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Hi Everyone Well this week I would like to talk about the brave move forward that GCNews has made into the world of social media. While I like to think of myself as some, hip and groovy young thing, I have to admit I feel rather self conscious using the term ‘social media’ and GCNews in the same sentence. However all this really translates into is that GCNews now has a Facebook page www.facebook. com/glasshousecountrynews so instead of having to sit down and put pen to paper to send us your well crafted letter to give us some feedback – now all you have to do is click on our facebook page and knock out a short sentence to share your comment with us and all our Facebook friends. What we are really looking forward to is being able to put up more of

the great photos that we take. Often we go to an event and take a heap of excellent photos but can’t end up fitting them in the paper. This is one way that we will be able to still share them with you all (well that is if you become a Facebook friend that is) ... all you have to do is go to our page and hit 'like'. Hope to see you all in cyberspace!

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On the Cover Terry Heilig from Beerwah and Jim Eaton from Toorbul the water boring plant built in 1953, which will be on display next Saturday at the Beerwah Charity Sports. See page 5 for story

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Mooloolah Community Centre Morning Tea Come along to share a cuppa and cakes with the volunteers at the Mooloolah Community Centre. See why people are so passionate about our community, events and programs and how you could be involved. All welcome - free event. From 10.30am – 11.30 am, 43 Bray Road, Mooloolah. No bookings required. Contact 5494 7822 or mooloolahvalley@bigpond.com

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40th Beerwah Charity Sports Day and Spring Carnival – Beerwah Sportsground. Commencing 8.30am. Something for everyone, includes photography competition, live entertainment, Super Strawberry presentation. Admission - adults $2.00, children 50 cents. All profits to Cancer Council. Enquiries to Ross Lowe 5494 6654 or Bruce Page 5494 9557.

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

1| Mooloolah River Waterwatch and Landcare Inc’s Annual General Meeting commences at 2.00pm at the Mooloolah Native Nursery, Holcim Site, Steve Irwin Way, Glenview. A General Meeting to discuss future plans and items of interest to members will follow the AGM. Enquiries: 5494 5074.

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Landsborough Community Kindergarten invites you to grab a mate and join us this for the annual ‘Graham Crane’ Memorial Golf Day. This year marks the 10 year anniversary and we look forward to a good show of support on the day. Ring now to book and we look forward to seeing you on the green. Phone Woodford Golf Club 5496 1522, cost $13.00 player (2 ball ambrose)

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A new life By Jan Gresham Terry Heilig from Beerwah and Jim Eaton from Toorbul have been involved in using, servicing and restoring old equipment and tractors most of their lives. Now well into their senior years they still get a tremendous thrill taking an old item that has seen better days and, with lots of hours of patient work, bring it back to life. This is what Terry did with the water boring plant that features on our front cover. Originally built by Queensland Pastoral Supplies in 1953 it was intended for farm use, and is capable of boring to 120 feet. Terry acquired it from Cabarlah near Toowoomba, rebuilt the frame and replaced the old, worn out power plant with a 1942 IHC engine. Both Terry and Jim have been involved for over 20 years with the Beerwah Charity Sports Carnival when a display of vintage engines and vehicles was introduced, this has now grown to become such a popular feature of the day. Jim and Terry also help to organise the ‘Tractor Trek’ where a number of vintage tractors depart from a selected spot and travel together to arrive at the Showground in time for the Grand Parade, a journey that can take four hours or more. All these and more historic cars, motorbikes, engines and tractors will come from all over the Sunshine Coast to participate in this year’s Sports Day next Saturday. It will be marvellous to see them all, knowing the amount of tender loving care given to their restoration.

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Charity Sports Day this Saturday The 40th Annual Beerwah Charity Sports and Spring Carnival will be held next Saturday, August 27, at the Beerwah Showgrounds starting at 8.30am. All proceeds of the day will go to Cancer Council Queensland.

Headlining the day will be a display of aerial trick riding from the Freestyle Motocross team who are scheduled to appear in the early afternoon. This will be the first time that Beerwah has ever seen such a display. So make sure you don’t miss it. The Ute Muster has been growing enormously over the last few years and this year the indications are that it will be bigger than ever with dozens of utes all dressed up, polished to perfection, and competing for a wide range of prizes including $1,000 towards a set of Allied Wheels or Wheel Boyz alloy wheels to be selected at Beerwah Tyre Services. A large turnout of horses is expected for all classes of horse events and the dog ute-jumping competition is on again; with novelty athletics, face painting, and a pet parade amongst the many activities for children. All the usual stalls will be there including luscious home-made cakes, jams and chutneys with fresh local produce also available, and in particular, the strawberry pavlovas are always eagerly snapped up. You won’t go hungry as there will be a barbecue lunch and dinner, sandwiches, tea and coffee, cold drinks etc. all available. Sid the Seagull will be handing out free sample bags to children and the Australia Zoo Croc Cruiser will be organising activities. So make it a day for the whole family – you’ll enjoy every moment!

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Bikers ride through local church You would think parishioners would be horrified at the thought of well over 100 bikers riding through one door and out the other of their sacred building, but not at Glasshouse Country Uniting Church at Beerwah.

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Local Glass House Mountains resident, Ethel Burgess, who has been attending the church since it opened over 10 years ago, said she’s happy for the bikers to ride through it. “I’m pleased to see them,” she said. You understand why when you discover that it’s all for a good cause. It’s that time of year again for the annual Ride for Chappy which raises much needed funds to support the Beerwah State High School Chaplaincy Fund.

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“It’s something that’s going to help support the Chaplain and at the same time it brings people into the church. Even if they’re not stopping, it familiarises them with the church,” Ethel said. This year’s Ride for Chappy is on Saturday, August 27. The starting point is Beerwah State High School at 8.00am leaving at 9.30am. Sponsor Westpac is supplying breakfast. A different route is travelled each year and this year the ride will proceed to Kenilworth before heading to the Uniting Church. Mike Turner, Beerwah High’s Chaplain said a wide range of different people and bikes take part. “Everything from dirt bikes, tourers, Harleys, and British bikes. We had a big scooter one year, and an 82 - year-old lady who rode, that was pretty cool,” he said. This year, local posties were hoping to participate but unfortunately their top speed of 60km meant they would have been a bit behind the pace. Mike said there are many great reasons people join the ride. “For the riders a big part would be riding as part of a big group, that’s always an experience. The other part is riding into the church, and just the chat around morning tea and lunch, people enjoy that,” he said. If you would like to support Beerwah State High’s Chaplain it costs just $15.00 to participate. Just turn up on the day to register. Morning tea and lunch will be available for a small cost. If you would like more information please email jlkerr2@bigpond.com If you don’t ride or have a bike, if you would like to make a donation to the Chaplaincy fund contact the school or donate on the day.

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Mooloolah families take on power saving challenge Seven-year-old Dallas Muller from Mooloolah is doing all he can to save power in his house as part of the Power Saving Challenge. Initiated by the Mooloolah Sustainable Living Group, this challenge aims to raise awareness of ways to save power and encourages families to make changes in their households to reduce their ecological footprint. Dallas likes his job of keeping the warmth in, so his family don’t have to turn on the heater and can save money on power bills. “Even little kids can do a lot to help the environment,” he said. Dallas is hoping others will also rise to the Mooloolah Power Saving Challenge and have a chance to win a power saving device and other prizes. He will be taking his family along to the Mooloolah and District Family Fun Day, held at 43 Bray Road on Sunday, October 16, to find some more tips on how to win the challenge and save power. “Actually, we’ve been trying out the huge Sustainability Outdoor Game we’ve made up and I can’t wait to play it with the kids at the Family Fun Day. It will be great fun!” Dallas said.

For a fun way to get the family into saving power and be in the running for a prize, obtain a Family Power Challenge form by emailing the Mooloolah Community Centre on mooloolahvalley@bigpond.com or phone 5494 7822. Entries close Friday, November 18.

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Sunny’s Kitchen Mooloolah Falcon’s Under 16/17’s soccer team In 2010 when the Mooloolah Falcon’s Under 16/17’s soccer team faced the prospect of a split team because of the age differences of their players, they showed true team spirit and loyalty by staying together they only way they could, by joining the Senior Men’s competition. With a few dads and a couple of other new players coming on board in 2011, the Mooloolah United team was created. The new squad of 16 includes 10 from the original Falcon’s to participate in the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association competition. Usually new teams play Division 2 but this year the boys have found themselves playing against Division 1 teams. In a remarkable performance the team has only lost two matches, has won five and drawn five. They made it into the top eight and played an elimination final last Friday. It’s possible they could even make it all the way to the Plate Final. The team’s Coach (and player) Simon Smith said, “that’s an absolutely fantastic result. For a team to come through and do that in their first year with so many junior players is quite outstanding.”

Inspiring the team to continue do well is their recent outstanding performance against the Churches Under 18 Queensland Rep team at Mooloolah on August 16. “This was a great honour for them to be asked by the Rep team to play a match against them. It highlights how well they’ve done this year,” said Simon. Mooloolah United fought hard and it was a close result with the Qld Rep team just getting over the line 1-0. “It’s a very good result. My understanding is that it is the toughest game they (Qld Rep) had, and they’ve beaten other teams they’ve played quite handsomely,” said Simon. “I thought it was just a brilliant evening. It was great for the local community to see some classy Qld soccer players play. It was a really nice evening, with a lot of supporters.” Simon said the team’s strong bond is a major reason for their success. “Definitely through their team spirit and their commitment to play together and for each other,” he said.

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Pointless damage By Lea Parkes

Last Thursday night there were a number of break-ins to businesses in Beerwah and Glass House Mountains which is both frustrating and costly for hard working local business owners. One of the thieves ended up with something they hadn’t planned on though – an injury, with a severe cut from broken glass. Manager of Total Microsystems, at Beerwah Daniel Moodie said fortunately they had security footage of the incident and they have some good images of the offenders which will hopefully assist the police in their investigation. “We will be installing bars into the shop windows to act as an additional deterrent for other potential burglars, it is sad that it has come to

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this as it is a great community and a shame that a small number of people who think this kind of behavior is reasonable,” Daniel said. Club Glass House at Glass House Mountains had their front door smashed in and had damage to a machine but the intruders did not get away with any property. Manager of Club Glass House, Sharon Bochow said, “it is really disappointing that a small community club like ours would be targeted in this way, the amount of damage and disruption that it causes is just ridiculous and unnecessary.” President of the Glass House Country Chamber of Commerce, Patty Shaw said, “we live in a strong community that not only supports its’ business community but inspires us to do better as business people.

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Australia Zoo has the most successful Tasmanian devil breeding season ever and with Spring just around the corner, they are already celebrating the arrival of five Tasmanian devil joeys. The five-month-olds, who have been named by Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin, are out of their mothers’ pouches and have joined our growing devil family. The three boys have been named Des, Troy and Brian, with the two girls named Ebony and Raine.

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“This small number of offenders can cause disruption to small business owners and I can only ask that if anyone can help the police with their enquiries that they don’t hesitate to do so,” she said. “We all need to support each other us our communities grow. We can do this by keeping up with our neighbourhood watch and just generally being aware of what is happening in our community,” said Patty.

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Australia Zoo head of native mammals Tammy Forge said it’s exciting to finally meet the youngsters, whose arrival marks the most successful Tasmanian devil breeding season ever at Australia Zoo. “As they’re marsupials, the joeys have spent the past five months in their mothers’ pouches,” Tammy said. Wild Tasmanian devils suffer from what is known as the Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD), an infectious cancer that can now be found across 70 per cent of Tasmania. This disease is killing Tasmanian devils in the wild at an alarming rate. DFTD is unique, being only one of three cancers that can spread like a contagious disease. “Every joey is hugely important to keep the Tasmanian devil insurance population on the increase, as well as to introduce new genetics into the pool.”

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From the Schools

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The Landsborough State School held a fund raiser for the school Head of Curriculum, Kristy Corbett, who is battling a rare form of cancer. Kristy has follicular non Hodgkin’s lymphoma and is raising money so she can go to the US for life saving treatment. Teachers and students who came dressed in Kristy’s favourite colours pink and purple donated a gold coin. We raised $504.00. Kristy said, “the generosity of the students we have at Landsborough are special.”

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Cupcakes or cheesecake? In this day and age, it seems teenagers are spoilt for choice. Once upon a time, as we are so often reminded by our parents, you went to school, chose a career and stuck with this chosen career path for the rest of your working days. But in today’s society, this concept is viewed as almost bizarre. Why spend forever slaving out the hours as a brickie when you could be dancing for the New York City Ballet? While the endless opportunities seem incredibly exciting when flicking through the QTAC Guide, the final decision on what to study is almost like choosing between cupcakes or cheesecake – virtually impossible. The decision is hard enough without the added pressures of your school, your parents and your friends all asking the dreading question – ‘what are your plans for next year?’ The decision making process alone makes me want to hide away with an endless tub of caramel icecream and my ‘Friends’ series box set. Though however tempting it may seem to hide, it doesn’t solve anything. Recently I have come to realise that it is 100 per cent okay to have no clue where I’ll be or what I’ll be doing in 10 years time. No one can make up my mind for me, and no one can pressure me into studying something I know I won’t enjoy – aerospace avionics anyone?

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The Club graciously donated funds to be put towards library resources for which we are greatly appreciative. While the Club shared with us a part of history, so too will Peachester School share its own history on October 15 when we hold our Centennial fete. So keep your eyes open for more exciting information as the date draws nearer.

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Yes, the students are still the same Aileen Strudwick, 91, the first convenor of the Caboolture High School’s Tuckshop visited the present Tuckshop and had a chat with the one of the current convenors, past student Lina Bishop (Barro). The tuckshop has certainly changed from when Aileen started it in 1961, on tables under A Block, but students are still students and ever eager for morning tea and lunch. News presenter and past student, Andrew Lofthouse has written in his article in the Caboolture High’s 50th anniversary book: ‘I don’t know how the tuckshop menu has changed in the last 30 years but maybe one day I can drop by again for a mince burger and a jam split under the covered way’. The mince burgers were sold at the original tuckshop with Mrs Strudwick cooking the mince at home to her secret recipe. Jam splits came from the bakery owned by the Nipperess family and butter for the sandwiches came directly from the butter factory. Lina took the opportunity of Aileen’s visit to check out the recipe for those mince burgers. Though the past students may have aged, the mince burgers will taste as they always did. Mince burgers and jam splits are not on the menu now, but on Saturday, October 29, when

Lina Bishop and Aileen Strudwick Caboolture High celebrates its 50th Anniversary with an ‘Open Day’, they will be back as a special for past students such as Andrew to sit under the covered way and enjoy. The tuckshop will have other items on their menu for present and past students. There will be a barbecue, drinks, tea and coffee and Caboolture Apex Club will provide the services of a bar. There will also be a vintage Mr Whippy van serving those well-loved ice-creams. The Open Day will be but part of the anniversary celebration. A ‘Meet and Greet’ night will be held in the Assembly Hall on Friday, October 28 and a dinner at the RSL on Saturday, October 29. Details are available on www.cabooltureshs.eq.edu.au/50th.htm or by phoning Jane or Dianna on 5498 0111. www.gcnews.com.au


Five minutes with ….. Mooloolah local Kylie Gillespie Q. Kylie can you tell us about your business – Mooloolah Computers? My husband Gus and I own and operate Mooloolah Computers as a home-based computer business, and have serviced clients in and around Mooloolah Valley since 2001. Q. What type of services do you offer? We provide both technical and creative services for home users and small business. We can sort out your computer upgrades, repairs, troubleshooting, remote assistance, software installation, internet connection, and training; and creative services include website design, publishing and hosting, manuals, resumes, forms and newsletters. Q. Your business has been around for 10 years – but what did you do before that? Gus has a background of electronics training with the Air Force as well as specialty computer qualifications. He’s notched up 25 years of computers experience - plenty of time to hone the skills and ability to diagnose and resolve problems that may be overlooked by less experienced technicians. I am a physiotherapist, with business management, educational development and design and marketing experience I have gained over the past 15 years. We complement each other and work together really well as a team in our business. Q. Does working from home work well for your business? We love balancing business and family, and a home business means we can keep expenses down and pass real savings on to our clients. Computers can be delivered to us or picked up, and in- client-home servicing

Gus and Kylie is provided if lengthy diagnostics or internet downloads aren’t needed. Q. What else would you like GCNews readers to know about the two of you? Community involvement is important us, we believe that by living and working in the same small community, we are personally invested and offer more personalised service and accountability. Gus is also known for his volunteer ‘Broadband for Seniors’ tutoring through the Mooloolah Community Centre, and I am heavily involved with our local school in the classrooms and liaising with local business sponsors. Q. What do you think that your customers most like about your business? They value that Mooloolah Computers is a true local small business, where service and value is guaranteed. To find out if Mooloolah Computers can help you with your computer issues call Gus directly on 0405 125 662.

Tibrogargan Rescue Last Friday night, members of the SES and several ambulance crews attended an accident on Mount Tibrogargan. A young Brisbane couple, in their early to mid-20’s, had nearly finished their descent, when the male fell approximately 10-15 metres. This occurred at about 5.45pm. His face was injured and there was believed to be a wrist fracture. He was extremely fortunate to not receive further injuries. He was carried out by stretcher, and taken to Nambour Hospital at about 11.00pm. We thank Tim, Roger, Dave, Ashley and Louise from SES who assisted in this rescue.

Roys Road upgrade Roys Road in Beerwah will be upgraded by Sunshine Coast Council at a cost of $650,000 as part of the sealed road program. Councillor Anna Grosskreutz said the project to widen Roys Road and resolve problems entering and exiting Moroney Place, will make the intersection a much safer place. The first stage will involve widening Roys Road to the east, adjacent to Steve Irwin Way, for approximately 440 metres towards Burys Road. This stage also includes improving the levels at the intersection of Moroney Place. This will alleviate the adverse dip that exists and leads to some vehicles scraping against the road surface. The work will include widening of the pavement, resurfacing of the road, new kerb and channel near Moroney Place. The project is programmed to start the week commencing August 22, and completion is anticipated to take approximately twelve weeks (weather permitting).

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Forty Winks Morayfield takes pride in providing the best quality care for everybody and for every body. From your child’s first bed to a mattress for a mature body, Jeff and Annette Townsend and their staff at Forty Winks have them all beds, mattresses, bedroom furniture, kids’ beds, manchester, waterbed accessories, and much more. When choosing a bed, customers need to consider Comfort Silhouette their varying requirements in order to gain correct Imaging (CSI) back support and therefore a better night’s sleep. All sales staff at Forty Winks are factory trained to help customers find the sleep surface that best suits their needs. This can be combined with the use of the Comfort Silhouette Imaging (CSI) machine which is medically certified equipment that uses real science to help people make a better buying decision. As the longest established bedding retailer in Morayfield, Forty Winks has just marked 17 years of servicing the Morayfield area and surrounding suburbs. The store displays an extensive range for furnishing bedrooms including the widest range of sleep surfaces from leading manufacturers such as Sealy, Sleepmaker, King Koil, Simmons, Tempur, FlexGel and Crown Posture. Statistics show that back pain affects almost 80 per cent of Australian people at some point in their lives, and one of the major causes is sleeping on the wrong bed - a bed that fails to give correct chiropractic and orthopaedic back support. Individuals need to select a bed with the attributes required to maximise back care. This works hand in hand with choosing a high quality mattress that minimises muscular and skeletal stress, is adjusted to individual body weight, contoured to your body shape and allows you to maintain a sleeping posture in which your spine stays straight and correctly aligned. Pop into Forty Winks to find out more so you can sleep easy. The Forty Winks store is located at 250 Morayfield Road, Morayfield. It’s open seven days a week and Thursday nights until 8.00pm. Phone 5498 7777. Website www.fortywinks.com.au

Experience counts at Savage Landscape Supplies If you are heading out into the garden next weekend and you are not sure where to start, then pick up the phone and give Glenn Savage of Savage Landscape Supplies a call. A trusted, local businessman with 26 years experience in the industry, Glenn and his team of knowledgeable and friendly staff have seen a lot of changes and trends over time. As a result, there is a fair chance Savage Landscape Supplies have got what you need for your next landscaping project. Whether you are starting from scratch or looking to reinvigorate your garden, Glenn’s range of landscaping supplies, including decorative gravels, mulches, soil and more is sure to help inspire your creativity. Glenn, Phill, Erle and the team are well equipped to provide expert advice, and with so much industry experience and knowledge between them, you can count on them to help guide you through the maze of options available to make over a tired garden or to create a backyard masterpiece. And when it comes to getting your load home, he’s got that covered too, with a free courtesy trailer, as well as a delivery service right across the region. “One of the highlights of running your own business for such a long time is the special relationship you form with your customers,” Glenn said. “It’s been a great experience, to watch the growth of this area over the years and see my business grow, and most importantly, be able to provide a quality, reliable landscaping service to locals.” So for everything landscaping and the right knowledge and advice to go with it, give your local guy a call. Savage Landscape Supplies is conveniently open from 7.00am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday, and from 7.30am - 1.00pm Saturday at 20 Tytherleigh Avenue, Landsborough or give Glenn, Phill, Erle and the team a call on 5494 1153. Savage Landscape Supplies deliver right across the region

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Community Group Updates The bigger the hump the better? Contributed by Pauline Clarke, Publicity Officer Glasshouse Country View Club

Who knows anything about camels? Well, Lauren Brisbane does and in an articulate lecture she enthralled the View Club with her knowledge. Lauren lives in Glasshouse and has spent the past four and a half years of her life involved with camels. We learnt that the Afgan workers introduced camels to Australia in the 1840s. Initially there were around 20,000 although their numbers today are closer to 100,000. Camels are one of the oldest pastoral animals in the world; they produce meat which is high in omega 3 and very low in cholesterol. Their milk contains half the fat of cow’s milk and is being used medicinally for children with autism. In addition, their urine

is good for bald people and the bigger the hump they have the healthier the animal. The next View Club outing will be held on September 7 when we will visit Sunstone Gardens Over 50’s Resort in Maleny for barefoot bowls and a sausage sizzle. Anyone who would like to join the View Club would be most welcome. Please contact Joy on 5439 9049 or Lydia on 5438 7894 who will be pleased to supply any further information about the club. Anyone can check out the View Club on their website http://view.org.au 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.

Caloundra Family History Research Contributed by Roz Kuss The group held its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, August 18, and a new Committee was welcomed for the forthcoming year. Outgoing President, Jocelyn Morgan thanked our Patron, State Member for Caloundra Mr Mark McArdle, as well as his wife Judy, and gave them a small token of their considerable and valued support during the past year. She also acknowledged the significant contribution by numerous members to the successful operation of the group, and presented Loyalty Awards to Pam Scanlan, Betty Dozzi and Graeme Sloan, in recognition of their 10 years of membership. Jocelyn herself also received a gift, in acknowledgement of her retirement as President, after three years in the position. The inaugural ‘Lorrie Barzdo Writers Award’ was presented by Lorrie’s husband, Mr Richard Barzdo, to Geoff Kelly, a worthy winner, for his article 'The Elusive William Kelly'. The judging panel had a difficult task in choosing a winner from the 20 entries, all of an extremely high quality. This annual award, a legacy of the group’s friend and mentor, was made possible by

Lorrie’s generosity, prior to her untimely passing early this year. It encourages members to write an article for posterity, in keeping with their family history research and findings. The group’s rooms and library are open for research every Saturday and the third Thursday of the month, from 9.30am to 12.30pm. Every other Thursday of the month the rooms are open for the full day, from 9.30am to 4.00pm. Specialist interest groups meet for a couple of hours each month at the following times... Scotland first Saturday at 10.00am, Germany first Thursday at 1.00pm, Ireland third Thursday at 11.00am and England and Wales fourth Thursday at 1.00pm. All activities conducted by the group, including general meetings with guest speakers (1.30pm to 4.00pm on the third Thursday each month) are held at the Guide Hut in Arthur Street, Caloundra. Enquiries for all events, including meetings, research and specialist groups are welcomed by contacting Valerie on 5437 3879 or Roz on 5493 1197. The group can also be contacted by email at caloundrafamilyres@y7mail.com

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President Jocelyn Morgan presented loyalty awards to Betty Dozzi and Pam Scanlan

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Beerwah Writers Group Contributed by John Wright

At our recent meeting we discussed the possibility of sponsoring a speaker to talk to us about e-books. With the cooperation of Beerwah Library, we may be able to arrange it later this year. In our 'work-reading' session Bob told of a character in Esk; Kate continued her theatre story and Joan told us of road-trains at Shaw River. Barbara’s fantasy tale included pentagrams and mystery; Betty related the story of a family and Martin persuaded a palm tree to tell us about a notable event. Trevor’s Tasmanian miners prospected for gold but found only copper; Eric’s private investigator sought the reasons for crime and Steve’s fantasy tale of a condemned man held everyone’s attention. Sue continued her story of a frightened young woman and the intentions of her attacker and Anneke presented her unusual, captivating poetry. We continue to provide opportunities for writers to present their work and receive feedback. Meetings take place at Beerwah Library on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Next meeting is on Friday, August 26. Whether you are a writer, or just interested in writing, you will find a friendly welcome in this group whose members range from beginners to accomplished, published authors. Refreshments are provided for a small donation. Guests and visitors welcomed. Membership fee is $5.00 per year. For further information telephone John – 5493 0624.

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Contributed by Del Davis

Beerwah Branch is the most southern branch within the Nambour North Coast Division of CWA in Qld. This Division has been operating for 65 years. Next year the Association of QCWA will celebrate 90 years of service to communities. Of interest from the report submitted at the recent Division Annual meeting showed this area had raised $13,925.00 and donated to the Rural Flood Crisis and administrated though QCWA. Another $15,435.00 donations were made to various services including prostate cancer, breast cancer research and Royal Flying Doctor Service. Then International donations totalled $3035.00 which included Water for All, Pennies for Friendship, the Fistula Hospital and an amount to help East Timor delegates to attend the South Pacific Regional Conference in Tonga. Goods in kind have been donated such as 100 bandages and 12 scarves for the Leprosy Mission, beanies and baby items, birthing kits assembled and a number of wheelchair bags sewn. That’s not all, as a large number of used stamps and overseas currency coins were collected and sold with funds going to 3rd world countries. Bli Bli Branch own and administer Mudjimba Court ‘low income units’, keeping them in top order. The Division has two units (permanent) and two units (holiday) for rental at Beach Parade Maroochydore, as well as the Divisional Hall at Coolum. Mr Peter Wellington chaired the well attended meeting. Members and visitors enjoyed hearing the work of the two ladies from Australian Zoo, completing a very interesting morning. Beerwah branch members are reminded that memberships are now due at the next meeting on September 6 at 11.30am. Come along and be part of this happy group. www.gcnews.com.au


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On July 31, 2011, Boomajarril (Landsborough Girl Guide Brownie Cottage) turned 40. Four decades ago, on July 31, 1971, Boomajarril was officially opened by Mrs Mary Moore the Queensland Girl Guide State Commissioner. Attending the opening was Sir Francis Nicklin, Mike Ahern, Jack Beausang, Father Reg Mills and other boy scout and girl guide leaders. Helping to celebrate the day were the Sunshine Regional Girl Guides. Attending the formal ceremony was the President of Caloundra and Glasshouse RSL’s along with original girl guides and leaders over the past 40 years. These include Dawn Wendt, Barbara Dougan, Kaye Langridge, Jo-Anne Bray, Chris Dougan, Robyn Warn, Don Warn, Desley Hovker, Lyn Pickering and Josie Fry, just to Attendees were plentiful at Boomajarril’s 40th name a few. Thank you to all who helped celebrate the day. celebrations

Morris House Neighbourhood Centre Contributed by Ann Husband – Co-ordinator Our new computer equipment installation is now complete. We now have the latest computers and software available and will soon be advertising new courses. We plan to run some short courses as well as basic computer courses so look out for these. If there is a specific topic you would like to learn, let us know so we can include it in our courses. Regular services available are: free counseling on Wednesdays; Free tax help until October 31; free legal service every second Monday; reflexology available on Fridays; free internet use for job search. For counseling and tax help appointments, call 5494 1255. For reflexology appointments, call 5494 0818 and for legal service appointments call 5443 7827. Other services include: internet use for $2.00 per hour (seniors and carers $1.00 per hour) minimum charge 50c; photocopying; fax; printer use; emergency relief; free computer use; free bread; JP service each Wednesday and other times by arrangement; referral help and more! If you haven’t visited us yet, call in and see us. We are at 478 Old Landsborough Road, Landsborough and we are open 9.30am - 1.00pm Monday to Friday. Our contact details are: phone 5494 1255, fax 5494 1797 or e-mail- morrishouse@landsborough.com The cooking group meets each Thursday so if you are interested in meeting new people and enjoy cooking AND want to help those in need, call in or call us. We also have a limited book lending service for those interested. The Mother’s group meets each Tuesday in the CWA hall next to Morris House, at 10.00am. All mothers and children welcome. We take bookings for the CWA hall so if you are looking for a venue for a group activity, meeting etc, call us or call in and see us.

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Living Well

Stargazer September 2011

Photo competition to capture wildflowers Budding Sunshine Coast amateur photographers are encouraged to capture the beauty of local native wildflowers on camera as part of the Sunshine Coast Heathland Photographic Competition. Sunshine Coast Council, in partnership with Greening Australia and the Allocasuarina emuina Recovery Team is holding a photo competition to coincide with the release of a DVD about work on A. emuina. Allocasuarina emuina is an endangered species found only on the Sunshine Coast with a habitat range from Peregian to Landsborough. The Allocasuarina emuina Recovery Team is working to implement the National Recovery Plan for the Mt Emu Sheoak, Allocasuarina emuina, and increase awareness of this endangered species and the protection of its critical habitat. Dr Alison Shapcott, from the University of the Sunshine Coast, said photographers were encouraged to visit the Sunshine Coast wildflower reserves to preserve the native plants forever in a photo. “The Sunshine Coast has a wonderful diversity of wildflowers with many rare species and some found nowhere else,” Dr Shapcott said. “The photo competition is being run in conjunction to the Sunshine Coast Spring Wildflower Festival to provide an opportunity for local amateur photographers to demonstrate their skills. “The peak wildflower flowering times of late August to late September are the perfect time to take photos of the Coast’s native plants. “So get out there and get snap happy!”

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Spotlight on relationships

First, second and third prizes as well as a peoples’ choice award will be given in the categories of: Coastal Heath Landscape, Coastal Heath Wildflowers, and Peoples’ Choice. Visit the A.emuina youtube site http://www.youtube.com/mountemusheoak to get a copy of the entry guidelines, entry form and terms and conditions. Photographs will be used in the future promotion of the Sunshine Coast Wildflower Festival. Entries are open from August 28 to September 23.

Apex Club ‘steps up’ to help Landsborough kids Thanks to donation of $1,200 from the Apex Club of Maleny, 40 disadvantaged Landsborough and Maleny children will be going to school with warm and dry feet. The funds were donated to the Brighter Future 4 Kids Foundation’s (BF4KF) Shoes & Socks 4 Kids program which provides free leather BATA shoes and Underworks socks to disadvantaged

children. These children in need go to school with no shoes or worn out shoes with holes, or that are held together with staples or tape. “The Apex Club of Maleny came to our rescue – we were struggling to raise the funds we needed to provide shoes and socks for children in need in the Maleny / Landsborough area,” Pauline Preston, BF4KF Managing Director said. “Importantly this amazing donation means that no child has to miss out and schools no longer have to face the heart breaking decision of choosing which child in need gets shoes and which doesn’t.” For more information or to send a donation, go the charities website: www.brighterfuture4kids.org.au

Toy Story 3 still a family favourite Recently the Mooloolah State School Chaplaincy Committee held a fun-filled ‘Movie Night’ fundraiser. It was a chance to dress up, watch an old time favourite, eat popcorn and sausages and drink slushies and fizzy drink. The night was a huge success raising much needed funds for the Chaplaincy Committee, supporting their chaplain, Dave Larkin and just as importantly, helping to bring families and community together in the school hall which was filled with characters from the Pixar favourite. Special thanks goes out to all the volunteers that helped on the night, and Ken Grant from the Mooloolah IGA for their continued support of Chaplaincy and Mooloolah State School. www.gcnews.com.au

There is a very strong focus on relationships this month. As September starts, we are at the beginning of the New Moon cycle in Virgo with Venus part of the line-up, beginning a new cycle in the way we relate to others, both lovers and friends. The tendency of Virgo is to analyse and improve, which can be experienced as criticism, but the intention is always the search for that elusive perfection. Jupiter and Pluto add intensity and a depth charge to this new cycle in relating. The Full Moon falls in Pisces This occurs on Monday, September 12. This is a dreamy, romantic time which can bring a yearning for oneness and spiritual fulfilment. The challenge is to balance this with day-today routine, being ‘in the world but not of it’, as the Sufis say. The Equinox falls on Friday, September 23. The theme of the Equinox is always about balance – it’s the time of year when day and night are of equal length and the seasons come to a point of balance. The Equinox is marked by the Sun moving into the zodiac sign of Libra, the sign associated with harmony, balance and fairness. This is a perfect time to explore what might be out of balance in your own life and find a way to restore that balance, whether it’s in your relationships, your work, or any other aspect of your life. The New Moon falls in Libra This will happen on Tuesday, September 27, beginning a new cycle in relationships, emphasising the need for fairness and harmony in your life. This New Moon challenges us to speak our truth, be authentic, and step fully into our power. This lunar month is a good time to focus on restoring balance in your life – giving you the opportunity to consolidate the theme of the Equinox, by implementing whatever changes are required to bring your life back into balance. With love Chirone is a counselling astrologer based at Mount Mellum near Landsborough. For details of consultations, astrology courses and an extended version of this New Moon update, visit her website www.chironewitsen.com, email info@chironewitsen.com or ring 5494 8852.

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Out and About Shane Webcke hits Simpson Street Last Friday some of the local Junior Bulldogs players, along with community members, were treated to a sausage sizzle and the opportunity to meet rugby league legend Shane Webcke in Simpson Street, outside the First National Beerwah office. The event was organised by Luke Mooney to celebrate the opening of the new Sunshine Coast office of Homeloans. Word on the street is that it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just the Bulldogs players who were impressed with the opportunity to meet Webcke, there were quite a few local ladies who lined up to have their photo taken with him as well. If you would like to see more photos you can check them out on our facebook page www.facebook.com/glasshousecountrynews

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Free and funky family night with Sydney dance group After such a brilliant response from the public last year, the dance group Karizmatik have been engaged again this year for ‘Doin Dads Proud’ day at Cotton Tree on Fathers’ Day and fortunately for the locals The Mooloolah Valley Country Club has booked them to perform again this year on the Saturday, September 3 at 6.30pm. Last year, the Mooloolah Valley Country Club had a great response to the dance show plus the fabulous chance for adults and children to enjoy learning dance routines from the dancers after the show. There was everything from hip hop, break, to the Michael Jackson moon walk and moves, many locals have been asking when they would be back. So they’re looking forward to the families coming back again this year to enjoy Karizmatik. The owner of Karizma Dance and entertainment, Laree Gadenne is one of our very own home grown girls. Laree attended Glenview School and then Beerwah High taking out Caloundra City Australia Day Young Citizen and Cultural Awards. Later Laree moved to Sydney, where she runs dance schools for adults and children, teaches dance in Sydney schools plus performs with her group throughout Sydney and NSW. She is a great role model for our local youth, which she never forgets, always bringing her dance groups home for our local youth to enjoy and learn from. The Mooloolah Valley Country Club are back in business and the kitchen will be up and running on the night so don’t miss this opportunity to see a brilliant dance show plus learn your own funky moves, all for free.

The Sunshine Coast Spring Wildflower Festival, is the perfect introduction to our amazing wildflowers. Wander through the wallum lowlands and explore the other wildflowers bursting into a patchwork of colour. All walks are free and expertly lead by volunteer groups who partner with council to make the event possible. Walking with people who know what to look for provides exposure to some real local treasures that we might otherwise walk past without noticing or appreciating. Walks include Frank McIvor Wildlife Reserve Caloundra, Ewen Maddock artificial wetlands Landsborough on Tuesday, August 30 between 9.00am – 11.00am, Mt Beerburrum on Wednesday, August 31 and many more. Find details and book on Council online events calendar at http:// www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/sitePage.cfm?code=whatson&eid=2411

Weaving together the members of a community Sunshine Coast fibre artist Rene Bahloo has conceived a unique way for people to connect with the natural environment and with each other. She teaches weaving, an art form that has for centuries, brought communities together. Rene’s Weavery workshops give participants an opportunity to learn the ancient tradition of basket weaving practised by Indigenous women, who were connected in community, sitting together, caring, sharing, creating and combining purpose with pleasure. “Modern western culture has lost sight of this community focus and people rarely gather as a group to create things together,” Rene said. “In consequence, it is easy to feel isolated, uninspired and lacking in support.” Rene’s passion for weaving stems from her life-altering experience of Australian Indigenous culture in Arnhem Land, where she first came into contact with the magic of weaving baskets. She now weaves basketry, art, life and healing into her business concept of Weavery to promote wellbeing and a sense of belonging in individuals, families and groups. Rene is holding workshops and retreats in a variety of venues across the Sunshine Coast. For more information ring 0438 162 552, email tribahloo@hotmail.com or go to www.facebook.com/weaverywork

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You Said It Letters to the Editor Letters are printed at the discretion of the editor, Lea Parkes and her policy is to include letters which focus on issues and are not about personally attacking other people. For a letter to be considered for printing it must be accompanied by the name, address and phone number of the sender. Anonymous letters will not be printed. Preference is given to letters under 300 words. Letters may be edited to make them more readable, but the meaning will not be changed. Regular correspondents will be limited to alternate issues to give everyone a chance to have their say. Letters must meet the Friday 12.00noon deadline. Views expressed in the 'You said it' page are those of the writer - and not this publication. Please send your letters to letters@gcnews.com.au or fax to 5438 7446.

‘Derailed’ - Two over 70 year olds left stranded

On August 12, following attending an evening Business Meeting in Brisbane we caught the Queensland Rail 9.30pm Roma Street to Nambour train service to Glass House Mountains - ETA was 10.43pm. Passengers were queried along the way as to what their destinations were and at Caboolture, were herded to the three front carriages by two security people (they said for safety reasons) and we were now seated in the second carriage. Before the train stopped at Glass House Mountains Station we went to access the nearest exit door to find this was unserviceable and then ran to the next door at the end of the carriage, pressed the door opening signal buttons which lit up but the train was slowly moving, we now rather doubt if it actually even stopped. Our vehicle was parked at Glass House Mountains Station and we had to detrain at Beerwah where all Nambour to city trains had already been and gone for the day, so we were basically stranded at night with no service back to Glass House Station and to our vehicle to get home. Two people were detraining at Beerwah Station, one was a lady from Caloundra, who very kindly offered to drive us to Glass House Mountains Station and we were most grateful for her help. They said the security people told them the train had to pick up extra time; it seems that we as passengers didn’t matter. There was no announcement made on nearing Glass House Station as to which side the platform was on either. We had alighted this carriage from the left side as the train travels at Caboolture, on this occasion at Glass House Mountains; the exit was on the right as the train travels. This train was a different one and appeared to be an old one pulled out of archives possibly due to the extra traffic because of the Ekka; I’d never travelled on one like this before. Another passenger had earlier attempted unsuccessfully to gain access to the toilet, and with an unserviceable exit door in this same carriage one rightfully asks what is QR doing regarding this unsafe service, especially stranding country people at night? Una Robinson and Steve Rose Glass House Mountains 22

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Lasting Memorial in Landsborough for Stan Tutt? Following the death of Stan Tutt on July 16, Landsborough Area Community Association Inc. thinks it would be fitting to have a lasting memorial in Landsborough to this wonderful man. Stan was a historian, author, Wildlife Preservation Society advocate, Sunshine Coast Environment Council founding member and OAM recipient, Historical society founding member and a great human being. There is a Stan Tutt reading room at the Landsborough Historical Museum but perhaps a more obvious memorial could be done in honour of his contribution to the many issues he was passionate about. Landsborough would be the appropriate place for such a memorial as Stan and his family lived here for many years and he was involved in so many local organisations. Perhaps re-naming Skippy Park to Stan Tutt Park? Or some other park or landmark? We would welcome any feedback from the community and would then approach Sunshine Coast Council to organise something as a lasting reminder to this remarkable man. Please contact 5494 1258 or e-mail laca@landsborough.qld.au if you have any suggestions. Thank you. A.Husband, Secretary, Landsborough Area Community Association Inc.

Thank you A huge thank-you from Landsborough Museum to everyone who contributed to the success of our ‘garage / make an offer’ sale at the museum on August 13. The winners of our raffle were 1st Bev McKenzie, 2nd Barb Saul, and 3rd Lee Heilig. Once again, thank you all. Jan Rossow, Secretary

Island Style Hangi at the Hall

Wow what a night! The Committee and members of the Beerburrum Hall would like to thank the following for their support by donating prizes for our mystery raffle and multi draw door prizes. Glasshouse Matilda Fruit Barn, Beerwah Bottle Shop, Andrew – Glass House Butcher, Glass House Post Office, First Choice – Morayfield, Fullerton’s Farm, Consulting Advisors, Glass House Mountains Chemist, Elimbah Newsagency, Glass House Bottle Shop, Glass House Country Kitchen, Serendipity Glass House Mountains, Glass House Matilda, Wendy and Gary Maguire, Village Construction Company, and members of the hall assoc. The Hangi was a huge success thanks to the many hours of hard work performed by Mick, Fe, the family and friends. Thanks also to the many people who attended and supported this community owned hall, including members from Beerwah Lions and Rotary and the order of the Amaranth and the many people from Glass House, Caboolture, Woodford, Beerwah, Landsborough, Caloundra and even Brisbane. We sadly said 'a fond farewell and good luck' to our post office people Di and Ernie and welcome to Joy and Ron who have taken over. Last but not least thanks to GCNews for promoting this event. Helen Mason Hall Committee Treasurer

Optus Tower - Landsborough

I am so tired of reading in Glasshouse Country News about the proposed Optus tower in Landsborough. What is wrong with you people ever heard of the word progress? I would love to have the opportunity of being able to choose between Optus and Telstra. Because Optus doesn’t have a tower here, I have no option but to use Telstra. It has also been pointed out in a recent article in GCNews that there is no danger whatsoever to people. Pat Landsborough

A poem to Daniel Morcombe's mother The Woman`s face so sad-eyed and so forlorn, Shows the heartbreak of her family so cruelly torn, Eight long years and for her son she still cries, Agonizingly not knowing where her darling boy he lies, From God and Prayer some draw their strength, But how long can it last and what can be its length, What dread then does descend when all alone at night, How does this mourning Mother endure till the Light. Paths of our lives to us mostly belong, Why then do those among us wreak such havoc and such wrong, All wordly wealth if it were mine gladly would I give, Just to see Happiness once more in Mother`s eyes to live. What words can be offered to ease their dreadful pain, What deeds can be proffered so Peace they once more gain, A Mother`s Love everlasting, so strong and so rare, Is a blessing for each child no matter when or where. Tho your journey has been long there is still more yet to tread, We send our thoughts and our prayers to light the way ahead, No matter what hurdles mar our way, our thoughts they will not smother, For all Australia walks together supporting Daniel`s Mother. Seeing a photo of Daniel`s Mum in the media this week prompted me to pen this poem Patto of Peachester www.gcnews.com.au


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If you’ve never thought of jewellery for dad, now might be the time to change your mind. Flair Jewellery in Beerwah is offering specials on a range of gents’ jewellery for Father’s Day. In the 10 days leading up to Sunday, September 4, Flair will have specials on gents’ jewellery such as pendants, bangles, cuff links and watches. You will receive 10 per cent off the cost of these items from Wednesday, August 24 up to Father’s Day on Sunday, September 4. Flair is a family owned, independent jewellery manufacturing company which is committed to exceptional value for money and customer satisfaction. Flair’s opening hours are Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm and Saturday from 9.00am to 12.00noon. Flair Jewellery is located at Shop 5, Beerwah Village Shopping Arcade, Turner Street, Beerwah (near the post office). Phone 5439 0798.

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y a D s r e Fath Father's Day, fun day GCNews caught up with manager, Riy Fathers about how things are going at the Beerwah RSL and this is what he had to say … "We have had an overwhelming response by the community, embracing the new, Beerwah Peachester RSL Sub Branch Inc. It has taken Beerwah by storm," said Riy. "The initial membership expected in the first month, has been totally blown out of the water, membership is now heading towards 2,000 members, and all in the club’s first month. "This Fathers Day, September 4, we have made Fathers Day luncheon a 'Fun Day'. Apart from a wide selection of succulent meals and the dessert selection (which is to die for!), if a father is celebrating a birthday on Father’s Day, let us know, for bookings of 12 or more, our Patisserie Chef will create a birthday cake on us. "There will be the monster meat tray raffles, pop the balloon prizes, and hang the hangers competition, $600.00 in prizes to be won in 60 seconds. "Drawn later that day, is the $1,500.00 Father's Day raffle, a 261 piece tool kit plus five draw roller way lockable cabinet, (tickets still available at $2.00 ticket, or six for $5.00.) "Don't miss out on this Fathers 'Fun Day', lunch commences at 12.00noon, you will want to book early to avoid disappointment, phone 5494 0289," he said.

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Keep dad safe and equipped with a gift that lasts The Big Mower at Beerwah boasts state-of-the-art safety in its Honda power equipment which, along with parts and accessories, form part of The Big Mower Fathers’ Day sale. The Big Mower displays the full Honda range from which you can choose something that dad really wants. The team explains that Honda power equipment is safe, reliable, starts first time every time and is cheap to maintain. As ride-on mower specialists you are spoilt for choice with the best brand names on offer. If you are not sure about what you are after, the team at The Big Mower can explain the differences in equipment and they understand how client needs differ. Pop in and have a chat about what new gear dad requires for his suburban patch or acreage. With many items as part of the Fathers’ Day sale, it’s time to head into The Big Mower at 89 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah, telephone 5494 6151 or check out their website @ www. bigmower. com.au or email sales@ bigmower.com.au

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The pick of the bunch is right here in Glass House Country. When it comes to spoiling dad, you can’t go past the terrific range of gift ideas on offer from local retailers. Save time and money, and shop locally – there’s something for every dad. $ NOW ONLY Looking for a tried and trusted favourite? Thousands of dads ainsaw Weild The Power can’t be wrong! MS 381 Magnum Think a Darrel Lea Dad’s Bag, to tempt even ccasional For very heavy duty use on a wide variety of the fussiest sweet jobs. tooth. Dad’s Bags are in stock now, at Glasshouse ood. commercial or farming • 72.2 cc Newsagency If dad’s pride and joy is the lawn, get in now to the Big • 3.9 kW Mower, • 6.6 kg with their pre-season sale on all Honda power equipment, parts and accessories. Help him get the garden shed in shape for • 20” (50cm) bar spring! Or if it’s his engine that needs fine tuning, steer him towards Beerwah Small Engines, where he can be assured his motor will be running in optimum condition. $ dad likes to get down and dirty, don’t miss If your , the great bargains now on offer at Dirt Thirst, your local Engines supplier of dirt bike parts, accessories and rwah Small clothing. BEERWAH 4519 PH 07 6644brand clothing and Great savings on5494 big name accessories available now, so get in early and u or call direct 13 11 97 surprise dad with what he really wants. Make sure your dad or husband never misses

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From Peter Slipper

From Mark McArdle

Federal member for Fisher. Ph: 1300 301 981 or 5444 4888

State member for Caloundra. Phone: 5491 2780

Highway widening

Highway woes a long way from being resolved

Support has been strong for my petition calling for the Australian Government to widen the Bruce Highway to six lanes between Caboolture and the Sunshine Coast. Anyone wishing to have a copy of the petition in their offices or outlet to collect signatures for this worthy cause can contact my office on 5444 4888. I have spoken in the Australian Parliament on the issue numerous times and also written to the relevant Minister and the Prime Minister about the issue. It is very important that we get upgrades to the highway to ensure it is as efficient and safe as possible and able to meet the demands of our growing population. I’m urging concerned Sunshine Coast residents to make an effort to add their names to the list so we can put pressure on the Government to address this vital need. The petitions are also available for signing at my office at the corner of Point Cartwright Drive and Nicklin Way, Buddina, and also at the office of Andrew Powell MP, 70 Maple Street, Maleny.

Somalia Military Service Ex-service personnel former members of the ships’ companies of HMA Ships Tobruk and Jervis Bay may be eligible for the Australian Active Service Medal with Clasp ‘SOMALIA’. For details visit: www.defence.gov. au/media/departmentaltpl.cfm?CurrentId=11705. Application forms for the award can be obtained from www.defence.gov.au/medals/ or by calling the Directorate of Honours and Awards on 1800 111 321.

Veterans Forum I am hosting a Veterans Forum with special guest speaker, Shadow Minister for Veterans Michael Ronaldson, on September 2. All veterans are invited to attend. For enquiries and to book a place, contact my office on 5444 4888.

Small Business forum With economic conditions adding further challenges to small business, Shadow Minister for Small Business Bruce Billson will speak at a small business forum on August 30 at Lake Kawana Community Centre. Contact my office on 5444 4888 for details and to make bookings for catering purposes.

The closure to traffic crossing the Bruce Highway from Roys Road and Bells Creek Road is a short term decision but it looks like being a long time before there is a final resolution to this problem. After speaking with Main Roads recently it seems that while the closure is in place it’s a shortterm solution that’s going to be in place for a long time. The situation now means resident of Roys Road and Bells Creek can only take a left-hand turn to access the Bruce Highway. It’s too bad if residents on the eastern side of the highway want to head north. They will have to travel some 14 kilometres southbound before they can access the northbound lanes and a similar dilemma faces those on the western side of the highway who want to head south. While the crossing closure will mean a safer highway it also means there will be more traffic on the already congested Bruce, an extension of travelling time for those unfortunate motorists who are affected and an extra cost for their fuel. Main Roads have advised me a planning study has started for a proposed future upgrade of the Bells Creek and Roys Road intersection and this is part of the Federal Government’s commitment to upgrade a suite of interchanges on the highway between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. That doesn’t mean a lot. Government departments – especially Main Roads, conduct many planning studies which may or may not ever see the light of day. Given the pressure the Government is under, the upgrade the whole of the Bruce Highway from Brisbane to Cairns, the Bells Creek and Roys Road intersections are likely to rate fairly lowly on the scale of work to be done overall. While the closures have certainly made the highway safer at these points, it will be easy to leave the band-aid in place for much longer than anyone anticipates. Perhaps it will remain like this for ever. There is potential for chaos here if this intersection is not completed before the estimated flood of residents arrive to occupy the proposed Caloundra South development. The State and Federal governments must get together on this one or we will be faced with yet another infrastructure gaffe which will affect thousands of motorists and turn the Bruce Highway into a car park.

Home & Garden Feature Glasshouse Country News will be running a feature to celebrate the start of spring – a time when our readers, your customers, spruce up their homes and gardens! This feature will be published on Wednesday, September 14. This is a perfect opportunity to promote the goods and services you offer, with focus being on the home and garden at spring time. Homewares, blinds, flooring, furniture, landscaping, lawn care, garden supplies, machinery, hardware, outdoor furniture/fittings, sun-smart/skin-care products, plants, flowers, trees, hats, gloves, boots, etc. The list is endless, so don’t miss the chance of highlighting your wares in our special feature.

Booking and copy deadline is 12.00noon, Wednesday, September 7 Please contact Cathy or Carol on 5438 7445 advertising@gcnews.com.au www.gcnews.com.au

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Community Notices Thank you from Landsborough Museum Contributed by Jan Rossow, Secretary

A huge thank-you to everyone who contributed to the success of our 'garage/make an offer' sale at the museum on August 13. The winners of our raffle were 1st Bev McKenzie, 2nd Barb Saul, and 3rd Lee Heilig. Once again, thank you all.

Caloundra 60 & Better

Come to the group and participate in any of the many activities. Organised Programs are designed to help you get the best out of life, put zing in your step and energise your mind. Our program is a community based organisation concerned about the health and well-being of all mature aged citizens within your region. We assist you to live life to its fullest potential, through fitness of body and mind, for example: Gentle exercise, mah jong, art classes, guest speakers, trivia, and lots more. On August 30 we have a guest speaker: Public Trustee. Come along and join in these fun activities and meet new people. We look forward to seeing you at the Uniting Church Hall, Queen Street, Caloundra, every Tuesday commencing at 9.15am to 12.00noon. Sunshine 60 & Better can help you enjoy a better quality of life through social interaction. For further information please do not hesitate to contact us on 5443 7281.

Sunshine Coast Forum

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

Dance at Glass House Mountains Community Hall

Saturday, September 3, 7.30pm – 11.30pm NV/ OT/M Music by Chattanooga. $8.00 includes supper, Monte Carlo raffle and lucky door prize. Great atmosphere, all welcome. Proceeds go to the community hall fund. Enquiries to Aileen 5496 9349.

Suncoast Women’s Adventure Group

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

Raffle results for Glass House Country RSL

Lucky door - Kaz - 87C. Meat tray - Glen 97F. Fruit/Veggie tray - Ritchie - 65A yellow. Fruit/Veggie tray - Chris - 62E orange star.

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

Mike Turner Beerwah High Chaplain I want to write about something that affects every single person on the planet. That something is choices. I love the way that God made us with an ability to think and make decisions and choices about our life. I mean really, he could have made us like a bunch of robots marching around the place being all efficient and precise, but no, he made us human – prone to making mistakes and being selfish but with free-will nonetheless. Now, something that escapes all of our attention from time to time is the power we have in our decision making. We can choose so many things every day like: what we wear, what to eat, how to get to work or school, who we talk to, what we do in conflict, whether we do our work or watch TV, whether we drink water or stick to coffee... Some choices have fairly minor consequences and others have major effects. But, there is one daily choice that we make (sometimes without realising it) that has massive repercussions for our lives whether that be better or worse. I am talking about our use of time. TIME: Now, the crazy thing about time is each day we get a set allowance – 24 hours, no more, no less. What we do with those hours pretty much shapes our lives. My wife has a great saying which goes like this 'you make time

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A.G.M. - September 8 (amended time – meeting now starts at 7.00pm) It is hoped this amended time of a 7.00pm start will encourage more community members to attend. Election of officers and general Hall business will be discussed. Tea/coffee afterwards. Hope to see you in the Hall - AGM 7.00pm September 8.

Conversation for Conservation

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors are hosting a Conversation for Conservation on Monday, August 29 from 5.30pm at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. Special guest will be Jeff Hansen, the Australian Director of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Jeff will talk about the beginnings of Sea Shepherd and how it all began, the laws Sea Shepherd work under, how they operate and who Sea Shepherd represent. Jeff will also talk about how Sea Shepherd operates in Australia and the goals for the organisation locally. Entry to the presentation is a gold coin donation and there will be light refreshments and a lucky door prize! Please RSVP by Friday, August 26 for this upcoming Conservation Conversation by contacting Wildlife Warriors on 5436 2026 or email murraym@australiazoo.com.au

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 reception@gcnews.com.au

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Choices

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for the things that are important'. I think she is totally right, in fact I think the same goes for money. We choose what is important to us. I mean, we can pay lip service to things by saying 'yes that is important to me' but if the amount of time and money spent on that thing isn’t significant then chances are it is not really the truth. Have you ever heard yourself say 'I never get time to spend with my family' or 'I’m sorry I couldn’t get _____ done because I didn’t have time'? These are the words of someone whose priorities are out of whack. I have been there myself. Chances are, if there is something in our lives that always seems to miss out, never seems to get a look in, well it probably isn’t registering on the radar of importance - when maybe it should be. The bible talks about 'reaping what we sow', if we sow rubbish relationships, poor diet, and sloppy financial decisions then we will reap rubbish, poor and sloppy outcomes. Be encouraged, every one of the 6.7 Billion people on earth faces choices every day, so you are not alone. The good news is that we can change our lives whenever we want. If this is something you have been thinking about lately then now is the time. God can help you make good choices and he will lead you if you let him. GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY

LUTHERAN CHURCH Reed Street, Glass House Mtns

Sunday Worship 9.00am

Contact 5439 9341 or 5496 9671

Glasshouse Country Baptist Church 58 Roberts Rd, Beerwah

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

Glasshouse Country Uniting Church A Caring Christian Community

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

CATHOLIC WEEKEND MASSES

Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah 5493 0967 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough 5494 8896 Sunday 6pm: Mooloolah Hall, Bray Rd 5492 9279 www.gcnews.com.au


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THE BUYING VERSUS RENTING DEBATE The pros and cons of buying your own home versus renting and channelling surplus funds into investments are both financial and emotional. While some may suggest that the great Australian dream of owning your own home is not as relevant as it used to be, it is still a goal for the majority of people. When considering which approach has the most merit – buying or renting and investing – the two concepts should not be mutually exclusive. Many people want to buy their own home from a security perspective, but they also recognise that a solid level of equity in their own home can www.gcnews.com.au

be the foundation for long-term wealth creation. This may be through the purchase of other properties to rent out, or through the creation of a diversified share portfolio. The family home can be a great springboard for either. Paying off the family home also provides a valuable asset that is exempt from Capital Gains Tax. Renting may be an attractive option for those who want to avoid the costs of maintaining a property or want the flexibility to move without the costs and hassles associated with selling a property. Renting may also be a good option for people who want to

live in a suburb close to the city or the beach but can’t afford to buy a property in that area. You could buy a property in an adjoining suburb which isn’t as expensive (but still has good scope for capital growth) and rent that out while you rent a property in your preferred suburb. The key to this strategy is ensuring the money saved on mortgage repayments and maintenance costs is channelled into some other form of investment – either property or shares. The commitment of a reasonable and appropriate level of debt can actually drive people to look at

ways of earning more money or better managing their funds.

Many people find paying off a mortgage is a form of enforced savings; a lot of people just don’t have the discipline to save and invest if they are renting. The most important thing is to be doing something proactive about creating wealth for you and your family. The biggest mistake people make Call Adviser Teresa Harrison. is doing nothing, so if you’d like T: 5422 9458 or 0410 648 098 to take action to start or continue www.smartline.com.au/tharrison Smartline CL No. 385325 investing for long-term wealth creation, now may be the perfect time to talk with your Smartline Personal Mortgage Adviser.

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Property of the week Modern country feel

This excellent property is located in the Mooloolah Valley nestled among natural trees and waterways. Living here for the owners has bought great enjoyment with the 2.5 acres of land, three bedroom house with office / fourth bedroom and also a sewing room in which could be divided into more bedrooms. There is also a meals room, formal dining, a large country kitchen and heaps of extras. The property is fully irrigated, nine solar panels (1.6kw) with a 3kw inverter ready for nine more! Loads of water 8000 and 5000 gallon tanks, 6x12m colorbond shed and even a beautiful water feature. Come and check this paradise out, you will want to stay. Inspections welcome, price: $650,000. Please call Kelvin Evans from Laurie Evans Real Estate, Landsborough on 0422 130 652 or 5494 1488.

Laurie Evans Real Estate Pty Ltd Est 1978

The Name That Means A Great Deal In Real Estate

$354,000

$419,000

GREAT FOR HOME BUSINESS • 3 bedroom home, setup for home business • Combined lounge & dining • Private outdoor living, secure carport • 650m2 land in central location • Great business exposure - commercial zoning

Phone Exclusive Agent Norm James 0412 480 227 5494 1488

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WHEN ONLy THE BEST WILL DO • New brick and tile home in Woodgrove • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ensuited main • Great kitchen, large open plan living • 2 car lock up garage • Large side access, fully fenced

$244,500 Phone Marketing Agent Laurie Evans 0419 658 087 5494 6588

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

LANDSBOROUGH

GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS

LANDSBOROUGH 4 Gympie St North - Sat 10.00 - 10.45am New 2 & 3 brm villas, courtyards, l/u garages…..from $310,000 GLASSHOUSE MTNS 7 Dollarbird Pl - Sat 10.00 - 10.45pm 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, DLUG, 714m2 block….…..$439,000

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PEACEFUL PARKLAND OUTLOOK • 3 Bed, 2 bath + lge study (4th bed) home • Open plan tiled kitchen/living/dining. • Separate carpeted lounge/media room. • High roofed patio for entertaining. • Solar panels. Fully fenced 1/2 acre.

Phone Exclusive Agent Kelvin Brady 0429 003 338 5496 9411

LANDSBOROUGH

FROM ONLy $310,000 Phone Marketing Agent Norm James 0412 480 227 5494 1488

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

PEACHESTER

LANDSBOROUGH 14 Tytherleigh Ave - Sat 11 - 11.45am 3 brms, 1 bath, 1245m2 block……………………….….$265,000 GLASSHOUSE MTNS 23 Woodhaven Pl - Sat 11.00 - 12.00pm 4 bedrooms, ensuite, remote DLUG, 714m2 ………….$395,000 LANDSBOROUGH 3 Bella Street - Sat Only 11.00 - 11.45am 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, DLUG, 651m2 block……….$244,500 BEEBURRUM 44 Tibrogargon Drive - Sat 11.00 - 11.45am 4 bedrooms, ensuite, DLUG & 6x4 Shed, 2025m2…...$450,000 PELICAN WATERS 72/1 Millennium Crct - Sat 11 - 12.00pm 2 brms, 2 baths, resort facilities, pool and spa………..$380,000 MOOLOOLAH VALLEY 49 King Road - Sat 12.00 - 12.45pm 3 bedrooms, 6 car accommodation, 1201m2…………$365,000

$265,000

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

Phone Exclusive Agent Norm James 0412 480 227 5494 1488

$545,000 Phone Exclusive Agent Alice King 0411 334 252 5494 6588

COASTAL HINTERLAND ACREAGE • 9076 m2 block, 26m2 home, 4 bed 2 bth • Elevated, rural outlook and surrounds • I/g pool, solar heated, 3 air con & fans • 9x12 covered ent area, 3 living rooms • 18x6 garage, 2 c’ports, creek, bore

GLENVIEW Lot 3 Old Caloundra Road - Sat 1.30 - 2.15pm 4 bedrooms, ensuite, DLUG, 6500m2…….offers over $530,000 GOLDEN BEACH Unit 10 “Windward Passage” 31-35 Landsborough Parade - Sat Only 2.00 - 2.45pm 2 brms, 2 baths, 3rd level, views…...…………………..$385,000

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Property of the week Country living, mountain views and close to town! Built by quality builder Hennig Brothers Constructions only six months ago this home is ideal for a family. With four good sized bedrooms and two bathrooms it is the epitome of modern Australian living. All bedrooms have built in robes and ensuite in the master. The laundry has

plenty of room for linen and storage and a handy built in clothes washing drawer. The entertainer’s kitchen includes a ceramic cook top, under bench oven, retractable range hood and dishwasher, seven pot drawers and soft close bin drawer. There is also a large undercover terrace leading from the open plan living area. Working from home won't be a problem as you have your own separate office. The attached garage is 6.5m x 6.5m internally and there is also a separate two bay workshop/garage which is 6m x 6m x 2.7m high. The landscaping has been put in place to ensure privacy but not to hinder the mountain view outlook. Fully fenced. Book your private inspection today as this feature packed property will be top of everyone’s list. Price $529,000. Contact Paul O’Brien 0427 859 399.

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Bargain Basement Property

Woodgrove’s Cheapest Property?

You won’t buy better than this 3 bedroom cottage in the heart of Beerwah. Submit all offers as it definitely must be sold!

Hard to find a better investment, leased at $375per week to great tenants. Owners must sell so grab a bargain today.

Property ID 619275

Property ID 619234

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IN ROOM AUCTIONS THIS SATURDAY at 11AM – BEERWAH CWA HALL, Simpson street. Everyone welcome!

35 Cabrera Crescent, Beerwah

26 Gattera Road, Landsborough

Character Queensland At A Low Low Price

The Tasman Is Calling!

Set on a huge block this home must be sold due to vendors separation. Submit your offer today as the result may shock you.

Our vendors bags are packed and they don’t want to stay a day longer! Help them go home and grab a great buy at the same time. Genuine sellers.

Property ID 627112

Property ID 644669

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

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Ursula Starkovsky

OFFERS OVER OFFERS OVER

$330,000

Aaron Peckitt

$435,000

Aaron Peckitt

Unit 16, 2A Swan Street, Beerwah

$245,000

John King

19 Wattlebird Place, Landsborough

$527,500

John King

34 Storrs Road, Peachester

$545,000

Denise Pinwill

$350,000

Aaron Peckitt

$279,000

Denise Pinwill

$410,000

Aaron Peckitt

$379,000

John King

Unit 3, 61 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah

11.00-11.30am 3 Greenview Avenue, Beerwah 130 Hardwood Road, Landsborough

12.00-12.30pm OFFERS OVER

3 Fairy-Wren Court, Beerwah Unit 4, 25 Maleny Street, Landsborough

OFFERS OVER

17 Monarch Place, Beerwah 32 Peppertree Way, Beerwah 33 Heritage Drive, Glass House

$565,000

Brad Collins

OFFERS OVER

$480,000

Denise Pinwill

$425,000

Ursula Starkovsky

13 Peak View Place, Glass House

OFFERS OVER OFFERS OVER

$525,000

Aaron Peckitt

9 Agnew Road, Mt Mellum

OFFERS OVER

$690,000

Aaron Peckitt

63 Alfs Pinch Road, Beerwah

1.00-1.30pm 258 Peachester Road, Beerwah

Coastal Units, 22 Coastal Avenue, Beerwah

From

$327,900

John King

OFFERS OVER OFFERS OVER

$499,000

Brad Collins

$400,000

Denise Pinwill

10 Flinders Avenue, Beerwah

OFFERS OVER

$415,000

Aaron Peckitt

2 Sunbury Place, Peachester

OFFERS OVER

$550,000

Aaron Peckitt

66 Parkview Road, Glass House

OFFERS OVER

$410,000

John King

From

$245,000

John King

OFFERS OVER OFFERS OVER

$560,000

Brad Collins

$350,000

Denise Pinwill

331 Peachester Road, Beerwah 17 Bolwarra Court, Beerwah

2.00-2.30pm

Glasshouse Parklands Estate, Springburn Dve, Glass House 20 Fullerton Road, Glass House 68 Pine Camp Road, Beerwah

Win a $50 Fuel Voucher! Simply fill out your details and bring this leaflet with you when you attend any of the listed properties above on Saturday 27th August 2011. Prize drawn 27/08/2011 and the winner notified by phone.

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Unit 4 / 22 Turner Street, Beerwah

Unit 3, 61 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah

3 Greenview Avenue, Beerwah

130 Hardwood Road, Landsborough

Unit 16 / 2a Swan Street, Beerwah

19 Wattlebird Place, Landsborough

34 Storrs Road, Peachester

3 Fairy-Wren Court, Beerwah

Unit 4, 25 Maleny Street, Landsborough

17 Monarch Place, Beerwah

32 Peppertree Way, Beerwah

33 Heritage Drive, Glass House

63 Alfs Pinch Road, Beerwah

258 Peachester Road, Beerwah

13 Peak View Place, Glass House

9 Agnew Road, Mt Mellum

“Coastal Units” 22 Coastal Ave, Beerwah

331 Peachester Road, Beerwah

17 Bolwarra Court, Beerwah

10 Flinders Avenue, Beerwah

2 Sunbury Place, Peachester

66 Parkview Road, Glass House

Glasshouse Parklands Estate

20 Fullerton Road, Glass House

68 Simpson Street, Beerwah 5494 6444 68 Pine Camp Road, Beerwah

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Your local Solicitors for 25 years

We provide a professional and cost effective Conveyancing Service Free perusal of your Contract by our staff before you sign Also taking instructions in most areas of law including: • Estates, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Advance Health Directives • Business and Commercial Law • Buying and Selling of Businesses • Family Law • Criminal and Traffic Law

9/68 Simpson Street, P O Box 273, Beerwah Q 4519 Ph: (07) 5494 6566 Fax: (07) 5494 0941 Email: beerwah@ktlaw.com.au

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This four bedroom, two bathroom home is perfect for entertaining. The interior is very spacious with 9ft ceilings throughout. The separate media / lounge room is a great addition to this house, you can close the cavity sliding doors and sit back and relax and watch a movie or you could possibly put a billiard table in there and turn it into a games room. The kitchen area is great and has lots of cupboards and bench space. For your convenience, the kitchen and the dining / lounge areas have been tiled and the bedrooms and media / lounge has been fitted with carpet. For your car storage needs there is a double remote garage with ample amount of room beside the house to build a shed if you wish. The fully fenced property is just over 1/2 an acre with a

new high roof entertaining area on the side of the house with plenty of room beside it for a marquee or two. If you’re thinking this house would be very expensive for electricity, think again. This property has been installed with new large solar panels on the roof which are big enough to put power back into the grid. As for the location, it is ideal being only a short drive into the Glass House Mountains Township and to the railway station. If you would like any information or you would like to book an inspection ring Kelvin Brady from Laurie Evans Real Estate Glass House Mountains on 0429 003 338.

A touch of class Imagine this, three spacious bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a separate library to relax and read, a spa to unwind in and so much more. This is the perfect house to have friends and family over for an extended stay as there’s so much space. This exceptional home offers the ability to host formal dinner parties to a laid back barbecue. This spacious 395 sq m brick rendered home in a quiet cul-desac in the Glasshouse Mountains, is positioned on the high side of the street amongst a manicured lawn and gardens. On entry you’ll see a formal lounge to the left, formal dining to the right; both rooms are elegant and separated from the casual living areas. The main bedroom is positioned at

one end of the home offering complete separation from the other bedrooms. At the other end of the home a large library separates the other two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The casual living, dining and functional timber kitchen make up most of the middle area of this wonderful home. Outside enjoy a spa in the enclosed area or relax in the covered areas overlooking the attractive gardens. A double lock up garage with extra high ceilings completes this surprise package. Owners have reduced the price considerably so they can move onto another project. $565,000 to inspect, please call Brad Collins, First National on 0427 946 411 to arrange your private viewing.

68 Simpson Street www.beerwahrealestate.com.au Beerwah www.beerwahrealestate.com.au

68 Simpson Street Beerwah 68 Simpson Street

Beerwah

Beerwah

5494 6444 5494 6444

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AUCTION MORTGAGE IN POSSESSION Mortgagee in Possession - Auction On Site 27th August 10am at Unit 4, 22 Turner Street, Beerwah Mortgage is in Possession, this will sell at auction. This modern 3 bedroom unit in only 1 of 5 situated in this complex in the heart of Beerwah. Leave the car in the garage and walk to the shops, doctor, transport etc. This is a quiet and peaceful address and being low set there is no hassle of having to climb up and down stairs. Inspect: Every Saturday until Auction 10.00 – 10.30 am Every Wednesday until Auction 5.00 – 5.30 pm 34

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• 3 Bed/1 Bath • Air conditioned • Close to All Amenities • Peaceful Location

• Low Set • Small Complex • Low Body Corp Fees

Contact: Brad Collins 0427 946 411 www.beerwahrealestate.com.au Ref no: 28585 www.gcnews.com.au


A to Z of Trades and Services Talkin’ Trades - Electrical service to the entire Sunshine Coast

Ph: 0410 448 250 - Landsborough

AU01246 / L002423

BSA # 615 068

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

Endorsed Antenna Installer

AH ICAL W R BEE CHAN CES ME SERVI

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

5494 0747

Where we specialise in customers not just cars

We make your television viewing a pleasure

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Automotive

Visit our website: www.glendonair.com

QBSA 1127008

Arctic au 22675

Ph: 5496 0300

AIR CONDITIONING

DRAGON AIR CONDITIONING

SUPPLY AND INSTALL INSTALLATION ONLY FREE QUOTES SPLITS & DUCTED SERVICE / CLEAN

Email: ja_ross@optusnet.com.au

YOUR SERVICE & MUFFLER SOLUTION

• A Grade Mechanic Lic. No. 6342

• Mechanical Repairs

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

TNT MOBILE MECHANICAL Honest, Reliable Mechanical Repairs & Servicing

0439 247 266

Terry Vost

BSA # 1132000 / L004114

Antennas / TV

Jeff & Ann Ross

Mobile: 0429 960 300

TO467

Pensioner Discounts

ABN 40450476515

rrum Service & Muffle u b r rs Bee

T0303

Ph: 0422 864 744

TO466

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

0434 090 197

T0303

Top Quality Servicing & Repairs on all cars & 4WD

• Brake & Clutch Repairs • Wheel alignments • Log Book Servicing • Front End Repairs • RWC Inspection Station

FREE COURTESY CAR NOW AVAILABLE

Shed 8/47, Beerwah Pde Beerwah

5494 0000

AUTO CARE

Mobile or Workshop

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

Mob: 0432 215 628 Ph: 5494 1222 Fax: 5494 1224 11 DYER STREET, LANDSBOROUGH

T0002

&

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

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BEERWAH ELECTRONICS PH: 5494 0466

21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH Fax: 5494 0416 Email: beertron@internode.on.net

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

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

G 25 YEARS STRON & STILL GROWING www.gcnews.com.au

TO576

Tellum Refrigeration & Airconditioning

Government

recognise the needs of each individual client. Our expertise ranges from residential to commercial and industrial installations and all workmanship on jobs is guaranteed.” NFL Electrical operates Monday to Friday from 6.00am to 6.00pm, with after-hours call-outs available. For more information phone Nathan on 0417 040 291.

TO472

7 Days

Airconditioning

and intercom system installations and solar grid connection, design and installation. Nathan has had 16 years experience in the trade and strives to provide a top quality, reliable, prompt and friendly service to each individual client. If you have problems after hours, Nathan offers after hours emergency call-outs. No job is too small or too big. Nathan says, “we are a very versatile company and

trucks cars earthmoving trailers

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

ALL AREAS

Andrew M 0407 146 626

T0427

Nathan of NFL Electrical is based in Mooloolah but is happy to drive to all locations on the Sunshine Coast and in the hinterland to undertake jobs for clients. The business offers free quotes, product information and advice on electrical services for all industrial, commercial and residential building A> works. B> Also, NFL Electrical offers phone and data cabling • and connections, gate automation

52 52 Peachester Peachester Rd Rd BEERWAH BEERWAH

5494 0944 Glasshouse Country News TO470

For all your advertising needs please call Cathy on 5438 7445

or email advertising @gcnews.com.au

The Reliable way to

advertise

week in, week out

* LOG BOOK SERVICING 10% Discount ALL MECHANICAL REPAIRS if you mention * Custom Exhaust Systems this ad! * Roadworthy’s * Brake Machining

NOW - RACQ Approved Repairer

Shed1/13 Moroney Place Beerwah

LOCALS

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A to Z of Trades and Services

Servicing all major cities and regional areas Australia wide

Bathroom

 Qld Company Lastest Technology Professional Technicians

SHOWERFIX

5492 9321

www.showerfix.com.au

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

• Unique Power Wall System Leo Kull • Design m 0409 646 048 • DNA Design sales@ljshopfitters.com.au • Project Management ljshopfitters.com.au • Professional

CARPENTER

UOTES

FREE Q

BSA Lic 1129044

Blinds, Awnings & Screens

Joel Preece 0422 255 820

Steam Cleaning

Extra rooms $10 each

3 -5 Average Rooms

$65

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

FREE CALL 1800 281 521 Cleaning

Carpenter

All carpentry work Renovations- Extensions Decks – Home Maintenance Ph: Saun 0424 550 057 or A/H 5492 9558

VINYL FLOOR CLEANING SPECIALIST

STRIP, SEAL, POLISH, SPRAY-BUFF

Phone Allen Thomas

Cabinetmakers

T0025

RESEAL • REGROUT • WATERPROOF NO TILES REMOVED

ACCREDITED CARPET CLEANERS

Lic# 1182297

LEAKING SHOWERS

Shopfitters with a difference

Mobile: 0417 781 167 Phone: 5496 9851

ABN 83 143 913 259 BSA Lic No. 49425

5494 6658 - 0418 151 231 TO013

ALL BRICK AND BLOCKWORK RETAINING WALLS - FIREPLACES - BIG/SMALL JOBS

License No 71591

BRICKLAYING - BOB KENNEDY

New Installations & Renovations

Joinery & Shopfitters

Builders / Carpenters

Over 35 years professional experience

CHRIS HALL BUILDERS

Insurance Repairs Small Jobs Welcome BSA Lic # 1018329

CALL YOUR LOCAL BUILDER QBSA 1155593

E dean@redbuilding.net.au

www.redbuilding.net.au

Director

SUPPORTING M T F E A

0417 045 062 (07) 5494 7117 (07) 5494 7543 redbuilding@bigpond.com 88 King Rd, Mooloolah QLD 4553

LOCALS

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EEes FRQuot SPECIAL RATES FOR LOCALS

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

FREE CALL 1800 281 521

Computing

Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals

5499 9926

TO488

COMPUTER SALES, SERVICE & SUPPORT For Home & Business Shop 2, 5 Peachester Road, Beerwah www.totalmicrosystems.com.au

Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm

ALL CLEAN Carpet Cleaning & Pest Control

NEED A QUALITY BUILDER? THINKING OF RENOVATING?

LOCALS

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

locally owned & family operated

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

Quality Services at Affordable Prices

Call 0429

468 805

for your FREE no obligation quote

*(conditions apply)

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

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

advertising @gcnews.com.au

5494 0398

MOOLOOLAH COMPUTERS Home & Business Sales & Service Website & Hosting

PH: GUS GILLESPIE 0405 125 662

Concreting Phillip Short Concrete

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

0412 234 240

(AH) 5494 6302

T0030

Phone Daniel 0414 417 148

Dean Parry

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

Carpet Cleaning

T0022

T0016

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

M 0417 045 062

5494 6500

Specialising in low pressure hand washing

Family Owned and Operated

REG BUILDER BSA LIC No 730134

Bathrooms Timber Decks Pergolas

QBSA 24630

Queenslander Specialists

Hale Carpet Cleaning

RENOVATION & HOME CONSTRUCTION

New Homes Extensions Renovations

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

Minimum Water Usage

T0588

T0015

Gold Card No.: 24113

5494 6794 or 0412 060 184

CUT & EDGE SERVICE AVAILABLE

20% OFF all bond cleans

T0019A

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

of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience

Ph 5439 0108

2/28 Biondi Crescent Fax 5439 0109 Beerwah Qld 4519 Email: knmkitchens@aapt.net.au

WATER WISE HOUSEWASHING

TO487

Bricklayers

TO378

Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083

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Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners

Licensed Contractor - BSA 1119033 ‘Local Guy, Local Quote’

Electrical

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

Your local Jim services all areas call 131546

41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra

5413 2500

www.jimsmowing.net

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

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

CONCRETOR Gold Card No 061792

www.gregsmallelectrical.com.au

EE S FROTE QU

0427 669 643

DAMS  ACREAGE  SPORTS OVALS  SCHOOLS

Terry Ottey 0418 199 466

Electricians Electrical Services Electrical Services ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD

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

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

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

TO043

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

* Installation * Air Conditioning * Split Systems

T0389

NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291

Lic. No. 70875

Lic: 66091

T0039

Ph 5492 9502 Mob: 0409 549 295

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

Ph Greg on 0418 741 145 or 5412 1425

Est. since 1983

Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural

TO441

T0347

Domestic, Commercial, Owner Builder, Rural & Industrial

Zedmere Pty Ltd

Wynne’s

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

Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282 www.gcnews.com.au

Lic 69821

Lic # 5582

ELECTRICIAN

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

Chad’s Cheap Mowing 0430 517 211

20 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough

0409 526 060

Phone 5494 8900

Servicing this area for the past 15 years

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

5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns www.firstcallfencing.com.au

email: matt@firstcallfencing.com.au QBSA LIC1139536

T0042

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

RURAL FENCING CONTRACTOR TJ Gaylard FREE QUOTES Specialising in: rural fencing, post driving, dog fencing Phone 0439 415 039

Jobs under $27,500 only

LOCALS

SUPPORTING LOCALS

0407 575 667

Lawn & Property Maintenance Call Rick

T0217

ABN 89 058 455 025

ALL DOMESTIC - COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL

T0037

Lic No 67745

Lic.4551 and Insured

Lawn Mowing Gardening Rubbish Removal Hedge Trimming

Fully Ins u Free Quo red tes

Pruning & Lopping Garden Clean Ups General Garden

Garages / Sheds

T0322

Jim: Beerwah

T0280

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

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

Fencing

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

Weed Problems?

Electrical contracting TO496

TO031

KEV’S MOWING

From Villas to Large Acreage Private – Commercial – Body Corporate Mob 0438 308513 AH 5494 9183 T0431

GREG GATTI All Concrete Work

Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed

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

ROBERT TREVISAN

PHONE: 0407 754 208

T0047

Darryl Johnson - 0415 954 195

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

TO491

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T0388

“All Aspects of Concreting”

Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured

T0392

Concreting cont.

Garden Maintenance

T0567

A to Z of Trades and Services

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

5497 2615

0427 120 955 www.kamconstructions.net.au

BSA Lic No 60108

Gas

KLM LP Gas Suppliers

5493 0493

L P G A S

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Nick & Steph Painting

Locksmiths

Local husband & wife painting team

Beerwah Locksmiths

7/60 SIMPSON ST beerwahlocksmiths.com.au

Marine Services

Call Nick or Steph 5439 0249 or 0438 152 049 nspainting@internode.on.net ABN 46 353 680 084

TO508

TO499

LOW COST GLASS REPLACEMENT

• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days • Free quotes: Call for the Best Price • Windows • Doors • Maintenance • Shower Screens • Security & Insect Screens MONTY’S GLASS & SECURITY 5493 0374 0439 875 031

Painting & Maintenance New Look Quality finish at the right price  Free Quotes  Pensioner Discounts

Jason 0417 400 421

TO500

Paving

PAVING CONTRACTORS

BSA Lic: L 1117342

Handyman Services

STEVE GASTALDIN

New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning

PAINTERS

Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126 HANDYMAN / HOME MAINTENANCE  ALL INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR WORK  PAINTING, TILING,CARPENTRY  ALL REPAIRS/LEAKS INC ROOF/GUTTERS  GREAT RATES, FREE QUOTES  FRIENDLY SERVICE CALL BRAD 0427 117 207

work up to $3300 only

Home Repairs, Painting, Yard Work & Mowing

HINTERLAND PEST CONTROL Supporting Environmentally Friendly Paint

Professional Painting Local Tradesman with 20 years Experience ABN 79 347 449 750

ANDREW 0423 107 716

TO509

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

• Tiling • Painting • No Job too small

Phone George 0487 424 223

QBSA 1147179

Landscaping

Contact Frank 0457 486 080 QBSA 1192667

B

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• PATHWAYS/STAIRS • UNIQUE GARDENS &

Do It Right Choose Brush Rite Painting 0420 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains

GARDEN FEATURES

David McIntyre

GRAHAM RENWICK

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

Ph: 0418 204 159

BEERWAH LANDSCAPING

TO506

Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425

TO511

Quality Workmanship

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

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

QBSA Act Licence No: 1155906

NEED A PAINTER?

a/h: 5494 0830

email: painter-decorator@hotmail.com

Glasshouse Country News cond. apply

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QUOTES

• Decks • Roofs PO BOX 257 Beerwah 4519 • Renovations • Domestic & Commercial PAINTING

ATER FEATURES

Ph 5438 7445 for more details

• New Homes • House Repaints • Roof Repaints

SH RIT E. eliminatepests@bigpond.com RU FREE

BEERWAH •W

• Cockroaches • Carpet Beetle • Lawn Weeds • Silver Fish • Bed Bugs

• Spiders • Pre-purchase • Rodents timber inspections • Fleas • Termite inspections • Ants • Chemical barriers/ reticulation

Fully Licensed and Insured

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

0404 479 187 or 5494 9336

GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY PEST CONTROL

Local Painters

TO551

• Carpentry & Joinery • Minor Cabinet Making • Plastering

Termites:

0407 946 061

Maintenance Tradesman 40 Years Experience

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FIRST

Home Maintenance

• PAVING & STONEWORK • RETAINING WALLS • DRIVEWAYS • POOL SURROUNDS • OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS

Pest Control

All Aspects of Painting Sunshine Coast including all Hinterland areas

No Job Too Small

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

BSA: 106 8977 LIC: PMT-0-11572

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

QBSA 1091741

ALL MAINTENANCE

QBSA 1009730

Painters T0055

Rick’s

BSA lic 1168923

T0065

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

Over 20 yrs exp

Quality workmanship • Premium paints • Free quotes

For all your advertising needs please call Cathy on 5438 7445

or email advertising @gcnews.com.au

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Blood, Sweat and Cheers

Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country

Beerwah Bulldogs Report

With the seniors finished for the season, the focus was back onto the juniors who played their last fixture games on the weekend. A couple of our teams have been lucky enough to make it through to the finals and we wish them all the best in the next couple of weeks. Our girls teams still are to play another couple of games and this weekend will see them play at Maleny High School on Saturday - U15 vs. Straddie at 12.00noon and U17 vs. Logan Brothers at 1.00pm. Junior Results – Under 11 Blue – Defeated Caboolture 38-12 Under 11 White – Lost to Maroochydore 20-12 Under 12 – Defeated Caloundra Under 13 – Defeated Caloundra 35-26 Under 14 – Lost to Caboolture 22-8 Under 15 – Lost to Kawana Under 15 Girls – Defeated Bundaberg 30-0 Under 17 Girls – Defeated Bundaberg 16-14 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

Fun, fitness and fabulous style Contributed by Wendy Stott

Two hundred enthusiastic and excited junior school students flooded onto the oval for the annual Glasshouse Country Christian College Prep to Year 3 Athletics’ Carnival. Students were brightly dressed in sporting house colours ready for a morning of fun and fitness. Tents were beautifully decorated and war cries were gustily shouted by the three sporting houses, signalling the beginning of the day’s competitions. Students competed in two sprint races, long jump and tug-of-war events before moving into teams for a variety of tabloid activities. Treasure was found in the Big Dig, chickens were slung, balls were kicked, water was relayed, moon hoppers bounced, tunnels were slithered through and an obstacle course was navigated.

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Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club Contributed by Judy Walker

Action from the Under 14 Game v Caboolture

Children were ready for lunch after all this action but were still bubbling with stories of the day. Points were scored for sportsmanship, enthusiasm and team cheering and support. The result was very close at the drinks break, but sporting house Zion pulled away during the second half of the morning and was victorious at the end of the day. The support of parents was fantastic with many leading teams and encouraging students enthusiastically. The tug-of-war was a favourite with the students and they were really excited when they had the opportunity to pull against their parents during one game. GCCC’s P and F provided a fantastic barbeque and helped to create a gala atmosphere and feed hungry children.

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If only getting your two front teeth was as easy as winning the tug-of-war

Alexis Jutila-Kern holds the mascot for the winning Zion team

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Monday, August 15 - the Ladies Pennant Team (teamed with Maleny) had a good day with wins against Maroochy Swan and Nambour Heights. Well done. Tuesday was just a social game with Eddie winning the raffle. Friday 3 Bowl Pairs was won by Eric Wood and Eileen Pierce, 2nd John Esdaile and Darren Black and 3rd Kev Jenner and Rob Hall. Saturday was the final of the Ladies Pairs with Gwen Henderson and Gloria Shaw handling the windy conditions best with a win over Eileen Pierce and Judy Walker. Well done girls. Kev Woodman won the Raffle (again). The Men’s 7th Div Pennant lost to Buderim on Saturday. Our next 2 Bowl Triples is on September 12. Teams on the board or call Judy on 5492 3932 or Eileen on 5494 7247.

Glasshouse Country Bowls Club Contributed by Trevor Bertram

In Rounds 5 and 6 of the Ladies’ Division 2 Pennant Competition last Tuesday, Glasshouse defeated Solander Lake 43/27. The return match at home on Wednesday resulted in our ladies again defeating Solander Lake 48/30. At this stage our ladies are undefeated in this year’s competition. Last Wednesday’s social games resulted in G Young, R Coxon and R Scullion 20 def P Jurd, D Sutherland and M Viterale 13, and M Dawes, N Dean and D Hume 23 def B DeClara, K White and R White 19. Thursday’s ‘Open Pairs’ was won by Lindsay Henderson and Bob Moss with two wins and 46 points. The runners-up were Bede Burton and Jack Timm with the highest score of 24 in game two. Round 6 of the 2011 Men’s Pennant Competition on Saturday resulted in Division 2 going down to Bribie Island (away) 50/65, Division 4 going down to Kilcoy (away) 34/51 and Division 5 defeating Caboolture Lakes (at home) 41/39. This week, Div 4 plays their last round against Bribie Island One (away) and Div 5 plays Bribie Island Two (at home). Coming Events:Saturday, August 27, 9.00am - Quarterly General Meeting. All members are requested to attend.

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Be snake aware

It’s starting to warm up again and snakes will start to be seen more often in and around backyards and bushland. Just the other day I had an encounter with a red-bellied black snake and a 2m long python in my backyard (plus a 20cm long centipede and a feisty blue tongue lizard) when weeding a very overgrown veggie patch. According to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, there are over 25 different species of snakes found in the Glasshouse Country area. The most commonly seen snakes are generally the most harmless – carpet python, common tree snake, and yellow-faced whip snake. However, Australia has many of the world’s most venomous snakes and some of them may be found in and around our area, including the eastern brown, red-bellied black and rough scaled snakes. Nowadays, snakes aren’t just bush creatures, they can be found in many suburban backyards as well. Of the dangerous snakes, the eastern brown snake is the most common. Red-bellied black snakes are frog-eaters and have become rarer since the introduction of the poisonous cane toad. Most victims of snakebites are those who have tried to kill or interfere with the animal. So the best advice from the experts is to leave them well alone, and walk the other way. Snakes will move considerable distances in search of food, shelter and a mate. Preventing them entering your yard is almost impossible, so reducing the risk of a snake bite is the best option.

Super Strawberry Round 7 With only one more week to go in the 2011 Super Strawberry Competition, Round 7 attracted some creditable entries, and was won by Paradise Fruits with a strawberry weighing 190 grams. To date there has been no serious challenge to the Round 1 winner Dieter Zellman from Wamuran, whose entry weighed 205 grams. However there is always the possibility that the 2011 champion is still out there, so good luck in the search for the big one this week.

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Carpet python To reduce the chances of a snake bite: remove rubbish piles and sheets of tin  providing shelter wear long trousers and protective footwear in  long grass (gum-boots are best) carry a torch outside at night;  wear sturdy leather gloves when gardening in  high risk areas get to know what species of snakes are found  in your area Don’t try and catch them or kill them – just let  them be. If you live in a bushy area, it’s a good idea to be familiar with snakebite first aid, including the proper use of compression bandages – just in case. Snakes are protected fauna under the Nature Conservation Act and cannot be taken from the wild. Keeping a snake requires a licence from the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. We live in a naturally blessed area, with an amazing array of native wildlife, and all our reptilian neighbours are just as important as the furry and feathered ones. Entries can be presented at the Coochin Creek Co-op any time during the week, and Round 8 will close on Friday, August 26 at 4.00pm. This is the final round, and the champion entry and grower will be announced at the Charity Sports and Spring Carnival, Saturday, August 27 at the Beerwah Sports Ground. The prize for the overall winner is a dinner for two donated by Beerwah Hotel. Thanks to the Beerwah Hotel and the staff at Coochin Creek Fruitgrowers Co-op for supporting the 2011 Super Strawberry Competition, and thanks to all the growers and pickers who have participated. Now ... may the best strawberry win!

with James Ashby Marketing and PR Manager, Gowinta Farms A recent pineapple meeting held by Tropical Pines in Beerwah, saw industry leaders discuss the increasing threat of fresh pineapple imports from Malaysia. It's left growers from the Sunshine Coast to North Queensland concerned, after the Government first flagged the free trade agreement. The threat not only has the potential of major job losses, but Malaysia’s pineapple industry is riddled with 'Ghost Disease'. 'Ghost Disease' is a bacteria that rots the fruit internally, forcing the fruit to ferment, swell and explode (mainly at night). Spores are spread simply by wind and insects, effecting large areas of crop within a short period of time. Worse still, there's no method of eradicating the disease once a crop is affected. Australian growers have rebuilt consumer confidence in the fresh pineapple market with new hybrid varieties. The guarantee to consumers of a sweet, all year round fruit. The gross value in production of Australian pineapples at the farm gate is currently estimated at $79 million ($13 million processed, $66 million fresh) and is steadily increasing at a rate of 10 per cent annually. South East Queensland makes up 50 per cent of Australia's pineapple industry, followed by 40 per cent in Yeppoon and 10 per cent in North Queensland. Australian growers have a committed to increasing plant numbers to cope with the steady improvement to the fresh market varieties, yet Labor's State and Federal Government appear to have no concern for the loss at stake. While pineapples aren't an essential commodity, they make up an integral part of farming in Queensland, and in particular the Sunshine Coast. The question has to be asked who our State and Federal Governments aim to protect - Australian or foreign farmers?

Photo credit Sujin Jetkasettakorn

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Treatment: Dr Robyn administered Sonic with pain relief and fluids, and he was kept nice and warm with the coloured heat bags seen in the photos. His beak lacerations were cleaned and sutured.

Transported to: The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital by Cory and James from the Australia Zoo Rescue Unit.

Future: Sonic is now in the care of a registered echidna carer, and will remain with her for the next couple of months Veterinary Assessment: X-rays revealed until he is fully healed and ready to be released back into the wild. Sonic was suffering from a fractured beak, as well as a swollen foot and AZWH Statistic: Almost 20% of all patients a cut on one of his toes. He also had admitted so far this year have been grazes and cuts on his face, as well as victims of a car hit - please drive carefully! several damaged quills.

Visit our website www.wildlifewarriors.org.au to donate to injured wildlife like Sonic. Call the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital on 1300 369 652 for all wildlife emergencies. 1094 Steve Irwin Way, Glasshouse Mtns

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