Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

Hawke's Bay, New Zealand Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.

Results 1 - 20 of 2,080 in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

  1. Kohli runs hotRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

    PERTH No one in this country is talking about the quick pitch at the WACA ahead of the big West Indies and India showdown . No one in India is discussing their country's recent, superior record against the West Indies, but the cricketing headlines all over are about Virat Kohli's abusive behavior to a journalist on the eve of their clash in the ICC Cricket World Cup.

    Comment?

  2. CORRECT: NZ could reap $190M/year benefit from dronesRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Scoop

    Allowing drones to operate beyond the operator's line of sight could provide economic gains of up to $190 million a year to New Zealand's farming, forestry and energy sectors, according to a report commissioned by Callaghan Innovation. New Zealand may become the first in the world to have a regulatory framework that lets beyond line of sight flights on unmanned aerial vehicles , with the Civil Aviation Authority aiming to get sign off for a new rule from the Transport Minister later this month.

    Comment?

  3. Special delivery from Vladimir PutinRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Royal Navy veteran Stan Douglas with the medal he received 'out of the blue' which had been awarded to him by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo / Warren Buckland When Napier man Stan Douglas went out to get the mail from his letterbox a few days ago he was left slightly stunned - as it's not every day you get a note on behalf of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.

    Comment?

  4. Big Awatoto Beach Clean-Up this SaturdayRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Scoop

    Hawke's Bay people are being encouraged to come along and help clean up the beach at this weekend's Big Awatoto Beach Clean-up. Hawke's Bay Regional Council is holding the beach clean-up at Awatoto this Saturday, as part of Seaweek activities.

    Comment?

  5. Lucrative prize for nine-hole shootoutRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Manawatu Standard

    The Horizon Golf Shootout at the Manawatu Golf Club will have a record prize pot for any such event in New Zealand. The shootout on March 18 is one of the preludes to the $40,000 LawnMaster Classic, one of the Charles Tour professional events.

    Comment?

  6. Cops back tracking Alzheimer's sufferersRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    Alzheimer's sufferer Fiona Wills, 77, presumed dead after she went missing almost three months ago. Photo by Hawkes Bay Today Police are supporting the use of tracking devices on Alzheimer's sufferers to prevent costly and sometimes futile efforts to find people who wander off Hawke's Bay police said there had been an increase in the number of cases where Alzheimer's sufferers have wandered from their homes, with four recent search and rescue call-outs.

    Comment?

  7. Humid in north, mainly fine down southRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    A complex weather system covers sits over the country, with a weak front over the northwest of the South Island slowly sliding southwest today, the forecaster says. The north of the country will be especially muggy, with Whangarei expected to top 26 degrees Celsius and Auckland and Hamilton on 28C in cloudy conditions.

    Comment?

  8. Baker of offensive cake gets last laugh on ex-employerRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Business Insurance

    Napier, New Zealand, woman Karen Hammond recently was awarded NZ$168,000 after she claimed her former employers breached her privacy by circulating a screenshot of an offensive cake she had baked to recruitment agencies. Ms. Hammond left NZ Credit Union Baywide in March 2012 and five days later baked a cake for a former colleague, whom she believed had been constructively dismissed from the company.

    Comment?

  9. Clinical Pakistan march on with UAE victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Pakistan continued their World Cup revival with a professional batting and bowling performance in a 129-run win against United Arab Emirates in Napier on Wednesday. Opener Ahmed Shehzad fell seven short of his maiden World Cup hundred while Haris Sohail and skipper Misbah-ul-Haq chipped in with 65 which helped Pakistan to post a big 339-6 on a flat McLean Park pitch.

    Comment?

  10. Apparent light sentence leaves victim angryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    A Hastings teenager has escaped jail time for his role in a brutal and unprovoked attack on an electrician in Havelock North. Jacob Patrick Broderick was sentenced today at Hastings District Court after leaving a now 33-year-old man bloodied and unresponsive outside the clock tower public toilets on Te Aute Rd. His guilty plea to a charge of injuring with intent to injure came after his friend and co-attacker, Falcon Kaine Walsh, was jailed for two years and six months' for his part in the bashing early on August 3 last year.

    Comment?

  11. Climate Summary: A persistently dry summer for allRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scoop

    Rainfall was below normal for much of New Zealand during summer. Areas that were particularly affected by the dryness include eastern Otago, Canterbury, Marlborough, Wairarapa and parts of the Waikato where well below normal rainfall for the majority of the South Island with the exception of Marlborough and coastal parts of Canterbury and Otago where temperatures were in the near average range .

    Comment?

  12. 'She doesn't work here anymore' - Cake...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    'She doesn't work here anymore' - Cake 'bully' HR manager Louise Alexandra out of job after disappearing from NZCU website The woman blasted for bullying an employee in the offensive cake case is no longer working at the credit union branch. Yesterday, it was reported human resource manager Louise Alexandra still had her job with the NZCU Baywide branch , despite all mention of her abruptly disappearing from the company website.

    Comment?

  13. Community detention for Havelock North beatingRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Otago Daily Times

    A Hastings teenager has escaped jail time for his role in a brutal and unprovoked attack on an electrician in Havelock North. Jacob Patrick Broderick was sentenced today at Hastings District Court after leaving the now 33-year-old man bloodied and unresponsive outside the clock tower public toilets on Te Aute Rd. His guilty plea to a charge of injuring with intent to injure came after his friend and co-attacker, Falcon Kaine Walsh, was jailed for two years and six months' for his part in the bashing early on August 3 last year.

    Comment?

  14. Flooding Ruahine conservation land unlawful - Forest & BirdRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scoop

    A Department of Conservation proposal to allow high value conservation land in the Ruahine Forest Park to be flooded to build the Ruataniwha water storage lake in Hawke's Bay is unlawful, Forest & Bird said today. Plans to revoke the conservation park status of the 22 hectares of high value conservation land to be flooded and then to swap it for a block of private land were both unlawful, Forest & Bird says in a submission to the Department of Conservation .

    Comment?

  15. NZ@Noon: 'Dumb' fire and a drug-dealing teenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    A "dumb fire" in South Hokianga and a drug-dealing high school student in Tauranga are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today. Two elderly "time-wasters" who set a "dumb" rubbish fire in South Hokianga that got out-of-control, have been condemned by firefighters.

    Comment?

  16. Fledgling sport catching onRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Taranaki Daily News

    And no, it's not an expensive car revving on the start line, it's a hardcore ride-on lawnmower. Following two successful annual events at Lepperton School where a pile of modified lawnmowers burned around a tricky course providing plenty of entertainment and raising money for the school coffers, the hardcore riders got hooked on their new sport and have now formed their own club.

    Comment?

  17. McCullum fit to play Afghanistan: CoachRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum batted with freedom in the nets on Wednesday and should be fit to play Sunday's World Cup clash against Afghanistan despite taking a heavy blow to the arm New Zealand's captain Brendon McCullum reacts as he walks off the field, after being dismissed for 77 runs from 25 deliveries, during the Cricket World Cup match against England at Wellington Stadium in Wellington February 20, 2015.

    Comment?

  18. New Zealand's most expensive cakeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scoop

    There is plenty of nervousness around posting photos of a girls' night out downing tequilas on Facebook. God forbid anyone tag you in them and you lose out on your dream job because an employer googles you and sees a Chippendale in nothing but a bow-tie licking salt from your dA colletage and inserting a slice of lime into your mouth using his tongue.

    Comment?

  19. Manuka Ales - dona t lose another piece of KiwianaRead the original story

    Tuesday | Scoop

    Support these uniquely Kiwi Manuka Ales so they can go to market, or else we risk the neighbours over the ditch taking this one as well. You know what to do, get behind us with our collective kiwi scrum and push as hard as to get us over the line today, so Manuka Ales stay kiwi as.

    Comment?

  20. Offensive cake: 'Bully' boss keeps jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    Hayley Edmondson said she felt "bullied" into providing the offending image against her will and resigned months after the incident. The human-resource manager and food blogger who "bullied" a staff member into logging onto Facebook and finding a controversial cake photo is still employed by the company.

    Comment?