Corporate Ethics in 2018 with Simon Longstaff AO
Tuesday 17 July at Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
A discussion on Corporate Ethics in 2018 will be a feature of Sydney Rotary Club’s Informal Luncheon on Tuesday 17th July.
The guest speaker will be Dr Simon Longstaff AO, Executive Director of The Ethics Centre.
Simon Longstaff began his working life on Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory where he worked in the Safety Department of the then BHP subsidiary, GEMCO. Following a period studying law in Sydney and a brief career teaching in Tasmania, Simon undertook postgraduate studies in philosophy as a Member of Magdalene College, Cambridge.
He commenced his work as the first Executive Director of The Ethics Centre in 1991. Simon is a Fellow of CPA Australia and in June 2016, was appointed an Honorary Professor at the Australian National University – based at the National Centre for Indigenous Studies.
Formerly serving as the inaugural President of The Australian Association for Professional & Applied Ethics, Simon serves on several boards and committees across a broad spectrum of activities.
In 2013, Simon Longstaff was made an officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for "distinguished service to the community through the promotion of ethical standards in governance and business, to improving corporate responsibility, and to philosophy.
On Tuesday 17 July 2018 at 1:00pm.
RYLA Fundraising Yum Cha
Rotary's Winter Yum Cha for Youth Projects
Saturday 21 July at Sky Phoenix
Join Sydney Rotarians, Rotaractors and friends at this special Mid-Winter Yum Cha on Saturday 21 July, at the Sky Phoenix commencing at 12:30pm.
Profits from this event will be used to fund participants to attend Rotary Youth Leadership Awards camp next January.
A 12-dish Yum Cha Banquet including
Chicken Spring Roll; Fried Prawn Dumpling; Mixed Steamed Dumpling Platter – Shu Mai (Dim Sim), Har Gao (Prawn), Vegetable Dumpling; Steamed BBQ Pork Bun; Salt & Pepper Calamari; Steamed Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce; BBO Combination Platter – BBQ Pork & Roast Duck; Fried Rice; Soy Sauce Fried Noodles; Mango Pancake or Mango Pudding, plus Chinese Tea.
Rotarian Catch Up
Sydney Rotary Club's 4th Tuesday AT HOME
Tuesday 24 July at Castlereagh Hotel
The 4th Tuesday of the month (24 July) is an ideal opportunity for Sydney Rotary Club members and friends to catch up in the Reagh Bar, Castlereagh Hotel, from 6pm.
There will be a minimum of formalities - just 10mins for
any announcements, meet new members, committee info.
There is no charge to attend. Just get a drink at the bar and enjoy the fellowship.
Rotarians, Rotaractors and friends are most welcome. You can stay on for a meal if you wish.
On Tuesday 24 July 2018 at 6:00pm
Visit by District Governor, Sue Hayward
Tuesday 31 July at Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
Sydney Rotary Club's 5th Tuesday of the Month Luncheon on 31 July will be celebrated with a French Theme and a visit by the District 9675 Governor, Sue Hayward.
Apart from being served an enjoyable French lunch, this is an ideal opportunity for newer members, and longer-standing members, to catch up with a broader view of Rotary through the eyes of our new District Governor.
Sue, who is a part president of the Rotary Club of Darling Harbour, has held a wide range of District roles including a term as assistant governor.
Sue's early career was in vocational training and business management. In Adelaide she ran her own registered training organisatiuon before moving to Sydney and joining the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. She then moved into health regulation and is currently the Director Corporate Services with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency.
Sue is a civil celebrant and conducts weddings, funerals and a range of other civil ceremonies. She is married to Mike, a retired architect and they have a son, Simon, who is a medical practitioner and a daughter-in-law, Kendall, who is a veterinary surgeon.
Lunch with ABC'S Simon Marnie
Guest speaker at Sydney Rotary Club's Luncheon on Tuesday 7th August will be the ABC's Simon Marnie.
He will discuss ‘Accidental adventures in radio and the importance of the national broadcaster.'
Simon presents Weekends on 702 ABC Sydney and ABC NSW, a diverse programme that combines news, arts and lifestyle.
Simon has worked both behind the scenes and in front of the microphone as a producer or presenter for government, commercial and community radio. He has dabbled in television for ABC, SBS and on the Food Channel for LifestyleTV
For over 25 years Simon has enjoyed bringing the stories, the people and the news to audiences from his days at JJJ to now on 702 ABC Sydney
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