A law change set for next year is aimed at addressing the complexity of the Holidays Act.
Rawiri Waititi says the council's 'fragility' over the issue is not his concern.
A temporary power supply has been put in place at a cost of just over $7000.
The manhole cover flipped, trapping the woman until firefighters could help.
Opinion: We have room in our hearts for everyone, why not let them in, just like Ness did?
The last set of code of conduct complaints cost ratepayers nearly $60,000.
The petition attracted 5017 signatures.
Defenders of the Springfield golf course say the proposal is a 'great idea'.
The council says it's just a proposal and will undergo consultation.
The council says it was not cost-cutting and not related to Covid-19.
The museum hopes to make space in its storage facility.
The Opposition says the Government funding means nothing without results.
It's expected to help about 4000 rangatahi.
Love the plan? Hate it? Public feedback opens today and runs until April 30.
Over three years, 31 councils held 737 informal meetings in secret.
Waka Kotahi says it's working hard to minimise disruption to businesses and residents.
Grey Power wants a driverless park shuttle and defibrillators in parks
Chadwick looks forward to meeting MP to discuss outcomes.
A tourism operator says Rotorua is in a relatively good position.
But Tourism NZ says Rotorua features in a new campaign.
The council understands about 370 children live in Rotorua's motels.
Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre will be 'focal point' of Rotorua - Glenn.
But the councillor in question says it's a matter of opinion.
Haley Thomas can't wait to turn 30. She didn't think she'd live that long.
Ankush Konde just wants a yes or a no on getting his liquor licence.
Ankush Konde just wants a yes or a no.
Sculpture will cost about $1000 to wash every year and $30,000 to repaint every 7 years.
Act's David Seymour compared the new Māori ward legislation to apartheid in South Africa.
Elected members clash at full council meeting.
Why is a Romanian so interested in Rotorua's lakes?
The mayor says it would be 'naive' not to expect costs from the consenting process.
Police say they deal with cases of disorder due to homeless people 'from time to time'.
Figures revealed after Local Democracy Reporting request.
The mayor says she 'gets' the frustration and security is 'top of mind'.
Most bans were from the library.
The mayor says she won't strip back council services for economic recovery.
Last year, parking charges brought in $2m. I-Park took $1.7m.
Strategy presented at last council meeting of the year.
Mayor Steve Chadwick says a standardised school speed limit would 'make total sense'.
Jennifer Sandison loved the kōwhai tree on her berm. It was cut down without warning.
The council collected $96.9 million from ratepayers last year.
The council has made its decision on Marguerita St.
The council says it will not respond to the letter 'through the media'.
'It's not the right place to be telling someone they have cancer.'
Stuart Nash also backtracked on comments he made earlier in the week.
Local Government NZ president Stuart Crosby says the public will want bang for their buck.
The committee also decided on a way forward for Tarawera's wastewater.
Waiariki MP Rawiri Waititi says it's time to 'stop beating around the mulberry bush'.
'It's a business, we're not here to be judge and jury.'
But Waka Kotahi has to work within the rules.
The council says it was on-track before Covid-19 hit, impacting people-related services.
It was one of the closest votes the council has seen all year.
"Any modification to the status quo is no longer the status quo."
'It's easy for everyone to pat themselves on the back … but we're not there yet.'
"It's about time they start to listen to business owners," says a CBD business operator.
Howie Morrison Jnr says Macpherson is 'trying to tarnish' an iconic man's name.
The council will also discuss an 'economic recovery project' in a public-excluded session.
The council did not respond to a request for the updated total cost of the sculpture.
Mahon says she hasn't 'even started to think' about whether she'll seek election again.
The Rotorua MP says he will lobby the Government to bring the rescue helicopter back.
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The health board says the contracted agency will address a 'significant gap' in services.