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Hi Everyone Each Anzac Day the residents of Glasshouse Country get actively involved in the many activities throughout the day. This year for the first time Glasshouse Country RSL will be holding a special cross dedication at 1.00pm. This will give locals the opportunity to lay a cross on the Cenotaph at the front of Glass House Country RSL Hall (facing Reed Street) in remembrance of deceased Service person/s. The Service person’s name can be written on the front and a message on the back, either in black biro or marking pen. A poppy is featured on the front of cross, and is an emblem of sacrifice, the symbol of a life given in the service of one’s country; it is a link between departed comrades and those who remain.

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Crosses are available for purchase at the RSL for $5.00 each on the day or phone 5438 7777 (office answering machine). This service has been requested by the club’s members who have seen it done elsewhere, and I am sure that many locals will appreciate the opportunity to recognise their loved ones sacrifice with this moving symbolic gesture. Regards,

This Week in GCNews Local news........................................... 3-12 Doing business........................................ 14 Community groups........................... 16 & 18 Make Your Kitchen Rule........................... 17 What a Woman Wants.............................. 19 2012 Local election............................ 20-21 Health beauty & wellbeing........................ 22 Living..................................................... 23 Out and about......................................... 24 Things 2 do............................................. 25 You said it............................................... 26 Autumn in the Garden......................... 27-30 Real estate......................................... 31-32 Trades............................................... 33-37 Churches and community notices.............. 38 Sports news............................................ 39 Classifieds.......................................... 40-41 Fun page................................................. 42




GCNews Deadlines The next edition of GCNews will be April 24. Deadlines are as follows: Editorial - 4.00pm Thursday General & trades advertising - 4.00pm Thursday Classifieds - 9.00am Monday Sports - 9.00am Monday

On the Cover Council’s waste innovation engineer Graeme Emmerson and Ken Weatherall of the Beerwah Resource and Recovery Centre size up some of the bargains up for grabs at the centre as part of the national Garage Sale Trail on May 2. Read more on page 3. All advertising and copy is accepted subject to the approval of the publisher, Blurb Communications Pty Ltd, who reserves the right to make adjustments in keeping with the general format of this publication. Compliance with the Trade Practices Act 197 rests with the advertiser. Every care will be taken in the preparation and placement of advertising but the publisher, staff or agents shall not be liable for errors or omissions or subsequent effects due to same. Any adjustments by way of remuneration or replacement advertising is at the discretion of the editor. Customers place display deadline of midday Friday will receive a proof of their Open: who Wed, Thurs Friadvertisements 9am-4pm -before Sat the & Sun 9am-1pm prepared advertisement.Rd, Arrangements can be made to receive 3 Beerburrum Beerburrum Phone: 5496a faxed 0001copy of the advertisement. No responsibility will be accepted for the inclusions of or errors in submissions received after our advertised deadline.



Discover how your food choices affect the world at a Slow Food session at Beerwah Library, 10.00am - 11.30am. Julie Shelton from the Sunshine Coast Hinterland chapter of Slow Food will share the principles on how to consume tasty and satisfying food that is affordable for consumers and fair for producers. To book phone the library on 5439 2500. Debutant Ball information night, 7.00pm in the annexe of the Mary McKillop Centre, Peachester Road Beerwah for any interested Year 11 girls. If you have any queries please phone Di or Cynthia, Di after 4.00pm 5494 9858; mobile 0409 263 655, Cynthia 5493 0119, mobile 0417 998 757. Registration night June 16, 7.00pm, in the annexe of the Mary McKillop Centre, Peachester Road Beerwah. First practice night to be advised. Debutant Ball to be held September 8. Need a break play group at Beerwah starts the 2nd term activities for children and parents from 9.00am until 11.00am. Time to enjoy friendship for parents and children to enjoy many activities at no cost. See you then at the Glasshouse Country Uniting Church.

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Teghan’s Dance Classes resume for term two at Peachester Hall. Teghan is putting together a Performance Team which will ultimately compete in dance competitions and perform. Selection is audition based, auditions Tuesday, April 24, 4.00pm 5.30pm, free and open to all nine years +. Class sizes limited. Limited spaces still available in Junior Club six – eight years, Boys Club nine years + and Girls Club nine years+. We have had some enquiries for High School age girls and should we receive enough interest a class will be offered in Term two, phone 5494 9192 for bookings or enquiries. Peachester District Horticultural Society’s next meeting, 9.30am in the Peachester Hall. Visitors welcome, for more information phone 5496 9169.

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Local young live youth event at Beerwah Community Hall, 4.00pm 9.00pm. Entry $5.00 with headline act The Lady Throat Killers. Limited tickets available; purchase from the door. An alcohol and drug free event. Maqus at Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm.

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‘Cut Lunch’ performing at Beerwah Hotel from 8.00pm.

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Caboolture Lifeline Bookfest, 8.30am - 4.00pm daily at the Caboolture Centenary Lakes Indoor Basketball Courts, Morayfield Road. Over 10, 000 donated and pre-loved books at low prices.

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The next night meeting of the Pumicestone District Orchid and Foliage Society, 7.30pm in the Ningi Community Hall, Bribie Island Road, Ningi. Guest speaker will talk on preparing your orchids for shows. Visitors welcome. For more information phone Di on 5496 2861. The Maleny Theosophy Study Group will meet at 1.30pm, in the Veranda Room of the Maleny Community Centre. Richard Giles will present Uranus Vs Pluto: The planets that show us through the cracks as worlds separate. A gold coin donation is appreciated. Visit tinyurl. com/tsmaleny for more info or phone Jenny on 5494 3664. All welcome.

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Auditions for Teghan’s performance team at Peachester Hall, 4.00pm - 5.30pm. The auditions are free and open to all nine years +. Please phone 5494 9192 for bookings or enquiries. Glass House Legacy Laurel Club Monthly Meeting 10.30am Bowls Club Glass House.

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Does ridding your house of junk, helping the environment and earning some extra dollars sound appealing? If so, the national Garage Sale Trail is for you. Australia’s largest and most successful real world community-based marketplace is coming to the Sunshine Coast on Saturday, May 5 and everything and anything is up for sale. Sunshine Coast Council Waste Innovation Engineer Graeme Emmerson said locals could help themselves and help the planet simply by getting involved. “Reducing the amount of waste that ends up at the tip and in landfill is vitally important for the future health of our environment and our vision to be Australia’s most sustainable region – vibrant green and diverse,” he said. “Landfills are rapidly reaching capacity across the Sunshine Coast and suitable landfill sites are both scarce and do not represent an ecologically sound solution for the future.

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Last Thursday night saw about 150 locals attending the Division 1 candidate’s night at the Glass House Mountains Hall.

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The event was organised by the Glasshouse Mountains Advancement Network (GMAN) and was chaired by Ann Ross, Steve Attrill, Kym Edwards, Rhys Renolds, Debbie Blumel, Steven Lang of Maleny. Bob McLean, Rick Baberowski and Brett Winkler Steven who is an active conservationist, It was a great opportunity to put names to faces, and president of Maleny District Green Hills, a and to hear and see how our potential Councillors group dedicated to the protection and restoration can perform under the spotlight and what visions of natural areas in the local landscape, did they have for our area. a great job of keeping the evening on track The most significant outcome from the night and giving each of the candidates an equal for me was that a number of candidates (Bob opportunity of expressing their views. McLean, Reece Reynolds and Steve Attrill) declared that they are active members of a The evening was a combination of questions that political party (LNP). were presubmitted before the evening covering a I feel there is no room for party politics in local broad cross section of council topics as well as a government, and even if a candidate can – with number of questions that came from the floor. hand on heart – say that their political affiliations While the focus for the evening was on those won’t play any part in how they conduct running as Councillors for Division 1, three of the themselves if elected, it is very hard to believe Mayoral candidates attended so that they could that they won’t form alliances with other likehear what was important to the residents of the minded Divisional Councillors or play favourites division. to the recently elected State Government. This concern was then realised with two of these At the end of the forum, Mayoral candidates Cr candidates (Bob McLean and Reece Reynolds) Debbie Blumel, Kym Edwards and Brett Winkler declaring that they have stitched up a preference were each given a couple of minutes to introduce deal between themselves, forming the ‘dynamic themselves to the audience. duo’. For those of you who still haven’t decided how Surprisingly, the third pillar of conservatism – you will be voting for as Mayor there is a profile Steve Attrill – has been left of out the gang. One on each of the Mayoral candidates on pages wonders what he’s done to deserve that? 20 and 21 and in next week’s edition there will There was a piece in the Courier Mail I read be a final wrap up for each of the Division 1 from the State election, where the commentator candidates. explained that in a contest where there was a large candidate field, the tactic of ‘stooge’ As regular readers know it is not my approach candidates can sometimes be used. to offer my opinion on who will make the best This is where one candidate nominates for the candidate for the job, but we did receive a specific purpose of diluting the vote and directing couple of letters that raised questions about the preferences through to another candidate, but evening,that I thought made some interesting without them really wanting to win the seat. points and have printed one below. I’m hoping that such dirty tactics aren’t being played out in Division 1. But if they are … will I attended the Council candidate’s forum meeting the real stooge please stand up. at the Glasshouse Hall – well done to GMAN for B. Green, organising something for local voters. Glenview

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VOTE 1 Ann Ross Dip Bus, Grad Dip AICD

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True CommitmentWorking for You to ...  Value and support the work of community organisations and volunteers  Promote our environmental area as a valuable and sustainable eco-tourism asset that will provide jobs for our children  Advocate separate ‘budget line‛ process for gravel road sealing and road repairs  Ensure that both the mature residents and the youth of the hinterland receive the same level of support and service as is enjoyed by the rest of the Sunshine Coast  Advocate to Council that our need for path and cycle ways is critical and can be proved to be greater than for other areas of the coast  Ensure the hinterland secures its own unique tourism branding and support  Work to alleviate urban transport problems  Advocate and support a feasibility study to determine the economic benefit of packaging this idyllic part of this world as caravan and motorhome friendly

Division 1 Jewel of the Sunshine Coast! 0428 427 576 Authorised by A Ross, 14 Beerburrum Road, Beerburrum 4517 for Ann Ross (candidate).



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Fullerton family member receives Honorary Doctorate

A former Glasshouse Mountains resident, who is recognised internationally for her contribution to the digitisation of Australian libraries, has received an Honorary Doctorate from the University of the Sunshine Coast. Recently retired Director-General of the National Library of Australia, Dr Janice Fullerton of Canberra received the prestigious award at USC’s Graduation Ceremony last week. “It is absolutely lovely to be honoured by a University which didn’t exist when I was a local but that is a part of the world I USC Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Hill with come from,” she said. Dr Janice Fullerton Janice attended Beerwah State School and Nambour State High School, and her family’s pineapple and macadamia farms are still in operation in the local area. Dr Fullerton’s exemplary 43-year public service career began as a trainee librarian for the National Library of Australia in 1967. She was promoted to Director-General in 1999 and remained in that position until her retirement in 2010. “There was virtually no automation when I started and by the time I ended my career, libraries were totally based on using technologies,” Dr Fullerton said. “Digitisation enables libraries to do better and easier what they’ve always tried to do, which is to meet the needs of their readers.” Dr Fullerton was awarded an Order of Australia in 2005 and recently received the HCL Anderson Award from the Australian Library and Information Association. USC’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Hill said Dr Fullerton was highly regarded in her industry and deserved recognition for her leadership and innovation. “Dr Fullerton’s outstanding efforts ensured the National Library of Australia achieved an increased visibility of collections, and the enabling of free access to the national catalogue through Australia’s web archive Pandora,” he said. “She initiated the Australian Newspaper Digitisation Project and the creation of the Trove search service which provides easy online access to the content of thousands of Australian collections. “This Honorary Award recognises her strong links to the Sunshine Coast region where she grew up on a pineapple farm near the Glasshouse Mountains.”

Share a walk down memory lane

Do you remember the fun and laughter, ice-creams and sunburn, romance and adventure that were an essential part of any family holiday at Caloundra? Sunshine Coast Council needs your help to create a work of art based around these wonderful memories. The 'Memory Lane' installation will feature a paste up of contributed mementos along the Village Laneway in the Caloundra CBD. Council’s Creative Communities Manager, Christine Ballinger, said the temporary art installation is a fun and interactive way for the community to celebrate and contribute to the streetscape upgrade of Bulcock Street and the Caloundra CBD. “The purpose of public art is to bring art into everyday life, to energise public spaces and to stimulate thought,” Ms Ballinger said. “The Memory Lane project is a fun way to share the history and memories of great times, while also involving the wider community in the reinvigoration of the Caloundra CBD.” Council invites you to recall your fondest memories of special times spent in Caloundra—holiday activities, camping, fishing trips, a great surfing weekend or maybe something completely different—and send copies of photos, postcards, posters, film or other memorabilia to help create a real walk down memory lane. Send your contributions to or drop them in to council by Friday, May 4. Community members are also invited to help install the project in the Village Laneway during a weekend workshop on May 19 - 20, contact council by email or phone 5475 7272 to book your spot. Further details about the Memory Lane art project are available at council’s website or through customer service.

Anzac Day in Glasshouse Country

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Landsborough 0415hrs assemble for Dawn Service at RSL Park, Cribb Street Landsborough, 0428hrs service following, service a Gunfire breakfast at the Sports and Recreation Association premises at Tunnel Ridge Road Landsborough. Beerwah 0415hrs - Dawn Service march will form at the Club Car Park on Beerwah Parade side, 0425hrs - The march will commence 0428hrs - Dawn Service from 0700hrs - Until 0830hrs Breakfast will be served.

March and services

Landsborough 0845hrs assemble at Cribb Street in front of the Memorial laying of wreaths, then march to Landsborough Community Hall for the service at 900hrs. Light refreshments will be available at the Hall provided by the Citizen’s Auxiliary. Beerwah 0900hrs - The Club will be closed at 0900hrs for preparation of main service. 0910hrs - The march for the main service will form up at the corner of Free and Mawhinney Streets. 0930hrs - March will commence, bring along a hat and water to drink if the weather is hot. Vintage cars will be available for the older veterans. If there are any inquiries, please contact the Beerwah Peachester SubBranch on 5494 0278 or the Club on 5494 0289. Glass House Mountains 1125hrs assemble at corners of Coonowrin Road and Gardner Street for the march to Glasshouse Community Hall Service, followed by light refreshments to be served at the RSL Club rooms Reed Street Glass House Mountains. Cross Dedication To be held at 1300hrs at the Cenotaph at the front of Glass House Country RSL Hall facing Reed Street. Members of the public can lay a cross on the Cenotaph in remembrance of deceased Service person/s. Crosses available for purchase at RSL at $5.00 each on the day or phone 5438 7777 (office answering machine). To find out more read Lea’s column on page 2.

What does Bob McLean Stand For:

Browsing Beerwah Another step towards Beerwah Action Plan

Community focus groups have completed the challenging task of turning the bright ideas of Beerwah's residents into a draft Action Plan. The focus groups have handed over their actions and priorities to council which will now review the documents for achievability before taking a draft Final Action Plan back to the community. Once that has been approved, the draft Final Beerwah Action Plan will be taken to council to be endorsed. Council started comprehensive community engagement with the town last year to help develop an even brighter future in Beerwah. The information from the community engagement was then divided into themes: Robust Economy, business, trade, industry and jobs Ecological sustainability, ecological preservation and development of natural and built environment Innovation and Creativity, arts and culture, programs, events and activities Health and Wellbeing, safety, security, health and wellbeing Social Cohesion, community spirit, civic heart, inclusive spaces Accessibility and Connectedness, community connection and access Managing growth, services and assets, meeting community needs Great Governance, transparency, engagement and partnerships. If you would like to be involved in the next phases of this exciting project, and really make a difference to your town, you may like to nominate to become part of the Streetscape Steering Group or the Community Coordination Group. Please email commdevelopment@sunshinecoast.qld. or call 5475 7272 and ask for council's Project Manager for more information or to nominate for one or both groups. Also check out the YouTube video of what the community said about Beerwah at, via the PLACE+ Beerwah webpage. Keep watching for further developments in the wonderful town of Beerwah! Advertisement

Family Values Married to Margaret for 43 years, Parent / Grandparent, BUSINESS builder, owner and manager, Bob will represent you and your families, Bob will listen to your community to be your voice in council. “Bob Builds Bridges” this is what I do in Business and Community life, working with whoever is needed to deliver the best outcome. To represent you is an extension of what I have delivered to my Family, our Customers and the Community. Bob’s 4E’s are the tools I will use to achieve my GOALS which I will be sharing with you here each week until the Council Election on 28th April.

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To ensure all developments have at least 2 entry/exits at all times. (e.g. Bellvista & Kawana Forest)

Promote the establishment of Sustainable Environmentally friendly ventures from the Beach to the Hinterland Bush. (Recycling Garden & Household Waste for energy, sustainable private timber forests, primary production in controlled environment )

To work with Queensland Police Service to investigate & establish a cost effective 24/7 Surveillance systems to create Safe & Secure Communities. This will reduce violence & reduce petty crime in the community. Safe place to live. Protecting your property & you.

You can learn more about Bob & my views, by visiting my website:, Phone: 0427 606 240 - See Public Notices page 40 for more information. Authorised R.J. McLean, 53 Bowen Rd. Glass House Mountains for Bob McLean (candidate)

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Mt Mellum musician awarded scholarship “She knows what her career is to be and has set about achieving it in a diverse and practical way.” Jessie said the scholarship will help her purchase a steel string acoustic electric guitar and an amplifier. This equipment is essential to her and will help develop and conduct herself as an emerging artist and professional musician. She began her Bachelor of Popular Music at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University in 2011, however her interest and experience in music started when she was just nine years of age. For the past four years Jessie has also been performing her own music at various venues across South East Queensland.

Jessie Ryan-Allen of Mount Mellum has been awarded The Events Centre Scholarship for the Performing Arts to commend her outstanding dedication to music. The Scholarship will provide Jessie with a cheque for $2,500.00 to help ease the financial burden of final year study. This is the fifth year the scholarship has been awarded. Jessie was selected to receive the scholarship by a panel of judges. Joan Benson OAM, Cultural Ambassador of The Events Centre and one of the judges on the panel, said Jessie has a mature approach to study, her fellow musicians, future work and the community.

Local, young and live, and happening this Friday! As National Youth Week draws to a close, the countdown has begun in earnest for young people across Glass House as they gear up to celebrate ‘Local Young Live’, a live music event that is set to rock the Beerwah Community Hall this Friday, from 4.00pm. With headline act 'The Lady Throat Killers' announced just prior to Easter, the event promises to be a sell-out, with only 300 tickets available at the door on the night.

Other acts include ‘He Said She Said’, ‘Apollo and the Sun’, ‘Sweet Suzie’, ‘Sarah James’, ‘Roses for the damned’, and ‘Embody Performing Arts’, all for the low price of only $5.00. Food and drinks will also be available for purchase. The drug and alcohol free National Youth Week event is an initiative of BADYACC and the students of the flexi-school, with security provided thanks to funding from Community Recycling. The event runs until 9.00pm.

Warm reception for price freeze on water

Unitywater has put price hikes on ice, announcing a freeze on its water and sewerage fees and charges for the next financial year. The Board’s decision to keep prices at current levels for another 12 months is expected to provide welcome relief for local households under pressure from the rising cost of living. CEO Jon Black said it was the direct result of ongoing efforts to slash costs and identify savings, and highlighted the benefits of providing water and sewerage services across a larger customer base. “We’ve been able to deliver a price freeze just two years after commencing operations due to a concerted effort to keep costs down and realising the benefits of increased economies of scale,” Mr Black said. “We’ve listened to our customers and have been looking at every aspect of our operations and every program we have in place to see where savings can be made. He said the freeze would apply to all Unitywater prices, with the exception of trade waste, recycled water and a small number of miscellaneous fees and charges. It doesn’t apply to the State Government’s bulk water charges which are not controlled by Unitywater. He reassured customers they won't be slugged with big increases in 12 months’ time. “Our aim has always been, and will continue to be, to keep prices as low as possible,” Mr Black said.



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Nominate a sustainability champion for the 2012 Glossy awards

Sunshine Coast Council is calling on the community to nominate sustainability champions for the 2012 Living Smart Glossies Awards, to be held on Friday, June 15. The Glossies, named after the endangered glossy black cockatoo, recognise exceptional sustainability achievements in building design, construction, transport, resource management, greening the arts, and edible gardening. New this year is the Affordable Living Award, which is open to developers and builders who have delivered a residential project which has contributed to housing choice and a sustainable and affordable living experience for the home’s inhabitants. Council’s Climate Change and Environment Initiatives Coordinator, Sally Wright, said the Glossies acknowledged businesses, community organisations and individuals who have made smarter choices in how they live and contribute to the future of our region. She said one easy and effective way to be more sustainable is to plant an edible landscape – a garden that feeds the family in a healthy way, saves money, and helps the environment, and residents are encouraged to enter the 2012 Edible Landscape Award category and reap the benefits of gardening. While residents, organisations and businesses can self-nominate for the awards, the Hall of Fame recipient will be selected by a specialist assessor panel. Established last year, the Hall of Fame Award recognises a wellknown Sunshine Coast identity or business that has achieved sustainable outcomes over a significant period of time. Award categories open for self nomination include the Golden Glossy – Excellence in Sustainable Design Award, Resource Saver Award, Sustainable Transport Award, Living Smart Solutions Award, Enviro-Business Award, and Greening the Arts Award. Visit for more information or to nominate. Entries close on Monday, May 14.

Help Council help your four legged friends Did you know you can retrieve your dog or cat for free from Sunshine Coast Council’s pounds the first time it is impounded, provided it is registered? By law you must register your pet and council provides this incentive to ensure your pet’s registration is renewed in September each year. Community Services Manager, Sheryl Krome said council was committed to reuniting pets with their owners and encouraging responsible pet ownership. She said owners must be in control of their dog or cat at all times, which is why council has a $300.00 impound release fee to emphasise the significance of being a responsible pet owner and to provide an incentive to stop it happening again.” Ms Krome said the $300.00 impound fee would be waived for first time offenders whose registered cat or dog was impounded. She said animal registration provides safety and security for dogs and cats as well as owners and the community. All dogs and cats must be registered every year and wear a council-issued registration tag when in public to assist council to reunite dogs and cats with their owners should they become separated. Reduced registration fees apply for desexed and microchipped dogs and cats. Also remember to ensure your pet’s microchip details are up-to-date with your microchip register to help council, the vet or lost animal shelter to reunite you quickly and easily. If your pet goes missing and your microchip details are not up-to-date and you do not know which database the chip is registered to, visit council’s website for some simple tips about how to resolve this quickly.

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From the Schools Beerwah State High’s Independent Learning Centre open for business Contributed by Tanya Hayden, deputy principal senior school Beerwah State High School is proud to announce that a major project, a joint initiative between the Beerwah SHS P&C and Education Queensland has finally come to fruition. Several years ago the school investigated the concept of having a dedicated space that catered for the needs of senior students who wished to take up flexible learning options and work opportunities that could see them missing a day of school each week. In 2009 agreement was reached as to where that space would be situated and Sharon Vonhoff, then President of the Beerwah SHS P&C committed major funds from the P&C that meant the project could go ahead. Throughout 2010 and 2011, under the direction of P&C President Cathy Cope, with assistance from senior Schooling HOD Liza Bingham and Beerwah State High School’s Industry Liaison Officer Cindy Reader what once seemed like ‘wishful thinking’ soon became a reality. The Independent Learning Centre opened its doors to the first senior students in term 3, 2011 and was officially opened by Mr Graham Trevenen, school Principal, on Thursday, March 29. Over 100 senior students who are involved in school based apprenticeships and traineeships or studying certificate courses at TAFE or other

educational facilities regularly make use of this centre two or three lessons a week as a place to study and catch up on school work and assessments. Cindy Reader is on hand to assist students with resume writing, searching for jobs and other courses and contacting employers to arrange work placements and facilitates other future work and career opportunities. It is fully equipped with computers, laptops and wireless internet access and is packed with resources and up-to-date information about careers, job prospects and industry news and is a meeting place for outside industry partners to liaise with the school and students. Guidance Officer, Paul Gordon is also readily available to assist students when they are making decisions about future courses and career pathways. The Independent Learning Centre has already expanded from its initial purpose and now also caters for students who are studying courses via virtual schooling and School of Distance Education with a fully equipped sound proof computer lab solely for their use. School staff and students thank past and current Presidents Sharon Vonhoff and Cathy Cope and their executive teams for all of their hard work and dedication in contributing significantly to the construction of such a wonderful facility that supports the learning of so many students at Beerwah SHS.

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Caring, learning and success at Glass House Mountains School Glass House Mountains State School would like to invite members of the local community to share their knowledge and skills with the younger generation at GHMSS.The mentoring and enrichment program will be asking for people to volunteer their time for reading groups, arts, science, maths, literacy and IT skills. Perhaps you have a talent that you would like to share? This could be sewing, music, arts, poetry, another language, gardening, dancing, photographic or computer skills just to name a few. People often forget that our skills are valuable, particularly when they are used to inspire someone else along the trail of discovery. Time to join in the reading groups! Our principal Elizabeth and the amazing teaching staff at GHMSS have definite pathways for the children to enjoy as the new curriculum is rolled out this year, focusing on caring and learning with success in mind. In order to achieve success as a community we need conversations to take place between the generations to bridge any gaps that exist, to create a place where inspiration and knowledge can be shared. By volunteering to assist teachers and students, you can feel proud that you are part of the enrichment process and supporting children’s education whilst strengthening your community. You will be a part of building relationships and a sense of belonging, sharing our diverse historical and cultural stories and working together to develop understanding. Volunteering can be as little as half an hour a week or as many hours as you can contribute. Please contact Glass House Mountains State School and leave your contact details at the office. We look forward to your response and participation.

Bushdance for Chappy a blast! Mooloolah State School's Farewell Bush Dance for Chappy Dave Larkin on Friday, March 23 was a wonderful success. A terrific crowd enjoyed dancing to the fantastic ‘Bushland Boogie’ Bush band. Chappy Dave had an amazing night and leaves Mooloolah State School with wonderful memories. His commitment and generosity to students, families and staff of the school over the last four years will not be forgotten. Everyone attending the Bush Dance was able to thank Chappy Dave personally and wish him well for his future endeavours. Chappy Dave received the ultimate surprise on the night, with a farewell gift of a Skydive Voucher with Sunshine Coast Skydivers. Dave said, "I will be very nervous but very excited to take the jump. It will be a once in a lifetime moment." Although the jump date is not yet set, Chappy Dave invited everyone to come and cheer him on when he lands on the beach. So stay tuned for further information! An event like the Bush Dance showcases what an awesome school we have at Mooloolah. The School's Chaplaincy Committee would again like to thank all the local businesses who so generously supported our Bush Dance: Mooloolah IGA, Mooloolah Meats, Eureka Bakery Mooloolah, Matilda Fruit Barn, Mooloolah Produce and Stockfeed, Linea Design & Drafting, Red Building, Mooloolah Property, Mooloolah Dental, Ourshoes Kids, Mooloolah PO, Mooloolah News, Network Video, Mooloolah Hair Studio, Mooloolah Hardware, Vicious Vintage, Mooloolah Vet, NFL Electrical, Richard Pope Accounting and Mooloolah Tiling.

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A week of work for GCCC students By Kaylee Utting, Year 10 Glasshouse Country Christian College work experience student For most high school students the last week of term was a blur of assignments and exams, but for Glasshouse Country Christian College’s Year 10 students, the last week has opened up many new opportunities and ideas. For my work experience, I spent a week at Glasshouse Country News because I love reading and writing. I was overwhelmed by the level of organisation and hard work that goes into each week’s newspaper. I was asked to do everything from sending emails and doing errands to interviewing one of my fellow Year 10 students, Isaac. Isaac Cornel has spent an amazing week at the Beerwah Veterinary Surgery. He enjoyed handling all the pets and his main highlight was helping perform a caesarean to deliver some cute puppies. The staff said he was a natural with animals and a hard worker too. But Isaac quickly learnt that if you really want to help the animals, you can’t love them too much or become emotionally attached, because in spite of everything, animals die or have to be put down.

Dr Ian Palmer of Beerwah Veterinary Surgery, Humphrey the cat and work experience students Isaac and Kaylee Before this week, Isaac wasn’t sure what he wanted to do after leaving school, but since he loves animals, he decided to give the vet surgery a go. Spending a week in the workplace has helped him make up his mind and his passion to help animals has increased tenfold. With work experience coming to an end, I’m sure many Year 10 students enjoyed their week just as much as Isaac and I.

Eggscellent fun caps off busy term Bring the family out for a great day at the Peachester Markets

Hosted by the Queensland Country Women’s Association • New Stall Holders as well as some of your old favourites NEW • Great Country Atmosphere STALL HOLDERS • Potted plants, clothing, bric-a-brac, WELCOME soft toys, hot food, homemade Enquiries to cakes & jams Joan 5494 9521 or 2012 Market Dates Coral 5494 9775 June 30th, Sept 22nd, Nov 24th

Students from Landsborough State School capped off an exciting first term with a colourful Easter Bonnet Parade and concert from the Prep to Year 3 students. There was even a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny who hopped in to hand out Easter Eggs to all the children. The presentation ended with all the children (and

many parents) doing the ‘chicken dance’. Well done to all teachers, students and parents for their dedication so far this year. The school P & C also drew the winners of their Easter raffle. Thank you to everyone who supported the raffle and purchased tickets either through the tuckshop or when voting on election day.

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Waggin Tails Grooming Salon is now on facebook! Simply check us out at to find out what’s happening in the salon and our current specials. With winter approaching, why not consider a special treat for your pooch with a hygiene clip, which includes a bath and blowdry, ears cleaned, nails clipped, and a face, feet and bottom trim. Prices start from as low as $30.00, depending on breed and coat. Another alternative over winter is to bring your doggie in for a warm bath, blow dry and eye trim, and I can remove any knots. These are good things to have done over winter as it keeps your furry friend’s coat in a good condition, and knot free! In my home based salon here in Glass House, I have a maximum of three dogs in the salon at one time to help reduce the noise and stress to other dogs. The dogs are kept in cubicles, not cages. Owners can stay, or drop their dogs off and return in just over an hour to pick up their pampered pooch. For more information on the range of services available or my years of experience in grooming dogs, give me a call on 0409 609 938 or 5493 0368, or check out the facebook page.






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Community Group Updates

Caloundra Family History Research Inc

Glasshouse Country View Club

Contributed by Roz Kuss

Contributed by Pauline Clarke, publicity officer

A trip to Caloundra and an invigorating walk from Bulcock Beach to Kings Beach and back was enjoyed by 20 members and eight guests of Glasshouse Country View Club on Wednesday, April 4. This was followed by a fish and chips lunch (the real reason for the outing) sitting in the sun under the Norfolk pines on Bulcock Beach promenade. The next View Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 18 at the Glasshouse Sports

Club. This will be a ‘Back 2 School Day’ reminiscing about our school days in this country or overseas. Members are requested to bring a photo and any school memorabilia of those early days. Anyone who would like to join the View Club would be most welcome. Please contact Joy on 5439 9049 or Lydia on 5438 7894 who will be pleased to supply further information. View clubs are a valued part of the Smith Family which is a national, independent children’s charity committed to helping disadvantaged Australian children by unlocking opportunities through education and support.

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Glasshouse Country Senior Citizens Club Inc Contributed by Ian McCarron

At our last games day in carpet bowls, Alf Graham, John Anthony, Ian McCarron and Enesta De Clara beat Martin Bowers, George Bowers, Margaret Lamb and Neville Woolley 29 – 19 after 22 ends. Numerous prizes were won in cards games. The lucky door prize was won by Denise Woolley and the raffle was won by Jim McCarron. Reminders: Tuesday, April 24 - Games day. Morning tea 9.00am – 9.15am. Numerous carpet

bowls, cards games, lucky door and raffle prizes to be won. Tuesday, May 8 - Monthly meeting, barbecue. Tuesday, May 22 - Games day. Wednesday, May 23 - Visit to Sandgate Senior Citizens Club. For bookings and enquiries ring Jim on 5496 9836. Tuesday, June 12 - Monthly meeting. Thursday, June 14 - Morning tea and concert. Further details later. Wednesday, June 20 - Trip to Broncos Leagues Club. Tuesday, June 26 - Games day.

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Caloundra Family History Research Inc will hold its April general meeting on Thursday, April 19. Because it is close to the annual ANZAC Day Remembrance Services, the guest speaker will be our esteemed member, Ian Edwardson. Ian’s presentation will embrace a military theme. Caloundra Family History’s next big project will be the undertaking of another four week Beginners/Refresher Course. This will commence on Saturday, April 28, and continue for the following three Saturday afternoons, concluding on May 19. The course runs for approximately two and a half hours each Saturday afternoon and encompasses the following lessons - How to Begin, Record Keeping, Researching Overseas, and Researching in Australia. Cost for the complete course is only $30.00 and includes each participant being given a CD at the end of each lesson. Afternoon tea is also included. This is the third course the group has conducted and past experience has shown the course fills quickly. For further information and registration please telephone our Secretary June on 5493 2679 or email her at The group’s rooms and library at the Guide Hut are open for research every Saturday from 9.30am - 12.30pm. On the third Thursday of the month research is available from 9.30am to 12.00noon, followed by the general meeting which is held from 1.30pm 4.00pm. Every other Thursday of the month the rooms are open for the full day, from 9.30am - 4.00pm. Further information on meetings, specialist groups and research details can be obtained from Roz 5493 1197, Valerie 5437 3879 or by the email shown above.

GCNews welcomes contributions from all local community groups and service clubs. Please note contributions that meet the editorial deadline of 12.00noon each Friday will be considered for publication. However if we receive more contributions then there is space available contributions 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.

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Community Group Updates Beerwah Neighbourhood Watch Queensland

At the meeting of Beerwah NHWQ held on April 2, the ‘Good Neighbour Award’ was presented to Del Davis, who had been nominated by DonnaKay Donovan, the current President of Beerwah CWA. Donna wrote…. ‘Del has spent a lot of time in the community keeping the CWA going and organises volunteers for the Red Cross Blood Bank when it comes into the area’. Del has occupied many of the positions on the committee of the CWA and it is in no small part due to her efforts that Beerwah still has a branch of CWA, unlike many small country towns. Unfortunately, Donna was unable to be present. The photo (above right) shows Ron Stocks, the Area Co-ordinator of Beerwah NHWQ presenting the certificate to Del.

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Remember that the award now covers Glass House and Landsborough, so keep those nominations coming in! Contact Sheila Williams Secretary, 5439 0520, e-mail swilli17@dodo.

Peachester District Horticultural Society Contributed by Patricia Bradford, publicity officer

Vice president Joan Kropp welcomed members to the March meeting held in the Peachester Hall. After a short meeting, Rob Morris, Jeff Bodley and Coral Beutel entertained us with their experiences on their recent trip to Taiwan. Jeff spoke about the beautiful scenery. Taiwan is a very mountainous country, about half the size of Tasmania, and is home to 23 million people. Everywhere is clean and tidy and the local food was good. Coral mainly spoke about the parks and gardens with their stunning displays, and visiting markets. The orchids were outstanding and found in many hotels. She also touched on other interesting experiences they had on their trip. Results of the competition bench - first Joan Kropp, second Pam Innes. The next meeting will be on Thursday, April 19, 9.30am in the Peachester Hall. After the meeting we will be visiting an orchid nursery.

Rob Morris (left) Coral Beutel and Jeff Bodley. Rob and Coral wearing headbands for taking part in a ceremony with the Amis Aboriginal tribe in Taiwan. Coral is wearing a vest purchased from a local market. Visitors are always welcome, for more information phone 5496 9169.

Seniors invited to 12th annual Sunshine Coast Seniors’ Forum Senior residents of the Sunshine Coast are invited to the 12th annual Sunshine Coast Seniors’ Forum and Expo, to be held on May 18 at Lake Kawana Community Centre. The event is hosted by Member for Fisher Peter Slipper and the Fisher Seniors’ Council, 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 accompanies the Forum will this year again feature some 30 exhibitors, each on hand to give helpful free advice on a range of products and services of interest to seniors.

“Those who have attended past forums have commented that having so many exhibits at the expo makes it easy to gather a range of information in the one afternoon – it can save a lot of time,” Mr Slipper said. The Sunshine Coast Seniors’ Forum and Expo was first hosted by the Fisher Seniors Council and Member for Fisher Peter Slipper in 2001. The 2012 Sunshine Coast Seniors’ Forum is FREE and will be held at Lake Kawana Community Centre, Bokarina, on May 18, from 1.30pm - 4.30pm. Contact Mr Slipper’s office on 5444 4888 for further information and to book a place.

In 1945 Ethel Burgess, then aged about nine, was excited to win the ‘Best Decorated Bicycle’ competition at an Australian Comforts Fund Garden Party held at the home of Mr and Mrs McCabe in the Glasshouse Mountains, in aid of the local branch. Ethel placed her bride doll on the handlebars with the bride’s train trailing along the sides of the bike, and weaved coloured paper through the spokes of the wheels for added decoration. During the Open Day at Bankfoot House on Sunday, May 27 there will be a competition for the Best Decorated Bicycle and organisers are looking forward to lots of entries of decorated bikes from creative cyclists. Bikes can be decorated in any way. Weaving coloured crepe paper through the spokes of the wheels, attaching streamers to the handlebars and sitting dolls on the bike are just some ideas. Balloons and all sorts of other fun items can be used. The young people of the district have terrific imaginations so organisers are sure they will think of lots of original and innovative ways of decorating their bikes. The Open Day will celebrate the 100th anniversary of an amazing feat by the Clark sisters of Brisbane. On the Empire Day weekend in 1912, two young women with their male companions rode their bikes from Brisbane to Bankfoot House along the road that is now called Old Gympie Road, and the party climbed two of the Glasshouse Mountains before riding their bikes back to Brisbane. Her Excellency the Governor of Queensland and her husband will attend the Open Day. The Governor will welcome everyone, in particular the descendants of the Clark sisters and visiting cyclists – those on pennyfarthings as well as those riding modern-day recreational bicycles. For further information contact Friends of Bankfoot House, phone 5493 0197, email friends@ Ron Gillinder – President – 0407 760 989.    

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Local government election - Mayoral candidates Warren Blee - OAM

Michael Bloyce

Cr Debbie Blumel

"I am standing for mayor as I want to build a culture in the council and the Sunshine Coast community for positive change. While the coast is a great place to live, it could be a lot better, with more and better jobs. We need with small infrastructure expansions to make the coast more RV and caravan friendly especially in the railway and hinterland towns and we need to utilise the council’s website more effectively to promote the coast with the theme ‘There is always something happening on the Sunshine Coast’ and promote this from the Gold Coast to Bundaberg. The coast has been built on agriculture (currently under significant pressure), tourism, construction and retail (all currently depressed). The coast economy needs to be expanded and stabilised through the knowledge industries. Council needs to support local business with its purchasing policies and have support officers for business and community organisations. There are also a number of other vitally important issues such as preservation of the natural environment, managing development, transport including public transport and parking, the importance of diversity of communities and their visual and cultural character and of course the fiscal management, asset management, debt and service delivery of the council including provision of all weather roads and bridges plus community engagement. All of these and more are outlined in my policies and their applications in the blog of my website For specific issues or more information contact me by email via or telephone 5443 1254."

Michael Bloyce has the right mix of qualifications, business and council experience, leadership skills, community involvement and policy vision to be the next mayor of the Sunshine Coast. Michael’s key policies include: •Organisational reform of council, to make it a more customer-focused, efficient organisation – a service provider and not a service denier; •Support for small business by rejuvenating the local economy - through a more proactive approach to business attraction and support, diversification into clean industry sectors, a reduction of red tape and streamlining of council procedures; •Introducing a preference margin for local workers; •A new model of community engagement through the introduction of online community reference panels (avoiding wasted money on consultants); •The expeditious roll-out of key infrastructure projects; •A review of council’s levy system; •Building multi-deck car parks to ease traffic congestion; and •A reduction in council debt levels. With degrees in Economics and Law and an MBA, Michael has enjoyed a successful career in cultural, venue and event management. He has 20 years’ management experience with council and has worked in the private sector in the fields of life insurance, hospitality, business and arts consultancy. At 52, Michael is fit and healthy and has lived on the Sunshine Coast since 1989. He has been actively involved in community service for over two decades and is an excellent public speaker and master of ceremonies. Michael is a strong leader with solid conservative values and possesses an excellent understanding of the workings of government at all levels.

Debbie Blumel says she is the councillor who gets things done, and the first thing she'll do if elected mayor is create more jobs. "The people of the Glasshouse Mountains know the importance of more jobs - and I will deliver more jobs," she says. She has delivered as a councillor, and as mayor will create jobs, while protecting the environment. Debbie is well known for listening to the community and says she is the only mayoral candidate to commit to bringing council forums to small towns in the region. Debbie believes that the people of the Glasshouse Mountains deserve to see their mayor and councillors and have access to the senior staff – and she’ll make sure they do. Debbie says she's the only councillor standing for mayor and heads the Major Projects Portfolio in a council with a $638M budget and over 2,300 staff. Councillor Blumel held a number of senior managerial positions and represented Queensland on state and national projects before becoming a councillor. Debbie is also the only mayoral candidate to tackle the rising cost of living on the Sunshine Coast. When the price of water went up she started the Community Water Company which will roll-out rooftop rainwater harvesting to lower water prices, and reduce developers costs by 10 – 30 per cent, which then can be passed on to homebuyers. Debbie will support a new planning scheme which respects the region’s unique communities, so places like the Glasshouse Mountains get a fair go.

Jim Hopkins

Mark Jamieson

Matthew Ryan-Sykes

“I'm Jim Hopkins standing for Mayor and would like to share with you all why I have the passion, vision and the courage for the Mayors demanding position. Firstly may I say it’s a fact of life that you can't lead from behind, hence the reason I put up my hand for the Mayor's post. Considering that I have a referendum proposal as a corner stone of my campaign, if elected, I believe it would send a resounding message to our new State Government, that the people wish to claim back that of which we were so dictatorially denied and I as Mayor, would pursue for a referendum with gist. Being a truly independent candidate with destinations and credits appertaining to my technician’s trade, I feel such are outstanding qualities that lay a sound foundation for any Mayoral role which gives such a post the integrity that the general public look for and deserve. Such attributes laid the foundation for the business venture that Elizabeth and I ran successfully for 13 years here in Coolum. I put that success down to having the vision of seeing when the 2000 recession was going to hit and such vision guided us away from incurring any new debt, yet at the same time the importance of keeping our finger on the pulse for maximum efficiency. Being one of nine and a farmer’s son along with the above makes the Mayoral role highly suited for the likes of myself who has not been influenced by earlier council positions. All of which I'm sure, makes me a very capable and trustworthy person for the Mayors position.”

Mark Jamieson believes experienced leadership, economic development and the preservation of community image and identities are at the heart of his campaign. "As your Mayoral candidate I’m dedicated to shaping the future of the Sunshine Coast for the benefit of all residents to enjoy prosperity, success, contentment and wellbeing," he says. Mark has spent almost 30 years with APN News and Media as an employee and executive working on newspapers throughout Queensland and NSW. "As chief executive of the publishing division I was responsible for almost 2,000 employees, over 100 titles and more than 50 publishing operations throughout eastern Australia, with a budget in excess of $300 million per annum, not dissimilar to the Sunshine Coast Council." Since 2010 his focus has been on his own business acquisitions as an investor and company director and those interests provide him with a unique window to the Sunshine Coast economy. His businesses employ over 60 people and he is conscious of the social responsibility he has as an employer. As mayor, his initial focus will be on building a stable and reliable team with elected councillors. Mark believes that they will need to respect each other’s objectives and priorities whilst agreeing to a plan for action. "A Jamieson led council will focus on accelerating appropriate approvals to restore a critical balance in our employment base, with an eye to the future in broadening and deepening our economy,” he said. For full details on Mark Jamieson and his policies please go to

“People of the Sunshine Coast Region deserve a mayor with the strategic vision to ensure the council works with innovation, drive and ambition to see that the community way of life is prosperous and sustainable for all future generations.” 1. Aspects of the Sustainable transport policy 2011-2031 are modified such that the free travel for commuters is part of a considered outcome for that strategic plan. 2. Council affirms for businesses its support for the introduction of light rail system interconnecting the coastal strip, the airport and existing rail network in a sustainable way been implemented. 3. Incentives in the form of a rebate be a considered outcome and given to homeowners or developers where sound and permanent energy efficient principles and features are incorporated into the planning and design of new buildings and additions to existing ones. 4. Total exemptions on water charges to be considered as part of a general rate exemption for those who live totally self-sufficiently with their own water supply. 5. There is enhanced protection of the Sunshine Coast’s coastline, marine life, beaches, rivers and parks. 6. There is support for the development of a policy to have child care services provided in-house by council to assist families to make costs affordable. 7. Council affirms its support for local communities demanding to have development applications that are put to council rejected where the reception of 80 per cent of ratepayers objections within a postcode area for such a demand. 8. Support a rates reduction plan to be applied to all sporting clubs operating sporting facilities for young people of ages 18 years or under. 9. Support the expansion plan of the Sunshine Coast Airport.

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Kim Edwards True. Local. Leadership

Kim’s vision is to inspire a team that works together to make the Sunshine Coast region, not just the most beautiful place to live, but a place where residents are proud of their community. She will lead a local government that will champion the rights of every resident to prosper, grow and belong. Kim will create a new landscape of economic prosperity by engaging in international markets with effective strategies for tourism and education to create jobs on the Sunshine Coast. She will champion the international student industry ensuring that the Sunshine Coast becomes one of the world’s best education destinations. She says she will ensure that the business community is diverse and robust with initiatives that will showcase the region to a national and international marketplace. Kim will release the shackles that currently restrict development and appoint Case Managers to oversee each application. She will improve communication between developers, the community and Council and advocate for broad investment partnerships to support local developments. She will extend the Sunshine Coast Airport to ensure the region becomes an aviation and transport hub. She won't support the sale of the Airport to private ownership and will champion the extension of flights to support families currently working in the mining industry. She will focus on creating vibrant communities by celebrating cultural diversity and beautify public parks and spaces. She will champion greater support for local community cultural and sporting groups and events. She will build an efficient and integrated public transport system that links the communities of the Sunshine Coast.

Brett Winkler "I’m 43 years old, and live at Mudjimba. I’ve been a resident of the Sunshine Coast since 1999. I have worked in a range of positions up to senior management for public and private companies, sporting and not-for-profit community organisations including the Daniel Morcombe Foundation. I have owned and operated my own small business for many years and I am university educated. I am also the proud father of four born and bred Sunshine Coast Queenslanders. I’m passionate, hardworking and I listen to people. I believe in empowering people in our community, so that they can do better and be better. And I believe in fighting for a just cause. My vision is about creating an environment of opportunity for our people. That way they can deliver on their own vision, not some politician’s. My policies and platforms are about more jobs, better infrastructure, enhancing our lifestyle and less red tape for the community. I want my kids and the kids of others, to at least have the opportunity to live and work on the Sunshine Coast and enjoy the iconic lifestyle and environment that we cherish so much. I will deliver to the people a truly united team within council, one that will be proud to serve their community. My extensive business, sporting and community experience stands me in good stead to deliver the right balance for council, an organisation built around the community that isn’t just all about business. The community expects more and deserves more, and that’s what they will get from day one under my leadership.”



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There are lots of expensive photo editing programs on the market. However, the latest free download of Picasa 3.9 has many new simple tools for not only improving your photos, but having fun with them. Besides having a quick way of cropping, straightening, red eye removal, retouching and adding text there are fun effects to change the complete appearance of your picture. The Fireworks original picture on the left was first brightened with the highlight tool then the neon tool was used to get the red tinge, and this was followed by the blue tint. It is fun seeing the way the appearance of the picture changes with each click until you find one you like. When happy with the result, there are a variety of ways to

The Biggest Longest Morning Tea! artistically frame your creation, choosing frame colours and styles to match your picture. So why not download the latest Picasa program, get creative and have fun with your pictures? See you at Beerwah Library Thursday afternoons for more fun with photos. U3A Grafx Group meets at Beerwah Library each Thursday from 3.00pm.

Vaccination encouraged ahead of ‘flu season Queensland Health is encouraging people to get immunised before this years’ flu season begins. More than 140 cases of influenza have been recorded since January, which is lower than the average number of notifications. But the State’s Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young said that was no reason to become complacent about guarding against the virus. “Influenza is a highly contagious and potentially serious disease that can be spread through coughing and sneezing,” Dr Young said. “It’s especially important for people in ‘at risk’ groups to be vaccinated which is why Queensland Health provides free flu immunisation for the elderly, pregnant women, indigenous people aged over 15 and those at risk due to medical conditions such as heart and respiratory diseases. “As is the case every year, this year’s vaccine is based on the virus strains circulating in the northern hemisphere including the influenza A H3N2 strain, influenza A H1N1 and an influenza B strain. “This reliable and safe vaccine is available to prevent people getting the flu.” Anyone over the age of six months who is not severely allergic to vaccine ingredients can be immunised. “Annual vaccination against influenza reduces the chances of catching the flu and the severity of it if you do contract it,” Dr Young said. Vaccination is available through GPs, aboriginal medical services and other immunisation providers. Queensland Health is providing more information about influenza, how to prevent its spread and vaccination for Queenslanders and their families at: Regularly updated data is available at: sru_influenza.asp

You’re invited to the ‘Biggest Longest Morning Tea’ at the Church on the Rise, 68 Peachester Road, Beerwah on Tuesday, May 22, anytime between 9.30am - 11.45am. Only $2.00 for a cuppa (coffee or tea) and a scrumptious home-made cupcake. Also for sale will be home-made goodies such as cupcakes, tomato relish, rocky road etc. All money raised will go to the Cancer Council Qld. To help support this very worthy cause pop in if you’re out and about, or bring a friend or two and make it your social event of the day – children welcome. For more information contact Kristy 0414 527 712.

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Landsborough Playgroup Re-energised The Landsborough playgroup that has run in the past years at the CWA house on Old Landsborough Road will start up again with the on-hand support of a trained volunteer (Community Parent) from the Caloundra and Hinterland Family Support Program and in collaboration with the team from Morris House. The group will kick off on Tuesday, April 24 from 10.00am – 12.00noon and meet weekly to provide a nurturing and caring shared environment where both you and your children can have fun and meet new people. Please phone Wendy for details and to register your interest in joining this new playgroup on 5429 6766 or 0423 716 705.

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Out and About at Martin Rungert Park

With clear, blue sunny skies dominating Easter school holiday weather, it was no wonder families were out in force at our many local parks, including Martin Rungert Park, in Mooloolah. Following recent refurbishments, the park was a popular choice for locals, who took advantage of the glorious autumn weather and the final days of school holidays to spend a few carefree hours.




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Things 2 Do Sunshine Coast Heritage Showcase Day May 20 Sunshine Coast Heritage Showcase will be fantastic opportunity to learn and share all things Heritage, from 'how much is that worth' with antique valuation from Bill Hinds, to a heritage fashion parade, complete with washing day demonstration from Kenilworth Museum, and a display of old sewing machines from Noosa Museum. The FREE event has good old-fashioned entertainment, from country music, ukulele demos, to the blues, family history, vintage cars, children's activities and gearing up for the Qld titles being held in Maryborough the Sunshine Coast Brass Band. There will be a great variety of heritage to celebrate, including display and talk from Dr Eve Fesl of the Gubbi Gubbi people, archaeology display from Qld Uni's Dr Jon Prangnell, Qld Rail exhibit and much more from Heritage groups across the Sunshine Coast and SE Qld. A variety of food will be available onsite, a guided Walk Pomona Heritage Trial will explore the Pomona township, the 5th Regiment Lighthorse Troop will remind us of a time in history, and don’t miss the damper tasting or online genealogy. The Sunshine Coast Heritage Showcase will be a fantastic way to promote your group...or come along and just enjoy the day and learn about how things use to be. Sunday, May 20, 9.00am - 3.30pm, Noosa Museum and Cooroora Creek Park, Pomona. For more information contact Mia Hacker 0437 721 966 or

Labour weekend art show in Montville The popular Blackall Range Visual Artists group, now in its 10th year, presents a special exhibition showcasing the paintings of six local artists, Toni Black, Philippa Hume, Joyce Little, Nicole Vertuel, Kate Websdale and Barbara Willcocks. Come and enjoy the variety of subject matter and perhaps pick up a reasonably-priced work of art. St. Mary’s Hall, Village Green, Montville, May 5 - 7, 9.30am - 4.00pm daily. Free entry. All sales commissions are given to preserve this local historic hall as are any donations made over the weekend.

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Say thanks to the volunteers The annual Volunteer Race Day for 2012 will be held at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club on Sunday, May 13. Come to one of the finest racing venues in Australia and say thank you to all the volunteers who have worked so hard over the last 12 months, supporting the Sunshine Coast community. Grab some friends or colleagues and book your seats to a fabulous trackside lunch in the beautiful Champagne Garden – where you are so close to the action you can almost touch the horses. And it’s Mother’s Day - so don’t forget to invite your mum! Dress regulations apply. Collared shirt and dress shoes for men. Ladies – an opportunity to wear that special hat. Cost $80.00 per person. Book a whole table of 10 or join others and make new friends. To book your tickets go to: For enquiries phone 5443 8256 or email

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Missing hat stand

Approached at Christmas and again in the New Year 2012, re: Positioning a hat stand at the entrance to Beerwah RSL Club, the manager stated that a hat stand would soon be provided for members use. Now autumn, when aged heads chill a little, it would be appreciated if he should keep to his promise, to provide the same, or I will no longer risk my money on the pokies or TAB, which provide the dollars of the manager’s salary. Rex Robinson, Member RSL Ed’s note GCNews forwarded this letter to the RSL for their response and it looks like Mr Robinson has been heard as we received this photo in response.

Another tall but true tractor tale

Dale Sullivan of Peachester and his mates do up old tractors, machines that made life a little easier for yesterday`s man on the land. Every Easter Saturday they proudly drive the byways of the Hinterland including a good old Smoko. The Knockabout Peachester

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As a member of the LNP I was very pleased with the recent outcome; however the council Elections are even more important to our well being. It is confirmed we will have five Candidates to choose from on April 28. One candidate is very young and although keen does not have life experience. Another Candidate is getting on in years and long term reliability is a possible concern. We have three others who are in their prime to offer some experience and provide the stamina necessary for the next four years. Picking the best will be individual choice; we need to be vigilant as to the real motivation in running for this position. Does the Candidate just want a reasonably paid job, or a position that can give real support to the electorate? This is no 8.00am – 5.00pm position, it requires many after hours and weekend days on call. If you have a family situation it will place extreme pressure on the relationship. Another concern is the political affiliation of the candidates. I understand there may be preference swapping as some of the candidates are LNP members, as an LNP member I would not endorse Political affiliation within Local Government. I personally will be interested in the case each Candidate presents over the next few weeks and subject to their presentation, time permitting I will make my choice heard. Alan Mountain, Beerwah 26



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Beerwah Place+ is the council process for looking at the future direction of Beerwah. Over 50 people have been involved in the focus groups, and other members of the community can get in touch with the process at http:// cfm?code=beerwah-place . The council focus groups have completed their tasks and reported back to Council and each other last week. The Council staff will now confer with department heads and rework the suggestions made by the focus groups into a proposal to take to council. The work of the focus groups is complete, and we enter a period where we watch and wait to see how fully the suggestions made to council are implemented, and also how we can carry forward the enthusiasm for community involvement into community sponsored projects. It would be easy for the 50 or so of us that have been involved in this process to lose touch with each other, so I have created a Facebook page, Beerwah Place, to enable us, and others, to keep talking. For starters, we might like to talk about the proposal by one focus group, to give Turner Street (the road that runs past the post office and past the back of Aldi) a one-way connection to the roundabout near the railway bridge. My opinion is that this would be detrimental for all the dense housing that council has encouraged along that road, but I’m just one voice! Come and join the conversation about the future direction of our town. By the way, for those of you who don’t use Facebook because you feel your privacy will be invaded, I would recommend you just set it up carefully, maximising the privacy you require. It is even possible to have no friends and just use Facebook to access pages like Beerwah Place and Glasshouse Country News! Frances Harper Beerwah

Local Government Election

Applicants for Division 1 and Mayor were

informed of what is required in relation to the positioning of advertising boards, flutes etc used in their election campaigns. This would include no signage on any public land and a signed approval for signs placed on private property, a very easy one to follow, I would assume. Have a look around the Sunshine Coast, not many Candidates have followed these instructions, and they are carrying out illegal activities. The Sunshine Coast Council has been informed, however, need I say any more? As for duty of care or policing their own rules and instructions, once again our current council fails again. The most glaring are the three applicants running for the position of mayor - Jamieson, Bloyce and Blee. I wonder just what they would get up to if they were the successful applicant for Mayor? They cannot follow these very basic directions so who in their right mind would even consider these individuals as our next Mayor? I feel they should have their applications withdrawn. The willy nilly manner in which they have erected their signage shows nothing but contempt for council laws and that they are prepared to win at any cost. I want a mayor who knows how to do things correctly. I have considered my candidate for Division 1 very carefully, I feel we require a person who has roots in our community, knows the local area, has the requirements we need to get things done. This person also shows common sense and wisdom, which one gains as we walk through life. The person I have chosen is still young enough to take the bit between the teeth and fight for us and our community at large. I am supporting Mr Steve Attrill as my Candidate for Division 1. Brian Stallworthy Glass House Mountains

Time for choice

The day to choose your representative for the next four years in Sunshine Coast Council is only a week away. What a significant week we will have for our local government elections with ANZAC day on Wednesday, April 25 and the elections on Saturday, April 28. As I meet with the residents of Division 1, I have not encountered many people who are unhappy to be required to return to the polling booth for the second time in a month. I see this as a celebration of the freedom of this great country we have the privilege to live in and what we stand for; the gift of the freedom that was fought for by previous generations. The Sunshine Coast is a special place with a special environment which we need to protect. The southern end of the region is cradled between the northern end of Bribie Island and the magnificent Glasshouse Mountains, nature’s design to protect the waters of the Pumicestone Passage. We as a community need to think hard and long about what we allow to happen to the flood plain that protects this marine park. The communities of Glasshouse Country with the infrastructure in place needs to be permitted to grow strong and diverse, with a balance in development to continue to deliver the lifestyle we chose, to live here and enjoy. Each of the communities will only continue to grow strong and develop an identity with committed representation. Division 1 communities have a unique opportunity ahead to grow, attracting new residents to build a strong economy, creating jobs so you can live and work in your community. Please don’t forgo your right to have your say either by postal ballot, pre-poll voting before polling day or on April 28. Bob McLean Candidate for Division 1

Reduce landfill waste by composting and worm farms Sunshine Coast Council, in conjunction with EnviroCom Australia, will be presenting free composting and worm farm workshops over the next few months. The workshop at Beerwah Library will be held on Wednesday, May 9 from 2.00pm – 4.00pm. Attendees will learn how to reduce their landfill waste by up to 50 per cent. Workshops will also demonstrate how to set up a worm farm and composting system, how an organic recycling system works plus any troubleshooting tips. Library and Gallery Services Manager, Ross Duncan said with more people choosing to downsize their living accommodation, worm farms are an excellent way to recycle food and garden waste. “This is a great opportunity to share alternative methods of green composting with the community,” he said. These popular sessions are sure to book out fast, so get in quick to ensure you don’t miss out. To book into the Beerwah session please phone 5439 2500.

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Everyone knows what it means to renovate your home, but what does ‘renovate your landscape’ mean? Just like for a home, it is a way of transforming the look of your garden without starting from scratch. There are some very simple ways to make an amazing difference to the way your garden looks without going to the expense of a total makeover. Here are a few of the key areas to focus on. Paving, driveways and paths Have your pavers started to kick up, move or generally look shabby? What about all that mould from 3 months of rain? Lift, re-lay, clean and seal to give your paving a new lease of life. By using the right sealing product, you will eliminate maintenance on concrete for up to 15 years. Timberwork Faded timber structures or mouldy paint really ages your garden features. We recently replaced rotting, painted timber railings on a gazebo with stainless wire topped with polished hardwood to give the space a slick, updated look. Clever use of paint colour on timber also achieves a great finish. Plants Nothing looks worse than unhealthy, struggling plants. They become prone to disease and insect attack. While a prune can make a superficial difference, you’ll be amazed at the magic achieved by getting the soil in good condition and the application of a suitable fertiliser. Watch your plants flourish with a bit of TLC. Older gardens also suffer from plants that are past their prime. Replacing that ancient mondo grass with a fresh border plant works wonders. Other areas that make a huge difference when renovated are weedy lawns, algae-filled water features and collapsing retaining walls. To find out more about how Amber Leaf Landscaping can help make your garden look like new again, call Tohm on 5445 9801.

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That’s the catch cry from Sunshine Coast Council after the recent severe wet weather that’s created ideal mosquito breeding conditions. Manager Community Response, Sheryl Krome said numerous breeding sites have been detected in and around residential areas throughout the region over the previous fortnight. “Residential properties have been shown to be significant mosquito breeding sites, particularly during summer,” Ms Krome said. “This has been even more prominent this past summer given the extended wet and the severe rain periods the Sunshine Coast region has experienced. “We want to get a message out to all residents about the need to be vigilant about mossie breeding in and around their homes following the recent rain events. “I checked my property on the weekend and eliminated some breeding sites within a few minutes. “Householders should introduce an easy-to-follow mini-mossie breeding survey to their weekly house/yard maintenance routine. “Given mosquitoes are capable of transmitting debilitating diseases like Ross River virus and Barmah Forest virus, regular simple household actions to reduce or eliminate their breeding should be taken seriously.” Here are some simple tips to reduce mosquito breeding around your home:

• Check places out of sight where they may be breeding e.g. roof guttering • Repair roof guttering and remove leaves and debris regularly • Remove overhanging vegetation • Empty pot plant dishes, car tyres and other containers at least once a week • Place sand around pot plant bases or store the bases for the season • Cap cavity brick walls to prevent water pooling Drill holes in tyres used for swings and garden surrounds to allow water to drain • Ensure rainwater tanks are well maintained and that intake and outlet points are screened with mesh of 1 mm or less • Fit screens to windows and doors. These actions will not fix the problem overnight but will have an impact over a week or more. Personal protection Protect yourself, your family and guests by using these precautions: • When mosquitoes are present, spray dark areas before dusk and after securing screens • Wear protective clothing outdoors (long pants and sleeves) • Explore options such as mosquito coils and burners when outdoors • Use a recommended personal mosquito repellent. For further information and advice, contact council on 5475 7272 or visit council’s website.

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Repair washed out driveways early The recent heavy rain has been a gift for thirsty dams and water tanks on the Sunshine Coast. But unfortunately, bitumen roads and gravel driveways have not fared quite so well in the face of extreme rain and flash flooding. Washed out driveways can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your vehicle, and can also potentially lead to accidents and serious injuries. With weak La Niña conditions confirmed in the Pacific, above average rain is expected in SE Queensland in 2012. “Above average rain through northern and eastern Australia is likely to prompt broad-scale flooding,” says Dick Whitaker, Chief Meteorologist at The Weather Channel. Mark Cuthel of Moroney’s Landscape Supplies stresses the importance of acting early to repair washed out driveways before the next downpour.

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HOME LOAN REVIEW CAN AVOID MORTGAGE FATIGUE Your home loan might be the right one for you at the time you take it out, but it is important to conduct regular reviews to avoid mortgage fatigue. Mortgage fatigue – the feeling that after several years of dutifully making fortnightly or monthly mortgage repayments, you’re no closer to actually owning your home – is common among many homeowners.

Once the loan is in place, they really don’t think too much more about their home loan other than making the regular repayments or when changes in interest rates are announced.

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The fact is, while your home loan might be the right one for you at the time you take it out, you should review the loan regularly, as there might be a more suitable option as your circumstances change, or as new Many people do a lot of Alternatively, it may be that a products are launched. homework when initially working change in your own personal out what is the best home loan for Contrary to the popular view circumstances prompts the them, but then tend to very much that home loans are pretty review. But the real X factor ‘set and forget’. boring, the home loan market is in this current environment is

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Five more ways to sell your home for the best price Continued from April 6 edition. 6. Targeting your marketing Real estate agents often encourage you to spend thousands of dollars on advertising and marketing that may not even be appropriate for your property. You can reach local buyers by dropping brochures into letterboxes and by placing advertisements in the local newspaper. If your property is likely to appeal to buyers from other areas, advertise in publications with a metro-wide circulation. Use photographs and descriptive text to highlight your property’s best points, particularly those not obvious from the street. 7. Pricing your home properly List your home at a price that is likely to target the right buyers. Too high and you’re narrowing your potential buyer pool, too low and you’re only going to get the opportunistic bargain hunters. Don’t rely on real estate agents to give you a realistic price expectation, get an independent property valuer to give you a valuation based on knowledge of the local property market and their appraisal of your individual property. 8. Dressing to impress on inspection days On inspection day, make sure your home is fresh and welcoming, sweep the front step, polish the door knocker, fill the entrance with light and put fresh flowers in strategic spots around the property. Clear the house of kids and pets, play soft tasteful music and put fresh towels in the bathrooms. 9. Being prepared to negotiate When you get an offer from a buyer that may be much lower than you would like, reply courteously, letting the buyer know you’ve done your homework and that you’re expecting a price a little closer to your listing price. Be prepared to drop around five per cent from your hoped-for price – but take guidance from your real estate agent about the demand from buyers thus far. 10. Ensuring a smooth transaction from contract to settlement A contract isn’t binding until each of you has a copy signed by both of you. If you’re selling via private treaty sale make sure your agent can contact you immediately when he or she receives a good offer and have your solicitor on call to be able to get moving quickly on the conveyancing. For settlement day, make sure you vacate the property, leave it in the same condition it was in when your buyer signed the contract, organise the disconnection of all utilities and hand over the keys to the new owners.

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total microsystems

Lic No 67745


Phone (07) 5494 0522

Unit 1 & 2, 5 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah BSA Lic. No.: 11081523

SALES / REPAIRS / SUPPORT For Home & Business Fully equipped workshop Acer Authorised Service Provider Home & Business Callouts Available

NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291

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

30 years experience ABN 83 401 533 473 Gold Lic No. 514088 34 |

F 5496 3217 M 0408 154 386

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Home & Business Sales & Service Website & Hosting

PH: GUS GILLESPIE 0405 125 663

ELECTRICIAN Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Owner Builder - Rural - Sheds

Lic # 5582

Custom made Kitchens, Vanities, Furniture & more P 5496 1807 Alf Kwarcianyi

ABN 89 058 455 025

Ph 5492 9502 Mob: 0409 549 295

Phone 5494 0398

Est 1982

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


Shop 2, 5 Peachester Road, Beerwah


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

* Installation * Air Conditioning * Split Systems



Kitchen & Bathroom Appliances Flat Pack Kitchens

(AH) 5494 6302

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


New Homes Extensions Renovations

0412 234 240



Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals



Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience

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Concreting T0022

of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations

Phone 1300 721 117

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




Hale Carpet Cleaning

PC Solutions & Tuition will fix it! At your door, no callout fees, all areas. Local Technician. Competitve rates.

Lic. No. 70875

Builders / Carpenters

Argh! Stupid Computer!

Carpet Cleaning


A to Z of Trades and Services

No Job too small ~ No Job too big No Obligation FREE Quotes

Ph Greg on 0418 741 145 or 5412 1425

Est. since 1983

G&D Cooke Electrical

Phone 5438 7445 to advertise your business

A to Z of Trades and Services

Mays Mowing Service

Electricians cont.



0409 590 802

Weed Problems? Lic.4551 and Insured

Prompt, friendly service Peachester, Qld 4519 ABN 94 093 314 882 Lic no 69975

•Acreage/General Mowing •Edges and Hedges counts • Rubbish Removal Pensioner Dis ts Spraying •Rubbish Removal • rAcreage/Yard Weed un o c is D Big ione b Too PeJons • Handyman Service No •Acreage/Yard Weed Spraying Or Too Small!!! g Bi o •Handyman Service To b Jo No0430 517 211 or 07 54390131 Ph: !! •Pruning/Lopping Or Too Small! Acreage/General S Mowing QU TE EEE FR EOTQESU•O • Edges and Hedges FR

Ph: 0430 517 211 or 07 54390131



• Lawn mowing • Gardening & maintenance • Ride on mowing • Pressure cleaning Craig - Ph: 0416 204 301

For all your on-site fabrication & welding needs.

Workshop facilities: 19 Tallawong Close, Beerwah


ABN: 87689905895

Fully insured

5494 0884 Mobile: 0409 342 877 Phone David


Phone 5494 8900

• Same Day Response • Gold Medal Service • Fully insured

Call Gary: 0414 713 491




0418 935 164


Your local Jim services all areas call 131546

Free quotes: Call for the Best Price • Windows • Doors • Maintenance • Shower Screens • Security & Insect Screens MONTY’S GLASS & SECURITY 5493 0374 0439 875 031



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

Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126

Home Maintenance

5496 9270



0418 935 162


Large or small. Experienced Local Operator

Phone Michael 0447 341 241 GROWING ARS STRONG & STILL

25 YE

• Tiling • Painting • No Job too small

Phone George 0487 424 223

email: QBSA LIC1139536

* Mowing * Rubbish removals * Pruning * Garden cleanups * Ride on work * Gutters cleaned


• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days •

• Carpentry & Joinery • Minor Cabinet Making • Plastering

House Yards Small Acreage Horticulture Advice

Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured


SECURITY ►SECURITY & INSECT SCREENS ►GLASS ►BLINDS ►AWNINGS SHOWROOM AND FACTORY 4 Railway Street, Landsborough ph 07 5494 8748 fax 07 5494 8858

Maintenance Tradesman 40 Years Experience

5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns

Garden Maintenance


Handyman Services

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

Glass & Security

BSA Lic: L 1117342

For all your mowing/ride on & garden needs



Quality & Promptness Assured Ride on Mowing ~ Lawn Mowing Pruning ~ Garden Maintenance


20 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough

Fully insured



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

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


Ph (07) 5497 2615

Maintenance Maintenance

Engineering & Welding

Ph/Fax: 5494 1606 Mob: 0409 491 938

FREE Roof Insulation With Every Shed Or Garage Purchased while stocks last, conditions apply


Call Greg Small ph 5494 9199 mob 0404 903 801



Ceiling Fans Power points Renovations Switchboards Commercial fitouts Sheds

0407 575 667

Lawn andand Property Lawn Property

Give us a go! No Job is Too Small Lighting New Homes Pumps

2 William St Kilcoy




For all your electrical needs

BSA Licence no 60108

Call for a Free quote

41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra

5413 2500

Garages / Sheds

Garden Clean Ups & Maintenance

Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners Electrical

5493 0493

0438 308 513 - 5494 9183

Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer


LP Gas Suppliers

Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282




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

Lic 69821

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

Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed


Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural


Garden Clean ups Gutter Cleaning Whipper Snipping Pruning







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

Ph: 0418 204 159 a/h: 5494 0830

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Phone John Baker on 0409 20 64 64

Professional Painting

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Local Tradesman with 20 years Experience All Aspects of Painting Sunshine Coast including all Hinterland areas

Marine Services TO508


ANDREW 0423 107 716



5494 1861 • 0418 883 436

Ph.: 0438 940 634


Shane Schultz

For reliable service call Vern ........

0404 479 187 or 5494 9336



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




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POSI-TRACK SLASHING & EARTHWORKS *4 in 1 Bucket & Level Bar *6ft Double Head Slasher *50hp *10m3 Tipper


*Driveways *Site clean-ups *Landscaping

0419 704 408

New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning

0407 946 061

QBSA 1091741


Works where others can’t and loves Lantana! D & M Britton - Old Gympie Rd, Landsborough

B&A Earthmovers bobcat, excavator & tipper hire

Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665 Fax: 5497 4840


Supporting Environmentally Friendly Paint 36 |

(07) 5493 0012

5494 8913



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



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

ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS Small Honest Family Business Free Quotes - No Call-out Fee Phone W & LA King Plumbing

0419 659 709 or 5492 9229

Lic’d Plumber & Drainer QBSA 77755

•Track Machine

Cameron Lister Ph: 0419 665 002

All Areas 0420 53 8890 5494 0393


Plumbing Supplies



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

Licensed Operator

Cam’s Truck & Bobcat Hire

BSA NO. 1011255

07 5493 0440


• Tilt Bucket • 3 ton Excavator • Laser Levelling • Trencher • Post Hole Borer • Pallet Forks • Auger 250 • 350 • 450 • 600mm Plant Auger Lindeman Road • Rotary Flail/Grass Mulcher/Cutter • 8 ton Tipper Truck BEERWAH AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK Ph: 5494 0056 • Mobile: 0408 192 814



John Annakin

Mobile: 0407 727 645

PO Box 316 Glasshouse Mtns 4518


BSA: 106 8977 LIC: PMT-0-11572

Local Knowledge 21 Years Experience

Lic. No. 13217

Plumber, Drainer and Gas Fitter

Plant & Machinery

Fully Licensed and Insured


Ph: (07) 5493 0625

Reliable * Professional * Affordable Free Quotes * BSA 1155906

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


Q.B.S.A. No. 76388


Cost Effective Local Business Est. Since 1996


Allan Koschel Plumbing Service

Call Rudi

Pest Control

0427 088 699


BSA 49885

New Work & Repaints • Airless Spraying

Lic No. PMT-0-11432


ABN 79 347 449 750

We give you a warranty on our work.

Positrack, Excavator and Bobcat Hire - 8 tonne tipper - trencher - augers - 4 in 1 bucket - levelling bar - laser levelling - forks - 3 tonne excavator

• Decks • House & Roof Washing PAINTING Do It Right Davie McIntyre Choose Brush Rite Painting 0420 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains



Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425



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


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


Quality Workmanship

• New Work • House Repaints • Roof Repaints






Landscaping cont.

QBSA 1192667

A to Z of Trades and Services

26 Tytherleigh Avenue Landsborough

5439 9368



Specialising in all types of domestic and small acreage water pump repairs, new installations & sales

Call 0408 347 054 or 5448 5404

CUSTOM BUILT TOOLBOXES • General fabrication • Stainless Steel Benches

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

1/15 Free Street, Beerwah Ph 5439 0816 or 0413 050 578

Roofing & Guttering


David Lowden Tree Services

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





Reduces Heat and Noise

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47 Wises Rd, Maroochydore 5443 2022


Restore & Paint Rather Than Replace  Tin, Tiled, Asbestos Specialists  Heat Reflective Paint - 10 Yr Warranty  Repairs, High Pressure Clean  Fully Licenced & Insured 0411 034 444 or 5494 1223

Security Screens

LL E CAAV 0095 T D

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




Tarzan the Tree Specialist

For a quote call Len 0419 732 364 or 5494 0484

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

Phone Brendan 0447 310 331

0419 704 408

5494 8913

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


AUSTRALIAN CONTAINER UNITS SALES - HIRE - ONSITE STORAGE Australia Wide * Containers New & Used - All Sizes and Types * Container Offices & Living Units * Container Delivery & Relocations YARD LOCATION 827 Beerburrum Road Caboolture Shire


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

* Blocks * Acreage * Firebreaks * Weed Spraying


• • • • • •



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

ABN 23 084 520 507

Phone: 5493 7954 Mobile: 0414 819 111

Ph: 07 5432 8374 or Mob: 0433 189 561

$20 Million Insurance Free Quotes

Tiling •Privacy Screens •Custom-made Steel Bars & Security Doors •Pet Doors

•Window Locks •Deadlocks/bolts •Patio Enclosures • Blinds & Awnings

Glasshouse Tiling


BSA: 1052255

Mark Malone: 0477 999 191

FOR A FREE QUOTE CALL 0417 958 944

council approved

* Septic tank & Grease Trap Cleaning * Small Truck for Easy Access T0092


A “Proper Job” Guaranteed

5494 1794

0407 748 083

For all of your liquid and general waste needs

> 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

Call us now 0408 220 659

FREE Delivery to Landsborough, Beerwah, Glass House & Beerburrum

Experienced in all aspects of tiling

Free fast quote BSA Licenced: 1101772

Specialist growers of:

Brian Dudin 0438 623 523 After hours: (07) 5494 7548

A local working for locals


EPA Licensed


Peter Hughes ~ Brandon Cruise Tilers of Multi Award Winning Homes Builders References Available Member HIA BSA Lic 76808 Beerwah


Turf Supplies


Septic Services Servicing the Sunshine Coast Hinterland

P: 5492 9248 M: 0407 759 060

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


expert tree maintenance and removal


Wintergreen Couch

Tel: Dean 07 5496 9790 or 0414 648 130


Ph 5494 8883

30 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough Qualified mechanic offering log book servicing, mechanical repairs, wheel alignments and tyres

“locals helping locals”

Open Mon - Fri


• Tank Cleaning • Tank Repairs (Minimal water loss) • Tin & Concrete • All Work Guaranteed • Leaf Guard Protection


• Doors & Grilles • Fly Screens • Fire Escapes •Retractables


PHONE JAREN 5439 0764



* All major brands * Supply & Fit





Tree Services



A to Z of Trades and Services

Ian Booth 0403 187 517 or 3204 4910

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Community Notices Faced with a drinking problem?

Perhaps we can help? Alcoholics Anonymous meets at the Glasshouse Mountains Neighbourhood Centre in Reid Street, twice weekly. Meetings are confidential, free to attend, open to the public, and non obligatory. Just turn up on Sundays 6.30pm or on Thursdays 7.30pm. For further details please contact Troy 0423 959 603 or Jed 0437 475 448.

Mooloolah Community Centre Op Shop

The Mooloolah Community Centre Op Shop is now open on Saturday mornings from 9.00am 1.00pm. Come in and check out our awesome specials on good quality clothes and bric a brac. We are currently having our end of season Summer stock sell out – most items of clothing from 50 cents to $2.00. Our other great specials are ladies tops, five for $2.00, all kids clothing 10 - 20 cents each. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 9.00am - 1.00pm. We have a large selection of books, super shoes, good quality clothes, records, cd’s, household items and unusual brica-brac. Drop in for a browse and have a real op shop experience. New stock arriving weekly. 46 Bray Road, Mooloolah phone 5494 7822.

Australian Sewing Guild

We are a small group of women, belonging to the Australian Sewing Guild Inc, who enjoy sewing, sharing ideas, and friendship. We meet the second Saturday of each month at Mooloolah Hall, Bray Road, Mooloolah, from 9.00am 3.00pm. Our next meeting is May 12. If you are interested in joining us, please ring Dorothy Buder, 5492 6721 or Jenny Glover, 5494 1066.

Trigeminal Neuralgia support group

The Trigeminal Neuralgia support group meets at Kawana Library, Nanyina Street, Buddina.

This group is for chronic facial pain sufferers and their families. Keep up to date with medical information. For more information contact Jean 5491 1978.

Mooloolah Valley Slimmers Club Inc

The Mooloolah Valley Slimmers meet at 9.00am every Thursday morning at the Mooloolah Public Hall, Bray Road, Mooloolah. We encourage members to attain their goal weight by providing incentives as well as running various competitions to add variety to the meetings and encourage member participation. Each meeting we discuss a range of ideas from healthy eating to incorporating more exercise in our daily routine as well as new items on the market that may help (or hinder) weight control. The first meeting of the month we give our awards and host a morning tea provided by members. Other weeks of the month we have a variety of other activities such as guest speakers, product information sessions and much more. For more information contact Bev on 5494 7793.

Grand cent auction

A grand cent auction will be held on Saturday, May 5 at Alcooringa Youth and Community Centre 176 Ballinger Road, Buderim. Doors open 6.00pm for 7.00pm start. Entry $3.00 includes free sheet of tickets and lucky door prize. Tickets $1.00 per sheet. Great prizes to be won including a holiday. All proceeds aid ‘Fusion’ which focuses on community building and finding a sense of purpose for youth. Enquiries phone Liz 5478 3174.

Raffle Results

Glass House Country RSL Winning ticket for the Cadence Foundation 'Quest to be Brave' Easter raffle, drawn April 3: Mark N74, pink ticket. Glass House Country RSL Meat tray – 22F blue dots Kelvin, fruit/veggie tray – 23F blue dots Kelvin, fruit/veggie tray - 01F blue dots Jeff, and

GCNews welcomes contributions from not-for-profit community groups and other local organisations. Please note the editorial deadline is 12.00noon each Friday. If you have missed the deadline your contribution will not be considered for the next edition. For contributions 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

lucky door - 46A green spade. Winners were drawn Friday, March 30.

GHM Community Hall Raffle

Raffle drawn April. First prize Ann White 69F black, second prize M. Howden 80C green – winners of Easter egg baskets.

Mooloolah Valley Craft and Quilters Group A great time was had by all at our recent annual bus trip to Brisbane. It was shop till you drop; a day of much laughter and many bargains. Then this week we had the enjoyment of seeing Margaret’s trunk show – a collection of exquisite embroidery and handcrafts. Mooloolah Valley Craft and Quilters Group is a fun and friendly self help group that meets each Wednesday at the Mooloolah Hall from 9.30 am until 2.30 pm. New members and visitors are most welcome. For further information phone Margaret Johnson on 5494 8453.

BUDDIES Refugee Support Group

The BUDDIES Refugee Support Group meets at 24 King Street in Buderim on the fourth Sunday of the month. Our next meeting is on Sunday, April 22 at 11.00am. All welcome. For further information contact 5438 2789 or 5445 3727.

Friends of Eden Inc Easter Raffle draw

First prize Yvonne Horton, second prize Di Hobson, third prize Ray Tolcher, fourth prize Heidi, fifth prize Norma Malcolm. All prize winners have been contacted. We would like to thank everyone for their ongoing support.

Beerwah/ Peachester RSL Sub Branch Monthly Meeting

The next monthly meeting of the Beerwah/ Peachester RSL Sub Branch will be held on Sunday, April 22 at 9.00am for 9.30am at the Beerwah RSL Club. All Members are welcome.

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 Rod Jobe Church on the Rise The difference between Happiness and Joy You often hear people say ‘all I want is to be happy’. Happiness depends mostly on external circumstances. If everything that we want comes to us then we are happy. It is having health, financial security, a good job, a house, material things, friendships and family etc. We today would consider being happy, being lucky. It is what happens to us due to chance. We say to others ‘good luck’ and hope that by chance they will achieve what they are setting out to do. The cause of happiness is outward. Joy on the other hand is very different to happiness as it comes from within. Joy reaches far beyond the momentary emotional ‘lift’ of happiness. It is something that comes from within us and is not based on external things. Thomas Jefferson wrote ‘all people have the right to the pursuit of happiness. But Christians have the right to the pursuit of joy.’ In fact he went on to say ‘it is promised’. This promise was announced by angels to the shepherds ‘I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all people.’ Luke 2:10 Because joy is something that comes from 38



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within, even when life’s not fair we can still have a smile on the inside and a confidence that our future is wonderful with God. We experience this joy by knowing God personally. I wish you happiness but most of all I pray you will experience joy! GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY

LUTHERAN CHURCH Reed Street, Glass House Mtns

Sunday Worship and Sunday School 9.00am

Contact 5439 9341 or 5496 9671


Glasshouse Country RSL Sub Branch Building - Sun 4.30pm

Kids Church during service

A Wesleyan Methodist Church

Phone: 5496 9556

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 Baptist Church 58 Roberts Rd, Beerwah

Invites you to our Sunday services at 9.00am Enquiries phone 5494 6354


Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah 5493 0967 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough 5494 8896 Sunday 5.30pm: Mooloolah Hall, Bray Rd 5494 7240

Blood, Sweat and Cheers Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country Landsborough Tennis Club Contributed by Jill Kirchheiner

Friday Night Tennis – Welcome back to the second half of the season with six more matches before the semi-finals. Hope everyone enjoyed the Easter holidays. Any wet or missed matches can be made up on a Monday afternoon or at a time and place all players agree on. The scores will be adjusted as any made-up match score sheets are received. Remember to help with the ball-boying for your match and also try to learn how to score if you don’t know already. Following are the scores up to March 30 – Div A1/A2 – Asics-139, Reebok-135, Puma-119, Nike-85, Adidas-70(30.3 to come),Converse (30.3 to come). Div C – Sharapovas-142, Stosurs-113, Clijsters-105, Williams-81. Peewee 1 – Smarties-96, Minties-89, Jaffas-80, Fantales-59 Peewee 2 – Hi 5-93, Teletubbies-91, Wiggles-78, Sesame St-75. Peewee 3 – Amy-62, Jac-47, Charlee-38, Declan-27. Continuous – Crunchie-201, Picnic-170, Flake-154, Snickers-153 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 players are welcome for either of the above, 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 you 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.

Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club Contributed by Judy Walker

On Thursday, April 5 winners of 3 bowl pairs were Nev and Gloria Shaw and 2nd Alex Thomson and Eric Wood. Winners on Friday, April 13 were Nev and Gloria Shaw and 2nd Lloyd and Judy Walker. We are playing on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday so please turn up and support your Club. Call Judy on 5492 3932 or 0400 005 363 or Ian on 5494 7041 to put your name down.

Glasshouse Country Bowls Club Contributed by Dennis Hume

The Taylor Queensland Super Challenge Competition - This was a competition where the Ladies of Glasshouse Country Bowls Club (under the team name of Glasshouse Gliders) played against stiff opposition from much larger clubs from all over SE Queensland, and still managed to get to the Semifinals. The round robin semi-final, held at the Tweed Heads Bowls Club, took place over the weekend of March 31 and April 1. The Ladies were matched against Begara Bowls Club first up. The Fours won their match 24 to 15, but alas, the Triples team was unsuccessful, and the combined score meant that the Ladies were out of the Semi-finals. Just to reach this stage of the competition was a great achievement and put Glasshouse Country on the map. Congratulations and well done to the Glasshouse Gliders Ladies. Wednesday, April 4 - Ladies Bowls Day. Club Championship Pairs were played. Round 1 saw Chris Freshwater, Monika Duff def Liesa Craven, Di Garland 28 to 15. Ann White, Millie Freshwater def Rae Farrell, Di Hunt 34 to 12. Jenny Hobson, Kate White def Noelle Dean, Joan Wilson 22 to 17. Marleen Bertram, Jan Lawson def Di Sutherland, Margie Lehmann 26 to 13. One social game of triples was played. Dalija Wells, Graham Young, John McSwain def Ruth Ellery, Maurie Dawes, Bob

Coxon 27 to 17. Thursday, April 5 - Open Pairs games. AM winners Joan Wilson, Stewart Wilson 2 + 35. Runners up Phil Halliday, Nando from Pelican Waters BC + 14 in the second game. PM winners were Rob Scullion, Kerry Capern 2 + 27. Runners up were visitors from NZ, Shirley and Brian Ward 2 + 26. Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8 saw a Two Day Carnival with teams of fours play five games of 15 ends. The carnival was very successful with catering and bar support from Club Glass House staff. Total prize money for the weekend was $1500.00. Winners were Rob Scullion’s team. Runners up were Nev Shaw’s team. Wednesday, April 11- Ladies Jackpot Day. Winners Trevor Bertram, Jan Lawson. Runners up Jo Littler, Ron Wilson, Nev Littler. The Jackpot did not go off, so increases next month. Thursday, April 12 - Open Pairs games. AM winners Kerry Capern, Kevin Beasley 2 + 42. Runners up Lindsay Henderson, Bob Moss on count back. PM winners Mac Townson, Kerry Capern 2 + 40. Runners up Rob Scullion, Brian Fogarty 28 in the second game. Saturday, April 14 - Round 1 of the Men’s A Grade Club Championship was contested. There were 28 starters, a great contest was assured. Results are Rodney Sharpe def Jim Tatum 25 to 15. Andrew Dobbie def John Aitken 25 to 13. Brett Standring def Ken Alchin 25 to 10. Max Viterale def Mike Moore 25 to 23. Terry Little def Rob Farrell 25 to 15. Lindsay Henderson def John McSwain 25 to 14. Brian Saunders def Troy German 25 to 20. Mac Townson def John Annakin 25 to 15. Bob Moss def Clive Sinton 25 to 21. Graham Richardson def Richard White 25 to 17. Rob Scullion def Stewart Wilson 25 to 18. Brendan Freshwater def Bill tumbridge 25 to 16. Gary Lehmann def Graham turton 25 to 21. Two second round games were also played. Brett Standring def Max Viterale 25 to 7. Terry Little def Lindsay Henderson 25 to 21. Remainder of the second round games next Saturday.

Beerwah Bulldogs

Contributed by Dean Roberts

The A Grade and Under 18’s hosted the Kawana Dophins at Beerwah on Saturday and the A Grade still down on numbers found the Dolphins way too much to handle going down 86-4. Under 18’s showed that they can compete with the other teams on the coast by holding the Kawana side to 6-0 at half time and fitness was the key to the second half with the visitors running out 28-6 winners. Our women’s team was also missing a few key players to rep duties and ran into a good Browns Plains side in Brisbane going down 36-0. This Saturday A Grade and under 18’s play Bribie Island at Beerwah and the Women travel again to Brisbane to take on Aspley. Caloundra RSL A Grade Cup Kawana Dolphins – 86 – (Joshua Johnson 2, Todd Hambly 2,Sam Hambly 3, Daniel Hicks 2, Daniel Williams 1, Joshua Sondergeld 1, Jake Seaton 1, Levi Carsburg 3, Shane Aisbett 1, David Samson 1, Callen Atkins 2 – Tries)(Joshua Sondergeld 1, Paul Cohen 2, Callen Atkins 2 – Goals) def Beerwah Bulldogs - 4 – (Ashley Sleeman 1 – Tries) (Nil – Goals) WIN TV Under 18 Cup Kawana Dolphins 28 – (Thomas McCarthy 1, Samuel Lalor 1, Blake Ingram 1, Phillip Taylor 2 – Tries)(Phillip Taylor 4 – Goals) def Beerwah Bulldogs – 6 – (Nicholas Roberts 1 – Tries(Dylan Valentine 1 – Goals) Anyone wanting to become involved in the club either in the way of playing, volunteering or sponsorship are encouraged to contact President Dean Roberts on 0418 816 605 to discuss.

Horse Riding @ Rossi’s 5494 8515

Lessons for Beginners to Advanced

Beerwah Ladies Golf Contributed by Jenny Kelly

On Thursday April 5, 65 girls played a Stroke event for our much coveted monthly medal. This competition is sponsored every month by our Club Professional, John Mellish. We would like to thank John for his ongoing support of Ladies' competition. Along with the medal, John always has a special pamper package for the winners, so there is always keen competition to win. The best overall score of the day and the winner of C Grade was Helen Thompson with a great score of 69 Nett. Runner up was Lyn Steele with a 70 Nett. B Grade winner was Gail Gundry with a 73 Nett followed by Noelene Annakin on 74 Nett. The best A Grade Nett was Sue Williamson on 74, followed by Lyn Lambert with a 77 Nett. Best Gross on the day in A Grade was Sonia Kenway with a 85 off the stick , B Grade Debra Carlton with a 93 and C Grade Carol Fraser who shot 109 off the stick. NTP's were Andrea Campbell on two, Shirley Watson on five, Sue Greentree on 16 and Viki Bartel on 18. Being a monthly medal, we count our putts and Noelene Annakin really had her radar turned on, having a grand total of 24 putts. Lucky Card was won by Heather Henn. We held a Single Stableford on Thursday, April 12 with a field of 67 players. Heather Henn won Division 1 with a score of 35 points on a count back from Lesley Eggleston, also on 35 points. Brenda Briese won Division 2 with 37 points from Pam Gormley also on 37 points. Marjorie Pavitt won Division 3 with 37 points from Barb McIntosh on 34. The winners took home vouchers which were generously donated by The Garden Terrace Coffee Lounge, and a lovely orchid donated by Sharon Phillips. NTP's were Lesley on two, Meg Ferran on five, Sharon on 16 and Sonia Kenway on the 18th. The random birdie hole was number five so Meg took home the extra ball. The ball rundown went to 32. The Saturday girls played a Single Stroke on April 7 for the weekend monthly medal. This event is sponsored by Beerwah Newsagency who has generously sponsored the weekend medal event for this year. Marjorie Pavitt had a good win with a Nett 71; runner up was Noelene Annakin with 76. Gross winner on the day was Sonia Kenway with 89 off the stick. NTP's were Gwen Nancarrow on two, Noelene on five, Andrea Campbell on both 16 and 18. The Ball Rundown went to 78.

Captain Lea with Heather Henn

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Easy Find Classifieds

Email: Phone: 5438 7445

$14.00 for 10 words then 50c per word thereafter. Ring through your classifed and pay over the phone with your credit card. Deadline 12noon Mondays.

Courses & Tuition contin.

Professional Services Shop 2, 1 Connection Rd,


Vote 1 Bob McLean You can Pre-poll Beerwah or Caloundra from 16th April

To respect your time and your privacy, I will not be knocking on your door uninvited Join me for a Meet & Greet chat at: Glenview/Palmview Ettamogah Pub Friday 20th 5.30 to 7.00 pm Glass House Mountains RSL Tuesday 24th 9.30 to 11.30 am.

Bob McLean Candidate for Div 1, Sunshine Coast Council

for News - Views - Diary to Contact Bob

Ph: 0427 606 240 Authorised R.J. McLean, 53 Bowen Rd. Glass House Mountains for Bob McLean (candidate)

Anniversary Notice

Happy 25th Wedding Anniversary Jo! I love you just as much as I did back then, Looking forward to the next 25 years

Ph: 5494 7992

ACCOUNTING FOR YOU Debbie Gillingham - 0438 947 992

ABN: 96171617979

Public Notices

Wedding Services bridal bouquets & table arrangements for functions. Phone Rhonda 5494 6911 or 0439 668 991

Clairvoyant clairvoyant readings tea leaf readings and energy healing. Sunday 22nd at Hinterland Beauty & Health Centre. Phone 5439 9945 for a booking.

Health, Beauty & Fitness MAT PILATES, PUMP AND CROSS TRAINING Landsborough Hall. Qualified, experienced Instructor. Ph 0409549477. Beginners to advanced.

Hire Tennis Courts for hire Day/ Night contact Glasshouse Mtns Sports Club 5493 0055 for bookings

Courses & Tuition


1300 739 133 0438 358 995 guitar, flute, piano accordion & Music theory lessons. Professional caring teachers. Ph: 5494 7568 or 0411 959 157

Love Michael xx

Art Classes - All Mediums & Styles 3hrs for $20. Karen 5494 8354

Death Notice Venturiello – Giuseppa “Josie” “Pina”

Of Glasshouse Mountains. Passed Away at home surrounded by family 11th April 2012, Aged 77 years Wife of Luigi, Loved Mother of Rocco, Adriana, Anna, Rosella and Grandmother and Great Grandmother to their families. Her funeral service was held in the Gregson & Weight Chapel, Caloundra on Monday 16th April 2012. Followed by interment at Mooloolah Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to QLD Cancer Council. Gregson & Weight, Caloundra 5491 1559


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Children struggling with homework? Tutor Available. Buy 10 sessions get 1 free. Ph: 0423 642 044 Stress Less and Relax Use meditation, movement and creative expression to reduce stress and learn to relax at will. Wed. 10am 25th April - 30th May, Beerwah CWA, $15/$10. Phone Ruth Donnelly, 0409 564 276 or Money & Consciousness workshop Learn how to use the power of your subconscious mind to master the enery of money 28th April 9am-12noon, Glasshouse Mountains Phone Angel to book 0431 673 161 Meditation classes Tues evenings 6.30pm -7.30pm Glasshouse Mountains. Gold Coin donation Phone Angel to book 0431 673 161 ART CLASSES Glasshouse area. Beginners to advanced. All mediums. 2 tutors with 40 yrs experience between them. Phone Lyn 5494 0805 Sewing classes on Sundays at Landsborough. Pattern making & curtains call Sue on 0411 631 191 Life Purpose readings discover what it is that you are meant to be doing, that Will bring yourself and others greater joy and happiness. Uncover your Karmic Lessons, to enable you to live the life you are meant to live. 90 minute session $99. Contact Jule on 0425 242 698.

Work Wanted COMPREHENSIVE CLEANING domestic and commercial. Reliable & experienced. Ph Lauren 0403 044 887 looking for all gardening jobs. Grass, mulch, weeding, clean-ups, rubbish to tip etc. Contact Gnome Gardening 5439 9954 Home & Yard Maintenance Gardening, minor painting, mowing etc. Insured. Pensioner discount, no job too small. Phone Craig 5494 0858 debbie does domestic duties specialising in all home and commercial cleaning. Call Debbie 5438 7609 or 0477 074 204 starfish cleaning Weekly - Fortnightly - Monthly cleans. Competitive rates. References available. All areas. Friendly reliable service. Belinda 0401 726 398 TREE & STUMP REMOVAL Palms cleaned, rubbish removed, Bobcat available, Mulch for sale $11/mtr. 10% off services. Phone John 0412 690 323

Lost & Found yoga Wed 6.30pm -8.00pm Peachester Hall Phone: 0437 914 029 Ukulele, bass, guitar, piano, song writing, Music Technology Lessons. Professional Composer & Teacher Dr Michael Whiticker 54930046 Tutoring/ remedial reading - all ages, all subjects. Professional individual programs. Helen 5494 7496

Accounting Services

Dance club Performance Team Auditions. Tuesday 24th April 4-5:30pm @ Peachester Hall. Auditions are free. Open to all 9yrs+ Term 2 Classes start Thusday 19th April. Limited class sizes classes almost full. Boookings Essential Ph: 5494 9192.

gentle yoga 9.30am Friday. Glass House Mountains Community Hall - Coonowrin Road. Enquiries call Kristy 0402 882 725 or 5438 7533 drum teacher lessons by experienced teacher & performer in Glass House Mountains contact Tristan Agostino Ph: 0414 565 645 registered teacher offering tutoring for distance and home school students. Some after school hours avail. Prep to Year 10. Call Tascia 0428 920 256

lost white siamese seal point male cat missing 24th March Murphy's Road, Glasshouse area. Please phone: 0418 737 742 Lost female toy poodle x chihuahua with bad overbite. Mostly black with white chest. Missing from Burgess Street, Glasshouse 14th April Please phone: 0457 044 860 Found Woolies docket Monday 2nd with 20c fuel discount Phone Greg 5494 9071 FOUND on the corner of Simpson Street and Pine Camp road. A silver ladies ring with a centre green stone with 3 smaller stones on either side. Please contact local business on 5494 0546.

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Positions Vacant CLERICAL ASSISTANT to be attached to our maintenance department. This is a full time position 38 hours per week. Responsible for assisting our workshop personnel and liaising with elderly/disabled clients in scheduling of job orders and ordering of materials. A building/maintenance background would be an advantage. Must have excellent communication and computer skills. This position will include the maintenance, and distribution of hire equipment and organizing the maintenance of our vehicles. Please apply in writing to: The Manager, P O Box 279, Beerwah Q 4519. Applications close 27/4/2012

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Cleaner required for approx 2 hours per week for Business premises in Landsborough. Must have ABN. Phone 0411 416 310 Bobcat operator Casual position, minimum 2 years experience. Experience with Bobcat SJC an advantage. Phone after 5pm 0409 206 464 Casual pickers wanted. Minimum 3hrs per afternoon. Weekend work available. Hard workers only need apply Phone: 5496 0088



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price of surf shops. Cnr Turner Street & Peachester Ph Sue 0423 206 463 We are looking for an experienced sales person Road, Beerwah. 0410074354 to join our dynamic sales teams at Beerwah and “Your pets in the Best of Care while we trim their hair” Empty Beer Bottles approx 300 $120 ono Ph: Landsborough. 5496 0481 • 6 yrs experience • Style clips • No cages Have you checked your: We offer excellent support with the latest I am happy with the advert to be• Warm printed as is • No sedation fresh water Honda Lawn Mower Self propelled VGC $600 ono technology. Offices located in prime positions. • Owners welcome to stay Phone Ph: numbers 0409 478 690 Please call Laurie Evans for confidential 0409 609 938 or 5493 I require changes to be Shelly: made then fax or 0368 email back for final sign-off Glass House Mountains turf sale Direct from grower. Couch from $2.20m2. interview 0419 658 087. Address/Email Shade tolerant carpet grass A grade $3.95m2. me on then I require changes to beFind made publish Free delivery Glenview & Mooloolah. Advertised prices Phone Suncoast Turf 0414 812 559

We require a response by 9am Monday, Ph 5494 6066 Fax: 5494 6399 Mulch $4, Weaner - $5.50. Drainage & Erosion bales. Phone: 0427 915that 780it is all ok and will go to print receive your proof via return email or fax by 9am Monday then we assume Ph: 5494 6133

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Woodlands are currently looking for staff in the following fields:Fitter & Turner / Welder / Sheet Metal Worker Delivery Driver – HR licence required If you are interested in these positions, please apply either in person to Woodlands office at 2814 Old Gympie Road, Beerwah, or send in your resume to the address above. Conditions do apply to these positions. If you have any avian species at home (ie chickens, ducks, budgies etc) you are not eligible for biosecurity reasons. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Lathe geared head, hardened bed, 360mm swing, metric & imperial threads, 18 inch shaper. Good condition Phone: 0434 107 082 or email: STEEL - RHS, Flat bar, Angle, Reo & Mesh. Cut to size. Competitive prices. Phone 5494 1031 / 0427 400 130 or visit 168 Whites Road, Landsborough

Cars, Bikes, Caravans & Boats

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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To Rent/Lease/Let Shop for lease Beerwah 52m2 $220 / wk + GST + outgoings. Available mid-April. Turner Park Shopping Village. Phone: 5494 9571 Glasshouse 3bed qlder upstairs. Close to station, carport, car shed, pets $295 p/w Ph: 0419 026 895 Glass House Mts - $330 p wk, 3 Brm, 1 Bath, 2 Lockup Car, 1 Acre, Tenant to maintain house yard only, No Pets. Monarch Realty 0459 207 961. BEERWAH 3bdm + ensuite, single garage + shed, outdoor living, close to school + Shops. Pets ok. Avail NOW Ph: 0420 442 706 Beerwah 1 bdrm granny flat, walking distance to shop $200/w incl. elec. Phone Neil/ Jeany 0434 573 505 Approx. 40 acres of slightly undulating alluvial, cleared Mooloolah Valley farm land in Glenview suitable for crops, pasture, turf etc. Lease negotiable (monthly, commission, percentage etc. or long lease if required) Shed and water available. Phone owner 0409 552 822.

Subaru brumby VGC $6,000 Phone: 0409 478 690 2009 CRF 150 RB $4,000 ono. 2008 KLX 140 $3,200 ono. Both in Excellent Condition. Ph: 5493 0504 Have you checked your: I am happy with 95 thePajero advert7seater to be 4x4, printed as is $2,000 as good condition. is. 3L V6 has done 320,000km, near new suspension, Phone numbers starter motor. belt andfinal I require changesheads to be& made then New fax alternator, or emailtiming back for LANDSBOROUGH MARKETS EVERY SATURDAY water pump. Just needs new clutch kit & tyres. Call Address/Email 8am to 1pm Landsborough School of Arts Hall Old Mike on 0447692734. I require changes to be made then publish Landsborough Road, Landsborough. Great variety. Advertised prices Fruit & Veggies, Plants, Handmade Jewellery, Creative Cards On Line cards, Clothing, Bric a Brac, 494 6066 Fax: 5494 6399handmade Computer tech. fortnightly, Dog treats, Embroidered motorcycles wanted - Going or not. 9am Monday then Morning we assume that it is all Incense ok and and will Oils. go to print Towels, Teas, Massage, Complete or not. Cash paid. Ph: 0421 375 176. New stall holders welcome. FIND OUT MORE Check Facebook or phone 54946315 bh Beerwah book & bits Tarot Card Reading by Yvonne. Every Wednesday 1-3pm 5494 6315. Private sessions 5494 0007



Motorcycles Wanted

59m2 office located in the busy Signature..............................

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ironbark firewood Dry split ready to go. $150 load pick up or delivery available. Get in now before the winter rush! Ph 5497 4008 or 0407 648 476

black & tan german shepard x doberman puppies. V/checked, vacc, wormed, ready to go $350 each Ph: 0413 328 729 Staffy pups 14 wks black male, brown female $200 each Ph: 5494 9837

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

town of Beerwah $880p/m plus outgoings & GST SHOP FOR LEASE BEERWAH

52m2 $220/wk + GST + Outgoings Turner Park Shopping Village

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Garage Sales 5th May, Autumn Garage Sale Glasshouse Lutheran Church, 3 Reed St (next to RSL). From 8.00 am. Lots of goodies; plants, knick knacks, sausage sizzle, car wash. Stall holders welcome. To book site phone 5494 7800 or 5494 9191. Glasshouse 27 Rivers Road Sat & Sun 7am. Furniture, household goods, clothes, toys, plants, bric-a-brac GLASSHOUSE 27 Panorama Crt, Sat 7am. Downsizing, furniture, white goods, kids clothing, household items. Beerwah 37 Lapwing Circuit Sat & Sun 7am-12noon. Furniture, electrical, clothes, kids toys, Dora items & more Beerwah 6 Diamontina Cres. Sat 7am-1pm. Lounges, fridges, dining table & chairs, outdoor settings, camper trailer, electrical, clothes, kids toys, tools, homewares & more Beerwah 2728 Old Gympie Road, Saturday. Household goods, furniture, automotive tools, harley parts, gym, Piano & lots more Beerwah 10 Heights Road Sat & Sun 8am-2pm DVD's, stamps, porcelain dolls, wall air con, kids toys & more. Beerwah 9 Katherine Street. Sat only from 7am. Household items, furniture, exercise equipment, caravan, too much to mention Beerwah 272 Peachester Road PLANT SALE Sat 7am. All plants greatly reduced. Study desk $20, steel shelving $80 Beerwah 6 Tudor Court. Sat from 7am-4pm. Silky Oak cabinet, desk, new timber bar stools, BSH Uniforms, lounge suite, TV's & stands, tall boy, pine bunk/ single beds & lots more Landsborough 13 Graham Drive Sat 6am-12noon. Furniture, toys, holden car parts, bric-a-brac all cheap to go. Phone: 5494 8023

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ARIES March 21 – April 20 Someone from the past can come back into your life. Changes around the home are likely and you will have a strong desire for selfunderstanding and improving your general well-being and health. You may start some metaphysical or spiritual course. The roadway is open before you, allow yourself to surrender and move forward. TAURUS April 21 – May 21 Much happiness and joy can be yours now. Love yourself and give yourself a special treat. A family member may have some challenges around them. Opportunities for a new lifestyle will open up for you. Clearing out the old to bring in the new will be significant. Letting go of family ties and a possible house move will give you great satisfaction. GEMINI May 22 – June 21 Habits from the past are no longer appropriate. Catching up on things that you haven’t had time to do, will give you great satisfaction. People from the past may also come into your life when you least expect it. New ideas on your career path may influence you to change careers. Overseas travel is likely. CANCER June 22 – July 22 Your ideas can be brought to fruition as long as you focus. You will need to handle problems in a calm and rational manner. New ideas and thoughts can inspire you to delve deeply into yourself and others. This can be a very favourable time for you. Many areas of your life will be changing. You will go through some deep transformational moments. Leo July 23 – August 22 You are now on your path to success, wealth and happiness. Your career, your home and relationships can be subject to change. New friends will be made as well as travel. You will learn more about yourself during this period than ever before through other people and those you work with. VIRGO August 23 – September 22 You may have a greater interest in health and exercise. A new exercise program will be excellent. Don’t let things get you down at this time. Keep focused on what you want and where you are going. You will be successful and new creativity will develop. A change in the home environment is indicated. LIBRA September 23 – October 22 You are going to be making more discoveries about yourself through the way you work and use your creative talents. You will have greater discipline than ever before. Having fun and enjoying life will be of top priority. Changes in the home can be a possibility. A new work environment can work out well. SCORPIO October 23 – November 22 There can be excellent prospects that can come from out of the blue with relationships as well as your career. Don’t expect this period to be boring. Get ready to have fun on a roller coaster. Your personality and ability to make money will astound you. New car is shown. SAGITTARIUS November 23 – December 22 Events around the home can leave you a bit stunned; this will be an opportunity to look at how you can powerfully affect others. There is an enormous powerhouse of energy deep within you that you can use positively to help others. Learn how to channel red energy to inspire others. CAPRICORN December 23 – January 19 You will have greater insights into where you are going. When asking for these things make it clear to the universe what you want. Career and finances will certainly improve. Your self-esteem will be strong and you will have many opportunities to improve your lifestyle AQUARIUS January 20 – February 19 There will be a need to look very seriously at where you are going, especially in connection with your career and relationships. Travel may be an important part of your life right now. Good news around family may incline you to move, perhaps another state or overseas. A new life style is ahead for you. PISCES February 20 – March 20 It is time for you to stand strong for what you believe in and to focus on your career and future. There will be new people come into your life which will have a lasting effect on your future. Opportunities will open up through these contacts. A proposal of marriage

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Glasshouse Country News Edition - 18 April 2012