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    'Scary' report paints grim picture of Rotorua

    The wellbeing of people in Rotorua is getting worse by most measures, a new report says. An iwi leader says "you can't put any sugar over this" - but there are ways to address the issues.

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    Mayoral candidate steps into high heels for Miss Rotorua pageant

    Rotorua District councillor and mayoral hopeful Merepeka Raukawa-Tait, has thrown her hat in the ring for this year's Miss Rotorua pageant, with the possibility of not only winning the crown but al

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    Parks to property developers: Council plan faces opposition

    A decision on Rotorua's controversial reserves revocation proposal will echo through generations, elected members have heard.

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    Te Arawa Māori fashion- lipstick and high heels

    Māori fashion entrepreneur Kharl WiRepa (Te Arawa) has just launched Ohomairangi, a fashion show aimed at breaking down colonisation barriers in the fashion industry and building up indigenous worl

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    Fumarole opens up on Lake Road, Rotorua

    A fumarole has opened up on Lake Rd, Rotorua causing disruption on the busy main road. Photo/Roihana Nuri

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    Te Ao Māori embedded in special needs services

    After two years of preparation a caring service for people with special needs in Rotorua, Saint Chads, is teaching its clients the Māori language, Māori customs and a Māori worldview during their e

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    Four pou whenua unveiled as part of Whakarewarewa forest project

    Tuteata carved by Grant Hamarama Smith Marunui, Kawana Waititi and Haami Te Aho.  Photo / Supplied

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    'Pageants are uplifting, not demeaning' Māori beauty queens defend criticism

    Beauty pageants. Objectification or empowerment? While opinions are divided, Māori women are entering and winning too.

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    Two tonnes of rubbish removed from popular Rotorua lake

    By Arohanui West, Te Rito Journalism cadet.

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