Xander Louden, Hunter Tapia and Grayson Cranney
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A whole world of colourful fun

Canungra State School students enjoyed an afternoon of colour and excitement when their colour run was held. Most of the students, and a few staff members, had a fantastic time racing around the course on […]

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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 […]

Sentinel
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Death of the Sentinel

Since 1925 a large rock formation has stood watch over motorists driving up to the mountain from Tamborine. The Sentinel, as it became known, was a piece of ancient basalt standing beside the upper S […]

Judith Roland
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Judith Roland 

SINCE 2004 Judith Roland has devoted her time to regenerating and caring for the forests and natural landscape of Tamborine Mountain.  She’s up early and is out most days quietly planting, weeding or meeting with […]

David Malouf
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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 […]

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New campaign to champion grassroots journalism

The Local and Independent News Association (LINA) has launched a pivotal nationwide campaign aimed at growing diverse, community focussed voices in Australia’s embattled media landscape for 33 participating publications including Canungra Times, Beaudesert Bulletin and […]

Bushwalker winched to safety. Image supplied.
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Bushwalker winched to safety

The Toowoomba-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter crew was tasked to rescue a female bushwalker in the Scenic Rim this afternoon, Sunday June 2. The aeromedical team was tasked to the remote and rocky mountain range […]