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We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Stamford Plaza
22 Albert St.
Auckland,  1010
New Zealand
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Gary Langford
Jul 22, 2019
District 9920 Governor
Mark Watson
Jul 29, 2019
Sportsman & Commentator
Andre Lovatt
Aug 05, 2019
General Manager, Auckland Airport Develpment & Delivery

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Our key-note speaker next Monday 15 July will be Jamie Sinclair, who is the CEO of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Trust, having previously been the Deputy Chief Executive of its development arm.  Jamie has a background in strategy development, risk management, finance and change management; as well as having run his own business advisory practice and has served as co-chair of the Sustainable Business Network.  Jamie is also exploring other new innovation avenues for the Trust, which recently introduced a health insurance scheme and a savings programme for its members.
A Trivia Quiz Night for Rotary Interact Clubs in our District (9920) has been organised for Friday 9 August.  If you would like to be part of a RCA team, then please contact Stewart Germann at
Date and Time: Friday 9 August 2019, 6pm to 930pm
Venue: Auckland Grammar School, Old Boys Pavilion, Mountain Road, Epsom, Auckland
Tickets: $5 per attendee maximum 2 teams of 5 or 6 players (includes food and drink)
RSVP: Stewart Germann email: by 2 August
The Rotary Club of Downtown Auckland in association with Milford Asset Management, are hosting a major fundraiser - a black tie debate on Tuesday 13 August 2019 at the Cordis Hotel, with the moot being “Can a Working Port & Auckland City Co-exist?".  One team comprises three lawyers - Kathryn Beck, Katherine Anderson and Michael Timmins and the other team is a carefully selected group of 'Celebrities' - Sir John Key, Tom Scott and David Downs.  Debate adjudicators are QC’s Simon Moore and Lynton (Lyn) Stevens and MC for the evening is Miriama Kamo.  This is a fundraiser for the 'Auckland City Mission HomeGround Project’ and the evening will also include an auction, a silent auction and a raffle.  Tickets are $250 per person or $2500 for a table of 10, which includes arrival canapés, 3 course dinner and drinks.  Tickets can be purchased from Gill at or 021 278 9915
For anyone who may be interested, there are still a few remaining Rotary Christmas Puddings from last year (they keep very well), which would be ideal for mid-year Christmas festivities.  If interested in purchasing any of these puddings, which are $20 each, please contact Jacqui in the office.
Te Whakaora Tangata is holding its annual Fundraising Dinner on Friday 6 September 2019.  This organisation is an innovator of parent-focussed, whanau restoration programmes in South Auckland.  For further information please phone (09) 269 4083 or email