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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Significant investment from two government funds will help reopen the Rotorua Museum, provide better care for and access to the Museums collection of taonga, and create jobs, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced.
First stop before Rotorua was the Hobbiton Movie Set in Matamata, where Tolkien's fictional Shire was created in existing rolling hills.
Frustrated at seeing the same patients over and over again with the same chronic health problems, Rotorua primary care nurse specialist Timothy Ryan decided to try a new approach.
Catalina Rivera and her mother, Mercedes, were among the well-wishers at Rotorua's Government Gardens, having moved to New Zealand 10 months ago from El Salvador.
And when the 62-year-old came face-to-face with the duke, 34, in Rotorua, New Zealand, she couldn't resist but try her luck - despite Harry's pregnant wifeMeghanbeing close by.
Securities and Exchange Commission, affirmed Rotorua District Council's (operating as Rotorua Lakes Council) Long-Term Local-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) of 'AA-' with a Stable Outlook and its Short-Term Local-Currency IDR at F1+.
The goal-kicking centre (right) was part of a Red Rose outfit that beat the Black Ferns in their own backyard in June - putting them away 29-21 in Rotorua. Scarratt, 27, reckons the Ferns have a score to settle.
Maro Itoje's score, a penalty try and 20 points from Leigh Halfpenny undid the Maori in Rotorua, and afterwards Gatland fired back some serious shots at Hansen.
The three-Test series against New Zealand starts on June 24, and Tuesday's Chiefs clash represents a heavy burden following today's Maori All Blacks encounter in Rotorua.
EDDIE Jones insists Dylan Hartley can lead England into the 2019 World Cup if he opts to become the "Butcher of Rotorua" over the "Squire of Northampton".
In the paper, we explore the development of the first organised centre for physical therapies in Rotorua in the last decades of the 19th century.
* Nursing Competence Assessment Programme for New Zealand (NCAP) (Level 7)--available at both Rotorua (Mokoia) and Tauranga (Windermere) campuses;