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Gisborne's holiday programmes: Tōnui Collab, YMCA, Central Football and gymnastics club.
Ancient Indian festival celebrates its sixth year in Tauranga.
Five Rotorua Primary School students head to the Aquabots World Championships in the USA.
Hastings' City Assist transforms CBD; mayor gives intruder into video filming telling-off.
From managing Mauao's walking tracks to its ecology, meet the man with 'the coolest job'.
Landspeed New Zealand wants to protect a record-setting public-road surface in Reporoa.
Over a thousand gather to protest against plans for a civic centre in recreational space.
It was raised in the annual Whakaari Hayden Marshall-Inman Memorial Golf Tournament.
DIY sanitary pads from recycled towels gets people talking and helps lift period stigma.
Gisborne's Fifties Forward fitness class soon to celebrate 30th anniversary
Tauranga's temporary library - He Puna Manawa - officially opens for business.
Lois Ion is a rare person. She's just about as rare as her stamp and coin collection.
Howie Junior lives life on his terms but honours his father Sir Howard Morrison's legacy.
Outgoing MP says he expects a great by-election battle between red and blue for his seat.
These builders connect to their ancestral links through construction on their marae.
Carterton Swim Club is fundraising to replace its rusty indoor pool building.
Overseas returnees move to Gisborne for a better family life.
Whiti Hereaka's novel Kurangaituku has been shortlisted for the Ockham Book Awards.
GodsOwn Brewery harvests its hops using customers' sticky fingers
A Rhythm and Lines fundraiser in Gisborne will feature 3 hours of non-stop line dancing.
Meet the best friends who surf together but have never seen each other.