‘Catfish Killas’ take top honours in biosecurity awards

Tuesday 5, November 2019

An initiative to get rid of an unwanted pest from Lake Rotoiti has taken out the supreme award in the … Continue reading →

It’s not your fault you can’t write well (but you can do something about it)

Tuesday 5, November 2019

If you are a late Baby-Boomer, a Gen X, Y, Millennial or the demographic that is in education today, you … Continue reading →

Tuku Iho wows Shanghai with Maori culture

Sunday 3, November 2019

Maori culture is taking centre stage in Shanghai with the Tuku Iho | Living Legacy exhibition playing a major role … Continue reading →

Confessions of a Kiwi cleaner: Weird and strange items left behind revealed

Wednesday 16, October 2019

Bodily fluids, cat poo, wedding rings and false teeth are among the weird and wonderful things left behind for cleaners. … Continue reading →

Why you shouldn’t put out a press release about your exciting news

Monday 14, October 2019

In any sector, it’s a sign of healthy connection between you and your organisation when you’re enthusiastic about new developments … Continue reading →

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 →

Trust grant helps spread aroha in Ngongotaha

Monday 30, September 2019

A community-building hub which supports young families through to the elderly has been given a boost by the Rotorua Trust. … Continue reading →

The humanity behind the grime

Friday 27, September 2019

“Invisible angels’ – that’s what Megan Wilson calls commercial cleaners. They come in the middle of the night armed with … Continue reading →

Kia Kaha Te Reo Māori

Monday 9, September 2019

This week marks the 44th year of celebrating Te Wiki o te Reo Māori | Māori Language Week. As a … 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 →