Napier, New Zealand Newswire

Napier, New Zealand Newswire

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  1. Maori art moves into the realms of magicRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Manawatu Standard

    To tell Israel Tangaroa Birch's story a step back needs to be taken, a breath inhaled and memories evoked. It is a generational step to his father, Ruanui Sonny Birch, a bishop of the Mormon Church, a respected man at the marae and a man affected by the closing of the Whakatu Freezing Works.

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  2. New Lincoln High volleyball coach seeks consistencyRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Newberg Graphic

    ... , is working to instill solid techniques and a professional approach to the game. Stone, 25, from Napier, New Zealand, grew up playing volleyball. He represented various age group levels as ...

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  3. Civil Defence worried Hawke's Bay not prepared for post-earthquake tsunamiRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Dominion Post

    All of urban Napier is included in newly released red, orange and yellow tsunami risk zones, except the city's central hill suburbs, shown here in dark shades. Civil Defence bosses in Hawke's Bay are concerned many coastal residents seem unaware they need to flee to higher ground if a major earthquake hits the region.

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  4. Seafood New Zealand applauds MPI operationRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scoop

    Seafood New Zealand applauds the Ministry for Primary Industries for its work in what must have been a difficult and complex investigation into black market fishing and trading in Hawke's Bay, says Chief Executive Tim Pankhurst. a Executing search warrants on 22 dwellings a a Inspecting commercial fishing premises in Hastings and Napier a a Interviewing 31 people a a Seizing one commercial fishing vessel, three recreational fishing vessels, one tractor, 11 vehicles that were connected with black market catch and sales a a Uncovering illegal trading of 1.8 tonnes of paua and 600 crayfish a "The scale and nature of the alleged offending is significant.

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  5. Black market fishing targeted in Hawke's Bay sting operationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dominion Post

    Compliance officers from the Ministry of Primary Industries carried out raids against black market fishing as part of 'Operation River' on Wednesday. A large raid on black market fishing was launched in Hawke's Bay this morning following an 18-month undercover investigation into the alleged illegal sale of paua and crayfish.

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  6. $12 parking fine turns into $265 headacheRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    Patricia Emia, Napier, unknowingly had court costs of $265 deducted from her wages, after receiving a $12 parking fine. Photo / Duncan Brown A $12 parking fine ended up leaving a Napier woman $265 out of pocket, after court costs were deducted from her wages without her knowledge.

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  7. Nurses to face conduct committee after refusing to say where cash came fromRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Dominion Post

    Two nurses who refused to explain to police how they came to have large amounts of cash must go before a professional conduct body. Barbara Daleszak and daughter Natalie Daleszak, both registered nurses employed by the Hawke's Bay District Health Board, were questioned in April 2013 after police were alerted to large cash transactions in their bank accounts.

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  8. The best of the regions - following JetstarRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Jetstar announced yesterday that they will be flying to Napier, New Plymouth, Nelson and Palmerston North. Here at Herald Travel , we love the regions, so here are three great experiences in each of those destinations.

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  9. Bay on high over JetstarRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | The New Zealand Herald

    "Fantastic", "great", "rapt", "game changer" were just a few of the reactions to Jetstar becoming Hawke's Bay's No1 low-fare airline. The Australian company yesterday announced it would be flying the Napier-Auckland and Nelson-Auckland route from December.

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  10. Car signed by 200 All Blacks to be sold at auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Dominion Post

    The owner of a unique piece of rugby memorabilia - a car signed by more than 200 All Blacks - talks about why she is putting it up for auction. Auctioning off a 23-year-old Toyota Corona with almost 400,000km on the clock wouldn't normally generate much excitement.

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  11. Air NZ joins $9 price war, Jetstar announces new NZ routesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Waikato Times

    Air New Zealand has joined Jetstar in a price war for the regions, offering its own $9 fares to several destinations on Monday. Jetstar is extending a four-hour sale after its website crashed under heavy demand for $9 special fares on new routes to Nelson, Napier, Palmerston North and New Plymouth.

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  12. Regional airline competition welcomedRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 30 | Scoop

    Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Transport Minister Simon Bridges have this morning welcomed increased competition in the regional aviation market. Jetstar has announced it will be introducing services into regional New Zealand, with destinations now including Napier, Nelson, New Plymouth and Palmerston North.

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  13. Poor first half costs Manawatu Development XV against Hawke's Bay SaracensRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Manawatu Standard

    For the Manawatu Development XV in their rugby clash at Napier on Saturday, too much of it was similar to the Turbos' outing at Blenheim last week. Manawatu Development lost 36-26 to Hawke's Bay Saracens after getting off to a poor start and then coming back and scoring a try against the run of play, the same as at Blenheim.

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  14. Hawke's Bay welcomes JetstarRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 30 | Scoop

    David Hall, CEO of Jetstar New Zealand and Australia announced this morning that Hawke's Bay will be one of Jetstar's four new regional destinations. Jetstar will commence flying from Napier-Auckland from the beginning of December, offering 27 flights per week.

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  15. Jetstar routes revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Southland Times

    Nelson, Napier, Palmerston North and New Plymouth are Jetstar's four new regional routes, the airline said on Monday morning. All routes will fly between the regions and Auckland, with the Nelson flights also going to Wellington.

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  16. ITM Cup: North Harbour steal win over SouthlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | The New Zealand Herald

    North Harbour are on the board, though it would be optimistic to say they are back on track in the Championship. They engineered an extraordinary turnaround, capped when first five Daniel Halangahu slotted his sixth goal of the evening in the final seconds to steal a one-point victory in Invercargill.

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  17. 33 years as a prison nurse, still caring for othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | Waikato Times

    The person behind her nomination to the 2015 Queen's Birthday honours list has yet to be found but Beth Richardson knows who to thank for the award. Sitting on the deck of her 30 acre Korakonui farm, Maungatautari in the distance, the Waikeria Prison nurse thinks back to her mum and dad, Joan and Fred Jessep.

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  18. Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy blasts NRL over 'joke' scheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... end to their season. Storm management compounded their own tough schedule by selling a home game to Napier, New Zealand, this season but Bellamy maintains the last two rounds are especially unfair. "We keep going on about player welfare, then we get ...

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  19. Turbos players get chance to shine for Development XV in Hawke's BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Manawatu Standard

    Aaron Good's Manawatu Development XV has more of a Turbos look about it for their rugby clash with Hawke's Bay Saracens at Napier on Saturday. No 8 Mark Atkins and halfback Jamie Booth will start after being dropped by the Turbos following the match against Waikato.

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  20. Business Hawke's Bay open to new board membersRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Scoop

    Business Hawke's Bay, the region's business-led economic development agency is open for more business leaders prepared to 'roll their sleeves up' to join its board, and is calling for interest ahead of its AGM being held on Wednesday 14 October. "We are an incorporated society and although our governance group is referred to as a 'board', we are not a board of directors as in a company sense.

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