New chums make charitable trust

Two new trustees have been voted in to join four re-elected trustees on the Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust for the next three years.   But there... Read More

Young cricketers have a chance to get new kit

Rotorua cricket players have a chance to win gear and to take part in a BLACKCAPS game this season. ANZ is supporting community cricket in Rotorua and... Read More

Thousands of students preparing for NCEA exams

  More than 140,000 students around New Zealand will be participating in 119 NCEA and New Zealand Scholarship exams between today and the end of... Read More

First cadet announced for Kawerau Pathway to Work

  The first cadet employed under Industrial Symbiosis Kawerau or ISK’s Kawerau Pathways to Work Cadetship programme has been announced.... Read More

Poor diets and dental habits lead to tooth damage

Dental experts are calling for Kiwis to make dietary changes and reduce their consumption of food acids to protect their oral health following the release... Read More

Rural principal welcomes road safety review

A Rotorua school principal has welcomed a review that will help identify and mitigate road safety issues outside rural school gates. Rotorua Lakes Council... Read More

Rotorua Multicultural Hospice support group meets

Last week the Rotorua Multicultural Council had its first meeting of the Multicultural Hospice Support Group. “It was a historic day for the Rotorua... Read More

Career opportunities for Rotorua tourism students

The fourth consecutive year of the New Zealand School of Tourism – NZST - Speed dating initiative has demonstrated the value of developing tourism... Read More

50th Conservation Week offers an activity for all

Planning for a multitude of conservation-themed events around Rotorua is well underway, with rangers anticipating Conservation Week 2019 will reach new... Read More

First health science diploma with Maori worldview

A Rotorua-based polytechnic is trying to turn around the region's poor health outcomes by offering the first health science diploma with a Māori... Read More

Toi Ohomai shouts free lunch in Rotorua

They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but that’s not quite true at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. In a bid to strengthen... Read More

Sir Toby Curtis rails at Maori education

    The Government’s wellbeing budget is being greeted with a reminder of past grievances by one of Maoridom’s leading figures... Read More

Secondary teachers to strike again in June

Further strike action is on the cards for secondary teachers after this week's "mega-strike" of primary and secondary teachers. Members... Read More

Teacher protest in Rotorua rally

Themes of "pay us more", overwork and staff shortages were metaphorical chalks thrown at the Government in Rotorua today. Amid an almost party... Read More

Animated start to teachers‘ strike in Rotorua

About 150 teachers are waving banners with colourful slogans to a busy main arterial route into the Rotorua CBD this morning. From 8am today, motorists... Read More