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Confidence in Adversity by Reynold MacPherson.
Cover image is copyrighted to the author, Reynold MacPherson
Zahnee's Story.
November 26th, 2012, Zahnee Riley-Campbell launched her book "Zahnee's Story" with Todd McClay
Fletcher Tuatara at Aquatic Centre.
With staff member Joanna Thomas 
Fletcher v Spike.
Fletcher Tuatara 2012.
Ko Tawa 'Gilbert Mair.
A Larger than life statue in wood of 'Gilbert Mair' by artist Jamie Pickernell of Rotorua, that was on display in the Rotorua District Library for several months.
See You Soon.
Title: See You Soon Artist: Rakei Kingi This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. It will form part of the Sulphur
Te Hokinga.
Title: Te Hokinga Artist: Trevor Nathan This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. The Memorial Bridge across Sulphur Lake can be
The Ghost Soldier.
Title: The Ghost Soldier Artist: Rory McDougall This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. Sulphur Lake is in the foreground. It
The White Mouse.
Title: The White Mouse Artist: Anna Korver This sculpture was the winning entry in the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. It will form part of the Sulphur
Ake Ake Kia Kaha.
Title: Ake Ake Kia Kaha (Forever and Ever be Strong) Artist: Steve Molloy This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. It
Fissure.
Title: Fissure Artist: Donald Buglass This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. It will form part of the Sulphur Lake Sculpture
We will Remember Them.
Title: We will Remember Them Artist: Joe Kemp This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. It will form part of the
Te Hokinga.
Title: Te Hokinga Artist: Trevor Nathan This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. It will form part of the Sulphur Lake
The Memorial Bridge.
The Memorial Bridge across Sulphur Lake in Goverment Gardens was officially dedicated on the 5th of August 2014 to mark the start of World War 1 commemorations in Rotorua. Source:
Gallipoli.
Title: Gallipoli Artist: Logan Okiwi Shipgood This sculpture was carved for the 2014 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “The Returning Soldier”. The Memorial Bridge across Sulphur Lake can be seen