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Glasshouse Country News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 - 2012. VOLUME 27-24

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n Friday night after work we headed down to the Big Night Out at Beerwah State School, and as you can tell by the photos in our Out and About on page 22 there was everything you would expect to see at a school fete and more. Not having children means that going along to these type of events isn’t something that I do very often, but I have to say it seemed to offer something for everyone. I reckon while we were there – just on twilight, the ladies on the ‘Glowies’ stall were very popular. All the kids wanted to have something attached to them that would blink on



This Week in GCNews

Local news............................. 3-8 Community news.................. 9-11 School news............................ 12 You said it............................... 12 Doing business........................ 13 Elected Reps........................... 14

Churches................................ 16 Noticeboard............................ 16 Dine In / Take Out............... 18-19 Health beauty & wellbeing........ 20 Environment............................ 21 Happenings........................ 22-23


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Saturday, October 27

Bush Dance Bonanza will be held at the Peachester hall from 5.00pm until late. The ‘Bush Rats’ will be performing live, there will be a barbeque dinner and a licensed bar as well as a multi draw raffle. This is an affordable night out for the family and is a fundraiser for the Peachester State School. Tickets are family pre-purchase $20.00 on the night $25.00, single pre-purchase $5.00 and $10.00 at the door. Tickets available from the school, the Peachester Fruit Shop and the Beerwah Newsagency.

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Information session for Scouts at Mooloolah, will be held from 6.30pm at the Mooloolah Community Centre, 43 Bray Road, Mooloolah. For more information contact Suncoast Region Commissioner, Russell Lindsay on 0466 275 090 or rc@suncoast.qld. or Mooloolah Community Centre 0400 685 685.

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Step Into Prep Session at the Landsborough State School from 9.00am - 10.00am. The 2013 Prep students are invited to come along and experience school life (they can even dress in their school uniform if they want to.)

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and off or light up. My absolute favourite was the multi coloured plastic laser rings which each projected different colours from individual fingers! And because it is at night, the event seemed to attract what I guess were former students to come along and hang out with their mates looking ‘cool’ which they seemed to like. And the parents were able to chill out with some tasty donuts and fairy floss, sit back and enjoy the live music. Thumbs up to the organisers - they should be congratulated – fun and fundraising at its best!

Empowered from Pain. You are invited to hear Garry Little, The author of ‘Shattering the Pain Myth: how you can live a pain free life now’ speak about how to live a pain free life by addressing the true cause of pain, stiffness and injury. The session will be held at the Beerwah Library from 2.00pm 3.30pm. Bookings essential, phone 5494 0221.

Car Wash - Support your local women’s roller derby league and have your car washed on between 8.00am and 2.00pm in Mooloolah opposite the Stockfeed Shop. The cost is only $10.00 per car and there will also be a sausage sizzle and face painting.

Trivia Night at the Glasshouse Country RSL from 7.30pm. The event is for adults only; tickets are $10.00 per person and must be prepaid. A light supper will be served halfway through the night. For bookings, phone 5496 9774.

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Still hanging on the line By Greg Brown

Back in May, GCNews brought you a story on an application for a new mobile phone tower at Jefferys Road, Glass House Mountains. At the same time, Telstra had another project to make improvements to an existing facility at the Beerwah water reservoir between Tower Lane and Carnarvon Drive. The original application for the Tower Lane development saw Telstra wanting to erect a 30m tower and move the existing antennas onto this new pole. However, due to concerns that the 30m pole would be visible from the surrounding areas, Telstra agreed to reduce the height of tower to 20m to lessen the visual impact. Although the allowed height is 20m, Telstra’s application documents show that the total height of the pole and antennas will be 21.4m.

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“Given our mix of communities spread around undulating country, we desperately need improvements to the mobile phone and data network across the region. “I'm sure that our many home-based businesses and relatively isolated residents in Division 1 feel the sooner they finish, the better for everyone,” Cr Baberowski said. So, it’s been a couple of months now since the applications were finally approved and locals have been asking ‘how long do we have to wait now before we see some action on the ground?’ GCNews has asked Telstra, how long it would be before works commenced on the two sites? Also when would locals see the facilities functioning so they can finally receive mobile phone reception similar to that which our coastal cousins have come to expect as normal? However, at the time of going to print, Telstra had not responded to our enquiries. Possibly they couldn’t get through to our mobile phones, seeing that we have absolutely no functional coverage here at our Coonowrin Road office – just 200m from the town centre.



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Despite this, Council approved the application with amendments allowing that the ‘… monopole must not exceed 20m …’ – a change from the original condition wording of ‘… telecommunications tower must not exceed 20m …’, thus consent to the total facility exceeding the original allowable height.

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We spoke to Cr Baberowski about the applications. “As reluctant as we all are to accept the towers that go with mobile technology, now that the applications are approved, I’m looking forward to Telstra getting on with the job,” he said.


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Auction last resort for Mooloolah club Draft Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme 2012 ON PUBLIC DISPLAY 19 October to 14 December Council’s Draft Planning Scheme will help ensure our region can support growth while remaining a great place to live, work and play. If you own property on the Sunshine Coast, the new planning scheme may affect you—so be sure to visit council’s website or a display, learn more about the draft plan and have your say on this blueprint for our future. The new planning scheme will help council manage land use and development across the region in a sustainable way by: • creating a diverse economy that encourages investment and jobs • preserving and enriching our unique towns, villages and neighbourhoods • preparing for growth in new communities • protecting our natural environment. This is a plan for the entire Sunshine Coast— and we look forward to receiving your comments and feedback about this historic rst plan for our region.

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As previously reported in GCNews, the Mooloolah Valley Country Club ran itself into serious financial difficulties and on January 20, 2012 was ordered by the Supreme Court to be placed into liquidation with Morton’s Solvency Accountants being the appointed liquidators. A sale of the property and gaming machine entitlements by expression of interest in June this year failed to deliver a successful result, and so the liquidators are now taking the club to an onsite auction on November 8. A report issued by the liquidator establishes the total amount owed to creditors as $709,512, with $37,596 worth of assets able to be identified. The bulk of this figure is owed to the ANZ bank (approximately $400,000); with the remainder being superannuation owed to staff and liabilities to unsecured creditors – including more than 10 local Glasshouse Country businesses. Add to this the estimated liquidator costs of over $115,000 and the auction will have to realise almost $800,000 to clear all debts off the books. Morton’s have called a meeting of creditors to be held on November 2 at the Caloundra Power Boat Club, Golden Beach to discuss matters regarding the liquidation and the auction. On September 28, 2011 Brisbane accounting firm Williams Hall Chadwick (also known as Williams and Partners Pty Ltd) issued the Mooloolah Valley Country Club with a ‘creditors demand for payment of debt’ relating to a total of $41,110.51. They are also owed another debt for $6,788.51. The club had stopped trading in the same month, and prior to that was making a continued loss (a loss of $49,011.96 was found by the liquidators for the period July 1, 2011 to January 20, 2012. During this period, the committee would have known that they could not meet their outgoing commitments. In fact, on November 1, 2011 the committee sent creditors a letter asking them to hold off on proceeding with any debt reclamation activities.

As the club was unable to pay, Williams and Partners Pty Ltd applied to the Supreme Court to have the club wound up and liquidated – an application which was granted in January 2012. The court appointed liquidator – Gavin Morton from Morton’s Solvency Accountants – investigated the affairs of the club, and found that their liabilities far out stripped their assets. According to the liquidators report to the creditors, Mr Morton found grounds that the club had been trading insolvent under Section 286 of the Corporations Act 2001. However, Mr Morton notes that the Committee are not personally liable for the debts of the club (under provisions of the Associations Incorporations Act 1981). It was Mr Morton’s opinion this also appears to extend to any liability in relation to insolvent trading. However, Mr Morton stated that ‘my investigations into this area have been limited’. This statement is qualified further in another section of the document when Mr Morton reports he was advised that ‘the previous management of the Club had not kept the records of the Club in a proper manner and reconciliations of accounts had not been done on a regular basis’. A questionnaire Mr Morton put to the Committee members threw some light onto why the Club failed so dramatically. Mr Morton reports that a Mr Boustead advised him that the failure of the Club was due to “bad management, both deliberate and accidental, by committees and staff over several years.” A claim of employee theft was also made in the report, although no details were given. However, it can be assumed to be significant as it was a view of the Committee that the theft was a factor in the failure of the Club. No information was provided as to whether a Police report was made or if an investigation was undertaken. In another astounding discovery, Mr Morton found that the Committee at the time made no insurance claim for the theft, even though the Club maintained a policy which provided up to $500,000 coverage.

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Similarly, Mr Morton found that the Committee failed to make an insurance claim for the damage to the Club resulting from a break-in through the roof in April 2011. Following an insurance claim by Mr Morton as the liquidator, he was able to do what the Committee had ignored – and claimed a total of $21,414.45 from the policy. In an attempt to realise a return for the creditors, Mr Morton had the property valued and appointed McGee’s Property to market the property and associated assets for sale by expression of interest. Three expressions were received, with a contract for sale being signed with one bidder on August 1, 2012. The price offered must have been considerable, as Mr Morton reports that the purchase price was enough to cover all the liquidation and selling costs, as well as paying all creditors 100 cents in the dollar.

After seeing Glasshouse Challengers successfully lose 500kg and share $4,000 in prizes, Beerwah residents now have their very own Weight Loss Challenge says Weight Loss Coach Anita Cassidy. Run over eight weeks, the popular course teaches how to make healthy food and living choices plus gives participants a personal evaluation, body analysis, meal planning and a personal weight loss coach to help them. “While Beerwah Challengers are just getting started, the Glasshouse Challenge is heading into the final week and the leaders have now lost between seven and 10kg,” Anita says. “We have a tight battle to win the prize money, with contestants planning on buying some new, smaller, clothes if they win!” The Challenge costs just $39.00 for the whole eight weeks and the prize kitty is shared between the three people who lose the most weight. Register now for the next Challenge starting Thursday November 1 at Glasshouse Mountains Neighbourhood Centre. Phone 5496 0582 or Business feature

But during the due diligence period, the purchaser identified issues revolving around the uncertainty of a hotel/tavern development being approved by Council at Mooloolah, and uncertainty regarding Council allowing a rezoning of the property. The purchaser asked for a 60 day extension of the due diligence; however Mr Morton decided to only offer them a 30 day extension. No explanation was tendered by Mr Morton as to the reasons for his decision. Consequently, the buyer pulled out of the contract on September 20, 2012. No information is given in the report as to whether Mr Morton attempted to negotiate with any of the other potential buyers. Which all leads to the expectant on-site auction set down for November 8, where creditors trust that this sorry state of affairs will finally come to an end.

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Mooloolah performing our arts off

There is much anticipation as Mooloolah awaits the next Mooloolah Performing Our Arts Off night to be held at the public hall on Saturday, November 3. This light-hearted event will once again showcase a diverse range of local emerging and established performers, including musicians, dancers, actors and more. All ages are encouraged to participate. Young talent will be highlighted, with the first hour mainly dedicated to performances by school age and younger performers, followed by other groups and solo acts. Headline performances include ‘Sulco’ and ‘Miss Marie’. People are encouraged to get creative with their dress to be in the running for the best shoes and hat prize. Event coordinator, Natasha Odgers, said that following the great success of the first talent night, the event will continue to present local talent and build a sense of community. “The night gives an opportunity for people in the area to perform for one another and build people’s connection with the community,” she said. “We also want to uncover undiscovered local talent and give new artists confidence in taking the first step to put their creative talents out there.” Acts of all talents and ages can register beforehand or turn up on the night. Audience members can either book seats or just come along. Entry is by donation and everyone is in the running for the lucky door prize. There will be a cosy kid’s corner plus adult creativity in the audience with drawing and games. Nachos will be new to the menu, along with hot dogs, lamingtons, tea, coffee, juice and soft drinks for sale. The event kicks off from 5.30pm and runs to 9.00pm at the Mooloolah Hall, Bray Road. For more information contact Natasha 0418 720 515 and Local performers show their talents in find the event on Facebook. Mooloolah (photographer: Bibi Stanfield)



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Photographic talents on show Mooloolah local, Katrina Hagan and former Glass House Mountains local Astrid Stevensen are part of a group of 15 Certificate IV in Photography, Nambour TAFE students who will be presenting a fun-filled Photographic Exhibition at the Palmwoods Hotel on Thursday, November 1. Throughout the year, the students have gained skills in subjects such as studio, lighting, camera prac, digital and design. The evening will kick off at 5.00pm and will showcase a collection of their best work. Their chosen charity to support on the evening is Smartpups. They specialise in training and placement of service dogs for children with development disabilities. Katrina said the class appreciates the Palmwoods Business and community for supporting this event. “They especially wish to acknowledge Palmwoods Heritage Community Bank, Palmwoods Veterinary Clinic and Print & Copy Printers for their generous sponsorship of this very worthwhile cause,” she said. “We have all worked hard this year and the exhibition is a great way to finish the year and show off our work to family, friends and the community,” Katrina said. Come along and support the creativity of these emerging artists.

At Palmwoods Hotel is Smartpups trainer Becky Thomas, Flynn and Caddie, with students Katrina Hagan and Astrid Stevensen

Authors get support they need Writing can be a lonely pastime, so events like the Celebration of Books next weekend in Maleny are a wonderful opportunity to share your ideas, inspirations and challenges. Members of our vibrant literary community are revelling in the opportunity to gather together to discuss books, read books, buy books and celebrate books. After this fabulous experience it’s so important to keep the momentum going so all that inspiration and enthusiasm acts as fuel in the tanks for the writer’s journey to get the book completed. Local authors are lucky that they have help on hand right here in the hinterland, and can access the knowledge and support they need to create their masterpiece. Landsborough book coach and editor Alex Mitchell is quietly working to empower authors all over the coast through her one-to-one coaching as well as group workshops. Alex walks authors step-by-step through the book writing process, from planning the book’s structure, clarifying the message and finding the


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Creating a local artist trail A meeting was held in Glasshouse Mountains in September to explore the possibility of starting a Glasshouse Artists Trail. The enthusiastic artists who attended have decided to set a target for next year while continuing to find more artists to be involved. We welcome practitioners in all art forms, so


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Joan’s a Legend

Real Time Ultrasound want to see your muscles? Real time ultrasound (or RTUS) is a non invasive technology which allows imaging of the deep muscles that have a supportive function around joints. Most commonly we can utilise RTUS around muscles of the low back, abdomen, hip, pelvic floor, and shoulder. Weakness in these deep stabilisers is a common problem following pain and injury. To minimise recurrence assessment of this and strength retraining is important to minimise development of recurrent chronic dysfunction. It is high frequency sound waves that the ultrasound generates which is reconstructed to provide an image of these deeper tissues. This visual representation is extremely helpful for assisting in retraining the patient to ‘switch-on’ and activate the correct muscle as you can’t ‘trick the machine’. So RTUS is commonly used in treating: • Low back pain • Pelvic/hip pain and instability • Post surgery (back, abdomen, shoulder, and hip) • Incontinence For more information please call 5494 1977 to discuss ultrasound as a treatment option. Landsborough Physiotherapy is located at shop 2 / 3 Maleny Street, Landsborough. Business feature

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Beerwah Ladies Golf is very pleased to announce that Joan Harvey has become the second ‘Legend of Beerwah Golf’. Joan joined the club in 1970 and by 1971, had begun volunteering on the Committee. She first took on the role of Secretary, which she held for eight years, then became Vice Captain for two years. Joan then stepped up to be Captain for seven years from 1986. Joan also served time on the Management committee as House Director and Vice President. Whilst working for the club, Joan still had time to play some pretty mean golf. She won the C Grade Championship in 1976, 2004, 2005, and 2008. Joan also won the B Grade Championship in 1997 and 1998, and along with her great golfing buddy, Val Shaw, won the Ladies Foursomes in 1987. Joan also won the Mixed Foursomes in ’88, ’90 and ’93; and the Beerwah Cup in ’93. To top all that off, Joan has also scored the Holy Grail of golf, a Hole in One. Even after 40 years, Joan is still actively involved in helping our club. She works on the Seniors Committee and currently holds the position of President. Joan’s dedication was recognised in 2007 when she was awarded Life Membership by the club. Joan became great mates with our Club Professional, John Mellish, soon after his arrival and served as his Assistant for a time, something she will still do today if the need arises. The best illustration of Joan’s dedication to Beerwah Golf Club and its future can be seen

Beerwah Golf Club Legend Joan Harvey with John Mellish in her most significant position, that of Junior Coordinator. Over the 30 odd years Joan has been in this position, she has taught many Juniors not only the mechanics of the game, but the etiquette and honesty which go hand in hand with success in the game. We are indebted to Joan for her tireless efforts over the years to make our club the best it can be and hope she continues to be an active member for many years to come. Congratulations Joan on being a true ‘Legend of Beerwah Golf’.



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Community News Local calendar now on sale The Rotary Club of the Glass House Mountains has just released their 2013 calendars and even after nine years the quality of the images is still fabulous. These great images are the result of passionate local photographers who combine their photographic skills with their love of our local area to capture these moments in time. The images that are included in the calendar are the result of a competition and are chosen by internationally recognised photographer Colin Beard and Glasshouse Country News editor Lea Parkes. The front cover image is chosen as part of the people’s choice competition and this year’s winner was Rob Hill with his photo called ‘Mt Coonowrin Standing on Guard’.

Sunday, October 28 The Beerwah /Peachester RSL will be holding their general monthly meeting from 9.00am for 9.30pm start, all Sub-branch members welcome to attend.

Wednesday, October 31 Congratulations to the other talent photographers who include Trina Haylock, Ilia Starkovsky, Dell Simpson, Kathy Hill, Alison Campagnolo, Carol Crystal, Debby Orr, Jane Connolly and Ron Gillinder. The calendars are on sale at all the usual outlets, just look for this sign in their windows.

Songs that changed the world By Michael Whiticker Our next session of the Glasshouse Mountains Musos Club on Thursday, October 25 at Beerwah RSL is a theme night – ‘Songs that changed the world!’ Come along and sing us songs that reflect this theme for you. Was Redgum’s ‘I was only 19’, or Dylan’s ‘The times they are a changing’ one of them? Or perhaps Paul Kelly’s ‘From little things big things grow’ or Helen Reddy’s ‘I am woman’? Performers and lovers of song are welcome to join us for this special night. The theme was inspired by a program with a title similar to this which appeared on Radio National recently.

It discussed the role that popular music played in the 60s, heralding the dramatic changes taking place in western society at the time. Songs mentioned include those of Dylan and the Kinks ‘Well respected man’, the Rolling Stones ‘Under my thumb’ and songs from The Who among others. I’m sure we could come up with our own list, and not just from the 60’s. Yours might even include songs that changed your world! As always ‘theme nights’ are treated very loosely and we welcome anyone to get up and do their own thing - and yes, I am sure that song you have just written might just change the world! Give its first airing with us.

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In 1993 Peter Herbert started as Chaplain at Beerwah State High School on one and a half days per week mentoring and helping the school community. Over 10 years, financial support from the Glasshouse Country Community for Chaplain Justin Evans grew and grew until in 2006 there were enough funds for full time chaplaincy at the High School. Since 2007 Mike Turner has been the full time Chappy and now heads up a team of four Chaplains. Recently Chairman of the Local Chaplaincy Committee Mrs Glenda McSwain welcomed three new Chappies to care for Glasshouse Country Community. Lynda Whysall is the new Chaplain for Landsborough on a Wednesday and Thursday and at Beerwah State School on Monday and Tuesday. Lynda said she is most looking forward to networking with the schools and local community groups to bring support and encouragement to the children, families and staff in the community. Andy Taylor will be based at Glass House Mountains Primary School every day in Term 4 and at least two days a week next year. Andy said he loves when he puts a smile on the kid’s faces and makes their day brighter, and also when a teacher feels more accepted and valued.

Musical delight

In November the Beerwah State High School Performing Arts Complex will play host to two spectacular variety concerts to raise money for the local Chaplaincy program. There will be two concerts with completely different entertainment. At 10.30am on Thursday, November 1, the ‘Morning Melodies’

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Some of the 14 monks in both shows, Barbara Leach, Lorraine Bradshaw, Ann Thurston and Don Clarke

Beerburrum will have their own Chappy, Mrs Donna Turner, who will be there from Tuesday to Friday each week. Donna said she loves working with kids and supporting them in school and with personal issues. Chairman of BSH LCC Mrs Glenda McSwain asked 1993 foundation member Pam Innes, “did you ever think that in 20 years Chaplaincy in Glasshouse Country would have expanded to four Chaplains?” “Not really, however Chaplaincy has grown so much because the need for care and help is so great,” she replied. Thank you Glasshouse Country Community for your continued support to help Chaplains make a difference in the lives of many people in our area.

Chaplains Andy, Donna, Lynda and Mike

concert will feature what can only be described as plenty of mayhem and laughter and will include a six-year-old pianist who has to be seen to be believed. Tickets are $15.00 and include a light lunch. At the evening concert on Friday, November 2 ‘Another Opening another Show’ the organisers have invited some top artists from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. These include Elizabeth Hood and Neil Booth, Bev Gourlay and Aart Schouten. Tickets are $20.00 and includes finger food; drinks will also be able to be purchased on the night. The concert will kick off at 6.30pm. Chaplaincy Chair, Glenda McSwain said you can be assured of enjoyment at both shows and the support given to our local Chaplaincy will be greatly appreciated. Tickets can be purchased at the Beerwah Branch of the Commonwealth Bank.

What a Scream

Contributed by Pauline Clarke, Publicity Officer Glasshouse Country View Club On Wednesday, October 17, nearly 50 members and friends, including the Quota Club of Maleny, attended our monthly meeting where we were entertained by John Major, the runner up in the Seniors Super Star competition. John is a bush poet and his poems were hilarious, and in some instances, quite raunchy. This man really has a gift for taking the audience on a raucous ride through bush, farmlands and family life. Next month we are asked to remember Poverty Week which runs from November 14 to 20. The next View Club get together will be for the Melbourne Cup to be held in Club Glasshouse on Tuesday, November 6 from 9.30am. The cost is $25.00 which includes morning tea and a two-course lunch. It will be a fun-filled day with sweeps and barefoot bowling. Everyone is welcome; for catering purposes please phone Joy on 5439 9049 or Lydia on 5438 7894.

John Major in full flight Anyone interested in joining the View Club please phone Joy or Lydia who will be pleased to supply any further information about the club. Anyone can check out the View Club on their website View clubs are a valued part of the Smith Family which is a national, independent children’s charity committed to helping disadvantaged Australian children by unlocking opportunities through education and support.

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Presentation to Cancer Council You Members from the Charity Sports Committee and the Beerwah Lions Club gathered last week to present a cheque for $23,500 – proceeds from the 41st Beerwah Charity Sports – to Cancer Council Queensland. Committee secretary Trudy Long presented the cheque to Vicki James, CCQ Business Development Manager. On behalf of the Committee, Chairman Bruce Page would like to thank all those local residents, businesses and community groups who supported the 2012 Charity Sports and helped to make this excellent result possible. These funds will assist Cancer Council Queensland with their efforts in the fields

Rescue on Mt Ngungun

Glasshouse Country SES Contributed by Dave Erbacher On Sunday, October 21, the Glasshouse Country SES Group was called at 8.30am to assist a 27-year-old female who had slipped whilst descending Mt Ngungun. Ambulance Control advised that the person had sustained a sprained ankle which may involve a possible break. They had a crew on the way, the AGL helicopter had been activated and the SES was requested to provide assistance. Sandra from Strathpine, was accompanied by her husband Luke up the mountain and slipped on loose dirt on the return trip.

of research, patient support and equipment. Planning is already underway for next year’s Charity Sports day which will be held on Saturday, August 24 at the Beerwah Sports Ground.

60th Wedding Anniversary

Local couple, Alan and Elaine Jackson, of Bell Road, Glass House Mountains recently celebrated their Diamond Wedding Anniversary. The occasion was marked with a family luncheon at the Petrie home of their daughter, Mrs Jo-ann Shirley, and was attended by their three children and partners and eight grandchildren. Congratulatory messages were received from H.M. The Queen, The Governor General, Prime Minister, State Governor and local M.P.'s. The couple will further celebrate the event on a cruise to New Zealand on the Sea Princess later in the year.

An SES crew was assembled and on arrival at the scene, the Beerwah Ambulance crew (Grant, and trainee Bree) were on hand and the AGL helicopter had already lowered a paramedic to an adjacent area higher up the mountain. Rather than wait a short while for the SES stretcher, the patient was assisted with support either side to enable her to hop approximately 30 metres up the mountain to the usual evacuation point and subsequently winched up to the helicopter and conveyed to Nambour Hospital. SES Group Leader Robert Barry thanked the crew of Louise, Tarra, Dave, Brett, Roger and Tim for turning out in response to the call for assistance. Beerwah Camping


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School News World Teacher's Day

This Friday, October 26, is World Teacher's Day. Landsborough State School wishes to acknowledge their wonderful teaching staff and say thanks for educating and inspiring our students every single day. We are proud to have a team of dedicated, talented and experienced teachers, who all help our students to be the best they can be. The teachers at Landsborough deserve to be celebrated as they make our school the wonderful learning place that it is. Their efforts make a vital contribution not only to our school, but to the entire local community. Teaching can often be a thankless job. Remember World Teacher's Day and show your appreciation to your teacher on Friday.

Students Eli, Jesse, Mia and Daniel say thanks to their teacher, Trish Peatey

Drum, drum, drumming along By Sally Maxwell Music Teacher Recently the community of Beerwah was treated to a very special performance of African Drumming at the ‘Night of Arts’ at Beerwah State School’s Centenary Hall. The students of Beerwah have been studying West African drumming throughout term 3 which culminated in a performance at the arts evening. The students performed on African djembe drums and sang a traditional call and response song lead by Year 7 students. They performed with confidence and impact to the delight of the audience.

Contributed by Belinda. Co-ordinator After School Care It always amazes me how generous the Mooloolah Valley Community can be to each other. That is what brings a small town close and creates feelings of belonging to a bigger family than just your own. In this community there are a lot of businesses who help clubs and not-for-profit organisations. Mooloolah Pharmacy helps many of these organisations every year. If it wasn’t for this assistance we wouldn’t be able to provide our children with the quality of being able to access new technology and new equipment when they are in our care. Last year the generosity of Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy and Ruth allowed Mooloolah After School and Vacation Care to purchase a flat screen television, a DVD player and a Wii console for the children to use, by giving a grant of $1,000.00 to us. The children are ecstatic that they don’t have to sit around a tiny television to see a movie now, and they are all interactively dancing their lives away to ‘Just Dance’ on the Wii. Our Many Thanks go the Mooloolah Valley Pharmacy from all the children and staff.

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Business Buzz with Vanessa Rumble The team at Café Au Lait have a big day planned for Melbourne Cup. They will be going all out with lucky door prizes, sweeps, raffles, best dressed and best hat competition and of course they will have a TV for the race telecast. They will still be doing their normal menu but have decided to add to the glamour of Melbourne Cup with a high tea that they will be serving for $25.00 a head, ($15.00 deposit required). Bookings are essential phone 5439 0357. Fitness Matters celebrated the opening of the second gym at Mooloolah last weekend by holding an open day, which created plenty of interest from Mooloolah locals and saw plenty of the Beerwah members going along to show their support. Beerwah Club Manager, Andrea Poole said “the day was just fabulous and we are really appreciative of the support shown to us from the local community.” Both Clubs have now got 24/7 access in place and they’re looking forward to seeing the benefits this will bring for their members. If you are planning on heading to Meat City at Caboolture don’t be surprised if you can’t find them – as of Wednesday, October 24 they have moved to Morayfield. They will have bigger and better premises at Dickson Market, Dickson Road, opposite Aldi at Morayfield. The shop is open from 7.30am, seven days a week, and is open until 4.00pm on Saturday and 3.00pm on Sunday. You can check out their specials for next week in their ad on page 14. Beerwah Flowers and Gifts are looking great in their new home on the corner of Turner Street and Peachester Road at Beerwah. While they still have some of their stock in the windows in Simpson Street the move to the new shop has been completed. In store, you will still find their great range of fabulous fresh flowers and plants as well as a great range of gifts, accessories, candles, cards, and helium balloons they have always carried. At this time of year, many local ladies also know that owner Sue Neilsen also carries an excellent range of fascinators with a big enough variety to match everyone’s Melbourne Cup outfit. Congratulations to Diane Ford from Smart Learn Training and Development at Landsborough, which is a finalist in the Sunshine Coast Excellence in Business Awards. Smart Learn’s achievements have been recognised in the Technology, Knowledge and Development Category. The business has been established for 11 years, and starting out teaching the internet to home users. Over the years they have dramatically expanded the business to include a wide range of training and certificate courses. Their current premises are just a couple of doors up from the IGA at Landsborough. If you would like to know more about what they offer, check out their website at Most locals will know the name Moroney’s Landscape Supplies which has been located in Beerwah’s industrial area, just near the Golf Course for many years. The owners who purchased the business two years ago also own Coastal Landscape Supplies at Kunda Park. They have recently relocated the Beerwah business to their Kunda Park premises. So while you will not be able to go down to their Beerwah yard and pick up small amounts of supplies, you will be able to get your supplies delivered by phoning your order through or doing it online.

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Are Recurring Headaches Controlling Your Life? Are headaches robbing you of the life you deserve? Day after day of missing out on things you deserve, or just being miserable, irritable and looking much older than you really are? Recurring headaches are not normal! While headaches are terribly common, they are NOT normal. The normal condition of the human body is vibrant and healthy...not tired and painful! Pain is our body’s alarm system that something is wrong. So – if you often say “It feels like my head is in a vice”, or “I’ve had migraines since puberty,” or “My neck and shoulders are always tight and tense,” and you just want to go and lie down - then pay close attention now. Four major causes of headaches are dehydration, stress, food intolerance, and neck subluxations. And each of these causes has a path to relief. The most little known is neck subluxation. Can This Help Your Headaches? Subluxation is the term chiropractors use to describe ‘dysfunctional’ vertebrae in the spine. Upper neck subluxations very commonly cause ‘Cervicogenic Headaches’. This type of headache presents with neck stiffness and pain at the base of your skull, which can sometimes radiate through to your eyeballs. Drugs can reduce the symptoms (turn off the body’s alarm) for a while, but they do not correct the cause – and the symptoms return. Many studies have shown the benefits of treating the neck subluxations of headache sufferers, including the Boline and Duke Studies. If you are having headaches – something is wrong. Chiropractic is a safe and effective form of healthcare that treats a major cause of headaches, the Subluxation. Call Adjust to Life Chiropractic today to find out if your headaches are a good fit for our very successful Headache Relief Program. Beerwah – 5494 0499 or Maroochydore – 5443 4545. Business feature OCTOBER 24 2012 |

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Surrounding residents have been letter dropped about the draft master plan which shows how the sports grounds can expand to include future new sports fields and recreational trails. This long-term plan is the result of a close collaboration of the clubs, management and council. View the draft Master Plan by accessing the ‘have your say’ section of council’s website.

Council Cabs extended to Beerburrum I am delighted to advise Beerburrum locals who are aged 60 and over, people with a disability or mobility impairment and carers and minors of eligible people accompanying them, that Council Cabs are now available. The Council Cab service runs on Tuesdays and will take you from your Beerburrum home to the Beerwah shopping precinct for a fee of $2.00 each way. The service is wheelchair-friendly and eligible passengers need to prebook a Council Cab by 12.00noon on Monday by phoning Suncoast Cabs on 1300 139 433. Further information is available on council’s website.

Native Animals – road kill increases Locals are reporting to me an increased incidence of native animals being hit by vehicles in the hinterland area, particularly on Old Gympie Road. I’d like to respectfully remind those of us travelling through our rural road network to take extra care particularly when travelling around dusk or dawn and ask that if you do come across injured wildlife, to contact our ever helpful Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital on 1300 369 652 - 24 hours a day.

Skippy Park – stage two underway The fencing has gone up in preparation for stage two of the Skippy Park play area. Council staff and I reviewed the designs and I’m pleased to say that the design team has come up with some exciting improvements that include a site specific climbing pyramid and a flying fox. The construction period is around 18 weeks but we may be able to open up some completed sections before that. Stand by to see the large mound of dirt replaced by some exciting play elements we haven’t seen in Division 1 before.

Jenny McKay

Division 5 Councillor Sunshine Coast Council M: 0409 450 726 The Draft Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme will be available from October 19 to December 14, and you will be able to view and provide feedback on the draft plan. The new planning scheme is for the whole Sunshine Coast and will replace the three existing planning schemes – the Caloundra City Plan 2004, the Maroochy Plan 2000 and the Noosa Plan 2006. When finalised, it will be the tool used by council to manage land use and development for the region in a sustainable way. Don’t miss this chance to have your say. Mooloolah School Pool is now open for the whole community to access after school hours. Opening hours include Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings 5.30am to 8.00am and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 3.00pm to 6.00pm. It’s great to see the pool back up and running now that the weather is really starting to fine up. Eudlo Mooloolah Community Disaster Management Group will be meeting for the first time in the next few weeks. Everyone is welcome to participate in the group that will focus on disaster planning and preparedness in the local area. A Fitness Matters franchise has opened in Mooloolah and I would like to welcome the new business to town. It’s a good indication of confidence in the local economy for small business and local business people. On Saturday, October 13 they held a really successful Open Day to celebrate their opening. Graffiti Action Day is on Sunday, October 28 for volunteers to help clean up our local region. Council has partnered with Keep Australia Beautiful in an initiative to combat vandalism. Businesses and community groups are encouraged to sign up to take part in coordinated cleanups to improve community spirit and raise awareness of good graffiti removal and prevention measures. Call 3252 2886 to find out more. And just a word of gratitude and recognition to the community minded people out there who pick up rubbish wherever they see it – your good work does not go unnoticed! See you at Mooloolah Community Breakfast on Thursday, October 25 at 7.30am at Thunderbird Café. Kym and Doron from Urbanix Outdoor Fitness will be making a special presentation about outdoor fitness equipment.

What happens in Prep? When you combine Glasshouse Country Christian College’s dynamic Prep teaching team and a group of children about to embark on their education journey, a life-long love of learning is born. Fundamental to GCCC’s successful Prep program is the teachers’ dedication to embracing each child as unique. Time taken to meet with each child before school even begins, helps to perform an independent assessment and develop a personal relationship between the teacher and child. Children are enveloped in a warm and nurturing environment that helps them develop confidence and independence. The result is a positive and engaging learning experience that ensures a smooth transition to Year 1 and a firm foundation for ongoing education. The Prep program integrates a researched balance of new technologies and conventional learning methods to enhance each child’s experience. Each classroom has an interactive white board, iPads and computers so children become confident with technology at an early age. However, technology is never at the expense of foundational

skills such as reading, writing, maths and art. The Prep program also includes specialist lessons such as Music, French, and Physical Education. Children especially love the Kitchen Garden where they explore the whole patch to plate journey and learn to compost, plant, harvest, cook and (the favourite part) eat what they grow. Mums and dads love the flow-on benefits of children willing to eat vegetables and coming home with recipes such as roasted beetroot and vegetable ‘bruffins’. Parents can follow what the children are learning in the kitchen garden on the website, www. Why would you as a parent choose GCCC for your child? You will be providing a quality Christian education where the GCCC’s values of godliness, respect, excellence, attitude and teachability (GREAT) underpin an attitude of self-respect, respect for peers and help each child reach their full potential. GCCC is a sought after school with limited vacancies so please act now if you are interested in learning more.

Meet the Prep team. Back row L-R Tanya Lindsay, Belinda McWilliam, Nicki Letchford, Vicky Childs, Lesley-ann Rosenberg, Sarah Leary. Front row L-R Heather Dodwell, Lin Smith and Mel Parker.

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Noticeboard Dance at Glass House Mountains Community Hall Saturday, November 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.

Woolooga State School Centenary

The school will be celebrating 100 years of education at the Woolooga School on October 6, 2013. The committee is inviting all past students and teachers to attend the school for celebration that day. If you have attended the school in the last 25 years the committee is asking you if you would be interested in writing an article on your time at the school. Or if you have something of interest, could you please be able to have it in the hands of the committee before April 1, 2013 as this information will then be complied into a book to celebrate the occasion. You can email it to or post it to Woolooga State School 100th Committee, 33 Edwards Road, Woolooga, 4570.

Raffle Results

Glass House Mountains Community Hall Monthly Raffle Winner is Jan from Maleny with ticket 33B Yellow. Winner of a fruit and vegetable box. Thanks to the community for all the support.


Beerwah Red Hat Revellers

Hello ladies – hope you’ve been enjoying our lovely weather, and here’s hoping it’s just as lovely on Friday, October 26 for us all to go to Club Glasshouse (Glasshouse Country Bowls Club) for a game of bowls. You don’t have to be good at it – just come and ‘give it a try’ and have some fun. Our November meeting is at The Terrace Tea Rooms, on Thursday, November 22. We’d love to welcome more ladies. For more information on the outings or the group, please contact Queen Josephine on 5408 0250 or Ann Gribbin on 5439 0780.

Healing Day Glass House Mountains

We are a group of alternative healers who will do the best to help you feel better. We have had successful experience in helping with depression, migraine, pain and other illnesses. A donation of $5.00 would be greatly appreciated to cover the costs. Held on the first Saturday of each month (November 3 and December 1) from 1.30pm to 4.30pm at the Glass House Neighbourhood Centre, opposite the Post Office in Glass House Mountains. For more information call 5493 0102.

Body and Soul

Learn about body awareness / earth connection (grounding) and soul healing on Tuesdays from 9.30am at Harmony House, Maleny. To find out more phone 5429 6199.

Glasshouse Toastmasters

New to the area? Stop by a Toastmasters meeting and make some new friends. We are warm, friendly people who get together on a regular basis to improve our communication skills. We provide a safe learning environment, great feedback and have lots of fun doing it. Visitors always welcome. Glasshouse Country Toastmasters meet on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, 9.00am for 9.15am start, at Church on the Rise, Peachester Road. Phone 5496 9855 or www.

Market Day

A Fundraiser for The Leprosy Mission to be held on Saturday, November 3 from 8.30am – 2.00pm at 31 Samson Circuit, Bellvista, Caloundra. There will be homemade cakes with Fairtrade tea and coffee, Handcrafted goods, Leprosy Mission merchandise, free children’s activities, garage sale and plant sale.

Glasshouse Country RSL

Raffle results Friday, October 12. Lucky Door Elaine free meal 50D. Meat Tray Linda 15C blue dots. Fruit and veggie Tray Richard 23B green clubs. Fruit and veggie Tray Cheryl 15B Red diamonds.

Garage Sale

A pre Christmas garage sale is to take place at Calvary Lutheran Church, Reed Street Glass House Mountains (next to the RSL) on Saturday, November 10 starting at 8.00am. If you are interested in booking a stall site they are $10.00 per site, please phone 5494 9191 or 5494 7800.

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Ps Coral Deeth Glasshouse Country Uniting Church The story is told of a certain chief who was very arrogant and ‘full of himself’. One day he was walking through his village boasting and telling all and sundry, “I am the greatest. There is no one as great as I am.” A gentle, wise woman heard his remarks and said to him, “I know someone who is truly great.” The chief was shocked to hear these words and became very angry. “What? Who is this great one? There is no one greater than me.” The woman invited the chief to come to her house the next day. There he would see this person who was truly great. The chief went home and did everything he could to prepare himself for this visit. The next day when he reached the old woman’s house he called out, “old woman, I am here. It is time. Where is this other chief?” The chief entered the old woman’s house and saw the old woman sitting against the wall with a baby crawling on the floor beside her. GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY

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The chief looked around. There was no one else there. “Where is this great chieftain you told me about yesterday?” he inquired. The old woman pointed to the baby and said, “this is the great one I told you about.” The chief was not amused and began to ‘rant and rave’. “What do you mean? Don’t try to trick me. This is just a baby.” The baby frightened by the sudden, loud and angry voice began to cry. The chief became frustrated. He didn’t mean to make the baby cry. He forgot about his anger, got down on his hands and knees and gently brushed his fingers against the baby’s cheek. Gradually the baby stopped crying and began to listen and watch. The old woman smiled and said, “you see, even the great chief had to stop talking to take care of the baby. In any home, in any village, the baby is truly great because even the greatest and most powerful chief like yourself must become the baby’s servant. This is how the Creator planned it. The Creator did not make you great so that you could boast about it, he made you great so that you could help others who are not as strong as you are.” The Apostle Paul said, 'be humble towards one another, always considering others better than yourselves.' Philippians 2:3 Jesus said, ‘Whoever wants to be great must become a servant.’ Mark 10:43

SUNDAY *Beerwah (Peachester Road) 9.00am Rev. Ken Goodger - 5491 1866 Local contact Br. John 5439 9130

Glasshouse Country Baptist Church 58 Roberts Rd, Beerwah

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


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

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!


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After taking over the Lookout Cafe earlier this year, the lovely ladies Noelene, Rochelle, Elise and Chris have well and truly settled in and are busy coming up with new and exciting ways to impress us locals. Their menu includes breakfast, lunches, light snacks and sweet treats, so there is something suitable for whenever you call in. With the majority of the food being homemade it seems that lots of locals are enjoying the fare and are becoming regular customers. So to say thanks to us locals, the girls have introduced a ‘Loyalty Card’ which means every eighth drink is free. More recently they have expanded their light meals to include wedges and hot chips, which are served between 11.30am and 2.00pm, and are a

firm favourite with the kids. With summer now well and truly here, they are also going to be serving caesar salads, including chicken and smoked salmon versions, as part of their lunch menu. Elise said one thing that has been great for their business is group bookings, and over the last few months they have hosted many groups from across the Sunshine Coast and from Brisbane. While the cafe size could be described as cosy because the design is so open, they are able to seat up to 28 diners, which makes it a perfect venue for small birthdays, Christmas catch-ups or work parties. To ensure that everything runs smoothly for your function they would appreciate 48 hours notice for a booking.

The Lookout Cafe

As the weather is warming up they have decided to open one night a week and serve tapas, with the menu including items such as spicy satay chicken skewers, as well as prawn and chicken dumplings with an Asian dipping sauce. They will also look at offering tapas during the day for group bookings with a minimum of 10 diners. If you have an idea for a function and would like to discuss it with the girls, either give them a call on 0498 471 232 or email them at or call in and see them between 9.00am and 3.00pm Monday to Friday, or 9.00am to 4.00pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Open 7 Days - Mon-Fri 9-3 & Sat and Sun 9-4

THE PERFECT VENUE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY Tapas menu - evenings and weekday bookings Relaxed atmosphere with beautiful views. Bookings essential

Enjoy the serenity, the local wildlife and our friendly customer service!

182 Glass House - Woodford Rd (off Old Gympie Road), Glass House Mountains

0498 471 232



1300 EAGLE BOYS 1300 324 532 5439 0222 70 Simpson St Beerwah



2 large traditional pizzas Garlic bread 1.25L drink VALID 15/10/12 – 09/12/12

*Add $1 for Half & Half pizza toppings and $3 for Big Cheese Crunch, Eagle Edge crusts and Gluten Free base on large pizzas. Surcharges apply for additional toppings. Delivery available in most areas, additional surcharge applies for delivery in no delivery price is stated, minimum $20 spend (delivery fee inclusive). Prices vary regionally. Participating stores only. Valid 15/10/12 – 09/12/12.

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Great eats and treats to find locally!

Café au Lait Check out these great deals... Dine In or Take Away Gelato

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Phone orders welcome

Gluten Free Pizza and Pasta now available

5438 7799

Mon – Closed Tue, Wed, Thurs & Sun 4.00pm – 8:30pm Fri & Sat 12noon – 8:30pm


Home Delivery Available - surcharge applies

Melbourne Cup High Tea

$25 per person Open 8.30am – 4pm

($15 deposit, bookings essential, by 31 October)

1/3 Turner Street, Beerwah

5439 0357

Best Dressed, Best Hat, Lucky Door Prize, TV, Raffles (all proceeds to the Jane McGrath Breast Cancer foundation) $1, $2 & $5 sweeps (available now)


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Succulent Chicken Parmigiana with Chips only $10.00 Tender, juicy 300gm Rump Steak with Salad & Chips or Veges only $12.90


Tasty Tender T-Bone Steak with Salad & Chips or Veges only $14.90

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Phone 5493 0055

A huge range of fresh fast food

Glass House Steve Irwin Way Glass House Mountains

Open 24/7

The Best Thickshakes & Milkshakes on Steve Irwin Way DVD HIRE 24/7 Senior’s Discount New Releases Wednesdays $2.95 4c a litre Conditions apply

Burgers Salads Sandwiches Hot meals BBQ chickens

Phone orders accepted 5496 9371

Take Out

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Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Do you care?


FREE Lip with any chin treatment Pay for Face IPL & get hands FREE Hinterland Body & Soul 5494 0546 5/5 Turner St Beerwah

Next visit is Wednesday October 31, 2012

EXCLUSIVE Nail & Beauty Therapy

Erika 5494 0092

Call • FACIALS • NAILS • MAKE-UP • WAXING etc Lyn 5494 8251

19 Gympie St South Landsborough mineral makeup

Specialising in:

Volunteering Sunshine Coast presents a not-tobe-missed opportunity for all people working with people, including volunteers, caregivers, managers and volunteer coordinators. As someone who cares, it is really important to prevent burn out, and to avoid the hidden cost of caring and not to ‘run on empty’. Join Volunteering Sunshine Coast for an informative and inspiring training session ‘Mending the Mind, Mending the Body’. This session will help you learn essential tools for avoiding ‘compassion fatigue’, becoming aware, developing authentic self care, creating a sustainable self-help plan, and learning and developing resiliency. The presenter is Chrissy Atkins who is a psychotherapist, counsellor, professional reflexologist, specialist in compassion, fatigue and vicarious trauma.


Mukti organic facials Advanced skincare facials

The session will be held on Friday, November 2 at the Italian School Committee Suite 9/68 Jessica Boulevard, Minyama from 9.15am (for 9.30am start) - 1.00pm. RSVP: Friday, October 26. Cost is $20.00 p/p, non-members $40.00 p/p. To book and to get a registration form call 5443 8256. You will then be able to make payment either via internet banking or by cheque. To find out more about Volunteering Sunshine Coast and what they do, take a look at their website or like them on Facebook

Natural therapies Tracy Colenso

waxing, massage & more

Glasshouse Mountains


Pain Relief Headaches Stress Relief Sports Injuries Dip Bowen Therapy & Accredited Member BAA (Bowtech)

Living connected to self, to others, to life Call 0435 364 028 Individual & Couple Sessions Concession Available

Empower Yourself Improve Communication Manage Anxiety, Stress & Anger Resolve Family & Relationship Issues Transform Trauma & PTSD

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13/21 Peachester Rd, Beerwah

5439 0420

(Next to Curves Turner Park)

& Bowen Therapy T. 5419 0244 BEERWAH HALL 7.30pm Thursday ELIMBAH HALL 7.15pm Friday

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B-Balanced Homeopathy

Leisa Rocker

Dream Analysis Homeopathy: Treating the Cause & Healing Reiki & Orion healing Holistically with Natural Medicine Dream Analysis: BookStress a Party Specialises in Post Traumatic Enquiries & Appointments Reiki: Gentle & Relaxing Ph/Fax is a medicine that treats Hands on Healing all diseases for all age groups ho

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Health Rebates Available

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$10 OFF for the month of October (1 hr massage only)

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47 Plantation Rd, Glasshouse 4518


Holistic Counselling Tina Bloemer

Health Rebates Apply

Remedial Massage 1 ½ hours, Emmett, Health Funds & HICAPS, EFTPOS Naturopathic & Iridology or Cash Appointments now available 7 days a week Gift Cards & Concessions Available Book Now 5438 7999

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Martin Luther King

Does your business offer services or advice on beauty, �itness, hairdressing, nails, natural therapies or weight management? Our Health, Beauty and Well Being page is where locals look when they want to be beautified from top to toe, get healthy or lose weight.

Phone Vanessa on 5438 7445 to find out more

Environment New nursery at Landsborough Barung Landcare is opening their new production nursery at Landsborough, and the public are invited to come along and help celebrate on November 3. The native plant nursery on Forestry Road at Landsborough has been a long-awaited project for the environment group since their main office and nursery closed at Bicentenary Lane, Maleny. The Landsborough production nursery will compliment their existing retail outlet at Porters Lane, North Maleny but will increase their capacity to supply large numbers of native plants for wholesale customers. In the new nursery, hundreds of thousands of native plants will be grown and made available to landholders with revegetation projects, contractors, Councils, government agencies and for Barung’s own revegetation activities. To honour the occasion, Sunshine Coast Council Mayor, Cr Mark Jamieson will do the official ceremonial ribbon-cutting at 11.00am. Following this, the nursery will be open for inspection with the barbeque firing up at 12.00noon and a free sausage sizzle for those attending is also included. Directly following – for Barung Landcare members or those interested in joining the group – will be their Annual General Meeting at 1.00pm. The new Barung Landcare production nursery is located at 135 Forestry Road, Landsborough (the ‘old ostrich farm’ to the longer term locals). If you’d like to come along on the day to have a look around (or attend the AGM), Barung ask that you register your interest so that they know numbers for catering. To register you can ring their office on 5494 3151 or email them on info@

Glasshouse Mountains Advancement Network The koala: one of the animals that people all over the world immediately identify with Australia. The familiar friendly features of this iconic creature are synonymous with Australia. And yet there is a real danger that the koala could be a lost species before too long. Why is this happening? Well, we all know that koalas live in trees, and of course they like to live in trees which provide the food that they survive on, usually certain species of eucalypts or related plants. They each need to chomp through about 500 grams a day to survive. As their food trees are being lost through urban and infrastructure development or other habitat loss, the koalas are forced to move on the ground to find other sources of food. This makes them vulnerable to dog attacks and traffic, the two biggest killers of koalas today. Earlier this year, GMAN, with the kind permission of Les from the Sandy Creek Organic Farm, 2471 Old Gympie Road Beerwah, planted some koala food trees which, as they mature, will provide food for koalas in care after being attacked or injured. The trees planted are doing really well, but a bit of a clean-up of the area will help them survive even better. Some may need to be replaced with new plantings as well. You are invited to come along on Sunday, October 28 to the Sandy Creek Organic Farm to help out for an hour or two anytime after around 8.00am to 8.30am. Wear suitable footwear and a hat. Water and morning tea will be provided. Give either Cliff (5438 7118) or Gwen (5493 0029) a call if you can help, or just show on the morning.

Do you have an hour or two a month to spare? Would you like to learn more about the flora and fauna in your area, and meet new friends? For more information on GMAN activities and nursery sales please call Cliff (5438 7118) or Gwen (5493 0029).

Mooloolah River Waterwatch & Landcare Inc. We care our environment Avid gardener andabout owner of Professional Weeds Solution At Mooloolah Native Nursery we have been very busy getting the nursery organised for the warmer months. The Waterpond Construction Workshop was successful. The pond looks fabulous and a huge thanks must go to Waterscapes Australia who donated their time and expertise to rejuvenate our tired little water feature. Mention must go to the staff and volunteers of Mooloolah River Waterwatch and Landcare who have put in an amazing effort to get the pond looking fabulous, moving rocks, gravel, digging power trenches and so forth, all for the reward of the soothing sound of running water is fantastic. Come in and have a look and see how we have incorporated local native plant species to soften hard edges and promote frog activity. The pond has only been up and going for two weeks and frogs have spawned in it; today I looked and we have tadpoles! Just for the record, no they are not cane toads. See what a little effort can result in.

Steve Irwin Way P: 5494 5074 Glenview


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*Offer applies to HS 45 (45cm) Hedge Trimmer, BG 56 Blower, RE 108 High Pressure Cleaner and FS 38 Grass Trimmer and ends 31/01/13 or while stocks last.

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Happenings Out and About Big Night Out When the school bell rings on Friday most students can’t wait to get out the gate, well that definitely wasn’t the case last Friday at Beerwah State School when the Big Night Out was about to get underway. The school ground was converted into a ‘carnival atmosphere’ with plenty of rides, novelty stalls, junk food, face painting, music and entertainment with the highlight of the night being a spectacular fireworks.

Debbie Oliver serves Piper, Breanne and Jett some lovely sticky fairy floss

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Gayle Bismark, Pam McPerson, Tania Cox and Roz Burbour all lit up on the night

Julia and Lachlan enjoying the great food at the Big Night Out

Jenny Myers and Coralie Lillecrapp making sure everthing ran smoothly on the night

Ashley Williams and Ann Graham of Beerwah on the teacup ride

MELBOURNE CUP DAY Things 2 Do ‘Clash on the Coast’ at Glass House Mountains On Saturday, October 28 if you are heading past the Glasshouse Mountains Sports club and wonder what is going on, it is the annual Coastal crossfit competition. You’ll see 150 of South East Queensland’s fittest men and women challenging themselves and competing against others in a range of events. Crossfit is a strength and conditioning program that combines elements of cardiovascular exercise, bodyweight calisthenics and weightlifting, which seeks to achieve a balance of ability within all 10 recognised physical skills – (cardio respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, accuracy, agility, coordination and balance). Spectators are free, so drop in to the Glasshouse Mountains sports grounds from 9.00am to check out the action. For more information on the competition or crossfit in general, phone Coastal crossfit Queensland on 0422 704 086 or check out their website on

Continuous Buffet Lunch From 12pm Including prawns, cold meats, salads, french sticks & dessert. Including Glass of Bubbly on arrival

Sweeps Prizes for Best Hat


Bookings essential Calcutta

Barefoot Bowls and ‘Skyfall’ the movie The Lions Club of Maleny Blackall Range Lions club are holding two fund raising events, for Lions Medical Research Foundation, during November. The first event is a ‘Barefoot Bowls’ day on Sunday, November 11 from 10.00am – 2.30pm at the Maleny Bowls Club. The cost is $25.00 per head and includes a steak sandwich and salad lunch. The second event will be a movie night for the new James Bond Movie ‘Skyfall’ on Friday, November 30 at the Caloundra cinema on Bulcock Street, Caloundra. Cost is $20.00 per person and includes a glass of bubbly and nibbles before the movie. A bus with limited seating will be available for $5.00 per person from the RSL Club Maleny or the Landsborough IGA. Ticket purchase and bus tickets are essential before the day. The time is 5.30pm for a 6.30pm movie. Tickets for both events can be purchased at the Maleny information kiosk, Network Video Maleny or the Landsborough IGA. Contact Diane 5499 9704; Helen 5499 9000 or Felicity 0437 966 589 for further information.

Wild horses couldn’t drag us away An event to help raise funds to assist Glass House Mountains local Max Chapman in caring for five gorgeous horses will be held on Sunday, November 11 from 11.00am - 4.00pm, tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children/students. The organisers are seeking musicians to play on the day - any genre welcome. There will be a sausage sizzle, cupcakes and handmade chocolates on the day, to RSVP for the event you will need to email Please help them find some musicians who will entertain guests on the day and help raise much needed money to pay for food, shelter and veterinary care for Max's Horses. To keep up to date with how Max is going you can like his Facebook Page – which you can find on Facebook by searching Max’s Rescue Horses.

5494 0630

Biondi Crescent, Beerwah

YOU DESERVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS PRESENT Give yourself the opportunity to spend 31 days in South America surrounded by friends. Enjoy breath-taking scenery, wonderful food, divine wines, ancient cultures, cosmopolitan cities, and friendly locals, all stress free! Everything is planed, organised and operated in small groups fully escorted by bilingual experts in the industry. Ex Brisbane 29 March from $9,660 twin share, the best season to visit Machu Picchu, Iguazu Falls and crossing the Andes.



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Christmas is just around the corner! Drop in to S & G Furniture showroom, to have your home ready for your Christmas visitors. Renzo three piece lounge suite with four recliner chairs. High back, wide seats for exceptional comfort. $1599.00.

Tumut Queen bed only $299.00 Four piece double bedroom suite, bargain basement price $649.00

Westgate seven piece dining 1800mm x 990mm table. High back chairs. $599.00.

Hinterlands Local One Stop Shop For ALL Your Furniture Needs

Unit 5/15 Corner Mawhinney & Free St


(Next to Aussie Carpets, opp. Beerwah Hotel)

5439 0236



How to set yourself up for self-employed success The prospect of starting your own business is an exciting one - being your own boss, making your own hours and the sense of selfaccomplishment that comes along with going it alone are all appealing aspects of the world of the selfemployed. However, with great power comes great responsibility. All of your new business’ success and failures ride on your shoulders. While this can be an intimidating notion, it is quite possible to take control from the outset by following these friendly words of advice. 24



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Get your finances sorted You will likely benefit from a chat with Perhaps the most important part of your a mortgage adviser - these home loan business plan is your budget. professionals are well-versed in the self employed home loans category and can After all, you are starting a business to give you advice on several different make money and if you do not budget lenders and products available to you. effectively, you could get behind before you even get started. Get organised It is highly recommended that you start Self-employed home loans have your business with a meticulous eye on become quite common in the last few the details. years and the market holds a wide range of financial options. Stringent record keeping may be time consuming, but pays off in the long run. However, there are several complexities With notes on your budget, meetings, involved with the structuring of a schedule and other day-to-day self-employed loan - one that usually happenings, you will always know what involve tax deductions and paperwork. is where and how much you have spent.

If organisation has never been one of your strong points, your first employee should be an accountant that can get the job done.

Teresa Harrison Phone 5422 9458 or 0410 648 098

Australian Credit Licence Number 385325

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LOCAL OPERATOR OVER 25 YEARS CONTRACTING Great prices on split & ducted Air conditioning systems



rrum Service & Muffle u b r rs Bee Mobile: 0429 960 300

Jeff & Ann Ross 



• A Grade Mechanic Lic. No. 6342

• Mechanical Repairs

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

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Air Lic No: L050397


Antennas / TV


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

PH: 5494 0466

21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH Fax: 5494 0416 Email:

Endorsed Antenna Installer

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

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Builders/ Carpenters


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Diesel Mechanic

Moby Vic’s Southbound, Bruce Highway, Glass House Mountains

For all aspects of brick & block laying

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or email

call Sarah on 5438 7445

Reliable & Professional Tradesman


For all your advertising needs please

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5492 9321

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Call Damien Oxley – 0418 755 212 Glass House Mountains

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INDUSTRIAL / COMMERCIAL / DOMESTIC  30 Years Experience in Trade  Tradesman not Salesman  First Class Workmanship  5 Year Warranty on Installation

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* Log Book Servicing * General Repairs and Maintenance * Automatic Transmission Specialist * Over 15 years experience



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ABN 60 627 ACN 131 206 BSA Lic. #101

Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer

Phone Les McDermott

0417 797 430 ACN 075 810 463 BSA 77142

Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners

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

Joinery & Shopfitters






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For all your electrical needs

Carpet Cleaning

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

Quick Concrete

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Family Owned and Operated


Plain - Exposed - Stencil Finishers Shed Slabs, Driveways, Pathways Patios, Under House, House Slab Bobcat hire

Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals

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

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Phone 5494 8900

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


your local licensed contractor

5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns

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

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NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291

Lic. No. 70875


Phillip Short Concrete

0412 234 240

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

C Concreting Driveways - Paths - Patios - Slabs Quality Work at Competitive Rates

ABN 89 058 455 025



Phone 1300 721 117

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


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

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

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Darryl Johnson - 0415 954 195

Lighting New Homes Pumps



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5494 6500

5413 2500

Give us a go! No Job is Too Small


QBSA 24630

41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra TO491

Ph 5439 0108

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

Lic 69821

Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282

Free Advice - Quote Service PO Box 32, Landsborough, Qld 4550

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

NB Under Qld Building Services Authority Act 1991 Section 54, licensed tradespersons are required to quote their QBSA License number when advertising. This offers customer protection in the event of unsatisfactory work.

Floor Sanding


For all your floor sanding needs Justin 0468 639 761 Jobs up to $3,300 only

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

Your local Jim services all areas call 131546


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Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083

Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural


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Pty Ltd






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



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

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

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


Mark Malone: 0477 999 191




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

Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126

Large or small. Experienced Local Operator

H Home Maintenance

2 William St Kilcoy

Maintenance Tradesman 40 Years Experience


• Carpentry & Joinery • Minor Cabinet Making • Plastering

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


G Gas

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5493 0493

ABN 79 347 449 750

ANDREW 0423 107 716

Call Rudi 0438 940 634 Email:

BSA 1155906



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0404 621 541 No Obligation Free Quote – Quality Work Guaranteed

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Local Tradesman with 20 years Experience

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Phone George 0487 424 223

Ph (07) 5497 2615

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

 INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  SMALL & LARGE JOBS  FREE QUOTES  CLEAN & TIDY  LOCAL PAINTER Fully Licenced & Insured Call Charlie: 0411 034 444 or 5494 1223

For all your general handyman work Interior or Exterior Jobs up to $3,300

Garages / Sheds

BSA Licence no 60108


“Our Quality is no Accident”

Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425

5493 4777 49 Premier Circuit Warana

• All aspects of landscaping, garden makeovers & ongoing maintenance

Call Brett 0413 102 800

M Marine Services


• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days •

The Sunshine Coast's Leading Accident Repair Centre

Offering you a variety of services:

• Panel Beating • Spray Painting • Smash Repairs • Rust Repairs

• Bull Bar & Tow Bars • Fuel Injection Repairs • LPG Repairs & Certificates

• Auto Electrics • Restoration • Windscreens


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• Jobs up to $3,300

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Panel Beating

Watson’s Gardening & Landscaping

4 Railway Street, Landsborough


• New Work • House Repaints • Roof Repaints


Phone Michael 0447 341 241




5496 9270

Mick 0418 935 162

Supporting Environmentally Friendly Paint


Tina 0418 935 164

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House Yards, Small Acreage Horticulture Advice

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New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning


Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed

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

Painters QBSA 1091741

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

BSA: 106 8977 LIC: PMT-0-11572

Fully Licensed and Insured

We aim to provide the best in service and price

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

0404 479 187 or 5494 9336





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BSA NO. 1011255

07 5493 0440


Local Knowledge 21 Years Experience


All Areas 0420 53 8890 5494 0393


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



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*Driveways *Site clean-ups *Landscaping

0419 704 408

5494 8913


Installation of walls, ceilings, floors, doors, windows and built-in wardrobes. General maintenance / renovations to shops, offices, homes and sheds.

John Ross Servicing Glasshouse



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


D & M Britton - Old Gympie Rd, Landsborough


Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665 Fax: 5497 4840


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Plumbing Supplies

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

5439 9368



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

Call 0408 347 054 or 5448 5404



PHONE JAREN 5439 0764

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Commercial & Domestic Supply & Install Maintenance Program Call Sean 0458 270 559 BSA# 76310/LO53622


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* All major brands * Supply & Fit



Works where others can’t and loves Lantana!

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Mobile: 0418 714 860 A/H – Fax: 5494 7007

BSA 720 400 Hinterland - No Job Too Small P.O. Box 302, Beerwah 4519 Email: 0402 779 275


Call or email Tim Warry 0430 440 834


P Plasterers Plastering And

Plumbing • Gas fitting • Drainage

26 Tytherleigh Avenue Landsborough


E: 608 Glenview Road Glenview QLD 4553

Plant & Machinery Shane Schultz

SPECIALISING IN: ASPHALT & GRAVEL DRIVEWAYS • Bobcat 4 in 1 Tilting Bucket • Dingo & Excavator for Hire • Trencher • Post Hole Borer • Fenceline Clearing • Fire Breaks • General Hire

8 Tonne Tipper All General Earthworks Site Prep – Top Soil – Turf Supply & Lay – Delivery

• Pre- purchase Inspections • Annual Termite Inspections • Termite Management Systems • Termite Treatments • General Pest management Cockroaches • Ants • Spiders • Silverfish • Fleas • Bed Bugs E. PO Box. 257 Beerwah 4519 FULLY BSA 1189580 INSURED

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Commercial - Residential Industrial


Cost Effective Local Business Est. Since 1996


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



Pest Control



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


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• Re pointing ridge caps • Roof restorations • Replace broken tiles

& Install ENVIROPLUS Supply Obligation free quotes

Call John 0407 320 366

Lic No 1017722


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Glasshouse Tiling


BSA: 1052255

TREEROOS • • • •

council approved

Experienced in all aspects of tiling

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


Free fast quote BSA Licenced: 1101772

A local working for locals

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For all of your liquid and general waste needs


CUSTOM BUILT TOOLBOXES • General fabrication • Stainless Steel Benches


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* Blocks * Acreage * Firebreaks * Weed Spraying

For a quote call Len 0419 732 364 or 5494 0484

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POSI-TRACK SLASHING 50hp, Rubber tracks, 6ft slasher, Free quotes

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


Ian Booth 0403 187 517 or 3204 4910

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

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

Tarzan the Tree Specialist

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

Phone Brendan 0447 310 331

5494 8913


Acreage Rural Blocks


Tree Services

0419 704 408

Weed Spraying Rubbish Clean Ups

Bobcat & Tractor Hire

Phone Louie 0439 016 294 all areas

Wintergreen Couch

Water Tanks

David Lowden Tree Services



Tel: Dean 07 5496 9790 or 0414 648 130



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



Turf Supplies


Tiler of Multi Award Winning Homes Builders References Available Member HIA BSA Lic 76808 Beerwah


Office: 5435 0164 Mobiles: 0499 179 268 / 0411 129 866 Email:

Specialist growers of:

TILER 0419 750 042

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Fully Insured Qualified Arborist

FREE Delivery to Landsborough, Beerwah, Glass House & Beerburrum

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> Septic tank / grease trap cleaning - EPA approved > Holding / grey water tanks and bio-cycle pump outs > Waste oil collections (free service) > General waste removal and skip bin hire

Chipping on site Pruning, shaping & removal Power line work accredited Licensed to perform high risk work


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Trees / Palms Pruning / Removals Wood Chipping / Stump Grinding Free Quotes / Fully Insured Mulch Sales

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

or email

BSA-licensed contractors must state their name and BSA licence number in all advertisements for building work. Unlicensed contractors must state in their advertisements the value of work they can legally perform without a BSA licence which will never be more than $3,300. Electricians and earthmovers are exempt from these requirements. Check the licence history of BSA-licensed contractors by performing a FREE Online Licence Search at or calling BSA on 1300 BSA BSA.

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Blood, Sweat & Cheers Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country

Soccer AGM

Mooloolah Soccer Club will be holding its AGM on Monday, November 12 at 5.00pm at the clubhouse.

Landsborough Tennis Club

Contributed by Jill Kirchheiner Friday Night Tennis – There are only three more matches before the semi-finals on November 16 and the finals on November 26. There are still some match scores to come in or be played and the scores will be adjusted when received. If you know of the results of any of these matches (in brackets) or any details please ring me on 5494 8218. There are still some players who need to pay their season fees which are due now and need to be paid to Dawn at Landsborough courts. Following are the scores up to October 19 – Hot Shots – Dominique-80, Troy-65, Alex-48, Caleb-26 Div 1 – Emma-69(14.9 and 19.10), Jayden-55(14.9 and 19.10), Jacqueline-48(14.9 and 19.10), Tara-37(14.9 and 19.10) Div 2 – Marios-205, Luigis-190, Bowsers-141(10.8), Yoshis-99(10.8) Div 3 – Gaga-171, Adele-115, Rihanna-107, Madonna-101 Div 4 – James-323, Van-265, Archie-230, Amy S-225, Amy B-186, Caleb-183 Peewee – Team DS-146(10.8), Team Xbox-132, Team Nintendo-96(24.8), Team Playstation-80 (10.8 and 24.8) Cont Tennis ‘A’ – Smarties-296, Jaffas-288, Fantales-284, Minties-241 Cont Tennis ‘B’ – Picnic-283, Flake-275, Crunchies-271, Snickers-260 Club News - Ladies social tennis is on Tuesday mornings from 8.00am to approximately 12.00noon. Wednesday night mixed social tennis starts at 7.00pm to approximately 9.00pm and now that the weather is warming up they are looking for some more players for the Wed night social tennis. They would welcome any new players, beginners or experienced, for either of the above. If you would like more information about the club or being a member of the club, or you would like to know more about any of the tennis competitions, the Ladies Tuesday tennis, or Wednesday night tennis or interested in receiving coaching, these details can be obtained by contacting Dawn on 54941085. Court hire during the daytime can be done through the Landsborough IGA and for night hire please contact Dawn.

Beerwah Ladies Golf Club

Contributed by Jenny Kelly The weather was pretty hot as were the scores on Thursday. Barb McIntosh played a superb round to score a grand total of 46 Stableford points to take out 2nd Division. Barb has played some lovely golf lately, and it all came together for her on the day. It must have been the company, because runner up to Barb in 2nd Div, with another great score of 42 points, was Debs Rutherford. Barb and Deb played in the same group and really set the pace. There were some great scores in Division 1 as well, with Viki Bartel coming in with a total score of 40 Stableford points, just edging out Monica Dangerfield who

Captain Lea with 2nd Div winner, Barb McIntosh

came in with 39 points. NTP's went to Sonia Kenway on 2 and 5, Sue Williamson on 16 and Lyn Lambert took out the 18th. We had a field of 59 players, but only one of us, clever Heather Henn, scored a birdie on our Birdie Hole, number 10. The Ball Rundown went to 36 points. Many thanks to our trophy donors on the day, Marie Norton and Carol Cork. The culmination of our Medal competitions will be played next Thursday with all Medal winners from throughout the year competing to be the Medal of Medalists. Good luck to all the girls in line for that honour, and until next week, stay safe and good golfing.

Trophy donor Marie, with Div 1 winner, Viki Bartel

Div I Runner Up Monica Dangerfield with Captain Lea

Glasshouse Country Bowls Club Contributed by Dennis Hume Wednesday, October 17 - Ladies Bowls. Two games of Pairs and one of Triples was played. In the Pairs Warren Blackbourne and Di Hunt def Di Viterale and Dennis Hume 29 to 8. Marleen Bertram and John McSwain def Di Garland and Gary Lehmann 16 to 15. In the Triples Noelle Dean, Rae Farrell and Margaret Lehmann def Leisa Craven, Maurie Dawes and Jan Lawson 27 to 12. Thursday, October 18 - Open Pairs. AM Game winners were Bray Howard and Trevor Bertram 2 + 28. Runners up were Margaret Beasley and Kevin Beasley with 21 shots in the first game. PM game winners were Mark Ellul and Millie Freshwater 2 + 33. Runners up were Clive Sinton and Graham Richardson with 16 shots in the first game

Saturday, October 20 - Finals of Club Championships were played in Men’s B Grade Singles and Mixed Pairs. In the Men’s B Grade Singles, Kerry Capern is the 2012 Club Champion. The runner up is Max Viterale. The final score was 25 to 19 in a high quality and close game. In the Mixed Pairs the 2012 Club Champions are Margaret Lehmann and Gary Lehmann. The runners up were Rob Scullion and Monika Duff. The final score was 15 to 14. The game lasted some four hours and was very close all the way through. The contest was enjoyed by members watching until the final bowl in the final end before a winner was known. Five men played a game of Scroungers during the afternoon. The winner was Stewart Wilson.

Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club

Contributed by Judy Walker Tuesday, October 16 - winners were Bob Patten, Eileen Pierce and Ede Clark. Friday winners were Barry Gough and Gloria Davis (visitors), 2nd Horst Jonscher and Ede Clark. Saturday winners Bob Patten and Lloyd Walker. With the Auction of the Country Club on November 8, there is a meeting for any Creditors on Friday, November 2 at Caloundra Power Boat Club at 10.30am.

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

Phone Jill on 5494 8218 or fax: 5494 8024 30



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Locally produced & manufactured

2012 B Grade Club Champion Kerry Capern

2012 Mixed Pairs Club Champions Margaret and Gary Lehmann

Horse Riding @ Rossi’s 5494 8515

Lessons for Beginners to Advanced

Send your sport news through to Glasshouse Country News by 10.30am each Monday morning to

Calling all native plant lovers

Society for Growing Australian Plants, Qld is part of an Australia wide organisation which seeks to promote and cultivate our native flora which is so varied and versatile. The local branch meets on the second Sunday of every month, except January. We are a convivial group and meet either at member's homes or go for excursions in the marvellously diverse coastal and hinterland areas of the Sunshine Coast. Details are in the Glasshouse Country News gardening diary dates in the last edition of each month, or the Secretary is available on 5494 9187. Our September excursion was to Racemosa Environmental Reserve at Hardwood Road, Christine McMaster, David Hockings and Landsborough. Joan Horgan A range of native plants were flowering but the Leptospermum polygalifolium (Yellow Tea Tree) and Callistemon pachyphyllus (Wallum Bottlebrush - red form) took everyone's eye. The October meeting was held at Go Green Rainforest Nursery, Glenview where Simon shared his expertise and wealth of knowledge on a wide range of native plants suitable for local gardens. His enthusiasm for rainforest species, especially those from North Queensland is infectious. A tour of the nursery garden revealed many native plants in a horticultural setting. The Sunshine Coast Branch is excited to be the host location for the National Conference of the Australian Native Plant Societies of Australia which will be held at Alexandra Headland in August 2013. The Conference will have many interesting speakers dealing with aspects of our wonderful flora, as well as pre and post conference tours to various parts of Queensland. We will be able to showcase the Sunshine Coast as the delegates discover the special botanic features of our area during the day-trips to Cooloola, the Hinterland and the Maroochy Botanic Gardens. For further information, see the website,

Phone: 5439 0999 Fax: 5439 0077

1/28 Simpson St, Beerwah Q. 4519


PH 5494 5980 Mon – Sat: 9 to 4

7 DAYS Sun: 9 to 12

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Select range of Hire Equipment available including Concrete Mixer, Compacta, Turf Roller, Lawnmower & Whippersnipper Rotary Hoe

Lot 1-20 Tytherleigh Ave Landsborough Ph: 5494 1153 Delivery all areas ~ Courtesy trailer available OCTOBER 24 2012 |

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Easy Find Classifieds Cakes

Public Notices Mooloolah Soccer Club will be holdng its AGM on Monday November 12 at 5pm at the club house.

Beerwah Glasshouse United Soccer Club AGM meeting will be held on 19th November at 6.30pm at the Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club. All welcome.


To be held at Glasshouse Sports Club 7pm Tuesday 13th Nov 2012. All positions available. ALL WELCOME

It’s on again! Trivia Challenge Glass House Country RSL SUB BRANCH 1 Reed St. Glass House Mountains Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

Work Wanted

cake decorating Specialising in wedding cakes. Cakes made & decorated. Phone Fay 5491 3198.

Personal over 35's 'focas' singles social group within Church on the Rise, Beerwah. For Christians & non Christians. Phone Ashley 0400 286 606

Health, Beauty & Fitness

ATTENTION MEMBERS – CLUB GLASS HOUSE INC. All financial members are invited to attend the AGM to be held on Sunday 25th November at 9am at 10 Coonowrin Road, Glass House Mountains. Nominations for Club Management Committee are available at the Office and must be in the hands of the Secretary/Manager by 4pm on Friday 9th November, 2012. AGENDA as follows:President’s Report Manager’s Report Minutes – 29th November, 2011. Financial Report (available from club reception) Any questions regarding this report to be in writing and in the hands of the Secretary/Manager by 4pm Friday 9th November. Election of Committee Election of Auditor - Election of Solicitor Enquiries: 5436 5000

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

Courses & Tuition guitar, flute, piano accordion & Music theory lessons. Professional caring teachers. Ph: 5494 7568 or 0411 959 157 yoga Wed 6.30pm - 8.00pm Peachester Hall. Thurs 9:30am - 11am Landsborough Hall Ph: 0437 914 029

Beerwah U Bute Driver Training

• Qld Qualified Driver Instructor (Blue Card Holder) • Learn to drive a vehicle running on LPG & Petrol • Learn to pull reverse a Trailer (Optional) • Dual controls --- Fully insured • Pick you up from home/office/school etc. • 6cyl – 6 spd manual VOUCHERS • Safety rating AVAILABLE • $70 per 1.5hr.

For bookings phone Julie 0438 643 403

Call Leisa or Michelle …

12/60 Simpson Street, Beerwah.

Professional Services Mobile: 0409 92 6060

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

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

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yoga glasshouse mountains Friday mornings Phone: 0402 882 725 or 5438 7533 Learn Guitar for Fun I will come to you. Flexible times to suit your needs. Call Gerry ah 54399954 m 0488759344 Drawing, Painting and Printmaking Classes at Glasshouse. 3 hour class, cost $40. Phone: 0438 525 749 for booking times.

All your typing needs !

Debbie Gillingham - 0438 947 992

Markets Landsborough Market every Saturday 8.00am - 1.00pm. Stalls inside & outside. $10.00 a site. Fresh Fruit & Veg. Dog Treats & Bird Treats. Plants & Seedlings, Jewellery, Bric a Brac , Incense & essential oils. Dragons & Dolls. Our Country Kitchen provides great old style country breakfasts each Saturday come on in & try one. Follow us on Facebook. Bookings essential. New stall holders welcome. Phone 54946315 b.h.

Books Beerwah Books and Bits & Beerwah Books and Bits Vinyl Revival. Great range of books and LP’s. Preloved books suitable for all ages babies to Adults. Comics and some trading cards and other collectables. Follow us on Facebook 10% discount to all FB Likers. Hours Mon to Fri 8.30 to 4.30 Saturday 8.30 to 12.30. 5494 6315 Beerwah book & bits Tarot Card Reading by Yvonne. Every Wednesday 1-3pm 5494 6315. Private sessions 5494 0007

Positions Vacant

CASUAL LABOURER Part-time required, Mt Mellum, must have skills in landscaping, building maintenance. Transport essential. Phone 0403 251 917.



Computer Sales, Rental & Services

SHORT ORDER COOK X 2 and WAIT STAFF Must be reliable & able to work evenings & weekends. Training & Uniforms supplied. Call 0424 795 469 & leave detailed message including relevant experience.

Accounting Services

Ph 5439 0188

COMPREHENSIVE CLEANING domestic and commercial. Reliable & experienced. Ph Lauren 0403 044 887 Home & Yard Maintenance Gardening, minor painting, mowing etc. Insured. Pensioner discount, no job too small. Phone Craig 5494 0858 Gary's cleaning service Weekly or fortnightly cleans. Minimum 2 hrs $25/hr. Pensioners $20/hr Phone: 5494 7340 or 0423 772 573

mobile hairdresser Excellence in hair design. For friendly, easy, in your own home service call Carrie 0404 803 650 or 5496 9186.


6.30 p.m. for a 7 p.m. start. $10 per head – Light Supper provided. Bar will be open. Teams of 6 - Raffles - Fun prizes. See Kaz or phone 5496 9774 to book your table. Adults only night. Join us for a great night This is a fund raising event organised by Glass House Country RSL Citizens Auxiliary for Glass House Country RSL Sub Branch Inc.

Email: Phone: 5438 7445

Tutoring/ remedial reading - all ages, all subjects. Professional individual programs. Helen 5494 7496 Music tuition at peachester Teaching strings, guitar, bass guitar, piano/ organ & drums. Lessons given by Craig & Karen Nankervis (Former members of Adelaide Symphony Orchestra) Ph: 0416 819 699

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Part Time Bookkeeper required

Beerwah Community Kindergarten require the services of a bookkeeper on a contract basis. The role is as follows:  Experience in MYOB and understanding of accounting principles including preparation of P&L, Balance Sheets, Bank reconciliations etc.  Control of a small payroll  Completion of statutory returns including BAS etc. An estimated 4 hours per fortnight will be required, much of which can be from home or office. Remuneration will be commensurate with the responsibilities of the role. For further details and to register interest please contact The Treasurer, Beerwah Kindergarten; Stuart Eden 5493 0875

Wanted ABORIGINAL PNG ATREFACTS/ART Old weapons, shields, paintings, carvings etc. Collector paying $1,000’s. Phone 0433 143 278.

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

Pets & Livestock

For Sale


BUDGIES FOR SALE All colours $15-$25. Phone Mort on 5494 5944


2440 x 1220 x 9mm SEE STEVE AT.....



From $20 p/m2

Phone Tina 0414 233 751 Dog Pawz-A-While Grooming ...If your puppy isn’t becoming to you then he/she should be coming to me

Patient, gentle style clipping and your dogs entire grooming needs - Helen 5439 0080 Please visit for more info

Gloss White Wall 250x400 First Quality Tiles


TREVOR HELEN JAKEMAN FOR ALL YOUR STEEL&SUPPLIES CONTACT 168 Whites Road, Landsborough 4550 TREVOR & HELEN JAKEMAN Phone: 54 941031 Mobile: 0427400130

• Professional Grooming • No cages or sedation • Warm fresh water • Owners welcome to stay


SMILEY'S MOBILE ANIMAL GROOMING Hydrobath, Clipping, Grooming

Phone Lynda Kingdom 0409 627 775 ProfessionalÊPetÊSitting &ÊDogÊWalking

DailyÊvisitsÊtoÊyourÊhome Feeding,Êwalking,ÊplaytimeÊandÊloadsÊofÊcuddles!

Aluminum sliding door also security door with doggie flap $300. Lengths of western cedar $100 the lot. Viscount caravan $3,300. Phone: 0439 679 128 LG TOP LOADER washing machine. 6.5kg capacity, VGC, $200. Phone 0400 023 418. RIDE-ON MOWER 12HP 30 inch cut, geared transmission. VGC – can deliver. $1200 ono. Phone 5438 7868. QUEEN SIZED brass and iron bed. White, very ornate with Sleepmaster ensemble. All VGC, $250. Phone 5494 6003. SPRINKLING SYSTEM Many metres of quality sprinkling system with fittings, suit nursery. Phone 5438 7575

Cars, Bikes, Caravans & Boats

Hydrobathing to style clipping Open Monday to Saturday

See our specials at

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mao mao manor Boarding, Pampered Felines. All care taken, insp welcome. Pick/delivery available. Brenda 0417 287 954

To Rent/Lease/Let AVAILABLE NOW!

BEERBURRUM / GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS ONE BEDROOM UNITS for rent from $226 p/w POWERED CARAVANS from $186 p/w 466 Steve Irwin Way, Beerburrum Phone 5496 0151 Retail Shop Front 50m2 High Exposure Main Road Beerwah Opposite Woolies 0431 249 694

COVERED TRAILER 2-wheel, steel 5ft x 4ft, 4ft high $450; 6x4 trailer $80; ride-on mower $750; garden tip trailer, suits ride-on $250. Beerwah 5494 6313

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

64 Acres Pristine rainforest Voluntary conservation agreement Three bedroom split level home. Red cedar kitchen Detached studio Easy access. Environmental harmony

121 Archer St, Woodford

Garage Sales

168 Whites COMPETITIVE PRICESRoad, Landsborough STEEL CUT TO 4550 SIZE Shelly: 0409 609 938 or 5493 0368 RHS;Phone: FLAT BAR; ANGLE; HOUSE0427 POSTS; CHANNEL; 5494 1031 PIPE;Mobile: 400 130 SHEET; Glass House Mountains PLATE; MESH; DEFORMED BAR; PLASTIC; TRENCH MESH; CHAIRS, Find me on email:


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Phone: 07 5496 1203 Garry 0418 783 288 Mike 0417 320 590


Bellthorpe via Maleny - $548,000


Beerwah 5439 0076 Doonan 5471 0076

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Real Estate

glasshouse Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, BIRs, aircon, DLUG, fenced. Quiet cul-de-sac, walk to school, shops, rail. $385 / week. 0457 360 279 or 0407 572 930 BEERWAH main street position, Commercial opportunity 81m2, Lease options available Phone: First National Rentals 5494 6444

Wanted to Share Mother-daughter team wish to share house with the intention of creating a safe & happy home in the Beerwah/Glasshouse area. Combine furniture & amenities. Call Ali: 54390337 or 0408767630.

BEERWAH 2641 Old Gympie Road. Saturday 7am2pm. Moving sale, everything must go. BEERWAH 4 Fairy Wren Court. Saturday 8am-4pm and Sunday 8am-12noon. Moving sale – everything must go. BEERWAH 18 Otto Nothling Place (off Shaws Road). Saturday 7am-12noon. 3 households. Tools, rotary hoe, stationary engines. BEERWAH 122 Yeates Road. Saturday from 6am. Moving sale. BEERWAH 106 Peachester Road. Saturday 7am-4pm. Everything must go. BEERWAH 112 Thompson Road. Sat & Sun 8am-2pm. General household items. GLASSHOUSE Calvary Lutheran Church, Reed St. (next to the RSL). Saturday 10th November 2012 8am. Pre Christmas Garage Sale - Household Items; Bric a Brac; Plants; Rum Balls; Books etc. Stall Holders welcome to book sites at a cost of $10.00 per site Ph: 5494 9191 or 5494 7800. Glasshouse 10 Mountain View Place. Sat 8am12noon. Chipper, golf bag & clubs, kitchen stuff, books & bric-a-brac GLASS HOUSE MTS 7 Smerdon Way Saturday not before 7am. Household items, camping gear LANDSBOROUGH 50 Gowen Drive. Saturday 7am. Broms, books, bric-a-brac, ladies clothing and fossils. MOOLOOLAH 20 Paget Street. Newly unearthed treasures – more items than you can imagine. Heaps of items under $5 and other great bargains. You don’t want to miss this sale mate! Saturday 7am-1pm.

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SCORPIO October 23 – November 22 You will look for greater personal freedom and change. Let go of the past and let your new life open up for you. Changes on many levels can be upon you and it is best to just let it happen. Old ideas, beliefs, patterns and relationships can change, making a new path for you. SAGITTARIUS November 23 – December 22 Opportunities for spiritual growth and self improvement will be beneficial. Some changes in a home environment are likely at this time. Your interest in the higher consciousness and philosophy can now deepen. You will therefore have a chance to make positive changes in your life. It will be important to look within. CAPRICORN December 23 – January 19 Difficulties in getting co-operation from family members. This is not the right time to make important decisions, so take your time. Patience will be needed now in many areas of your life. A new work opportunity can come from out of the blue. AQUARIUS January 20 – February 19 Changes in personal relationships may need to be made. Also a change of residence is possible. Unless you are very well grounded confusion can block new opportunities. The other side of this aspect is you may very well have some very enlightening experiences. Take time out for yourself.

PISCES February 20 – March 20 Your business and personal life will combine very well at this time. This is an excellent time for business transactions especially concerning your home. You may also become very interested in many new subjects. This is a time to broaden your knowledge. Changes in the home and work are quite likely now. ARIES March 21– April 20 Your self esteem will be strong and you will have many opportunities. Your drive, confidence and personality can bring you much fulfilment. New friends that you make this week will be somewhat different. There can be a change of residence. TAURUS April 21– May 21 Travel will be important as well as making new connections with foreign people. For those singles, someone you never thought you’d think of romantically might suddenly turn your head around. This individual may have been trying to catch your eye for some time. GEMINI May 22 – June 21 Career influences are excellent and some changes in the workplace are likely at this time. This is a time to take big steps towards your goals. Buying property can be important. Also some of the best money making opportunities can come your way now.

CANCER June 22 – July 22 Your intuition will be enhanced now. This is an excellent time to look deeply into yourself - your plans, goals and aspirations. Self knowledge will serve you well at this period. Long walks and swimming can be rewarding. LEO July 23 – August 22 There can be a great deal of activity around you now. Family members can be coming and going. New insights into yourself will surface through your family. The worry of someone’s health will be sorted out. A new pet is possible and a change of car. VIRGO August 23 – September 22 This can be a time of new opportunities to expand your personal freedom and create changes in your life. You need to be free to be your true self. More time for yourself will be needed. Gardening will be healing. Symbol is a red rose. LIBRA September 23 – October 22 The wheel of fortune can now be turning for you. You will be quite surprised at how your life will change. This is also a time of decision making around your work and travel. An important letter or phone call can open many new opportunities. You can make positive changes in your life now, especially in your profession.

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