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Mondays at 12:15 PM
Hotel Britomart & Zoom
CBD Club
New Zealand
We meet at Hotel Britomart in the City as well as regular meetings on Zoom.

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Monday 6 December will be our final meeting for this year, starting at 12.30pm.  Bishop Ross Bay will be our speaker and he will talk about how they have managed through the year, the challenge of vaccination certificates in relation to their organisational ethos, Auckland City Mission and a recognition that we are close to Christmas!  The following Zoom link will open at 12.15, for a 12.30pm start:
Next year’s District Conference is being held in Wellington at Te Papa, from 24 to 26 June.  This event is being organised by the Rotary Club of Manukau Sunrise and their fingers are crossed that Auckland’s borders should be open by then.  As this will be our first Matariki long weekend, the conference will be held on both Friday & Saturday, leaving Sunday to explore, or head home. So many options for everyone to think of and Air NZ still have cheap flights over this period, so don't miss out.  Rotarians are also being asked to organise their own accommodation bookings.  There will be a great fun filled Friday night, so get your Club thinking of something to showcase at the ‘Rotary's Got Talent’, maximum of 3 minutes long.  Early in the New Year pricing & early bird registrations will be made available.  So, mark 25 to 26 June 2022 in your diary.  If you have any questions, please contact Leanne Jaggs:
1 in 18 children die before their fifth birthday in Kiribati and three times more women die from cervical cancer in the Pacific than in Australia and every year.  ‘Give Every Child A Future’ will work with UNICEF to introduce three life-saving vaccines across nine Pacific Island countries; the Cook Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. The Asian Development Bank is financing the introduction of these vaccines into four of the countries (Vanuatu, Tonga, Samoa and Tuvalu), while Rotary will fund regional and other supporting activities in those four countries and fully fund the programme in the other five countries. Rotary and UNICEF are aiming to vaccinate 100,000 children over four years, but this is just the beginning. This project will help strengthen the Pacific’s broader health systems and ensure the sustainable delivery of these vaccines into the future.  Generations will continue to benefit from this project.  A truly inspiring Rotary legacy.  For more information about this life changing project and to make a donation and sign up for their newsletter, go to and "Like" our Facebook page to keep up to date on all the latest rotary give every child a future - Search Results | Facebook