Napier, New Zealand Newswire

Napier, New Zealand Newswire

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  1. Council approves water scheme consent a condition precedentaRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Scoop

    Hawke's Bay Regional Investment Company Ltd today updated Hawke's Bay Regional Council on the progress of the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme and the Napier Port revaluation. HBRC approved HBRIC Ltd's recommendation to accept that workable resource consents have been granted, being the first of four 'conditions precedent' to be met for the scheme to proceed.

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  2. Jetstar making return trip to Hawke's BayRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Dominion Post

    Illustration: Jetstar/supplied. A mock-up image of a 50-seat Bombardier Q300 turbo-prop aircraft in Jetstar livery.

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  3. Rugby: Waratahs set to sign Zac GuildfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    Hawkes Bay's Zac Guildford trybound during the Ranfurly Shield match between Hawkes Bay and Wairarapa Bush on July 9, 2015 in Napier. Photo / Getty Images.

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  4. New Tutira Park BookRead the original story

    Monday | Scoop

    A new book on the history of developing Tutira Country Park has been published by Hawke's Bay Regional Council. 'A Short History of Tutira Country Park' was researched and written by Garth Eyles, the former manager of HBRC's land management section.

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  5. Police seize drugs worth $500,000; two men arrested and chargedRead the original story

    Sunday | Scoop

    A 30-year-old Tararua man was charged with supplying and possession for supplying methamphetamine. He appeared on Saturday in the Napier District Court and was remanded in custody, and is due to reappear in the Dannevirke District Court on 21 August.

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  6. Half-a-million dollars in drugs seized in North Island stingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Manawatu Standard

    Two Tararua men have been arrested after a police sting recovered half a kilo of methamphetamine, worth half a million dollars, in a suspected North Island supply ring. Armed police stopped a vehicle entering Napier about 3:30am on Saturday, and its two occupants were arrested in a joint operation run by Tararua police, with help from Hawke's Bay and Auckland staff.

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  7. Tararua Police bust meth ringRead the original story

    Sunday | Scoop

    An operation run by Tararua Police and supported by Hawke's Bay and Auckland staff has seen half a million dollars worth of methamphetamine seized over the weekend. At about 3:30am on Saturday 25 July, 2015 a vehicle entering Napier was intercepted by police and the Armed Offenders Squad.

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  8. Don't fall for pro-amalgamation hypeRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | Scoop

    A decision on Hawke's Bay council structure is not life changing although a no vote will save you a lot of money, Mike Butler of Hastings Against Amalgamation said today. The proposed amalgamation of the five Hawke's Bay councils with a headquarters in Napier has been sold using feel-good slogans, but the final proposal has nothing to do with the promises of those slogans, Mr Butler said.

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  9. League: Mayor hails NRL match successRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The New Zealand Herald

    The Mayor of the art deco capital was last night claiming a new honour for his city after Napier pulled off a sporting coup by staging an NRL rugby league match between glamour side Melbourne Storm and historic Sydney club St George Illawarra. Bill Dalton, son of an All Black and more used to watching rugby union games at McLean Park, home of the Ranfurly Shield, said: "We were the events capital of Hawke's Bay.

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  10. Kiwi stars lead Melbourne Storm to 22-4 thumping of St George Illawarra in NapierRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Stuff.co.nz

    The resurgent Melbourne Storm might come back to Napier. Why not after they boosted the coffers and their Kiwi stars helped them bank two valuable points with a dominant 22-4 win over the St George Illawarra Dragons? No doubt there were financial incentives for the Storm to make their second venture across the Tasman in the past three weeks.

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  11. Storm shine in Napier to down DragonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Yahoo!

    Hometown hero Tohu Harris had a hand in two tries as the Melbourne Storm's Napier experiment paid off in style, downing St George Illawarra 22-4 at McLean Park. A crowd of 14,532 witnessed the first NRL match in the Hawke's Bay city and were treated to a masterclass by the Storm at their efficient best to condemn the Dragons to their seventh straight loss.

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  12. Melbourne Storm slay St George-Illawarra Dragons in Napier, New ZealandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Age

    After the club opted to sell this home game to Napier, New Zealand, at the start of the season, there were concerns the foreign conditions and extra road trip could cost the Storm on the field, but their players instead put on another convincing display with a 22-4 win. The Storm never trailed and saw emerging teenage forward Nelson Asofa-Solomona score his first NRL try, while winger Matt Duffie returned after a long outage due to serious knee and shoulder injuries.

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  13. St George Illawarra's NRL losing streak goes on as Melbourne Storm take points in NapierRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Age

    St George Illawarra have slumped to the longest losing streak in the joint-venture's history after suffering their seventh straight loss at the hands of Melbourne in Napier, New Zealand on Saturday. The 22-4 defeat leaves the Dragons 8-10 for the season and facing an uphill battle to salvage their fading finals hopes, a scenario that was unthinkable after their run of nine straight weeks in the top four over the opening half of the season.

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  14. Hometown hero Harris takes Napier by StormRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Age

    He may be playing out of position when he runs onto Napier's McLean Park against the Dragons, but Melbourne Storm's Tohu Harris will be feeling right at home. The Hawke's Bay-raised Harris will move from the pack to fill in at centre for the Storm in their 'home' match against St George Illawarra on the field he graced as a youngster playing another code.

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  15. CD don't spring many surprises with contract listRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Manawatu Standard

    CD and the other five major associations have offered their first round of 14 contracts for the summer and there are only three changes on a list of almost entirely home-grown players. There have been three changes to the contract list with Doug Bracewell being elevated to a New Zealand contract, long-serving Manawatu man Jamie How having retired and Kieran Noema-Barnett is now playing for Gloucester in England.

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  16. Mid-Canterbury Ranfurly Shield challenge crushed by Hawke's Bay onslaughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Stuff.co.nz

    It almost seemed cruel as Mid Canterbury briefly sniffed a Ranfurly Shield boilover only to have Hawke's Bay rip it from their grasps in the blink of an eye, then wash it away in a tsunami of second half points. For the second match in succession Hawke's Bay were subjected to an uncomfortable Heartland style examination before pulling away to extend their Shield tenure to six successful defences at McLean Park in Napier.

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  17. Zac Guildford enjoying the quiet Bay life ahead of third Ranfurly Shield defenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Stuff.co.nz

    Zac Guildford in action during his first game for Hawke's Bay this year, their first successful Ranfurly Shield defence against Wairarapa-Bush on July 9. A few thousand people at McLean Park is a far cry from 17,000 at the Stade Marcel Michelin but Zac Guildford is happier than ever playing Ranfurly Shield rugby. The former All Black gave up his lucrative Clermont contract in May , deciding it was completely the wrong place for him to be at a time in his life when he yearned for the support of family and friends.

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  18. Storm confident about trip over the ditch, says coach BellamyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | The Age

    Kiwi international forward Tohu Harris is heading home with Melbourne Storm to play the Dragons in Napier on Saturday night. Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says can see the positive side of his club's transplanted home game in Napier, New Zealand on Saturday night.

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  19. Baya s Cafes Reveal exciting Brunch dishesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Scoop

    The best of the region's cafes and eateries are right behind a new culinary event, the Total Food Equipment Best Brunch in the Bay. Cafes from Waipkurau to Westshore and everywhere in between have submitted their entry to organiser Food Hawke's Bay.

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  20. Two Napier shops fined for selling cigarettes to minorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Dominion Post

    The Shakespeare Road Mini Market, on Bluff Hill, and Essentials, in Hastings St, were caught in an operation carried out by the Hawke's Bay District Health Board in the school holidays. Board director of population health Caroline McElnay said 35 shops were checked as part of the operation in Napier, Hastings and Havelock North.

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