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Hi Everyone You might notice that at the bottom of this page we have a new distribution figure with a note saying that it’s from the Circulations Audit Bureau (or CAB for short). This is a whole new world for us, where we are now independently and meticulously audited twice a year by the CAB. CAB is the leading print publishing auditing body. Their job is to verify what we say we are doing so that our advertisers and readers can be absolutely confident that our readership claims are what we say they are. Our CAB circulation figures are 10,175. We print 10,300 newspapers – so 10,175 of these are circulated in the Glasshouse Country region, with 125 kept at the office for people to pick up here and for us to use for cutting up, sending to family of people in the paper or for other records.
When I first took over the paper in 2004 the distribution was 6,300. It’s incredible when you think that the region has grown so much over the past eight years. We’re proud to be the only newspaper delivered to residents in the whole of the Glasshouse Country region – that’s Mooloolah, Glenview, Palmview, Landsborough, Mt Mellum, Peachester, Beerwah, Glass House Mountains and Beerburrum. We’re the truly local newspaper, being locally owned and operated, employing local people, trading with local businesses, supporting local groups and being the voice of local communities. And we can proudly say we reach 10,175 properties and places each and every week. Regards,
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On the Cover Landsborough Museum’s secretary Jan Rossow and curator Wendy Dixon check out the new William Landsborough exhibition which was unveiled recently as part of the Landsborough Shire’s 100th anniversary celebrations. Read the story on page 3.
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Glasshouse Country Prostate Cancer support group meeting, from 5.30pm at the Mary Mackillop Centre, Beerwah. For more information contact Bob McLean 0427 606 240.
Local Seniors club members and over 50’s Morning tea and concert All over 50’s from the Glasshouse Country area and also district Senior Club members are invited to a free morning tea and concert. A stall will be available. Starting 9.00am with morning tea followed by a concert finishing at 11.30am. Local Seniors Club members are asked to bring a plate. Location at Hall next to library at Beerwah.
Coochin Creek Bushland Group work meeting, 8.30am - 11.00am. Led by Rhonda Martin from Council, equipment supplied by Council. Meet at the Woodgrove Esplanade shelter off the western end of Pepper Tree Way. Follow Woodgrove Boulevard off Roberts Road and take the first right after the roundabout. For latecomers, the work site will be the rocky cascades area off the SW corner of Caralan Park near the Energex powerlines. Held the third Friday of each month. All welcome, contact Rhonda 0439 702 160 or Roger 0423 979 152.
Don’t miss the next Living Out Loud performance at Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club, 6.30pm 7.00pm. The sitcom theatre series based around Nate, Cate and Gretel, now performing episodes 6 and 7. The characters have come so far already! But wait - there's more! From 2.00 – 4.00pm Cello Student Concert at Eudlo Hall, Rosebed Street, Eudlo. $5.00 entry (under 12 free) includes simple afternoon refreshments. Proceeds to Eudlo Piano Fund. Contact Louise King on 0415 128 799 for reservations and more information.
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The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Bankfoot House Inc, 2.30pm at the Teamsters Hall of Fame, Old Gympie Road, Glass House Mountains. All members and prospective members are invited to come along and hear about the exciting building project that will shortly commence in the grounds of the house.
The Maleny Theosophy Study Group will facilitate a group discussion on ‘The Morphogenetic fields of Rupert Sheldrake’ from 1.30pm, at the Hinterland Business Centre (access via path to rear), 38a Coral Street, Maleny. Exploring resonance and the flowering of intuition in relation to the concept of morphogenetic fields. Gold coin donation, all welcome. Visit tinyurl.com/tsmaleny for more info or phone 0405 335 929.
Australian Share Holders Association Sunshine Coast Branch meeting, 10.00am at the Goodlife Centre 100 Buderim Pines Drive Buderim. Guest speaker Detective Senior Constable Rod Shelton on Identity Theft, a vitally important topic with our increasing use of credit card and internet transactions. All members and visitors are most welcome. Inquiries please phone Don on 5445 1563.
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If you aren’t familiar with the rich origins of Landsborough, it might be time you visited the Landsborough Museum, where a new exhibition has just been launched to celebrate the former shire’s 100th anniversary.
Last month, around 60 people gathered at Landsborough Museum to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Landsborough Shire, where the new exhibition, a storyboard featuring the late William Landsborough, was also unveiled, along with the launch of a booklet detailing the shire’s history. William Landsborough’s fame lay in becoming the first explorer to successfully traverse the Australian continent, after being sent out to find the missing explorers, Burke and Wills. It was some time later that the Landsborough Township, originally named Mellum Creek, was renamed in his honour. Today, the rich and vibrant history of the area, including the Landsborough Shire, has been well documented and preserved, and is recounted through collections and permanent exhibitions at the Landsborough Museum, the original home of the Landsborough Shire office, opened in 1924. Present at the recent celebrations to mark the anniversary were special guests from one of William Landsborough’s granddaughters, Judy Valentine, to a number of former councillors, including Selwyn Carbery, who served as a councillor on Landsborough Shire Council from 1967 until 1991, by which time it had been renamed Caloundra City Council.
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Selwyn, who is now in his 90’s, recalls his time serving on council as a period of rapid growth for the region, including the development of the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, a new suburb called Kawana being established, and the opening of the Caloundra Visitor Information Centre. It was also during his years of service that many of the local roads were sealed. The William Landsborough storyboard, which is now on permanent display in the Museum’s foyer, was sponsored by another of one of his granddaughters, Jennifer Stephenson, and her daughter Sara Ducher, along with Rick Baberowski and his partner Karen Tyler, who provided part of the funding for the project prior to his election to Division 1 in the current council. The Landsborough Museum, located at 4 Maleny Street, Landsborough is open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, 9.00am 3.00pm. Volunteers are always needed, for more information contact the Museum on 5494 1755 or drop in during opening hours.
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Bridge named after Elizabeth Grigor The bridge over the Stanley River has been renamed to honour the legacy of Peachester identity, Elizabeth Grigor. Member for Glass House Andrew Powell said the bridge was a fitting tribute and lasting public memorial to an important part of the community’s history. “I took up the cause to name the bridge in honour of Elizabeth after her granddaughter came to me with the idea,” Mr Powell said. “It is easy to forget our history and naming the bridge after Elizabeth reminds us of the important role these pioneering families played in developing our community. “Her husband, William Grigor, was an early settler in Peachester and ran a sawmill where the bridge is now located which quickly became a focal point for the budding Peachester township.
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“He was also one of the first elected councillors for the Landsborough Shire in 1912. “Together the Grigors played a vital role in establishing Peachester, building the Crohamhurst State School and many houses in the neighbourhood.” Regional Director Dennis Tennant said Mrs Grigor would never be forgotten thanks to the community-driven initiative to honour her contribution to the region. “Elizabeth officially opened the Stanley River Bridge in 1923 and this naming honours her place as a respected member of the community,” Mr Tennant said. The bridge which crosses Stanley River on Kilcoy-Beerwah Road was renamed in late March.
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After nearly 18 months of disruption, the Peachester Range Road has now reopened to two lanes of traffic. Transport and Main Roads Regional Director Dennis Tennant said he was sure motorists would be very pleased to see the road reopened after almost 18 months of it operating as a single lane under temporary traffic signals. Kilcoy-Beerwah Road at Peachester Range was damaged during the flooding events of January 2011 by a significant landslip on the downhill side of the road. Mr Tennant said the landslip took part of the outside laneway with it, and following emergency repairs, the road was opened as a single lane operating under traffic signals. He said the terrain and the topography of the area added to the complexity of designing a long-term solution to the damage. “We have now excavated the uphill side and have moved the road an additional three metres away
from the downhill slope to improve both safety and drainage at this location," he said. Member for Glass House Andrew Powell said the re-opening of Peachester Range Road is music to the ears of the local community. "I again thank the residents of Peachester for their patience and understanding over ongoing delays. This road certainly wasn't without its challenges and I'm just pleased to see we got there in the end." The works were part of Operation Queenslander and funded under the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA). Under these arrangements, the Australian Government provides 75 per cent of the funding, with 25 per cent from the Queensland Government. For further information phone 1800 459 366, email email@example.com. au or visit www.tmr.qld.gov.au and search for Peachester Range.
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Councillor reflects on first 30 days as part of new team It may have only been a month since Jenny McKay was returned to office as the elected representative for Division 5, but it’s been long enough for her to note a renewed sense of community and team spirit amongst her fellow councillors.
Cr McKay said she was very impressed by the new team at the helm of Sunshine Coast Council, which represents a diverse mix of individuals, all with a very strong business focus, but balanced by a sense of community. “Because at the end of the day, we’re in the business of people, and it’s great to have a mayor with such a strong business background and team spirit. “It is in the best interest of the ratepayers to have a team that can effectively debate topics, come to an agreement and move forward, and that is exactly what I have seen in this first month. “It’s exciting to be part of a team that realises that although we have very much a local focus, we need to also consider the big picture, and what is happening globally. “The decisions we make can’t just be made for today, but for our future, and we also have a responsibility to present the facts without being alarmist,” she said.
Cr McKay said the first big task ahead of Council was to deliver the budget before the end of the month. “This budget will be very much focussed on the tough times.” “While we’ll be aiming for a minimal rate rise, as one of the coast’s biggest employers, we need to continue to deliver infrastructure projects that provide employment opportunities. Cr Mckay said it was too early to attempt to guess what services might be trimmed back in the budget, but there will have to be some cost cutting measures. “The big four projects that we need to deliver for the Sunshine Coast are the Sunshine Coast airport expansion, the Kawana hospital, the Maroochydore CBD, and Caloundra South.” “The challenge before us is to find the funding to progress these projects to ensure the viability of the future of the coast and its economy.” She said one of her priorities, however, was to ensure that the hinterland was recognised for the value of the drive-by tourism market. “We’re the custodians of a very valuable eco-tourism asset here in the hinterland, and we need to preserve and enhance it, and ensure we get the balance right.”
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Over the past couple of weeks there has been plenty of fundraising and fun had by many locals at the Queensland Cancer Councils Biggest Morning Teas, with some impressive funds being raised for the Cancer Council Queensland. On Wednesday, May 23, Embracia held a morning tea with its residents, and during the morning they passed the hat around for donations and ran a hundred club draw to raise money, as well as selling cakes, biscuits and slices in the weeks leading up to the morning tea. They managed to raise a grand total of $607.00. A big thank you to their generous residents and wonderful volunteers and staff for all their support. A great job all round, with a fantastic result for the Cancer Council. At a ladies morning tea at Glenview Gardens Country Resort, around 30 guests were treated to some lovely tasty treats and fluffy cappuccinos, and raised $250.00. Thanks to the following businesses who donated raffle prizes for the day, including Bombay Bliss, Beerwah Woolworths, Beerwah IGA, Loot Caloundra, Aussie World, Beerwah Chemist, Red Threads, Aussie World Flowers and Angus Robertson Bookshop. One of the highlights of the morning were biscuits in the shape of teapots, with one guest travelling from Blackbutt for the event. There’s no doubt a great day was had by all.
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Down the road, the Mooloolah Slimmers also hosted a Cuppa for Cancer, raising $1,600.00 during the morning and from donations. A special thanks to the local businesses who donated towards the raffle prizes, which were worth an average of $160.00 each, as well as a number of lucky door prizes drawn throughout the morning. Then at the Beerwah RSL it was pretty in pink for many of those that attended, with over $800.00 being raised, and a fantastic fashion parade which kept the audience entertained. At the Landsborough School of Arts, there was plenty of goodwill and cups of tea going round, and the result was a whopping $2,671.00 raised for the worthy cause. Congratulations to the Landsborough School of Arts Memorial Hall Management Committee for a great job, and to all those who supported the event. At the Church on the Rise, there were plenty of yummy treats to tempt the tastebuds, and a successful fundraising effort saw $200.00 raised. Once again, the communities and businesses of Glasshouse have raised their cups in support of another worthy cause, proving there’s always time for a cup of tea and some warm hospitality in the hinterland.
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Operated by Suncare Community Services, the Carebus is a free mobile information service that attends a variety of locations across the region. Staff and volunteers of the Carebus are trained to provide relevant information about the availability of beneficial programs and care services within local areas. The Carebus provides people with easy access to a broad range of information including: respite care, health and well-being, medical conditions, home assistance and support, seniors and veterans information, disability services, and federal, state and local government services. The Mooloolah Community Centre will be hosting the Carebus onsite Tuesday, June 26 from 9.00am - 1.00pm. The Mooloolah Community Centre is located at 43 Bray Road Mooloolah. For more information see www.suncare.org.au/crcc/carebus or contact the centre on 5494 7822.
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The goal of the Sunshine Coast Council and the Friends in preserving Bankfoot as a House Museum had her strong support. During the house tours, visitors were particularly interested in the pianola that was purchased in 1930 by Clementina Burgess (nee Grigor) because she liked modern things; the spoons worn down by decades of stirring mixtures in Bankfoot House and the metal pots; the old typewriter with separate keys for upper and lower Governor case; the red cedar dining table The Friends of Bankfoot House would that dates back to 1868; the old like to thank everyone who supported tennis rackets; the snake-bite kit the recent Open Day for their interest dating from a former era complete and enthusiasm and, in many cases, with a blade and a bottle of their sheer delight in Bankfoot House Condy’s crystals; the kerosene and its treasures. The show of support lamps; and the candle mould. for the heritage-listed site will help In the grounds, visitors enormously in its preservation. were treated to displays of In her speech, Her Excellency the pennyfarthings, antique bicycles Governor of Queensland, Penelope Owner John Day explains the and the piece de resistance, an Wensley, paid tribute to the remarkable working of the 1903 Oldsmobile to Oldsmobile dating from 1903. cycling feat of the Clark sisters riding the Governor and Mr McCosker The engine of this unique car from Brisbane to the Glasshouse was restored by Bill Ferris, Mountains 100 years ago. She also a descendant of the original commented on how Ginny and Ettie pioneers of Bankfoot House. Clark would have had to deal with If you are interested in joining in very different attitudes towards the activities at Bankfoot House women riding bicycles back in 1912. or becoming a member of the Undoubtedly, they would have been Friends group, please ring given advice on such pursuits being bad 5493 0197 on a Wednesday for their health, reputation and morals. or ring president Ron Gillinder Her Excellency thanked the Friends on 0407 760 989. The email of Bankfoot House for organising the address is mailto:friends@ celebration paying tribute to the Clark bankfoothouse.org. sisters and their companions, and said the event was a great way to raise Pennyfarthing rider, Brett Richardson, awareness of Bankfoot House and its demonstrates his ability in the grounds rich history. of Bankfoot House
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Help build a shed for Max’s horses Following last month’s story of Glass House local Max Chapman and his passion for horses, a call is being put out to anyone interested in contributing to his cause. Local resident Jaylene Musgrave, who was touched by Max’s story, is coordinating a working bee to help construct a shed on the property on Coonorwrin Road where Max keeps his horses. Jaylene said she is looking for donations of materials, and tradespeople who might be able to spare some time to help out with the project. “So many people in the community have come up to Max since the story was published in GCNews and showed interest in helping him help his gorgeous horses,” Jaylene said. Max is well known to many locals, often seen riding the horses around Glass House, and came under the spotlight after Max was awarded the inaugural ‘Peace Out’ award by Jaylene on behalf of Vegan Warriors. If you can donate materials, manpower or money, email Jaylene at firstname.lastname@example.org
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An astronomical event!
Last Wednesday, June 6, approximately 900 students from Beerwah State High School witnessed the rarest of predictable astronomical events, the transit of Venus. Predicted by Johannes Kepler in 1631, only six of these events have been witnessed. The importance of these events was realised by Edmond Halley, of Halley’s Comet fame, who presented in 1716 a mathematical way to determine the distance from the Earth to the Sun. This distance had eluded astronomers. In order to gather the data required for this calculation, numerous expeditions were planned for the 1761 and 1769 transits of Venus. One of these was the journey James Cook took to Tahiti to record this data after which proceeded to the Southern oceans, where the rest is history. With the historical importance of the event under their belts, the entire school population enjoyed viewing the Sun through specifically designed solar glasses as well as three telescopes fitted with filters that offered magnified views of the planet passing the Sun.
Students Lauren Blake and Travis Bosch marvel at the rare astronomical event which the school captured on photo As well as visually looking at the sun, photos were taken every 30 minutes to track the path of the planet at the exact same time as a school in Hong Kong were taking photos. These photos will be swapped over the internet and students at both schools will use the data to determine the distance from the Earth to the Sun. Physics teachers Mr Budd and Mr Bateman said it was a fantastic day weatherwise but also listening to the positive comments from the students. If you missed this one, start planning for the next one which will occur in 2117.
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Landsborough Kindergarten’s 20th annual Cent Auction was held on Saturday, May 26. It was a great success and lots of fun was had on the night. The children, families and staff would like to thank all the local people and businesses for their wonderful support and generous donations. All money raised on the night goes towards the purchase of new equipment and resources as well as general running costs. The fabulous wheelbarrow raffle was drawn on the night, with local resident Mrs Hawtin being the lucky winner!
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May was a busy month for the Chamber with the Signage Taskforce meeting with Mark McArdle to discuss the challenges faced by business owners and residents in Beerwah since the completion of the overpass. Mark has now organised with us to meet with Main Road representatives to put forward our signage concerns. We also recently participated in the Glasshouse Country Gardening and Sustainability Expo at Beerwah. The event was very professionally co-ordinated by our webmaster Ben Foster from Static Wave. He was ably assisted by Bob McLean and the Rotary Club of the Glasshouse Mountains. The event went very smoothly and the response from those involved was very positive. Thanks Ben and Bob for your great work and thanks also to the Chamber members who assisted in staffing our Chamber stand on the day. I hope you have all marked the Chamber’s next networking night in your diaries. As this financial year draws to a close, I am sure that many local businesses will be happy to ‘Kiss the financial year good-bye’ and toast the new financial year ahead. The new owners of LattE Da at Landsborough (the Old Mad Hatters, on Caloundra Road) James and Sandra, have very kindly agreed to host the event on Wednesday, June 16 from 5.30pm. And thanks to our sponsors on the night – GM Services and WD Hall Accounting who will be covering the cost of our nibbles. There will be no charge for attending, but you will need to purchase your own drinks. If you would like to attend please RSVP to Sarah at Glasshouse Country News on 5438 7445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to seeing you all at the networking night.
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Business Buzz with Vanessa Rumble The team at Beerwah Hair and Beauty have recently had a new hairdresser Renee join their team. Renee has been hairdressing for 14 years, and is a qualified colour technician who did her training and worked in Brisbane city for nine years. She believes style is individual, and it is how we express ourselves. Renee says we shouldn't be afraid to try new things, so I am sure her clients will definitely benefit from her approach. If you would like to make an appointment give the salon a call on 5494 0032 or call into the salon at 54 Simpson Street Beerwah.
10th Birthday Celebrations Party Night 21 June 6pm
Even though every day seems like a celebration of life when you enter the Eclectic Dreams store in Landsborough, on June 21, Heidi and her team of gorgeous goddesses will be pulling out all stops to celebrate their 10th birthday. And you’re invited to the party. From 6.00pm there will be live music, nibbles, wine and as you would expect, a tasty birthday cake. Also on the night there will be readings, energy treatments, specials and prizes and the girls from 3 Diva’s will be serving a great curry menu. Eclectic Dreams is located at 3-5/1 Maleny Street, Landsborough opposite the Museum. These days with many of us becoming addicted to viewing Masterchef and My Kitchen Rules, it has certainly expanded our horizons for the type of ingredients we like to source for our cooking. Well good news! Jenny the new deli manager from Mooloolah IGA has convinced management that they should expand the range of gourmet goodies they offer their customers. The range includes plenty of brands you will have heard of including Maggie Beer, Nandos and Maleny Cuisines, and includes delicious sauces, seasonings, marinades, and lovely items that are great for antipasto platters. Check out the display at Mooloolah IGA – 4 Jones Street, Mooloolah.
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Community Group Updates
Glasshouse Country View Club
Peachester District Horticulture Society Inc
Contributed by Pauline Clarke, Publicity Officer
Contributed by Patricia Bradford, publicity officer At the May meeting, members were brought up to date on the school kitchen garden. A donation was given to the school for further John and Pam Innes with a lovely work on the garden. orchid from the Cattleya family Unfortunately, we have had to cancel the Spring Flower Show for this year; however we will be back for next year. A reminder that July is Friendship Day and to encourage all members to bring along a plant or garden related object for raffle prizes. Members are able to enter two items per section for the competition bench. For those people going on the bus to the Nambour Garden Expo on Friday, July 6, please pay at the June meeting. Results of the competition bench for April, first Pam Innes, second Coral Beutel. After the meeting, members visited the interesting garden of John and Pam Innes. The next meeting will be on Thursday, June 21 at the Peachester Hall, 9.30am. We will be visiting a garden after the meeting. Details at the meeting. Visitors are always welcome. For more information phone 5496 9169.
On Wednesday, June 6 our ladies visited the Kate Rose Boutique at Mapleton and enjoyed rummaging through their second hand quality clothes. This was followed by morning tea and a visit to Mapleton Falls. On Wednesday, June 20 from 11.00am we will be holding our 9th birthday celebrations at the Glasshouse Sports Club. The theme will be ‘Feline, feminine fur and fun’ and everyone is encouraged to dress appropriately. Amongst the entertainment will be Katherine Fox, winner of the Sunshine Coast Seniors Superstar competition. This should be a great day, full of fun, prizes, raffles and a bumper trading table. Our club is a non-profit friendship club that supports the Smith Family chiefly through the Foundation’s Learning for Life program for disadvantaged students. The Smith Family is a national, independent children’s charity helping disadvantaged Australian children to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves. Anyone who would like to join the View Club would be most welcome. Please contact Joy on 5439 9049 or Lydia on 5438 7894 who will be pleased to supply any further information about the club. You can check out the View Club on its website http://view.org.au
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On May 29 we held our International Day. The country of study this year is Chile. What a wonderful day! It made all the hard work worthwhile. We thank Lidia Marcus and Alexanda for wonderful displays of musical instruments, clothes, jewellery, tablecloths and quilts etc, all made in Chile. Also the school children for their entries, 95 of which were displayed around the hall. The results are Prep: 1st Rachel, 2nd Erie, Year 1: 1st Dylan, 2nd Kristianne, H.C Bill, Year 2: 1st Edan, 2nd Mia, Year 3: 1st Mitchell, 2nd Ella, H.C Emily and Dylan, Year 4: 1st Bec, 2nd Ellena, Year 5: 1st Shiloh, 2nd Tahli, Year 6/7:1st Erin 2nd, Jayden, H.C Nicholas and Zoe. Thank you to Helen, Jan and Val who had the difficult task of judging the entries. Special thanks to Cath, Gordon, Marg, Joan, Bev, Margaret, Lidia and Pam, guest speakers Lidia, Marcus and Alexanda who entertained us with interesting information, while the National song was played on numerous instruments. Alexanda’s three year old son accompanied him on a huge drum as he demonstrated how to play the numerous instruments. Guests enjoyed a delicious hot lunch with the Peachester members making Empanadas Fritas, Cazuela de ave Con Chochoca, Pastel de Papas, and Cazuela de Cordeo, and the Beerwah ladies serving dessert of Leche Asada, red wine delight and Kuchen de quesillo. A big welcome to the ladies and their well behaved children from the play group. Lucky door winner was Joy from Cooroy. The raffle of Chile Wine, a large brom and a pretty soap set was won by Pam of Peachester, Bob of Cooroy and Robyn of Nambour. Thanks to Graham and Una who are always available to sell tickets and wash up and all those who joined us for the day. Next markets June 30, 1.00pm - 5.00pm. Stallholders ring Joan 5494 9521.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters are printed at the discretion of the editor, Lea Parkes and her policy is to include letters which focus on issues and are not about personally attacking other people. For a letter to be considered for printing it must be accompanied by the name, address and phone number of the sender. Anonymous letters will not be printed. Preference is given to letters under 300 words. Letters may be edited to make them more readable, but the meaning will not be changed. Regular correspondents will be limited to alternate issues to give everyone a chance to have their say. Letters must meet the Friday 12.00noon deadline. Views expressed in the 'You said it' page are those of the writer - and not this publication. Please send your letters to email@example.com or fax to 5438 7446.
Let’s share the roads
As one of a growing number of cycling enthusiasts who love to ride the Hinterland roads, we occasionally encounter motorists who honk their horns and shout at us. They seem to think that cyclists do not have the same rights and responsibilities as other road users. But under Queensland Road Rules bicycles are considered vehicles. Motorists can make it easier and safer for cyclists if they follow some of these rules: 1. Make room. Allow at least one metre clearance to cyclists. When overtaking, give cyclists lots of room in case they need to swerve to avoid other hazards. Just as you would not pass a slow truck uphill where there are double lines, why try to pass a cyclist when it is unsafe? 2. Watch for cyclists at intersections and roundabouts; give way to cyclists when turning left and exiting or entering properties. 3. Check behind you for cyclists before opening your car door, turning or reversing. 4. Be patient. Wait until it is safe before overtaking a cyclist. Look left, look right, look for a bike! Mary Garden (Lycra Lizards group)
Landsborough’s Biggest Morning Tea a fantastic success
Take a bow, Landsborough and the wider community, without all your help we could never have reached our fantastic total of $2,671.00 (the best yet) from our Biggest Morning Tea on Wednesday, May 30. The raffle of our quilt was won by Marilyn Clark of Bribie Island. Two lucky people won an anthurium each as a door prize. Thank you to the Hall Committee (use of hall), Down Under Craft (quilt) and help in setting up the night before and stall and everyone who bought a raffle ticket, gave a prize or other donation. Also everyone who came along and helped fill the hall. Among the businesses who donated were - Woodlands, Beerwah Chemist, Landsborough Medical Centre, Landsborough Chemist, Landsborough Post Office, IGA Landsborough, Landsborough Hotel, Bucks Bakery, Monarch Realty, Landsborough News, Mum Dad & Me, Westpac Bank, Bank of QLD, Spec Savers Kawana, Australia Zoo, Glasshouse Country News, Highlights Hair Design, LattE Da Cafe, Reject Shop Kawana, KFC Kawana, Terry White Chemist, Janti Hair Salon, Audacious Health, and Hinterland Body & Soul. Thank you to the many individuals who donated, there are too many to list them all. Shirley Ruhle Landsborough Hall Committee
Another fundraising success
A big thank you to all who supported the Cuppa for Cancer Appeal hosted by the Beerwah Catholic Ladies Auxilliary on June 5. As a result the Auxilliary will send $500.00 to the Cancer Fund plus the cheque for $500.00 passed on by Bob MacLean on behalf of Rotary. Bob's talk on the formation and goals of the Prostate Cancer
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Support Group was appreciated, with important information shared. Members of the Singing Belles entertained with a bracket of traditional and popular songs to complete an enjoyable gettogether in a cause that touches so many of us at one time or another. The next fund raiser hosted by the Beerwah Catholic Ladies Auxilliary will be the annual Soup Luncheon on July 3 in aid of the St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal. Pam Lever Beerwah
Beerwah NHWQ June Good Neighbour Award At the meeting of Beerwah NHWQ held on June 4, the ‘Good Neighbour Award’ was presented to Glenda McSwain, who had been nominated by Pam and John Innes. Their citation read: ‘Glenda is very involved with HAAC Coochin Hills Centre; has recently been elected as Chairperson of the Beerwah High School Chaplaincy Council; is a member of The Singing Belles choir and involves them in concerts that she organises for Embracia and Coochin Hills. Glenda co-organises the Annual Beerwah High School Chaplaincy Golf Tournament with Warwick Moody. Keith Inglis organised Rotary concerts and after his death she organised a Keith Inglis Memorial Concert the following year. Glenda only needs to hear of a cause and she wants to do something about it.” Remember that the award now covers Glass House and Landsborough, so keep those nominations coming in! Contact Sheila Williams Secretary, 5439 0520, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
From Mark McArdle
State member for Glass House. Ph: 5435 2013
State member for Caloundra. Phone: 5491 2780
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There have been a lot of community based events on in the Glass House electorate lately which has certainly kept me busy! It is show season and the Glass House electorate overlaps with four different shows across the region including Maleny, Caboolture, Nambour and Woodford. I have had information stalls set up at each show so far and must say how great it has been to catch up with locals. The show tradition is certainly alive and well in Glass House with record numbers attending the Show Balls and the shows themselves. Glasshouse Mountains even had its own show, the Glasshouse Sustainability Expo in amongst the mix and was also a great hit with those who attended. Bankfoot House recently held its 2012 Open Day with a massive 900 people joining in the celebrations. Along with Governor Penelope Wensley and other lifelong community members I joined in celebrating this great day and even got to watch the Governor ride in a 109-year-old horseless carriage! The celebrations continued last weekend with the official naming of Elizabeth Grigor Bridge in Peachester. These locals are so very proud of their heritage and it was a touching experience to see the joy on their faces as we unveiled the new bridge name.
Buy Smart Competition 2012
The Buy Smart 2012 competition has now opened and is designed to help young people develop their consumer awareness skills and become wiser with their money. With young people becoming more active in the marketplace and exposed to consumer issues, it is more important than ever for them to develop smart financial and consumer habits. There are three categories for Years 4 - 6, Years 7 - 9 and Years 10 - 12 and cash prizes are awarded to the student and the school. The Office of Fair Trading will arrange a visit to your local school to explain how the program works and kick start everything - contact my office on 5435 2013 or email buysmart@ qld.gov.au for more information.
Regional Achievement and Community Awards
These awards are proudly sponsored by the Queensland Government and aim to recognise the work of individuals, businesses, communities or organisations that have made a difference to the economic, social or environmental prosperity in regional and rural Queensland. There are a range of awards including an Environment and Landcare Award and an Events and Tourism Award. Nominations close on August 17,2012 and can be made online at www.awardaustralia.com or 1300 735 445. 14
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I’ve had a lot of feedback from residents about concerns at this intersection, since sharing with Glasshouse Country News readers that I have written to Transport Minister Scott Emerson about this intersection following a fatality last month. I welcome all feedback and will ensure Minister Emerson receives a copy of this.
I recently met with the Glass House Chamber of Commerce to discuss a range of issues, including a lack of signage in the Beerwah Town Centre. I’m happy to report I’ve arranged for a representative from the Department of Transport and Main Roads to meet with us this month Ursula Starkovsky, Kel McNamara, Mark McArdle and to discuss this issue and Patty Shaw meeting to discuss signage concerns possible solutions.
Strengthening local groups
I’m pleased to see the State Government has recently approved funding for a number of community group projects. The Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club received significant funding to repair a damaged track and support BMX at Mooloolah. St Vincent de Paul at Landsborough will receive funding to purchase a solar system, Twinnies Pelican and Seabird Rescue at Landsborough will be able to purchase a rescue vessel and Beerwah Golf Club has also received funding. Well done everyone.
Are you celebrating a 100th birthday or significant wedding anniversary soon? I am more than happy to provide a congratulations certificate and depending on the event, the Premier can as well. If you have an upcoming event, please contact my office in advance and we can forward you the relevant forms to fill out. You also have to provide a copy of the birth certificate, marriage certificate or statutory declaration. Happy celebrating. www.gcnews.com.au
Taking care of your...
Photography is now underway for the Sunshine Coast edition of ‘Best Friends, Pets and their People’ coffee table book. If you would like to find out how to be included in the book and help raise funds for the Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge speak to Kathy Hill at Whisper Images on 5494 9555 or check out the facebook page BestFriendsPetsTheirPeople Shelly from Waggin’ Tails has a small home salon at Glass House Mountains and never more than three dogs in the salon at one time, which helps reduce noise and stress for your pet. Owners are very welcome to stay and watch their dog being groomed or can return later to collect their transformed pooch.
Helen from Pawz-A-While operates from her home in Old Gympie Road Beerwah and uses only quality products including medicated shampoos for sensitive skins. She will also pick up and drop off for special need clients in the local area.
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Fish can struggle at this time of year with the weather change, so you may want to get a free water test for your fish tank. Just drop in or call Andreé at Animal House for more information, they’re just up from Subway on Peachester Road, Beerwah.
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Glasshouse Country women offered chance to get healthy for free Curves Beerwah will ‘shout’ a free 30-day membership to any women who visit the club from June 18 till June 22, during regular operating hours. The event is being held as part of National Curves Open House week. During the week, local women are invited to visit the club to pick up free health information, get a free fitness assessment,
ask questions, and take advantage of the free 30-day membership offer (only available for nonCurves members). "Everyone at Curves Beerwah is looking forward to introducing community members to our club," said a Curves Beerwah owner Linda Bibo. "This incredible free membership opportunity will give local women a chance to experience all that the Curves program has to offer. “We look forward to meeting visitors and to making our resources for living a healthy, active lifestyle available to even more women in our community. Linda said Curves clubs provide support, camaraderie, a complete diet and fitness solution and a sense of common purpose that grows from an informed concern for women's health. National Curves Open House week aims to celebrate Curves' mission of strengthening women; honor its members and others who have already taken responsibility for their health; and
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Bowen Therapy and Remedial Massage Therapist, Diane Rantall of Nicolle Court, Mooloolah Valley says that sometimes it is difficult for clients to choose which therapy may best be suited to them. Bowen Therapy is a soft tissue, holistic, non invasive therapy that can be used on people of all ages, including babies. In the natural therapy spectrum it is a relative new therapy, however it often has profound results. Bowen Therapy helps to reduce pain and increase mobility levels. Diane has been employed at a respite centre for the last four and a half years and during this time has seen some remarkable improvements in client’s health. Bowen Therapy helps with both new and old long-standing injuries. It is also good for people who may not like massage, as it doesn’t need strong pressure on the muscles, to help them release tightness, improve mobility and decrease pain levels.
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Sometimes we get down on ourselves because we believe we should be parenting better than we are, but the reality is that we are only ever doing the best we can with the knowledge we have. So if something's not working for you, or you have a repetitive behaviour in yourself that you don't like, that doesn't mean you're a bad mum, it just means that you need new information on how to think or behave differently. The important part is that you seek out the information you need in order to change and grow from your unwanted experiences then remain solution focused about what you want and how to get it. Would you ever walk into a courtroom and start playing the role of a lawyer without any prior
Colouring for hospital appeal training? Well this is essentially what you are doing in the role of being a mother. You are learning on the job and that’s going to mean that you will make mistakes, you will sometimes get things right and sometimes you will have no idea what you are doing. This is the reality of being a mum. You are always doing the best you can with the information you currently have. Rather than belittle yourself, if you notice yourself behaving in a way you don’t like, why don’t you instead seek out resources that will teach you how to handle yourself or the situation differently? Instead of judging yourself as a failure, see yourself as someone who just has something to learn and as an opportunity for personal growth. The bottom line is, please give yourself a break! There is no Right way to be a parent. The only Way to parent is to be a mother doing the best you can with what you know – and that is you already.
Free 28-day challenge to help mums lower stress with Landsborough Self Help for Mums guru Essential Kids, Australia’s most informative site for parents with children, and the Self Help for Mums organisation have joined forces to launch a free 28-day challenge to inspire Australian mums to stop yelling at their children. Landsborough’s Jackie Hall, author of ‘The Happy Mum Handbook’, founder of Self Help for Mums and GCNews columnist, created the idea from her own desire to learn a new habit of not yelling at her children. The challenge is based on the idea that it takes 21 days to break an old habit and an extra seven days to reinforce the new one – that is, being a calmer parent. Participants sign up for the challenge and receive 28 daily emails from Self Help for Mums, an organisation that specialises in teaching mums how to parent stress-free. Each email progressively teaches parents how to understand the thinking behind their anger and frustrations, and learn how to adopt a different mindset when approaching the challenges of raising children. Mums participating in the challenge can use a dedicated section on the Essential Kids forum to discuss their progress, recognise their wins, admit when they’ve dropped the ball, share their learning and generally get support from a community of women all working towards the same goal – to be scream-free.
Jackie said loads of information can be found on how to raise kids and manage behaviour, but very little information is available on how mums can manage their own mental and emotional states. “This challenge is about teaching mums how to adopt a different mindset when dealing with the ups and downs of being a parent, whilst getting non-judgemental support from other mums who are also trying to change,” Jackie said. Sharing the challenge with her Facebook fans initially, Jackie found that many mums reported to notice a remarkable difference in how they felt, their child’s behaviour and, in many cases, their partner’s behaviour. Essential Kids editor Amber Robinson said: “as a mum, I know that kids can sometimes be a handful and resorting to screaming can be easy, which is why Essential Kids is so excited about launching this challenge with Self Help for Mums. It’s a unique program with many benefits for mums who want a different yet tried and tested approach to parenting.” The 28-day scream-free challenge begins on Monday, June 18 and participants can join now. For more information or to sign-up, visit the www. essentialkids.com.au and www.selfhelpformums. com/28_day_scream_free_challenge websites.
Supa IGA Beerwah recently held a colouring competition with the proceeds going to the Mater Children’s Hospital Appeal. After some incredible entries from our young residents, the public chose, with much difficulty, the winner, Tey Brooks aged 10, from Landsborough. Tey's prize was a very cuddly king size Mater Children's Hospital Bear (the cost of which was covered by IGA) which he has generously donated to the Mater Hospital.Thank you to all the entrants, we have some wonderful talent in our area.
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Out and About Landsborough Shireâ€™s centenary Around 60 guests helped celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Landsborough Shire at the Landsborough Museum, the original home of the Landsborough chambers, with the unveiling of a new exhibition and the launch of a new booklet detailing the history of the shire. The booklet, Landsborough Shire 1912 - 1987, written by the museumâ€™s curator Wendy Dixon, is available from the museum for $5.00.
1 Unveiling the William Landsborough Exhibit was his great great granddaughter Sara Bucher and Dot. Gaunlett. 2 Carole Jensen, Bob Beveridge and Lola Egan 3 Jenny and Gordon Kubank with David and Wendy Dixon 4 John McCaw, Carmel Barr and Roy Henzell 5 Judy McArdle, Ken Leitch, Ken Husband and Richard Plantinga 6 Selwyn Carbery launching the Landsborough Shire Book and also reflecting on some great memories of the area. 7 Selwyn Carbery, Bruce Laming, Tom Upson, John Smith, and Robert Cork - all were part of the council at some stage
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Join with us and the traditional owners of the Sunshine Coast on Sunday, July 1 for a day of exploration, Buddhist philosophy and Gubbi Gubbi cosmology. Open Days are filled with opportunities to explore what the centre has to offer, bring a friend, try a teaching, or a meditation. To mark the beginning of NAIDOC week, we're honoured to have Gubbi Gubbi elders and performers join us. Chenrezig Institute is a centre for Buddhist study, meditation, retreat, and practice nestled in the foothills of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Today, the Institute is home to a Tibetan Geshe (Lama), a large community of ordained Sangha (monks and nuns), students, residents, volunteers, retreatants, and guests. Apart from the formal study programs, Chenrezig Institute is a peaceful, calm and relaxing place to spend a few hours, days or weeks. Stroll along the bush paths, wander in the formal garden, sip espresso in the café, have a vegetarian meal, drop in for a meditation class or teaching, or just sit and listen to life. 33 Johnsons Road Eudlo 4554, www.chenrezig.com.au, phone 5453 2108, firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Unofficial Showjump Classic Saturday, July 28, 8.30am courses open to walk, 9.00am start. Hosted by Glasshouse Pony Club. All ages and abilities welcome, riders are not required to be Pony Club members. Nominations $20.00 per Class, Re-Runs $5.00 (capped), nominations close July 24. Class 1: 20cm Maximum, Class 2: 40cm Maximum, Class 3: 50cm, Class 4: 60cm, Class 5: 70cm, Class 6: 80cm, Class 7: 90cm, Class 8: 100cm, Class 9: 110cm Events: AM3, AM7, A2 Ribbons to sixth, trophies to third, rug for overall highest points. Each horse can only compete in one competitive height, but can nominate other heights as training rounds. Horse health declaration required for all horses attending. New Entry: Beerwah Sports Grounds, Sportsground Road, Beerwah. New access road, off Simpson Street. For full directions see www. glasshouseponyclub.com All enquiries to Judy Davis 5439 0113 or 0411 778 273, secretary@ glasshouseponyclub.com This open showjumping day is proudly sponsored by LJ Hooker Caloundra and Kawana Waters.
Jewellery Auction and Lunch Sunday, August 19 at Peachester Hall, Peachester. Viewing of jewellery and registration from 10.30am, auction commences 12.00noon. Lunch only $12.00, all proceeds to Cancer Council Queensland, catering by QCWA Peachester. Limited numbers, bookings essential, contact Margarita 5494 9192 or email email@example.com. Bookings close Sunday, August 12.
Save the date! It’s on again! The third annual Chaplaincy Golf Classic will be held Sunday, July 15, so mark the date in your calendar now. Help support the valuable Chaplaincy service that supports local students. New this year – the Corporate Challenge. Get your work colleagues together and form a team. Nominations $55.00/player, includes brunch. Great prizes including a Westpac perpetual trophy up for grabs. Major auction item is a framed, autographed Jamie Whincup shirt. For more information, to register, to sponsor or donate prizes, contact Warwick Moody phone 5494 9351.
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Community Notices Family History
Receive one hour of Free assisted local and worldwide family history research during opening hours at the Caboolture Family History Research Group Inc. located in the Caboolture Historical Village at 280 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture. Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday between 9.00am - 2.00pm. Phone 5428 2018 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All enquiries are welcome.
Mountain Quilters Club
Quilt Show Raffle, drawn Sunday, May 27 - 1st Prize S. Bennett, Pullenvale ticket No: 2145, 2nd Prize C.Sutton, Bundaberg. Ticket No: 1711, 3rd Prize H. Crosert, Rothwell. Congratulations to all our winners. Thank you everyone for helping us support Guide Dogs Qld at our wonderful Quilt Show.
Coochin Creek Bushland Group
Work meetings will take place on the 3rd Friday of each month from 8.30am to about 11.00am, stopping for a morning tea break after two hours, led by Rhonda Martin from council. The first meeting will occur on June 15. Equipment is supplied by council. Meeting place will be the Woodgrove Esplanade shelter off the western end of Pepper Tree Way. Follow Woodgrove Boulevard off Roberts Road and take the first right after the roundabout. For late comers, the work place will be the rocky cascades area off the SW corner of Caralan Park near the Energex powerlines. Contacts: Rhonda 0439 702 160 Roger 0423 979 152.
Interested in playing social table tennis? Or being a member of a social craft group? Table tennis is held
on a Thursday evening at 7.00pm and the Craft group meet on the second and fourth Friday of the month from 9.30am - 11.30am. If interested phone Eric or Hazel on 5439 9426.
Whats Happening at Mooloolah Public Hall
Glass House Country RSL Sub Branch
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, 4.00pm in the Hall. The Hall has been in our community for over 100 years (always run by volunteers) so please think about becoming a member and helping maintain this local venue. We desperately need new members. The Hall is used throughout the week by various groups - yoga, creative dance, craft group, slimmers, martial arts, churches and tia chi commencing soon. Contacts for these groups are available on the information boards at the hall. With so few members, fundraising is difficult but we have succeeded to some degree with help from the local craft group and our input at the monthly markets. Whether the markets will continue is uncertain, as it is a lot of work for so few members. The winner of the beautiful handmade quilt (donated by the local craft group) was C. Ryan of Mooloolah. Well done and thanks to all who helped our fundraising by buying tickets. Come along to a meeting and become involved in Your Own Public Hall.
Friday Raffle Results, meat tray - Cyril – Black 06A, fruit and veggie tray – Yvonne – Orange 13B, fruit and veggie tray – Ray – Black 12A, lucky door – Kath - Yellow 90D. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to the community for your support.
Market Stall Opportunity
Beerburrum State School Fete (main road frontage), Sunday, July 29, from 2.00pm - dark. Cost $20.00 per 3mx3m unpowered site. Contact Kim Litchfield, phone 5497 4397, email@example.com, Limited sites – book now!
Friends of Bankfoot House
The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Bankfoot House Inc will be held at 2.30pm on Sunday, June 17 at Teamsters Hall of Fame, Old Gympie Road, Glass House Mountains. All members and prospective members are invited to come along and hear about the exciting building project that will shortly commence in the grounds of the House.
Buddies Refugee Support Group
Buddies are an independent community group that advocates for just and compassionate treatment of refugees and asylum seekers, consistent with human rights standards. Meetings are held in Buderim on the 4th Sunday of the month at 11.00am at 24 King Street Buderim. June meeting cancelled. Saturday, June 16 World Refugee Day rally and march at 1.00pm – Brisbane Square, Brisbane. Next meeting on Sunday, July 29. For further information phone 5445 3727 or 5438 2789.
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GLASSHOUSE COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor Brendan Edwards
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GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY ANGLICAN CHURCH SUNDAY *Beerwah (Peachester Road) 9.00am
Call me old-fashioned, but I love our beautiful Queen Elizabeth. I have enjoyed seeing the wonderful images of the celebrations marking her Diamond Jubilee. In what must feel like a lifetime ago for her, through the brilliant experience of technology, we have been able to watch and hear her as a 21-year-old young woman, making her speech to the people of the Commonwealth from Cape Town. She famously said “I declare before you that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be dedicated to your service….God help me to make good my vow, and God bless all of you who are willing to share in it.” Who can doubt that, with God’s help, she has made good her vow! Her Majesty has lived 60 years of her life (and counting!) devoted to the service of others. What an extraordinary achievement! Serving others is one of the most beautiful expressions of love that I can think of. In the book of Luke, Jesus says a true leader is one who humbly serves. The Bible tells us that Jesus came to serve Because of His greatness, not in spite of it (John 13:15) and He was the perfect example of a servant when He lived on the earth. The 'volunteer spirit' or as the Bible calls it a ‘servant’s heart’, is about doing whatever you need to do to help
Pottery classes Mondays and Tuesdays 9.00 am – 1.00pm. Classes are $10.00 per day and held at the ‘Village Pottery’ located within the Caboolture Historical Village, 280 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture. For all enquiries, phone Caboolture Historical Potters Inc: 5498 9933 or President Danny O’Brien on 0409 057 436 / 5495 3304 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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someone else without any strings attached. It’s about touching the lives of those around you with such kindness that your act will be remembered for years to come. We may not have the incredible influence on the world stage like the Queen has, but it doesn’t matter what we own, how much money we have in the bank, how talented or educated we are, or how many people we know – we can influence the world around us by doing small acts of kindness for our neighbours, friends, family and our community. When we meet the needs of other people and put someone else’s needs before our own; we share the real presence of Jesus – and by doing this we give ourselves an incredible opportunity to make a difference in someone else’s world! This is the amazing power of service! So on Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee, I want to take this time to thank God for our Queen Elizabeth; whose longevity and dedication of service to her people all around the world will be remembered for many years to come. God bless her for she has truly blessed us and served us well and may she reign for many years to come!
Rev. Ken Goodger - 5491 1866 Local contact Br. John 5439 9130
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Invites you to our Sunday services at 9.00am Enquiries phone 5494 6354
CATHOLIC WEEKEND MASSES
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Twin Peaks Drive, Beerwah 8.30am - Sunday Worship & Youth Program 10.30am - Peachester UC 1st & 3rd Sun Phone: 5494 6187 All Welcome! www.gcnews.com.au
Real Estate & Financial Guide Borrowers get back to basics in May Variable interest rate home loans were the product of choice for almost four of every five new borrowers in May, a month when the Reserve Bank sweetened the appeal with a 50 basis point cash rate cut. Borrowers’ preference for variable rate loans rose marginally, by one percentage point to 79 per cent of all new home loans last month, according to national loan approval data from Australia’s largest independently-operated mortgage broker, Mortgage Choice. The biggest increase in variable rate loan demand
was recorded in SA (up 12 per cent, to 85 per cent), followed by NSW (up four per cent, to 77 per cent), WA (up one per cent, to 79 per cent) and QLD (up one per cent, to 74 per cent). Local Mortgage Choice franchise owner, Robert Harney said The Reserve Bank’s decision last month to cut the cash rate by 50 basis points, combined with speculation around further rate cuts, is likely to have fuelled borrowers’ appetites for variable rate home loans. “Price-sensitive borrowers more than likely found comfort in lenders’ decision to pass on majority of
the rate cut savings to variable rate borrowers.” “Out of all the variable rate home loan types, basic variable rates, which tend to be more affordable but less flexible with fewer features, were the only loan product to gain in popularity, with demand rising to 17 per cent in May from 14 per cent in April.” He said the increased interest in basic variable rate loans, now at a nine-month high, could signal a return to the market by first homebuyers, as these loans tend to be more popular with lower income and less experienced borrowers.
Do you provide your employees with Fringe Benefits? What is a fringe benefit? A fringe benefit is a 'payment' to an employee, but in a different form to salary or wages. According to the fringe benefits tax (FBT) legislation, a fringe benefit is a benefit provided in respect of employment. This effectively means a benefit is provided to somebody because they are an employee. The terms benefit and fringe benefit www.gcnews.com.au
have broad meanings for FBT purposes. Benefits include rights, privileges or services. For example, a fringe benefit may be provided when an employer: • allows an employee to use a work car for private purposes • gives an employee a cheap loan • pays an employee's gym membership • provides entertainment by the way of free tickets to concerts
• reimburses an expense incurred by an employee, such as school fees • gives benefits under a salary sacrifice arrangement with an employee. As a guide to whether a benefit is provided in respect of employment, ask yourself whether you would have provided the benefit if the person had not been an employee. If you have provided any of your employees with a
fringe benefit you need to do a fringe benefit return. The period this return covers is April 1 to March 31. This return needs to be lodged by May 21 each year. Certain fringe benefits must also be reported on the employees payment summary. We can help you with any other information you need regarding Fringe Benefits.
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Property of the week Best Buy in Town - 14 Cockatoo Court, Beerwah $359,000 negotiable This property has come onto the market at a realistic price with a motivated vendor. On entering the property you are greeted by an open plan design with an air conditioned lounge combined with kitchen and dining area. A separate room could be used as a media room or fourth bedroom as it has built in robes and TV points. The air conditioned master has a walk in robe with ensuite and fan while the other two bedrooms have built in robes and fans. A study nook has been provided ideal for
computers and keeping paper work in one place. Two corner sliding doors open from the lounge to the covered entertainment area which looks out to a generous grassed area. Currently tenanted at $390.00 per week and conveniently located within walking distance to parks, schools shops and public transport. This is the best buy in town and perfect for the investor or the family home. Phone the office for information on this property on 5439 0300.
2 1 5 2 Harry Place, Beerwah Return this large family home to its former glory!
This 1100sqm block houses a 5 bedroom home with a joint kitchen, meals room and separate lounge. After a little TLC you could bring this home back to its former glory then sit back in the covered entertainment area watching the kids splashing in the pool, kicking the ball or bouncing on the trampoline in the spacious back yard. A covered area off the bay shed makes the ideal outside gym or barbeque facility. Council are not dividing blocks of this size in town any more, thus making this property your chance to get the buy of the year. This centrally located property in the heart of town means all facilities are within walking distance. All just 20 minutes to golden beaches and 45 minutes to Brisbane. • Great Family Home on Quarter Acre • Fully Fenced Spacious Back Yard • In Ground Salt Water Pool • Two separate Living Areas • Quiet Location Right in Town • Close to Schools Shops Public Transport
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You will simply revel in the luxury this superb family residence provides. A truly luxurious home, with a list of features you have only dreamed about. Well-crafted Dwyer Quality home. This superb residence comes with with 9 and 12 ft ceilings, high quality inclusions, 8 panel 3KW solar system, and large covered outdoor entertaining area complete with inground Pool Fab saltwater pool. The gardens are easy to care for and are complimented with Sir Walter lawns. YOU CAN'T BE TOO EARLY TO RING, BUT YOU CAN BE TOO LATE. • Well crafted Dwyer Quality home • High Quality Inclusions • 8 panel 3kw solar system • Fab Saltwater Inground Pool • Easy Maintenance Gardens with Sir Walter Lawns • Quiet Cul-de-sac • Small Boutique Estate, Surrounded by National Park • Bushwalking and Mountain Bike paths within walking distance • Close to Shops, School and Transport
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BSA # 1132000 / L004114
Antennas / TV
SHOWERFIX offer a full range of waterproofing services for showers, vanities & bath surrounds QBSA 1086283 SUNSHINE COAST COMAPANY
Where we specialise in customers not just cars
Endorsed Antenna Installer
5494 0747 We make your television viewing a pleasure
Mobile: 0429 960 300
11 DYER STREET, LANDSBOROUGH
Builders / Carpenters
CHRIS HALL BUILDERS
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Lic. No. 6342
Log Book Service, Tyres, Brake & Clutch, Road Worthies
Aussie World (Ettamogah Pub) 73 Frizzo Road
trucks cars earthmoving trailers
• Mechanical Repairs
• Warranty Servicing, RWC, clutches & brakes • Electronic code scanning
Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience Gold Card No.: 24113
Qualified Mechanic Peter Ison - Proprietor
YOUR SERVICE & MUFFLER SOLUTION
• A Grade Mechanic
of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations
Palmview Mechanical Repairs
Jeff & Ann Ross
Mob: 0432 215 628 Ph: 5494 1222 Fax: 5494 1224
5494 6658 - 0418 151 231 ALL BRICK AND BLOCKWORK RETAINING WALLS - FIREPLACES - BIG/SMALL JOBS
Full logbook servicing Roadworthy certificates Aircon repairs & servicing Brakes, clutches & all mechanical repairs
Ph: 5496 0300
BRICKLAYING - BOB KENNEDY
ALL AREAS 0407 146 626
License No 71591
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Service & Mu ffler urrum b r e s Be
Shed 8/47, Beerwah Pde Beerwah
• TV, DVD, VCR Tuning • Home Theatre Setups • Satellite Installations • Set Top Boxes
Quality TV Antennas Digital TV for Dummies TV Tuning, Wall mounting, Extra TV, Phone & Data outlets Satellite TV, VAST, Christian TV
0422 580 178
7 Days Government
Rendering, Paving & Concreting
FREE COURTESY CAR NOW AVAILABLE
21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH Fax: 5494 0416 Email: email@example.com
• Antenna Repairs • New Installations • Digital Upgrades • Additional Outlets
For all aspects of brick & block laying
5494 6794 or 0412 060 184
NEED A QUALITY BUILDER? THINKING OF RENOVATING?
New Homes Extensions Renovations
Bathrooms Timber Decks Pergolas
Insurance Repairs Small Jobs Welcome BSA Lic # 1018329
CALL YOUR LOCAL BUILDER
M 0417 045 062
BSA Lic 1129044
PH: 5494 0466
Reliable & Professional Tradesman
Rapid Brick & Block Laying
• Brake & Clutch Repairs • Wheel alignments • Log Book Servicing • Front End Repairs • RWC Inspection Station
Need a new antenna? There's a Jim's Antenna owner in Glasshouse. Call for a free quote today.
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Top Quality Servicing & Repairs on all cars & 4WD
Dean Parry Carpenter
All carpentry work M 0417 045 062 RenovationsExtensions T (07) 5494 7117 Decks – Home F (07)Maintenance 5494 7543 E firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: Saun 0424 550 057 A 88 King Rd, Mooloolah QLD 4553
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ABN 60 627 ACN 131 206 BSA Lic. #101
Ph 5439 0108
Driveways - Paths - Patios - Slabs Quality Work at Competitive Rates
0412 234 240
(AH) 5494 6302
Joinery & Shopfitters • Kitchens • Vanity • Laundry •TV Units • Robes • Appliances • Organised sub trades
PHONE: 0407 754 208
KITCHEN & APPLIANCE SPECIALISTS
Lighting New Homes Pumps
Prompt, friendly service
Electricians Electrical Services Electrical Services ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD Installations Installations, Repairs Servicing and Air Conditioning Repairs, Servicing Installations, Servicing Domestic . Owner Builders . Repairs, Commercial . Rural . Industrial Domestic • Commercial • Rural • Industrial
Jim: Beerwah Office: 5439 9400 Office:0414 5439774 9400 Mobile: 046 Mobile: 0414 774 046 Lic No 67745
ALL DOMESTIC - COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL
Ph 5492 9502 Mob: 0409 549 295
NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291
Shop 2, 5 Peachester Road, Beerwah www.totalmicrosystems.com.au
Domestic, Commercial, Phone & Data, Intercoms & Gates Solar-Grid - Connect, Design, Install
Phone 5494 0398
MOOLOOLAH COMPUTERS PH: GUS GILLESPIE 0405 125 662 26 |
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Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Owner Builder - Rural - Sheds
Lic # 5582
Home & Business Sales & Service Website & Hosting
No Job too small ~ No Job too big No Obligation FREE Quotes
Ph Greg on 0418 741 145 or 5412 1425 G&D Cooke Electrical
Est. since 1983
20 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough
Phone 5494 8900
FIRST CALL FENCING Timber, Colourbond, Aluminium & Glass Pool fencing, Gates Retaining Walls & More For a free quote Phone Matthew your local licensed contractor
Lic. No. 70875
For Home & Business Fully equipped workshop Acer Authorised Service Provider Home & Business Callouts Available
ABN 89 058 455 025
* Installation * Air Conditioning * Split Systems
SALES / REPAIRS / SUPPORT
Office:0414 5493482 0054 Mobile: 037 Mobile: 0414 482 037
Adam: Glasshouse Mtns Adam: Glasshouse Office: 5493 0054Mtns
Domestic • Commercial •71536 Rural • Industrial BSA Lic. No. 60278 Lic. No. 60278 PO BoxBSA 578, Beerwah QLD 4519 PO Box 578, Beerwah QLD 4519
Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm
Retail suppliers of fencing materials, timber, logs, wire and steel. Also installers of quality fencing For a Free Measure and Quote phone
SPECIAL RATES FOR LOCALS
Ph/Fax: 5494 1606 Mob: 0409 491 938
• Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cars • Lounge Suites (Fabric and Leather) • Stain Removal, Tile & Grout Cleaning • Carpet, Upholstery & Tile Protection • Concrete Paths, Patios & Driveways
Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals
For all your on-site fabrication & welding needs.
Workshop facilities: 19 Tallawong Close, Beerwah
PH: 5497 4097 Mob: 0419 797 448
Family Owned and Operated
STUART McLEOD MOBILE WELDING
Plain - Exposed - Stencil Finishers Shed Slabs, Driveways, Pathways Patios, Under House, House Slab Bobcat hire
Hale Carpet Cleaning
Engineering & Welding
No Job Too Small
Darrell & Jocelyn Byrnes
E tes RE uo
www.gregsmallelectrical.com.au email@example.com Peachester, Qld 4519 ABN 94 093 314 882 Lic no 69975
BSA Lic. No.: 11081523
Ceiling Fans Power points Renovations Switchboards Commercial fitouts Sheds
Call Greg Small ph 5494 9199 mob 0404 903 801
Licensed Contractor - BSA 1119033 ‘Local Guy, Local Quote’
Unit 1 & 2, 5 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah
Give us a go! No Job is Too Small
Darryl Johnson - 0415 954 195
Phone (07) 5494 0522
41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra
For all your electrical needs
“All Aspects of Concreting”
Kitchen & Bathroom Appliances Flat Pack Kitchens
Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners
Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer
• Stenciling • Covacrete • Stamped • Exposed Concrete • House slabs • and resealing
Over 35 years professional experience
Office and Showroom Unit 1, Lot 28 Biondi Crescent, Beerwah
Phillip Short Concrete
PLAIN • STENCIL • EXPOSED AGG. STAMPED • COVERCRETE
2/28 Biondi Crescent Fax 5439 0109 Beerwah Qld 4519 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CUT & EDGE SERVICE AVAILABLE
Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282
New Installations & Renovations
All Aspects of Electrical Contracting Beerwah & Surrounding areas Prompt Reliable Service No Job Too Big or Too Small
NB Under Qld Building Services Authority Act 1991 Section 54, licensed tradespersons are required to quote their QBSA License number when advertising. This offers customer protection in the event of unsatisfactory work.
Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083
Phone 1300 721 117 www.pcsol.com.au
ABN 83 143 913 259 BSA Lic No. 49425
Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural
Argh! Stupid Computer! PC Solutions & Tuition will fix it! At your door, no callout fees, all areas. Local Technician. Competitve rates.
Q.B.S.A. Lic No. 1130199
A to Z of Trades and Services
5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns www.firstcallfencing.com.au
email: email@example.com QBSA LIC1139536
JUST TIMBER FLOORS
For all your floor sanding needs Justin 0468 639 761 Jobs up to $3,300 only
Glasshouse Country News For all your advertising needs please call Sarah on 5438 7445
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
KLM LP Gas Suppliers
Mays Mowing Service
0407 575 667
BRAND MOWING SERVICE
• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days •
Free quotes: Call for the Best Price • Windows • Doors • Maintenance • Shower Screens • Security & Insect Screens MONTY’S GLASS & SECURITY 5493 0374 0439 875 031 BSA Lic: L 1117342
5494 0884 Mobile: 0409 342 877
0407 946 061
Supporting Environmentally Friendly Paint
Aussie Mowing and Lawn Care
MOWING & ALL GARDEN MAINTENANCE
Large or small. Experienced Local Operator
• Doors & Grilles • Fly Screens • Fire Escapes •Retractables
QBSA LICENSE 1126425 • 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
email@example.com | www.blockadesecurity.com.au
0423 002 717
07 5494 0445
Honest & Reliable Ph: 0405 248 870
Fully insured Mowing Acreage Gardening Rubbish Removal
22+ years experience Free in all types of home maintenance Quotes repairs, painting & minor renovations
• 42 Inch cut Walker • Whippy • Spray • Hedging • Yard Cleanups • Push Mow
Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126
Hinterland Handyman $27.50 per hour including GST
30 years farm, building, home and yard maintenance 10 years in Landsborough Quality work at an affordable cost Phone Marcus 5494 8474 or 0418 127 995
BSA Licence no 60108
FREE Roof Insulation With Every Shed Or Garage Purchased while stocks last, conditions apply Ph (07) 5497 2615 www.kamconstructions.com.au
Phone 5438 7445
to advertise your business www.gcnews.com.au
All Aspects of Painting & Pressure Cleaning Sunshine Coast including all Hinterland areas
ABN 79 347 449 750
ANDREW 0423 107 716
New Work & Repaints • Airless Spraying
5494 1861 • 0418 883 436
• PAVING & STONEWORK • RETAINING WALLS • DRIVEWAYS • POOL SURROUNDS • OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS
Ph.: 0438 940 634 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Reliable * Professional * Aﬀordable Free Quotes * BSA 1155906
Glasshouse Country News
2 William St Kilcoy
GARAGES - SHEDS
Call Rudi For all your general handyman work Interior or Exterior Jobs up to $3,300
Garages / Sheds
• Decks • House & Roof Washing PAINTING Do It Right Davie McIntyre Choose Brush Right Painting 0420 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains
Local Tradesman with 20 years Experience
Fully Insured, ride on mowing $55 / hr
•Window Locks •Deadlocks/bolts •Patio Enclosures • Blinds & Awnings
Mark Malone: 0477 999 191
Phone Michael 0447 341 241
A1 Raylene’s Mowing
•Privacy Screens •Custom-made Steel Bars & Security Doors •Pet Doors
• New Work • House Repaints • Roof Repaints
Mick 0418 935 162
ABN 87 020 422 605
Tina 0418 935 164
SH RIG RU
House Yards, Small Acreage Horticulture Advice
New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning
Quality & Promptness Assured Ride on Mowing ~ Lawn Mowing Pruning ~ Garden Maintenance
LOW COST GLASS REPLACEMENT
ACREAGE, HOUSE BLOCKS, WINTER WEEDS, BLUE TOP & CHICKWEED
SECURITY ►SECURITY & INSECT SCREENS ►GLASS ►BLINDS ►AWNINGS SHOWROOM AND FACTORY 4 Railway Street, Landsborough ph 07 5494 8748 fax 07 5494 8858
Weed Problems? TO496
BOROUG ND S H LA SCREENS
Phone Nick Atwell Mob: 0411 466 586 A/H: 5494 6713
Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425
Glass & Security
Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed
Lic.4551 and Insured
L P G A S
* Mowing * Rubbish removals * Pruning * Garden cleanups * Ride on work * Gutters cleaned
Your local Jim services all areas call 131546
• Design • Retaining walls / Drainage • Paving / Repairs • Gardens / Mulching • Lawns • Mini Bobcat Services TO506
Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured
Garden Clean ups Gutter Cleaning Whipper Snipping Pruning
• PATHWAYS/STAIRS • UNIQUE GARDENS & GARDEN FEATURES
Builder & Stone Mason QBSA License No. 77177. Est 1981
Ph: 0418 204 159 a/h: 5494 0830
For all your advertising needs please call Sarah on 5438 7445 or email: email@example.com
Talkin' trades Has your business been featured in
our 'talkin' trades' yet? Give us a call on 5438 7445 and we can offer you a free write up in this section, (conditions apply). JUNE 13 2012 |
POSI-TRACK SLASHING & EARTHWORKS *4 in 1 Bucket & Level Bar *6ft Double Head Slasher *50hp *10m3 Tipper
For reliable service call Vern ........
0404 479 187 or 5494 9336
bobcat, excavator & tipper hire
GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY PEST CONTROL
• TERMITE TREATMENTS • TERMITE BARRIERS • PRE-PURCHASE PEST & BUILDING REPORTS • THERMAL IMAGING • COCKROACHES • SPIDERS • ANTS T0204
ALL AREAS 0407 439 526
B&A Earthmovers Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665 Fax: 5497 4840
We give you a warranty on our work.
Lic No. PMT-0-11432
D & M Britton - Old Gympie Rd, Landsborough
• Yes – We Deliver All Areas • Comprehensive Range of Plumbing Supplies • Experienced Showroom Consultancy • Mon-Fri 6.00am-4.30pm & Sat 7.00am-11.00am 26 Tytherleigh Avenue Landsborough
REPAIRS SALES SERVICE
Positrack, Excavator and Bobcat Hire - 8 tonne tipper - trencher - augers - 4 in 1 bucket - levelling bar - laser levelling - forks - 3 tonne excavator
Specialising in all types of domestic and small acreage water pump repairs, new installations & sales
Call 0408 347 054 or 5448 5404 www.thepumpdoctorqld.com.au
Phone John Baker on 0409 20 64 64
e: firstname.lastname@example.org w: 2bobearthworks.com.au
BSA NO. 1011255
07 5493 0440
Local Knowledge 21 Years Experience
BOBCAT EXCAVATOR HIRE Licensed Operator
• Tilt Bucket • 3 ton Excavator • Laser Levelling • Trencher • Post Hole Borer • Pallet Forks • Auger 250 • 350 • 450 • 600mm Plant Auger Lindeman Road • Rotary Flail/Grass Mulcher/Cutter • 8 ton Tipper Truck BEERWAH AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK Ph: 5494 0056 • Mobile: 0408 192 814
Cam’s Truck & Bobcat Hire
OW N E R O P E R ATO R
•Augers •Trencher • 4 in 1 bucket •8 ton tipper •Level bar •Laser Leveller •Tilt Bucket
Cameron Lister Ph: 0419 665 002 A/H:
(07) 5493 0012
This size advert could cost you from $20.25 per week or $21.25 in spot colour Ph 5438 7445 for more details
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PHONE JAREN 5439 0764
Roofing & Guttering
SLAB PREPS TURF PREPS SOIL DELIVERY
• • • • • •
Allan Koschel Plumbing Service Q.B.S.A. No. 76388
Lic. No. 13217
Plumber, Drainer and Gas Fitter
Ph: (07) 5493 0625
Phone Mobile: 0413 330 275 or 5439 0960 Lic’d Plumber and Drainer QBSA 1002354
Phone W & LA King Plumbing
0419 659 709 or 5492 9229
Restore & Paint Rather Than Replace Tin, Tiled, Asbestos Specialists Heat Reflective Paint - 10 Yr Warranty Repairs, High Pressure Clean Fully Licenced & Insured 0411 034 444 or 5494 1223
Septic Services Servicing the Sunshine Coast Hinterland
MAINTENANCE NEW WORK FREE QUOTES
LOCAL PLUMBER PENSION DISCOUNT
QBSA # 47560 LICENSED PLUMBER AND DRAINER
0412 006 954
* Septic tank & Grease Trap Cleaning * Small Truck for Easy Access
Lic’d Plumber & Drainer QBSA 77755
JASON KOHL PLUMBING
IMPACT ROOF RESTORATION
ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS Small Honest Family Business Free Quotes - No Call-out Fee
AS SEEN ON TV
47 Wises Rd, Maroochydore 5443 2022 www.qldroofing.com.au
PO Box 316 Glasshouse Mtns 4518
NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL! For all your PLUMBING needs
ROOFING TO SUIT ALL BUDGETS
Patio Roofing One Stop Shop Specialising in D.I.Y Kits Metal Roofing, Gutters, Fascias etc Polycarbonate & Fibreglass Roofing Ventilators & Skylights Insulated Roofing
Reduces Heat and Noise
Mobile: 0407 727 645
Plant & Machinery
CIVIL WORKS DRIVEWAYS POST HOLES
FRIDGE DOOR SEALS
* All major brands * Supply & Fit
All Areas 0420 53 8890 5494 0393
0427 088 699
E. email@example.com PO Box. 257 Beerwah 4519 FULLY BSA 1189580 INSURED
• Pre- purchase Inspections • Annual Termite Inspections • Termite Management Systems • Termite Treatments • General Pest management Cockroaches • Ants • Spiders • Silverﬁsh • Fleas • Bed Bugs
BSA: 106 8977 LIC: PMT-0-11572
Fully Licensed and Insured
Works where others can’t and loves Lantana!
• Spiders • Pre-purchase • Rodents timber inspections • Fleas • Termite inspections • Ants • Chemical barriers/
0419 704 408
Cost Effective Local Business Est. Since 1996
• Cockroaches • Carpet Beetle • Lawn Weeds • Silver Fish • Bed Bugs
*Driveways *Site clean-ups *Landscaping
HINTERLAND PEST CONTROL
Pest Control cont.
LL E CAAV D
A to Z of Trades and Services
A “Proper Job” Guaranteed
0407 748 083
Phone 5438 7445 to advertise your business
Septic Services cont. For all of your liquid and general waste needs
Brent Thomas 0438 236 934 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph 5494 8883
30 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough
FREE QUOTES – RENOVATIONS – REPAIRS NEW HOMES – CERAMIC – PORCELAIN NATURAL STONE BSA 1201973
> Septic tank / grease trap cleaning - EPA approved > Holding / grey water tanks and bio-cycle pump outs > Waste oil collections (free service) > General waste removal and skip bin hire
Peter Hughes ~ Brandon Cruise
Call us now 0408 220 659
Tarzan the Tree Specialist
For a quote call Len 0419 732 364 or 5494 0484
• Tree climbing • Rubbish removal • Mulching • Stump grinding • Free Quotes • Pensioner Discounts
POSI-TRACK SLASHING 50hp, Rubber tracks, 6ft slasher, Free quotes
Phone Brendan 0447 310 331
Trees/Palms Pruning/Removals Stump Grinding Fully Insured
* Containers New & Used All sizes and Types * Container Oﬃces & Living Units * Container Delivery & Relocations
YARD LOCATION Cnr Beerburrum & English Street Caboolture Shire
STEVES TREE CUTTING
• 23 Years Experience • Any size tree • Land Clearing • Full Insurance
ABN 23 084 520 507
Phone: 5493 7954 Mobile: 0414 819 111
Ph: 07 5432 8374 or Mob: 0457 772 029
$20 Million Insurance Free Quotes www.rktreeservices.com.au
Tiling Glasshouse Tiling
expert tree maintenance and removal
P: 5492 9248 M: 0407 759 060
Turf Supplies A Lawn So Good, They’ll Think You’ve Retired TOP QUALITY HOME, COMMERCIAL & RECREATIONAL TURF
FOR A FREE QUOTE CALL 0417 958 944
FREE Delivery to Landsborough, Beerwah, Glass House & Beerburrum
Specialist growers of:
Experienced in all aspects of tiling
Brian Dudin 0438 623 523
BSA Licenced: 1101772
After hours: (07) 5494 7548
A local working for locals
Free fast quote
• Pruning • Lopping • Removal Comprehensive Insurance on all jobs Phone 5494 2444 / 0407 710 993
* Blocks * Acreage * Firebreaks * Weed Spraying
0419 704 408
Beerwah-Glasshouse United Soccer Club
David Lowden Tree Services
MOOLOOLAH VALLEY SLASHING
* SALES * HIRE
& also Stump Grinding Many years experience - Fully insured Phone 0412 026 545
LL E A C AV 0095 T D
I. & M. TREE LOPPING ~ & PRUNING ~
1/15 Free Street, Beerwah Ph 5439 0816 or 0413 050 578
Ian Booth 0403 187 517 or 3204 4910
• General fabrication • Stainless Steel Benches
CUSTOM BUILT TOOLBOXES
Open Mon - Fri
• Tank Cleaning • Tank Repairs (Minimal water loss) • Tin & Concrete • All Work Guaranteed • Leaf Guard Protection
CREATIVE SHEET METAL
“locals helping locals”
COMPLETE TANK MAINTENANCE
Tilers of Multi Award Winning Homes Builders References Available Member HIA BSA Lic 76808 Beerwah
Qualified mechanic offering log book servicing, mechanical repairs, wheel alignments and tyres
Tel: Dean 07 5496 9790 or 0414 648 130
Contributed by Ken Fullerton Jnr The Chris Carter Memorial game between BG’s and NYU will be played at Yandina on June 23, second division 5.00pm, followed by first division at 7.00pm. Chris Kocho ‘Choc’ Carter was born September 12, 1970. He grew up in Yandina and attended school there. Chris loved his sport and started playing soccer with NYU when he was eight. He worked his way up through the years to become a 1st Div player as well as a Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay representative. Chris came to play for BG’s in his early 20’s and was a great asset to the club. We enjoyed playing many games together and had a few fantastic end of season trips to Double Island Point. Chris was tragically killed in an accident on June 14, 1997. He was a great player and a good mate to everyone at BG’s. RIP our mate Choc. We will never forget you.
Beerwah Ladies Golf Contributed by Jenny Kelly We had great day weather wise on Thursday for the opening round of the Women's Championships. This event will be played as a Stroke competition over four days. We hold individual competitions on a daily basis in conjunction with the Championships and Thursday's was sponsored by Cath Cherry and Oriel Lyon. The winner of Division 1 was Hollie Sinclair with a 73 Nett, closely followed by Noelene Annakin with 74 Nett. Jan Corfield took out Division 2 with 74 Nett, with Barb McIntosh runner up on 75 Nett. Number 2 proved a bit tricky in the wind so no one got the NTP on that hole. Sue Williamson got closest on 5, Andrea Campbell took out 16, and Carol Fraser got the 18th. Sue Williamson scored a birdie on 17 to win the random birdie hole this week. The ball run down went to 80 Nett. I will bring you the results of the Championships next week, if the weather is kind to us and we get to play. Till then, stay safe and good golfing. JUNE 13 2012 |
Blood, Sweat and Cheers
Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country
Glasshouse Pony Club Maleny Show results Contributed by Kelly Wall
Courtney Hull riding Kintyre Evita - 1st District Show Hunter Pony under 14 hands, 1st Novice Show Hunter Pony under 12.2 hands, 1st Open Show Hunter Pony, Overall Reserve Champion Show Hunter Pony, 1st Welsh Pony Mare over three years, 1st Welsh Pony Mare under Saddle, Overall Champion Welsh Mare or Filly, 1st Novice Pony Hack under 12.2 hands, Overall Reserve Champion Novice Pony Hack, 1st Local Pony Hack, 1st District Pony Hack, 1st Led Pony Hack under 12.2 hands, 1st Novice Pony Hack under 12.2 hands, Overall Champion Novice Pony Hack, 1st Intermediate Pony Hack under 12.2 hands, 1st Open Pony Hack under 12.2 hands, Overall Champion Small Pony Hack, 2nd Local Girl Rider under 17 years, 2nd Led Show Hunter Pony under 12.2 hands, 2nd Local Show Hunter Pony under 14 hands, 2nd Figure of 8 14 years – 17 years, 3rd Straight Barrel 14 years – 17 years, 3rd District Girl Rider under 17 years, 4th Open Girl Rider under 17 years, 4th Bounce Pony 14 years - 17years, 4th Bending Race 14 years - 17years. Emma-Lee Forster-Jones – one first, three second, reserve champion and two thirds. Samatha Lupton and her Daughter Sasha Norton riding Holly and Choccy Holly- 1st led thoroughbred, reserve champion 1st under saddle thoroughbred, Choccy- 1st led show hunter Galloway, 1st - Maiden show hunter Galloway, 1stNovice hunter Galloway, 1st Local Show hunter Galloway, 1st District show hunter Galloway, 1st Youth Show hunter Galloway, 1st Ladies Show hunter Galloway, 1st Maiden Galloway, 1st Novice Galloway, 1st Local Galloway. Kayla Moore – first maiden pony show Hunter; second Novice pony show hunter; reserve champion pony show Hunter; second district pony show Hunter; second maiden pony Hack; third district pony Hack; second Local pony Hack Out of six horses, five were eligible for local horse of the show from Glasshouse Pony Club. Belinda Short rode HUGO BOSS - first led
Karate students medal haul
Students from Beerwah Karate recently competed at the Queensland State Titles and JKA competition in Brisbane. Six students brought home six state title medals and six students brought home six medals at the
JUNE 13 2012
Contributed by Dennis Hume
Wednesday, June 6: Ladies Bowls Day. One game of Triples was played. Joan Wilson, Noelle Dean, Di Garland (Di played for both teams to make up the numbers) def Margaret Lehmann, Margaret Beasley, Di Garland 19 to 14. The men played a game of Pairs. Kerry Capern, Dennis Hume def John McSwain, Graham Young 26 to 12. The winners for the day were drawn from the hat and were Di Garland, Margaret Beasley and John McSwain. Thursday, June 7: Open Pairs. AM game winners were Ann White, Brad Burns 2 + 22. Runners up were Frank Fairfield, Ron Wilson + 16. PM game winners were Anne Howard, Jack Timm 2 + 39. Runners up were Maurie Dawes, Jonothan Orr with highest score + 19. Saturday, June 9: two Social games of Pairs were played. Rob Warnest (visitor from SA), Stewart Wilson def Rob Scullion, Graham Nicholson. Jack Timm, Warren Blackbourne def Brian Fogarty, Maurie Dawes. Contact Rob Scullion if interested in playing Saturday Social bowls.
Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club Contributed by Judy Walker
Courtney Hull riding Kintyre Evita warmblood, Champion in over 16hh, first in maiden show Hunter, first in local show Hunter, first in ladies show Hunter. BADGER - second novice show hunter Galloway, first local show hunter Gallowy, first Ladies show hunter Gallo. Meilland Galant – first Native Breed, third Supreme Breed. Chelsea Davis rode Kerron, first maiden Hack, second Novice Hack, reserve champion, third local hack and many ribbon in the sporting. Bobbie – placed two seconds and a third. Other Glasshouse Pony Club riders that attended and rode, Ashley Taylor, Katie Green, Jazi Parker and Kim Michael.
Tuesday, June 5: winners were Judy Walker and Ray Bryant. Raffles won by Eileen Pierce and Judy Walker. Friday, June 8: winners were Rosemay Roderick and Eileen Pierce and runners up Gloria and Nev Shaw. Social play only on Saturday.
Share the details of your clubs Blood, Sweat and Cheers
JKA competition last week. Every student did exceptionally well according to Sensei Ann Hill. Training is at Beerwah Community Hall Monday and Wednesday, phone 5491 3535 for further details.
Abbey Shaw, Zed Denny, Torrin McKenzie, Rick Johnstone, Maggie Denson, Lachlan Roband, Joe Shirley, Kody Hellen, Reece Roband, Mitchell Agnew (absent Riana Loffel) 30
Glasshouse Country Bowls Club
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White ant resistant Cypress chip and Cypress mulch
Cypress Chip $50m3 Screened Garden Blend $49m3
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With the cooler weather, we all like to get stuck into the larger landscaping jobs which we tend to put off through summer. Building new garden beds, renewing garden edging, creating a deck, fencing and building kids play structures are just some of these. And we all love the look and feel of timber. Copper chrome arsenate (CCA) is a timber treatment used to protect timbers – especially pine – from rot and termites. Australia, New Zealand and the USA are the three largest users of CCA treated timber in the world. A couple of years ago legislation kicked-in banning the sale of CCA treated timbers for use in structures which are likely to come into contact with people, particularly children. This includes garden furniture, picnic tables, exterior seating, play equipment, patio and domestic decking timbers and hand railings. But CCA treated timbers can still be used for garden edging, deck framing, fencing, screens, structural timbers, cladding, fascias, battening, retaining wall timbers, pergola timbers and posts. The authorities found that there was insufficient information for them to be satisfied that CCA treated timber was safe when used in situations where the community are likely to come into frequent and intimate contact. They also note that there is a risk – although not large – of the arsenic leaching into garden soil from CCA treated edging. Plants growing near the edging may take the arsenic up through their roots. While CCA treated timbers may be safe to generally use around the backyard, it is important that we try to protect the safety of ourselves and our families as much as possible. To reduce your risks, you should: • Cover any existing skin wounds before working with CCA timber • Wear a quality dust mask when cutting CCA timber • Keep food and drinks away from areas where you are cutting CCA timber • Wash your hands and face after working with CCA timber • Never burn CCA timber in a fireplace or barbecue • Don’t use the saw dust or wood shavings as mulch or in compost • Don’t use CCA timber where small children or animals might chew on the wood • Consider alternative timbers or treatments where possible One alternative is to use cypress pine. It is naturally termite, borer and rot resistant without having to use chemicals. Cypress pine is cheaper than using hardwood, and can last just as long in landscaping as treated timbers. The biggest thing is that you end up with a product which is safe for children, but can last longer than other types of timber.
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LIBRA September 23 – October 22 The health of a parent will start to improve. You will be feeling more secure within yourself. A new career is possible. Travel at the end of the month will be fun. Letting go of past hurts will be important. Making revisions on a creative project will be healing. New opportunities can arise with your work. A change of car is possible. SCORPIO October 23 – November 22 This can be a very lucky time for you so take advantage of any opportunities that come your way. Good news coming from an old friend. A short trip in the country will be fun. There can be quite a few changes in your home, as well as changes in your career. This is a good time to handle business affairs. Take time out for yourself. SAGITTARIUS November 23 – December 22 New friends made now will be important. A lot of short distance travel will be made. Self confidence will be high and your intuition will be very strong. Success is yours. This is a time of positive feelings of optimism and actualising your ideas. This certainly is a time of new beginnings and a sense of well being. A change in your work is likely. CAPRICORN December 23 – January 19 A change of residence is likely as well as new beginnings with your work. New people who come into your life now will be long lasting friends. Good news from family. For those singles, a new or an old love can appear from out of the blue. Business partnerships will also be beneficial. A windfall is also possible.
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AQUARIUS January 20 – February 19 Now you can reap what you have sown. You will find yourself confronted with more opportunities than ever before. Travel is possible with work. You will be able to achieve much now as your self confidence will be high. You now can better yourself with career, your finances and personal life. PISCES February 20 – March 20 Becoming closer to your family and friends will be important to you. There will be a need to let go of the past. Education and new studies are likely to be made now. You will be able to work hard and long to secure excellent results. Your finances will improve and travel is likely. A promotion and a new opportunity will present itself. ARIES March 21 – April 20 Maintaining a low profile at work will be to your advantage. New interests will open up for you and new friendships will be formed. If you’re single, romance can be in the air, which can change your life. The main thing is that you take things at a slow pace, before jumping in head over heels into new ventures and partnerships. TAURUS April 21 – May 21 Love and romance are something to take slowly. Buying a new car and some travel will be beneficial at this period. This can be a very lucky period for you and you may find yourself day dreaming. This can be a time of great inspiration and creativity. Your batteries will probably need recharging so don’t be too hard on yourself.
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