Results 181 - 200 of 4,252 in Napier, New Zealand
For anglers like Gary Kemsley there is a strong hope that the hooking of two prime quinnat salmon in the Ngaruroro River 10 days ago could be "the start of something". However, while he did not want to rain on the parade of Hawke's Bay anglers hoping to also bag a salmon, Fish and Game officer Tom Winlove's take was effectively "don't hold your ... (more) Comment?
TAG Oil's drill site on Ngapaeruru Rd now looks more like an industrial site than farmland, with rapid progress over the past week. Comment?
Youth Week recognises the amazing contributions and achievements of young people in New Zealand and aims to inspire the community to value, support and affirm the diversity of young people in our society. Comment?
The girlfriend of an inmate who escaped from a prison van thought it was a good idea to help him evade capture by police. Comment?
Marcus Donovan on the job as a plumber and drainlayer with Panton Plumbing. His club rugby form has been hot to date, too. Comment?
Napier Mayor Barbara Arnott, pictured with her husband David, will not contest this year's mayoralty after wearing the chains for 12 years. Comment?
More than 340 people have registered for the fourth annual Country to Coast fun run this Sunday as participants gear up to run for the 15km coastal walking and cycling track from Clive, through Haumoana and finishing at Clifton. Comment?
With the worst of the country's recent bad weather missing Hawke's Bay, the region is set for some "blue skies and passing cloud" for the remainder of the week. Comment?
The HB Regional Council is plowing ahead with its $600 million dam scheme, even as more voices join those who have been trying to slow down the Council's process in the interest of environmental and financial prudence. Comment?
NOT QUITE: Hastings Rugby and Sports prop Dennis Tapusua is held up millimetres from the tryline by Clive defenders Kereama Peni and Kenny Robinson during his team's 49-17 win at Elwood Park on Saturday. Comment?
... Greany posted an ECAC and BIG EAST qualifying time for the 3000 meter steeplechase. Junior Laura Nagel (Napier, New Zealand) competed in the 10,000 meter run, where she placed second with a ECAC Championship qualifying time of 33:46.69 in the Invit ... Comment?
Collections from the Bay's annual Poppy Day appeal funds essential services for the local ex-veteran community, the Returned and Services Association says. Comment?
While preparing the poppies yesterday Napier RSA stalwarts Brian Medcalf and Joy Miller got in some early practice when approached by a visitor to the club who wanted to do his bit. Comment?
Rain is forecast across Hawke's Bay over the next three days but it is not expected to dampen too many maintenance projects taking place across the regions highways. Comment?
Icehouse, a development factory that helps owners and entrepreneurs grow small and medium businesses, was launched in Hawke's Bay last night. Comment?
The Local Government Commission has issued a reminder of the deadline for alternative applications regarding the reorganisation of local authorities in the Hawkes Bay region. Comment?
An inmate has now spent two nights on the run after escaping from a prison van while it was parked at a service station in Dannevirke. Comment?
People will have a chance see the results of a decade of development at the Guthrie-Smith Arboretum when the 90ha site at Tutira, which now has over 20,000 trees, opens to the public on Sunday. Comment?
PAUL HENARE: "They [Super City Rangers] don't have high expectations, and I don't think they have high expectations externally, so they've got no pressure on them." It's a game the Southland Sharks should win, but new coach Paul Henare is not all that comfortable with that talk. Comment?
A huge nationwide Child Support debt made up mainly of penalties and interest has sparked claims by a Napier-based former MP that it is a "ruthless" scheme forcing people to shirk responsibilities to growing youngsters. Comment?