Editorial Policy Guidelines and Upcoming Features

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Rotary Down Under Editorial Policy Guidelines

Upcoming features – order of features may vary dependent on amount of content received

Do you have a story that is relevant to any of the below topics?
Please submit them to editorial@rotarydownunder.com.au for consideration.
*  What happens when you step outside your club
*  Feeding the world
*  Helping the agricultural industry
*  Bullying
*  Youth – driving awareness
*  Rotaract/Interact/EarlyAct
*  Unusual club projects
*  Rotary helping the Disabled
*  Rotary Fellowships
*  Education
*  Membership

 

 

 

 

Building Enterprises

FOSTERING ENTERPRISE is one of the most sustainable ways to lift people out of poverty. By building economic opportunities, providing seed capital and providing employment outcomes at home and abroad, Rotarians are helping people help themselves.

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Building Enterprises

Moving Mountains

WHEN PRESIDENT of the International Marathon Fellowship of Rotarians, Kester Baines, suggested Queenstown as the destination for the Fellowship’s next annual run, friends all thought he’d run a marathon too many… and it turns out they might have been right!

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Moving Mountains

Wheelchair Carousel

TWO STORIES published in Rotary Down Under magazine provided the inspiration for a new club project benefiting the Blue Mountains’ community.

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Two Stories

A Restful Haven

FOUNDED In 1988 Catherine House provides safe refuge and integrated services to women experiencing homelessness in Adelaide. Thanks to a recent garden makeover, the facility now also provides a safe and peaceful space for residents to enjoy the great outdoors.

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A Restful Haven

Excess Baggage: A Labour of Love

ON BOXING DAY 2018, the 74th Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race launched from Sydney Harbour, finishing 628 gruelling nautical miles later at Sullivans Cove in Tasmania. Behind the scenes, Rotarians were hard at work shouldering a behind the scenes part of the race they have handled for the past 25 years.

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Excess Baggage: A Labour of Love

Together How Much More Could We Achieve

ROTARY INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT Barry Rassin is known for looking for ways to do things differently to maximise the positive impact Rotary has on the world. One of his focuses is working to build strategic partnerships, which, like The Rotary Foundation’s collaboration with UNICEF and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, have the potential to help us make a far greater impact than we ever could alone.

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Together How Much More Could We Achieve