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13 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A Hawkes Bay volleyball coach has been sentenced to home detention after she admitted engaging in a "damaging psychological relationship" with a young female student.
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New Zealand has lost one of its greatest jurists with the death of Sir Owen Woodhouse, New Zealand Law Society President Chris Moore said today.
Turners & Growers, the fruit marketer controlled by Germany's BayWa, has agreed to buy Hawke's Bay-based Apollo Apples for as much as $44.1 million as it looks to meet growing global demand.
Independent conservation organisation Forest & Bird says the Board of Inquiry that today granted consent for the Ruataniwha irrigation dam has failed to account for the overall environmental damage the project would cause, if it is built.
Workers and associates of the Hawke's Bay hospitality sector have spoken and the Finalists for the Hawke's Bay Hospitality Awards 2014 have been announced.
Nick has spent seven years in England where he managed the Burgh Island Hotel a 25 room, five star hotel in Devon England, where during his tenure it was voted Britain's most romantic hotel in 2011 by readers of the Good Hotel Guide.
Some stories that are making headlines across the regions today include: Fluffy the cat was found in a mess four days after a house fire in Hawke's Bay and a 91-year-old Northland man snagged himself a monster marlin.
A coroner's inquest into the 2011 fatal police shooting of a 19-year-old Hastings man is set to begin today.
The girl was transferred to Hawke's Bay Hospital by the Lowe Corporation rescue helicopter for surgery after being shot with an air rifle.
An analysis of submissions on the Draft Local Alcohol Policy for Hasting and Napier District Councils shows only about a third of the 260 submissions presented by Hospitality New Zealand could be considered "genuine".
Two Hawke's Bay men are facing charges of unlawful hunting and are likely to be among the first to face tough new penalties which were introduced last November.
A proud family will farewell a 36-year-old Flaxmere man today, killed in a crash on Wednesday night after the driver missed a bend and crashed into a concrete power pole.
TOO MUCH PAIN: Jean Redman takes morphine every day since a bungled operation three years ago, in which a replacement hip was fitted at the wrong angle.
Barnes broke down today as she told the Napier District Court that every day she thought about her father dying on a construction site.