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9 hrs ago | Scoop
Qualified Hawke's Bay investors are being given the opportunity to express their interest in investing in the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme.
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13 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
A Hawke's Bay mental health nurse who used unreasonable force on a patient has been ordered to pay $27,350.
22 hrs ago | Southland Times
Rod McDonald is a busy man: busy last week greeting the first of the many tonnes of grapes he will process this year for his own and other labels at the old Corbans, later Montana/Pernod Ricard winery on the outskirts of Napier.
The Local Government Commission has rejected reported suggestions about the process it is following in the reorganisation proposals affecting several local authorities.
Hawke's Bay Regional Council is monitoring the spread of the Giant willow aphid after the insects were recently discovered on willows by most of our rivers.
It's time for political leaders to listen to the people and desist from imposing their will to force through change, says New Zealand First spokesperson for Local Government Andrew Williams.
Tararua schools dissatisfied last year with a truancy service shake-up are happy with the service now, but some think the area is too large for one truancy officer.
The council yesterday voted unanimously to oppose the commission's draft proposal which recommends four territorial councils - Napier, Hastings, Central Hawke's Bay and Wairoa - and Hawke's Bay Regional Council be rolled into one body.
Hawke's Bay's opera house was "the strongest 85-year-old lady in the Bay", the engineer behind its $13 million upgrade proclaimed just seven years ago.
Timaru tug master Tom Johnson came to Masterton to meet and pick up Jimmy the huntaway to take home to Timaru.Photo/Lynda Feringa Stories making headlines around the regions today include: Jimmy the huntaway finds a new home, Hawke's Bay is set to get a bright light in the sky and a wedding makes history in Northland.
MEDIA RELEASE New Zealand Hotel Market Bounces Back: Prices rise by 5%, above a global average of 3% a New Zealand hotel rates rise by 5% to $152 over the past year a Napier, Christchurch and Wellington see the biggest hotel price rises in New Zealand a Chinese travellers biggest spenders on New Zealand accommodation, followed by the US and ... (more)
A training programme designed to help caregivers understand what it's like to live with dementia and how to better understand those with the condition will be offered to MidCentral District Health Board's caregivers and registered nurses working in the aged care sector.