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Letters: Playing the blame games
"Riding through the Whakarewarewa Forest I get a sense of magic and spirituality."
Te Rangihakahaka Centre students describe their favourite parts of school.
Polytech roposal strips Toi Ohomai of its current legal autonomy, a reader says.
Readers have their say.
Merepeka Ruakawa-Tait: The racists I look out for are the covert ones.
Letters: Immigrants provide much-needed skills to the county
Sports reporter David Beck takes a look at what makes the Tarawera Ultramarathon so great.
Letters: A solution to Rotorua's littering problem.
Letters: Criticism of Lakes and other DHBs is rude.
Letters: Stop blaming climate change for environmental blips
The Shambles' version of A Midsummer Night's Dream is bursting with talent.
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Provocative study in the US says it's true.
Float Music Festival at Lake Tikitapu.
The man's grand daughter Ronnie Tapsel-Walters speaks
Leach accepted a scholarship to attend Collin Community College
Bev Anaru Memorial Scholarship
Rotorua Supper Club's big travel prize.
Koutu community comes together to bless build of wharekai after nine-year wait
Reece Edwards enjoyed the perfect ultra running debut on Saturday.
RBHS head and deputy-head boys announced
Kaitao Intermediate principal Phil Palfrey talks about importance of not skipping school.
A car on fire in Ford Rd.
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Tikitapu will be a hive of activity and fun this weekend with Float and Bomb Comp.
A range of garden art will be on show for the community to admire at Rotorua Palmers.
There has been great engagement with Rotorua's Bike Month activities so far.
Quota International of Rotorua celebrated the international organisation's centenary.
Pamu Farms is quietly moving away from intensification on its farms north of Taupo.
Next weekend will be a busy one with events happening for all ages in Rotorua.
A range of art talks at the first 2019 ArtsMad aims to ignite and inspire people.
It's been a busy week for Te Aka Mauri as it celebrates its birthday with the community.
Lake Rotoiti will be host to beautiful boats at the annual Classic and Wooden Boat Parade.
Latest From Whakatane
Earnings driven mostly by A2 Milk's success in China's infant formula market.
Fonterra has already signalled that it supports the end of "open entry".
Conservation Comment: Are we getting to soft?
Changes are coming for the regulatory framework governing high-country leases.
Crews from Taupō and Hawkes Bay are at the scene, south of the Rangitaiki Tavern.
Sometimes it's safer to be 2IC.
What binds Northland's tōtara ''weeds'', a 120-year-old love story and new research?
It's the high-tech equivalent of "look Mum, no hands".