Ellen Logan and Julie Ferguson (pictured) from the Cancer Council Queensland Beaudesert Branch were among local volunteers who spent selling several days selling vibrant blooms locally for Daffodil Day. They popped into the Beaudesert Bulletin office on their rounds, selling daffodils and merchandise to raise money for the work of Cancer Council Queensland. They reported strong community support for Daffodil Day, which is a symbol of hope for those impacted by cancer.
Incoming Beaudesert U3A President Brendan Dever has paid tribute to his predecessor Andy Fechner and promised his best efforts in contributing to the continuing success of the association. The semi-retired engineer and his wife Verlie, […]
A decade on from the Kerry Blockade of 2012, people who protested CSG exploration in the Scenic Rim remain quietly watchful despite there being no current activity in the region. For 10 days in early […]
Meetings for the community to have its say about the future of Veresdale Scrub’s original school building will be held on 6 and 11 August. It comes after residents and State Member Jon Krause called […]