A night of storytelling

All Welcome – to tell a story or just listen 

Saturday 4th May

7pm in the Hall

$5.00 entry (BYO Snacks/Drinks)

 

Hosted by the Island’s own Branko and Annabelle Kristevik, who have 50 years of Eastern European dancing experience.

Come and join us for an evening of fun!

Open to everyone aged 12+

We will socialise for 30 minutes mid-way through – so bring your own drinks and nibbles!

The event

The SIRA AGM will be held on October 21 at 10 a.m. in the Scotland Island Community Centre. Come along and hear about developments with SIRA and participate in electing a committee for 2019.…

Short film by the late Michael Edols (dec. 2018) and Claire Atkins about Scotland Island’s dance teacher, the late Trudi Engler (dec. 2012)

This film was written, directed and produced by Micheal Edols in collaboration with Claire Atkins for the H2O short film festival on Scotland Island in 2006.

With …

Ausgrid has announced plans to roll out improvements to our electricity infrastructure.

The following benefits will be achieved once these plans have been executed:

  • A second cable to the Island will reduce the risk of sub marine damage causing an outage, to almost zero
  • Insulators in the Island circular network

The owner of the Pasadena has never shown any interest in the offshore community other than his assertion in the papers that him opening for business is going to be welcomed. The act of destroying art by offshore artists does not bode well for the future relationship.

 

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mamatjira

 

Having premiered at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival, Namatjira Project is heading to Scotland Island on Saturday 28 October for a special screening brought to you by the Scotland Island Kindy.
Big hART production, the documentary in part grew from the stage, but “it’s far more than

You may recall the survey by Ausgrid regarding our power usage patterns and the community’s attitude towards potential reliability improvement methods that Ausgrid is investigating.

From the communication we received:

“The survey responses received from 170 residents (approximately 33% of households) found that:

  • The majority of respondents (96.5%) would either

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