Christmas came early for community groups that received funding from Rotorua Trust in its December round of grant approvals.
20 years of the Rotorua Arts Village, it’s a milestone that was met with a hive of activity, music, and cake.
Motorbike tyres hitting the dirt. Surfboards riding waves. These are two activity-based counselling options at Youth Encounter.
The first board meeting following the election of trustees was held today. Stewart Edward and Mike Keefe were unanimously selected as chair and deputy chair… Read More »Rotorua Trust appoints chair and deputy chair
Monday 21 November 2022 Rotorua Trust electoral officer Dale Ofsoske advises that Gregg BROWN, Catherine Frances COONEY, Stewart EDWARD, Mike KEEFE, Merepeka RAUKAWA-TAIT and Fisher… Read More »Election Result: Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust, Operating as Rotorua Trust
Rotorua Trust encourages those eligible to vote in the election of trustees to have their say.
A documentary exploring the Bay of Plenty & Lakes District; the abundance, natural character and the many pressures and challenges our natural environment and people are faced with.
Music pumping, cake cutting and huge support from the local community could be seen at Parksyde Community Centre’s 21st Birthday celebration Saturday 5th November 2022.
A traditional Māori welcome, iconic Kiwi track, real fruit ice cream, trail doggos, good vibes, and real quick humans all came together to kick off Crankworx Rotorua 2022, reminding the world of one thing that’s abundantly clear: New Zealand knows how to bring the vibes to mountain biking. Several of the world’s best lined up for this classic Rotorua race, but it was the Kiwi locals who came out on top.
The Rotorua Young Achievers Awards ceremony was held on Tuesday, 25 October. The photographic exhibition of young achievers is now on display at Pak N Save Rotorua.