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Latest From Election 2017
Choosing teams for coalition talks with NZ First sets in train the jockeying for power.
Rotorua's mayor is committed to push the Government on its promises to the city.
Fletcher Tabuteau giving his thoughts on election night and where NZ First stands.
The final result has not yet sunk in for Coffey.
Te Ururoa Flavell reflects on why he lost and his sadness for what's ahead for Maori.
The new Waiariki MP said it felt like his first day of school.
Our election panel tell us how they feel about the results.
National's Todd McClay has won a landslide victory and a fourth term in government.
987 more voters registered Rotorua's election but it is not known yet how many voted.
Latest From Sport
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Latest From Te Maori
A local artist hopes to raise awareness of violence against women with her exhibition.
Community members came together and planted kumara.
Local creche and kindergarten children are having a blast on their new playground.
Local kindergarten children have created art work to help raise funds for a bike trail.
A local barista will be whipping up her best coffee for a competition in South Korea.
Local youth have been working hard to put together the Eastside Amazing Race.
The public can meet finalists of the Rotorua Museum Art Awards 2017.
Local businesses sponsored a raffle which saw $10,000 raised for child cancer.
There will be no shortage of fun for children at the Sunday Funday fundraiser.
Latest From Whakatane
The shock departure of the Maori Party was the only real upset of the election.
Zack Makoare's response to the death of his son has been recognised with an award.
Wild winds have knocked out radio stations as rain causes traffic mayhem.
It's appropriate to examine alternatives to reduce environmental damage says Barrie Ridler
What if we flipped the paradigm and fed methane to cattle? Scientists explain the case.
Two Kaitaia farmers didn't win a Ballance Farm Environment Award, but they can't complain.
Fishermen are concerned with the decline in trout numbers in the Hawke's Bay rivers.
The Court of Appeal is unmoved by claims export swamp kauri is not being controlled by MPI