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The Hawke's Bay rescue helicopter is out of action after a rotor blade hit the tail during "a freak gust of wind" while preparing to take off from Wellington Hospital on Wednesday night. Comment?
Six60's Hamilton show on Saturday April 13 at The Founders Theatre has now sold out. Comment?
The extended summer weather has lifted productivity in the "vibrant" commercial building sector but it's of no use in the residential market, which has continued to struggle in Hawke's Bay. Comment?
PLEASE GOD: Meeanee Maulers manager Claire Bunce prays for a kind draw and favourable weather as Greg Zachan and Keith Price complete the draw for tomorrow night's Peter Barry Memorial Stockcar Teams event at Meeanee. Comment?
A school group from Putaruru was impressed with what Hawke's Bay had to offer but less than impressed at the response a parent helper got when she stopped to try to make a phone call after realising she had taken the wrong road home. Comment?
Can the Hawke's Bay Masters women's golf side shake off their province's unluckiest team tag? That was a major question as the team travelled west yesterday for their three-day national inter-provincial tournament which begins at the Feilding club today. Comment?
STAYING GROUNDED: The Lowe Corporation rescue helicopter, which is out of action after a rotor hit its tail during a "freak gust of wind". The Hawke's Bay Rescue Helicopter is out of action after a rotor blade hit the tail during "a freak gust of wind" while preparing to take off from Wellington Hospital yesterday evening. Comment?
Contractors will move onto the site to begin construction of William Nelson Park near Hastings CBD on Monday April 15th 2013. Comment?
Across the table of contention, Tina Allan will forever be the face of reason in her daily routine. Comment?
Former Nature Green New Zealand director Ron Massey is calling for an end to the "trial by media" around the ginkgo company's failure and has invited the liquidator to take him to court to sort this out. Comment?
About 100 people marched to the HB Regional Council offices to protest a lack of consultation over oil and gas exploration in Hawke's Bay, and managed to hand a letter over to the Minister of Energy and Resources Simon Bridges, asking for a moratorium on oil and gas exploration. Comment?
Good Friday I spent half the day riding my bike along the Napier cycle paths along with visitors and locals enjoying Hawke's Bay's sunshine. Comment?
Studying at EIT is a more personal learning experience than at an American university, says Justin Adsett, who lived in Florida before his family moved to Napier five years ago. Comment?
So you've enjoyed a long warm summer in Hawke's Bay, but winter is coming and if you want to stay warm, Hawke's Bay Regional Council encourages homeowners to make use of the HeatSmart scheme. Comment?
Switching from university student to dairy farm worker has benefited Karl Hewitt's rugby big time. Comment?
Police operational changes including a new focus on repeat victims are being lauded as behind a sharp decline in the number of burglaries and other reported crime in Hawke's Bay. Comment?
A march on the Hawke's Bay Regional Council's Napier office is planned today to protest the public's exclusion from a meeting with the Minister of Energy and Resources Simon Bridges over the development of an oil and gas industry for the Bay. Comment?
A meeting in Auckland tomorrow seeking feedback on countering the death of golf clubs in the country has come too late for a public club in Hawke's Bay. Comment?
Six60's Wellington show this Friday, April 5 at the St James Theatre has now sold out. Comment?
Only one team from Hawke's Bay will fly the flag in this winter's seven-team Federation League. Comment?