Kerri Cryer

Councillor Column – Cr Kerri Cryer

Settling In, Supporting, & Delivering It’s been a busy time settling in but have enjoyed working with the Council team to help support residents on a large range of items – achieving some positive successes while working towards gaining some satisfactory and suitable outcomes on other issues. After much training, […]

Beaudesert Pistol Club Inc.

Women in the sights of pistol club      

THE BEAUDESERT Pistol Club has targeted women and girls as future members of the club with its introduction of a new event called Girls on Target. Funding for the program was supplied by the Queensland Department of Tourism and Sport to promote activity in sport by woman and girls. The […]

John Collins with Janine Healy

John Collins makes King’s Birthday Honours List

Kerry-raised ex-Powderfinger bass guitarist John Collins was one of the 737 Australians recognised on the 2024 King’s Birthday Honours list granted on June 10.  Collins grew up in the town of Kerry and attended Brisbane Grammar School where he met his fellow bandmates to form the trio of Powderfinger in […]

CARDBOARD CITY: Jamie Douglas traded his home for a cardboard one in the open air at Riverstage recently as part of the Vinnies CEO Sleepout charity night.

Jamie does it tough for charity

AS a leading local property agent Jamie Douglas knows just how hard it has been for renters to find a property and also how desperate some families are to put a roof over their head. As a keen walker he has also noted over the past few years how many […]

Cloonan Cup winners Luke and Jason Kuhz with Kate and Tim Cloonan, Jenny Ward and Lachlan Ritson

Cloonan Jug still strong 60 years on

Father and son Luke and Jason Kuhz took out the 2024 Cloonan Jug at Beaudesert Golf Club, which is now in its 60th year. Played over 36 holes, under modified matchplay conditions with an under 3/4 handicap, Beaudesert Golf Pro Lachlan Ritson said the game was played competitively but in […]

Dylan Biggs

Bigger and better

BEAUDESERT boxer Dylan Biggs is feeling confident for his first fight back since November. The Bulletin caught up with him about recovering from injury, confronting his first professional loss in the ring and growing into his ‘man strength’ as a middleweight fighter. Strong and confident WHEN Dylan Biggs takes on […]

Mununjali NAIDOC event organiser Robbie Antcliff and Mununjali Housing and Development general manager Brad Currie.

All welcome at Mununjali NAIDOC Day

CELEBRATING Mununjali people and inspiring the next generation to stay connected to culture will be the focus at 2024 Mununjali NAIDOC Day. The free family event for the whole community will start with a Welcome to Country at 9am and continue until 3pm on Saturday, July 6 at Jubilee Park, […]

Kartel Brown passes the ball to Levi Bannan

Kingfishers’ big weekend of footy

BEAUDESERT Kingfishers had a huge weekend at the beginning of the school holidays with teams giving their all in every game, despite some teams having key players away. A very tough, gritty game really tested the U11s against Mudgeeraba, going down for only the second time this season. A number […]

Sharon Rae, President of Kooralbyn Community Group Adrian Sandell and Lynne Carter

Fight for Kooralbyn link road goes on

WHEN the Kooralbyn Road was closed as bushfires raced through the district last year the only escape route for thousands of local residents was locked off.  It was a time of major concern and it was also a telling reminder to the 2000 or so residents from the picturesque village […]

Cousins Maddy Garratt, 13, and Florence Thurlow, 7 (sixth generation of the Ward family)

Wards reunite

THE sense of history and connection ran deep when descendants of Patrick and Annie Ward gathered to celebrate 150 years of Wards in Kerry. Everyone brought their own picnic and set up under the green winter canopy of the jacaranda trees to catch up with their relatives. Fifth generation of […]