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Rotorua kapa haka group perform with SIX60 ahead of All Blacks game

Thursday 3, October 2019

Rotorua kapa haka performers have shared the stage with top Kiwi band SIX60 as part of a New Zealand showcase … Continue reading →

Rotorua Trust dedicates more money for local students

Tuesday 27, August 2019

Rotorua Trust has committed an additional $250,000 to Ngāti Whakaue education initiatives for the 2020 school year. The joint venture … Continue reading →

Māori waka carved in US in unique cultural exchange

Saturday 3, August 2019

A cultural exchange between a waka school at Awanui and a Native American tribe has led to the creation of … Continue reading →

Felix the Fearless Dog wants to help bullied kids in Rotorua

Tuesday 2, July 2019

Awatea Heripo Waiariki doesn’t have a lot of time for sleep. The Rotorua 19-year-old, who commutes to Tauranga where he … Continue reading →

Meet the Kiwis keeping the loos clean for 130,000 people

Saturday 8, June 2019

Keeping Fieldays’ 180 toilets clean is not the most glamorous job at the largest agricultural event in the Southern Hemisphere. But with 130,000 visitors expected … Continue reading →

$70K grant to Rotorua programme teaching life skills

Saturday 1, June 2019

Families lacking basic skills such as knowing how to cook, clean or budget will soon have somewhere to turn, thanks … Continue reading →

Bay of Plenty artist combines Marvel and moko in striking prints

Saturday 4, May 2019

An award-winning Bay of Plenty artist has drawn inspiration from his love of Marvel characters to create striking artwork with … Continue reading →

Anzac memorial carving gifted at Belgium war site on behalf of New Zealand

Thursday 25, April 2019

A pou maumahara of remembrance, peace, and new beginnings has been gifted at one of Europe’s most prominent battle sites … Continue reading →

Tuku Iho Living Legacy exhibition taking Māori culture to the world

Tuesday 16, April 2019

People across Japan and China are expected to get an in-depth look at Māori culture and Rotorua with the unique … Continue reading →

‘Awesome’ pay rise to $20 an hour for Hamilton City Council cleaners

Tuesday 9, April 2019

Low wage workers who grease the wheels of local democracy have split Hamilton city councillors over a boost in their … Continue reading →