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The Triangle - June 2023 is OUT NOW

Triangle Editorial, by Linda Sang Reading through all the contributions to The Triangle, I was truly struck by the range and breadth of interesting and diverting activities one can be involved in. Whether you sign up to a workshop learning about fungi, how it grows, where to find it, how to grow it and, more importantly to me, where to eat it! Learn to play bridge, volunteer to work in a productive community garden or wander through other people’s gardens and become inspired. Looking through the happy photos of children celebrating the coronation with a picnic and decorations of their own making, taking part in Anzac memorials through the different villages, playing music to a crowd at a village fair or having fun at the Moodji Garden’s family workshops – I can see the advantages of bringing up children in this wonderful environment. There’s art and music to be enjoyed, community dinners, new services and venues to explore. Of course it’s not all beer and skittles – the many building projects that are on the table, both large and small, are being delayed by many factors, including the slowness of DAs. It’s impacting individuals and larger projects where it hurts most – budgeting and time. And some projects are being halted for other reasons – environmental and cultural. Reading some of the history of Dignams Creek and surrounding areas, I was given a perspective on history that seemed to mirror contemporary times. People worked and suffered, but also had time to enjoy themselves in the community. Just like now. Our communities are small, but they reflect the wider world. And being small we can implement change more efficiently and cooperatively. If only we would. Click here for your online Triangle in the original PDF format you all know and love…

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OK, we promise, no more birthday content this issue … except to say that The Triangle members past and present had a lovely get together celebrating the paper’s twentieth year, sharing memories of their part in its history. So, what of the next twenty and what role will The Triangle play in voicing the matters affecting the community? This is your community paper and it needs your input. The production team is here only to make sure it comes out each month. So let us know what you would like to see in The Triangle, what you object to or love in this community and where you would like to see action taken. You can send a letter or contribute an article. Be creative! Send a photo, or simply let us know what is happening around and about. The Triangle would love to see some new and younger blood becoming involved and there are plenty of ways you can do that, be it on the production team or as a contributor. Editorial Georgina Adamson


NOTE: Comments were TRIALED - in the end it failed as humans will be humans and it turned into a pile of merde; only contributed to by just a handful who did little to add to the conversation of the issue at hand. Anyone who would like to contribute an opinion are encouraged to send in a Letter to the Editor where it might be considered for publication

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