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Downtown Auckland (Inc)

Established in 1984, we are a dynamic and vibrant Rotary Club

We meet Tuesdays at 7:20 AM
Northern Club
19 Princes Street
Auckland,  1010
New Zealand
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UPCOMING SPEAKERS
RYLA candidates
Jul 30, 2019
Debrief of RYLA participation 2019
Shane Ellison, CEO AT
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LATEST NEWS

Downtown Auckland Rotary in Association with Milford Asset Management are excited to bring you 'Battle of the Suits'.

The event is a debate / black tie affaire on Tuesday evening 13 August 2019 at the Cordis Hotel, in Auckland. 
 
The moot for the debate is “Ports of Auckland - Can a Working Port & Auckland City Co-exist?"
 
The sole beneficiary is the 'Auckland City Mission HomeGround Project’ - a new purpose-built housing and social services facility.
 

We have a fantastic line up of personalities for the night, a carefully selected group of 'Celebrities' - Rt Hon Sir John Key, Tom Scott and David Downs versus the 'Legal Beagle' team of Kathryn Beck, Katherine Anderson and Michael Timmins.  Adjudicators of the debate are QC’s Simon Moore and Lynton (Lyn) Stevens, along with Miriama Kamo, our MC for the evening.

You will be wined and dined in style at the Cordis Hotel, with the opportunity to purchase some fabulous auction items, knowing that you are supporting a wonderful cause.

Don't miss out contact Gill Johnston gillj.downtownrotary@gmail.com or 021 278 9915 to purchase your tickets today.

Visit https://rotarydowntownauckland.club/page/battle-of-the-suits for more information

On 21st May, Karen demonstrated how to make 7 different Asian inspired goodies (Asian fish cakes, prawn wontons, Vietnamese cha ca fish noodles, Carmelised pork & grilled pineapple/veggies w/ coconut rice amongst others) to 22 of our Downtowners, family & friends. 
Many thanks to Karen & Grant Hally for also generously donating $400 from the event to KiwiHarvest. 
 
 
Twenty-five Downtowners and friends attended a delicious "US War History Dinner Club Meeting"
held at Rydges Hotel to listen to member Simon Walton share his experience of travelling around
the US visiting historical war sights.
 
In addition to great food and conviviality, the group raised $2,500 for KiwiHarvest.
 
Great job Simon & KiwiHarvest Champion Keith, and to the members who supported this fundraising fellowship event.
 
   
Trees for Survival is an environmental education programme which involves young people growing and planting native trees to restore natural habitats by helping landowners revegetate erosion prone land, improve stream flow and water quality and increase biodiversity. The Trees for Survival programme creates community partnerships by engaging schools, their community, local businesses and Councils all working together to restore our natural heritage.
 
Come out for one of our Tree Planting days at the following schools listed below: