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New citizens share why they have chosen New Zealand to call their home.
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Has our trust in the financial industry been undermined.
We asked Rotorua locals if they're excited and what they would call the baby.
Letters: Rotorua is a progressive city
COMMENT: It needs WWIII to turn this overloaded, burning, sinking global ship around.
Letters: Chinese water bottlers not to blame
Opinion: Shortening of Glo Festival to 9.30pm disappointing.
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Rotorua's Tayla Earle was named New Zealand Secondary School Player of the Year.
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Claude Megson the Frank Lloyd Wright of NZ architecture and a nightmare for home-owners.
Fifty people were caught breaking rules.
Hundreds turned out for the walk
Whangamarino School pupils Teimana Newton, 7, (left) and Ngatai Mear, 7, enjoy fresh fruit.
Tickets to the show can only be guaranteed from Ticketmaster.
Preslee Stevens, 17, (front) is among the Western Heights High School students organising Amazing Race.
A Rotorua woman has had a letter to her boobs included in the Dear Boobs book.
Creativity and the arts will be abundant in the Rotorua Bike Festival.
It is not just leg-powered bikes being celebrated during the Rotorua Bike Festival.
Kaharoa Kōkako Trust chairwoman shared the trust's work and successes at a U3A forum.
Rotorua people can nominate people they think deserves a recycled bike.
The Rotorua Little Theatre's upcoming show Teechers will be fun and fast-paced.
Rotorua Community Hospice's new chief executive was welcomed into his role.
There will be many thrills for competitors and spectators in two Bike Festival events.
The community can dress up in pink to raise money for the Rotorua Breast Cancer Trust.
Latest From Whakatane
Second reading of the Consumers' Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill passed.
Farmer-led Sustainable Farming Fund project is quantifying benefits of deferred grazing.
The Hawke's Bay A&P Show started in a Havelock North paddock.
Mike Petersen, Rebecca Mahoney, Hayden Higgins, Sir John Kirwan, Doug Avery, Dr Bob Reiter
"With hard work, determination, vision & careful planning, great results can be achieved."
Recent Bay of Plenty Farm Forest field day asked some tough questions.
Comment: Everyone suffers when horticulture is allowed to carry out unhealthy burnoffs.
A receiver's first report reveals Vinoptima Estate has debts of around $15 million.