Eastern Fish and Game staff have got up close and personal with some of the region’s world-renowned trout fisheries, completing a drift dive in the Tarawera River this week.
Rotorua's mayor and councillors are today expected to sign off on pay rises for themselves but they won't get them until after October's local body elections.
The Ngongotaha Volunteer Fire Brigade will tell you it is not easy to purchase a 14,000-litre water tanker.
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Chiefs coach Dave Rennie believes Sir Graham Henry made some good... more
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A Te Arawa commercial leader will remain chairman of its river trust, despite resigning from another high-profile position after a court found he took valuable land from his grandmother.
Positions for school boards of trustees closed this week. Around the country, schools will be hoping they have sufficient numbers of interested parents coming forward to take on the role of trustee.
Te Arawa hapu protesting the proposed Rotorua Eastern Arterial have drawn their own line in the sand, marking their territory with three carved pouwhenua along the proposed route.
The And Another Thing team is now back home after its six-week global excursion.Join the conversation
Local company The Wedding Guy is having a great year, with a win in three categories of the 2013 Wedding Industry Experts Awards under its belt.Join the conversation
Tauranga's Reece Burgess led a KTM 1-2-3 to the podium at round two of the Dirt Guide Cross-Country series near Tokoroa on Saturday and also thrust himself into the top spot with just one round to go.Join the conversation
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Rotorua is once again hosting the Blues Festival over Queen's... more
21.05.13: Following extensive fundraising efforts and generous... more
20.05.17: Rotorua’s world-renowned mountain bike trails have won... more
19.05.13: Rotorua Visitor Centre & i-SITE has achieved a near... more
18.05.13: Forty eight residents of China’s Rotorua-Nanjing township... more
Calder Stewart has plans to demolish almost all of Carisbrook. The company bought the old stadium from the Dunedin City Council in a conditional deal in February for $3.3 million. Confirmation of the purchase appears to be due next month. Documents released to the Otago Daily Times yesterday confirmed the company planned to clear almost every structure from the former home of Otago rugby for future development. Only the Neville St turnstile building would be spared, at least for now, as the Dunedin City Council and the New Zealand Historic Places Trust continue to discuss a covenant to protect…
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