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Issue No 85, March 2013

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Canungra State School leaders with Principal Colleen Murphy and State Member for Beaudesert, Jon Krause

Canungra’s Leaders of the Future

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Canungra State School leaders for 2013 were presented with their badges by Member for Beaudesert, Jon Krause on Tuesday 19th February.

Jon said being a school leader is a terrific learning experience, preparing students for challenges of public speaking, job applications and interviews in later life.

“Congratulations to the school captains, Amelia Ingram and Brody Hughes. I wish Canungra State School a terrific year in 2013” he said. School Happenings, page 18 - 19

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No Date for Goat Track Tackling Graffiti and Vandalism

The “Goat Track” (Tamborine Mountain Road) is likely to remain closed for several months following severe damage from storms and flooding associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald on the Australia Day weekend. Landslides due to heavy rain caused part of the road to collapse, leaving it unsafe and impassable for motorists. Cr Virginia West said the road will be reopened as it is an important route, not only for residents but also for emergency services vehicles between Canungra and Tamborine Mountain. A statement from Transport and Main Roads (TMR) said the Department is working The Goat Track will be with geotechnical experts to closed for several months. determine the full extent of the damage and determine how the road can be reconstructed. Member for Beaudesert, Jon Krause said he has inspected the road and had discussions with senior Main Roads staff as to the likely repairs needed. “I understand the frustration that detours can cause the travelling public, but Main Roads is working hard to re-open the road to Mount Tamborine as soon as it is safe to do so” Mr Krause said. “In the meantime residents living on the Goat Track prior to the slip site have access to their properties.” Motorists travelling from Canungra are advised to access Tamborine Mountain via Henri Robert Drive or Tamborine Oxenford Road.

By Chloe Pickard A parent-child sub-committee has been proposed to deal with rising graffiti and antisocial behavioural problems at Moriarty Park. The decision comes after the Moriarty Park Community Sporting Association committee held a meeting to discuss the escalating vandalism to the skatepark, playground and Moriarty Park hall itself. President Steve Moriarty said he has faced abuse from users while attempting to look after the park and that the committee is willing to support a skate park user group to take responsibility for looking after the park, raise funds and oversee its use. “If we get the kids engaged and taking ownership, they’ll have a better sense of community,” he said.

The vandalism has prevented expansions of the skate park, as the Moriarty Park committee are unwilling to spend more money if the facility is further abused after expansions. Rachel Hansen, whose children use the park regularly, said she was happier knowing there would be more community involvement and was interested in being on the sub-committee. “The community needs to work together with the kids. My son’s onboard and he’s got a couple of friends involved,” she said. The next meeting will be held on 16th March 10.30am at Moriarty Park. Any parents and children interested in the park’s future and wanting to join the sub-committee are encouraged to attend. For more information phone Steve Moriarty on 0407 130092.

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Canungra Uniting Church has had new life breathed into it by prisoners from the Palen Creek Correctional Centre. Canungra Uniting Church Maintenance Coordinator, Sue McKeay, said a group of prisoners, supervised by an officer from the Centre, painted the Church and hall under a community service program. “They started just before Christmas,” said Sue, “But they had some setbacks because of the weather - extreme heat and later rain and flooding. “The project was finished mid-February and we couldn’t be happier with the result. The quality of the work is outstanding.” Palen Creek’s Deputy General Manager, Chris Burgess, said up to five prisoners worked on this project as part of the Centre’s commitment to providing community service within the Scenic Rim Regional Council. This allows prisoners the opportunity to provide reparation back to the community for their offences. “This program is open to prisoners who are close to release,” Chris said, “It also assists with their rehabilitation and reintegration back into the community while providing the Parole Board with an additional assessment of their suitability for release. “Any not for profit organisation can apply through the Community Advisory Committee for assistance with projects. The organisations

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supply the materials and the prisoners supply the skills and labour. Often we have prisoners who have the appropriate skills to support the projects but we can also link into our TAFE programs for projects requiring specific skills.” Chris added that the prisoners have adequate supervision at all times and that sex offenders

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March 1st........ Jam Night at Canungra RSL Services Club. Ph: 0407 671 286. 6th....... Canungra Chamber of Commerce meeting, 6pm at Canungra RSL Club. Ph: 5543 5532. 15th..... Tamborine Mountain College Principal’s Morning Tea and Tour. 10am. Ph: 5545 3644. Easter - 29th March to 1st April April 3rd....... Canungra Chamber of Commerce open meeting re Community Bank. Ph: 5543 5532 September 11th...... Canungra Chamber of Commerce Invitation Golf Day. Ph: 5543 5532. 14th..... Federal election. Mondays: • Cribbage Tournament at Canungra Bowls Club, 7pm for 7.30pm start. Ph 5543 4456. • Beechmont Over 50’s at Graceleigh Hall, Beechmont. Ph 0457 803 045. • Fitness Training Moriarty Park Hall 5.30pm. Steve 0405 103 670. • Yoga classes at Moriarty Park. Call Shirley 5543 4047. Tuesdays: • Canungra Golf Club - Ladies’ Competition Golf Day. • Kokoda Playgroup at Kokoda Barracks Ph: Maureen 5618 6405 or Helen 0427 185 674. • Kundalini Yoga. 9.30am at Boyland. Cheryl: 0430 177 013, c.fraser@skymesh.com.au. • Zumba Gold. 4pm - 5pm at Canungra School of Arts Hall. Phone Sue 0427 171 134. Wednesdays: • Canungra Masters Swim Club 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Ph: Alanna 0409 752 997. • Fitness Training Moriarty Park Hall 5.30pm. Steve 0405 103 670. • FOLKS social lunch (except public holidays) 10am-2pm Moriarty Park. Ph: 5540 1423. • Justice of the Peace Community Signing Centre. Next to the library 1pm - 5pm. • QFRS - Auxiliary Urban Fire Service, Finch Rd, training 6.30pm. Call 0409 640 471. • Kundalini Yoga. 6.15pm at Boyland. Cheryl: 0430 177 013, c.fraser@skymesh.com.au. Thursdays: • Canungra Juniors Swim Club 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Ph: Alanna 0409 752 997. • Men’s Competition Golf Day at Canungra Golf Club. • Members’ Night at Canungra RSL Services Club. Raffles, Members Draw. Ph: 5543 5524. • Every 2nd Thursday Canungra Art & Culture Group. Showgrounds Art Hut. Ph: 5543 5528. • Business and Community night at Canungra Bowls Club 6pm for 6-30pm start. Ph 55434456 Fridays: • Justice of the Peace - Canungra Visitor Information Centre. Ph: 5543 5156. • Zumba Gold at Canungra School of Arts Hall, 6-7pm. Phone Sue 0427 171 134. Saturdays: • Mixed Competition Golf Day at Canungra Golf Club. • Seventh Day Adventist Church service 11am. Ph: 5543 8035. • Kundalini Yoga. 10am at Boyland. Cheryl: 0430 177 013, c.fraser@skymesh.com.au. Sundays: • Sunday afternoon at Canungra Hotel - live music, kids’s entertainment, great food. • Canungra Masters Swim Club 8:30 am to 10:00 am. Ph: Alanna 0409 752997 • Bare Foot Bowls at Canungra Bowls Club from 9.30am. Ph: 5543 4456. • Church Services: St Luke’s Anglican Church 7.45am. Canungra Uniting Church 10.30am. Monthly: • 1st Wednesday - Canungra Chamber of Commerce Meeting. Ph: 0407 671 286 for details. • 3rd Tue: Canungra Rural Fire Brigade monthly meeting. Jamie 5543 5778. • 1st Sun: Canungra Pony Club Rally Day. Ph: 0400 436 867. • 2nd Sun: Canungra RSL Club Muso’s Session (Open Mike) from 1pm. Ph: 5543 5524. • 3rd Sun: Beechmont Markets, 8am-12pm. 0458 233 080.

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Canungra School Awarded Environment Grant

Member for Beaudesert Jon Krause was pleased to visit Canungra State School on Tuesday 19th February to congratulate the school P&C, staff and students on receiving funding under the State Governments Everyone’s Environment Grants program. “Students from Canungra State School’s “Green Team” are joining with community volunteers to carry out restoration work on Canungra Creek with the funds from the grants,” Mr Krause said. “The School P&C received $9,610 in the first phase of grants in December 2012 to help manage weed species and increase biodiversity of the creek ecosystem. “The P&C is also planning to hold a number of working bees through the year to engage with students and the wider community to improve our local environment. “This is a great initiative that encourages school students to appreciate and look after their local environment and the government is proud to support their efforts. I commend the School for taking this action.” Canungra State School Principal, Colleen Murphy, said the grant will enable the school to pay a company to carry out weed clearing and planting in areas which are not safe for students and volunteers. “This grant enables us to focus our time and energy on weed clearing and planting in areas where the children can be involved,” she said. The Everyone’s Environment grants will provide $12 million in funding to practical environmental projects over the next three years. $1.3 million was initially allocated under the first phase of the grants program, with a further 29 projects announced in January totaling $1.6 million.” Applications for round two of the grants will be called in the middle of this year.

Jon Krause congratulates Canungra State School Principal, Colleen Murphy and Green Team members Fiona Williams and Jodie Clifford on their environment grant.

Notices

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MUSICAL MORNINGS – UNDER TUSCAN SKIES Sparkling Italian opera favourites Fri 1 Mar 11am $16; Groups 10+ $12.50 Have Your Say – Draft Corporate Plan 2013-2018 Col Hodgson Plaque Unveiling @ Boonah Cultural Centre Council acknowledges the time and effort devoted by local Community feedback is invited on Council’s Draft Corporate Peak Crossing resident Col Hodgson in establishing the Peak FLAMENCO FIRE Plan 2013-2018. The Corporate Plan states the approach Council will use over the next five years to achieve the vision Mountain View Park. His efforts in planting and caring for GYPSY PATHWAYS many of the trees helped make the park the attraction it for the region as outlined in the Community Plan 2011Seductive music, has become. In recognition of Mr Hodgson’s contribution, 2026. It will form Council’s planning framework, providing dance & song a plaque has been installed within the park and will be the strategic direction to guide decision-making. The Draft Sat 23 Mar 7.30pm Adults $25; Conc $22; Corporate Plan 2013-2018 can be reviewed via the Have Your unveiled at 11am on Monday 11 March. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Council’s Infrastructure Services Child $18 Say section on Council’s website, or at Council’s customer Directorate on 5540 5111 or mail@scenicrim.qld.gov.au @The Centre Beaudesert service centres until the consultation period closes on 20 March, 2013. Written submissions should be addressed to: (please reference ‘Col Hodgson Plaque Unveiling’ and include CINEMA your name and contact phone number) for catering purposes Chief Executive Officer, Scenic Rim Regional Council, CELLULOID HEROES @ by Thursday 7 March 2013. PO Box 25, Beaudesert, Qld, 4285. Boonah Cultural Removal of Unapproved Roadside Signage Centre all $5 Cultural Trails of the Scenic Rim 2013 Advertising signs and devices must be displayed in (times under film titles) The 2013 Cultural Trails of the Scenic Rim booklet has been accordance with a planning scheme or Subordinate Local Fargo (MA) – Arthouse launched, featuring 86 artists opening their studios across Law No. 1.4 (Installation of Advertising Devices) 2011 to Wed 27 Feb 1pm & 7pm 24 locations over 5 weekends in May and June as part of ensure signs are displayed safely and do not detract from Freaky Friday – the popular Open Studios trail. A variety of other events visual amenity of the area. Depending on the nature of a The Hunger (M) and experiences are also highlighted, including community sign or device, an application may be required to be lodged Fri 1 Mar 7pm markets, agricultural shows, festivals, children’s activities, with Council for approval. Unapproved advertising signs and (David Bowie) galleries, tours, accommodation and more. Keep an eye out devices on roadways will be removed and impounded in line Jacques Tati Double (G) for your free copy, available soon at Council’s Cultural Centres, with Council’s local law. This includes signs attached to trees Playtime & M. Hulot’s customer service centres and libraries, visitor information or road infrastructure; signs placed on public lands or council- Holiday centres and a range of local studios and outlets. For further controlled roadsides without local law approval. For further Sat 2 Mar 1pm information visit www.liveatthecentre.com.au or phone information contact Council’s Environment and Development Sound of Music (G) Compliance Team on 5540 5444. The Centre on 5540 5050. Sat 9 Mar 7pm

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In Brief...

Disaster Income Recovery Scheme Approved The Federal Government has declared the Scenic Rim Regional Council area eligible for the Disaster Income Recovery Scheme. The Scheme is designed to subsidise income lost during the floods and storms. The scheme covers both employees and small business owners. This is a Federal Government Scheme and applications should be made to a Centrelink Office or by phoning Centrelink on 180 22 66. This is a separate payment to those made under the Disaster Recovery Payment Scheme, and the Scenic Rim Regional Council area has not been declared by the Federal Government to be eligible for that scheme. Boutique Brewery for Tamborine Council has approved the establishment of a boutique brewery at Tamborine. The Beard and Brau Brewery will produce handcrafted, micro-brewed beers as a home-based business on a 1.7ha property. The brewery will produce up to 20,000 litres of beer per year in 800-litre batches, . “The Scenic Rim is already home to number of boutique breweries, distilleries and wineries, many of them award-winning enterprises,” Planning and Development Committee Chair Cr Jennifer Sanders said. Cr Sanders said the home-based business was essentially a manufacturing operation, so it would not be open to customers or the general public.

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Recovery Funding For Sports Clubs

Member for Beaudesert Jon Krause is encouraging local sporting and recreational clubs affected by the recent extreme weather event to apply for the Government’s $1 million recovery fund, and start getting back on their feet. Mr Krause said clubs were eligible for grants up to $25,000 under the Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program, to replace much needed equipment and repair clubhouses and grounds.

One-off funding grants will be available to eligible flood-affected clubs and organisations in local government areas across Queensland. Application forms are available from Sport and Recreation Service Centres, at www.nprsr.qld.gov.au or by calling 1300 656 191 for assistance. Applications will remain open until Friday 10 May 2013.


Storytime for Under 5’s

Storytime at Canungra Library has started on Wednesdays at 3.30pm. Scenic Rim Librarian Raylene Jensen said the first session was a rousing success, despite coinciding with a community services disaster response day. Everyone is welcome to bring their toddlers along to join in the fun. There are books and stories, with singing and dancing, followed by craft. Any age between 0-5 can join in Storytime, giving older siblings and parents time to browse the bookshelves.

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Canungra’s Kate Raymont, of Hinterland Harvest Catering, will be featured on Channel 7’s program Queensland Weekender. Kate has joined with Nathan Overall of Worendo B&B to host cooking classes for Wild Lime Cooking School. Set in idyllic surrounds in The Lost World, Darlington, Kate said the classes allow her to share her passion for food with other people. Queensland Weekender host Chris

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Australia Day Weekend Flooding

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Ben Hansen of Canungra at the Clagiraba Road crossing, Clagiraba. Photo: Craig Hanesn

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Chamber Investigates Banking Facility

Canungra Chamber of Commerce is investigating the feasibility of a community bank for the town. The community banking model which has been successfully operated by Bendigo Bank around Australia, is one option of several options which the Chamber is investigating. The Community Bank is a locally owned and operated company which functions as a franchise of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. The Chamber will hold an open meeting on Wednesday 3rd April with guest speakers Wilson Neuendorf (Chairman, Kalbar Community and District Branch, Bendigo Bank) and John Blackburn (retired member, Board of Directors, Fernvale Bendigo Bank). A spokesman from Bendigo Bank will also be present to answer questions. Chamber President, Shane Stevenson said the reopening of a banking facility in Canungra would be of benefit to both the business and residential community at large. “I would encourage any business owners, residents or intertested parties to come along and attend the meeting to assist in gauging interesd in this possible venture being undertaken.,” said Shane. The meeting will be held at the Canungra RSL Services Club on Wednesday 3rd April from 6pm. All interested members of the public are invited to attend.

Gift hampers were distributed to Canungra families

Op Shop Blessings Distributed

Canungra Op Shop has distributed $3,000 of its profits to four families in Canungra who had been affected by lifethreatening illness. Each family recieved a $500 “care package” of their choice including vouchers from Food works, Coles, Woolworths, dental bills, electricity bills and help with school books. The dentist joined in the spirit of giving and did a “two for the price of one” deal for one of the recipients and the High

School on Tamborine matched the book contribution with uniforms. Treasurer of Canungra Op Shop Michelle Aldridge said, “It has encouraged us in our work with the shop as it is a struggle to keep in running because we have so few volunteers.” Also helping the community have been the Op Shop’s free health and nutrition DVDs. They have proved so popular that the shop has purchsed a bulk load of blank DVDs to use for future health subjects.

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Orchid and Foliage Show

The Beaudesert District Orchid and Foliage Society’s Autumn Show for orchid and foliage plant will be held on the weekend of 9th and 10th March in the Canungra School of Arts Hall in Pine Orchids on display at the Street, Canungra. Autumn Show Orchids ferns, begonias, and bromeliads will be on display. Several local growers will be selling orchids and giving advice while trade tables will be selling orchid and plant growing accessories and plant products. There will be also a cake stall run by a local organisation. Well-known orchid and foliage plant enthusiast, John Roberts, will be speaking on “Orchids for Beginners” at 9am and 11am on the Saturday and from 10.30pm on the Sunday. The show runs from 8am to 3pm on the Saturday and from 9am to 3pm on the Sunday. Admission is $3.

Prime Minister Julia Gillan has announced Saturday 14th September 2013 as polling day for the 2013 federal election. The Prime Minister has further announced that later this year, the Prime Minister will advise the Governor-General to dissolve the House of Representatives with writs to be issued on Monday 12th August for an election for the House and half of the Senate, to be held on Saturday 14th September.

On the basis of the writ being issued by the Governor-General, as indicated by the Prime Minister, on 12th August, and the election date being 14th September, the 2013 election timetable will be: • Close of rolls: 8pm, Monday, 19th August. • Close of candidate nominations: 12 midday, Thursday, 22nd August. • Declaration of candidate nominations: 12 midday, Friday, 23rd August. • Polling day: Saturday, 14 September.

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Meet the Blues

Residents have the opportunity to meet NSW footballers Brad Fittler, Nathan Hindmarsh and Ian Schubert as they stop in Canungra for Charity Bike Ride HOGs for Homeless on Tuesday 5th March. The riders start at Kiama in NSW on 1st March, and travel through Tamworth, Canungra and Tweed Heads before finishing the ride in Sydney. They will stop for lunch at the Canungra Hotel for a meet and greet from 12 noon until 1.30pm. They are also raffling off a Harley Davidson 883, which is travelling with them and will have other riders and Holden support vehicles at the Hotel. HOGs for Homeless raises money for Sydney Charity ‘Youth Off the Streets’, a non-denominational community organisation working for young people who are homeless, drug dependent and recovering from abuse. Since opening in 1991, Youth Off The Streets has grown from a single food van delivering meals to young homeless people on the streets of Kings Cross to a major youth specific agency offering a full continuum of care through delivery of a wide range of services. For bookings and more information phone the Canungra Hotel on 5543 5233.

Fr Allan Paulsen Moves On

By Diane Ayscough President of the St Luke’s Anglican Guild Canungra At the end of 2012 we farewelled our priest of seven years, Allan Paulsen and his wife Michele to take up the position of Rector in the parish of Hervey Bay. Since moving to Hervey Bay Father Allan has become the Archdeacon of the Hervey Bay district. We have been blessed to have Revd Jim Stonier as Locum until a new priest is appointed. Revd Jim is a wonderful asset to St Luke’s and everyone is welcome to come to our weekly Sunday Service, held at 7.45am. There is always morning tea and a chat afterwards. We have a Bible study class commencing on the first Tuesday of March at the Church. We welcome everyone to join us.

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Canungra Scouts at Jamboree

Canungra Scout Group at Jamboree

By Leigh Bartlett Canungra Scout Group started 2013 with a bang with six youth members attending the Australian Jamboree in Maryborough from New Years day to 13th January. Many new friendships were made which will last a lifetime. The night time entertainment ranged from Reece Mastin to Jess Mauboy, magician Constantino to comedian Josh Thomas. A special thanks to everyone who supported their fundraising efforts. Canungra Scouts were lucky enough to be able to assist 40 Tasmanian scouts and their leaders who were staying with us to enjoy the Gold Coast for a few days after Jamboree before heading home. This year Canungra’s Venturer Scouts will attend Queensland Venture in Far North Queensland where they will

participate in bungee jumping, white water rafting and a range of other extreme activities. Canungra’s Cubs and Scouts will be attending water activities, abseiling and a number of camps throughout the year as well as our regular parade nights. The youth numbers have grown significantly over the past couple of years and Canungra Scout Group is in desperate need of adults to come on board as leaders in the Scout and Venturer Sections. If you enjoy working with and inspiring our local young people and have some time each week that you are willing to share please contact the Group Leader Leigh Bartlett on 0422 763 404. All training is nationally recognised and you will be fully supported.


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

From My Window... It Takes a Village to Raise a Child Canungra, to me, means community. It is a place where I generally feel safe and where I feel my children are safe. We know a lot of people in town, we know most of the business people and we know a lot of the residents. People are about each other in this town. They care about the way the town looks, and they don’t take kindly to people destroying and defacing our parks and buildings. Over the last few months, Moriarty Park has been defaced by vandals. The children’s playground, which was donated by the kindergarten when it closed, had shade sails torn by teenagers climbing up poles and destroying them. The fence, which was put up to keep young children safe when parents are watching older chidlren play sport, was ripped apart and had to be taken down. Some parents are too scared to take their young children to play there because of the language and threatening attitude of other users of the park. As a community, what do we do? How do we show these kids that there is a better way to behave than being destructive? Unfortunately, I don’t have any answers. Maybe there aren’t any. For some people maybe there is a destructive streak which is innate, however for most I think the issue is that the people who are destroying the community’s property have no respect. No respect for other members of the community who want to use these facilities; no respect for the people who are running the organisations like Moriarty Park and the soccer club; and no respect for themselves. Community - it means looking after each other, having pride in our surroundings, supporting each other. How do we teach kids to do that? Can it be taught? I’m not sure, but as the saying goes: It takes a village to raise a child.

Keer

Dear Editor, I wrote recently about the lack of interest from certain departmental staff in improving access to Lamington National Park (What constitutes a Rest Area?). I am very heartened by two recent facts which indicate a welcome change in attitude. The first of these took place after the Australia Day weekend, when three park staff, headed by the acting Ranger-in-Charge, completed, in one very long and arduous day, the herculean task of clearing debris off the road which gives access to the Green Mountains section of the park from Canungra. This prevented much disappointment for visitors, and has impressed all those closely associated with the park. Such application to an obstacle thrown up by Nature is reminiscent of the work of the pioneers who opened up the park in the early twentieth century. The second is the appeal by the afore-mentioned ranger for trained volunteers to assist in clearing the walking tracks blocked by so many falls of vegetation. Previous attitudes would have resulted in the tracks being closed for many more months. I am pleased to stand corrected on the opinion I expressed last month. I have never before been so delighted to be wrong. Hopefully this is the way of the future – no, not my being wrong, but having rangers in place who want others to know and value our park. Colleybee Jimboomba Letters to the Editor Letters to The Canungra Times must carry the sender’s name, home address and day and evening phone numbers (phone numbers are not for publication). Pseudonyms are not accepted. We do not acknowledge receipt of unpublished letters. Ideally, letters will be a maximum of 250 words. By submitting your letter for publication you agree that we may edit it for legal, space or other reasons and may, after publication in the newspaper, republish it on the internet or in other media. Please send letters by email to news@canungratimes.com.au or by post to: The Canungra Times, 1 Lawton Lane, Canungra QLD 4275

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Council Comment

By Cr Virginia West Scenic Rim Regional Council

EX-TROPICAL CYCLONE OSWALD Well, didn’t the weather over the Australia Day weekend wreak havoc throughout the entire Scenic Rim area?. Thankyou to all the local businesses who offered power points to those residents without power, to the Showgrounds committee for their offer of hot showers and to FoodWorks for their free water and discounted ice. Thank you also to Energex and the SES who worked through difficult conditions to restore power and assist residents. I guess an event such as this makes us all think what items we did not have in our homes which could have made life so much easier; two that spring to mind are a battery powered radio and one of the older style phones that plug only into the telephone socket and function when there is no power. Items one doesn’t think about until an event such as the one we have experienced. COUNCIL CLEAN UP You will have noticed that in the immediate days following the wind and rain Council officers “made safe” the roads, bridges and parks, in that the debris has been moved safely off the public areas, and they will be returning in the coming weeks to remove it. All the road and bridge networks - and that’s a lot of kilometres - have been assessed by the Works team and repair work has commenced in a prioritised manner but will obviously take some time. GOAT TRACK UPDATE The Goat Track is currently closed to all traffic due to an embankment failure along the one way portion of the road and Transport and Main Roads (TMR) are currently working with geotechnical experts to determine the full extent of the damage. Although unable at this stage to say when the road may be open again TMR have advised they will be undertaking the repairs as soon as possible but reconstruction could take many months. I can assure you that Council is aware of the importance of this link road and are advocating strongly on your behalf. You can subscribe to TMR community updates on tmr.qld.gov.au. SOCIAL MEDIA With the storm event the use of the Council’s Disaster Management Facebook site proved invaluable as a way for residents (and councillors) to be kept up to date with the situation. I understand it is not effective when one has no power or telephone service but even once restored it was one of the ways Council could communicate the State Government assistance updates and Recovery Centre progress as well as road closure updates and other important information. I would encourage all residents with internet access to set up an account with either Facebook or Twitter, even if it is purely for use in disaster events. ‘Liking’ Council’s Disaster Management page or following on Twitter will ensure you are alerted to any important information in future disaster or emergency events. While these two pages can be viewed even if you do not have an account, you will need to check the page regularly as you will not be automatically alerted to any new information. Facebook www.facebook.com/ScenicRimRC Twitter www.twitter.com/SRRCouncilEOC DISASTER INCOME RECOVERY SUBSIDY The Federal Govt has now announced the (DIRS) which is available to eligible employees, small businesses and farmers in the Scenic Rim who can demonstrate they have experienced a loss of income as a direct result of the severe weather and floods. For more information contact Emergency Assistance Hotline on 1802266 or Centrelink website.

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School Happenings - Canungra State School - February 2013 Students of the Week - Well done to these 29th January - The Start Of A New School Year Students and staff began the new school year on Tuesday 29th January, students for setting a fine example! although the rain and flooding kept many students at home - some without power. The school was up and running, ready to welcome the students thanks to the efforts of office staff, grounds staff, cleaners, uniform and tuck shop convenors, teachers and other staff, and the principal and deputy principal. 30th January - First School Parade A Welcome to Country was performed by Ken Markwell, a Senior Wangerriburra custodian, who welcomed all members of the school community to his people’s country in the language of the Wangerriburra people. Ken explained that Wangerriburra is one of eight clan groups of the Yugambeh Language Region which extends from the Tweed Valley to upper Logan River region and Beenleigh. He also told the assembly that ‘Wangerriburra’ means ‘home of the pretty faced wallaby.’ The school thanks Ken, his ancestors and the Wangerriburra people for welcoming them to this beautiful land.

12th February Gemma Middleton

HOGs had morning tea at school on 3rd February

3rd February - HOGs At The School On Sunday 3rd February the HOGS (Harley Owner’s Group) arrived at the school. This was a spectacular event with up to 180 Harley Davidson motorbikes driving into the school grounds, where the P&C provided them with sandwiches, cakes and biscuits for morning tea. This was the first P&C Fundraiser for the year. 6th February - Total Football Academy Demonstration Total Football Academy are running an after school soccer program during Term One at the school for Prep to Year 4. During the six week program, games will be played inside an inflatable soccer field, which captures the imagination of students, giving them a great soccer experience.  Training will focus on different skills each week, such as dribbling, turning and shooting. 11th February - School Swimming Commences Students from Years One to Seven began their school swimming lessons at Moriarty Park swimming pool.

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19th February Hannah Gill

12th February - Masonic Lodge Bursaries Announced Michael Fraser, on behalf of the Tamborine Masonic Lodge, announced the 2013 recipients of the Masonic Lodge bursaries at Parade. Congratulations to Amelia Ingram and Carlan Shepherd who were awarded these bursaries. These students will benefit from $150 each which will go towards the costs associated with their music studies. These students were selected for their outstanding commitment to learning to play their instrument, for always being prepared and well practised and for being responsible, reliable and talented members of the School Band. 19th February - School Captains And House Captains State MP Jon Krause presented students with their badges on parade. The following leadership positions were announced: School Captains: Amelia Ingram and Brody Hughes. House Captains: Sarabah - Kaileb McConnell and Nathan Williams; Witheren - Abbey Thorogood and Jasper Boland; Wonglepong - Macey Young and Chloe Rankin; Flying Fox - Joshua Aiken and Bella King. Student Council Representatives: Morgan Lee, Carlan Shepherd, Jack Harrold and Abbey Klementsen. School Watch: Chloe Rankin, Nadia Newell, Victoria Lee and Hamish Norris. Moriarty Park Representatives: Maddison Purtill, Abbey Hamel, Emily O’Connell and Ky Shuttleworth. Canungra Show Society Representatives: Katie Hastie, Georgia Worboyes and Ebony Thompson. Band Captains: Aiden Bell-McNee and Lucas Harrold. Green Team: Ben Aylward and Joshua Van Roevan.


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Canungra State School Green Team School Environment Management Plan

By Jodie Clifford, Green Team The Canungra State School Green Team recognise the importance in preserving and enhancing the natural environment, and strive to incorporate sustainable initiatives throughout the school community. The School Environmental Management Plan (SEMP) was developed by the Green Team in 2010 to outline baseline data and set benchmarks for energy consumption and waste output. The SEMP has provided a clear Environmental Strategy that incorporates the following Green Team projects: • Canungra Creek Restoration Project, • Wangerriburra Cultural Trail and Bushtucker Garden, • Canungra State School Food Garden and Cooking Club Projects, • Canungra State School Worm Farm. The Canungra State School Green Team place a strong emphasis on cultivating environmental projects at the school. Working collaboratively with staff, students and parents, the Green Team continue to develop a solid skills and knowledge base. Our world is developing and changing at a rapid pace and the kids of today are the leaders of tomorrow. Green Team projects are providing a solid platform for students to create long-lasting learning opportunities in the field of Environmental Sustainability. The Green Team’s first activity for the year is Clean Up Australia Day. School’s Clean Up Day is on Friday 1st March and a community event will be held at the school on Saturday 2nd March from 8-10.30am. You can register on the Clean Up Aus Day site (http://www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/Green+Team+Kindy+Site) or just turn up. The focus is ‘weed clean up’. Please come and enjoy making a difference with a great group of people. Ensure you wear closed footwear, a hat and protective clothing. We will provide a freshly cooked sausage sizzle sponsored by FoodWorks for all of our fantastic volunteers!

CT’s Movie Review

By Keer Moriarty

Beautiful Creatures

Rated: MA. Length: 1 hour, 24 mins. Director: Richard LaGravenese Cast: Alden Ehrenreich, Alice Englert, Jeremy Irons. Set in the American South, Beautiful Creatures tells the story of Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich), a teenage boy who dreams of escaping the small-minded town he lives in. He falls in love with newcomer, Lena, who is ostracised and persecuted by the other students at their high school. Although many people have said this film is similar to the Twilight series, it has a different feel to it. There is the ‘mortal falling in love with a supernatural being’ theme but Beautiful Creatures is lighter in atmosphere and mood than Twilight - which may be because Kristen Stewart isn’t in it, hanging about sulking and looking moody. In fact, it is more a combination of Twilight and the 1980s film Footloose (without the music). Beautiful Creatures has its niche in the teen and pre-teen market and will certainly appeal to most people in that age group.

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Canungra FoodWorks is now holding their Easter raffle with three great hampers to win. Just spend $50 instore to enter! They are also having a colouring in competition for primary school children eligible to enter. Prizes are three hampers each with a $10 Foodworks voucher. Colouring in competition forms can be picked up from Canungra Foodworks and should be returned by 24th March.

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Find A Word - Easter

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In the course of a month a lot happens. You will have it all; from plumbing the depths of dog-paddling confusion while everything is in Pisces, to flying high with after-burners on, as all those soggy planets head into Aries. Consider this a time of gestation and birth. One minute you are as comfortable as can be - the next you are dancing around like a bull on a hot tin roof. Don’t take your comfort for granted. That’s just sleepiness. If you are ready for change, then it won’t come as a rude awakening. Relax like a cat - with one eye open.

GEMINI (May 21 – June 21)

Mercury is in no hurry to move out of Pisces, even though other planets are. This has implications for you. You aren’t going to be bullied into acting impetuously when your intuition is telling you something different is required. Don’t be bluffed into activity for activities sake.

CANCER (June 22 – Jul 22)

While most of the planets have been in water signs, you have been softening and deepening in the seventh heaven. Change though, was always going to come. As the planets make their way out of the water and into the fire of Aries, so you must kick into action. Make changes.

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Over the next four weeks the Sun first meanders through Pisces, which puts out your fire – and then moves into explosive Aries, which reignites all your passion. The transition will have to be handled delicately. If you are frustrated with the wait you will come out angry.

VIRGO (Aug 23 – Sept 22)

31 Clues: Across 3. Tyranny 8. Move something with great effort 9. An equal status 11. Change the situation of 12. Individual human being 15. Venture to have the courage to do 18. Occurring often 19. One who brings back to original state 20. Listen attentively 24. Pre dinner savoury 27. A round body 28. A utility truck 30. Uttered words 31. Fragrance

Down 1. Gave away a part of 2. A tool for driving nails 3. Search energetically for 4. A bludgeon 5 Folklaw giant 6. Egyptian nature goddess 7. A person’s look or bearing 10. Become visible 13. Not smooth 14. Rightful possessor of something 16. Tropical palm trees of Asia 17. Additional 18. Not remember 21. Heavy hook with cable for holding ships 22. Person in charge of zoo animals 23. Put clothes through clean water 24. To blacken by burning 25 Require 26. Exert force to draw towards 29. An immense age

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Life has felt a lot like you are drifting in a rudderless boat through a vast and feckless ocean. This is not fun for a proactive soul such as yourself. That patch is pretty much over – and it will be over with a bang. As the Sun goes into Aries, adventures come in with a fanfare.

LIBRA (Sept 23 – Oct 23)

Venus makes the shift from Pisces to Aries, from gestation to action. As she moves, so you move. Be aware as you rest, that this rest is preparation for movement. It is not an end in itself. Deepen your inner strength so that you are well directed when it’s time to move.

SCORPIO (Oct 24 – Nov 21)

As water turns to fire, you of all the star signs, are the least fazed. This shift is in your make up. Somehow putting feeling and action together is seamless for scorpions. This is what makes you a force to be reckoned with. Point it in the direction of creativity and awareness.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 – Dec 21)

With Jupiter in Gemini, your on-going philosophic enquiry has hit the existential fact of paradox. There are no straight lines. Nothing is purely good or purely bad. We don’t just breathe in, we breathe out too. This floors the part of you that would like a dogma. Stay open.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22 – Jan 19)

Saturn is retrograde. It appears to be going backwards. This tends to be a time when significant learning is brought to bear. Saturn being the planet of obstacles, you could be asked to check in which way you are getting in your own way. By seeing this you will get free of it.

AQUARIUS (Jan 20 – Feb 18)

Rebelliousness is a tricky thing. How many rebels have gotten into power and then proceeded to act in exactly the same way as those they have rebelled against? We become that which we fight. You will have to be very alert not to fall into the same trap. Act intelligently.

PISCES (Feb 19 – Mar 20)

The Sun, Venus and Mars depart Pisces over the next month. Relationship can’t gestate forever. At some point action has to happen. Either it’s on or it’s off. Your desire to individuate is too strong to remain in a holding pattern forever. Though you act, act intuitively.

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Queensland Weapons Amnesty

A three month weapons amnesty took effect across the state from 1st February 2013. The Queensland Government announced a state-wide amnesty from prosecution for the surrender and registration of weapons and unregistered firearms during the amnesty period, which ends on 30th April 2013. Deputy Commissioner (Specialist Operations) Ross Barnett said members of the public would be encouraged to hand back and surrender unregistered firearms and other weapons for destruction. “Included in the announcement to reform Queensland weapons legislation was a reference to include a firearms hand back scheme and firearm registration amnesty,” Deputy Commissioner Barnett said. “Appropriately licensed members of the public will be encouraged to register previously unregistered firearms through firearms dealers, armourers, firearms sporting clubs as well as police stations. “The amnesty allows firearm owners who have an unregistered firearm, to register it under their current licence. “Additionally, unlicensed owners can apply for a licence and anyone can surrender their unregistered firearm to be destroyed or sold to a firearms dealer. “Police stations in regional areas will have access to a mobile destruction van when a regional destruction centre has been inundated with surrendered firearms. “The three mobile destruction vans are fitted with a hydraulic press and a circular saw to efficiently destroy the firearms.  Unregistered firearms can be surrendered during the amnesty to local firearms dealers or police station without prosecution for its possession. Personal details or reasons for the possession may not be required. People who hold a current Weapons Act licence for the relevant category can apply to register a firearm at a shooting club, firearms dealer, armourer or local police station without prosecution for its possession. For more information, call the Firearms Amnesty Information Line during business hours on 1300 833 548 or email: firearmsamnesty@ police.qld.gov.au.

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Legal Talk Conveyancing Tips By Suzanne Roberts Practice Director, Informed Conveyancing Lawyers Deposits – Be Clear When They are Payable and How Much is Payable When signing a contract, an initial deposit is generally required at this stage or within 2 or 3 working days from signing the contract. It is quite often a small amount such as $1,000.00 or $2,000.00. A balance deposit is generally due once your contract has become ‘unconditional’ e.g. once your finance application has been approved. Be aware of when the deposit is due, and how much deposit is due to be paid. Deposits can be made by either: • Providing cash, personal cheque or bank cheque to the Stakeholder; • Depositing cash, personal cheque or bank cheque into the Stakeholder’s account by way of branch deposit; or • By Telegraphic Transfer (in branch bank transfer) or Electronic Funds Transfer (Internet Banking transfer). In order to meet your obligations under the contract, the deposit monies must be in the Stakeholder’s Trust Account by 5.00 p.m. on the due date. Do not under any circumstances ‘EFT/Internet Bank Transfer’ the deposit monies on the due date because those funds will not be in the Stakeholder’s account by 5.00 p.m. on the due date and you could be considered to be in default under the terms of the Contract, and possibly risk losing the contract AND your deposit! Always contact your Solicitor before you intend to pay your deposit! Disclaimer: This article is intended for general information only and no person should rely on its contents. Rather they should obtain legal advice from a qualified professional person. None of the publisher, author or editors are responsible for the results of any actions taken in reliance on the information in this article and expressly disclaim all or any liability, howsoever caused, arising from or in connection with this article.


Nature’s Gems Fan-Tailed Cuckoo

(Cacomantis flabelliformis) By Melissa Whitby Birds throughout the world have adopted extraordinary techniques to reproduce their offspring. One of the most bizarre groups that do this is the Cuckoos. For anyone who is not familiar with the work of the cuckoo family, these birds lay their eggs in the nest of other bird species. Frequently, once the egg of the cuckoo species is laid, the cuckoo will then remove an egg of the host bird. The eggs of cuckoo species are usually similar looking to that of the host bird. Or, once the cuckoo chick hatches it may push the eggs of the host bird from the nest. Thirteen species of cuckoo can be identified in Australia. Nine of these have been recorded in South-East Queensland. One of the most common cuckoo species that can be encountered in South-East Queensland is the Fan-tailed Cuckoo. This bird is usually heard before it is seen. Therefore, it is an advantage to know the call as you may encounter the whereabouts of this bird species more quickly then systemically looking for it. Fan-tailed Cuckoos have a yellow eye-ring, orangebrown chest, grey upperparts and unique patterning on the underside of the tail. A similar species to the Fan-tailed Cuckoo is the Brush Cuckoo. The Brush Cuckoo is paler in colour to the Fan-tailed Cuckoo and lacks the orangebrown chest. Fan-tailed Cuckoos can be seen in a variety of habitats. These include scrub valleys, rainforest, gardens, orchards, roadsides and paddocks. The range of this bird is continuous along the east coast of Australia and extends into Tasmania and coastal South Australia and southern Western Australia. As discussed above, all cuckoos have an interesting reproducing technique. Usually, host bird species of the Fan-tailed Cuckoo include thornbills, fairy-wrens and scrub-wrens. The months of breeding include June to January. Only one egg is laid in the nest of the host bird. Fan-tailed Cuckoo chicks have demanding appetites and the small birds that are their host parents are usually run ragged in an effort to provide the chick with food. Cuckoos are unusual birds and the bird in the photograph that accompanies this article had moved into my parents’ backyard for several weeks. In all my time of birding, I had never seen a Fan-tailed Cuckoo so relaxed in the vicinity of humans. These birds are migratory and can move on as quickly as they arrive. So, for anyone interested in viewing Aussie cuckoo species, I suggest listening for their intriguing breeding calls!

AWL Pets of the Month Carlton 15825: What a big, handsome, Pumpkin 12328: Pumpkin is a beautiwell mannered, sociable, loving guy is ful, affectionour Carlton! ate girl who He is a social loves human boy with other company. dogs, seems to She is never enjoy his bed happier than probably a little when she has too much! And legs to rub or is loving and heads to butt. always looking to his handler for the next She is a instruction. small cat who would much rather have no Carlton is four years old and is an other feline or dog friends in her home. Australian Cattledog cross - Border Pumpkin is seven years old and is a Collie. domestic short hair cross. Carlton is $240 and is already desexed, Pumpkin is $120 and is already microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, flea-treated. wormed and flea-treated. To meet Carlton or Pumpkin contact the Gold Coast Rehoming Centre to see if they are still available, or visit the AWL web site for more information. AWL (QLD) - Shelter Road, Coombabah

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Natural Beauty - On Top of the World

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5543 4355 M: 0419 654 549 F: 5543 4366 E: gold@hinterlandgold.com.au W: www.hinterlandgold.com.au A: Shop 1, 38 Christie Street Canungra Qld 4275

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Stylish Cedar Two Storey Home, 4 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, 1 Car High Pitched Ceilings, Timber Flooring, Mountain Views Located walking distance to Canungra Township Two Street Access, Pool and Garden Shed Land size—1300 Sqm

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Open Plan Design, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, 8 Car Two Covered Outdoor Entertainment Areas Air-Con, Fireplace, Established Gardens 10m X 9.9m Barn Style Shed Land Size—8332 Sqm

$510,000


Owners Want to Downsize - How About a Swap?

Natural Beauty – On Top of the World

from page 24 The owner has put lots of time and money into restoring this magnificent home, with only the best quality of fixtures and fittings and tastefully designed throughout. If you think the pictures are good, you need to see this for yourself, it will impress you even more! One of the many advantages of this home is that it’s fully self-contained on both levels, ideal for guests, for some extra income, or even the extended family to cut living costs. The home is positioned perfectly to overlook the magnificent Canungra Valley as well as keeping an eye on your livestock. Features include: • Five bedrooms, two modern bathrooms. • Two x two pac kitchens, with stainless steel appliances. • French doors which open up to amazing views. • Polished timber floors, air conditioning and ducted air conditioning. • Outdoor entertaining deck and two balconies. • Three bay colour bond garage at the house. • Large machinery shed (ideal for stables) with three phase power, post and rail fencing and shelters. • Several paddocks to rotate livestock. • 300m creek frontage with beautiful swimming holes. • Bitumen driveway all the way to the house with separate house yard. This property is great buying at $895,000 and is available through Aussie Lifestyle Properties. For enquiries or to arrange an inspection, contact Monique Morcus on 5543 4889 or 0417 728 072, or call in to their office at Shop 2, 1 Lawton Lane, Canungra.

If a swap is not an option, buy it outright! Either way, you will be immersed on this 50 gentle to sloping lush acres located at 505 Kooralbyn Road, Laravale, only 15 minutes from Beaudesert. The lovely two bedroom cottage has a kitchen, living area with fireplace, two bedrooms, bathroom and features polished floors throughout. The property is fully fenced, with a stock bore, dam, workshop, and is ideal for horses or cattle. Power is not connected but is available,

and the cottage is well equipped with a gas cooker, gas hot water, gas fridge/freezer and a 12 volt lighting system with back up 240 volt silent generator. This makes for very economical lifestyle living. This property is priced at $495,000 however the owners will consider a swap for small acreage (five acres or less) in Jimboomba, Beaudesert, Tamborine Village or Canungra areas and is available for private sale from the owners. For enquiries or to arrange an inspection, phone 0412 873 857.

Suzanne Roberts Practice Director 92-96 Wagonwheel Road BOYLAND CANUNGRA QLD 4275 Ph: 07 5543 4996 Fax: 07 5543 5104 Mobile: 0447 060 849 E: info@informedconveyancing.com.au

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Owners Will Swap Or Sell - 50 Acres Laravale $495,000 This 50 acre property is only 15 minutes from Beaudesert and is fully fenced with a lovely two bedroom cottage. The owners are looking to downsize and are happy to sell outright, or will consider a swap for 2-5 acres in the Jimboomba, Beaudesert, Tamborine Village or Canungra areas. Power is not connected to the property but is available. However, the cottage has a gas cooker, hot water and fridge/freezer, 12 volt lighting system with back up 240 volt silent generator. Economical living! The cottage features two bedrooms, polished floors throughout, living area with fireplace, huge verandahs with breathtaking views. Quality acreage is hard to find at this price, and the offer to swap to your smaller acreage property is too good to resist. Call 0412 873 857 now for an inspection.

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Classifieds

Private classified advertisements are free of charge for private ads and run for three months unless we are asked to remove the ad. Please send advertisements to news@canungratimes.com.au or phone 07 5543 5532.

For Sale

Pets

Canoe: Canoe, electric motor and paddles for sale. $800. Ph: 0405 598 759. Electric Horse Walker: , inside diameter 14m, walking track 2m. Various speeds forward/ reverse control. Complete with all timber/gate Seller will dismantle. $2750.00 Ph. 55434260 Motorcycle: Near new Suzuki Intruder Cruiser 250. Less than 800k. Ph: Deepak 0450 23674 or 0467 173 826. Beechmont Project Car: MGF dark green. $1,750ono as is. Ph: 5543 4353. Ride On Mower: 1982 Cox Mower. Needs new belts. $195ono. Ph: 0448 720 297. Roses: Fresh cut $10~$20/bunch 2541 Beaudesert Nerang Rd, Benobble. Ph: 0431 091 296. Snooker/Pool Table: 1 x 7’ slate top pool/ snooker table. Good condition. 2nd hand on eBay appears to be worth around $700+. Legs and pockets need attention. Will accept best offers around $400ono. Pick-up only from Wonglepong. Call Stu 0422 986 208. Comes with full set of snooker & pool balls. Washing Machine: Small Sanyo auto. Suit granny flat, etc. $40. Ph: 5543 4353. 04/13

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Baby Budgies: Fantastic colours, $20. Baby cockatiels, $25. Ph. 0409 982 456. Dexter Cattle: 3 Dexters - 1 registered red cow, 1 registered red heifer, 1 unregistereed black young heifer. $1000 for the lot. Well looked after. For more info call Chris 5533 3143. Geese: Chicks to adults. From $20. 5543 7238. Give Away: Female desexed cat. Microchipped, vaccinated. Owner moving. Ph: Krystyna 5543 5476. Hay: Lucerne Bales $15ea. 2541 Beaudesert Nerang Road, Benobble. Ph: 0431 091 296. p

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Work Wanted Plumber: Fully qualified, 19yo, strong, willing to work in any industry. Other experience poultry farming, scaffolding and labouring. Have own ute. Call Danny 0431 312 961.

NOTICE OF AGM Canungra A. H & I Society Inc. (Canungra Show Society) will be holding their AGM Wednesday 6 March 2013 at the Secretary’s box, Canungra Showgrounds, Coburg Rd, Canungra at 7.00pm, followed by the monthly general meeting. All welcome. For further information please call the Secretary on 0414 676 787 or email canungrashowsociety@gmail.com

Lost - Siberian Husky - Reward Offered -

Ghost is a white male with different coloured eyes, one brown and the other very light blue. His fur is re-growing after a shave to look for the tick that nearly killed him. He is wearing a studded collar. Last seen: Saturday 12/1/2013, National Lamington Park Road, Canungra. If you have any information about our beloved dog, please call: 5543 4817. 04/13

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Come and join us on the second Sunday of every month for our Muso’s Session - Starts at 1pm - Courtesy Bus available for pick ups and drop offs from 12noon. Call the staff at the Club for details

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COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD

Listings in the Community Noticeboard are free of charge for community organisations only. Email news@canungratimes.com.au or phone 0407 671 286.

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Church Services Canungra Uniting Church: Appel Street. Ph: 5541 1018. 1st, 2nd, 3rd Sundays 10.30am, 4th and 5th 9am. Ph: 5543 4021. St Luke’s Church: National Park Road. Sundays at 7.45am. Seventh Day Adventist: The Little School House, Tamborine Village. Saturdays at 11am. Ph: 5543 8035 or 5541 1224.

Useful Phone Numbers Beaudesert Hospital...........................5541 9111 Canungra Library.............................. 5543 5791 Canungra Police Station.................... 5543 5120 Canungra School of Arts Hall........... 5543 4008 Canungra Visitor Info Centre............ 5543 5156 Emergency (Fire, Police, Ambulance)......... 000 Energex (Loss of Power)...................... 136 262 Scenic Rim Regional Council............5540 5111 Water Enquiries (QUU 7am-7pm)........ 132 657 Water - Burst Pipes and Emergencies... 132 364 RSPCA Emergency....................1300 ANIMAL Wildcare Australia (wildlife rescue). 5527 2444

Crossword Answers

Art & Culture Group The Canungra Art & Culture Group meets every second Thursday at Canungra Showgrounds Art Hut 10am-1pm for fun, friendship and participation in a craft project. $2 per person (bring a plate). Ph 5543 5528.

Across

Bare Foot Bowls Bare Foot Bowls will be held for residents of the town and surrounding district at Canungra Bowls Club on Sunday mornings commencing at 9-30am. Bowls will be available at the Club if needed. Enquiries to Peter Hickson 5543 4456.

Markets Beechmont Country Markets: 3rd Sunday of the month 8am to 12 noon. Beechmont Community Centre, Beechmont. Phone 0458 233080 or email bapacommunitycentre@gmail.com. Boonah Country Markets: Springleigh park Boonah 7am-12noon, 2nd and 4th Saturday. Lots to see and do! Phone 0448 248 828. Jimboomba Country Market: Mt Lindesay Hwy, Jimboomba. 3rd Saturday of the month (except Jan) - 8am - 12noon. Phone: 5548 8333. Seniors on the Net Free Computer Lessons for over 50s! Help with emails, photos, letters, etc. Ph Canungra Information Centre 5543 5156.

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS 1. All advertising is accepted on the Publisher’s Conditions. 2. All advertising is subject to the approval of the Publisher who may reject any advertising without giving any reason therefore. 3. The Publisher, its servants or agents shall not be liable either in breach of contract or tort for any damage whatsoever suffered by an advertiser as a result of breach by the Publisher of any contract for any advertisement in this paper, whether such breach is a fundamental one or occurs through accident or otherwise.

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Cribbage A weekly Cribbage Tournament is held at the Canungra Bowls Club at 7pm for 7-30pm. Entrance fee $10 with weekly prizes. Enquiries to Peter Hickson Ph 5543 4456.

Justice of the Peace Joe Rye JP: available at the Community Signing Centre in the room adjoining Canungra Library on Wednesdays from 1pm - 5pm. Ph: 5543 5592 Faye Hines JP: available at Canungra Visitor Information Centre Fridays from 10am - 4pm.

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- CADA Canungra Area Development Association Inc Monthly meet-up - Monday 4th March 6.30pm at Canungra Pub. Social for members and non members. For more information email Candice on louwright@live.com.au

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Sport

On the Green Canungra Area Golf Club By Kim Sami Thursday Men’s Comp 17/01/13 (4BBB Stableford): Winner: G Talintyre and R Collins (50) Runner Up – J McAllan and B Broderick (45) c/b. NTP: 5th – M Watson, 7th – C Spalding, 8th – B Mills. BRD: M Watson and R Boardman (45), K Berghuis and D McGuiness (44), G Talintyre and K Gear (43), G Hopely and B Mills (42), J Grimshaw and V Slingsby (42). Saturday Mixed Comp 19/01/13 (Stableford): Winner: R Boardman (40pts) Runners-Up: R McAllan (37) c/b. NTP: 5th – D Sullivan, 7th – B Mills, 8th – D Harris, 27th 2nd shot K Mann. BRD: G Owen (37), K Muir (36), B Mills (36),G Brechbuhl (36), D Sullivan (35), Geoff Talintyre (35), Graham Mulhearn (34), B Broderick (34), P Broomhall (33). Thursday Men’s Comp 24/01/13 (2 Man Ambrose): Winner: G Brechbuhl and D Brechbuhl (59.5). Runner Up – B Mills and D Sullivan (62.5). NTP: 5th – B Mills, 7th – D Brechbuhl, 8th – V Slingsby. BRD: R Boardman and B Adkins (63.75), G Talintyre and R Collins (64), L Blair and G Hopley (64.75), S Stevenson and C Spalding (66). Saturday Mixed Comp 26/01/13 (Stroke and Putt): Winner: L Blair (64). Runners-Up: R Rushbrooke (65) c/b Putts – P Ward (22). NTP: 5th – L Blair, 7th – G Talintyre, 8th – R Bodey, 14th – G Talintyre, 16th – G Hopley, 17th – D Sullivan. BRD: S Bobermien (65), C Spalding (65), M Mackay (66), D Sullivan (67), P Ward (67), P Gall (69), R Harriman (70), G Talintyre (70), H Barnes (71), K Burgess (71), R Bodie (72). Tuesday Ladies Comp 12/02/13: Winner: Sue Maguire (21) Runner Up – Irene Mills (19). NTP: Marj Smith (5th), Noleen Edwards (8th). BRD: Kim Sami (18), Colleen Gunson (18), Pam McAllan (18), Sylvian Cameron (14). Achievements on the golf course are not what matters, decency and honesty are what matter. Tiger Woods

Moriarty Park News

By Steve Moriarty

Foodworks January Sportsperson of the Month The Foodworks competition. During this Sportsperson of the Month time, Dylan was a member for January is up and of the Cricket Gold Coast coming cricketer, 12 year High Performance Training Squad. old Dylan Foxe. This season, Dylan has Over the past couple of seasons, Dylan has played in the Under 12A amassed an impressive list State Carnival in Cairns of achievements. taking eight wickets at an Playing for the average of 11 and was the Coomera/Hope Island third highest wicket taker Under 12 team, Dylan of the carnival. He also was selected for the Gold scored a handy 60 runs at Coast Under 12 Develop- an average of 20. ment Squad in 2011/2012 Dylan is also enjoying to play in the Ian Healy a successful season for Cup, taking 10 wickets the Coomera/Hope Island and scoring 98 runs at an team this year, having scored 119 runs and taking average of 25. He then played for the six wickets to date. Gold Coast Marlins in As the winner of the Foodworks the 2012 winter cricket January

From the Horse’s Mouth

By Katrina Morrow This year is starting out like as last year, very much hit and miss on the weather front but it won’t deter us from riding. There are probably some nice new Cross Country jumps in people’s paddocks that weren’t there last year thanks to the recent winds. Our first official “horse riding” rally day will be Sunday 3rd March, starting at 8:30am for gear check. We held our AGM on 3rd February. Thank you to last year’s committee for their fine efforts. We welcome our new committee members and look forward to their ideas and enthusiasm in 2013: President – Meegan Pentecost Vice president – Natasha Tobin Secretary/Treasurer – Katrina Morrow Our talented instructor, Lisa Koppman, will be leaving us after April to be a mother for the second time. We would

Dylan Foxe

Sportsperson of the Month, Dylan will receive a $50 Foodworks voucher and a $50 sports store voucher kindly donated by Canungra Foodworks. Congratulations and well done Dylan! To nominate for the FoodWorks Sportsperson of the month, call Steve Moriarty on 0407 130 092.

like to thank Lisa for her support and wish her all the best with the new family member. Lisa introduced the new jumping rule “if your horse knocks that pole off the jump, you have to get off and put it back on yourself”. I know of two riders who learnt very quickly how to ride their horses over a fence properly. Currently we are building our new website - fingers crossed it will be up and running by March. The new address will be canungraponyclub.org.au. We have also updated our face book page, you will find us at Canungra Hack and Pony Club (new page). For enquiries about membership or the club’s activities please contact us on 0400 436 867 or email canungraponyclub@ gmail.com Until next month happy riding.

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Sport Be a Part of the Future

Trick riding demonstrations were part of the entertainemnt. Photo: Glen Somerville

Fun-Raising Day ‘Great Success

The European motorcycle circuit is calling and Corey Turner and Gareth Jones will be there - with a bit of help from the community. A fund raising day held on the weekend of 9th and 10th February at Flying Fox, Canungra raised money and awareness of what these two talented locals are doing overseas. “ The weekend was a complete success

and we had a lot of riders, families and spectators to support the event,” said Gareth. “The comradery of the riders and supporters was unbelievable and both myself and Corey received a lot of support over the weekend.” Gareth will ride with Factory Yamaha for the 2013 season and Corey will ride for the FOGI Racing team in Spain.

By Darrel Biss, President, Canungra AHI&S The Canungra AHI&S is in the process of upgrading the Showground’s facilities. Our current project is to upgrade the existing main ring fence to a uniform four rail metal fence. According to local identity Mick Corcoran, there has only been one fence rebuild since the original, which the late Lloyd Day helped his father build when Lloyd was a young boy. A group of locals erected the original fence in order to see the first Show with a schmikko new ring. Mick estimates that 25 years ago the show society committee, along with a number of locals, undertook rebuilding the current ring at a working bee over a week end. The work was not finished at the working bee, so Mick and his boys completed it. The opportunity now exists for you to make a contribution to the future of our community’s showground. By making a contribution of $250 you and your family can be recognised with a plaque on your fence panel. The Canungra AHI&S has not for profit status and can receive contributions and offer a tax benefit. This year is the 75th anniversary of the show and 55th anniversary of the Rodeo and Campdraft. This is a perfect time to etch your name into the future of Canungra and investment in memories children will cherish. If you would like to be a part of the fencing project, contact Jodie on 0411 707 559 or Darrel on 0402 394 181. Anyone with photos, stories or schedules from the past 75 years of the Canungra Show can email canungrashowsociety@gmail.com or call Shona on 0414 676 787. These historical documents will be compiled to create the 75th anniversary booklet for this year’s Canungra Show.

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Sport Canungra Bowls Club

By Ray Hickson The Canungra Bowls Club has reopened after six weeks of renovations to the green and fencing Business and Community Competition On 7th February, the Business and Community Thursday Night Competition commenced with The Family winning the Highest Rink Margin + 15. The Club is seeking a team of four or four individual players to form a team to bring the total number of teams to 10. For enquiries contact Peter 5543 4456. Saturday 16th February saw the Canungra Men’s Summer Nines Team win their third game. With wins over Sapphire Gardens, Tweed Heads and Mudgeeraba see them leading the Competition with a total of 229 against 146. Cribbage Monday night Cribbage at the Canungra Bowls Club has commenced, with numbers increasing weekly the event will remain on the calendar in the town. New players are welcome on any Monday night at 7pm for a 7-30pm start. Lyndon Dyer and James Dougherty

Canungra RSL Fishing Club Results

By Jennifer Dougherty

Bronwyne Brown and Jeff Hansen enjoying a game of cribbage at the Canungra Bowls Club

CANUNGRA RSL SUB-BRANCH NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The 2013 Annual General Meeting of the sub-branch will be held on Monday March 11th at the Canungra Services Club, commencing 7.30pm. All committee positions will become vacant.

The Canungra RSL Fishing Club held their first fishing competition for 2013 on Sunday 20th of January. Results were: • 1st: Lyndon Dyer with 24 carp and 113.1 points. • 2nd: Jon Mahony with 16 carp and 82.1 points. • 3rd: John Dougherty with 10 carp and 51.8 points. The winner of the junior competition was James Dougherty with five carp and 24.9 points Results from the fishing competition held on 3rd of February were: • 1st: Lyndon Dyer with one carp, two bass (released) and six points.

Written nominations for these positions will be accepted, signed by nominee, proposer and seconder, until 5.00pm Friday March 8th. All members who sign nomination forms or wish to vote at the AGM must be financial for the 2013 year. Nomination forms available from the services club.

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The results from the fishing competition held on the 17th of February were: • 1st: John Dougherty with 1 carp, 2 bass(released) and 15.6 points The next fishing day is Sunday 10th March. The Fishing Club meets monthly or fortnightly, depending on the moons. In summer, they fish in the local creeks and dams and focus on eliminating carp from our waterways - other fish are released. There is a membership fee of $20 which includes a shirt and beanie. Fishing Club members must also be members of the Canungra RSL Services Club. For more information, contact Jon Mahony by telephoning 5543 5528.


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