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Halfway mark! Songs locked in as dancing couples hit their stride
Harcourts Dancing for Hospice dancers halfway through practice weeks before showtime
Soroptimist International Rotorua helping warm up winter
Just over 100 pairs of pyjamas were received in the drive to gift Waiariki Women's Refuge.
Browse to hearts delight at Rotorua Home and Lifestyle Show
The 2022 Rotorua Home & Lifestyle Show is quickly approaching - running July 8 to 10.
Search for automotive and antique treasures at event
The 41st annual Central North Island Swap Meet and Car Show Spectacular is on July 10.
Forget the All Blacks and Irish! Biggest game this weekend is at Koutu
The whole community will turn out from our koeke down to all our mokopuna
Closing and opening chapters with Eastern Fish & Game
Closing and opening chapters with Eastern Fish & Game for Andy and Arash.
Life of Kiwi icon Jean Batten captured in art collection
Retired pilot, now artist, Jon Marett showcases life and accomplishments of Jean Batten.
Rotorua athletes achieve great results at Oceanias
Rotorua's Lisa Adams and Hannah Gapes achieved great results at Oceania Area Champs.
The fall of Te Tumu - a death marks iwi boundaries
The authentic site of Te Tumu is still debated.
'Out of this world': Rotorua weaver buzzing over festival experience
Indigenous arts brings creative minds together.
Centennial Park: Rolling land and wonderland of trees
Centennial Park a perfect spot for for a run or walk
Car raffle helping Rotorua retreats to help families
This year's Supper Club event is on July 6 and car raffle tickets are now being sold
Opinion - Paul Hickey: Doozy of a flu, non-traditional weddings, luge and Matariki prizes
Paul Hickey discusses having the flu, non-traditional weddings, luge and Matariki prizes.
Learn basic trade skills: DIY Shed Rotorua welcomes you along
DIY Shed Rotorua is teaching women and men 15 years and older basic trade skills.
Culinary stars to shine as Matariki Dish Challenge starts
The challenge aims to shine a light on the region's culinary scene and celebrate Matariki.
Present-day tranquillity of the Kaituna Cut far cry from history
Ngai Te Rangi once successfully occupied this stretch of land.
Matariki celebrations to be held on shores of Lake Rotorua
Celebrations will include an umu kohukohu whetū ceremony.