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Pato Recover

Pato Alvarez looked good in pink, didn’t he? We ask the country’s biggest independent promoter about touring BRYAN ADAMS round New Zealand, and the...

The Ripple Effect

I lost my husband Campbell to suicide in March 2017, three days after our 21st wedding anniversary. He was 50, a highly intelligent man of many skills and talents who led a life rich with adventure, passion, and kindness.

Cindy Powers Prosor – How To Overcome Emotional ‘Blind Spots’

Our guest columnist gives us seven tips to bring joy and happiness, and overcome our emotional 'blind spots".

Lakeside 2018 – Whenua #itsabouthome

On Saturday, 17 February we will celebrate our own, amazing depth of home-grown talent. Rotorua punches way above its weight for producing New Zealand’s most talented performers. This is Lakeside like you’ve never seen before!

The Trustpower Photographic Exhibition 2018 winners are announced!

9-year-old takes out supreme prize in region’s showcase outdoor photographic exhibition From more than 2090 entries judges tonight announced 9-year-old Lulu Boorman as the supreme...

Hayden Ricketts – Key Digital Trends For 2018

We ask Hayden From Digital Sciences about the key trends for 2018.
Trustpower Photographic Exhibition 2017

Trustpower Photographic Exhibition: Record Number Of Entries

Record number of entries for 2018 Trustpower Photographic Exhibition presents judges with an exciting challenge. When entries closed at midnight on Friday for the 2018...

LoveLoops – Everlasting

Keep your loved ones close to your heart with LoveLoops.

Bryan Adams rocked Tauranga!

Bryan Adams absolutely blew the ASB Stadium apart! What a way to start 2018. We spoke to the rock god before he arrived in Tauranga. UNO./...

The Ladies’ Long Charity Lunch 2017

The Ladies' Long Charity Lunch was run entirely by volunteers, raising over $100,000 for Te Aranui Youth Trust and Good Neighbour. Every delicious mouthful was made with RESCUED FOOD by Peter Blakeway and his team of students.

The Bentley Bentayga

When Ettore Bugatti described the 1924 Le-Mans-winning Bentley 3-litre as ‘the world's fastest lorry’, he was trying to insult its winning durability. If only he knew what was in store nearly a century later.

Taaniko – Meet The Woman In The Mural

If you’ve driven down Totara Street recently, chances are you’ve seen it. A young Māori woman’s striking features, painted by famous Irish street artist Fin DAC, embellish a 7-metre-high wall in what has become one of The Mount’s most recognisable murals.