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Trust AGM acknowledges significant year

Thursday 21, July 2016

Celebrating $10 million worth of contributions to the Rotorua community in the past year, the Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust held …
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November retirement for Trust Chair will mark end of an era

Monday 18, July 2016

After nearly 60 years of service in a wide range of elected positions, former Mayor of Rotorua and current Chairman …
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November retirement for Trust Chair will mark end of an era

Friday 15, July 2016

After nearly 60 years of service in a wide range of elected positions, former Mayor of Rotorua and current Chairman …
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Annual Report 2016

Sunday 3, July 2016

  Download 2016 Annual Report Download 2016 Consolidated Financial Statements Chairman’s Review Kia ora and welcome to the 2015/16 annual …
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Charitable Trust contributes $10m to Rotorua community

Sunday 3, July 2016

A number of significant community projects have taken shape in the last financial year thanks to a near-record $10 million …
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Trust operating cost grant help migrants thrive

Wednesday 15, June 2016

On a mission to help migrants and refugees settle into their new home and contribute to the local community, the …
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RSA memorabilia finds a new home

Thursday 28, April 2016

Stewart Brown (Rotorua Museum), William Mcdonald (RSA) and Graham Hall (RECT) celebrate as the RSA’s memorabilia collection finds a new …
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Dress for Success

Thursday 28, April 2016

Donna Starling takes to the ironing board knowing the Dress for Success Rotorua shop will be warmer this winter thanks …
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SPCA desexing plan’s positive results

Thursday 28, April 2016

  From left: Geoff Rudsdale, SPCA education manager; Eve Johnson, centre manager; Nadine Brown, office manager. A Rotorua Energy Charitable …
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Club maps busy future

Thursday 28, April 2016

A grant of $2,900 from the Rotorua Trust is helping Orienteering Bay of Plenty (OBOP) navigate its way through a …
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