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ACT Events 

More details of the following events in 2017 will be available closer to the dates 


QLD Events 

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WELCOME TO 2018 – Networking Drinks
 
Date:  Saturday 20 January 2018
Time:  6:30pm – 9:30pm
Venue:  Level 1, 5 Paris St, West End QLD 4101
 

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 Vic / Tas



Saturday coffee at 10.30am
 
Every fourth Saturday starting in February
Date:
 22/4, 27/5, 24/6, 22/7, 26/8, 28/10 and 25/11
Time:  10.30am
Venue: Max Brenner café, Level 2 Queen Victoria Square, 210 Lonsdale St.


After-work Social
 
Every second Thursday starting in 2018
Date:
 TBA
Time: TBA
Venue: TBA


Monash T&I PD: Simultaneous Interpreting Short Course
Applications Close on 17 December 2017
 
Date: 13 - 15 February 2018
Time:  10am to 4.30pm
Venue:  Monash University Caulfield Campus (conference interpreting lab)
  

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WA Events 

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NSW Events

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Regular Monthly Networking Functions
 
There will be regular monthly networking functions, please watch your emails for notices. 


AUSIT Christmas Party - Whether you have been Naughty or Nice, Come to Celebrate!!
 
Date: Friday 15 December 2017
Time:  6:45 PM AEDT
Venue: Iberico Spanish Restaurant 169 King St, Newtown NSW 2042
  

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SA / NT Events 

More details of the following events in 2017 will be available closer to the dates.


 
Regular Coffee / breakfast meeting for Adelaide Interpreters and Translators
 
Every first Saturday of the month (except January) from 10 am to 12 noon. Locations vary.
 
Date: TBA February
Time: 10am-12pm
Venue:  TBA
Aimed at: All Welcome

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International Events


NZSTI Annual Conference - Wellington, New Zealand, 26-27 May 2018
 
Communication and Superdiversity

At its 2018 Annual Conference in Wellington, the New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters wishes to explore various facets of communicating th! rough translation and interpreting in today’s superdiverse environment: practical, technical, theoretical, philosophical or ethical and other aspects, together with opportunities and challenges.

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