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Rotorua Trust reports positive year-end results

Thursday 23, July 2015

Community groups and organisations are working to make the Rotorua District thrive, thanks to $3.0 million in community grants and …
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Annual Report 2015

Friday 19, June 2015

  Download Rotorua Trust Full 2015 Financial Report Download Rotorua Trust Summary 2015 Financial Report Chairman’s Review Kia Ora, Greetings …
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Rotorua Trust supports local children to find healing and hope

Wednesday 17, June 2015

Children who have lost a family member or loved one can get support to work through their grief and heal, …
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Rotorua Trust grant enables disabled Rotorua childrento participate in sports

Wednesday 17, June 2015

Thanks to Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust, it is easier for children with disabilities in the Rotorua area to participate in …
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Scholarships to local Institute students

Thursday 23, April 2015

The Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust presented 15 Waiariki Institute of Technology students with scholarships totalling $25,000 at a special ceremony. …
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Trust boosts students’ tertiary study

Thursday 23, April 2015

A total of 41 local secondary school students have this month been presented with a Tertiary Study Award thanks to …
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Project lightens clubs’ energy costs

Thursday 23, April 2015

(front left) Rose Nahu, Tammy Kemp, Michelle Nahu, Rose Nahu, Kerry Mason and Betsy Murray (front right). The Rotorua Trust …
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Rotorua dances to Cuban beat

Thursday 23, April 2015

A grant from the Rotorua Trust has helped inspire an increasing number of people to enjoy a Cuban dance festival. …
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Disabled people draw on high-tech help with TalkLink

Thursday 23, April 2015

A grant of $20,000 from the Rotorua Trust will help provide high-tech assistance to people with disabilities who might otherwise …
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Sowing the seeds for Garden Festival

Thursday 23, April 2015

Photo courtesy of the Rotorua District Garden Festival A grant of $7000 from the Rotorua Trust is helping to broadcast …
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