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Rotorua Review - - FRONT PAGE - NICOLA BREN­NAN-TUPARA

With just a month un­til Christ­mas, we at the Ro­torua Re­view have de­cided to get into the Christ­mas spirit by go­ing on the hunt for the city’s best Christ­mas tree.

Let’s be hon­est, the city’s pub­lic tree last year left lit­tle to be in­spired by.

The coun­cil has promised to spruce it up this year, but we feel the best trees are prob­a­bly the ones you guys all have in your own homes.

And it Doesn’t have to be a tra­di­tional tree- we’d be keen for peo­ple to think out­side the box.

In Hamil­ton they run a com­pe­ti­tion ev­ery year called Trees of the Me­teor with peo­ple mak­ing trees out of all types of ma­te­ri­als.

The 2014 win­ners made their tree out of bad­minton shut­tle­cocks and was an ab­so­lute stun­ner.

So get your cre­ative dec­o­rat­ing caps and send us your pho­tos.

* To en­ter email a high res­o­lu­tion photo (1MB or more) to nicola.bren­nan@fair­fax­me­dia.co.nz by De­cem­ber 15.

We will run peo­ple’s pho­tos each week in the lead up to our last is­sue this year in the paper, on Neigh­bourly and Face­book.

A win­ner will be de­ter­mined by a com­bi­na­tion of pub­lic and Ro­torua Re­view staff votes and will re­ceive a $50 Prezzy card.

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