Rotary Matters
On air Friday 3pm -4pm
Triple H 100.1 FM
Rotary Matters a weekly program on community radio station Triple H 100.1 FM profiles the causes, projects and people who make up Rotary. The idea is to arouse interest and engagement among the wider general public. Each week a different Rotary initiative is profiled with an in studio interview. This is followed by a What’s On of activities in District 9685 which are accessible to the public. To have your Club’s initiatives and activities profiled on Rotary Matters, contact the host, Ian Stuart on 0416 138 860 or Episodes of the program can be heard indefinitely on the Rotary Matters Facebook site and other social media platforms like Spotify.  See "Read More"for links to some recent broadcasts.
Rotary Matters
On air Friday 3pm -4pm
Radio is a powerful way to spread your Club stories. If your Club has a project, local or overseas, which would interest the wider general public, discuss it with Rotary Matters presenter Ian Stuart who will be glad to help spread the word. 0416 138 860
Here are links and descriptions for the four recent episodes of Rotary Matters.
Rotaract….Rotary for 18-30 Yr Olds Rotaract is a service, leadership, professional and community service organisation for young men and women. The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Rotaract Club started in August 2019. Today we meet the newly elected President Charlotte Weatherall and Vice President Tiana Jarmyn who explain what they've done, how they engage with their demographic and their plans for the future. An inspiring story of young people putting service above self. Contact or find them on Facebook.
Mobile Leprosy Clinic for Uttar Pradesh Almost 3 million people in India live with leprosy related deformities. Leprosy is a long term infection that causes severe disfiguring skin sores and nerve damage in the arms, legs and skin. The Rotary Club of Hills -Kellyville in Sydney's north western suburbs has raised funds to support a Mobile Leprosy Clinic to alleviate the situation in Uttar Pradesh. The clinic offers multi drug therapy, education and improves the capacity of local health care professionals. We meet the tireless and passionate Haran Ramachandran who leads the funding campaign at Hills-Kellyville. See Hills-Kellyville Rotary Facebook page.
Books in Homes / Beirut
Books in Homes provides free books to remote and disadvantaged communities. We meet Carmel Robinson from Castle Hill Rotary Club who explains how her club supports this initiative and its relationship with a small school in far north west Australia. We also learn about the Club's active response to the recent Beirut disaster, channeling funds to be used by the Rotary Club of Beirut at a time when traditional aid agencies and NGOs have their access delayed due to the impact of Covid 19. To support and donate go to
Behind the Scenes at St Ives
This week we take a look at the Rotary Club of St Ives, on Sydney's upper north shore. Russell Crofts the President explains how it all started, the way that the club is governed and some of the community projects they support. Di Barnes, PR Director for the club discusses the Pride of Workmanship Award and the successful Tree of Joy project. We conclude with a look at laterite and its significance, geologically and as an aid to educational understanding.