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It will be a big year for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rotorua, including a new programme.
People can share their passion for sustainability with the community in March.
Little Rotorua chefs can get out of their cooking comfort zone with a Junior Master Chef.
Local Chris Everest is organising two concerts to help give youth opportunities in music.
A local education initiative is in need of volunteer tutors.
A Rotorua pianist is excited to be performing in Lakeside 2018 - Whenua #itsabouthome.
Rotorua is in for a treat with a packed year of local theatre shows.
The Arts Village additions are coming together.
Children have had a blast at the Rotorua Library these holidays.
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A spark from a power harrow caused a large fire near Jacks Point in Queenstown.
Napier shearer John Kirkpatrick wins NZ crossbred lambshearing title at Winton A & P Show.
Gorgeous Gardens Summer Series: "I'm a dahlia freak," Cherylene said.
We preview a few big months coming up in the show shearing season with Sir David Fagan.
Lexie Nicholl, a Waitahuna youngster took part in her first competitive event yesterday.
Phil Duncan,Sir David Fagan, Andy Thompson, John Hart,Neal Wallace and Paul Allison.
Red meat export receipts hit a record high for the December quarter.
It will be an unfortunate backwards step if rubbish bags are not to be collected locally.