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Hi Everyone With the announcement last Saturday night that someone had been charged with the murder of Daniel Morcombe there has been a huge outpouring of emotion for the Morcombe family from across the nation and specifically on the Sunshine Coast. Over the years as the media has followed the story, many of us have wondered how the Morecombes' continued to battle on and stay in the public eye to keep the profile of Daniel’s case always present. Even just last week, almost eight years on from Daniel’s disappearance, Bruce and Denise were at the Beerwah Library presenting a talk and reminding parents to keep their kids safe. On Sunday morning when Bruce and Denise fronted the media from their home in Palmwoods (as someone who works in the

media) I found it both gripping and desperately hard to watch. It was so heart wrenching knowing that they are now closer to their final goal of finding Daniel, but faced with the horrible realisation that there is no longer any glimmer of hope (no matter how small) that Daniel would return home alive. Bruce told the assembled media that the person who is responsible picked on the wrong family – we would never give up, and after seeing the way they have lived their lives since that fateful day they have shown a determination that has been nothing short of astounding. Regards,

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AUGUST 17 2011

Next gathering of Glasshouse Country Menshed Inc, 8.30am 12.30pm at the Resource Recovery Centre, Roberts Road Beerwah. New and existing members welcome.

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Ladies DIY Car Maintenance workshop Learn how to do basic maintenance on your car: Change a tyre, check and change oil, water and brake fluid, replace windscreen wipers, jump start the car, do battery maintenance, safety, tools you need to keep in your car and more. From 12.30pm - 2.30pm at the Glasshouse Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, Ryan Street, Glass House. Cost is a gold coin donation. To book, contact Glasshouse Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, 5438 7000 or email or Holly 0407 165 308 or email

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Glass House Legacy Laurel Club August Meeting To be held at the Glass House Bowls Club 10.30am.

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40th Beerwah Charity Sports Day and Spring Carnival

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Graham Crane Memorial Golf Day – This fundraiser for Landsborough Community Kindy is in its 10th year. Two Ball Ambrose tee off 10.45am - 12.30pm, cost $13.00 per player. Golfers of all abilities are welcome to join. Plenty of prizes – ‘tee up’ your mates to help support the Kindergarten. Enquiries and bookings phone Woodford Golf Club Pro Shop 5496 1552.

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Spring Fair will be held from 9.00am - 3.00pm, at the St Pauls School - 55 Smiths Road, Caboolture. There will be rides, stalls, hot food, skydiving show, roving entertainment, animals, sideshow alley, an auction and much more! Entry is free.

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Sunny Coast Kids Family Fun Day, fundraiser for the Cancer Council QLD Relay for Life, Maleny Showgrounds, 10.00am – 4.00pm. Jumping Castles, Merry Go Rounds, Laughing Clowns, Food Stalls Twist Potato, Wood Fired Pizza, Face Painting, Kids Craft Activities - Fun and Funky Sand Art, A Plaster Surprise, Sparkles the Clown, Market Stalls. Contact Lara 0418 663 416.

Beerwah Sportsground Commencing 8.30am. Something for everyone, includes photography competition, live entertainment, Super Strawberry presentation. Admission - adults $2.00, children 50 cents. All profits to Cancer Council. Enquiries to Ross Lowe 5494 6654 or Bruce Page 5494 9557

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Help needed for Mooloolah Public Hall If a community is made up of its residents then the local Hall is the community’s heart, where many gatherings, events, dances, meetings and more are held. Mooloolah Public Hall on Bray Road officially opened in 1905 with a dance and is a beautiful, iconic building that holds many of Mooloolah’s memories. However, a building can’t run itself; behind the scenes is a small group of wonderful volunteers. They have been involved in running the Hall for between 10 and 20 years each. While a big thank you is certainly welcome what the committee needs now is some extra help. “What the Hall really needs is some younger energy, some new members and some fresh enthusiasm,” said Bev Smith, Secretary. “We’re regularly asked, why doesn’t the Hall hold regular dances or bingo or trivia nights, but the answer to that is because of the lack of membership. We need more Hall members; we need members of the community to show an interest in the hall.” Bev said the best reason to be involved would be town pride. “The Hall represents over 100 years of town history, and it belongs to the community, so it is our responsibility to preserve it for future generations,” she said.

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If no one steps forward to help soon the current committee will be worried, according to Bev. “Sooner or later the people now on the committee would have to step down, if there isn’t anyone there to run it, what will happen to the hall? “Mr Thomas Hall donated the land to be held in trust for the people of Mooloolah and districts and the Hall remains that way today. And that’s why it’s a community Hall, it’s not a council hall or anything else, it belongs to the community,” she said. Meetings are just once a month at 4.00pm and last less than an hour. (The committee will consider changing the time in future if required). Their Annual General Meeting is on Thursday, September, 8, also at 4.00pm. Everyone is welcome to attend to show their support for the Hall and hopefully lend a hand to ensure the Halls continuing important role in the community. “This is your town Hall, it was built by the people for the people and I’d like to think that people could take an interest and come along,” Bev said. Mooloolah Public Hall is located at 42 Bray Road, in the township of Mooloolah. Contact Elizabeth Smith President on 5494 7999, Richard Woodhouse Vice President on 5494 7748, or Bev Smith Secretary on 5494 7793.


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Flying high….on a bike By Rosemary Hayes

There are a few sports around that are definitely not for the faint-hearted - Freestyle Motocross is one of those yet Peachester resident, Cameron Hermansen, 20, couldn’t imagine doing anything else. This is despite the numerous injuries he has suffered through his three and a half years in the sport – these include a broken wrist, collar bones, damaged knees, ankles, hip, shoulders and many concussions. “Racing just didn’t appeal to me. I liked jumping big jumps, started doing tricks and just went from there,” Cam said. Freestyle Motocross is basically jumping a ramp and doing the best trick you possibly can while you’re in the air. The tricks have intriguing names such as rulers, backflips, holy grabs, jackhammers and seat grabs. Riding his Suzuki RM250, Cam dedicates as much time as he can to the sport. His talent and commitment saw him invited to this year’s Australian Underground FMX Championships, which is held over four states, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, over five months. Unfortunately in July disaster struck on Cam’s very first practise jump to test the ramp. It was wet from morning dew, and his wheel spun on the ramp causing him to land short. He broke the ball off the shoulder end of his humerus bone and needed a plate and eight screws inserted. “I was pretty bummed, just to let myself down and my sponsors. I’d been working pretty hard to get my tricks good, so I was a bit devastated,” he said.


Each day the average person will walk approximately 8543 steps, that’s over 3 million for every year we are alive! With every stride we take the joints (mechanics) in our feet are designed to move in sequence with the ‘loading’ of the foot. The muscles controlling these joints must be strong enough to resist the force going through the feet as we walk.

Cameron Hermansen “But the recovery hasn’t been too bad actually; it’s been a lot faster than my doctor said it would be. I’ve been working pretty hard trying to get my shoulder back to being strong again, just with physio and swimming and stuff.” Inspiring him during his recuperation has been his love of riding. “Since I’ve been off my bike I’ve missed it more than ever. I’m keen to get back into it again,” he said. His biggest achievement during his career has been mastering the backflip this year. He also enjoys being able to ride at various shows, including Monster Truck Shows. He’s now looking forward to competing in the last two rounds of the AUFMX Championships, where his goal is to “stay safe and have fun.” Cameron is also grateful for all the support he receives. “I’d like to thank my sponsors Greef Industries and Tiger Racing,” he said. If you would like to see Cameron perform he hopes to join his co-riders for a display at the Beerwah Charity Sports Day at the Beerwah Sportsground on Saturday, August 27. This will be a first for Beerwah to have such a display of aerial tricks and Cam is looking forward to it with eager anticipation.




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Drop Bears in the Glasshouse Mountains? The Glasshouse Mountains are many things to many people. To Brisbane film maker Lennard Smith, 21, the mountains were a perfect location for his 30 minute short film ‘Drop Bear’.

The ‘drop bear’, a fictitious Australian creature, first piqued Lennard’s interest over a year ago. “The drop bear is almost part of our culture; something that most Australians relate to in one way or another – whether it’s sharing childhood camping stories, pranking tourists or just poking fun,” Lennard said. “Whilst writing the script, I came across a Facebook page for ‘Drop Bears’ that had a staggering 114,000 fans at the time.” He began writing the script in August last year and finished just four months later. He then found locations and cast the film, which includes Kelsie McDonald who recently won the Best Actress Award at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival 2011. “And so began the exciting process of production! Our shoot began at a lovely camping ground just outside of Woodford, Neurum Creek Bush Retreat, across two, three-day weekends. The owners kindly sponsored the film, and were fantastic hosts,” Lennard said. Drop Bear follows a group of students on a school camp out in the bush including Adam an adventurous young teenager who loves the thrill of breaking the rules. With his fearlessness to explore, he stumbles across a mystery never proven before – however he’s not the only one to discover it.

“My aim for the film is to distribute online. Since the trailer was uploaded eight weeks ago it has received 25,000 views. I’m very excited about the upcoming release and have been extremely grateful to everyone who has played a part in helping bring my idea to the screen,” he said. The trailer can be viewed online at or for more information visit

As well as filming at Glasshouse Mountains, other locations included Buderim and Brisbane. “The various shoots have been a challenge, but have been a rewarding experience and worth it for all the footage we’ve got. I can assure you it will be a fantastic film,” he said. The film is currently in post-production and Lennard hopes to have a release date later this year.

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Australia Zoo cheetah survey new 'Africa' surrounds Australia Zoo’s four resident cheetah have had a first peek at the plains of the Zoo's new savannah in time for the opening of 'Africa' in September.

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Cleo, Foxy, Sheeba and Echo have checked out their new neighbours in what is set to become Australia Zoo’s largest exhibit, including rhinos and Queensland’s only giraffes and zebras. Australia Zoo head of Africa department, Manu Ludden, said the cheetah are thrilled with the new surroundings.

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Stacey paints America

When we last spoke to Stacey Bentley, 16, from Landsborough, she was heading to America to compete in the Paint Horse Youth World Games at Fort Worth Texas in 2010. With the challenge facing all riders to compete using an unknown horse, Stacey did herself and her country proud by achieving two Reserve World Championships (2nd) for showmanship and barrel racing. Her Australian team came fifth overall. “That was the happiest moment of my life pretty much and my horse riding career. I don’t feel like I could have done any better,” Stacey said. The sport of paint horse riding is to show exceptional horsemanship of English and Western based equestrian events with a registered paint horse. A paint horse must have white patches on its markings.

Since Fort Worth, Stacey has had exciting news, her previous horse is in foal and Stacey is now riding a new horse, Charley. “I’ve broken him in myself,” Stacey explains, “so I’ve been training him. Most people send their horses off to paid trainers, professional trainers, but I’ve been doing all that work myself.” Stacey recently competed at the Queensland Championships from July 18 to 24 at Caboolture. Even though Charley had been sick prior to the event and is still a young horse, Stacey won High Point Senior Youth and High Point Overall Youth. “I was really surprised when my name was called out for the winner,” Stacey said. “Now I’m feeling like I really want to get Year 12 out of the way so I can start riding him so much more. Really put some work into him to get him up to the level

where he could be at. I’ve reached the point where I don’t have anything to prove, it’s all smooth sailing from here and having fun.” It’s clear Stacey has many options open to her when she graduates from Beerwah High School, including an offer to go back to America. “One of the trainers has invited me to go back over and work with her whenever I would like, so that’s an option I’m considering,” she said.

Veggie garden under guard The kids at Landsborough Kindy are learning about the importance of protecting their veggie garden with the inclusion of their very own ‘Dingle Dangle’ Scarecrow.

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Fun for kids at Charity Sports Special events for children have always been a feature at the Beerwah Charity Sports and Spring Carnival. All the old favourites are on the program this year for the 40th sports day, Saturday, August 27at the Beerwah Sports Ground. The horse events include a junior ring program and special classes for under eights. One of the highlights every year is the horse and rider fancy dress class where we always see a spectacular array of costumes. Horses have been dressed as cows, zebras or giraffes, and riders often represent characters as diverse as brides, ballet dancers and bushrangers! Old-fashioned novelty athletics are another crowd favourite. The three-legged races, sack races, and wheelbarrow race are always popular. Then there is egg throwing for kids and adults, and the mums can compete in the Ladies’ Broom Throwing Competition.

Cancer Council mascot Sid the Seagull will arrive about 10.00am with free sample bags for the first 100 kids. The Croc Cruiser from Australia Zoo will also be there from 10.00am with activities for children. The animal nursery this year is provided by Sunshine Coast Party Ponies, and entry is free. There will also be face painting by students from Beerwah High School Interact Club. Bring your pets along for the pet parade at 12.00noon. There are numerous categories, with most pets winning prizes, and the fancy dress section always attracts some interesting entries. Many other activities cater for the whole family – rides, stalls and displays, refreshments, Shetland trotters, vintage vehicles, ute show, photography competition, fashion parade, music and more. Enquiries to Bruce Page (5494 9557) or Ross Lowe (5494 6654).

The horse and rider fancy dress class is a highlight of Beerwah Charity Sports

Successful retreat for Glasshouse Country By Br John Stevenson and Daniel Gullotta

Fr George Henry, Br John Stevenson OGS and Daniel Gullotta (OGS Companion) On August 6, in the peaceful and scenic surrounds of the Landsbrough Anglican Rectory, around 30 people assembled for a retreat and reflection day led by Fr George Henry (Kilcoy/ Woodford Anglican Parish), Br John Stevenson OGS, and OGS Companion Daniel Gullotta. Beginning with a Festive Mass in honour of Blessed Nicholas Ferrar, reflection focused on the Seven Notes of the Oratory of the Good Shepherd and their application for everyday Christian life. The Seven Notes, inspired by the example and witness of Blessed Nicholas Ferrar, are one of the central documents for life in the Oratory. They are Fellowship, Liberty, Stewardship, Labour of Mind, the Love that makes for Peace, Discipline, and Joy. Each session began with Prayer and Taize worship, entering into a reflection given by one of the leaders. Partakers commented on how wonderful and thought provoking it was to have reflections from three different generations of Christians (Baby Boomer, Gen X and Gen Y).

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Talented youth

Winner Becc Holdorf with Studio 51 Errol Stratford and Homestead President Steve Fraser The 2011 Homestead Youth Talent Expo was a huge success uncovering some great new talent. Becc Holdorf from Boonah was this years overall winner and will be performing at next years Urban Country Music Festival as part of her prize. The crowd was in awe of this 14-year-old’s ability both vocally and musically. Veteran entertainer and Judge Paul Wilson said “it was exhausting watching high quality acts in a continual procession - a very hard decision.” Last year’s winner, Brodie Holmes, left the audience wanting more after his special guest performance and with some members saying that Brodie was destined to stardom.

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Kids help hope bloom this Daffodil Day The students and school community at Landsborough State Primary School will proudly support Cancer Council Queensland’s vision for a cancer-free future this Daffodil Day. For the 10th year, staff, students and the school community will support Daffodil Day on Friday, August 26. Landsborough State Primary School Teacher, Irene Faulkner, rallies the school and students to support Daffodil Day each year. “All of our students get involved with Daffodil Day, they love selling the merchandise to our wonderful school community of parents, grandparents and volunteers,” she said. “The support we receive for Cancer Council Queensland is wonderful. Last year we raised around $1,000, which is tremendous for a small school of around 300 students. “Our school community are absolutely wonderful and they come back each year to buy the fresh daffodils, Dougal Bears and other Daffodil Day merchandise including pens, pins, ribbons and wrist bands to support the Cancer Council. “Daffodil Day is also a great initiative for our students because they love knowing that this is a way to help make a difference for people who have been affected by cancer. “We have past and present family and staff members who have undergone, or are currently undergoing cancer treatments, and we remember those who have lost their battle with cancer, so it’s a cause very close to all of our hearts.” Fundraising Co-ordinator at Cancer Council Queensland, Jodi Durkin, thanked Landsborough State Primary School for their support for Daffodil Day. “Every dollar raised from volunteers like Landsborough State Primary School for Daffodil

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Skipping for funds On Friday, June 10, four schools from the Glasshouse Coalition of Schools joined forces with Maroochydore and Pacific Paradise State School to participate in a ‘Skip for SCIPS Day’ Skip-a-thon to raise money and awareness of the Supporting Children in Primary Schools (SCIPS) program. SCIPS connects children and families with relevant community resources and professional services to help them overcome issues that are resulting in learning or schooling difficulties. Students’ sponsorship efforts were rewarded with tuckshop vouchers and tickets in a raffle for some great prizes. The raffle draw took place at Landsborough State School on Tuesday, August 2,

with SCIPS Facilitator, Beccy Hyde, and Behaviour Support Consultant for the Glasshouse Coalition of Schools, John Mayes, and representatives from the participating Glasshouse primary schools (Beerburrum, Beerwah, Elimbah and Landsborough) in attendance. First prize, a mountain bike, went to T. Scoda (Maroochydore SS); M. Hooke (Beerwah SS) won second prize, a Wii resort console; and K. Reavley (Beerburrum SS) received third prize, a portable dvd player. Congratulations to the lucky winners and all the participants. Thank you to everyone for your support and generous donations.

Japanese students visit GCCC for a fair dinkum experience Contributed by Sandy Johnson Glasshouse Country Christian College has welcomed a group of 24 Japanese students from the city of Koshigaya for a two week study visit. Koshigaya is almost 60 times the size of Beerwah so it was a real eye-opener for the 16-year-old Japanese students. The Japanese students enjoyed the quintessential Beerwah experience of seeing kangaroos on the GCCC oval every morning and afternoon and loved the relaxed friendliness of the Australian students. Even though the Koshigaya students loved our wildlife, their favourite experience was one we take for granted every day. The teenagers were absolutely blown away to see the stars in the sky! Most of them had never seen stars because their city lights are so bright. Beerwah put on a good show with clear skies most nights and even a spattering of shooting stars just to show off. Although the visitors had English classes each morning, in the afternoon they went to integrated classes with their Australian buddies. GCCC students were treated to calligraphy and origami lessons and they in turn taught the Japanese students how to say “G’day mate, ‘owyagoin?” with just the right Aussie twang.

On their last day at GCCC, the Koshigaya students put on a concert. Demonstrations of Japanese toys and games were followed by a really cute dance by some of the girls dressed up in Pokeman style costumes. The final act was a traditional Japanese fishing dance which culminated in Japanese and Aussies students dancing and singing together. There were many tears during the final goodbyes but the friendships will remain.

Five of the Koshigaya students gave a very cute performance in their Pokeman style costumes

Peachester kids with green thumbs Students at Peachester have been growing fantastic produce and are excited about their school applying for a Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Grant so they can learn more about preparing and sharing the fresh produce they grow. "I’m looking forward to eating lots of beans," says Kayla. "As long as the brush turkeys don’t eat our seedlings," replied Zoe.

Principal Rosemary Hodder said "only 28 schools across Queensland will be successful and we want to be one of them!" Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden schools are changing the way children approach and think about food. All around the country, children are enthusiastically getting their hands dirty and learning how to grow, harvest, prepare and share fresh seasonal food. The school needs lots of help to design and construct their kitchen and enlarge their vegetable gardens. If you are willing to help out with time and ideas, please come to our information session on Tuesday, August 23 at 9.00am. We are looking for help with design and construction of our kitchen, working with children and teachers in the vegetable gardens and also kitchen lessons and advice on how to grow even better fruit and vegetables. All enquiries can be directed to the school on 5439 5111.

Kayla and Zoe plant their bean seedlings, hoping the brush turkeys don’t get ‘first dibs’ before the girls see the beans!

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Where there’s a Will, there’s a way By Rhonda James

Rhonda James “Have you got a Will?” I asked my two youngest sisters as we sat one day enjoying a coffee. It was a conversation my two sisters never liked having with me. They awkwardly kept drinking their coffee, waiting for the other one to answer first. “I don’t like to think about that sort of stuff,” one sighed. “Don’t have time,” the other chimed in, both hoping that would put an end to the conversation. I asked again. “Have you got a Will?” After hearing a plethora of excuses on why they didn’t, I began to explain. “You both have children. Who is going to take care of them if you were to pass away? Your in-laws? And what about your property, your business? Who would be capable of running your business? Suddenly, one sister was lost in thought as to who would look after her daughter while my other sister was thinking about her business. A business has to be run in such a way that anyone could walk in and keep it running efficiently which means ensuring it remains profitable. Does your business have the systems to enable this to happen? The benefit of being in a high quality franchise system ensures that, if it was to happen to a Franchisee, someone else could jump in and ensure their business was not affected. As an example, at James’ Home Services, our Agreements have a clause that if this was to occur, our Regional Masters would assist in the efficient running of the business pending the sale of the business. Having a Will assists in success continuing for your family, long after you have gone. Where there’s a Will there’s a way to sort these all important life issues.

‘It takes a Village’

Village Building, owner of Acacia Grove located in Beerburrum, is a residential developer with over 23 years experience of providing affordable and sustainable housing options over three states. Established in 1988, Village Building has completed over $1.6 billion of work, including over 13,000 residential lots and 4,500 homes, winning over 40 awards for its commitment to Aerial shot of the earmarked Acacia Grove site affordable housing, at Beerburrum and sustainability. Village Building targets development sites located in close proximity to public transport, providing easy access to shopping and employment centres for residents and helping reduce the carbon footprint, encouraging a mix of housing products in order to create strong, vibrant and diverse communities. At Acacia Grove, Village Building is offering large residential lots close to public transport, primary schools and shops. With views of the Glasshouse Mountains, Acacia Grove provides a relaxed lifestyle with larger home sites and green open spaces. Lot sizes range from 1500sqm to 2550sqm and are priced from $199,900 to $299,900. With large lots now hard to find, Acacia Grove, gives room for buyers to build a large home of their dreams as well as being able to use a builder of their choice. Village Building point out that with building a new home, eligible buyers can take advantage of an additional $10,000 grant, thanks to The Queensland Government Home Builders Boost which recently became available through to January 31, 2012, conditions apply. With work soon commencing onsite at Acacia Grove, Village Building ask you to ‘watch this space’ for the newest information on its development. The Acacia Grove sales office is open on weekends by or by appointment. Abode sales office is open seven days a week. For more information please call Sharyn 0408 021 151 or Elisha 0448 891 146 or visit the website

Slipper to host small business forum Member for Fisher and Deputy Speaker Peter Slipper will host a small business forum later this month, with Shadow Small Business Minister Bruce Billson as special guest. Business owners from across the Sunshine Coast and hinterland are invited to meet with Mr Billson, and to share their experiences and their ideas on improving conditions for businesses in current economic challenges.

“All business is doing it tough at the moment, and it’s particularly difficult for small business, which is the major employment sector in Australia, so it’s vital that they get every opportunity possible to express their views and improve their situation,” Mr Slipper said. “Mr Billson is very committed to small business people, their employees and their families; he is determined to improve the sector; he is

compassionate and is a great communicator.” “I urge all small business owners on the Sunshine Coast to attend the forum and meet him and discuss current small business issues.” The Small Business Forum will be held at Lake Kawana Community Centre, August 30, from 10.00am to 12.00noon. RSVPs are required for seating and catering purposes to 5444 4888.

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Two of our local business women became proud parents recently. Carly of Stepping Out Podiatry welcomed the arrival of baby girl Maggie Rose O’Donoghue on June 23; this is the first daughter to proud parents Carly and Steven O’Donoghue weighing 8lb 15oz. Then on July 31, Smilies’ owner Tania also welcomed their new bub into the world. Proud parents Tania and Glen are delighted with Marley arriving safely at 7lb. Congratulations to both families.

Full house It was certainly a full house at the Beerwah Peachester RSL Sub Branch on Sunday night, August 6, with their unbelievable $5.00 special. Rumour has it that the club will be hosting many of these great specials in the future so watch out for some great offers coming up. Locals who attended the night have commented on how Beerwah Peachester RSL Sub Branch great the food was!

Community Group Updates Glasshouse Mountains Musos Club Contributed by Dr Michael Whiticker

The club is held every second Thursday at the Glasshouse Sport Club, and last week I was reminded that the gift of music is truly something special. But it is not just the ability to make music that enriches one’s life, being able to enjoy others making music is also a gift. One of the Muso Club regulars – Clive, asked if his severely disabled 20-year-old son Andrew could perform for a couple of minutes. I was pleased to be able to offer him the stage and a few minutes in the little bit of limelight that we can offer. And what a performance he provided – simple but rhythmically vital, subtly varied, and delivered with a total love of the instrument in his hand. I am sure I was not alone in feeling privileged to have him share a few minutes of his music with us, and I do hope he graces us again with his presence. Later in the evening a newcomer – Mick Shipley, got up to sing a few songs. He was a little nervous, but he had brought along impeccably prepared music, so as accompanists we were able to give our best to his performance. He sung wonderfully and, as he had apparently only taken up singing at the age of 60, I wish him the best in his new found career and hope we see him again at the Musos Club. There is another who provides inspiration for me on a regular basis, and who I am sure won’t mind being used as an example of the wonder and beauty of music. My colleague Paul has had a few setbacks in life, having lost a leg as a child and being deaf in one ear. Suffering severe depression during his working life, a couple of broken marriages, and addictions to nicotine and alcohol, hasn’t helped his lot in life, and his dependence on the Carers' pension to put food on the table is not a brilliant career move for a 60 year old, but a happier and more positive person I have rarely come across. It may be Sue, his lovely wife of 12 years who gives him most cause for happiness today, but it might also be having music in his life, as once Paul gets on stage he simply burns with the guitar in his hand. His performance this last week was uplifting and a lesson to us all that there are some Brian performs things that money simply can’t buy.


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Community Group Updates Scouts have great raffle prizes Local Law Review – Have your say Council is reviewing its local laws to achieve one functional, easy to understand and enforceable suite of local laws for the region. These laws affect you, so we want your input. Council welcomes submissions on the proposed local laws between 15 August 2011 and 11 September 2011. Visit council’s website to view the proposed local laws, fact sheets, public interest test plans and to make your on-line submission. You can also view this information and collect a submission form at council’s customer contact centres and libraries. Information sessions will be held around the region. Visit council’s website for details. Sunshine Coast Regional Council Locked Bag 72 Sunshine Coast Mail Centre Qld 4560 T 07 5475 7272 F 07 5475 7277 E

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The Landsborough Scout Group has been going for just over one year and is in desperate need of new equipment – so they have organised this raffle to raise some funds. There are some great prizes including an Electric Quad Bike $700.00 from Urban ATV, a 60cm Glass canopy Range hood $500.00 from Mick Stevens, an iPod Touch $250.00 from Harcourts Caloundra, an ice box $200.00 from Ice Box Company and a car service $190.00 from Auto Leaders Caloundra. If you are interested in finding out about Cubs or Scouts the Cubs meet on Wednesday night from 6.30pm - 7.30pm and the Scouts meet

on Thursday night 6.00pom - 8.00pm at Rocky Creek Campsite Gympie Road. You are welcome to come along to see if you might like to join in the fun or purchase some tickets for your chance to win some major prizes!

Glasshouse Country Senior Citizens Club Inc. Contributed by Ian McCarron

At our August monthly meeting the lucky door prize winner was Bonnie Breitkreutz. The raffle winner was Marjorie Wilcox. Birthdays for this month: Hazel Elliss and Bonnie Breitkreutz. Many happy returns to you both. Wedding anniversaries for this month: Alf and Hazel Graham, George and Joan Bowers. Many more anniversaries to all of you. To our special guest for this month - our Sunshine Coast Councillor Anna Grosskreutz, many thanks to you for your very informative speech. President Patricia Williamson presented a fruit bowl to Anna Grosskreutz on the completion of her speech. Reminders: Tuesday, August 23 - Games day. Morning tea 9.00am – 9.15am. Prizes to be won in lucky door, raffle, carpet bowls and cards games. Tuesday, September 13 - Monthly meeting. Morning tea 9.00am – 9.15am. Lucky door

and raffle prizes to be won. Lunch will be at ‘Gowinta’ strawberry farm. Tuesday, September 20 - Visit from Sandgate Senior Citizens Club. Hall will be open at 8.00am to set up dinner tables, stall and kitchen. Items are needed for the stall and for the progressive raffle please. Lucky door and raffle prizes to be won. Tuesday, September 27 - Games day. Thursday, September 29 - Bus trip to ‘Taromeo’ Cattle Station. Morning tea. Luncheon will be provided at the Station where the camp ovens are used. Lucky door prize and raffle on the day. Bus pick up times will be discussed at September monthly meeting. Bookings and enquiries ring Jim on 5496 9836. Tuesday, October 11 - Monthly meeting. Morning tea 9.00am – 9.15am. Lucky door and raffle prizes to be won. Our guest speaker for this month is from the SES (State Emergency Service). Tuesday, October 25 - Games day. Tuesday, November 8 - Monthly meeting. Barbecue lunch at Ewen Maddock Dam.

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The Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, August 18 at the Guide Hut in Arthur Street, Caloundra. The winner of the Lorrie Barzdo Writers Award will be announced and all members and guests are invited to attend. In September, the group will welcome Mr Les McFadzen, The immediate past president of History Queensland, to the podium. Mr McFadzen will speak on ‘The history of migration in Australia’. All activities conducted by the group, including general meetings with guest speakers (1.30pm to 4.00pm on the third Thursday of each month) are held at the Guide Hut in Arthur Street, Caloundra. Enquiries are welcomed by contacting Valerie on 5437 3879 or Jocelyn on 5494 9807. The group can also be reached by email at GCNews welcomes contributions from all local community groups and service clubs. Please note the editorial deadline is 12.00noon each Friday. If you have missed the deadline your article will not be considered for the next edition. For articles that do meet the deadline every effort will be made to include them in the next edition. However if we receive more contributions than we have space available your contribution may be held over until the following week. Priority is given to articles / notices that are time specific. The philosophy of GCNews is to ensure community groups and other regular contributors have equal opportunity in accessing the free community space made available each week. Please keep contributions to a maximum of 250 words, or 200 words and a photo. Submissions may be edited if too lengthy and in accordance with the GCNews style guide. For further information including guidelines for submitting an article or notice, email

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You Said It Thank you

Thank you to Embracia in Glasshouse Country Beerwah for giving the residents such a lovely time. My mum moved in about five months ago and from day one she loved it. The staff are all so caring and happy. Nothing seems to be a trouble to them. Last week they had ‘Ekka Week’ with lots of entertainment. One room was done out as ‘Side Show Alley’, and another as arts and crafts. One day pets came, another day vintage cars and on the Friday they finished off the week with a concert by ‘The Shining Stars’ and a great time was had by all. I am very grateful to my neighbour Brenda who told me to have a look at Eden (as it was called then). I had been looking for months to get mum in to somewhere nice and I am so grateful to Suzanne, the Director of care for accepting mum as a resident. I couldn’t believe my luck. It is piece of mind knowing mum is getting 24/7 care in a beautiful environment with beautiful staff. Thank you again. Carol Moss, Diamond Valley

The elusive Councillor

Where is she, lost in the Ranges, not Landsborough? No, not Councillor Anna Grosskreutz, but Jenny McKay, Councillor for Landsborough, where Optus mobile phone tower’s proposed site is, in a line, opposite Bucks’ Bakery, across the Railway car park, platforms one and two, a narrow lane, and just over the back fence of land leased by Savage Landscapers. Since May 23, there have been two items in GCNews by Cr Jenny McKay saying concerns could not be ignored re phone tower etc. Even an hour in person, surely could have been spared to meet and discuss Landsborough’s concerns? After petition and mail was presented to council a thank you to Cr McKay was seen on website as a late submission! Confusion? Five days are now left to object to council, via email, phone or letter, but we should not have been left to fight alone to keep Landsborough safe and clean and green. May the powers to be see reason. Anne, Landsborough


Because of ‘blanket’ protection, bats or flying foxes, appear to have multiplied into plague proportions. The recent Hendra virus infections resulting in deaths of horses and one pet dog only serve to create a public backlash to these animals. Solutions, such as culling or moving habitats, have been proposed but each meets with disapproval from the environmental lobby. Perhaps the most humane option would be to scientifically interfere with the breeding cycle. Making a generation or two of these animals infertile could reduce the numbers to a more acceptable level. Patricia Aitken Mooloolah Valley

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Not that stupid

Are we as stupid, lazy and moronic as the government think we are? If you have pollies who go for overseas trips when they like (with family of course); have free cars, meals, cheap tours, hotels, airfares, big wages, pensions, and free mail - well they might be right. Greed starts at the top and boy are we top heavy. But it proves if you have the brain power, to fuel a two watt globe, be a pollie. Then pass laws, where a garage sale of Australia sells out our farmers, lets our trademark business go overseas, sell the land off, sell our coal cheap, iron ore, cattle, etc etc, then buy it back at big prices, and in so doing break our retail trade, fish trade etc. Then when it runs out, sell what is left for nuclear waste dumps. Which proves, what a brainless, look ahead, lot we have, the most inept pollies ever? If we let this excuse for a government go on, pity the future generations. Everyone has the right to work, home, wages, to look after the sick, old, etc. Have you ever seen a pollie living in a nursing home, or wait like us morons at a hospital? What about go looking for a job, or trying to save your home? They say they can earn more at private business, like a hot dog stand, but would they have the nouse to know which first, the frankfurt or the bun? Let’s face it, you get what you vote for, my God what a choice, the bullet or the noose. As a 77-year-old, I am disgusted at how they have brought this nation to its knees. Where have the billions or trillions gone, for our wealth? We should all be on happy street, where did it go? Don’t ask our pollies, they have trouble counting on their fingers. We should be like other countries after two terms kick them all out, and get new blood in. All in all, the parasites will go. I love this country, and I don’t like it becoming a joke. We need people with common sense and courage to lead. We know what is wrong, so let’s face it. As Russ Hinze said when he lost the election to the one who beat him, welcome to the best club in Australia. L. Swansborough Mooloolah

Gloom and despair! Woe is me!

To listen to most of the mainstream media, politicians, stock market analysts, business leaders, and many 'letters to the editor' commentators, there is no good news to be had. But when I look locally, I find there is good news in the air (and it’s not just the promise of spring around the corner). There are positive things happening here which we should take note of and be pleased about. It was first noticed when we got the new Visitor Information and Interpretive Centre, a great focal point which continues to attract and serve visitors in numbers. Then we had the Glasshouse Country News relocate into finely refurbished premises, great neighbours to have in our community. Recently and currently, we have a striking 'Welcome Marker' erected at the entrance to GHM town which cleverly mimics our great Glasshouse Mountains; the new streetscape is taking shape and is looking better with each passing day. Others have sensed the change for the better and been attracted to open new businesses.

A couple of families have offered us 7 Secrets Pizza and their tasty fare and now the opening of Sunny’s on Steve Irwin Way (with yummy curries and other beaut dishes). Lots of other people are doing lots of other positive things in our area as well, if we just take the time to notice them. Now it’s up to us, the rest of the community to get behind these changes, and support them. But we need to tear our attention away from the doom and gloom from time to time, and replace our moaning with our support. Cliff Schnick Glass House Mountains

A matter of discipline

Way back when, governments questioned how much discipline was too much, for parents or schools. There are a lot of good people out there who have children and who know how much is enough. But questioning parents discipline role in some families created fear, how much, how little, or none at all? They have a sense of entitlement, they have attitude, and they know parents won’t say or discipline them, they want, they have, they do, because they can. Questioning the parent's role has created confusion for children, they eventually are so full of entitlement, and they can take, hurt or do whatever they want. Some leave home, not knowing whether they're loved or not. Discipline and saying no to wrong, and yes to good behaviours, is structure and balance. If the adults fear to discipline, the children have none. I see and hear lots of entitlement and attitude from adults, the children see that too. This is not to be confused with confidence - because it's not. The entitlement attitude has created a higher crime rate, they want, they take, they hurt, isn’t that creating anarchy? There are a lot of really lovely, responsible parents out there, who know how much is enough and who love their children. The line between them and the adults who fear to discipline, to say no to wrong and yes to good behaviours, are really contributing to undisciplined adult hood and an irresponsible next generation. In the environment of today just living is tough. Being responsible and controlling their children because they love them, is surely better than losing as adults the parent's role of being able to discipline their own? Not the child over powering the parent. I see it often, the parent doesn't know why the child left home, they live on the streets, there are dysfunctional families, confused kids, mixed messages. We need balance and structure. Good and bad, and to know the difference. Kids need to learn to buy and save for their needs, not take what they want. Dropping the drinking age has contributed to more road carnage, irresponsible driving and death is making more news than ever before. It's not the fault of the road - it wouldn’t matter if they made it bigger or wider, the driver is supposed to be in control of the machine. This is contributing to higher costs, rego, insurance and rates. Anyone would think they dropped the age to raise revenue. I am writing this because I don’t understand how or where common sense has gone. For God’s sake turn it around. C.Argo Beerwah

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Many teens think that a glowing tan is a sign of health, but there is nothing healthy about a tan,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A tan is your bodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s way of telling you that your skin cells are in trauma and this puts you at risk of being one of the over 2,660 Queenslanders diagnosed with a potentially fatal melanoma each year.â&#x20AC;? Queensland has amongst the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, with over 130,000 non-melanoma skin cancers diagnosed each year. Through this competition, Cancer Council is challenging teens to show their friends that natural skin is in and tanning is out.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want teens to show us that they know better and that they are proud of their natural skin.â&#x20AC;? Original Skin competition prizes include: First prize: Slazenger sports packs valued at $520.00 each; second prize: iLuv Audio Cube iPad Speaker Docks, also compatible with iPhone and iPod valued at $180.00 each; third prize: Moosehead urban hair packs valued at $65.00 each. Schools that enter five or more submissions can win a Star Outdoor Marquee with their schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name on it. Visit original skin for more information. Entries close at 5.00pm on September 30.

How to apologise

Contributed by Martine Goedhart Glasshouse Country Toastmasters Professional athletes, late-night talk show hosts, financial gurus, corporate executives, celebrities and, surprise, surprise - politicians are once again in the news for acting badly. And they’re offering apologies. Even with the best of intensions we all, at times, do or say things that fall short of our own standards and that hurt other people’s feelings. Here is a list – based on a few recent public examples - of the five most common ways how not to apologise. Blame the other person – Start by saying how sorry you are. Then shift the focus from your actions to the other person’s reactions: ‘I’m sorry that you were offended by what I did or said.’ Make it sound as if the other person’s thin skinned sensibilities, outdated notions of fairness, or failure to understand what you really meant -not your misdeeds - are the real culprits. This common ploy lets you sound like you’re apologising without requiring you to express regret. If you are clever enough, you may even get people to apologise to you. They might say, ‘I’m sorry, maybe I was overly sensitive’. Offer an excuse – If you can’t blame someone else, you can always blame other circumstances. You can always point the finger at any number of situations beyond your control: the weather, the economy, the computer, the economic crises, the stress of having too much to do. If for example, someone criticises you for missing a deadline, say with a sigh, ‘my computer crashed - must have been a virus - and it took forever to fix it.’ Not only have you shifted people’s attention away from your failure to something you can’t possibly be accountable for, you’ve also made yourself a victim. Use the passive voice – Say ‘mistakes were made’, instead of ‘I made a mistake.’  ‘There was an error of judgement.’ Instead of

Experiencing the high life Local Year 7 students had a taste of high school life last week, with a special ‘Transition Day’ hosted by Beerwah State High School. “The change from primary school to secondary school is significant and we hope that by visiting our high school for a day, Year 7 students will gain some familiarity with the way high school operates. We hope to reduce any anxiety about attending high school and also increase student's excitement levels,” says Beerwah High teacher Mr Daniel Leftwich. Approximately 200 students from Beerwah, Elimbah, Glenview, Peachester, Beerburrum, Glass House, Mooloolah and Landsborough State Schools visited Beerwah High over three days and tried out specialist classes in science, drama, physical education, home economics and industrial technology. “On these transition days we offer learning activities that students may not have experienced before. When visiting our high school, students also enjoy meeting with former primary students who now attend Beerwah High and meeting Year 7 students from other schools,” Mr Leftwich explains. There is also a social element to the high school transition days, with a barbecue lunch prepared by Beerwah High students, who took their roles as hosts seriously and helped the primary school visitors settle into the high school schedule.

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Living Well Photographer's Corner With the Grafx Group Contributed by Annette Pendlebury

Seascape Ever thought of converting your image to black and white? Doing so can result in some striking results. ‘Seascape’ was taken at Dicky Beach 9.55am in August. Canon 5D MkII 24mm – 105mm at 32.00mm, f/11, with a shutter speed 1/60, Aperture Priority mode. Sometimes an image begs to be converted to black and white. Removing the distraction of colour can result in a dramatic interpretation of the same image. There are various methods available to convert an image to black and white using your favourite editing program. The RGB channels in your digital image can be manipulated giving more tonal control. Often these channels can be ‘pushed’ a little further

‘I was wrong.’ ‘Regrettably, things turned out not at all as we anticipated.’ Instead of ‘I regret having done things that caused so much trouble and hard feelings.’ Delay as long as possible – You may feel inclined (decent people often do) to offer an apology the moment you realise you’ve done something wrong. Avoid saying anything at all. Wait and see how things play out. Maybe people will forget about what you did, or maybe someone else will do something even worse. Then you’re off the hook. If people bring up your misconduct, you can sigh as if it is rude to mention something that happened so long ago. Offer a quasi apology - ‘I’m sure we’re all sorry that things turned out the way they did’ and suggest that there are more important issues at hand and shouldn’t we be getting on with things? Hide your feelings – If you feel remorse or even guilt because of what you have done (people with a conscience often do) make sure no one knows it.

'Seascape' by Annette than in a coloured image. Manipulating the channels you can create different ‘moods’. For example opening up shadow areas will produce a lighter airiness to your image, while an image dominated with dark tones can result in a dark sombre mood or give a shady early morning look. Try it you’ll soon be ‘converted’. U3A Beerwah Grafx Group meets each Thursday at Beerwah Library.

Make an apology the way sincere people do. Tell people you’re sorry. Accept responsibility. Offer to make amends. Ask for understanding and forgiveness. But, in the mean time, make it sound as if you don’t believe a word you’re saying. If possible, read from a script. Speak in a monotone. Avoid eye contact. And never reveal a heartfelt emotion. If you follow these five simple guidelines, people may complain that you haven’t apologised at all. They may even feel more offended than before. In Toastmasters Clubs you will surely discover some more appropriate words and actions. Join us for a meeting every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. We meet in the hall of the Church on the Rise, Peachester Road, Beerwah. You can find us on the web. Google Glasshouse Toastmasters.

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For the Year 7 students, the day served as a casual introduction to the high school environment and a chance to meet key staff and investigate opportunities on offer at Beerwah State High School. One of those opportunities is Beerwah High’s new iLearn program, on offer for Year 8 students for the first time in 2012. The innovative program will see enrolled students replacing traditional exercise books with an iPad for all classes in Years 8 to 10 and expressions of interest are now being invited from parents of Year 7 students from around the region.

Ben Denson and Kiara-Leigh Hill from Elimbah State School with Beerwah High student at Beerwah High’s Transition Day

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Things 2 Do

Go a bit dotty

The Friends of Ebenezer Australia Inc. supports an orphanage, a school and a farm in Livingstone, Zambia.

Artist Janna Pameijer shows off one of the farmyard sculptures which will help raise funds for the Ebenezer supported orphanage

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Their next fundraising event entitled ‘Go a bit dotty’ encourages the community to visit the Ebenezer Fun Farmyard Art Show at the Maleny Baptist Church Shed at corner of Maleny/ Landsborough Road and McCarthy Road on August 19, commencing 6.00pm. A light supper will be available to purchase as will the delightful farmyard sculptures and paintings. Funds raised will be used to purchase farm yard animals for the Ebenezer Child Care Trust farm in Livingstone Zambia. This farm is helping to feed 405 children in their care as well as staff. Excess produce is sold to help with the running of the Ebenezer orphanage and school. The artworks have been lovingly created and donated by local artists from Maleny and the Sunshine Coast. Artists include Janna Pameijer, Deann Cumner, Jenni Kelly, Julie Manfield, Tracey Sims, Josephine Frost, Noosa Potters, Sunshine Coast Art Group and Sunshine Clay Workers to name a few. Entry is by gold coin donation and the exhibition will also be open Saturday and Sunday from 10.00am – 4.00pm where light refreshments will be available. For further information contact Lenore on 5429 6194 or email or to know more about what the Friends of Ebenezer Australia Inc do please visit

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You’re invited to ‘The Real Food Festival’, a celebration of the variety of food that Sunshine Coast producers, manufacturers and restaurants have to offer, and a brilliant way to talk, taste and buy from them. Tasty food, cooking demonstrations, over 80 stalls, discussions and other activities throughout the weekend mean that the Festival has something for everyone and is a great way for people to support the best of Sunshine Coast regional food. Saturday’s line-up includes cooking classes, special menus at restaurants and cafes, workshops, farm and food producer tours, winery tours, arts / crafts, wellness / day spas, and walks. Sunday, September 11, follow the food chain from paddock to plate while you taste, learn and laugh. Featuring good local foods, farm animals, and talks, cooking demonstrations, kid’s activities and live local music. A highlight will be the Food and Beverage Cup – a light-hearted competition between teams from local cafes and restaurants. Real Food Festival, Maleny Showgrounds with events at various locations throughout the weekend of September 10-11, including farm tours. For more information go to

Out and About

Club Glass House

Last Friday night saw the the opening of the new kitchen and dining room at Club Glass House (the former Glass House Mountains Bowls Club). Our GCNews receptionist Sarah Taylor-Fox was there on the night and this is what she had to say… "The atmosphere was great – young and old enjoyed the night, with lots of laughs and stories being told about the bowls club way back in the 70’s. All the staff and, in particular, Sharon Bochow did a fantastic job in getting everything done and everyone had a good night. Both regulars and new members came in for a sticky beak at what I thought was a great transformation." More photos to be loaded onto our Glasshouse Country News facebook page.



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SENIORS’ Bronwyn Bishop attends Seniors’ Forum

Broadband for Seniors launch in Mooloolah

Shadow Minister for Seniors Bronwyn Bishop spoke to around 230 guests at the Sunshine Coast Seniors’ Forum and Expo, hosted recently by Member for Fisher Peter Slipper. Mrs Bishop spoke on a range of issues, including the value of seniors in the workforce, the power and relevance of seniors as a group in the community, the impact of the carbon tax on seniors, and other issues. It is the third visit by Mrs Bishop to the Seniors’ Forum and Expo, which was first hosted by the Fisher Seniors’ Council and Mr Slipper in 2001, with the purpose of providing senior residents of the Sunshine Coast with friendly and informal access to free information about issues that affect them. The Seniors’ Expo that accompanied the Forum this year featured 32 exhibitors, each on hand to give helpful free advice on a range of products and services of interest to seniors. “Bronwyn is a great supporter of the Sunshine Coast Seniors’ Forum, having attended three times now, and it is great that she is able to return again this year,” Mr Slipper said. “She is a hard working parliamentarian and is passionate about seniors and seniors’ issues; it has been great having her again as guest speaker at the forum.” Mr Slipper reiterated that his office was able to assist members of Fisher in matters of federal responsibility, including aged care, as well as with matters involving Centrelink, taxation, defence and veterans’ issues, immigration, Treasury, Medicare and health, trade, aviation, tourism, primary industries and the environment.

The Mooloolah Broadband for Seniors program was launched on Friday, August 5 at the Mooloolah Community Centre. Broadband For Seniors is part of the wider Australian Government initiative, ‘Making Ends Meet’ - Plan for Older Australians, People with Disabilities and Carers. Chair of the Mooloolah Valley Guests at the program launch Community Association and Centre, Alan O’Callaghan, was pleased to launch this valuable program to locals in the 55+ age category. “Mooloolah seniors, people with disabilities and their carers will be able to learn how to use a computer, how to explore information on the world wide web and how to stay in touch with friends and family online.” “The Broadband for Seniors concept is to provide a seniors-friendly environment where they can come and learn basic computer and Internet skills,” Alan said. The Mooloolah Community Centre currently has three willing tutors, Alan O’Callaghan and Renee Grant from the Centre and Gus Gillespie from Mooloolah Computers. According to government figures, only one in five Australians aged over 65 years currently use the internet. Broadband for Seniors aims to provide older Australians with access and skills with computers and the internet via free internet kiosks, such as the set-up at Mooloolah. If you are over 55 and want to have free internet one-on-one tutoring sessions, make a booking today with the Mooloolah Community Centre, 43 Bray Road. Call 5494 7822 or email

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Glass House Mitre 10 welcomes Seniors

The Glasshouse Country Menshed

During Seniors Week from August 20 to 28, Glass House Mitre 10 will launch a special club for older members of the community, offering a 10 per cent discount to Seniors on standard lines of gardening products. Manager Trevor McDonald said goods to be included in the discount offer include seeds, pots, potting mix, herbicides, garden fertilisers, pressure sprays, mower blades, garden ornaments and hanging baskets. Rakes, shovels, spades, secateurs and gardening gloves will also be included, as well as hoses, sprinklers and hose fittings. Trevor McDonald The club will be called the Evergreen Seniors Gardening Club. Joining the club will be free, but you will need to show your Seniors Card. You will be given a store card and every time you buy gardening products, simply show the card and you’ll receive 10 per cent off. (cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount) “Old fashioned service is what Glass House Mitre 10 is all about,” Trevor said. “All our staff are long-serving, enthusiastic and keen to help customers find just what they’re looking for.” There is plenty of parking available and staff members are happy to carry items out to customers’ cars. Trevor said there were a number of conditions to using the discount; these are cash and major credit cards only, and floor stock only. The offer does not apply to items already discounted or on sale, and is for personal shopping only. No phone orders, lay-by, gift vouchers, rainchecks or account purchases. Not applicable to trade quantity purchases, timber and building materials, farm fertiliser and chemicals. Glass House Mitre 10 is located in Co-op Lane, Glasshouse Mountains, just on the western side of the railway station. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm and Saturday and Sunday 8.00am to 12.00noon. For more information ring the store on 5496 9202.

Our local Menshed was established following a suggestion from a community member to the Rotary Club of Glasshouse Mountains in late 2009. They had seen a group called a ‘men’s shed’ operating in a community similar to ours. It gave retired men a place to gather after retirement. The idea was discussed at a Rotary board meeting and the approval was given to investigate the possibility of starting a group in the Glasshouse Country to service the men of the six communities. To start a project like this it would need a home as well as access to resources. The proposal was taken to a wonderful partner of the community in Community Recycling Inc. Through this partnership the Menshed was given financial support, a location for the men to gather, and tools and equipment to work with, as well as an endless supply of material to breathe new life into. The past eighteen months has seen the men engaged in projects including building toys, furniture pieces, repairing retired chain saws, lawn mowers and line trimmers with parts from two or three machines becoming one operating unit, to be sold through the weekly market at the Recycling Centre. Since the Menshed kicked off around sixty men have come along and checked out the activities. We would like to be all things to all men but with all those years of life behind them it can take a little while for the men to become comfortable. The main thing we are focusing on is men’s health issues and, as time goes by, we will endeavour to share these. The best way for local men to share in this information and some male therapy is by working in the workshop or the garden or to just sit around and have a game of 500, play a board game or wander around and have a chat. If you have a computer visit the Menshed Australia website to see what is going on in other sheds around. So we invite you to come and join us at Beerwah Resource Recovery Centre each Wednesday morning from 8.30am to 12.30pm for a cuppa and a chat.

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Free seniors business discount cards The Seniors Business Discount Card scheme is a free-to-join, discount scheme that offers business savings to permanent residents of Queensland aged 60 years and over. By providing discounts and special offers at participating businesses, the scheme recognises the contribution Queensland seniors make to the community. To obtain discounts, simply present your card at participating businesses. Thousands of Queensland business outlets provide discounts on travel, accommodation, hospitality, retail, entertainment, leisure and further education. However, to receive a Seniors Card or Seniors Card +go, you must be a permanent Queensland resident and be either aged over 65 and working less than 35 hours per week; or aged 60 to 64, working less than 35 hours per week and holding a Commonwealth concession card from Centrelink or the Department of Veteransâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Affairs.

A Seniors Card gives holders Queensland government concessions as well as business discounts. A Seniors Card +go is a card that enables you to also store credit for travel on the south east Queensland TransLink network, including buses, trains and ferries. A proof of age document will be needed by those people who do not hold a concession card from Centrelink or the Department of Veteransâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Affairs. Remember that your proof of age document must be in the same name as your application. Should your name not match, legal documentation is required to identify your name and date of birth (e.g. if a birth certificate is used to verify your date of birth, you may need to provide a marriage certificate to confirm your identity, if you changed your name upon marriage).



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Hearing news

At Sheperds we like to think that we’re in the business of keeping people young and active! No, we haven’t found the fountain of youth, but we do know that helping someone to hold a normal conversation with friends and family gives them a much higher quality of life than those who struggle along asking everyone to repeat themselves. The quality, performance and affordability of hearing aids have all improved dramatically over the past few years – and they have become so small as to be virtually invisible. Don’t believe us? Only one way to show you – and to prove we’re serious about improving your quality of life, Shepherd Hearing Care will offer you a full thirty day trial of any selected instrument. No strings, no obligation – and even more surprising, absolutely no cost. How can we do it? Give us a call on 5492 6939 to find out – you won’t be disappointed!

Seniors and Safer booklet A booklet called ‘Senior and Safer – Practical Tips for a Safer Home’ is a helpful resource for all householders, although it is particularly targetted at older members of the community and their families. The booklet contains hundreds of helpful hints arranged under various headings. Hints include: the treatment for smoke inhalation, the best methods of storing chemicals, the prevention of heat related illness, recommended contents of a first aid kit, placing anti-slip strips on the backs of mats lying on polished floors and information to plan for emergencies. The publication is put out by the Queensland government. The booklet is available online at www.emergency.qld. or please ring 1300 369 003.

Healthy eyes, healthy body: eye check offers seniors peace of mind The eyes are said to be the windows to the soul but they also provide valuable insight into a person’s general health and wellbeing, according to Specsavers Beerwah optometrist Ken McLaren. Mr McLaren said seniors needed to be especially vigilant about maintaining regular eye tests as they had a far greater risk of suffering from preventable eye conditions that could lead to blindness; as well as a range of general health issues that could be identified through an eye test. “As a population group, seniors are at the highest risk of suffering from conditions like glaucoma, macular degeneration

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and diabetic retinopathy – all of which can cause blindness if they are not treated in time,” Mr McLaren said. “I am amazed that even with all the health care services available to us in Australia, people continue to go blind needlessly every day from conditions that we could have treated or even prevented if only we’d found them in time.” Getting a new pair of glasses is also an excellent time for seniors to revamp their look and pick up some stylish new eyewear, according to Specsavers dispenser and glasses stylist, Sean Wilson. “For glasses wearers, specs are front and centre of their appearance so a new pair of glasses can completely transform the way they look,” he said. “Here at Specsavers, we offer two quality pairs of glasses at one low price – with designer ranges like Alex Perry starting at $199 for two pairs. This means people can afford to get a more conservative pair for work, or a casual pair for weekends; and something a bit more adventurous for social occasions. “Specsavers also offers 25% off to seniors when they buy a single pair of glasses from our stores.” If you are due for a comprehensive eye test or simply want to update your look – drop in and see the friendly staff at Specsavers Beerwah located at Shop 7, Beerwah Marketplace, 22 Peachester Road, Beerwah.


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Glasshouse Country Care You may have heard about Glasshouse Country Care’s new respite cottage, or you may know about their wonderful Day Care program for the aged and disabled, but did you know that Glasshouse Country Care offers many other wonderful services?

Respite Care Cottage Manager Ann McQuay said, “Our charter is to keep people, aged and disabled, in their own homes for as long as possible. To achieve that we have a range of services. We are about helping people in any area they need help in. We look after those who need care and their carers.” Ann said mobility is generally the first thing affected as people get older, so the two most common services people ask for first is vacuuming for women and lawn mowing for men. “What we are supplying is for people who are still completely independent in some ways but there may be an area in their life that they’re having trouble coping with.” Glasshouse Country Care is a stand-alone organisation and registered charity that receives

funding under different areas including Home and Community Care (HACC), the National Carer Respite program, and Higher Care packages which are funded by the State and Federal Governments. Currently Glasshouse Country Care has 1,000 clients ranging from those who need just a little bit of help to those who need care in the home seven days a week, supplying up to 20 hours of care a week. There are nine different services including domestic, social support, personal care, three types of respite and transport to various local hospitals depending on what treatments are required. They also provide meals-on-wheels and home maintenance. Ann said, “We do things like changing stairs to Australian standard ramps, installing grab rails, washing down walls, installing smoke alarms (for free). We do any maintenance on a home except gardening.” Ann has high praise for the staff at Glasshouse Country Care. “The staff we have are just amazing and give their heart and soul.” Having experience dealing with many care and carer-related issues herself means Ann fully understands the value of the services Glasshouse Country Care provides. “It makes people able to live their lives, especially the carers, that they can have a life as well as looking after somebody,” she said. If you think you or a loved one needs assistance, even in just one small area, pick up the phone. You may be surprised at the low cost of services. Confidentiality is assured. Phone 5494 6948 or email


Rhona Irwin from Cooroy is the first person to stay in the Respite Care Cottage

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Flair looking after seniors

SENIORS’ BreastScreens – are they a part of YOUR regular health check? Today’s women are time-poor, usually focussed on their family needs first and leave their health needs as a last priority. It is vital that having a breastscreen every two years be part of your regular health check. A visit to a BreastScreen Queensland Service will only take around 20 to 30 minutes. All women aged between 50 and 69 years are strongly encouraged to have a breastscreen every two years, as 75 per cent of women diagnosed with breast cancer are over 50. Women aged 40 to 49 years and women aged over 70 are also eligible to have a free breastscreen.

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Novacorr Healthcare is a small family-owned company that manufactures Adjustable Health Beds and Tilt-N-Lift Chairs and has over 20 years’ experience in the industry. At Novacorr they have a simple philosophy and that is one size does not fit all! At their Caloundra factory/showroom they custom make their products to suit your individual needs. By purchasing directly from the manufacturer you’re not only helping the local economy, but you are purchasing peace of mind. All of the beds and chairs come with a 10 year warranty. “Every one of us lives in Queensland and we all need to look after each other. How many times do we see our locally owned shops closing down

While research continues into finding the cause of breast cancer, current evidence shows that a breastscreen is the most effective way to detect breast cancer in its very early stages, well before you or your doctor can feel anything. Early detection of breast cancer offers women a better chance of successful treatment and recovery. BreastScreen Queensland Services are the only nationally-accredited breast cancer screening services in Queensland. Call 13 20 50 to make an appointment. A doctor’s referral is not required.

and the big stores taking over? “Everyone is welcome to visit our factory to see how our products are made, or we can come to you, in our mobile showrooms,” said Keith Atkinson, who owns the business with his wife Nova. Call Keith or Nova on 5491 9944 to arrange for a free personal measurement and view the huge range of Windsor and Warwick fabric samples which will complement your decor.

All of our clients are extremely valuable to us, but as it is Seniors' Week we would like to highlight the services we offer for these extra special people in our community. Many people have difficulty getting their rings to fit comfortably because of swollen knuckles. Once the rings are big enough to fit over the knuckles they are too loose and spin around on the finger. Our jewellers are very willing and able to help with this annoying problem. It is also sometimes difficult to fasten chains and pendants – we have a very reasonably priced range of magnetic clasps which can be fitted to almost any chain to make fastening really easy. We all have broken pieces of gold jewellery gathering dust in our jewellery boxes. Maybe earrings which have lost their mate, broken chains, or old rings you don’t wear any more. With the rising price of gold these pieces are valuable – they can be melted down and made into a beautiful piece of jewellery. Come in and talk to our friendly and very helpful team about making a possible future family heirloom today! Some watch clasps can be extremely difficult – come in store to see our great range of stretch band watches – and, yes, many of them have large clear numbers as well. For the peace of mind of all our customers we also offer a free inspection and clean of their jewellery. If you haven’t seen a jeweller for a while it is worthwhile to make sure that all stones and catches are secure in your precious jewellery to avoid the disappointment of losing either the stones or worse still the entire item. Also the jewellery will be cleaned and will look brand new again. These days you don’t get much for absolutely free – so hurry in to take advantage of this great offer. Phone 5439 0798.

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Embrace living at Embracia

If there is one thing that is extremely important for Seniors to be aware of, it’s that there are often major differences between ‘retirement villages’, ‘over 55s villages’, ‘nursing homes’, ‘relocatable home parks’ and other Seniors’ living options. Chris Minetti, Retirement Village Manager at Embracia in Glasshouse Country, said, “I think it’s important that people understand the difference. Know what you’re looking at, know the difference to all of these and how the law applies to them. “When you’re making this decision, this is the final decision about planning the next stage of your life, you want to make sure it’s right. The only way to do that is to understand the differences and decide what it is that best suits you,” she said. At Embracia in Glasshouse Country, they are now selling their Stage 2 Villas. Fifteen stylish 2 and 3 bedroom Villas are available for anyone over 60, individuals or couples. “They are excellent quality,” Chris said, “purpose built with many extra features.” A major benefit of living in the Villas is that the residents have 24/7 access to the Club House; a wonderful, ‘resort feel’ facility that includes a media room with surround sound, pool table, bar, open fire, large dining area, fully equipped kitchen, and outside areas including barbeques, heated swimming pool, practice bowling green, children’s playground and more - perfect for visiting family and friends. “The idea is that the Club House is an extension to their lounge room,” Chris said. Another benefit is the ‘full continuum of care’ available at Embracia with a separate nursing home facility. Residents of the Villas have priority into the nursing home if required in the future. For more information ring Freecall 1800 885 053. Open Monday to Friday 10.00am to 3.00pm or by appointment. Located at 96-104 Peachester Road, Beerwah. The website is

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Assisted living specialists If you are one of the many people who do not look forward to sleep because you cannot get comfortable in a traditional bed, then possibility an Avante Hi Lo electric adjustable bed is the answer. At a touch of a button you will be able to have countless sleeping positions and you will find that you can finally rest easy and get to sleep. Along with the head and foot adjustments the Avante Hi Lo bed comes with the added option of being able to raise and lower the bed. This technology is priceless for those people that need the convenience of getting into bed at a height suitable for their health needs. The Avante Hi Lo bed features three German design motors and an eight inch latex foam mattress. This

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New support group to be established By Bob McLean

The Glasshouse Country Menshed was formed with a prime goal of promoting men’s health in what ever way the group is able. When planning the Glasshouse Sustainability and Garden Expo (and having had a personal encounter with prostate cancer) the Sunshine Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group was invited to man an exhibit to educate the community about prostate cancer issues. The patrons were invited to complete an expression of interest form to identify a need for a local support group. Sufficient interest to form a local group was received. We also identified that no support group existed between Brisbane and Maroochydore. As the next move to form Glasshouse Country support group the men who responded will be contacted before the end of August to set a date to hold a formation meeting. To obtain more information give Bob a call on 0427 606 240 and watch GCNews for meeting details.

Sunshine 60 & Better

Sunshine 60 & Better Group Inc is a community based organisation concerned about the health and wellbeing of all older people within the Sunshine Coast region. The Group helps older people develop and manage healthy ageing programs in their own communities. Goals include increasing older people’s awareness of healthy lifestyle options, decreasing social isolation and improving linkages and information exchange with other health services. The program offers participants a mix of physical, social and intellectual activities including exercise programs, health talks, craft activities, theatre groups, card games and opportunities to explore information technology. A Multicultural Awareness Expo and Healthy Ageing Program will be held on Tuesday, August 23 from 9.30am to 2.30pm in the Sunshine 60 & Better Group premises at 10 Beach Road, Maroochydore. There will be information stalls, demonstrations, entertainment and fun at the Expo, which aims to offer information about the range of services available to all older people living in the region. The Expo is a free event open to everyone who’d like to celebrate the diversity of the Sunshine Coast community.


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Joybells is celebrating Seniors week Mon 22nd to 26th August We’re providing a lovely morning-tea before each class during the week. Just present your seniors card when booking a class and receive a discount on tuition (Scrapbook page) or class cost (card class).

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From Anna Grosskreutz Division 1 Councillor Sunshine Coast Council Ph: 5420 8987

Glenview State School Hall

I recently attended the opening of the Glenview State School Multipurpose Hall. It was a wonderful celebration by the school with students performing recorder items as well as the 'whole of school choir' singing 'We've got the Music' Thank you to School Captains Bailey Pelgrave and Lara Waldron for making me feel welcome and for Lara taking me for a walk around the school grounds. I was also reminded of school safety whilst busy talking after the event and wandering across the parking area in the non-designated area. The lollipop ladies trained in school procedures smartly blew their whistles at us herding us back to the right pedestrian area. We are never too old to learn. Well done to the Glenview School Community and the Federal Government for funding such welcomed school facilities.

Roys Road, Beerwah – Road upgrade

Council will soon be undertaking a $650,000 project to upgrade Roys Road, Beerwah as part of their sealed road program. The first stage will involve widening Roys Road to the east, adjacent to Steve Irwin Way, for approximately 440 metres towards Burys Road. This section also includes improving the levels at the intersection in Moroney Place. This will alleviate the adverse dip that exists and leads to some vehicles scraping against the road surface. The work will include: • widening of the pavement • resurfacing of the road • new kerb and channel near Moroney Place. It is anticipated that these works will commence late August, and completion will take approximately 12 weeks. Subsequent upgrades along Roys Road will continue, in the coming years, to further improve the road linking the Bruce Highway. Cr Anna is available for meetings, by appointment only, at her Beerwah office located in the BADYAC building, in the Beerwah Sportsground Complex on Roberts Road. Please call 5420 8987 to book a time.




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From Jenny McKay Division 5 Councillor Sunshine Coast Council Mobile: 0409 450 726

Gold Coast Council Shares Rapid Transit ideas with the Sunshine Coast I attended a half day workshop where the Gold Coast Rapid Transit project staff briefed councillors and staff on the journey of improving public transport on the Gold Coast through light rail, to bring long term economic and financial benefits to the region. One of the early learning’s from the Gold Coast Council was that there needed to be significant financial contributors to the project. The Gold Coast Council contributed in excess of $120 million towards a region building light rail project from Southport to Broadbeach. They have just been awarded $830 million of state and federal funding to bring this to fruition. The next steps for this region will be to establish a task force of progressive business minded people to drive this project forward on the Sunshine Coast.

Mooloolah Fun Day Sunday, October 16, mark your diaries for a fun filled day. Once again there will be food, entertainment and a great day for the community to get together and enjoy the festivities being held at the Mooloolah Community Centre. I will be there, along with council staff to give away free trees and arborist advice. However, if you wish to obtain a free tree, please remember that you will need to bring along your rates notice. I would encourage you to get behind this wonderful event; it is a great opportunity to see what is happening in your local community.

Festival of the Walks A nine day festival of guided walks, competitions, community and cultural events that celebrates the natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, healthy activity and showcases local attractions. The festival will run from August 19 - 28 after the official opening and award presentation of the ‘People on Walks’ Sunshine Coast Walks Festival Photographic Competition on Friday, August 19, at Flaxton Gardens, from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. I will be launching this magnificent event, which is a great occasion for our region, not only giving locals the opportunity to participate in our great walks but opportunities to show-off our region.

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Index Laurie Evans Real Estate page 34 First National Real Estate page 35 Ray White Real Estate page 36 Village Building Company page 37

Intelligent Investment

Choosing the right kind of loan is important. Your Smartline Adviser can help you with this, and structure your finances so risks are minimised and returns are maximised. The enormous rises in property Supply and demand prices in recent years have The two factors that drive all tempted more Australians than markets are supply and demand, ever into becoming property and the property market is investors. no exception. If property is Even though the property market relatively scarce and there is a has become more difficult, there is strong demand for it, then prices still money to be made. However, will rise. skill and careful planning are Type of property more important than ever to Units are a popular choice successful investment. for investors â&#x20AC;&#x201C; there is less maintenance, larger tenant Sort out your sums demand and the price range is You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want an investment generally lower. Many investors property to become a drain on prefer newer properties because your pocket, so be careful you maintenance costs are generally have the maths right at the start.

See First National Real Estate - page 35 lower than with older properties, and depreciation tax deductions are higher. Location, location, location... Location is your potential trump card in property investment. Put yourself in the shoes of your future tenants when deciding where to buy. Those who are renting value convenience, so factor in proximity to public transport, public amenities, shopping centres, parks and the central business district. Investment timeframe Plan upfront how long you intend to hold on to your investment property. Most financial advisers believe the minimum timeframe for investing in property is five years, which allows sufficient time for capital gain. If you sell

your property in the short-term you may not be able to recover fixed transaction costs. Purchase price If you are making your first investment property purchase, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a good idea to start small rather than going all out with an expensive property and a large loan. You could really feel the pinch with a large loan if you experience difficulty collecting the rent. Your Smartline Adviser will be able to determine how much you can afford based on your assets, Call Teresa Harrison today. 5422 9458 or 0410 648 098 income and any equity you may have accumulated from an Smartline CL No. 385325 existing property. Call Smartline Adviser Teresa Harrison today for a choice of home loans from 25 top lenders. AUGUST 17 2011 |

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Property of the week Great value

Set in a prime position close to town and local primary school is this family sized four bedroom, two bathroom Grandview home. Inside you will find that it is open plan with tiled floors and ceiling fans throughout. The generous main bedroom has a spacious ensuite and a walk in robe. Walking through the dining room and out the sliding doors you step down onto the under roof patio area which overlooks the gently sloping backyard. As for your car accommodation, it is taken care of by the remote double garage. All of this for under $380,000! Now that’s an opportunity not to be missed. If you would like to find out more information or would like to book an inspection, call Kelvin Brady on 0429 003 338.

Laurie Evans Real Estate Pty Ltd Est 1978

The Name That Means A Great Deal In Real Estate

9 Toorbul Street, Landsborough This lovely home is situated within walking distance to the hinterland township of Landsborough, yet far enough away to enjoy peace and quiet. This rendered 4 bedroom home boasts a spacious combined kitchen/dining area, with separate living area and formal dining room. Ceiling fans throughout plus air-conditioning in the master bedroom. Large covered outdoor entertaining area overlooking the inground pool with tropical landscaping. Inviting backyard, with quaint pathway and lovely gardens. Garden shed and plenty of room for a large shed on this fenced 1533m2 of land. Side access to the back yard on one side of the house and a single carport on the other.

Laurie Evans 5494 6588 or 0419658 087

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LANDSBOROUGH 9 Toorbul St - Sat Only 10.00 - 10.45am 4 brms, in-ground pool, side access, 1533m2…….…….Auction Auction on site - This Sunday 21st August at 12.00noon LANDSBOROUGH 4 Gympie St North - Sat 10.00 - 10.45am New 2 & 3 brm villas, courtyards, l/u garages…..from $310,000


MORTGAGEE EXERCISING POWER OF SALE • 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom home • 651m2 block right in the heart of town • Established gardens & 6ft high fencing • Large lock-up garage, covered front porch • Walking distance to school, shops & rail

Phone Marketing Agent Laurie Evans 0419 658 087 5494 6588


$429,000 Phone Exclusive Agent Kleena Bracken 5496 9411 0429 405 109

GREAT MODERN UPGRADES • New Kitchen. New Bathroom. A/C+ Fans • New Laundry. Fireplace. Raked ceiling • 3 bedrooms - 2 living areas.Lge Bali Hut • Patio. 6 seater Spa. Beautiful gardens • 2352m2. Side access. 2 car accom’.G/shed


LANDSBOROUGH 40 Calderwood Rd - Sat 10.00 - 10.45am 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, 3 car accom, 6474m2 block…….$480,000 GLASSHOUSE MTNS 89 Murphys Rd - Sat & Sun 10-11am 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, double garage, 4377m2…..$330,000 LANDSBOROUGH 3 Bella Street - Sat Only 11.00 - 11.45am 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, DLUG, 651m2 block……….$244,500 LANDSBOROUGH 14 Tytherleigh Ave - Sat 11 - 11.45am 3 brms, 1 bath, 1245m2 block……………………….….$280,000 PELICAN WATERS 72/1 Millennium Crct - Sat 11 - 12.00pm 2 brms, 2 baths, resort facilities, pool and spa………..$380,000 MOOLOOLAH VALLEY 49 King Road - Sat 12.00 - 12.45pm 3 bedrooms, 6 car accommodation, 1201m2…………$365,000


EXCELLENT FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT • 3 bedroom home, polished timber floors • Kitchen dining combo • Covered outdoor living • Level, fully fenced 1245m2 land • Convenient, central location

Phone Exclusive Agent Norm James 0412 480 227 5494 1488

From only $310,000 Phone Marketing Agent Norm James 0412 480 227 5494 1488

STUNNING BRAND NEW VILLAS • 5 brand new single level villas • Excellent kitchens, quality appliances • Open plan living & separate courtyards • Choose from 2 or 3 spacious bedrooms • Ideal central location, lockup garages

GLENVIEW Lot 3 Old Caloundra Road - Sat 1.30 - 2.15pm 4 bedrooms, ensuite, DLUG, 6500m2…….offers over $530,000 GOLDEN BEACH Unit 10 “Windward Passage” 31-35 Landsborough Parade - Sat Only 2.00 - 2.45pm 2 brms, 2 baths, 3rd level, views…...…………………..$400,000

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Glass House Mtns - 5496 9411 1/7 Reed Street

Landsborough - 5494 1488 38 Cribb Street

Property of the week The secret garden…

Two acres of beautiful gardens and lawn wait for one lucky family to call this place home. On offer is a quality three bedroom, one bathroom home with air conditioning through out, two separate living areas as well as a separate screened outdoor area. The kitchen is modern, spacious and functional with the family and dining rooms adjacent. Two of the three bedrooms have air-conditioning; the main has a walk in robe with a two way bathroom the others have built in robes. If you have fallen in love with the inside then the outside will just reinforce those emotions, manicured lawns, landscaped gardens with irrigation supplied by way of the spring fed dam. At the rear of the property is a 7.5m x 12m powered colorbond shed which has easy vehicle access and a 10m x 5m shade house. This is truly a complete package and should be on your short list of properties to inspect, please give me a call on 0427946411 to arrange your private inspection.


Glasshouse Parklands

Springburn Drive, Glass House Mountains

Lifestyle & Location In Glasshouse Mountains Newest Exclusive Acreage Estate Beautiful Natural Setting – with National Park Backdrop.

• Town Water • Underground Power • Wide Frontages

• Simple Covenant Allows Detached Shed

2011 m from 2 to 434 3 $ 24 5 k to $ m2 270k

• No Through Traffic • Primary School Access via Bike-way

Lot 2 3 5 6 10 11 12 15 18 19

Area 2011m2 2050m2 2434m2 2551m2 2872m2 2621m2 4343m2 2370m2 2077m2 2325m2

John King 0409 570 284

QUEENSLAND BUILDING BOOST GRANT – from 1 Aug 2011 to 31 Jan 2012

$10,000 Applies to new homes less than $600,000. Conditions Apply

The new Queensland Building Boost Grant applies to anyone buying or building a new home (house, townhouses or unit) to live in or as an investment. Home owners, investors and corporations are eligible.

FIRST HOME OWNER GRANT – available now


Mortgagee in Possession - Auction On Site 27th August 10am Unit 4, 22 Turner Street, Beerwah

Mortgage is in Possession, this will sell at auction. This modern 3 bedroom unit in only 1 of 5 situated in this complex in the heart of Beerwah. Leave the car in the garage and walk to the shops, doctor, transport etc. This is a quiet and peaceful address and being low set there is no hassle of having to climb up and down stairs. • 3 Bed/1 Bath • Peaceful Location • Low Body Corp Fees • Air conditioned • Low Set • Close to All Amenities • Small Complex Inspect: Every Saturday until Auction 10.00 – 10.30 am Every Wednesday until Auction 5.00 – 5.30 pm Contact: Brad Collins 0427 946 411 Ref no: 28833

68 Simpson Street Beerwah 68 Simpson Street Beerwah

Applies to homes less than $750,000. Conditions Apply

The current Queensland First Home Owner Grant will continue. The grant is available to first home owners buying or building their first home (house, townhouse or unit) to live in.

DOUBLE-DIP BONUS – from 1 Aug 2011 to 31 Jan 2012

$17,000 Applies to new homes less than $600,000. Conditions Apply.

If you’re a first home owner who’s looking to buy or build a new home (house, townhouse or unit) to live in, you may be eligible for both the Queensland Building Boost Grant and the First Home Owner Grant

Expires 31 January 2012

68 Simpson Street Beerwah


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Property of the week They say a kitchen sells a home, well….. This one year young home has so many extras, all you have to do is move in. Built with an open plan design the features of the home bring modern living straight to you. From entering a wide tiled entry that takes you past a built in study nook, which is cleverly hidden behind folding doors, through to the air-conditioned lounge and dining room. The Cesar stone benches and commercial size electric oven with gas cook top, dishwasher and plenty of storage cupboards make this kitchen a master class chefs delight. Block out roller blinds and security screens are another added feature giving extra privacy and peace of mind. All bedrooms are large and have built in robes and ceiling fans, the master having air-conditioning, walk in robe and ensuite. A covered entertainment area looks out to spacious back yard ideal for kids play sets or future swimming pool. Located within a family friendly estate, walking distance to all shops, schools and public transport are just more added bonuses. For your chance to view this property call Andrew on 0429 690 182.

Ray White Beerwah’s August In Room Auctions Saturday 27th at 11.00am - Beerwah CWA Hall, Simpson Street

13 Mellumview Drive, Beerwah

24 Bolwarra Court, Beerwah

Bargain Basement Property You won’t buy better than this 3 bedroom cottage in the heart of Beerwah. Submit all offers as it definitely must be sold! Property ID 619275 Open Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am

Woodgrove’s Cheapest Property? Hard to find a better investment, leased at $375per week to great tenants. Owners must sell so grab a bargain today. Property ID 619234 Open Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm

35 Cabrera Crescent, Beerwah

26 Gattera Road, Landsborough

Character Queensland At A Low Low Price Set on a huge block this home must be sold due to vendors separation. Submit your offer today as the result may shock you. Property ID 627112 Open Saturday 1.00am - 1.30am

The Tasman Is Calling! Our vendors bags are packed and they don’t want to stay a day longer! Help them go home and grab a great buy at the same time. Genuine sellers. Property ID 644669 Open Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am

All properties available now to inspect or view online at Get in now for Ray White Beerwah’s October Auction Fest!

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Shop 5/70 Simpson St, Beerwah 4519

Ph: 5439 0300 36



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Located in Beerburrum in the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland, these large residential lots are within walking distance to public transport, primary school, shops and the Glasshouse Mountains National Park. A rural setting with parklands and modern amenities, lots at Acacia Grove range from 1500sqm to 2500sqm.

1300 554 337

Sales Office: Acacia Ave, off Beerburrum Rd Open: 10am-4pm Weekends Village Housing Pty Ltd Licence Number: 200788

ACN: 091 899 688

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Coastal Hinterland Acreage

A quiet country road leads to this wonderful family home less than 10 minutes from town, nestled in a rural estate and only 30 minutes to the beach and approximately one hour to Brisbane. Truly the best of both worlds. Situated on just over 2 acres (9076m2) is this four bedroom, two bathroom brick and tile home. Set right back and in an elevated position, the home is secluded and private. As you drive up the asphalt driveway, over a quaint bridge and across a creek, you can appreciate the beautiful gardens. This is a great size home approx 26sq, with three living areas, three air conditioners and ceiling fans. As well as the 9x12 covered (insulated solar span) entertainment area. The 18x6 garage has been converted to a games room at the front and a workshop at the rear. There are two carports, a double and a single, with plenty of access to build more sheds if desired. A solar heated in ground pool is just the finishing touch, not forgetting the creek and bore to ensure plentiful water supply. Tank water only which saves bucket loads! If room is what you’re after as well as an escape from the rat race for peace and quiet and privacy without sacrificing the convenience of all amenities, here it is. Priced at $545,000. Call Alice King from Laurie Evans Real Estate Beerwah on 0411 334 252 or 5494 6588 for your inspection.

Comfortable Queenslander

Here is your chance for the true Queensland lifestyle with this comfortable three bedroom Queenslander set on over half an acre block. Polished timber floors throughout, high ceilings, air-conditioning and three separate living areas are highlights of this quaint home. Outside, a large 15m x 10m 3 bay shed with great access is a handy extra for storage of extra vehicles, caravan or work shop. The flat block is fully fenced and has a bore for extra water. Sixteen solar panels have been added to reduce the ever increasing power bills bringing this Queenslander into the future. The property is being auctioned on August 27 so if you would like to view this property before then call Andrew on 0429 690 182.

Glasshouse Country

Bromeliad Society Inc. Contributed by Bob McLean Phone: 0427 606 240 We talked last time about the growing environment for bromeliad Vriesea. The growing environment is so important to achieving the best colour in the texture within the leaf of the Vriesea varieties. Here again is an Vriesea gigantea x easy guide to working out red chestnut the light conditions you have. Bright Light – will produce a very well defined shadow showing a clean outline of your hand. Moderate Light – produces a good shadow but with fuzzy or hazy outline. Low Light – will produce an indistinct shadow and possibly no outline at all. The balance between light, ventilation and humidity also has an important part to play in the management of disease (e.g. black spot and white scale). We will have two main bromeliad groups which are being produced for the foliage colour; these Vriesea kiwi sunset are the Billbergia and

Vriesea kiwi cream the Vriesea. For now, we will continue to look at the foliar Vriesea. The Vriesea ‘Kiwi Cream’, Vriesea ‘Kiwi Sunset’ and Vriesea ‘Gigantea x Red Chestnut’, are all crossbred plants which have been bred to produce the characteristics displayed in the leaf form – a distribution of colour resembling light reflecting from the scales on a fish which change as the light angle changes. These are spectacular plants when distributed selectively among other plants in your garden. The flower is not the reason for producing these plants as you can see from the photo of the Vriesea heiroglyphica.

Vriesea heiroglyphica

Super Strawberry Round 6 Gowinta Farms have done it again, winning Round 6 in the Super Strawberry Competition with an entry weighing in at 165 grams. Good competition again this week. Are the strawberries getting bigger as the season progresses? Or are the growers and pickers becoming more competitive? Whatever the reason, it is good to see so many farms represented in the quest for this year’s Super Strawberry. Only two more rounds to go; and Round 7 closes

at 4.00pm on Friday, August 19. Entries can be presented at Coochin Creek Co-operative at any time during the week – please ask for David or Perri. The winner of the 2011 Super Strawberry Competition will be announced at the Beerwah Charity Sports and Spring Carnival on Saturday, August 27 at Beerwah Sports Ground. For general enquiries about the Charity Sports, please contact Bruce Page (5494 9557) or Ross Lowe (5494 6654).

Go Green Rainforest Nursery plant of the week Grevillea 'Anticipation' Grevillea longifolia x willisii

RENTALS URGENTLY REQUIRED P 5494 7664 M 0400 662 464




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Spring is just around the corner and many of our wonderful native flowering plants are starting to put on a great show. Grevillea species are no exception and this hybrid is a stunning example. Grevillea 'Anticipation' has stunning soft pink toothbrush like flowers that are loaded with nectar. They attract many species of nectar feeding birds and insects. It grows approximately 2m x 2m and benefits from an annual prune to keep its bushy appearance and produce more flowers. It has lovely lobed foliage and

its new growth is a lovely burgundy colour. Best in full sun and a well drained situation. Remember when fertilising grevilleas to use a low phosphorus native plant fertiliser.

If you would like more information on this tree or any other native plants drop in and see Simon or Melissa at Go Green Rainforest Nursery, 2620 Steve Irwin Way, Glenview. Phone 5494 5980. Email: Now open 7 days.

A to Z of Trades and Services Talkin’ Trades - Community minded service at Mooloolah Computers

7 Days

Airconditioning Tellum Refrigeration & Airconditioning

Ph: 0410 448 250 - Landsborough

AU01246 / L002423

BSA # 615 068

Repairs, Installation & Maintenance to all Air conditioning systems, commercial & residential. Sales of energy efficient Daikin Airconditioners (ducted, wall hung & multi-head split systems) T0137

Government Endorsed Antenna Installer

will transfer your hardware to Mooloolah Computers’ dedicated workshop which has high-speed broadband connection, making for a cost effective approach. As true locals, Gus and Kylie are mindful of their community’s computing needs; Gus is also known for his volunteer ‘Broadband For Seniors’ tutoring through the Mooloolah Community Centre. Mooloolah Computing, where service and value for money is guaranteed. Call Gus directly on 0405 125 662 for any computer assistance or enquiries.

Quality TV Antennas Digital TV for Dummies TV Tuning, Wall mounting, Extra TV, Phone & Data outlets Satellite TV, VAST, Christian TV


Kylie and Gus of Mooloolah Computers

Mobile or Workshop

Full logbook servicing Roadworthy certificates Aircon repairs & servicing Brakes, clutches & all mechanical repairs

5494 0747

Mob: 0432 215 628 Ph: 5494 1222 Fax: 5494 1224

We make your television viewing a pleasure


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Appliance repairs Ph: 0422 864 744

Visit our website:

QBSA 1127008




0439 247 266 BSA # 1132000 / L004114

Antennas / TV

trucks cars earthmoving trailers




LIC. 1

Servicing the local area for over 20 years


Arctic au 22675


Pensioner Discounts

ABN 40450476515


INDUSTRIAL / COMMERCIAL / DOMESTIC  30 Years Experience in Trade  Tradesman not Salesman  First Class Workmanship  Priced for your pocket


workshop: (07) 5494 6799 mob/ah: 0409 266 807 TO369 25 Moroney Place Beerwah

Automotive rrum Service & Muffle u b r rs Bee Ph: 5496 0300

Mobile: 0429 960 300


 Qld Company Lastest Technology Professional Technicians


• A Grade Mechanic Lic. No. 6342

• Mechanical Repairs

5492 9321

SHOWERFIX offer a full range of waterproofing services for showers, vanities & bath surrounds QBSA 1086283 SUNSHINE COAST COMAPANY

Jeff & Ann Ross 

Andrew M 0407 146 626




Blinds, Awnings & Screens

• Warranty Servicing, RWC, clutches & brakes • Electronic code scanning

TNT MOBILE MECHANICAL Honest, Reliable Mechanical Repairs & Servicing

Need a new antenna? There's a Jim's Antenna owner in Glasshouse. Call for a free quote today.




informational website design, publishing and hosting, document development, manuals, resumes, forms, and newsletters. Gus’ background in electronics training with the air force and specialty computer trade courses has seen him notch up 25 years of working with and repairing computers. As such, he has the ability to diagnose and resolve problems that may be overlooked by less experienced technicians. In-home servicing can be provided if the job doesn’t require lengthy diagnostics or internet downloads. Otherwise, Gus


Gus and Kylie Gillespie, owner-operators of Mooloolah Computers, a home-based computer consultancy, have been servicing clients in and around Mooloolah Valley since 2001. They also have dedicated clients from further afield. Offering both technical and creative computer services for home users and small business, Mooloolah Computers can sort your computer upgrades, repairs, trouble-shooting, remote assistance, software installation, internet connection, and training; their creative services include

Terry Vost

0434 090 197

PH: 5494 0466

21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH Fax: 5494 0416 Email:

• Antenna Repairs • New Installations • Digital Upgrades • Additional Outlets

• TV, DVD, VCR Tuning • Home Theatre Setups • Satellite Installations • Set Top Boxes




Tyre Sales & Repairs Full Mechanical Service & Repairs Quality wheel alignments (on the latest equipment) R.W.C. on Cars & 4WD Log Book Service All brake & suspension work Windscreens AC Servicing




Glasshouse Country News For all your advertising needs please call Cathy on 5438 7445

52 52 Peachester Peachester Rd Rd BEERWAH BEERWAH

5494 0944

License No 71591


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or email advertising

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A to Z of Trades and Services

Specialising in Custom Canvas Work


Phone Daniel 0414 417 148

NEED A QUALITY BUILDER? THINKING OF RENOVATING? Insurance Repairs Small Jobs Welcome BSA Lic # 1018329

QBSA 1155593



Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals

5499 9926

Phillip Short Concrete

PLAIN • STENCIL • EXPOSED AGG. STAMPED • COVERCRETE Driveways - Paths - Patios - Slabs Quality Work at Competitive Rates

0412 234 240

All aspects of carpet and upholstery cleaning All Aspects of general pest control Rental & Multi-level specialists – Senior & Pensioner Discounts* – Environmentally friendly cleaning agents –

• Unique Power Wall System Leo Kull • Design m 0409 646 048 • DNA Design • Project Management • Professional

Cabinetmakers ABN 83 143 913 259 BSA Lic No. 49425

Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083

*(conditions apply)

Darryl Johnson - 0415 954 195 Licensed Contractor - BSA 1119033 ‘Local Guy, Local Quote’


ABN 60 627 360 193 ACN 131 206 089 BSA Lic. #1018329

Steam Cleaning


3 -5 Average Rooms

Extra rooms $10 each

PO Box 32, Landsborough, Qld 4550

FREE CALL 1800 281 521

Over 35 years professional experience

Office and Showroom Unit 1, Lot 28 Biondi Crescent, Beerwah

5494 6500 LOCALS


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• Kitchens • Vanity • Laundry •TV Units • Robes • Appliances • Organised sub trades

Phone Les McDermott

0417 797 430 ACN 075 810 463 BSA 77142

• Stenciling • Covacrete • Stamped • Exposed Concrete • House slabs • and resealing



PHONE: 0407 754 208


Minimum Water Usage


Queenslander Specialists

You book your house now and recieve: FREE: Spider Treatment / FREE: Anti-mould Treatiment FREE: Carpet Clean & Lic. Pest Control with every Bond Clean

Other Services Available Windows / Roofs & Gutters / Driveways & Pathways Internal Walls & Ceilings / Bond Cleans Pest Control & Ceiling Vacuums FULLY INSURED - ALL WORK GUARANTEED FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED

FREE CALL 1800 281 521

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GREG GATTI All Concrete Work

Specialising in low pressure hand washing

Gold Card No 061792


Joinery & Shopfitters

› Domestic › Commercial › Industrial Free Advice - Quote Service

You book your carpets: FREE: sanatizing and deodorising $25 basic internal pest control* FULLY INSURED $25 internal flea control* * with carpet clean ALL WORK GUARANTEED FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED

Ph 5439 0108

2/28 Biondi Crescent Fax 5439 0109 Beerwah Qld 4519 Email:

Pty Ltd




New Installations & Renovations

“All Aspects of Concreting”

468 805

for your FREE no obligation quote


M T F E A 88 King Rd, Mooloolah QLD 4553

(AH) 5494 6302

locally owned & family operated

Quality Services at Affordable Prices

Dean Parry Director Servicing all major cities and regional 0417 045 062 areas (07) 5494 7117 Australia wide (07) 5494 7543

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Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm

Call 0429

QBSA 24630

PH: GUS GILLESPIE 0405 125 662

Family Owned and Operated

• Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cars • Lounge Suites (Fabric and Leather) • Stain Removal, Tile & Grout Cleaning • Carpet, Upholstery & Tile Protection • Concrete Paths, Patios & Driveways

ALL CLEAN Carpet Cleaning & Pest Control


Shopfitters with a difference

Home & Business Sales & Service Website & Hosting

Hale Carpet Cleaning



* 15 years experience * Quality work * Renovations * New homes * Decks * Bathrooms * New roofs * Repairs FOR PROMPT QUOTING AT COMPETITIVE RATES... CALL YOUR LOCAL BUILDER

M 0417 045 062


Carpet Cleaning


Bathrooms Timber Decks Pergolas

5494 0398



Gold Card No.: 24113

5494 6794 or 0412 060 184

New Homes Extensions Renovations

4-6 Boeing Place Caboolture Ph: 5428 3994 F: 5432 4035

COMPUTER SALES, SERVICE & SUPPORT For Home & Business Shop 2, 5 Peachester Road, Beerwah


of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations

Caravan annexes and awnings camper trailers and conversion kits



Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience

Computing TO488

Builders / Carpenters



0427 669 643

NOTICE TO BUILDING TRADE ADVERTISERS Licensed building contractors are required to state their name and BSA licence number in all advertisements. A BSA licence is mandatory for building design, plumbing and drainage; gas fittings; termite inspection and reports and pre-purchase building inspections. Unlicensed contractors for all other building work are required to state in their advertisement the value or work they are entitled to carry out without a licence. Failure to provide this information can result in a substantial penalty. It is the advertisers’ responsibility to comply with these requirements.

A to Z of Trades and Services Electricians

Q.B.S.A. Lic No. 1130199

Fencing Retail suppliers of fencing materials, timber, logs, wire and steel. Also installers of quality fencing For a Free Measure and Quote phone

Electrical Services Electrical Services ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD

Lawn & Property Maintenance Call Rick

0409 526 060

Servicing this area for the past 15 years

Lawn Mowing Gardening Rubbish Removal Hedge Trimming

Installations Installations, Repairs Servicing and Air Conditioning Repairs, Servicing Installations, Servicing Domestic . Owner Builders . Repairs, Commercial . Rural . Industrial Domestic • Commercial • Rural • Industrial


* Installation * Air Conditioning * Split Systems Ph 5492 9502 Mob: 0409 549 295

FIRST CALL FENCING Timber, Colourbond, Aluminium & Glass Pool fencing, Gates Retaining Walls & More For a free quote Phone Matthew your local licensed contractor

QUALITY & RELIABLE SERVICE Our Products Our Service FREE • Garages • Designed & Engineered Quotes & • Patios • Fully Licensed & Insured Advice • Carports • Council Permits Organised • Sheds\Rural & Farm Sheds DISPLAY CENTRE NOW OPEN AT 2 WILLIAM ST, KILCOY

5497 2615

Lic: 66091


5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns email: QBSA LIC1139536

BSA Lic No 60108


RURAL FENCING CONTRACTOR Thad Gaylard FR Specialising in: horse fencing, cattle fencing, post driving


All Aspects of Electrical Contracting Beerwah & Surrounding areas Prompt Reliable Service No Job Too Big or Too Small

Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282

Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners Electrical

5413 2500



41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra


5493 0493 T0042

• Domestic • Rural • All Types • 4WD Tractor & Bucket • Post Driver & Slasher • 4T Tipper Rubbish Removal • Total Landscape Service • Locally Owned & Operated For a free quote phone Garth 5499 9330 or 0438 714 983

A & K Glass and Aluminium Servicing the Hinterland all areas

• Windows • Doors • Shower Screens • Maintenance • Large Range of Spare Parts

Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured * Mowing * Rubbish removals * Pruning * Garden cleanups * Ride on work * Gutters cleaned

Your local Jim services all areas call 131546

Mays Mowing Service Garden Clean ups Gutter Cleaning Whipper Snipping Pruning

Factory and Showroom

4 Railway Street, LANDSBOROUGH (next to BP) ph. 5494 8748 fax. 5494 8858


• 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

Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed

Phone Nick Atwell Mob: 0411 466 586 A/H: 5494 6713

Handyman Services




22+ years experience Free in all types of home maintenance Quotes repairs, painting & minor renovations

Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126

From Villas to Large Acreage Private – Commercial – Body Corporate Mob 0438 308513 AH 5494 9183


Garden Clean Ups & Maintenance T0452

CALL BRAD 0427 117 207

work up to $3300 only

Home Repairs, Painting, Yard Work & Mowing No Job Too Small


• Weed Spray • Garden Clean • Lawns • Acres Ups • Edges • Slashing • Rubbish Removal • Hedges No Job too big or small – Pensioner Discounts

Chad’s Cheap Mowing 0430 517 211


BSA Lic: L 1117342

Call for a Free quote

Glass & Security

Garden Maintenance

0409 590 802 Peachester Ph: 0404 903 801 Prompt, Friendly Service Give us a go! No Job is Too Small



Zedmere Pty Ltd

LP Gas Suppliers


Est. since 1983

Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural



Ph Greg on 0418 741 145 or 5412 1425

Lic 69821

Lic # 5582


Domestic, Commercial, Owner Builder, Rural & Industrial


Jobs under $27,500


Domestic, Commercial, Phone & Data, Intercoms & Gates Solar-Grid - Connect, Design, Install

Phone 0439 415 039



NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291

Lic. No. 70875

Quality, Safety, Reliability Ph: Mick 0412 160 906

Gold Licence # 66414



0427 120 955


ABN 89 058 455 025

Pruning & Lopping Garden Clean Ups General Garden

Garages / Sheds

Phone 5494 8900


Office:0414 5493482 0054 Mobile: 037 Mobile: 0414 482 037


Lic No 67745

Adam: Glasshouse Mtns Adam: Glasshouse Office: 5493 0054Mtns


Jim: Beerwah

Jim: Beerwah Office: 5439 9400 Office:0414 5439774 9400 Mobile: 046 Mobile: 0414 774 046

20 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough


Domestic • Commercial •71536 Rural • Industrial BSA Lic. No. 60278 Lic. No. 60278 PO BoxBSA 578, Beerwah QLD 4519 PO Box 578, Beerwah QLD 4519

Fully Ins u Free Quo red tes

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• Decks • Roofs • Renovations • Domestic & Commercial PAINTING Do It Right David McIntyre Choose Brush Rite Painting 0420 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains



Local husband & wife painting team › New homes › Repaints › Industrial & Commercial


Builder & Stone Mason QBSA License No. 77177. Est 1981

Ph: 0418 204 159

Over 20 yrs exp

a/h: 5494 0830

Quality workmanship • Premium paints • Free quotes


Call Nick or Steph 5439 0249 or 0438 152 049

Quality Workmanship

• Design • Retaining walls / Drainage • Paving / Repairs • Gardens / Mulching • Lawns • Mini Bobcat Services

Marine Services

BSA lic 1168923


Jason 0417 400 421

•Track Machine


•Augers •Trencher • 4 in 1 bucket •8 ton tipper •Level bar •Laser Leveller •Tilt Bucket


Cameron Lister Ph: 0419 665 002

QBSA 1009730

• Paving • Retaining Walls • Pool areas a specialty Phone Rick from Dawn till Dusk 0418 724 449



Pest Control

FIRST 0407 946 061

Supporting Environmentally Friendly Paint

Professional Painting

ABN 79 347 449 750

Contact Frank 0457 486 080 42 |

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We give you a warranty on our work. For reliable service call ........


Local Painters

Lic No. PMT-0-11432

John Annakin 0407 439 526


D & M Britton - Old Gympie Rd, Landsborough

B&A Earthmovers bobcat, excavator & tipper hire

Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665 Fax: 5497 4840



BSA NO. 1011255

07 5493 0440 TO551

QBSA 1147179

Fully Licensed and Insured



ANDREW 0423 107 716

High Quality Work Our Prices Based on Award Wages NO HIDING PROFIT! Over 30 Years Experience

Termites: • Cockroaches • Spiders • Pre-purchase • Carpet Beetle • Rodents timber inspections • Lawn Weeds • Fleas • Termite inspections • Silver Fish • Ants • Chemical barriers/ • Bed Bugs reticulation


All Aspects of Painting Sunshine Coast including all Hinterland areas

0419 704 408

Works where others can’t and loves Lantana!

Cost Effective Local Business Est. Since 1996

0404 479 187 or 5494 9336

*Driveways *Site clean-ups *Landscaping


Local Tradesman with 20 years Experience

*4 in 1 Bucket & Level Bar *6ft Double Head Slasher *50hp *10m3 Tipper

5494 8913


New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning

BSA: 106 8977 LIC: PMT-0-11572

QBSA 1091741






4 07

(07) 5493 0012

Glasshouse Mountains and surrounding areas - 8 tonne tipper - trencher - augers - 4 in 1 bucket - levelling bar - laser levelling Phone John Baker - forks - 3 tonne excavator on 0409 20 64 64




Cam’s Truck & Bobcat Hire

 Free Quotes  Pensioner Discounts



Operator • Tilt Bucket • 3 ton Excavator • Laser Levelling • Trencher • Post Hole Borer • 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

Painting & Maintenance New Look Quality finish at the right price

BSA: 1065469


Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425

ABN 46 353 680 084

Local Knowledge 21 Years Experience



Shane Schultz


Nick & Steph Painting


All Areas 0420 53 8890 5494 0393

Plant & Machinery





Free Quotes & Pensioner Discounts Call Rudi Mobile: 0438 940 634

QBSA Act Licence No: 1155906



E. PO Box. 257 Beerwah 4519 FULLY BSA 1189580 INSURED


Phone George 0487 424 223

• Pre- purchase Inspections • Annual Termite Inspections • Termite Management Systems • Termite Treatments • General Pest management Cockroaches • Ants • Spiders • Silverfish • Fleas • Bed Bugs


• Tiling • Painting • No Job to small


Plasterers BSD PLASTERING Interior Sheeting, Plastering, Cornice and Covering Exposed Bricks



Maintenance Tradesman 40 Years Experience • Carpentry & Joinery • Minor Cabinet Making • Plastering


Home Maintenance

E. • New Homes SH R • House Repaints IT U PO BOX 257 Beerwah 4519 R FREE • Roof Repaints QBSA 1192667

A to Z of Trades and Services

Call Brendon for a prompt, professional, clean and on budget service 0432 412 209 QBSA 1191560

Roofing & Guttering

Frameless Shower Installations

Mobile: 0407 727 645

PO Box 316 Glasshouse Mtns 4518



Phone Mobile: 0413 330 275 or 5439 0960 Lic’d Plumber and Drainer QBSA 1002354 Need a plumber?

C.Apelt Plumbing

Whirlybirds from $176.00 Skylights from $354.00 Supply & Install


A/H 5494 7413

QBSA 1123034

Licence No 1017722

Call John 0407 320 366

EPA Licensed

0401 057 126





Glasshouse Tiling

* Septic tank & Grease Trap Cleaning * Small Truck for Easy Access

Mark Forbes Plumbing




A “Proper Job” Guaranteed

Experienced in all aspects of tiling

Free fast quote BSA Licenced: 1101772

> 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 TO588

5439 9368

Refrigeration * All major brands * Supply & Fit

PHONE JAREN 5439 0764

Call us now 0408 220 659

Tree Services I. & M. TREE LOPPING ~ & PRUNING ~


• General fabrication • Stainless Steel Benches 1/15 Free Street, Beerwah Ph 5439 0816 or 0413 050 578



After hours: (07) 5494 7548

A local working for locals




Brian Dudin 0438 623 523

Brent Thomas 0438 236 934

Plumbing Supplies

26 Tytherleigh Avenue Landsborough

QBSA Licence No. 1128890

5494 1794

QBSA No. 1180171

• Yes – We Deliver All Areas • Comprehensive Range of Plumbing Supplies • Experienced Showroom Consultancy • Mon-Fri 6.00am-4.30pm & Sat 7.00am-11.00am


BSA: 1052255

FOR A FREE QUOTE CALL 0417 958 944

0407 748 083

For all of your liquid and general waste needs



council approved

New Installations/Repairs/Renovations:  Potable  Water Waste Treatment Systems PotableWater Water Sewerage  Roof  Stormwater Roof&&Guttering Guttering Sewarage CE VI  Septic Septic&&Drainage Drainage Stormwater ER

5494 8913


Servicing the Sunshine Coast Hinterland


Ph: 07 5432 8374 or Mob: 0433 189 561

“Don’t put up with a drip, call your local bloke now!”

0408 641 235 PO BOX 6369, Mooloolah, Qld. 4553 PROFESSIONAL RELIABLE SERVICE

50hp, Rubber tracks, 6ft slasher, Free quotes

Australia Wide * Containers New & Used - All Sizes and Types * Container Offices & Living Units * Container Delivery & Relocations YARD LOCATION 827 Beerburrum Road Caboolture Shire

Septic Services







• Licensed Plumbers, Drainers & Gas Fitters • FREE Quotes • Local Service • All Work Guaranteed

Josh & Emma Carew


LL E CAAV 0095 T D


• Laserlite to patios • Minor Roof repairs • Re pointing ridge caps • Roof restorations • Gutter Repairs & Minor • Roof leaks

Owen Plumbing

Weedspraying now available

0419 704 408

0407 738 987

QBSA 1169943

* Blocks * Acreage * Firebreaks

For a quote call Len 0419 732 364 or 5494 0484

Metal Roofing Professionals

New work • Renovations • Commercial Maintenance Drainage • Roofing & Guttering Call Colin now for all your plumbing needs Mob: 0430 591 433 Home: 5496 7354

0418 986 538





New Roofs Re-Roofs Extensions Repairs Patios/Carports Fascia & Gutter Whirly Birds

Licence No: 23418 QBSA: 1164142

All Maintenance & Renovations



Quality work, local knowledge, over 20 years experience

& Gas Fitting


47 Wises Rd, Maroochydore 5443 2022




a ol

Reduces Heat and Noise

Mathew Brown Phone 0402 123 154


Ph: (07) 5493 0625


Patio Roofing One Stop Shop Specialising in D.I.Y Kits Metal Roofing, Gutters, Fascias etc Polycarbonate & Fibreglass Roofing Ventilators & Skylights Insulated Roofing

& also Stump Grinding Many years experience - Fully insured Phone 0412 026 545 or 5496 9047


Plumber, Drainer and Gas Fitter

• • • • • •


Lic. No. 13217

•Semi-frameless & Frameless Showerscreens •Glass Splashbacks •Frameless Mirrors •Wardrobe Doors •Glass Pool Fencing & Balustrades


Allan Koschel Plumbing Service Q.B.S.A. No. 76388

Shower Screens



David Lowden Tree Services

• Pruning • Lopping • Removal Comprehensive Insurance on all jobs Phone 5494 2444 / 0407 710 993

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A to Z of Trades and Services Tree Services cont. Tarzan the Tree Specialist


• Tree climbing • Rubbish removal • Mulching • Stump grinding • Free Quotes • Pensioner Discounts

Phone Brendan 0447 310 331


 Trees/Palms  Pruning/Removals  Stump Grinding  Fully Insured


• 23 Years Experience • Any size tree • Land Clearing • Full Insurance

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The Bulldogs hosted the Noosa Pirates at Beerwah on Sunday in the final home games of the 2011 season. A Grade came oh so close to pulling off come from behind victory over the Pirates but just fell short in the last minuted going down 22-20.Under 18’s found the Semi Final bound pirates too strong losing 36-8.Thanks to everyone that came along and supported the Qld Cancer Fundraiser and Sponsor Day and look forward with anticipation to the 2012 Season. A Grade - Noosa Pirates – 22 – (Wade Kelly 2, Cam Nelson 1, Jake Sheehan 1 - Tries) (Tom Leworthy 3 - Goals) def Beerwah Bulldogs – 20 – (Daniel Grice 2, Jamie Newton 1, Ricky Thompson 1 - Tries)(Cody Bell 2 - Goals) Under 18 - Noosa Pirates – 36 – (Blake Gierke 1, Aaron Locke 1, Jimone Hawkins 2, Louis Turnbull 1, Mitch Brockwell 1, Sam Wright 1 – Tries)(Blake Gierke 1, Aaron Locke 2, Louis Turnbull 1 – Goals) def Beerwah Bulldogs – 8 – (Daniel Bott 1, Dylan Valentine 1 – Tries)(Nil – Goals) A great afternoon of girl’s rugby league will be played at Beerwah Sports Ground on Saturday, August 20 from 12.30pm. Three weeks ago, Sunshine Coast U15 and U17 teams travelled to Bundaberg and the return trip to the Coast should see some excellent football played. Beerwah U15 coach, Frank Fogg, said that the girl’s were a bit overawed by the trip away but they have a few games under their belt now and hope to dominate the quick Bundaberg backline. The girls impressed in their game last week at

Stradbroke Island when they went down 34-10. The U17 match up will see girls from Coolum, Beerwah and Bribie Island take on the experienced Bundaberg team. The Sunshine Coast will be boosted by the availability of a number of key players who were unable to make the trip to Bundaberg. Sunshine Coast Rugby League CEO, James Ward, has been impressed with the standard of football played by the girls. “We are hoping that the success of the girl’s teams this year will encourage a strong club competition next year and are hoping to get a four or six team competition in both U15 and U17 age groups” he said. The action on Saturday kicks off with Bundaberg U15 taking on Stradbroke Island, followed at 1.00pm by the Bundaberg U17’s up against the Sunshine Coast girls. The last game will see Bundaberg take on the Beerwah U15 side. For further information contact the Beerwah Bulldog’s Rod Kerr on 0427 982 149.

Landsborough Tennis Club

A Lawn So Good, They’ll Think You’ve Retired


Beerwah Bulldogs Report

Friday Night Tennis – This season of tennis is underway and hopefully the weather is going to be a little bit dryer for Friday nights than it has been in the last couple of seasons. Good luck to all the players for this season and remember to enjoy your matches, learn how to score and also be there to ball boy for your team mate. Club News - Ladies social tennis is on Tuesday mornings from 8.00am to approximately 12.00noon. Wednesday night mixed social tennis starts at 7.00pm to approximately 9.00pm. New

Glasshouse Country Bowls Club

Contributed by Trevor Bertram

In Rounds 3 and 4 of the Ladies’ Division 2 Pennant Competition last week, Glasshouse (at home) defeated Bribie Island 47/33. The return match at Bribie Island on Thursday resulted in our Ladies again having a 46/31 win. Last Wednesday’s monthly Jackpot Triples was cancelled due to the Pennant Competition but social games of pairs and triples were played. The draw of the card was the ‘Lowest Winning Margin’ which resulted in Rhyllis Aitken and Nev Littler having a win with a + 9 and the runners-up with a +13 were Noelle Dean, Di Garland and Kerry Capern. Next month’s jackpot will be $500.00 on Wednesday, September 14. Thursday’s ‘Open Pairs’ was won by Ernie Sherwood

Sign on for Loggers

The Landsborough Loggers Cricket Club will be holding its Annual Sign-On for the 2011 / 2012 season on Saturday, August 20, from 9.00am to 3.00pm, at the Landsborough Sportsground. Players of all ages and ability are welcome. The Loggers are aiming for two Under 10 sides, one of which they hope to fill with girls aged eight -12. “Girls can play up to two years below their age group, allowing us a great opportunity for girls to

players are welcome for either of the above and they would love to see some more players for the Wednesday night mixed social tennis, beginners or experienced. If you would like more information about the club or being a member of the club, or you would like to know more about any of the tennis competitions, the Ladies Tuesday tennis, or Wednesday night tennis or are interested in receiving coaching, these details can be obtained by contacting Dawn on 5494 1085. Court hire during the daytime can be done through the Landsborough IGA and for night hire please contact Dawn.

and Robbie Dean with two wins and a score of 32. The runners-up, being the ‘Winners of the Losers’, were Brendan Freshwater and Jim Tatum with the highest score of 21 in game two. Round 4 of the 2011 Men’s Pennant Competition on Saturday resulted in Division 2 going down to Bongaree (at home) 50/58, Division 4 defeating Solander Lake Two (at home) 36/34 and Division 5 defeating Solander Lake (away) 54/22. This week, Div 2 plays Bribie Island (away), Div 4 plays Kilcoy (away) and Div 5 plays Caboolture Lakes (at home). Coming Events:Monday, August 22, 9.00am. Monthly ‘Open Two Bowl Triples’. Saturday, August 27, 9.00am. Quarterly General Meeting. All members are requested to attend.

come and enjoy cricket at Landsborough,” President Stephen Hocking says. In the senior ranks, the Loggers are looking for players from A-Grade through to social players. With the cheapest fees on the Sunshine Coast, Landsborough strives to make cricket affordable to everyone in the district. For further information in regards to both junior and senior sign-on, please contact Stephen Hocking on 0427 654 479.

Blood, Sweat and Cheers

Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country

BEERWAH & DISTRICT TROPHIES Supplying: Trophies - Medallions - Plaques Badges - Engraving etc to the Hinterland


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Phone Jill on 5494 8218 or fax: 5494 8024

Beegee’s News

Horse Riding @ Rossi’s 5494 8515

Contributed by Frannk Doonan

This weekend is the last weekend of home and away games. We have 11 games at home on Saturday starting at 9.00am with the Under 12 div 2 boys, Under 8 brumbies and the Under 9 Tibberoos. Then to finish the night off we have our seniors playing Caloundra Div 2 starting at 4.00pm and Div 1 playing at 6.00pm, so come down and support both of these teams for their last game of the year. On Friday night we have our Women’s Div 1 playing Nambour Yandina at 8.30pm and our over 35’s playing Bribie at 6.30pm the bar will be open and the restaurant will be serving great food. On Saturday afternoon we will be holding our Small Sided presentation for the Under 6’s to under 11’s teams starting at 1.00pm until 5.00pm, please parents and guardians bring a water bottle as it will be hot for the children, also on the day we will be having a jumping castle, snow cones, and games for both children and adults so come prepared. Also my apologies last week I said that the Junior Presentation Starts at 1.00pm it will be 11.30am start on Saturday, September 17, the Seniors will be 6.00pm start on September 17 and will cost $25.00 per head. Contact me 0419 757 584 to book.

Lessons for Beginners to Advanced

Senior and junior coaching and team officials for the 2012 season.

Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club Contributed by Judy Walker

Monday, August 8 was 2 Bowl Triples day. Winners were Tony Pignata, Brendon Johnston and Zac Main, 2nd Eileen Pierce, Judy Walker and Lloyd Walker and 3rd Ernie Sherwood, Rob Dean and Kerry Capern. Raffle winners Lloyd Walker, Eileen Pierce, Yorkie and Ron Rix. Tuesday was just a social day with the raffle won by Eileen Pierce. Friday 3 Bowl Pairs was won by Lloyd and Judy Walker, 2nd Netty Cook and Nev Shaw and 3rd James Sammon and Eric Wood. Saturday raffle won by Ian Henderson. Div 7 Pennant side lost to Maroochy Swan and Div 8 side lost to Kawana. Last bowl Nev came up with a wrong bias, just bad luck I guess. On Sunday the Div 7 boys had a good win over Kawana. Our next 2 Bowl Triples is on September 12. Names with Judy on 5492 3932 or Eileen on 5494 7247. It was great to see Ede back on deck selling raffles on Monday.

Cricket Sign on

Glasshouse Districts Cricket Club is holding its last sign-on for Junior and Senior players - Sunday, August 28, at Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club from 10.00am until 12.00noon. For any enquiries please contact:- For Juniors (U10 – U17) Jill Forster 5493 0663 or 0418 946 252. For Seniors (Divisions 1, 2, 3 and 4) Murray Elks 5494 1865 or 0407 766 842. If you are unable to attend sign-on, but wish to play please contact the relevant people on the above numbers. This will assist us in organising the teams.

The Beerwah Bulldogs are seeking coaches, trainers & officials for boy’s teams for all ages from U7 to U16, girl’s U15 & U17, & senior coaches & officials for all grades including senior women. Application forms for coaches and officials can be obtained by contacting Dean Roberts on 0418 816 605 or Kay Jones on 0406 000 300. Applications close 12th September 2011.

Beerwah Bulldogs RLFC

Sign On Days

Age groups from U6 to U17 and Tiny Tots (Tiny Tots must be turning 4 by 1st April 2012) Friday 19th August 4.30pm – 6pm ‘Skippy Park‛ Old Landsborough Rd, Landsborough Ph 1300 559 436

Come along and join in the family, fun & fitness We look forward to seeing you there! All new registrations please bring birth certificate to be sighted, thank you!

Friday 26th August 4.30pm – 6pm ‘Skippy Park‛ Old Landsborough Rd, Landsborough

For enquiries please contact: Troy Delacy (Centre Manager) 0419 105 558

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Community Notices Ladies DIY Car Maintenance workshop

Sisters are doing it for themselves! Learn how to do basic maintenance on your car: Change a tyre, check and change oil, water and brake fluid, replace windscreen wipers, jump start the car, do battery maintenance, safety, tools you need to keep in your car and more. On Thursday, August 18, 12.30pm - 2.30pm Glasshouse Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, Ryan Street, Glass House. Cost is a gold coin donation. To book contact Glasshouse Mountains Neighbourhood Centre 5438 7000 or email or Holly Ph: 0407 165 308 or email hcworker.

Sunshine Coast Forum

Caloundra Forum has changed their name to Sunshine Coast Forum. A local public speaking group, who encourage all to stand up, communicate effectively and with confidence in a friendly environment. All welcome to attend, participate or just observe at monthly meetings. Kawana Library Room, Nanyima Street, Buddina, every month on Thursdays, 6.00pm for 6.30pm start. Contact Margaret 5492 1133 or Jane 5476 8842.

Raffle results for Glass House Country RSL

Lucky door: Shanea 34C. Meat tray: K McDonald 23E. Fruit/veggie: Ernie 78B. Fruit/veggie: Danny 18F is an online social networking group for people over 50, so if you have a

computer and want to talk to people of your own age, log on to and see for yourself what members are talking about online. View the image galleries of members and the daily cartoon together with the accompanying blog. Teach yourself more about the computer and how to join Goodoldtalk by following the step-by-step instructions in the Computer Help Guides menu. Post your own blog and share your life’s experiences with other members. Learn more about by contacting Rehanah on 5493 5947 or Hazel on 5493 7679.

The inaugural day meeting of the Pumicestone District Orchid and Foliage Society will be held on Friday, September 9 at the Ningi Community Hall, Bribie Island Road, Ningi starting at 9.00am. A speaker will talk about potting orchids. All interested are invited to attend the first day meeting. For more information phone Di on 5496 2861.

No entry fee payable to Caboolture Historical Village, 280 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture to visit our group premises only for worldwide research on your family tree. (Located next to Bauer House ‘Glenowen’ at the machinery end of the Historical Village.) All are welcome during our opening hours from 9.30am – 3.00pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Phone us on 5428 2018, or via e-mail at au for further information.

Stallholder call for Family Fun Day

Next workshop will be held on Sunday, August 21 at 635 Beachmere Road, Beachmere starting at 1.30pm. Topic of the day will be re-potting. The next meeting of the Pumicestone District Orchid & Foliage Society Inc will be held on Monday, August 22 at the Ningi Community Hall, Bribie Island Road, Ningi starting at 7.30pm. Guest speaker for the night will talk on growing cymbidiums. Visitors very welcome!

The Rotary Club of Glasshouse Mountains Inc

Caboolture Family History Research Group Inc.

Women of all ages are invited to join us on a bushwalk at Kondalilla Falls on Sunday, August 28. For further details please call Beth on 0421 187 263.

Pumicestone District Orchid Society Orchid Workshop

Stallholders are being sought for the Mooloolah and District Family Fun Day, on Sunday, October 16 at the Mooloolah Community Centre, 43 Bray Road. Stalls are free for not-for-profit groups and $20.00 for small businesses. There will be something for everyone with live music, school student performances, a jumping castle, animal farm, markets and more! Free entry. Anyone interested in holding a stall and being involved please contact the Mooloolah Community Centre on 5494 7822 or

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LUTHERAN CHURCH Reed Street, Glass House Mtns

Sunday Worship 9.00am

Brendan Edwards Glasshouse Community Church


Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah 5493 0967 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough 5494 8896 Sunday 6pm: Mooloolah Hall, Bray Rd 5492 9279 46



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The club would like to invite interested community members to attend a meeting at Beerwah RSL at 5.30pm on Tuesday, August 23 to discuss the very successful 2011 Glasshouse Country Sustainability and Garden Expo and Glasshouse Country Festival. We will be planning the 2012 events and setting dates.

have space available, then some may be held over until the following week. Priority is given to contributions which are time specific. Please keep contributions to a maximum of 100 words. Contributions may be edited if they are too lengthy and in accordance with the GCNews style guide. For more information about submitting a contribution, email

Glasshouse Country Ministers Fellowship

I’m writing this after a late night of filling out the Census online. It was only a late night because I didn’t remember to do it until late but we got it done on the day like all good citizens should have. I’m just glad I didn’t have 10 people at our place that night 'cause it took a while for the five of us. I had to laugh when, after filling in the details explaining that our youngest Max was only five months old, it proceeded to ask if he needed full-time care. He’s learning how to chew things now but hasn’t quite mastered the personal hygiene stuff! I was also interested in the options to choose in the categories for our religious affiliation. Uniting, Baptist, Pentecostal… where was the good ol’ Wesleyan Methodist? I guess we are one of the others! (You know like the Jedi group!) The silly thing is many of our denominations are so similar you wouldn’t tell the difference when you walked into a weekly service. I guess it’s good to know which denominations are growing and which aren’t but wouldn’t it be great if Christians could be known more as part of the

Suncoast Women’s Adventure Group

Contact 5439 9341 or 5496 9671 one Church, God’s 'ecclesia' (that’s the Greek word for church). That’s one thing that won’t be in heaven - denominations! Unfortunately, the followers of Jesus are often seen as competing with each other, more than being a part of the one mission that Christ has instigated since day one. Sure we may disagree on some minor issues about what our gatherings should look like, or how much water to use at a baptism, but let’s spend more time acknowledging what and who we have in common, Jesus Christ, the Son of God. In the Glasshouse district we do have a great Minister’s Fellowship Group that regularly meets for this reason. Here’s Paul’s advice to the church in Ephesus about this, '… I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.' Ephesians 4:1-6 (NIV) Have a great week and see you in church somewhere, sometime!

Glasshouse Country Baptist Church 58 Roberts Rd, Beerwah

Invites you to our Sunday services at 9.00am Enquiries phone 5494 6354 GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY ANGLICAN CHURCH WEDNESDAYS *Mooloolah (Paget Road) 9.00am SUNDAY *Beerwah (Peachester Road) 9.00am Rev. Ken Goodger - 5491 1866 Local contact Br. John 5439 9130

Glasshouse Country Uniting Church A Caring Christian Community

Twin Peaks Drive, Beerwah 8.30am - Sunday Worship & Youth Program 10.30am - Peachester UC 1st & 3rd Sun Phone: 5494 6187 All Welcome!


Glasshouse Country RSL Sub Branch Building - Sun 4.30pm

Kids Church during service

A Wesleyan Methodist Church

Phone: 5496 9556

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PLACE NAME PROPOSAL Naming of Pages Creek and McCarthy Lookout Sunshine Coast Regional Council

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Notice is given that the Minister for Finance, Natural Resources and The Arts is inviting public comment on the naming of an unnamed creek as Pages Creek and an unnamed lookout as McCarthy Lookout in accordance with the Place Names Act 1994.

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Pages Creek, located in the locality of Peachester, and McCarthy Lookout, located in the locality of Maleny, are proposed to be named in honour of the pioneering Page and McCarthy families. These families once owned and farmed most of the properties on which the features are located. Queensland place name plan QPN1183, illustrating the location of Pages Creek and McCarthy Lookout, is available for public inspection at the Department of Environment and Resource Management Business Centre, Nambour Office, 52-64 Currie Street, Nambour; the Maleny Library; the Beerwah Library; the Peachester General Store and at the Sunshine Coast Regional Council Offices at Caloundra and Nambour.

cake decorating Specialising in wedding cakes. Cakes made & decorated. Phone Fay 5491 3198 cando cakes Affordable cakes for any occasion. Phone Lynette 5439 0063

Health, Beauty & Wellbeing

Enquiries regarding the proposed naming of Pages Creek and McCarthy Lookout should be directed to Mr Ross Norman, Senior Spatial Information Officer of the department by telephone on (07) 5451 2252 or by email at Excersing & cannot shift cm, kg? I found the solution Phone Elaine 5494 0121


Courses & Tuition

Computer Training

Small groups and one on one, fun and friendly, absolute beginners to advanced skills.

Phone Dianne on 5494 8866

TIBRO'S NETBALL CLUB AGM Will be held at 3.30pm Saturday 10th September 2011 at the Glasshouse Mtns Sports Club. All nominations for the committee should be emailed to the secretary at:


Ph 5494 0566 Beerwah

Professional Services

All your typing needs ! Mobile: 0409 92 6060

All Transcription work, Theses, CV’s, Medico-Legal And Insurance Reports

E: Fax: 07 5494 7338 27 Sugar Gum Dr, Mooloolah 4553 ABN: 75 093984 046 ‘All Specialist Medical–Typing & Report Work’

MOBILE BOOKKEEPER MYOB – BAS – PAYROLL - SUPERS Pick up (Elimbah to Landsborough) or drop off (Beerburrum). Same day service (most cases). Reasonable rates. Ph: 5496 0001 or 5438 7738 (AH) or email:

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ironing need doing $15 per hour - very experienced lady Margie: 0407 625 510 or Kylie: 5494 0821 COMPREHENSIVE CLEANING domestic and commercial. Reliable & experienced. Ph Lauren 0403 044 887 house CLEANER Call Jodie on 0438 152 978 House & Yard Maintenance Gardens, mowing, minor painting, window & bin cleaning, car wash & vacuum etc. Free Quotes, Reasonable Rates, Pensioner Discount. Phone Craig 5494 0858

Positions Vacant

community recycling inc. will hold their AGM at the Beerwah Library, 5.30pm on Tuesday September 6.

Accounting Services

Learn First Aid Don't let your kids down! Apply First Aid $100, Recertification $85, CPR $50, New course LVR+CPR $70! Workplace training available, Fully Accredited course, enquiries call 07 5494 1834 / 0417 710 359 or email

Work Wanted


Copies of the proposal plan can also be downloaded from Queensland Place Names at

Individual submissions, in writing, in support of the proposal or against the proposal, may be lodged with the Regional Services Director, South East Region, Department of Environment and Resource Management, PO Box 573, Nambour Qld 4560 until 14 October 2011.

learn to ride and have fun with horses. Glasshouse Mountains Riding Belinda 0404 497 127 french tuition All levels from beginners to advanced conversation, Skype lessons also available. Phone Cecile on 0407 070 467 (Glass House Mountains)

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1300 739 133 0438 358 995 guitar, flute, piano accordion & Music theory lessons. Professional caring teachers. Ph: 5494 7568 or 0411 959 157 Yoga - Radiant light with Rukmini. Wed 6.30pm-8pm Peachester Hall Phone: 0437 914 029


Circuit classes every Mon, Wed Classes start 6.45pm Also avail: One on one gym instruction Qualified trainer

join avon free customers waiting gift with first order. Call Debbie 0422 034 886 Glasshouse Mountains Medical Centre Registered Nurses with previous General Practice experience wanted to assist our busy 3 doctor medical centre. This is a full time position however, job share and part time applicants will be considered and are encouraged to apply. Immediate start. Attractive $$$. Please contact Tammi Booth on 0427 121 710 or MOOLOOLAH STATE SCHOOL Schools Officer (Grounds/Facilities) Applications are invited for the temporary position Schools Officer 30.4 hours per week. All applicants must apply in writing and address the relevant Selection Criteria as listed in the Application Package which is available from the School Office. Please address applications to: Private and Confidential, Mooloolah State School, 48 King Road, Mooloolah 4553. The successful applicant will be required to apply for a Working with Children Suitability Card (cost $40) The closing date for receipt of applications is: 31st August at 3pm. Education Queensland is an Equal Opportunity Employer Bar & Gaming Attendant required must have RSA/RSG & Gaming Licence. Weeknights and some weekend work. This position is within a small club and the person will be required to be able to open & close by themselves after training. Please ph Glasshouse Mtns Sports Club on 54930055 and ask for Andrea. casual staff wanted for Sunny's Kitchen Phone: 0488 585 734 or 5496 0217

Phone Dave or Cora on 5494 8899

Free Keys2Drive lesson Manual & Auto 2hr lesson - $95 DRIVER TRAINING

Place your classifed online at

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For Sale cont.

Lost & Found Found pet bird on Friday 5th August at Mooloolah. Please phone 0437 725961


German Shepherd X Rotti


Pets & Livestock


2500 X 1250 X 3MM

$35 EACH



smiley's mobile animal grooming Hydrobath, Clipping, Grooming Phone Lynda Kingdom 5493 0115 0409 627 775


Beerwah 5439 0076 Doonan 5471 0076

Phone Tina 0414 233 751 Dog Pawz-A-While Grooming

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AUSSIE CARPETS & VINYL Fell off back of ute on Friday 5 August 2011 at approx 4:00pm between Mooloolah town and half way up Tunnel Ridge Road, heading south to Landsborough. Desexed male, colourings are black, tan & white & had a red collar. Is microchipped and may be injured from fall. Much loved and missed pet. If you find or have seen Chevy please contact us anytime on:

Ronnie – 0413 772 540 Naomi – 0437 725 961 $$ GENEROUS REWARD OFFERED $$

Computer Sales, Rental & Services

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Fridge and Freezer Kelvinator. Both working. Would make good bar fridge and storage freezer. Needs a coat of paint to make look nice. $50 for both, pick up Glasshouse. Ph: 0447 150 057 Craftsman built hutch dresser quality timber, plate stands, felt lined draws etc. as new $575 Phone: 5493 2742 Sofa bed printed fabric, blue, yellow, green patterned design, cane side panels, folds out to double bed GC $100 ono Ph: 0418 715 219 or 5494 7329 'L' Shape Large office desk 1800x900 (desk) 900x460 (return) incl. leather chair as new $100. Electric automatic 'Easy Green' sprouter as new $50 Ph: 5439 9398 Lawn mowers 2 stroke VGC $180, 4 stroke VGC $150 Phone: 5439 0439 200ltr steel drums with lids GC $25 each Ph: 5494 8893 Fridge/ Freezer Kelvinator 400Lts. Working order $100 or offer Ph: 0417 002 786

Cars, Bikes, Caravans & Boats

Landsborough Markets. Every Saturday 8.00 till 1.00 from April to Saturday 1st October 2011. Great Variety for a small market. Fruit & Veggies, Native Plants, Handmade Jewellery , Cards & Clothing, Baby Clothes, Toys. New Stall Holders always welcome For more information call 54946315 b.h or Facebook Page. Landsborough SA Hall Old Landsborough Road Landsborough

Firewood Firewood - Quality seasoned hardwood, split, ready to go Ph: 0429 496 283 pick up or delivery ironbark seasoned split pick up and delivery available. 5497 4008 or 0409 594 780 Split Hardwood $120 Load, delivered. Ph: 0410 588 647

For Sale New Holland DT8160 with Howard Rotary hoe HR41. Fiat 55-66 4WD. Boom spray – high pressure. Grizzly off set discs 20 plate. Vegetable pod transplanter. 55KVA Generator. Various other equipment. Ph: 5494 6339 or 5494 6211 Used tv sets 52cm, good condition, $60 ono Phone Alan 0418 181 888

Mob: 0411 111 970

Pet accessories also available

Share Accommodation room to rent Mooloolah Valley $130 p/w elec incl. Close ot town, country views. Share with two others Ph: 0417 845 726

Business For Sale Local Cleaning business net returns as per tax for year ending 10/11 $47,000 all equipment including van, trailer, quantity of cleaning machines valued over $30,000. Training if necessary. Sole operator/owner retiring. Total price $70,000 walk in walk out. Ph: 5496 9851 or 0417 781 167

To Rent/Lease/Let Beerwah Modern 4 bedroom home, Ensuite & walk in robe, high ceilings, air con in family room, fenced rear yard. $380 pw rent. Ph Kenilworth Realty 54460164

Real Estate For Private Sale 3 Bedroom renovated house central Beerwah, separate granny flat, fully fenced, 4 car parks off road, large entertainment undercover area. Gains $450+ rent per week. NO AGENTS Ph: 0439946629

Books BEERWAH BOOKS AND BITS 4th Thursdays Teachers Nite open to 8.00pm 10% discount 3.00pm and 8.00pm .LP’s Vinyls a great range of LP’s Abba, Classical, Flamenco, Beatles, Jethro Tull etc. Open all day Saturday. Books for boys and girls. Adults classics, aussie authors, popular authors, westerns, combat comics. Comics. Trading cards . or Facebook. Ph 54946315 b.h.

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Garage Sales Als Caravan and Camper detailing. Mobile service, canvas, vinyl, cleaning and waterproofing. Mould, mildew, tree sap and bird dropping removal. Free quotes. Pensioner discounts. Phone: 0438 796 220 $ave ca$h If you pay $10K for a car or 4x4 from Dealers/ private you have just bought a vehicle worth approx $7K. If $AVE CA$H AUTO BROKER$ get you the vehicle for $10K you will get a vehicle worth approx $13K. Pay wholesale not retail! $AVE CA$H AUTO BROKER$ call.... NOW! Finance available. All budgets catered for 0420 313 270 honda hybrid '06 model. Exc. cond. low mileage. Always garaged $16,000 neg 0417 002 786 Beerwah 2010 Full off road C/ Trailer as new, 18ft x 15ft tent and annexe, 12 volt system, 80ltr water tank, full flip off boat rack/ carry all. Great kitchen as new $9,500 ono Ph: 0408 318 887

Motorcycles Wanted motorcycles wanted - Going or not. Complete or not. Cash paid. Ph: 0421 375 176. motorcycles wanted pre '85 dirt & road bikes, parts bikes, cash paid Ph: 0412 236 154

BEERBURRUM 20 Tibrogargan Drive. 7am Saturday. 2pac bar, snooker light, plants, clothes, golf clubs, large water feature, lots more, everything must go beerburrum 29 Tibrogargan Drive Saturday 9-2pm Downsizing Beerwah 35 Pine Camp Road Sat, Tools, hardware, freezer, gardening tools, farm gear, bric-a-brac, lots more. Beerwah 18 Coolamon Cres. Sat & Sun 7am12noon. Moving house sale, womens branded clothes - household. Beerwah 8 Silvereye Circuit Sat 7am Collectables, bric-a-brac, furniture, books & CD's, dog kennel, surf skis + lots more. Beerwah 1 Usher Bvd Sat 7am, Boys clothes 1-5, kids rugs & pool table, female clothes, handbags, flyscreens, porta-cot, bulk new clothes, CD's, books. Landsborough 21 Whitegums Street Sat 7am12noon Some furniture, toys, bric-a-brac etc. GCNews Sudoku #137 2

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Annual tomato garden

An old Italian lived alone in New Jersey. He wanted to plant his annual tomato garden, but it was very difficult work as the ground was hard. His only son, Vincent, who used to help him, was in prison. The old man wrote a letter to his son and described his predicament: Dear Vincent, I am feeling pretty sad, because it looks like I won’t be able to plant my tomato garden this year. I’m just getting too old to be digging up a garden plot. I know if you were here my troubles would be over.. I know you would be happy to dig the plot for me, like in the old days. Love, Papa A few days later he received a letter from his son.

with Astrologer Renee Badger, President of the Australian Society of Astrologers

LEO July 23 – August 22

SAGITTARIUS November 23 – December 22 ARIES March 21 – April 20

VIRGO August 23 – September 22

CAPRICORN December 23 – January 19

You will have the foresight and the ability to achieve your goals now. Building a new home, starting a new life style or a new business is shown. There can be some pressure on you from a family member. This is a time of important decisions. A change of residence or a change in your work can really make you feel quite unsettled. Your ability to incorporate new concepts or projects without disruption into your routine will impress those in authority. Selling or buying property is indicated. New opportunities can come out of the blue. This can be a time of increased spiritual awareness which can lead to meaningful insights about yourself and how you fit into the larger scale of things.

Communication’s can come much easier now, especially with those you work with. You will be able to work with groups in a much easier way. This is an excellent time for initiating new ideas. Problems regarding a car could upset your plans this week. Try to keep your cool and keep centred.

A new career can now open up for you. Travel can be connected with your work. Good news coming regarding family. Money can come in from out of the blue. Watch that you don’t go overboard on spending money on things you don’t really need. Your life can be hectic. A family member may move closer. New friends will be made.

Taking a holiday or simply relaxing at home can be beneficial for your well being. Someone at this time may enter your life and challenge your views, making you justify them. It can be helpful to put your thoughts and ideas out to others. This is a time of new awakenings.

Travel or new studies can be very important to you. If any relationship has been restricting your growth, this is a time when you can come to a greater understanding of yourself and others. Through close relationships your deep emotions can come to the surface. Major decisions in the home.

AQUARIUS January 20 – February 19

You will be able to have more understanding of what you want and where you are going. Many doors can open for you now. Avoid get rich This can be an excellent time for starting new quick schemes or shaky investments now. Rose projects, study and a new attitude to life in coloured glasses could hinder your prospects for a new work situation. You will have increased ideas and general. Your emotional and logical faculties will be well balanced. This is a good time to make a need to move forward. A new and very important relationship can now begin. It can be exciting and give decisions. PISCES February 20 – March 20 you an opportunity to gain insight into yourself Communications, especially with women will SCORPIO October 23 – November 22 be beneficial. Surprise news regarding a baby. There is some need for self composure and Travel can be very prominent now. Sorting out caution. This can be quite a light-hearted and arrangements can be hectic. A friend may arrive sociable week for you. New people coming into your life can be quite uplifting. This is a good time on your doorstep from out of the blue. Important decisions will be made regarding home and to be with others and having fun. Your ability to family. make money will be strong. LIBRA September 23 – October 22

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You may have a feeling of loneliness or frustration. A period of readjustment may be needed now as your life may not be as balanced as you would like it to be. New people will come into your life. A relationship can be going through some ups and downs; this is a time of making some important decisions in your life. News of a win.

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Dear Pop, Don’t dig up that garden. That’s where the bodies are buried. Love, Vinnie At 4.00am the next morning, FBI agents and local police arrived and dug up the entire area without finding any bodies. They apologised to the old man and left. That next day the old man received another letter from his son. Dear Pop, Go ahead and plant the tomatoes now. That’s the best I could do under the circumstances. Love you, Vinnie Kim Hansen, Landsborough

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Glasshouse Country News Edition - 17 August 2011