Imagine being able to view the pristine native bush of Okere Falls and the rushing rapids and waterfalls of the Kaituna River in a way no others have. Well, you may not have to imagine it for much longer if an application to build a new tourism venture at Okere Falls is approved. Stephanie Arthur-Worsop reports.

A new tourism venture at Okere Falls could generate up to 30 new jobs in its first year - if approved.

Okere Adventures, a joint venture between Rotorua Rafting's Sam Sutton and Māori landowners from Ngāti Hinerangi-Ngāti Hinekiri, has applied to set up

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