Update: December 2016
Many of the following links can now be accessed exclusively by registered patrons.
For enlightening introductory tutorials about Adelaide, information has long been supplied from the main hallway of Villa Twaklinilkawt. Most of the details of those tutorials have now been archived in the vaults.
In addition, there is no longer any public access to the vaults. Only citizen-journalists with adequate credentials will be admitted to the vaults in future, and even to the investigative unit. Indeed, only citizen-journalists adequately investing in the investigation unit are likely to gain entry there.
There will no longer be training through the service wing for ordinary visitors, though many persons have experienced tutorials there too.
Having ordered the locking of the vaults and the banning of the public from the service wing, the ethereal owner of Villa Twaklinilkawt is preparing the way for future uncertainties. The Adelaidezone Institute for Applied Twaklinological Research continues to provide introductory tutorials though these, too, may soon be restricted.
Tutorials are continuing for quality citizen-journalists, particularly Adelaidean citizen-journalists. The main theme of the latter at present is a sense of belonging in and around Adelaide.
How do you usually reflect on a sense of belonging?