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The on-line Glenrowan Gazette had 54 readers per day in May 2015.
The month's total was 1697 and May had
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On average, the Glenrowan Gazette had just over 58 readers every day for the first six months of 2015.

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Book Review:

The Broken Shore

by Peter Temple

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This story is about a detective who is trying to seek the quiet life as he returns to his tumbledown family home with his two energetic dogs for company.
A prominent member of this coastal town somewhere in Victoria is murdered and suspicion falls on three young men form the local Aboriginal community. The case unfolds amid simmering corruption and prejudice.

Peter Temple has created characters that display the darker side of humanity that is all too present in society, whether we choose to admit it or not. The Australian use of colloquialism often adopted by male writers in that ‘hard boiled’ style, fitted the mood of the story well.


The analogy of the Broken Shore with the continual surging towards the delivery of justice in an imperfect world by imperfect people is symbolic of the waves crashing into the shore. This book had many laugh out loud moments as well which contributed to it being a very enjoyable read.

This story has also been made in to a tele-movie and
our book group rated this book 4 out of 5.

   
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  Opportunity for Website Design: Seeking Editor
editor The Glenrowan Gazette newsletter and website needs a new editor:
this is an opportunity to try your hand at working with a website!

The website is hosted by WangNET and the staff there provide training and support as well as software as required. The editorship also offers the opportunity to re-new the website, up-dating the newsletter page as well as the webpages to recent developments in software and for readers using hand-held devices like mobile phones and tablets.
The previous editor will be available for assistance, drawing from the experience of running the Glenrowan Gazette newsletter and website since 2008.

The Glenrowan Gazette website is published under the umbrella of Glenrowan Improvers Inc. and their treasurer Bill Gent is also organising the transfer to a new editor.
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Thanks to:
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Students and Staff at Glenrowan and Winton Primary Schools.

Editor: Bill Gent

 

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