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Opinion: No war, big or small, should be taken lightly.
Letters: Readers discuss the city's signage, trout poaching and the Bible.
Letters: Readers discuss Israel Folau and learning new hobbies.
Locals share what Anzac Day means to them.
Opinion: Anzac Day is a day of commemoration.
Letters: Readers discuss Israel Folau's comments on homosexuality and how media reacted.
Readers discuss North Korea, speed limits and environment-friendly initiatives.
David Beck gives an insight into his Harcourts Dancing with the Stars journey so far.
Readers have their say on synthetic drugs and Israel Folau.
Readers have their say.
Move forward or get stuck in the mud - the delicate balance of council spending.
We should be prepared to look at any solution to stop reoffending.
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Latest From Te Maori
There have been plenty of arty school holiday activities to keep creative juices flowing.
170 Kaimanawa wild horses were successfully re-homed following a muster in Waiouru.
Locals can get crafty and check out art as they commemorate this ANZAC Day.
Glide Time, presented by Rotorua Little Theatre, will feature a lot of laughs.
Children were able to creatively solve a challenge using Lego at the Rotorua Library.
Curtainbank Rotorua are asking the public to help them out with donations and machinists.
Rotorua's Golden Heart group make a difference in people's lives in The Philippines.
The modern agriculture industry is rapidly changing for new generations.
The winter season is now around the corner and who knows what that will bring!
Latest From Whakatane
Vibra Screen allows dairy effluent to be recycled and used to fertilise pasture.
Southlanders deserve a pat on the back, as river quality trends are improving.
Almost 60 workplace deaths since the start of last year, many in the agricultural sector.
A driver found himself in a sticky situation when his large load of honey drums spilled.
Fonterra owns an 18.8 per cent stake of the Chinese dairy manufacturer.
Urine from 4.8m dairy cows putting 200 tonnes of leached nitrogen into groundwater daily.
Northland's forestry sector is working hard to overcome its obstacles.
DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle says no farmer wants to see their soil damaged.