Power-company-funded service is giving households tips on how to stay warm and save money.
Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Hurungaterangi students put their hearts into the show Lost Boy.
Four funders have swooped in to rescue a first response unit that's saving lives.
A short, volcanic tremor was detected at Whakaari/White Island at 4am on June 1.
Better decisions and having a locator beacon could have saved the hiker's life - Coroner.
Eighteen people from the Bay of Plenty have been awarded honours this Queen's Birthday.
Rotorua Lakes Council and three controlled organisations' incomes defy expectations.
Decorated veteran Robert Gillies was first in line at the Covid vaccine outreach clinic.
The arrival of a new, vibrant indoor market could change CBD for the better.
Motorists complain of low productivity and bad planning at two major roadworks sites.
Reigning Bakels Pie Award champion Patrick Lam is not taking anything for granted.
Residents of Rotorua with loved ones in Gaza and Israel are calling for peace.
School leaders say listening to student feedback helps to get buy in for lunch scheme.
Rotorua restaurant owner Deep Kumar is donating 1000 meals in tribute to his family.
Child safety was at the forefront of discussions around the Speed Limit Review 2021.
James Roque brings Rotorua a personal, political comedy show full of punchlines.
Submitters call for a consistent approach to speed limits outside rural schools.
Rotorua tourism operators welcome funding to offset loss of international visitors
The detour is expected to cause delays of up to 10 minutes.
Rotorua loses Cotton On and The Meat Shoppe but local business owners are optimistic.
The playground on Susan St has closed following regular discoveries of dangerous glass.
"She asks for me every day, asks me 'When are you coming back? But I don't have answers."
Robin Goomes is ready to race internationally thanks to Mark Dunlop Memorial Scholarship.
Council says the delayed reopening of Rotorua Museum comes at no extra cost.
Rotorua Mountain Bike Club takes $20k step toward sustaining an "essential" service.
James Devenport and 28 former students have found purpose working at their old school.
Businesses want the Government to communicate specific plans for the maritime border.