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 above topics?
Please submit them to editorial@rotarydownunder.com.au for consideration.
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Rotary Down Under Editorial Policy Guidelines

*  Homeless
*  Rotarians helping infants
*  What happens when you step outside your club
*  Feeding the world
*  Helping the agricultural industry
*  Bullying
*  Youth – driving awareness
*  Youth – Rotaract/Interact
*  Science
*  Unusual club projects

 

 

 

TRF and RAWCS working together

Lou Johnson, chair of The Rotary Foundation Australia Ltd, and Michael Perkins, chair of Rotary Australia World Community Service Ltd, talk to Rotary Down Under about the differences between TRF and RAWCS, how each entity operates, and the importance of working together to achieve the best outcome.

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TRF and RAWCS working together

 

Taveuni – South West Pacific’s Tiny Rotary Gem

The only Rotary club on Fiji’s third largest island, Taveuni, the Rotary Club of Taveuni could well be the most active club in the South West Pacific.

Hovering at around 10 members, the Rotary Club of Taveuni represents a cultural mix of Taveuni residents. The small club achieves big things, however, with the club’s aim to complete projects at the rate of $50,000 value per member per year.

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Taveuni Rotary

Around the world with Rotaract

By Will Bassett

Rotaract Club of South West Brisbane, Qld

WHAT do Germany, Canada, India,the Netherlands, Ukraine, Mexico,Peru, Hungary, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Croatia, Zimbabwe, Sweden, USA and Sri Lanka have in common? For me, in no particular order, these are the countries I now have a place to stay with friends I met on Rotaract Roundtrips.

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Around the world with Rotaract