Rotorua


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Rotorua

(ˌrəʊtəˈruːə)
n
(Placename) a city in New Zealand, on N central North Island at the SW end of Lake Rotorua: centre of forestry; noted for volcanic activity. Pop: 67 800 (2004 est)
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But the Maori had absolutely zero chance of attempting the same ruse with referee Jaco Peyper at the Rotorua International Stadium.
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Rotorua Hospital was one of the first to put this product to the test.
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HAVE a solid wager on Fiji to give up 29 points to Namibia in Rotorua tomorrow morning, writes Max Oram.
WALES 22, AUSTRALIA 21 Rotorua, New Zealand (June 18, 1987) THIRD-place play-offs don't tend to linger too long in the memory in any sport.
BACK in the 19th Century, wealthy British adventurers sailed across the world to soak in Great South Seas Spa at Rotorua in New Zealand's North Island.
The choice of locations during the New Zealand leg of the tour of Australasia, which also includes a match against the New Zealand Maori in Rotorua (where they will play Russia next year), are of course no co-incidence.
Air New Zealand is launching a non-stop service between Rotorua and Sydney.
The couple, who ran Rotorua service station BP Barnetts, are understood to have applied to Westpac Bank for a 10,000 dollar overdraft and mistakenly had 10 million dollars paid into their account.
Jetstar's New Zealand domestic network will cover Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Queenstown, but the Qantas Group will no longer serve Rotorua.
In September 2004, James Towers and his family left Billingham for a new life in Rotorua.