Rotorua

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and with the traditional practice of utu. Athletics *Dale Warrender wins his first national title in the men's marathon, clocking 2:23:40 on 1 May in Rotorua, while Nyla Carroll claims her second in the women's championship (2:46:44). Prior to becoming an MP, East, was a lawyer and barrister with East Brewster, a prominent Rotorua-based legal firm, from 1973 to 1978. East also enagaged in local politics as a member of the Rotorua City Council which has now


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Zealand, he took up a position in Rotorua. Highly active in Māori cultural organisations, Tapsell was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 1968 for services to medicine and the Māori people. Today, most of the filming for ''Shortland Street'' occurs at South Pacific Pictures Waitakere City studios, with Ferndale High School scenes being filmed at the nearby Waitakere College


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. The exterior shots of the Hospital are filmed on location at the Waitakere Studios at an existing section of a building dressed up to appear as the facade of a hospital entrance. Location scenes are filmed in Auckland, but other locations, including Fiji, Mt Ruapehu, Rotorua and Rarotonga have been used. '''Mount Tarawera''' is the volcano responsible for new zealands largest dome


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of Prey Centre alt url http: www.wingspan.co.nz email address 1164 Paradise Valley Rd, Ngongotaha lat -38.0940 long 176.1784 directions off SH 5, just before the Agrodome phone +64 7 357-4469 tollfree fax hours Daily 9am–3pm, flying displays 2pm price Adult $25, child $8, seniors $20 content Featuring the endangered New Zealand falcon, plus harrier hawks and owls. Do Your best bet is to spend some energy taking in some of the many day-time activities such as land-sledding down Mt. Ngongotaha at Skyline Skyrides Luge Rideheli-touring or hiking through the abundance of parks often alongside thermal vents. Nearby is the curious forest of California Redwoods that was planted last century and has thrived in the ideal climate so that it appears to have been there for many centuries. The forest in this area has been developed to provide world-class mountain biking tracks, some of which are being used for the 2006 World Championships. Rotorua host several other adventure activities such as Zorbing, indoor rock-climbing and whitewater rafting or sledging. When deciding if spending $20+ per person for entry to "Volcanic Caldera Areas" remember that there are many free parks that have very similar sights and smells, often with less walking and no charge. One activity that is unique is the ability to play a round of golf amongst the mud pools. The Rotorua golf course has a public course where for $10 you can play 9 holes and attempt to avoid the mud pool hazards, a unique experience. The course is at the top of Fenton Street opposite Te Puea, the Maori Arts and Craft Institute and geyser. * Commons:Category:Rotorua


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and major tourist resort since the 1800s, many of its buildings hint at this history. Government Gardens, close to the lakeshore at the eastern edge of the town, are a particular point of pride. The Rotorua Museum of Art and History (Rotorua Museum) is housed in the large Tudor style bath house building while the Art Deco style Blue Baths, noted for their embrace of mixed sex bathing in the 1930s, remain open today. Another of Rotorua's attractions is mountain biking. Whakarewarewa


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Do Your best bet is to spend some energy taking in some of the many day-time activities such as land-sledding down Mt. Ngongotaha at Skyline Skyrides Luge Ride heli-touring or hiking through the abundance of parks often alongside thermal vents. Nearby is the curious forest of California Redwoods that was planted last century and has thrived in the ideal climate so that it appears to have been there for many centuries. The forest in this area has been developed to provide world-class mountain biking tracks, some of which are being used for the 2006 World Championships. Rotorua host several other adventure activities such as Zorbing, indoor rock-climbing and whitewater rafting or sledging. When deciding if spending $20+ per person for entry to "Volcanic Caldera Areas" remember that there are many free parks that have very similar sights and smells, often with less walking and no charge. One activity that is unique is the ability to play a round of golf amongst the mud pools. The Rotorua golf course has a public course where for $10 you can play 9 holes and attempt to avoid the mud pool hazards, a unique experience. The course is at the top of Fenton Street opposite Te Puea, the Maori Arts and Craft Institute and geyser. *


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or the Gold Coast (Gold Coast, Queensland) as possible routes. Scenic and chartered flights in both helicopters and float planes are operated by Volcanic Air who are based on Rotorua's lake front. Rail Rotorua is connected to the rail network by the Rotorua Branch line from Putaruru. Up until 2001, passenger trains ran from Auckland to Rotorua via Hamilton daily using Silver Fern railcars, terminating north of the town centre at Koutu

. The Rotomahana field was destroyed by the Mount Tarawera eruption in 1886. New Zealand straddles the boundary between two tectonic plates. The subduction of the Pacific plate under the Indo-Australian Plate results in volcanism, especially in the North Island's Taupo Volcanic Zone. The associated geothermal energy is used in numerous hydrothermal power plants (hydrothermal circulation). Matthew Hall (2004)

Existing and Potential Geothermal Resource for Electricity Generation . Ministry for Economic Development. Some volcanic places are also famous tourist destinations, such as the Rotorua geysers. *Other ports: Whangarei, Devonport (Devonport, New Zealand) (Auckland), Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand), New Plymouth, Wanganui, Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), Picton (Picton, New Zealand), Westport (Westport, New Zealand), Greymouth, Timaru, Bluff


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championship (2:37:37). * Western Heights College, Geelong, Australia * Western Heights High School is a high school in Rotorua, New Zealand * Western Heights High School (Western_Heights_High_School,_Oklahoma_City) is a public high school in in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), Oklahoma In the 1970s, the third Labour Government of New Zealand (New Zealand Labour Party) (1972-75) under Prime Minister Norman Kirk was reportedly known for its strong

social conscience in both international and domestic affairs (Govt Whips Office 1974, Bassett 1978, Hayward 1981). The government confronted the global nuclear arms race by strong opposition to French testing in the Pacific. As a nation, New Zealand sponsored non-proliferation measures such as the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone (later embodied in the Rarotonga Treaty of 1986) and South Pacific Environmental programme. The Labour Government ended national conscription and New Zealand’s contribution to the Vietnam War upon coming to power in 1972. Notably also, they cancelled the visas of a visiting Springboks (South Africa national rugby union team) in early 1974 to show its opposition to the regime of apartheid in that country. On the domestic front, it demonstrated its commitment to environmental protection by setting up a Royal Commission on Nuclear Power in 1974, and the establishment of the Guardians of the Rotorua Lakes and Lake Manapouri (both 1973). thumb left 250px The Meridian Mall, Dunedin, home of Arthur Barnett Ltd. (Image:MeridianDunedin.jpg)Arthur Barnett took over the ailing D.I.C. (D.I.C. (department store)) department store company in the 1980s. The D.I.C. had stores throughout New Zealand and should have proven a good geographical match for Arthur Barnett. In particular, the D.I.C. had 4 stores in the Auckland market, New Zealand's biggest. In December 1987, Arthur Barnett bought the trading assets of the three South Island stores and 50% of the 13 North Island stores which were run as a joint venture with Brierley Investments Ltd. Arthur Barnett Ltd bought the 16 D.I.C. stores outright in July 1988. The D.I.C. Stores were in Invercargill, Dunedin, Christchurch, Lower Hutt, Palmerston North, Wanganui, Hastings (Hastings, New Zealand), Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand), Rotorua, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Pakuranga, Henderson (Henderson, New Zealand), Karangahape Road (Auckland), Takapuna, and Whangarei. '''Ohakuri''' is a dam and hydroelectric power station on the Waikato River, central North Island, New Zealand, midway between Taupo, Rotorua and Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand). Its dam is about 5 km upstream of the Atiamuri Dam. 100px Jean Batten's Percival Gull, G-ADPR, preserved at Auckland International Airport (Image:Jean Batten's Percival Gull.jpg) '''Jean Gardner Batten (Jean Batten)''' CBE (Order of British Empire) (September 15, 1909 – November 22, 1982) was a New Zealand aviator, born in Rotorua. Internationally, she was the most well-known New Zealander of the 1930s. In 1934 she flew solo from England to Australia. For this achievement and for subsequent record-breaking flights, she was awarded the Harmon Trophy three times from 1935 through 1937. In 1938, she was the first woman to be awarded the medal of the Federation Aeronautique Internationale, aviation's highest honor. 100px Mud pool at Tikitere ("Hell's Gate"), Rotorua (Image:Tikitere Mud Pool n.jpg) '''Rotorua''' is a city located on the southern shore of Lake Rotorua in the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. It has a population of 53,000 half of which are Māori. The city is located 60 km south of Tauranga, 105 km south-east of Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand) and 82 km north-east of Taupo. Central North Island Upon reaching Aotearoa Ngātoro-i-rangi left the waka at Te Awa o te Atua (near Matatā) and headed inland. As he went about, springs of water appeared where he stamped his foot. These springs are stills seen all over the area, such as around the Rotorua Lakes district, through to Tokaanu. He also placed patupaiarehe (human-like spirit beings) on the hills. Recently featured: Rotorua · Jean Batten · New Zealand foreshore and seabed controversy · '''Archive (Portal:New_Zealand Selected_article 2006)''' Recently featured: Military history of New Zealand · Rotorua · Jean Batten · '''Archive (Portal:New_Zealand Selected_article 2006)''' Recently featured: Shortland Street · Military history of New Zealand · Rotorua · '''Archive (Portal:New_Zealand Selected_article 2006)''' After initial trials around Wellington, the 88-seaters were deployed on a wide variety of provincial services. In the North Island they ran Auckland - Okaihau, Auckland - Te Puke, Auckland - Rotorua, Auckland - New Plymouth, Wellington - Palmerston North via Masterton, and Wellington - Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand). In the South Island they ran Christchurch - Picton (Picton, New Zealand), Christchurch - Invercargill, and in conjunction with the Vulcan class (NZR RM class (Vulcan)), Christchurch - Greymouth and Ross (Ross, New Zealand). The '''Waicoa Bay Stallions''' are a rugby league team that represent the Upper Central Zone (Waikato Rugby League (Wai), Coastline Rugby League (Coa) and the Bay of Plenty Rugby League (Bay) and Gisborne) in the Albert Baskerville Trophy. This is a vast area that includes Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Rotorua and Taupo. As a result they shared their home games around several different stadiums. A man in Rotorua (w:Rotorua) today was shot after being involved in a crash outside the Rotorua International Stadium (w:Rotorua International Stadium). Rotorua (w:Rotorua) has banned criminals with five or more dishonesty convictions from entering the Central Business District (w:Central Business District) (CBD). The criminals will be issued with trespass notices banning them from the main streets of Rotorua. On Saturday he will represent Queen Elizabeth II (w:Elizabeth II of New Zealanf) at a ceremony at the Te Papiouru Marae in Rotorua (w:Rotorua) to commemorate the bravery of Lance Sergeant Haane Manahi (w:M%C4%81ori_Battalion#Victoria_Cross), where he will present Lance Sergeant Manahi's grand niece Donna Maria Grant and his iwi, Te Arawa (w:Te Arawa); a sword from the collection of George VI (w:George VI of the United Kingdom), a letter from the Queen, New Zealand's Head of State (w:Monarchy in New Zealand), and an altar cloth. On Sunday he will visit Mokoia Island, then later rededicate the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph (w:Auckland War Memorial Museum). Seven general reporting journalists will be leaving, which only leaves six left from the Auckland (w:Auckland) newsroom. Two sports reporting journalists will also be leaving from the Auckland newsroom, leaving six. Accredited parliament reporters also look to face redundancy cuts, as well as reporters from the Christchurch (w:Christchurch) newsroom. As well as people losing their jobs, the Queenstown (w:Queenstown, New Zealand), Wanganui (w:Wanganui) and Rotorua (w:Rotorua) newsrooms will be closed, as well as the news reference library, and the current affairs show, Sunday looks set to close its Wellington office. Head of journalism at the University of Canterbury (w:University of Canterbury), Jim Tully says that the closing of the Queenstown newsroom is a big mistake. Current affairs show, Close Up (w:Close Up) will also lose two journalists and a Christchurch producer, but will gain a producer in Auckland. Fair Go (w:Fair Go), consumer affairs show, will lose three senior producers. Breakfast will lose a weather and sports presenter, and a producer. :'''Phil:'''When archaic trading hours for bars and retail exist in a secular society and ‘tourist’ towns like Rotorua (w:Rotorua) and Queenstown (w:Queenstown) can trade openly then things need to change. NZ is highly reliant on Tourism….. we can’t be closed. Over zealous Police and Liquor licensing people who interpret laws made public comments in advance of the weekend which did deter people from coming. While we can’t quantify the numbers we have had considerable comment to this effect. Commons:Category:Rotorua


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1.5 km of Pohutu Geyser being cemented shut, with another 120 wells outside the radius being shut due to a punitive royalty charging regime. There has subsequently been a pronounced recovery in the geysers and hot springs at Whakarewarewa. Dominica's '''Boiling Lake''' is the second largest hot spring in the world. The largest is Frying Pan Lake, located in Waimangu Valley near Rotorua, New Zealand. *Rugby union: **The British and Irish Lions win the first match of their tour to New Zealand (2005 British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand), defeating Bay of Plenty (Bay of Plenty Rugby Union) 34-20 in Rotorua. Experienced England (England national rugby union team) back-rower Lawrence Dallaglio suffers a serious ankle injury, ending his tour. (BBC) yearofbirth 1985 placeofbirth Rotorua, Bay of Plenty countryofbirth New Zealand '''Daniel Raymond Flynn''' (born 16 April 1985 in Rotorua, Bay of Plenty) is a New Zealand cricketer who plays for the Northern Districts and has represented the New Zealand international side (New Zealand cricket team) in the past. He has captained (New Zealand national cricket captains) the New Zealand Under-19 side in Youth ODIs. On 6 February 2008 it was announced that Flynn would take the place of the injured Jacob Oram for the second international Twenty20 against England (England cricket team), having impressed on 30 January, hitting 149 in a domestic match. ''Flynn replaces Oram in Kiwi squad'' BBC News retrieved 6 February 2008 New Zealand fell to a second defeat in the Twenty20 series, however, with Flynn surviving only two deliveries, making one run, before being dismissed by Graeme Swann. ''England beat Kiwis to seal series'' BBC News retrieved 7 February 2008 He then replaced an out-of-form Peter Fulton for the final One Day International on 23 February 2008 ''New Zealand v England one-day series'' BBC News retrieved 23 February 2008 Flynn then accompanied the New Zealand team to England and, on 15 May 2008 made his test debut. DATE OF BIRTH 16 April 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Rotorua, Bay of Plenty DATE OF DEATH Christchurch Dunedin, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Hokitika, Invercargill, Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Tauranga Wellington Dunedin, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Invercargill, Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), New Plymouth, Rotorua, Tauranga style "background:transparent;" width "120px" Auckland Blenheim (Blenheim, New Zealand), Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand), Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Kaitaia, Kerikeri, Masterton, Rotorua, Tauranga, Taupo, Wanganui, Whangarei, Whakatane. secondary_hubs focus_cities Rotorua, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand) frequent_flyer Airpoints (#Airpoints) ''Mount Cook Airline'' was one of New Zealand's tourism pioneers opening up the 'tourist trail' of Rotorua through to Christchurch, Mount Cook and Queenstown. For almost 30 years, it operated a fleet of Hawker Siddeley HS 748s across regional tourist routes in New Zealand. After a long evaluation study, the first of the new ATR 72-200s arrived in October 1995 as the chosen replacement of the HS 748s. Early Historic Fleet Details width "120px" Auckland Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Palmerston North Christchurch Dunedin, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Invercargill, Mount Cook http: www.airnewzealand.co.nz press-release-2011-air-new-zealand-announces-plans-for-new-service-between-mt-cook-christchurch-queenstown (Begins 23 December 2012), Palmerston North, Rotorua, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand), Wellington Wellington Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand), Invercargill, Dunedin, Christchurch Waikato Clinical School and other clinical placements Most students are taught in the three main Auckland hospitals (namely Auckland City (Auckland City Hospital), North Shore (North Shore Hospital) and Middlemore (Middlemore Hospital)). However there is also a significant presence outside Auckland with the Waikato Clinical School branch of the faculty, in Waikato Hospital, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand). This campus is home to 50-60 undergraduate medical students for most of the academic year. Waikato DHB Waikato Clinical School From 2008 a similar programme has been introduced in Northland, centering around Whangarei. Small numbers of clinical students also complete short periods in Rotorua hospital and Tauranga hospital. All medical students also rotate through urban and rural General Practice placements. None of this succeeded in stopping the establishment of the game and by 1910 it was being played in Auckland, Taranaki (Taranaki Region), Rotorua, Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), Southland (Southland Region), Wanganui, Marlborough (Marlborough, New Zealand), Invercargill, Hawke's Bay, and South Auckland. The New Zealand Rugby League was formed in 1909 and other provinces joined the league. The club is the regional representative for Waikato-Bay of Plenty Football, and has previously played home fixtures in Rotorua and Mount Maunganui, both in the Bay of Plenty region. Between 2008 and 2010, Waikato FC was based at Centennial Park (Centennial Park, Ngaruawahia) in Ngaruawahia, having before that played at Waikato Stadium. Despite finishing second bottom of the table, the team showed signs of promise, losing several fixtures by a single goal. Indeed, injuries to key personnel did little to dent the squad's resolve. The move to playing games outside Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), perhaps was not financially successful, as the gate numbers were not as large as expected, but Rotorua became a fortress with wins over both Hawke's Bay Utd (Hawke's Bay United) and eventual champions Auckland City (Auckland City FC). The Green and Golden Bell Frog occurs on three islands off the east coast of Australia: Kooragang (Kooragang Island) and Broughton Islands (Broughton Island, New South Wales) off Port Stephens and Bowen Island at Jervis Bay (Jervis Bay Territory). It was introduced to New Zealand in the 1860s and it is now common on the part of North Island north of Rotorua. In most places it is the only frog species in the vicinity. However there have been reports of a recent decline, suspected to be due to predatory fish. It was also introduced to the Pacific island countries of New Caledonia and Vanuatu in the 19th century, and has since become common there. birth_name Caleb Stan Ralph birth_place Rotorua, New Zealand death_date He made the New Zealand sevens side while still at Western Heights High School, Rotorua. He has since regularly represented New Zealand (New Zealand national rugby union team (sevens)) in Rugby sevens between 1996 and 2000 playing with Eric Rush and was a member of the gold medal-winning New Zealand team at the 1998 Commonwealth Games. DATE OF BIRTH 10 September 1977 PLACE OF BIRTH Rotorua, New Zealand DATE OF DEATH As of 30 June 2008, NIWA had 753 staff spread across 15 sites in New Zealand and one in Perth (Perth, Western Australia), Australia. Commons:Category:Rotorua


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Rotorua

'''Rotorua''' ( southeast of the nation's most populous city, Auckland.

Rotorua has an estimated permanent population of , of which 3,600 live in the Waikato section.

Rotorua is a major destination for both domestic and international tourists; the tourism industry is by far the largest industry in the district. It is known for its geothermal (Geothermal (geology)) activity, and features geysers – notably the Pohutu Geyser at Whakarewarewa – and hot mud pools. This thermal activity is sourced to the Rotorua caldera, on which the town lies. Rotorua is home to the Waiariki Institute of Technology.

The Lakes of Rotorua are a collection of many lakes surrounding Rotorua.

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