Havelock North, New Zealand Newswire

Havelock North, New Zealand Newswire

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  1. Businesses snapping up lots in yet-to-be-developed food and beverage production hub siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    A large site next door to Heinz Wattie's factory in Hawke's Bay is earmarked to become a new food and beverage production hub. The 16.5 hectare greenfield site, known as Tomoana Food Hub, in Hastings, is being developed by a long-established Hawke's Bay business, owned by the Taylor family, which also operates Tomoana Warehousing and Transport.

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  2. Yes water should be run regionallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 17 | Kiwiblog

    New Zealand councils could lose responsibility for providing drinking water under a major reform of national water management, the Government has announced. Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta said she is exploring whether dedicated water providers should take over, as recommended from an inquiry launched after the deadly Havelock North gastroenteritis outbreak in August 2016.

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  3. Rugby: Loosie Chris Johnston oblivious to Player of the Year award winRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 17 | The New Zealand Herald

    Hawke's Bay club rugby MVP award winner Chris Johnston, on the job as a livestock agent for PGG Wrightson. Photo / Duncan Brown It's obvious Napier Old Boys Marist premier rugby team captain and loosie Chris Johnston pays more attention to his side's needs than the MVP leaderboard.

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  4. Hastings' economy rockingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Scoop

    The latest MarketView report, released on Friday, showed the total retail spend in Hastings central city for the three months to June 30 reached $70,098m. That was up $4m on the previous three months and up just over $4m on the same period last year.

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  5. Government signals changes to national water management likelyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Stuff.co.nz

    Responsibility for water provision could be taken off councils in a major reform of national water management, the Government has announced. Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta said she was exploring whether dedicated water providers should take over, as recommended by the Havelock North inquiry after a widespread outbreak of gastroenteritis in August 2016 made more than 5000 people fall ill.

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  6. Nearly all Kiwi receive drinking water that meets chemical standardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 15 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Last year about 98 per cent of New Zealanders received water that met the necessary chemical standards, a recent report from the Ministry of Health says. The most common chemicals in our tap water include antimony, chlorine, fluoride, manganese and nitrates, which are mostly found in the ground naturally, or used to kill disease-causing bacteria.

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  7. Beachlands police base could be model for the parts of the country, minister saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 15 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Stuart Nash made the comments at the opening of the new Beachlands community police base in rural east Auckland on July 12. As part of the continuous rollout of 1800 new police, the minister said more small bases connected to larger police hubs could be a reality. It will have three front line officers, with more on the way.

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  8. Editorial: Hawke's Bay kaka sighting a winter-warmerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 15 | The New Zealand Herald

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  9. Havelock North community farewells firefighting legend Alvan WakefordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 15 | The New Zealand Herald

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  10. Police work to fight thefts in Havelock NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 13 | The New Zealand Herald

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  11. Twelve children's bedrooms that don't compromise on styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Stuff.co.nz

    2. This bedroom for grandkids in Grey Lynn, Auckland, is filled with old family toys and vintage games collected by the owner over the years. The wallpaper is from Resene's Ugepa range and the bunks are custom-made each with their own set of shelves.

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  12. Food hub offers a 'fresh opportunity'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | The New Zealand Herald

    A large site beside Heinz Wattie's production plant in Hastings is set to become the new home to food production and development in the Hawkes Bay. The 16.5ha Tomoana Food Hub, in Hanui Rd, Hastings, is offering design, build and leasing options to food-related businesses of any size.

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  13. New parts of Christchurch water supply may be chlorine-free next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | The Press On-Line

    Water supply improvements programme manager Helen Beaumont says not chlorinating water at some city water pump stations will not necessarily mean all water used in the area will be chlorine free, all the time. The Christchurch City Council announced on Tuesday that seven pump stations out of the city's 56 could be dechlorinated as soon as early August.

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  14. Fresh Opportunity for Food & Beverage BusinessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | Scoop

    A large site next door to Heinz Wattie's' big production plant in Hastings is aiming to become Hawke's Bay's new home for food industry production and development. The 16.5 ha Tomoana Food Hub is offering design, build and lease options to food-related businesses of any size.

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  15. Lower Waitaki E coli outbreak cause a mysteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 9 | Timaru Herald

    The source of an E coli outbreak in drinking water bores south of the Waitaki River continues to elude investigators. There are about 120 water bore owners in the catchment - which stretches south from the river almost as far as Oamaru - who will have to keep boiling their water, as the Otago Regional Council looks to determine the source of the outbreak.

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  16. Lower Waitaki plains aquifer - E-Coli test inconclusiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 9 | Scoop

    Routine water sampling in the Lower Waitaki Plains region led ORC scientists to determine raised levels of E-coli in the aquifer bores exceeding the guideline for drinking water. Bacterial counts indicated that the groundwater was unfit for human consumption at the time of sampling, without treatment .

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  17. Mayor Bill Dalton says government's Three Waters review falls shortRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 7 | Dominion Post

    Up to 100,000 Kiwis are getting sick from drinking water every year. The government launched the Three Waters review following the 2016 campylobacter outbreak in Havelock North, which left 5000 people sick and was linked to four deaths.

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  18. Big developers look towards Hawke's BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 6 | The New Zealand Herald

    The 6.1ha development site on Te Aute Rd sold to Ryman Healthcare is indicated by a blue border. Photo / Supplied Hawke's Bay development land is in hot demand among national developers, with a string of substantial sites being snapped up in recent months.

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  19. Water works more than half-wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 6 | Scoop

    With more than half of the new Hastings to Havelock North water main already in the ground, work crews have started on the Havelock North section. Work started in Napier Rd this week.

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  20. Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta to research country-wide water systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Waikato Times

    Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta said central government will work closely with local government over any change to water infrastructure. Councils throughout the country could see their hands forced by central government on their management of stormwater, wastewater and drinking water.

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