This week's Newsmaker is Murray Fleming who is the general manager of Event Promotions and race director for this weekend's Cateye Moonride.
Just four years after losing his father to a brain tumour Johan Amanna momentarily thought he was going to lose his mother to the actions of a drink-driver.
Public health officials are reiterating calls for children with sore throats to be checked after a Rotorua child was hospitalised with rheumatic fever.
There can be few things more shattering for families than for one of... more
Write a regular column on sustainability and it's natural to discuss... more
This week we talk to Bruce Lowe of Rotorua Hyundai & Isuzu who... more
It wasn't entirely surprising to read that New Zealanders are world... more
Highly prized tickets to one of New Zealand's hottest television... more
There has been a huge jump in the number of Chinese tourists visiting... more
Western Heights High School teacher Rotorua teachers went pink to raise awareness about bullying.
Hundreds turned out for the opening of the Koutu...
Youngsters took to the rugby fields on Saturday...
Rotorua Daily Post chief photographer Stephen...
The vegas games were held at Western Heights High...
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.
Department of Conservation cuts may be a barrier to Tuhoe's Treaty of Waitangi settlement, that includes Te Urewera National Park.
The opposition to Rotorua MP Todd McClay's gang insignia bill seems half-hearted at best.
I think that the local government, police and the public should regard the gang activities and insignia more seriously. If the gangs insist that their freedem is important, how about the mojority, 99.9% of the people? Almost of all the Rotorua people do...
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Rotoiti coach Kevin Lee hopes his side can distance themselves from the relegation zone with a win this weekend.Join the conversation
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
15.05.13: Rotorua District Council is testing electronic parking... more
14.05.13: RDC chief executive Peter Guerin's Council Talk column in... more
It is World Inflammatory Bowel Disease Day, and the plight of the estimated one in 35 New Zealanders who have Crohns Disease and Ulcerative Colitis is being highlighted. New Zealand has one of the highest incidences in the world of the conditions, which European research shows has severe impacts. 83 per cent of patients feel tired and weak even in remission and 27 per cent took 25 days off work a year because of the condition. In New Zealand, until 2009 there was patchy and limited access to modern drug treatments, but advocates say treatment options for those with severe disease have improved. New…
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