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3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A Hastings man summoned to court after failing to fill in the 2013 census has completed the forms and talked his way out of a fine.
Should free speech ever be restricted?
Do You Know the Constitution Better Than Most Politicians?
5 hrs ago | The Star Online
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the Highland Towers tragedy. Here, we remember the event by saluting ordinary folks who became heroes when they saved others' lives by helping turn victims into survivors.
6 hrs ago | Scoop
He was questioned about his belief that he felt at risk and threatened species were likely to be in the RWSS area when the other experts who had visited the area disagreed.
12 hrs ago | Scoop
Loving her job at Hawke's Bay Tourism, Jenna Mabey says she definitely made the right choice in studying for EIT's Diploma in Tourism and Travel.
16 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times
The Hawke's Bay commercial fishing fraternity are mourning a colleague after a routine return to port turned to tragedy when a crew member fell overboard and his body was recovered five hours later.
A new report revealed that one out of four children in New Zealand live in poverty as more children stay in cramped homes.
Family members of a man killed on a building site earlier this year are angry they heard of charges laid in relation to his death only through media - and not from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
An elderly man has been taken to hospital in Hawke's Bay after two motorcycles and a car collided on a remote back-country road between Napier and Taihape.
I was in my undies, dancing to a screaming James Brown around the flashest hotel room I'd ever stayed in.
The skipper of the commercial fishing boat alerted the Hawke's Bay coastguard around 4.45am to say one of his crew had fallen overboard.
Both Hastings/Havelock North & Central Hawke's Bay branches of Royal Forest & Bird Society told the board they have concerns about water quality in the Tukituki River and protecting remaining wetlands including Tukituki Estuary.
A six-week "bootcamp" is kicking off an EIT and Youth Quest initiative aimed at helping at-risk Maori and Pacific Island youth into trades training and jobs.
Te Aute College and Hukarere Girls' College have a stronger foundation on which to produce leaders for the future after collaboration across the Anglican Church.
First, we have learned that the Napier City Council will withdraw the controversial $43,000 anti-amalgamation report prepared by Australian Professor Brian Dollery, whose opinion was based on no firsthand interviewing in or understanding of Hawke's Bay.