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Police were pleased with the recent arrests, but believed they had nabbed just some of a much larger group offending in the Hastings area.
The former Executive Chairman of Shell Australia, Dr Roland Williams is to speak at two seminars in Hawke's Bay next month.
A man who allegedly invaded a Napier home with a hammer is in a critical condition because the family he targeted fought back.
A fine day is on the cards for much of the country, though there'll be rain in some areas, MetService says.
Police are investigating why two men separately drove themselves to a Napier clinic with serious injuries overnight, one with stab wounds to the head.
Elephant Hill is one of Hawkei 1 2s Bayi 1 2s newest wineries, where you can enjoy gourmet cuisine such as this scallop and cucumber dish paired with the 2010 Elephant Hill Chardonnay.
Epsom candidate Paul Goldsmith is ranked at 30 - nine slots above his 2011 ranking.
A Hawke's Bay regional councillor is facing possible censure after claiming other councillors wanted the proposed Ruataniwha dam "at any cost".
Tens of thousands of patients are failing to show up for their appointments every year, costing the public health system millions.
Hawke's Bay consumer-owned lines company, Unison Networks, today announced a solid result for the 2013/14 financial year, declaring a $9.446 million dividend for its shareholders, the Hawke's Bay Power Consumers' Trust.
Evidence gathered solely from a cell phone has been used for the first time to convict a Hastings man for possessing child sexual abuse pictures.
A billboard featuring Prime Minister John Key, put up by Tukituki MP Craig Foss on Karamu Rd North, is among the latest to suffer a vandalism attack.
Environment Canterbury is on a ministerial list of councils that will probably not achieve the required standard of air quality, even after its unpopular clampdown on older-style log burners and thermal imaging of suspect chimneys.
The country's town and district councils agreed this week to lobby the Government for protection from region-wide referendums that might favour super-cities.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 08:35 pm
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