote for’ did not go down well with everyone, without mentioning the Algerian edition which carried a big cover photo of General Lamari.” The article analysed the decisive role of the army in Algeria’s recent history.In less than a month, Reporters Without Borders has recorded 10 incidents of journalists being summoned, two arrests and two suspended prison sentences coupled with fines. May 12, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Algeria News to go further News Harassment of Algerian reporters intensifies in run-up to parliamentary elections Receive email alerts February 12, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Censorship fear as Jeune Afrique-l’intelligent disappears from news stands Algeria pressures reporters by delaying renewal of accreditation Help by sharing this information AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa News Algeria : Reporter jailed after covering Tuareg protests in southern Algeria
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26 Penina Cct, CornubiaTHE Cornubia real estate market remains strong but stock levels are low, says a local real estate agent. Natalia Nicholson, of Ray White Shailer Park, said buyers looking for a higher-end product tended to concentrate their search on Cornubia. “You do get more million-dollar homes in Cornubia and it does have the reputation of being one of the better suburbs in the area,” she said. “Every now and then we get first homebuyers looking but most buyers generally are looking for their second or third home.“The majority of people looking to buy into Cornubia are owner-occupiers.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The property at 26 Penina Cct, Cornubia, sold after strong interest from buyers.Ms Nicholson said homes in the area tended to be tightly held and didn’t last once placed on the market. “We can’t satisfy all the buyers wanting to buy into Cornubia – stock levels are extremely low,” she said. According to CoreLogic, houses in the suburb sell in 31 days on average and the median house price has increase by 9.8 per cent in the 12 months to February to sit at $585,000. Ms Nicholson and Ray Nicholson recently sold a 26 Penina Cct, Cornubia, for $530,000.“There was quite a bit of interest in the property. The home is in a secured estate so that always attracts a bit more interest,” she said. Ms Nicholson said that the new owners of the home were looking for an investment property they could move into within the near future.