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Kāhu ki Rotorua
Raukura production: Curtains up on high energy musical
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Musical chance to showcase talent of Raukura students.
Champion talker the face of diversity in newsrooms
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Meet Atutahi Potaka-Dewes, a student of the Te Rito programme.
Te Arawa kapa haka group to pay tribute to fallen in Italy
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Group is participating in an International Folklore Festival.
'Not just a game, this is history': Pressure on to deliver for indigenous match
Game will bring two cultures together and widen horizons.
Wāhine rangatahi put names forward for board spots
They are articulate, driven and want to have their say.
Teen mum classes still going strong after 20 years
Te Āhuru Mōwai is still supporting teen māmā to achieve goals while raising babies.
Forget the All Blacks and Irish! Biggest game this weekend is at Koutu
The whole community will turn out from our koeke down to all our mokopuna
'Out of this world': Rotorua weaver buzzing over festival experience
Indigenous arts brings creative minds together.
Matariki celebrations to be held on shores of Lake Rotorua
Celebrations will include an umu kohukohu whetū ceremony.
'I will always belong': Roar of bikes carries message of hope to smaller hapori
Ride for Life is raising awareness about suicide.
'Need to pull out the big guns': The major mahi of creating healthy wetlands
There is no one step to put to rights what generations of us have squandered and spoiled.
'Only one run-through and we'll be ready': Old-timers dust off haka skills
More than a dozen of us had answered the call to perform.
'Stupid little skits' grows into full-time business
What started as a bit of fun has become his full-time business.
Inaugural Te Arawa Iwi health board to help drive transformation change for the people
"It isn't about 11 people holding the health space for all of Te Arawa."
Matangireia Yates-Francis draws on whakapapa in his creative space
Climate crisis drives aspiring architect.
Reaching for the sky: Working with trees is more than a job
Working with trees is more than a job to Rangiora Inia.
Dreams are achievable: Multi-skilled mother sets example for tamariki
Hard work and dedication puts dreams within reach.
Celebrating the kupu: Māori writers festival set to burst on to Rotorua scene
Writers already confirmed for the festival include Dr Rangi Mātāmua and Alan Duff.
Oranga Tamariki adopt Maori informed restorative justice practice approach
Approach encompasses learnings from the journeys of our tupuna so long ago.
Hearings to begin on beneficial entitlement to Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley
Hearings on who has beneficial entitlement to the valley start on Monday.
Netball-starved fanatics primed for season liftoff
Netball is coming out of the two-year Covid-enforced hibernation.
Koeke have a place to dance and have fun whilst keeping fit
Since Rangi Henry came on board numbers have increased.
The homegrown leader who dedicates life to serving community
"Ko te hāpai i te wehi, te wana me te mana o te wāhine Māori".
IRD provides a tailored service targeted at assisting Maori tax payers
Meet two officers in Rotorua helping people better understand their taxes.
60-year marriage: 'You have to know when to say sorry and not to go to bed holding a grudge'
Kiri recently celebrated her 80th birthday with her beautiful whānau.