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The 0.5ha property would be able to split into 30 accommodation units and one manager's unit if resource consent is granted.
Rotorua bmx track sneak-peek.
The pair enjoy going to the library, watching films and stopping at cafes when they spend time together.
Guy Ngatai at the area of the Waiteti Stream mouth, where Rotorua kaumatua Tamahau Palmer Snr went into the water before falling ill.
Twins who have just become constables at Rotorua police
The moulting elephant seal, affectionately named Momoa by locals, has been residing in Whakatāne since December. Video / Sue Hill
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
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A number of Rotorua residents became Kiwis at a citizenship ceremony this week.
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.
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Federated Farmers said a proposed capital gains tax was a "mangy dog".
Many people may be surprised at which species top the list.
Lulu L'Amour is now with a herd of horses and has a special friend in Cloud.
The Tax Working Group's hard nosed approach leaves the Govt scope to appear moderate.
Cyclone predicted to slide past the country but we're not out of the firing line yet.
The Workman Tankard fishing contest produced little results on the weekend.
Manline puts out a book for men providing useful contacts for mental health support.
NRC is examining wildling conifers to observe impacts in the Far North.