New bilingual school sign unveiled in Rotorua

Minister of Transport Michael Wood and Te Mātāwai Board Co-Chair Reikura Kahi today unveiled one of the first bilingual kura/school traffic signs in... Read More

Winter Appeal to fund beds for Kiwi kids

  Variety – the Children’s Charity is launching its Warm Hearts Winter Appeal to provide 1100 children with beds amidst concerns that... Read More

NZ vegetable prices expected to ease

The monthly Food Price Index due to be released next week is predicted to show easing vegetable prices and industry insiders say that trend is set to... Read More

Dry July returns support cancer affected Kiwis

After raising more than $1.6 million for cancer charities in 2021, the Dry July campaign is back for its 11th year encouraging New Zealanders to take... Read More

Power: charities inundated as people struggle

Just over a month since the government scrapped low-use power plans, charities say they are being inundated with people struggling to power their electricity... Read More

Simon Bridges‘ to host new show on Stuff

Just hours after throwing down a challenge urging National MPs to be bold and not just follow the polls, Simon Bridges has revealed his next steps after... Read More

New World’s Family2Family Foodbank Appeal is back

New World’s Family2Family Foodbank Appeal is back for 2022 as part of their ongoing promise to ensure New Zealanders have access to food, whatever... Read More

Support needed for chopper crews after record year

New Zealanders are being urged to give generously this Chopper Appeal Month following a record-breaking year for rescue helicopters. More than 9,500... Read More

Pacific Business Village launches in Tauranga

A new Pacific Business Village that will grow Pacific businesses, fundamental to New Zealand's Covid-19 recovery, has been launched by the Minister... Read More

Death of Rotorua child not treated as suspicious

The death of a Rotorua child is believed to be from a falling object. Police have said the sudden death of a child in the Rotorua suburb of Western... Read More

Rotorua Lakefront toddler play space open

The new dedicated toddler play space at the Rotorua Lakefront is now complete and open for tamariki to enjoy this weekend, following a karakia led by... Read More

Controversial sculpture set for repaint

Rotorua’s controversial Hemo Gorge sculpture is set to undergo maintenance, just 18-months after it was finally installed. The sculpture, believed... Read More

Clearance sought to merge NZ Bus with Kinetic

An Australasian bus and coach business is seeking clearance to buy NZ Bus and its subsidiaries. Competition watchdog the Commerce Commission has received... Read More

Easter bach bookings busier than Christmas

Bach bookings over Easter were higher than they've been in years, as holiday makers took the opportunity of a long, fine weekend at orange to get... Read More

Special Matariki fund for Rotorua announced

A special one-off fund is now available to Rotorua community initiatives that support Rotorua Reorua and celebrate this year’s first official Matariki... Read More