This year the games have relocated to Rotorua. And will be held on March 21st & 22nd 2015. This year’s games see hoe waka, netball, touch, power pulling, a maunga run, tennis, Kī o Rahi and wānaga held throughout the 2-day event. Tamariki haven’t been left out either, with special tamariki games. For more information visit www.arawanation.com or call on 07 348 3377. Venue
Here’s chance to get inspired, share, learn and celebrate some of Rotorua’s wonderful community gardens, on a guided bus trip on Saturday 1 November. The bus tour will visit five community gardens, ranging from a small suburban garden on private land, to a larger rural garden, council reserve gardens and a youth garden. Rotorua District Council’s Sustainable Living portfolio lead, Councillor Janet Wepa, said she...
Ohinemutu Branch of the Women’s Health League invites you to their weekly hikoi to Lakeside Café and Crafts – every third unu is free, Third Place is offering a spot prize and the Aroma Café will take 10% off the bill. This will start 10th Nov and alternate with the Kaumatua morning tea.
Regional Council is consulting with iwi on the development of draft rules to limit nitrogen loss from rural land in the Lake Rotorua catchment – www.rotorualakes.co.nz Hui will be held at Nukuteapiapi at Te Arawa Lakes Trust on: Tuesday 21 October, 4-6pm Wednesday 22 October, 3-5pm Tuesday 28 October, 3-6pm. For your information and networks please. All inquiries to Anna Grayling 0800 884 880 or Anna.Grayling@boprc.govt.nz