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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Sir Ian Botham to take part in Legends of CricketRead the original story

    Jan 23, 2015 | 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.

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

    Jan 23, 2015 | 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.

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

    Jan 23, 2015 | 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.

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  11. Getting what he deservesRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2015 | 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.

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

    Jan 22, 2015 | 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.

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  13. Tattoos could identify mystery bodyRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | 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.

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  14. Carjackers speed off with three years of victim's workRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    Rupert Ellis-Jones had his white 1992 Subaru Impreza containing vital papers for his engineering apprenticeship carjacked as he sat at the Awatoto lookout. Photo / Paul Taylor Being threatened with a sharpened screwdriver was not the worst part of a violent carjacking for Hawke's Bay trainee engineer Rupert Ellis-Jones - it was losing crucial paperwork needed to finish his apprenticeship.

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  15. Opportunity for Update on 'The Big Six'Read the original story

    Jan 20, 2015 | Scoop

    Hawke's Bay Regional Council is hosting a late afternoon tea meeting onWednesday 28 January giving an update on how public comments made on The Big Six priorities late last year are being incorporated into the Long Term Plan for the region. The meeting is on Wednesday 28 January at 5.15 - 6.30pm in HBRC's Council Chamber, Dalton St, Napier.

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  16. Muggy north, showery southRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2015 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A warm, humid day lies ahead for much of the North Island while showers will touch most areas in the south, MetService says. Disturbed southwesterlies will ease across the country today as a ridge of high pressure gradually moves in from the Tasman Sea, the forecaster says.

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  17. Football: Second half gets Auckland City homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    Auckland City moved to within two points of ASB Premiership leaders Team Wellington on Sunday after three second half goals secured a 3-0 win over Hawke's Bay United at Bluewater Stadium in Napier. Following the scoreless first period in which both sides had opportunities but could not convert, Emiliano Tade got Auckland City off the mark in the 58th minute from the penalty spot after David Browne had been brought down by Hawke's Bay 'keeper Josh Hill in the area.

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  18. Auckland City close gap on Team Wellington with 3-0 win over Hawke's Bay UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2015 | Stuff.co.nz

    Auckland City moved to within two points of ASB Premiership leaders Team Wellington on Sunday after three second half goals secured a 3-0 win over Hawke's Bay United at Bluewater Stadium in Napier. Following the scoreless first period in which both sides had opportunities but could not convert, Emiliano Tade got Auckland City off the mark in the 58th minute from the penalty spot after David Browne had been brought down by Hawke's Bay goalkeeper Josh Hill in the area.

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  19. Detention at crim's padRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2015 | The Otago Daily Times

    A woman who was ordered to stay out of Hawke's Bay during a 10-month home-detention sentence imposed a week before Christmas has been bunking-down at the home of a prolific criminal near Napier after an apparent gaffe by a probation officer. Appearing in Napier District Court on December 18 for sentence on blackmail, kidnapping and robbery charges, Sara Jane Skeet, 54, was granted home detention to an address outside of Hawke's Bay.

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  20. Dry and hot Friday for mostRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2015 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Rain was falling on the West Coast early today but the rest of the country might be lucky to get a passing shower to interrupt the dry summer. Inland parts of Canterbury, Otago and Southland are expected to get northwesterly gales this morning, with showers possible later, MetService says.

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