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The Rotary Club of Plimmerton was the first Rotary club in New Zealand to participate in a community network of websites.
On the page below and in the column at right, we join a growing Rotary community of club and project websites that share content instantly as it's published.
In addition, the Rotary Club of Plimmerton participates in our local community at Our Porirua.
Last evening talk was entitled ‘From here to Autonomy’, but it was clearly meant to shake us out of our complacency when it came to driving our cars ... Keep Reading
For a committee night, our numbers were surprisingly large until we found that we were hosting members of the International Friendship Exchange visitors from District 7850 in the United States. It was a happy evening ... ... Keep Reading
Surgical nurse Mok Freitas hands over camera Tawa Rotary provided to take videos of surgical instrument sterilisation techniques for sharing with his colleagues in Dili. Keep Reading
Last evening, Rob Wilson, president of Ghost Fishing NZ, described the activities of this entirely voluntary organisation, which tries to clean up the seabed. .. Keep Reading
Rob Wilson, president of Ghost Fishing NZ described the activities of this entirely voluntary organisation. We were given some valuable food for thought about climate change. We were given several opportunities to volunteer and be of service and caught up with news from other organisations within our community ... Keep Reading
Tonight, Colin James will look beyond the present government to the wider politics of the 2020s and the rise of a younger generation Keep Reading
The start of the second half of the Rotary year, after a lovely summer break, began with a casual dinner at Ruby's Cafe ... Keep Reading
A very swift AGM, the opportunity to present a cheque to Mary Potter Hospice for their new community Hospice in Porirua, last-minute Christmas wishes and plenty of good-will and friendship to mark the end of the first half of the 2019-2020 Rotary year ... Keep Reading
It was a lovely festive evening at a great venue. The whole room was buzzing with chatting and laughter, the singer was great and the food excellent. What more could we want in the lead up to Christmas ... Keep Reading
On Friday night, the Myanmar Community put on a Hotpot Dinner for the Myanmar Homework Club volunteers, several of whom are Plimmerton Rotary Club members. It was a great chance to mingle and share with these lovely people from Myanmar ... Keep Reading
This was a night of serious fun and laughter with happy children, presents galore, Father Christmas and Harold. Allan Nichols and his team made sure that all the children had a great time for their annual Christmas party ... Keep Reading
This is one of the most enjoyable events in our Rotary calendar. The best speakers from the nine primary schools in the Paramoana cluster (schools in northern Porirua) compete for trophies and impressive cups for the winning schools. It began in 2002, with our club sponsoring it continuously from 2003 ... Keep Reading
We enjoyed a very informative talk from Kris Faafoi, a great introduction about his forthcoming exchange to the Netherlands from Theo Surorius and much more ... Keep Reading