Tourism careers

HIGH school students, school leavers and mature-aged workers in the Scenic Rim are being encouraged to ‘join the crew’ and discover a career in the tourism industry. The newly launched Choose Tourism campaign for Queensland […]

David Malouf

Poetry under the piccabeen palms

How does a poet end up flat on his back?  The culprit was probably a nocturnal digging bandicoot, causing poet B.R. (Brett) Dionysius’s deckchair to tip up at last year’s gala Calanthe Poetry Competition event.  Thankfully, no […]

Canungra Men's Shed members looking foward to having better access to the shed

Grant gains access for Men’s Shed

THE latest round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund has provided good news for one local organisation. The Canungra Men’s Shed has received $22,000 to build a new driveway and shaded outdoor area. Canungra Men’s […]

SRRC Mayor and Councillors June 2021

Meet the candidates

THE countdown is on for the 2024 Scenic Rim Council elections with nominations closing for candidates on February 13. In an effort to help both candidates and voters the Canungra Chamber of Commerce will hold […]

: Canungra’s Sascha Watson who’s career in the RAAF saw her deployed on numerous international missions.

Breakfast promises a sell-out

THE annual International Women’s Day breakfast in Canungra has had a host of inspiring speakers over the years. It’s just one of the reasons why the breakfast consistently posts a “house full” sign long before […]

The last Muay Thai fight night was held in Canungra more than 10 years ago. The night will feature both junior and senior events.

Welcome home Muay Thai

AFTER more than a decade the combat sport of Muay Thai returns to the home of the Siam Cup with 15 bouts scheduled for the Canungra Showgrounds. Canungra Muay Thai Club’s David Torrens has been […]