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Hilarious! Surreal! Intriguing! What a hoot!

Posted on 18 September 2014 by e-news

What a hoot!

Aim-High1-1024x648Aim High in Creation is the brilliant and hilarious (and sometimes poignant) latest movie from Sydney filmmaker Anna Broinowski. We’ve got Aim High, tonight in Castlemaine. Join us for our annual film fundraiser. It’s gonna be a hoot!

Tonight, Thursday 18 September


The Comma, 16 Hargraves St Castlemaine.

Tickets: $15 and $12

When her community was threatened with fracking, Anna decided to make a propaganda movie against it, but she decided to learn from the masters. Travelling to North Korea, she was given unprecedented access to the North Korean film industry.


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It promises to be a fun and sometimes hilarious night. And the meals at The Comma are great.

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Let’s rally to switch off fossil power!

The world’s biggest ever climate rally is planned for Sunday 21 September, and we are joining the world in Castlemaine! 11am, Sunday 21 September on the steps of the Market Building. There’ll be roving buskers, speakers, and photo opps galore. There’ll be politicians, banners and byo picnics.

dress_UploadAnd kids?

Kids can dress up as their favourite action hero/caped climate defender, and there will be a prize for the best costume – a worm farm for school.

castlemaine-auvc005-300x201Ride, walk or skate to the Market Building by 11am to make sure you’re in time for the BIG photo. We’ll be uploading the images to Facebook and Avaaz and

Our Castlemaine rally will coincide with the latest round of international climate negotiations, this time in New York. The New York rally is planned to be enormous.

We’re telling world leaders that this time we want real action, not more words.

We’re expecting a huge turnout in Castlemaine and would love to see you there. Bring your banners and signs. Wear bright fun colours, and get ready to make your voice heard.


Turning trash into treasure

?Mark Walker from Castlemaine Art Supplies with packaging to be re-purposed in the community

Mark Walker from Castlemaine Art Supplies with packaging to be re-purposed in the community


MASG is mapping business waste that can be re-purposed in Castlemaine, Maldon, Newstead and Taradale. We want to link businesses with waste to individuals, community groups and schools that need it: it’s that simple!

Local Businesses

Do you have waste items that you could give to individuals, community groups and schools that need them? Do you want to save money on your garbage bills? We want to hear from you! Expressions of interest can be made by completing a short survey here:

Individuals, Community Groups and Schools

Are you looking for a special item to give it a new life? Are you involved in a local community group or school that needs project materials? We want to hear from you! The most innovative use of business waste will win a prize! Email photos to by Thursday 16 October 2014.

For more information and to register your interest now, please contact Jay Smith, Waste Less Project Officer on 5470 6978 or


Last word

josh_foxNatural gas is a dirty fossil fuel like the rest of them.

Josh Fox, director of Gasland






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