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Thousands of Bay of Plenty students have sat the biggest NCEA exam on Monday.
Sunset Primary pupils share why they like their principal as he gets ready to depart.
Vacant space in CBD lowest since 2010, a council staff member writes.
Readers have their say.
Te Māori columnist Te Taru White looks to the future.
The more increases in rent, the more are homeless — the equation is that simple.
Letters: Get along to Brave Hearts exhibition.
The Rotorua Daily Post asked people why commemorating Armistice Day is important.
Donating an item of food will go a long way to making Christmas special for all.
'We will remember them.'
Armistice Day is all about celebrating service and sacrifice, writes Reynold Macpherson.
Marking Armistice Day centenary with a collection of memories of war and conflict.
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Rotorua's Nick Berryman and Amanda Kittow finished third overall in the World Series Jet Sprints.
Niels Rasmussen is moving on from his role at Sunset Primary.
Joseph Terry with his daughter Karen Bourke and his father's medals.
A ceremony was held in the Government Gardens as well as the Multicultural Rotorua Parade of Nations.
Alan Macfarlane speaks about the 13th annual Clubs New Zealand National Trout Fishing Tournament in Rotorua.
The book Touched by War - Wartime Memories was launched at the Rotorua Library.
Rotorua mountain biker Sam Shaw
Te Tai Whakaea Treaty Settlement Stories is a national project to collect, preserve and share the broad and multi-faceted history of Treaty settlements.
Salvation Army Corps officers Kylie and Ralph Overbye are helping co-ordinate the appeal.
Jacinda Ardern is welcomed onto Te Manuka Tutahi Marae.
Meningococcal disease can be difficult to diagnose because it can look like other illnesses, such as the flu.
Council strategy adviser Jill Campbell explained the Child Equity Programme proposed to be piloted at Sunset Primary School at the Rotorua Lakes Council's Strategy, Policy and Finance Committee meeting.
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Youth are encouraged to put their best foot forward to employers with a dedicated team.
Families can have fun while learning more about diabetes at a family event.
The upcoming ArtsMAD evening features seven speakers and their stories and inspiration.
Book launch and talk aims to keep war stories alive 100 years after World War I.
Rotorua Hospice 'Day Stay' patients and volunteers get creative for the Melbourne Cup.
Groups are encouraged to share festive flair and enter a float in the Christmas parade.
Rotorua can come together and learn more about Armistice Day in Rotorua.
Rotorua turned on the royal treatment for the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The Brave Hearts exhibition of the New Zealand cardiac story is coming to Rotorua.
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Mackenzie Basin and Waitaki Valley have undergone big changes over the last decades.
The GXB Surfcasting Competition turned out to be a special event for the community.
The Waimate North A&P Show had some top talent on display on Saturday.
COMMENT: Dairy industry needs a sound set of rules to succeed on the world stage.
Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust has exceeded its own financial goal.
"Day after day I'm seeing pastures which are very, very poor," says Dr Doug Edmeades.
Nathan Guy, Cameron Bagrie, Dr Doug Edmeades, Jane Smith, Megan Hands, Sam Casey.
SAFE is happy with recent prosecution of a man that used an electric prodder at a rodeo.