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Several arrested after public identify suspicious activity in Hawke's Bay

Suspicious activity noticed by members of the public has led to a number of arrests in Hawke's Bay this week. Police say through information received they have...

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Tickets to Hawke's Bay Wine Auction selling fast News

Tickets to Hawke's Bay Wine Auction selling fast

Tickets to the 30th Hawke's Bay Wine Auction are flowing out the door, with people across the country securing tickets in the first week.  Hawke's Bay Win...

"It truly was a remarkable feeling": Hawke's Bay helicopter pilot soars above London's royal celebrations News

"It truly was a remarkable feeling": Hawke's Bay helicopter pilot soars above London's royal celebrations

A Hawke's Bay man says flying above Buckingham Palace during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations is something he won't forget.  Royal...

EIT Executive Dean elected Chair of International Equestrian Commission News

EIT Executive Dean elected Chair of International Equestrian Commission

EIT’s Executive Dean, Professor Nat Waran, has been appointed Chair of a high-profile international independent Commission tasked with developing a framew...

Two men remain in hospital following Havelock North crash News

Two men remain in hospital following Havelock North crash

Two men remain in a stable condition at Hawke's Bay Hospital following a crash in Havelock North yesterday afternoon. One person died, and three people were in...

One dead, three injured in St Georges Road crash News

One dead, three injured in St Georges Road crash

One person has died in a three-car crash on St Georges Road, Havelock North. Emergency services were called to the scene on St Georges Road, Havelock North, ab...

Several injured in serious crash, near Havelock North News

Several injured in serious crash, near Havelock North

Update: One person has died and three people have been taken to Hawke's Bay Hospital following a crash in Havelock North. Emergency services were called to the...

National Energy Excellence Awards recognise pioneering Hastings substation News

National Energy Excellence Awards recognise pioneering Hastings substation

Unison Networks' Windsor Substation has been recognised at the New Zealand Energy Excellence Awards for pioneering sustainable practice.  The substation,...

Covid-19: 279 new Hawke's Bay Covid-19 cases News

Covid-19: 279 new Hawke's Bay Covid-19 cases

Hawke's Bay has 279 new community Covid-19 cases and 13 people in hospital. The region's cases are among 6498 new community cases around the country. In a sta...

Opinion: Planting for the future News

Opinion: Planting for the future

These past few weeks across Aotearoa and here in Hawke’s Bay, we have collectively celebrated Te Tau Hou - the Māori New year as we sighted the star clust...

Unbeaten Taratech win Women's Rugby Championship Sport

Unbeaten Taratech win Women's Rugby Championship

With an eight-win, no-loss record Taratech started as favourites heading into the Hawke's Bay Women's Rugby Championship final held at Whitmore Park yesterday m...

Weekend of crashes on Hawke's Bay roads leaves several injured News

Weekend of crashes on Hawke's Bay roads leaves several injured

One person has been seriously injured, and State Highway 50 is partially blocked, in the latest of several crashes on Hawke's Bay roads this weekend.  A p...

Hastings' comedy festival set to make you "Laugh Your Mask Off" News

Hastings' comedy festival set to make you "Laugh Your Mask Off"

A comedy festival more than two years in the making will finally come to fruition at the end of July in Hastings. Laugh Your Mask Off will take place over four...

Parks and reserves draft plans out for consultation News

Parks and reserves draft plans out for consultation

Three Draft Reserve Management Plans have been released for public consultation by Hastings District Council today, with the feedback to be considered before th...

Funding boost for Ahuriri waterfront development project News

Funding boost for Ahuriri waterfront development project

Napier City Council has been granted $700,000 from the Government's Tourism Infrastructure Fund to kick-start the Ahuriri waterfront and inner harbour precinct...

Hawke's Bay police arrest prolific burglar News

Hawke's Bay police arrest prolific burglar

Hawke's Bay Police have arrested a prolific burglar thanks to the help of members of the public reporting real-time information. Inspector Marty James said pol...

DoC warns ongoing anti-social behaviour could close Mangatutu Hot Springs News

DoC warns ongoing anti-social behaviour could close Mangatutu Hot Springs

Ongoing anti-social behaviour at Hawke’s Bay’s Mangatutu Hot Springs Campsite could see it close, the Department of Conservation says.  Hawke&...

EIT student wins scholarship at Hawke’s Bay Primary Sector Awards News

EIT student wins scholarship at Hawke’s Bay Primary Sector Awards

EIT student Anna Kelland, who is in her final year of the concurrent Bachelor of Viticulture and Wine Science degrees, has been awarded a prestigious scholarshi...

Awards recognise Hawke's Bay's primary sector champions News

Awards recognise Hawke's Bay's primary sector champions

The champions of the Hawke’s Bay primary sector were announced and celebrated for their outstanding success at a sell-out awards function for almost 500 p...