2 hrs ago | Hawkes Bay Today
Nigel and Jacqueline Burbury are one step away from abandoning their Moore Rd orchard because there won't be enough water next year to grow fruit on the 24ha property they've worked for 22 years.
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TWO GOOD: New Zealander Dexter Dunn, front, won his second straight Noel Smith Memorial Horsham Invitational Drivers Championship on Monday.
10 hrs ago | Paddock Talk
Peter's Motorsport Team Owner Rod Dawson and Team Commercial Manager Chris Berry will join the New Zealand V8 Ute Racing Series this weekend at Pukekohe, near Auckland.
Rush over Unitary Plan means residents feel they don't have a say in future of city, writes Christine Rose.
A resolution has been agreed which should see authorities clearing New Zealand meat exports to China from next week, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has announced.
Erica Gunther and Thomas Jones, who says he was told by doctors he would be a father 10 minutes before Laurelin was delivered.
Interior demolition and strengthening refurbishment work has resumed on the old Farmers building site in Napier.
A Samoan national accused of raping a 16-year-old girl in a Flaxmere park has been banned from returning to Hawke's Bay unless he is due to appear in court.
Residents walk through debris of homes after the suburb of Moore, Oklahoma was left devastated by a tornado.
SERIOUS CONCERNS: Labour police spokesman Kris Faafoi says police officers are leaving in droves right around the country and the organisation is in danger of losing the public's confidence.
MEDIA RELEASE: Tuesday 21 May 2013. Students from nine secondary schools in Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty gathered for a working breakfast yesterday to help shape and plan the future of their community.
The former chief evangelist of Apple, Guy Kawasaki, took center stage at the social media breakfast in Auckland on Wednesday, May 15 to share some of his enchanting wisdom on being enchanting and social media.
Chinese visitors usually opted to book package deals or tours of New Zealand, with the Bay of Islands, Rotorua and Queenstown.
The number of New Zealanders quitting this country for a better life across the Tasman slowed to its smallest monthly pace in almost three years, as the local economic prospects start overshadowing Australia's. Seasonally adjusted, almost 2,000 more people left New Zealand for Australia than arrived in April, according to Statistics New Zealand .
A Whangarei accountant has been suspended and ordered to pay $8000 after he misled the public by claiming to be a chartered accountant on his website.
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