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The heroic actions of a local resident helped save a 35 year old woman from drowning yesterday evening after she was caught in a rip at Magakuri Beach.
Pan Pac Forest Products have confirmed the closure of a part of its Whirinaki mill after concerns were raised over safety issues related to its thermally modi [ ... ]Medical and HospitalFull story
Three retailers have been fined for selling cigarettes to minors following a controlled purchase operation.
Fines of $500 have been handed out to each of the H [ ... ]
With more than 700,000 students either starting or returning to school in the region, Hawkes Bay police are urging drivers to take care. Police say they will [ ... ]Law and OrderFull story
This is your last chance to purchase discounted hospitality package tickets for the 2015 Horse Of The Year show!
Here is a reminder that this is the final week [ ... ]
Sport Hawkes Bay have unveiled their new brand which combines a diverse range of elements that cohesively represent the organisation, the people involved and [ ... ]SportFull story
As a result of an extra-ordinary vacancy, under sections 52, 53 & 120 of the Local Electoral Act 2001, notice is given that on Tuesday 17 February 2015, a [ ... ]CouncilsFull story
Next summer Hawkes Bay will be visited by two new Royal Carribbean megaliners, one of which will be the largest to have visited our country's shores. Royal C [ ... ]GeneralFull story
Hastings District Council have today approved an extension to the road closure of Heretaunga Street East allowing the Hastings City Growers Market to extend i [ ... ]FarmingFull story
After issuing an abatement notice a week ago to remove three houses on a Totara Street section, the Hastings District Council have done an about-turn and [ ... ]CouncilsFull story
Free Safe Tattooing and Skin Piercing Workshop Hawke's Bay District Health Board is holding a workshop focusing on safe tattoo and skin piercing practice, and [ ... ]Medical and HospitalFull story
Former Havelock North High School student and world-record freediver William Trubridge has managed to beat his personal breath-holding record after lasting ni [ ... ]GeneralFull story
District Governor Mike Smith is pleased to announce significant milestones in Rotary International’s Partnership with the World Health Organisation (WHO), U [ ... ]GeneralFull story
Hawke's Bay Regional Council has agreed on the principles upon which to base its response to the Board of Inquiry, which continues to consider Tukituki Plan C [ ... ]CouncilsFull story
During a Hawkes Bay Regional Council meeting yesterday an independent consultant told those present that he had concerns over the viability of restoring the N [ ... ]CouncilsFull story
The motocross racing career of South Islander Bailey Banks has just launched on an exciting new trajectory. The 14-year-old Yamaha rider from Reefton [ ... ]SportFull story
While the Māori Party welcomes some of the social housing proposals announced yesterday, it believes much more needs to be done to provide healthy and afford [ ... ]PoliticsFull story