Fabian Kurimata opened the scoring for Hawke's Bay United against WaiBOP in Sunday's 2-0 win which secured them a semi-final spot.
Two late second half goals confirmed the make-up of the ASB Premiership top four on Sunday as Hawke’s Bay United recorded a 2-0 victory over WaiBOP United at Bluewater Stadium in Napier.
Wellington Phoenix player Andrew Blake, left, in action against Hawke's Bay United's Tom Biss. Blake has now signed with the Bay for the remainder of the season. Photo: supplied (Shelley Bowie/SB Sports Photography)
Hawkes Bay United have obtained the services of Andrew Blake from the Wellington Phoenix for the remainder of the 2015/16 ASB Premiership season.
Pink balloons were tied to parking meters in the Hastings CBD to herald the start of the free parking trial in November.
The future of the trial of free parking in the Hastings CBD – and whether it should be continued, scrapped or even made permanent – is due to be decided at an extraordinary meeting of Hastings District Council next week.
President Bruno Chambers (left) and Pure Hawke's Bay members Wendy Dowling and Scott Lawson and the billboards they are erecting to support Hastings District Council in its looming court battle against Federated Farmers. Photo: supplied.
Hastings mayor Lawrence Yule is confident his council will be able to successfully defend looming court action taken against its decision to ban gene [ ... ]
Crowd members were on their feet at last Sunday's Summer in the Park concert in Hastings featuring The Kawekas and Cabin Fevre. Photo: supplied.
Hawke’s Bay is in for a feast of music and dance this weekend, as the free summer concert series continues.
The Hawke’s Bay Regional Council is likely to have upset iwi, environment groups and recreational water organisations by requesting that an application lodged to protect the Ngaruroro and Clive Rivers under a Water Conservation Order (WCO) not be accepted.
Photos showing exposed, rusting internal steel rods at the seaward end of Napier's stormwater outfall on Marine Pde. Photos: Larry Dallimore/Facebook.
Napier’s new stormwater outfall on Marine Pde, already showing signs of wear-and-tear from shingle churned up by the sea, could be in store for another pounding next week.
Active first home buyers, low interest rates and the continuing ‘halo’ effect of Auckland buyers looking for value outside the super-city have been credited for boosting house sales in Hawke’s Bay last month.
Ready to play, from left, Napier City Council heritage planner Fleur Lincoln, artist Jo Blogg, and designer Jacob Scott. Photo: supplied.
Napier’s iconic Soundshell has a new attraction - a ping pong table.
Some of the hundreds of Flaxmere school children who biked into central Hastings this morning in exchange for a free bacon butty. Photo: supplied.
Hundreds of school children biked into the centre of Hastings from as far away as Havelock North and Flaxmere for this morning's Go by Bike Breakfast.