Shauni James is the Rotorua Weekender reporter
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Rotorua man John Richards shares his story about his son's suicide.
"It was inevitable": Rotorua tourism operator.
The 'Cousins' premiere is being hosted in Rotorua at Reading Cinema on March 3
The launch of Hinemihi: Te Hokinga - The Return was held at the Rotorua Library.
Rotorua schools are excited to be opening for their students to attend again.
The South Korean capital is a feast for the senses, writes Shauni James.
Jadon Probert's wish came true when he had a photography session in Rotorua with his hero.
Volunteers have spent the weekend searching for missing autistic man Nigel Peterson.
Three Miss Rotorua contestants are competing internationally in Las Vegas this June.
Tania Cres was closed for more than 90 minutes after reports of a man with a gun.