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  1. Jarod Smith's late strike keeps Team Wellington top of ASB PremiershipRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    It came late, and from a Hawke's Bay United old boy, as a Jarod Smith goal kept Team Wellington atop the ASB Premiership. Team Wellington had previously earned a reputation for a being side that couldn't close the deal.


  2. Set piece woes sees WaiBOP United beaten by Auckland City FC in ASB PremiershipRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    The victory saw Auckland City top of the ASB Premiership table for a brief time today, before Team Wellington completed a 1-0 win over Hawke's Bay in the later kickoff to return to the league lead. WaiBop United coach Peter Smith said his team showed their fighting qualities against Auckland City at Kiwitea St, but were let down by two set-piece malfunctions.


  3. Mutch bounces back from health scare to win Taihape titleRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Scoop

    A few days in hospital before Christmas and a few lingering questions about the health proved no bar to Taranaki farmer and 2012 World champion Gavin Mutch when he won a top-class Open final at the Taihape A and P Show today. In plus-30deg temperatures, having driven thee hours from Whangamomona, and having not won a competition in his adopted country since November 2013, Mutch emerged from a strong field of 26 to be top qualifier for the six-man final to get a flying to the 20-sheep showdown by having first three shorn in under 2min 30sec.


  4. Distraught father: I've lost both of my boysRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    A man aged 20 died and his brother, believed to be 22, is missing after they got into trouble while swimming at Makorori Beach just before 10am. Last night, a 22-year-old man was feared drowned after he and a friend tried to cross the Waikato River in Hamilton.


  5. Team Wellington target defence as they aim to stay top of ASB PremiershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    They're top of the league but Team Wellington boss Matt Calcott wants his side to buck up their defensive ideas. Calcott, whose side has led the ASB Premiership for the majority of the first half of the season, says while his team is sharp going forward they need to find much more resolve at the other end of the field.


  6. Sir Ian Botham to take part in Legends of CricketRead the original story

    Friday | Scoop

    One of the true legends of cricket, Sir Ian "Beefy" Botham, will be part of an all-star cricket match with a difference in Hawke's Bay next month. The Legends of Cricket Art Deco Match, to be played on 25 February, will feature many cricket heroes from days gone by.


  7. Sir Ian Botham to play at Clifton County Cricket ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dominion Post

    When two "cricket tragics" met on a bone-dry, weed and stone-covered paddock with a view of turning it into a pitch, they dare not have dreamed that, within four summers, it would be hosting a match featuring Sir Ian Botham and other boyhood idols. Matt Nilsson, whose family owned the farm, and Sam Howard both attended Sunday afternoon social matches organised by their fathers and others as part of what became known in the 1980s as the Clifton County Cricket Club.


  8. Again, Accused Taggers Should Reconsider Tagging the CourthouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Lowering the Bar

    In covering some of these stories, I sometimes wonder whether I am potentially helping to deter future conduct of that kind or possibly just encouraging it. It depends a lot on what the particular conduct is, of course.


  9. Tagger who 'led with chin' gets month's jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dominion Post

    When he appeared on Thursday, Adeane said anyone caught tagging in Hawke's Bay would get "short shrift", and to tag a courthouse was "really leading with your chin". On the afternoon of January 8, a court security guard was looking at CCTV screens and observed Kelliher lean over the balcony of the court foyer and use a sharp object to scratch words into the wall.


  10. Woman left shaken by robbers' threatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    The alleyway between Matai St and Gordon Rd, Hastings. Police are asking residents whether they saw anyone fleeing down the alley on Wednesday morning.


  11. Getting what he deservesRead the original story

    Thursday | Kiwiblog

    Tagging the foyer of the court housing a judge known for his loathing of taggers is not the smartest thing to do. It's an observation Adam Kelliher might have been considering as he spent last night in a prison cell after appearing before Judge Tony Adeane in Napier District Court yesterday.


  12. Palmerston Northa s new water park a hit in the first monthRead the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    Over 10,000 people have ridden the new SuperBowl and SpeedSlide hydroslides at Palmerston North's Lido Aquatic Centre since opening in December of last year. The Manawatu waterpark can now boast the biggest waterslide in the North Island, with the latest in water park technology and it's proving a hit with locals and visitors alike.


  13. Acting out, fighting backRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Southland Times

    Yellow Belle project manager Stephanie Garvey, right, shows Palmerston North Women's Refuge manager Ang Jury how to escape a choke hold Police say four women were sexually violated in their homes by an intruder in the suburb of West End between October through to Januray. Francis Kane Keefe, 33, has been charged with sexual violation in relation to the two incidents this month, one on January 8 in a Ferguson St home and another on January 15 at a Linton St property.


  14. Favourite Magpies facing southern challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2013 | Sunday Star Times

    Who ya got? Hawke's Bay are the bookies' favourites but the southern men of Southland and Otago are also quietly confident in what shapes as a competitive second-tier of the provincial competition. The Magpies loaded up on talent by adding halfback Alby Mathewson, flanker Brendon O'Connor, hooker Ged Robinson, wing Telusa Veaqinu, lock Mark Abbott and prop Max Lahiff among a large personnel change.


  15. Adam Kelliher faces sentencing for tagging court foyerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Stuff.co.nz

    Tagging the foyer of the court housing a judge known for his loathing of taggers is not the smartest thing to do. It's an observation Adam Kelliher might have been considering as he spent last night in a prison cell after appearing before Judge Tony Adeane in Napier District Court yesterday.


  16. Tattoos could identify mystery bodyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Otago Daily Times

    Distinctive tattoos on a man found dead in an alleyway in central Napier this week could help to identify him. Police say they are not treating the man's death as suspicious, but they have not been able to identify him since his body was found on Monday.


  17. Farm sales rise nearly 6pc in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Stuff.co.nz

    Fonterra's lowered milk payout this season has failed to put a dent in farm prices and sales compared to a year ago. According to the Real Estate Institute, there were 486 farm sales in the three months to December, a 30 per cent fall on the previous three months to November and 12.3 per cent lower than the same period a year earlier.


  18. Chiefs prop Ben Tameifuna to join Dan Carter at Racing Metro in FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Waikato Times

    Chiefs prop Ben Tameifuna appears to have ended his All Blacks hopes, with the French media reporting he has landed a three-year deal with Paris club Racing Metro. That would see the 23-year-old join All Blacks superstar Dan Carter at the ambitious club after this year's World Cup in England.


  19. WT softball team leads LSC votingRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Amarillo.com

    ... of .902 while walking 42 times to register an on-base percentage of .574. Hokianga, a senior from Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, led WT's national title run, compiling a 29-3 record with a 2.11 ERA. Hokianga registered eight shutouts with two saves in ...


  20. Watch on for Algal BloomsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Scoop

    The temperaturescurrent weather conditions, resulting in lower river flows and warmer water , increase the likelihood of algal blooms in Hawke's Bay fresh waterways. Hawke's Bay Regional Council and Hawke's Bay District Health Board remind people to take care around streams, rivers and lakes as algal blooms can be toxic to humans and dogs.