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It's 20 years since Gary Sullivan and Glen Anderson, opened the Nzo MTB store
A water bottling decision and Ōpōtiki's macrons are topics for letter writers today.
COMMENT: It's not easy being a supermum. Just do the best you can.
Readers have their say.
Opinion: Thank goodness the Winter Solstice has arrived and left.
Merepeka Raukawa-Tait discusses the recent Otakiri Springs decision.
Letters: Readers discuss nurse and teacher pay, short-term accommodation and volunteers.
Letters: Readers discuss new CBD parking, Our People and roundabouts.
Rotorua Daily Post sports reporter David Beck runs his eye over the past week of sport.
Letters: Readers discuss the post shop's impending closure and community spirit.
Letters: Readers discuss speed limit changes and short-term accommodation.
We asked Malfroy School pupils why they liked the school.
Latest From Sport
Steve Holmes will be speaking at the festival with Bobby Howard about the YouthHub.
Fire spreads through a home in Puriri Cres, Hillcrest, Rotorua. Photo /Supplied
A truck has rolled north of Taupō, seriously injuring the driver and blocking a section of SH1.
Dunk for Harold is this Sunday.
More than 500 people attended Morrison's tangihanga.
Malcolm Hore has autism which he says comes with both strengths and struggles.
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Rotorua people will take a cold plunge this weekend for the Rotorua Life Education Trust.
The community can see a special screening of local historical film footage.
The Rotorua Trails Trust is being in the 2018 Bike to the Future Awards.
Locals can bring out their inner child while building strength through parkour training.
Schools got crazy and colourful with wigs to raise money for Child Cancer Foundation.
Electricians and plumbers are busy bees as they do a range of work at St Chads.
Rotorua U3A's next community forum will include guest speaker Dr Jacqueline Rowarth.
Award-winning comedian Rhian Wood-Hill visits Rotorua with his new show this weekend.
There are now six weeks left to go before dancers take to the stage for Rotorua Hospice.
Latest From Whakatane
Sir Brian Lochore,Mairi Whittle,Steve Maharey,Michael Every,Brendon Hoare,Winston Peters.
Initiatives to M. bovis response based on feedback from farmers and rural communities.
Deaker & McAnulty, Sir Eion Edgar, Lisa Murray, Andrea Fox & website exclusive Barry Soper
New Zealand milk production may grow to a record of nearly 23 billion litres this season.
A woman in the audience said she thought the ministry was "struggling."
Knowledge of Nait system has increased but some farmers are continuing to break the rules.
Farmers to be told of infected neighbouring properties
Schools are being asked to exclude all breeds of calves from their 2018 Ag Day Programmes.