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  1. NZ crush Pakistan, maintain 'momentum' ahead of WCupRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2015 | Arab Times

    ... both went as they lashed out trying to lift the pace and when ul-Haq departed on 45 it was all over. NAPIER, New Zealand, Feb 3, (AFP): Complete scoreboard in the second and final one-day international between New Zealand and Pakistan at McLean Park ...

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  2. Driver challenges officer's entry rightRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2015 | Dominion Post

    A police officer who found an upturned vehicle in a ditch, covered in blood and smelling of alcohol, had no right to enter the driver's home under new search and surveillance laws, the driver claims. He defended the charge in Napier District Court yesterday, with his lawyer, Scott Jefferson, saying that police had no authority to enter Ericksen's house.

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  3. World Sports at 1350 GMTRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... in a downhill training on Tuesday to see if it can hold up. By Pat Graham. SENT: 750 words, photos. NAPIER, New Zealand " New Zealand makes an emphatic statement of form in its last official limited-overs international before the Cricket World Cup, ...

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  4. New Zealand beat Pakistan in second ODIRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2015 | The Nation

    Napier- New Zealand flayed Pakistan's attack on the way to a crushing 119-run win during the second one-day international in Napier on Tuesday. The win means the Black Caps take the series 2-0 and maintain momentum ahead of this month's World Cup, while Pakistan look in disarray after two poor displays.

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  5. New Zealand beat Pakistan by 119 runs in Napier ODIRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2015 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Napier: New Zealand crushed Pakistan by 119 runs in their second and final one-day international in Napier on Tuesday to win the series 2-0 Pakistan were bowled out for 250 in 43.1 overs in reply to New Zealand's 369, which included centuries by Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor. New Zealand flayed Pakistan's attack Tuesday to make a record 369 for five, with Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor helping themselves to centuries in a Black Cap run-fest.

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  6. Pakistan vs New Zealand 2nd ODI: Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor score ton as Kiwis reach 369/5Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2015 | India.com

    Napier: New Zealand were 369 for five at the end of their innings in the second One-Day International against Pakistan on Tuesday, their highest ever total against the tourists. Kane Williamson top scored with 112, Ross Taylor was 102 not out and Martin Guptill notched 76 in the fifth highest total ever made by the Black Caps.

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  7. New Zealand batsmen run riot against PakistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2015 | Silicon Alley Insider

    New Zealand flayed Pakistan's attack Tuesday to make a record 369 for five, with Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor helping themselves to centuries in a Black Cap run-fest. Taylor, playing his 150th one-day international, finished 102 not out with a boundary off the last ball, while Williamson top-scored with 112.

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  8. Opera Star Torosyan Born To SingRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2015 | Groong

    OPERA STAR TOROSYAN BORN TO SING New Zealand Herald, NZ Feb 2 2015 By Amy Shanks Hasmik Torosyan was born to be an opera singer and, it seems, destined to play the part of leading lady. She is a shining star in Hawke's Bay Festival Opera's delivery of The Elixir of Love, showing at Napier Municipal Theatre on three dates over Tremains Art Deco Weekend.

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  9. Coast from Napier airport to Mahia claimedRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2015 | Scoop

    A series of tribal groups have claimed the Hawke's Bay coastal area from the airport to past Mahia Peninsula because of the treaty and because "we were here first", a public meeting at the Napier Sailing Club was told yesterday. A further reason for the claims, Hugh Barr of the Council of Outdoor Recreation Associations of New Zealand told around 100 people at 7pm, was that the current government made them possible.

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  10. NZ@Noon: 'Lazy' litterers and a shopping surpriseRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    Lazy litterers in Northland and a shopper caught in a surprise chase in Hawke's Bay are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today. A routine trip to the supermarket nearly ended in disaster for a Napier resident who found himself in the middle of a dramatic police chase.

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  11. New Zealand confident of securing ODI series victory over Pakistan in NapierRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2015 | Stuff.co.nz

    Events in Perth on Sunday night offered more than a passing distraction for the Black Caps as they eye another one-day international series win today in Napier. New Zealand will be confident, on evidence of the gulf between the sides in Wellington, of completing a 2-0 series victory at a fast, bouncy McLean Park where the mercury is forecast to tip over 30 degrees Celsius for the day-nighter.

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  12. Waitakere United look for consistency in ASB PremiershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2015 | Stuff.co.nz

    Waitakere United are on a desperate search for consistency today in an attempt to get their playoff push back on track. After a stop-start beginning to the ASB Premiership new year, Brian Shelley's team opened 2015 with a 2-1 win over Team Wellington, inflicting the leaders' only loss of the season to that point, but followed with a poor outing in a 2-0 defeat to Wanderers SC.

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  13. Woman scamming Hawke's Bay people for money and petrolRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 | Dominion Post

    Hawke's Bay police prevention manager Inspector Andy Sloan said the woman, who is knocking on doors in Havelock North, Hastings and Napier, was not breaking any laws, so they cannot identify her. Sloan said police had received several complaints over the last week about the woman, who carries a red petrol can and tells house occupants that her car has run out of petrol and she has no money to get home.

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  14. Principles for Board of Inquiry process agreed uponRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2015 | Scoop

    Hawke's Bay Regional Council has agreed on the principles upon which to base its response to the Board of Inquiry, which continues to consider Tukituki Plan Change 6. After High Court Appeals, a judge has referred one specific provision in Tukituki Plan Change 6 back to the Board of Inquiry for consideration and ruled the Board seek comments from all the parties on re-crafting the rule to make it more effective. HBRC is preparing a response to the Board of Inquiry and presented a set of principles to yesterday's Council meeting for discussion.

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  15. Logging could save Napier-Gisborne rail lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2015 | Dominion Post

    Restoring the Napier-Gisborne rail line may not be viable, but getting half of it back in use could be an option. KiwiRail is willing to lease the disused line to Hawke's Bay Regional Council so a private rail operator could be found to operate a freight service.

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  16. a oeA complete mystery;a dead man found in Napier cannot be identifiedRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | Scoop

    News from NZ Police The identity of a man found dead in central Napier last week remains a mystery, despite public pleas for information about him. The man was found dead in the central city last Monday morning.

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  17. Hawke's Bay has a pronounced wine advantage in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Stuff.co.nz

    NAME GAME: Wine expert Fongyee Walker says Hawke's Bay has a head start in the Chinese market because it's easy to pronounce. Hawke's Bay's wines are top class, but the fact the region is easy to pronounce in Mandarin may be its biggest advantage in the Chinese market, according to that nation's leading wine commentator.

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  18. 1931 Earthquake Survivors event this weekendRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | Scoop

    This event is an established part of the 1931 Earthquake commemoration calendar after being generously initiated by volunteers about 15 years ago. Although acceptances are still coming in, 114 survivors and a number of their carers have accepted invitations to attend the event hosted by Napier Boys' High School at their main Henderson Hall in Chambers St. Anyone who survived the 1931 earthquake and would like to attend can contact the Mayor of Napier's office to be included in the guest list.

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  19. Dead man still not identifiedRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | Scoop

    The identity of a man found dead in central Napier last week remains a mystery, despite public pleas for information about him. The man was found dead in the central city last Monday morning.

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  20. Old Boys end Palmerston's unbeaten stretchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2015 | Manawatu Standard

    A superb bowling effort from Old Boys handed Palmerston their first two-day loss in two seasons, at Manawaroa Park on Saturday. Having had a good lead after the first day last week, Old Boys set Palmerston a big total of 329 to win in 46 overs and Palmerston got to within seven minutes shy of drawing the game, until Old Boys got the last wicket to win by 128 runs.

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