A pie "riddled" with hair has left two Rotorua pie-lovers swearing off them for life.
A police campaign to reduce the number of people killed in truck accidents was only a few hours old yesterday when a "shocking" head-on collision killed one log-truck driver and left another seriously injured.
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.
Stan Walker will kick off his World Tour of New Zealand in Rotorua -... more
Rotorua should prepare to be inundated with creative people, as the... more
Scientists dusting off half-century old archives of sea urchins have... more
Smokefreerockquest heats at Rotorua's Convention Centre. more
Rotorua Rippa Rugby Mini World Cup at Westbrook Rugby Fields. more
A logging truck driver was killed and another seriously injured when... more
Hundreds turned out for the opening of the Koutu...
Youngsters took to the rugby fields on Saturday...
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The vegas games were held at Western Heights High...
Rotorua's Ngati Whakaue Paepae Wananga, aimed at preparing the next generation of elders to take over responsibility of the tribe's marae, resumed on the weekend.
A Rotorua woman will face one of her greatest fears with the help of international toastmaster and local funnyman Kingi Biddle this week.
A Victoria University researcher with an interest in the migration of Maori to Australia is looking for the reasons some return home.
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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
17.05.13: As the school holidays came to an end and suitcases were... more
16.05.13: Rotorua had another bumper month for visitor numbers in... more
Students who have an exaggerated belief they have "a right to success" are more likely to struggle come exam time, a University of Otago study shows. The study, which examined the entitlement beliefs of almost 300 students sitting a marketing and consumption paper, found that those with "excessive entitlement" were less likely to put in the effort required to do well in their studies. The authors quoted a number of academics who believed "excessive entitlement" was on the rise among tertiary students, but no other studies had looked at how it affected performance. The results showed that students…
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