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Ellie Mitchell's cycling efforts were rewarded with the spectacular 360 degree views at the top of Te Mata Peak.
New evidence contradicts Key's claims that he wasn't briefed on the OIA to the SIS.
Wellington is the place to avoid, with showers and a bitterly cold southerly making for an awful day in the capital, MetService says.
A sold-out book that records the harrowing and sometimes heartening stories of people who grew up in children's homes in Hawke's Bay can now be read free of charge on EIT's website.
Council-owned roading company in Tararua and Central Hawke's Bay, Infracon, is to go into liquidation with the future of more that 200 jobs up in the air.
Police are meeting with parents of children at Havelock North Primary School tonight to discuss indecent assault allegations against a music teacher.
Chris Beer Construction won the new house of the year award for a house in Sumner only 400 metres from the epicentre of the February 22 earthquake.
McGrath won 3385 votes and was declared provisionally elected this afternoon to replace four-term councillor Rob Lutter, who resigned in May. McGrath, one of nine contesting the seat, was well clear of the next highest candidates - Rob Duckworth on 2527 votes and Larry Dallimore on 2431.
Trapped in a stream at the bottom of a gully, pinned down by a half-tonne concrete block, Ken Miller thought he was sure to either drown or lose his arm.
HONOURED: Sir Graeme Avery, pictured with Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae Sir Jerry Mateparae, today became a Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
Environment Minister Amy Adams today announced funding of $80,000 for a Hawke's Bay Regional Council project to develop clear criteria for assessing and identifying outstanding water bodies.
Environment Minister Amy Adams today announced funding of $468,000 for a facility in Napier which turns construction, demolition and industrial waste into compost.
A knife sliced 15 centimetres into Christopher Jones' stomach, cutting two major vessels and causing excessive bleeding.
Just a week after Hawke's Bay Police announced a blitz on cars crossing centre-lines, a 60-year-old man has sustained critical injuries after crossing a centre-line and colliding head-on with an oncoming car.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 07:26 pm
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