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New building for Trust
Planted 1887
The changing face of our old Police station 2012
Built at #5 Pukuatua Street Rotorua in c1930.
   The staff have found a 1935 map of Rotorua which shows two Transit Camps:   One on the corner of Ranolf and Malfroy Roads, the other at the junction of Amohau,
As listed in the Bay of Plenty Telephone Books c1968- Present & Rotorua Who's Who 1961-1980, held by Rotorua Library.
Prior to 1887 Rotorua came under Tauranga County
A brief history
Helpful stuff for staff
Early entertainment in Rotorua
Cnr Tutanekai & Pukaki Streets
Held by the Friends from 1992-2004
Homepage for site
Large collection of books in Japanese
Winner of the Symposium was local artist Trevor Nathan
13 New Sculptures on display on the Sulphur Lake Sculpture Trail
We are a Lions service club who serve the local Eastside community and raise money for worthy causes - see our web page for more details
Our Club has a BBQ Trailer that can attend many outdoor events, such as the AMP Show and other public events. Itis fully equiped and can be towed behind a
Brief Biography