Stephanie Arthur-Worsop is the Rotorua Daily Post's News Director
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Incidents happened while the country was in level 4 lockdown.
Christopher Young has 77 prior dishonesty convictions.
Marvelly opens up about first six months as museum director and her plans ahead.
It's been a tough year for Kohutapu Lodge but the owners are hoping for a busy summer.
Nearly 1000 businesses have made use of the Covid-19 funding to access expert advice.
When the sentence became clear, the public gallery erupted in shouting and barking.
Raymond Jury was found guilty in August of murdering Rotorua man Trevor Rikihana.
The top five earners combined pocketed more than $700,000 in the three-month period.
Todd Muller's open and frank discussion about mental health will help usher in new way.
Defendant says friend 'signed his own death warrant for not paying his tick'.
We ask the experts why side hustles are so popular and speak to four locals who have them.
We ask the experts why side hustles are so popular and speak to three locals who have them
The trust says it hopes other companies will look at new ways to support employees.
View from the top: Innovative products will help stimulate inter-regional domestic travel.
View from the top: "We need authorities to be proactive."
'It's time to invest in the growth of our region and build towards economic recovery.'