Top Gear Host to Build Lego House in Surrey

James MayTOP Gear television show host James May is looking for labourers to help build a new home almost made entirely of Lego.

The life-sized double-storey house will include a staircase, toilet and shower, and is expected to use more than three million Lego bricks, that have been donated by the Czech Republic.

The new Lego home is earmarked for a site at the Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, Surrey, and its development will appear as part of a new television series: Toy Stories.

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Olivia Newton John Cancer and Wellness Centre Opens in Heidelberg, Melbourne

TWENTY years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Australian entertainer Olivia Newton-John opened a landmark rehabilitation centre in Melbourne’s north-east this month (pictured, far right).

Olivia Newton-John thanked the Baillieu Liberal government for finalising funding for the $189 million Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre, which includes day and radiation oncology and complementary therapies such as acupuncture, massage, yoga, meditation and homeopathy.

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Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban Pay $6 Million For Sydney North Shore Penthouse

ACTRESS Nicole Kidman, and husband Keith Urban are reported to have paid $6 million for a penthouse apartment on Sydney’s lower north shore.

The penthouse, at Mirvac’s Latitude redevelopment in Lavender Street, Milsons Point, is built within the walls of a 1960s-built office building, formerly occupied by electronics giant Sharp.

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Actor Simon Baker Pays $1.5 Million For Farm Near Byron Bay, NSW

MENTALLIST star Simon Baker has paid $1.5 million for a farm at Nashua, near Byron Bay, on the New South Wales coast.Simon Baker

The 6.8 hectare property includes three bedrooms, two living rooms, tennis court, pool, shed and studio.

The Daily Telegraph reports a river also runs through the land. It says the Nashua settlement has an intricate of English countryside inspired laneways created by settlers.

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Bruce Mathieson to Retain Brighton Mansion

Pokie king Bruce Mathieson has withdrawn his Brighton mansion from the market. The five-bedroom property in Sandown Street on Brighton’s Golden Mile was mysteriously whisked off industry websites last month, sparking speculation that the house – on the market for more than $9 million 12 months ago and later reduced to $7.5 million – had actually been sold.

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Good Guys Andrew Muir Pays $17.75 Million for Steve Vizard’s Orrong Road Mansion

INSIDERS are all but certain the mystery buyer of Steve Vizard’s Orrong Road mansion is Good Guys electrical retailer Andrew Muir. Early speculation was that the house had been bought by Peter Edwards of the Smorgon family but he has vehemently denied this. Mr Muir is overseas and unavailable for comment.

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