Matthew Martin is a senior reporter for the Rotorua Daily Post
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Return of Te Puia to local iwi reaches final steps
The final steps in the process of returning Te Puia to local iwi is under way.
Rotorua council given dubious award for muddy spending
Rotorua's council has received an award, of sorts, for its purchase of Korean mud.
Byelection on the cards after board member resigns
Resigning Rural Community Board member Euan McLachlan says job offer was too good to miss.
TOP leader Gareth Morgan draws large crowd in Rotorua
The Opportunities Party leader Gareth Morgan spoke to hundreds in Rotorua last night.
Deputy mayor hits out at 'breath-taking act of bullying'
Rotorua's acting mayor and a senior councillor have hit back at the RDRR's submission.
Mixed results for council-controlled organisations
The Rotorua Lakes Council's Operations and Monitoring Committee meets tomorrow.
Debate over short-term rentals at submission hearings
Councillors have heard views about locals renting their homes out for short term stays.
AccorHotels to manage Rotorua's first five-star hotel
A new five-star hotel in Rotorua will be managed by AccorHotels.
Rotorua tourism operators happy to head to Dunedin
Rotorua mayor and tourism operators support announcement Trenz 2018 will be in Dunedin.
Journey to environmental tourism success not an easy road
Rotorua Canopy Tours is clearing a 500ha area of pristine native bush of predators.
Barter Barber in town to help men talk about mental health
He plans to visit every town and city in New Zealand to bring attention to male suicide.