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The next monthly meetings of the Club's special interests groups - the Book Group (aka 'The Bookworms') and the Current Affairs Group (aka 'The Fixers') - will be held on Thursday 8 April from 5.45 PM to 7.00 PM.

New members are welcome.  A special call-out to those of you who have been travel-deprived for the last 12 months - why not do a little vicarious travelling by forming a Travel Group?

The Bookworms will be discussing the true crime book and movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, which Gordon Cheyne writes about in the 23 February edition of the Bulletin.

The Fixers will discuss two issues:

  • 'What can we learn from comparing the electoral systems of the US and Australia?', with discussion led by Lawrence Reddaway, and
  • 'Should jury trials be abolished?', with discussion led by Andrew Crockett.

This event is free and new members are welcome as we are always looking for fresh perspectives. 

When registering, please state in the 'Tag Text' box  which group you'd like to join - Books, Current Affairs or Travel.