Rotorua mechanic awarded $15,000 after he was forced to resign to care for his sick family.
MPs turn weed killers in response to Gareth Morgan decriminalisation call.
Learning shortcut for hairdressing students.
Rotorua housing issues taken seriously, says Associate Social Housing Minister.
Police don't know how a toddler came to be in an abandoned stolen car, but are forensically examining vehicle.
As the sun rose on Anzac Day, thousands gathered in Rotorua.
Dangerous chemicals spilled on road after fatal crash on SH36 in Bay of Plenty.
No-one hurt at market shooting due to "sheer luck", police.
Reimagined 1930s style prints by Lex Waterreus are being sold to raise funds for Love Soup.
A truck driver killed in a crash in Waitomo on Thursday was from Rotorua.
Filling gaps in mental health care a priority, says Labour leader Andrew Little.
Gareth Morgan thinks young people will vote green, and he's not talking about the Green Party.
Kiwi-born hooker Dylan Hartley widely tipped to be snubbed by Lions coach Warren Gatland for homecoming tour.
Volunteers, wool and knitting needles combine to create treasure for some of Rotorua's most vulnerable.
It's taken almost 30 years but Rotorua was open for business on Easter Sunday.
From El Salvador to Te Papa, via Rotorua.
Problem gambling is being highlighted ahead of council decision.
A twister was seen to touch down in the Rotorua suburb of Owhata
Active service call for Rotorua RSA members ahead of this year's dawn services.
The internationally renowned bike event is in running for national award.
The final stage of work on Rotorua's City Focus will cost $1,135,000.
The country's hottest competition returned to Rotorua on Saturday.
Rotorua artist Michael Staite is exposing Italy to Aotearoa.
Rotorua Lakes Council's finances have been given a clean bill of health by an international ratings agency.
Rotorua's barometer-in-a-shall, Herman the Tortoise, predicts an average winter weather wise.
Rotorua's newly installed police area commander is the first officer of Maori decent to hold the top job in Rotorua.
Seeing isn't necessarily believing at Rotorua's latest tourist attraction.
Government money could help fund the restoration of Rotorua Museum, say Todd McClay.
These few plates show a rare glimpse of 1920s NZ in colour. Somewhere, 150 more lie hidden.
The southern hemisphere's first ever mud and music festival, Mudtopia, is heading to Rotorua.