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Get back to country roots at the show

WHAT ‘beets’ sitting in front of the television when when you are pining for something worthwhile to do?Growing your own fresh produce and entering it in the...

Iconic Tamrookum church to celebrate centenary

FOR 100 years, All Saints Memorial Church has sat majestically on a small rise at Tamrookum, a focal point among some of the Scenic Rim’s most...

Greens Senator to visit Scenic Rim

GREENS Senator Larissa Waters is coming to the Scenic Rim.The deputy co-leader of the Greens has extended and invitation to the general public to meet...

Sculpture symposium to make a comeback

WYARALONG Dam will be transformed into an outdoor art gallery when the Sculpture Symposium makes a comeback in Scenic Rim after a six year hiatus.The...

Snake season is upon us

AS temperatures rise for spring so do snake encounters, with the slippery serpents having been spotted across the Beaudesert and Logan district.Wildlife carer and snake catcher Alma...

Students’ labour of love set for demolition

EIGHT months of hard work could be demolished in seconds, but that has not dented the enthusiasm of automotive students at Beaudesert High.Since the start...

Totems program is for Beaudesert youth

A FREE theatre program in Beaudesert is helping Indigenous youth get in touch with their creativity and boost their confidence.Totems is held from 4pm to...

Limits shifted for Tamborine Mountain bike park

NOISE limits and a staff cap have been eased for Tamborine Mountain mountain bike park and outdoor recreation centre Guanaba Experience.The proposal, which was approved in...

BAMS Theatre finds its bark

THEY say never to work with animals or children, but Beaudesert theatre group BAMS has thrown that notion to the cyclonic wind.For its upcoming production of...

Kerry community unites at iconic charity luncheon

Kerry Hall was a joyous place to be on Wednesday when hundreds gathered to eat and sing the morning away at the Kerry charity luncheon.The hall was...

Parkrun trial draws a crowd to Beaudesert

Lions Bicentennial Park was a hive of activity on 7 April for the start of a trial of parkrun in Beaudesert, with about 130...