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Lakefront advisory group gets approval from council
Advisory board gets green light despite questions over lack of local members.
Six-strong council delegation to attend Chch conference
Rotorua will make a bid to host another Local Government New Zealand conference.
Cheers all round at Animation College Rotorua graduation
There were cheers all round as students graduated from Animation College's Rotorua campus.
Special housing project to go to minister for approval
Special housing project in Ngongotaha to be recommended to Housing Minister.
McClay 'delighted' with promotion in Nats reshuffle
McClay 'delighted' by promotion to the front bench after National reshuffle.
Fallen branch knocks out ute window, closes street
Man 'lucky' after large tree branch falls, striking ute and closing Rotorua street.
Fed Farmers trying to raise $50k to challenge water plan
Fed Farmers trying to raise $50k to challenge controversial plan to improve Lake Rotorua.
Todd McClay declines to discuss leadership candidates
McClay surprised by English resignation - not willing to discuss possible replacement.
Tree which killed woman a 'tolerable' risk of dead limb failure
Tree that crushed woman was last year described as a "tolerable" risk.
CCTV cameras proposed for Rotorua buses after assaults
Assaults, safety concerns prompt proposal for CCTV cameras on Rotorua buses.
Delays, spending highlighted in Audit New Zealand report
Hotel and mini-bar expenses among issues highlighted in report.
Call to crack down on rowdy Rotorua holiday home renters
Fed up residents say they're sick of "policing" holiday home guests in Rotorua.
Catfish set for acoustic tags in bid to control pest population
Acoustic tags will be implanted inside catfish at Lake Rotoiti.
Library and children's health hub officially opens
New library and health hub will set an example to the rest of the country, some say.
Aquatic Centre management may go 'back to the drawing board'
A decision on the management of Rotorua's Aquatic Centre may go back to the drawing board.