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The Shine Collective ‘gets’ the regional business story

Thursday 9, May 2019

From the spare bedroom of her home, looking after one part-time contract, Jacky James could never have imagined her communications … 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 →


Karena and Kasey to host long lunch

Thursday 21, March 2019

A bespoke tapas menu is being designed by MasterChef New Zealand winners Kasey and Karena Bird ahead of Skyline Rotorua’s … Continue reading →


Media Training Workshop Feedback

Monday 18, March 2019

“Delivery was professional and informative – excellent advice”. 👆We received some great feedback on our super host, Lisa Glass on our … Continue reading →


Happy International Women’s Day

Friday 8, March 2019

just happens to be owned, managed and staffed by smart, funny and energetic women who are all also mothers (although … Continue reading →


Meet Meg

Wednesday 6, March 2019

👋 Meg Jones – Senior Communications Consultant Meg joins the Shine team as a senior communications consultant. Meg was previously head … Continue reading →


Range of ideas for a better Rotorua pitched to Rotorua Trust

Wednesday 27, February 2019

From a roller blading venue, a food hub to eradicating catfish – locals have plenty of ideas about making a … Continue reading →


Rotorua groups share grants of more than $500,000

Monday 18, February 2019

More than 100 Rotorua groups have had a boost to their budgets, sharing funding of $511,000 a year for the … Continue reading →


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