Teachers' took their opposition to Government education reforms to Rotorua MP and Minister of Trade Todd McClay's office.
Crankworx is returning to Rotorua for nine days of world class mountain bike action from March 25 to April 2, 2017.
"It has cost us, but we just said 'no, we don't want it'," a Rotorua cafe owner says.
It's time to talk rubbish.
There may not be gold in them there hills, but there is $10,000 swimming through one of Rotorua's lakes.
Television chef Michael Van de Elzen✓ is bringing some celebrity spice to Rotorua's Tulip Festival, which kicks off on Saturday October 1.
Rotorua's fashionistas were out in force on Saturday night as sell out crowd of 500 people took in the sights and sounds of Te Puia's inaugural Tiki Ahua fashion show.
Lakeside recycling is now a reality for Rotorua after the installation of the city's first public recycling bins.
You get your kicks on Route 66. State Highway 48 however, an original New Zealand musical coming to Rotorua on October 14, offers something a little more substantial, according to star Shane Cortese.
With only three minutes to outline why they should get three years as a councillor, passion overtook policy at a Rotorua candidates meeting on Monday.
The 'light bulb moment' - the idea to light up Rotorua's iconic Museum with LED lighting - came in 2008.
Why just have one Mayor? That was one of the more unorthodox questions raised during a Rotorua Mayoral debate.
Record numbers of visitors to Rotorua during July has prompted calls for five-star hotel accommodation in the city.
Around 25,000 wheelie bins are being delivered around Rotorua ahead of the switch to a new kerbside rubbish and recycling service.
He's got a couple of miracles up his sleeve, just don't ask Rotorua Mayoral candidate John Rakei-Clark about the Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill.
Seven candidates, one job, two questions.
Rotorua's urban and rural landowners are being invited into a trap - and it's all part of Conservation Week.
Destination Rotorua has appointed Michelle Templer as its new chief executive.
Forget about MetService, Herman the Tortoise knows we're in for a great summer this year.
Rotorua's seniors and the contribution they make to the community is being celebrated with the official opening of Age Concern's 'Ageing with Attitude' exhibition.
It helped soldiers returning from the horrors of World War II as they convalesced in Rotorua, and now the call has gone out: Where is the El Alamein?
How do you approach Mufti Day when you don't have a school uniform?
The Mountain Bike National Performance Hub set to be established in Rotorua will hold its first training and development camp in October.
This September Rotorua Museum is going Dutch with two new exhibitions.
Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick has spoken out against "heavy handed" proposals that could see council-controlled organisations (CCOs) forced on districts.
Homelessness in Rotorua is a problem that's getting worse.
If dogs could vote, council candidate Haydn Marriner would be a shoe-in.
Rotorua mayoral candidate John Rakei-Clark vows to launch NZ's biggest drug crackdown if elected.
What Rotorua's next Mayor and councillors' can do for the business community was spelt out at a special candidates forum hosted by the Rotorua Chamber of Commerce.
There will be no cost over runs on the combined Library and Children's Health Hub development.