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6 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A Hastings dairy owner fears his attackers will return after they stabbed him in the head and hand and left him lying in a "pool of blood" next to his business.
14 hrs ago | Scoop
Hawke's Bay Regional Council has voted to approve an advance of $3.1 million to the Hawke's Bay Regional Investment Company Ltd to cover the period until financial close on the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme.
18 hrs ago | Scoop
Hawke's Bay's leading appearance and cosmetic medicine practice, Peak Appearance has partnered with Interplast Australia and New Zealand to sponsor a nurse educator training programme in the Solomon Islands.
22 hrs ago | Scoop
Hawke's Bay Regional Council will be undertaking its annual marine oil spill exercise in and beside Napier Port on Monday 1 September 2014.
Hawke's Bay rivers are in excellent condition for whitebaiting, with plenty of keen anglers out trying to net a meal of the slippery delicacy.
A Hawke's Bay grape grower was awarded the Champion Wine of the Show at this year's Romeo Bragato Wine Awards.
Last night, checkout operators from Hawke's Bay New World and PAK'nSAVE stores had their moment to shine in the spotlight at the Hollywood-themed Foodstuffs Checker of the Year regional competition at the Muncipal Theatre in Napier.
Enjoy the fine weather while it lasts because the forecast for the first week of September is rubbish just about everywhere.
This Friday, 29 August the top carpentry apprentices in Hawke's Bay and East Coast will be celebrated at an awards ceremony at the Masonic Hotel in Napier.
Hastings water theme park Splash Planet has joined with Hawke's Bay Rugby in encouraging kids to take in some great footie action.
Muddy Water Growers' Series Skin Fermented Waipara Pinot Gris 2013; Lawson's Dry Hills Orange Wine Marlborough 2013; Spook Light Hawke's Bay 2013.
Stories making headlines around the regions today include gnomes without a home and a phone call that almost robbed a pensioner of all her money.
Meetings were held in Palmerston North, Woodville and Hastings to inform staff that 98 employees, most of them from Tararua, would lose their jobs.
Talk about bad timing. In a battle for the media -- and prime ministerial -- attention, the thumbs-up for water fluoridation from John Key's chief science adviser was always going to lose out to an expose on the past antics of Mr Key's dirty tricks team.
FIREARMS FEAR: Barbara Lucas called police after seeing two men with shotguns shooting pukeko in a paddock near her home.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 08:10 pm
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