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14 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Stories making headlines around the regions today include a Rotorua man taking on the District Council to keep his pet bull and an Engineer with an unusual way to keep warm.
14 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
A 2012 law change to make it easier for councils to merge has proven controversial, with councils such as Hutt City, Napier and Rotorua saying the wishes of local communities were likely to be overridden by those of larger ones within the region.
Summer, 1975. Rotorua, New Zealand ... Jimi Hendrix, motorbikes, ika mata and dawn raids... it's the scene of Tawata Productions' new play Sunset Road .
Internationally acclaimed Israeli concert pianist, Rami Bar-Niv, is to perform in concert at Rotorua's Civic Theatre on 19 August.
Zespri Chairman Peter McBride, CEO Lain Jager, my ministerial colleague Todd McLay, Todd Muller, our candidate for the Bay of Plenty - well known to all of you because of his close involvement with your industry - ladies and gentlemen.
The north can expect spells of sunshine today, with single-digit temperatures making way for mid-teens this afternoon in Russell, Auckland, the Waikato, Rotorua and New Plymouth.
Since the dawn of professionalism, rugby players have become globetrotting guns for hire, upping sticks to take up contracts in far-flung places.
Being the new president of Federated Farmers I want to ensure our discussions are informed by the facts no matter how unpalatable they may be.
Labour Leader David Cunliffe says a Government he led would invest up to $200 million over four years in development projects aimed at resuscitating flagging regional economies.
The land of Hobbits is also one of the most central, characterful rural towns our fair country has to offer ... You might want to join the Aucklanders pretending to be farmers on lifestyle blocks or retiring to newly built villas, as they make up roughly 40 per cent of those buying real estate in Matamata.
ANNETTE SYKES: "I'm never going to apologise for making poverty the enemy of Maori and I disagree that it's negative."
It's that time of year when long holiday weekends are few and far-between and the weather isn't exactly playing ball.
Harvey Ellis, 7, from Waikaraka, taking the new shopping trolley at Countdown Regent for a test drive.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 09:26 pm
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