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Rotorua’s Top Students Acknowledged

Thursday 11, February 2016

A group of Rotorua’s top students will be embarking on their university studies later in the month with extra funds …
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Waterskiers welcome wetland

Thursday 4, February 2016

A $25,000 grant from the Rotorua Trust has helped the building and installation of an artificial wetland on Lake Tikitapu …
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Dancers celebrating Mooncake Festival

Thursday 4, February 2016

A $5000 grant from the Rotorua Trust has helped bring alive the traditional Chinese Mooncake Festival in Rotorua. The festival …
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New service for struggling students

Thursday 4, February 2016

Funding from the Rotorua Trust will help provide tuition services to children who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. The Trust has …
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Slam Rock a hit for Steam Rollers

Thursday 4, February 2016

A grant from the Rotorua Trust was vital in staging the showcase of the emerging theatrical and spectacular sport of …
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Trinity Centre offers hand-up

Thursday 4, February 2016

A former church complex being adapted into a community centre in Ngongotaha has received a boost through a $15,000 grant …
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A return home for new Trust Manager

Thursday 4, February 2016

Tony Gill, the new Manager of the Rotorua Trust, says he is looking forward to adding value to the special …
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Van upgrade gives life to recovery classes

Friday 18, September 2015

Beverly House staff with their new van: Kerry Mackness (standing right), Theresa Harvey (standing left) and in the van are …
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Brass Band blast for Rotorua

Friday 18, September 2015

Playing from the heart. A grant from the Rotorua Trust has helped the city win accolades for its staging of …
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Expo showcases Ageing with Attitude

Friday 18, September 2015

Age Concern Acting Manager Shirley Hatch and Fund Manager Mary Ann Nixon all set for the Positive Ageing Expo. Opportunities to …
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