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IA at the Summer Hill Hotel, Sydney, 21 November

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Come along to Summer Hill in Sydney on Friday, 21 November to meet the Independent Australia team, get up-to-date and have a great night out.

As a long awaited follow up to our highly successful Melbourne pub event last year, IA will be having a get together at the Summer Hill Hotel next month — and we’d love to see you there.

There will be some short speeches on the night. Peter Wicks will talk about Jacksonville and Kathy Jackson; Sydney bureau chief Ross Jones will preview his soon to be released Ashbygate book and managing editor David Donovan will discuss the future of media and plans for IA.

The event will be held in the pleasant, open upstairs function area at this bright, engaging venue in Sydney’s inner west, which is easily accessible by train, bus or car and has ample parking.

Tickets are $30 (or half price for pensioners and students) and will include two free drinks and a selection of finger food. There will also be a lucky door prize.

People wishing to attend will need to prepay by one of the methods listed below.

We hope to see you there.

Please RSVP today.

Where: Summer Hill Hotel, 1 Lackey Street, Summer Hill, NSW, 2130. [View map]

When: 6.30pm for 7pm, Friday 21 November, 2014.

Price: $30 (or $15 for students and pensioners).

Payment: EFT, Paypal or cheque (reference Summer Hill + your surname + number of tickets). Payment details here.

RSVP: Please email editor@independentaustralia.net by 5pm, Monday 16 November 2014.

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