Editorial Policy Guidelines and Upcoming Features

To read the full policy please click on the link below

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

 

 

 

 

Let’s Not Lose Our Voice

IN LAST MONTH’S MAILBOX item “RDU R.I.P?” we wrote about the potential closure of Rotary Down Under as you know it; a topic set to be debated at next year’s Council on Legislation. This provoked impassioned responses from many Rotarians, who have come to value the magazine in its present form.

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Let’s Not Lose Our Voice

A European Home for New Zealand

ON NOVEMBER 4, 100 years ago, soldiers from the NZ Division liberated the 17th century fortressed town of Le Quesnoy in northern France. Despite the loss of 142 New Zealand lives, no French civilian died, and the town was not destroyed. The soldiers from the NZ Rifle Brigade were able to gain entry to the town by using a 25-foot ladder. Two thousand German soldiers were captured inside the town.

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A European Home for New Zealand

Tis the Season

FROM SELLING TREES to donning the jolly man’s red suit, Rotarians across the region are spreading a little Christmas cheer, while also helping less fortunate members of the community.

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Tis the Season

Wellbeing not Welfare for Aussie Farmers

ROTARIANS have been tirelessly fundraising and implementing programs to assist those doing it tough as a result of the drought stretching across NSW, Queensland and Victoria. The millions raised from the Rotary and Channel 9 national appeal are being put to good use, as well as the tens of thousands pulled in by Rotary clubs through their own home-grown events.

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Wellbeing Not Welfare for Aussie farmers

Walking it out for Leukaemia

THE ROTARY CLUB OF WHAKATANE, NZ, is raising funds and awareness for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand (LBC) through member Owen Vaughan, who is walking the Te Araroa Trail – a 3000km pathway from Cape Reinga at the very top of the North Island to Bluff at the very bottom of the South Island.

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Walking it out for Leukaemia

Hat Day 2018

IN OCTOBER, Rotary clubs across Australia held Hat Day events to help Australian Rotary Health Lift the Lid on Mental Illness. Hat Day events included high teas, trivia nights, fundraising dinners, and some even celebrated it online!

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Hat Day 2018