Hawke's Bay Breaking News

  1. Bay councils staff costs increase by $3.5m - Hawkes Bay Today...
    New Zealand Herald
    Bay councils' staff costs rose almost $3.5 million last year. - Hawke's Bay Today.

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  2. Funding boost for Tukituki swing bridge - Hawkes Bay Today...
    New Zealand Herald
    The Tukituki Swing Bridge is a step closer to becoming a reality with the CHB District Council approving a further $50000 funding for the structure that will link ...

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  3. Unsung heroes scoop national awards
    New Zealand Herald
    HIGH ACHIEVER: Nicola Wood (left), Guy Harrison and Dan Buckingham, Attitude Trust chairman, at the Attitude Awards ceremony. PHOTO/SUPPLIED. The annual Attitude Awards have seen two worthy Hawke's Bay recipients walk away with a trophy in ...

  4. Worldly skills grown in Hawke's Bay
    New Zealand Herald
    In her role as New Zealand's trade commissioner to North and East India, Jane Cunliffe needs to be resilient, strong, and have integrity - skills she learnt during her school years in Hawke's Bay. In the years since she graduated from Havelock North's ...

  5. Black tie fundraiser promises sparkle
    New Zealand Herald
    Hawke's Bay's annual black tie fundraiser event is back again, this time for another worthy cause. The inaugural Sparkle 2017 is set to take place early next year, in aid of Family Works. Limited tickets for the event and charity auction went on sale ...

  6. Maori/Pacifika health boosted
    New Zealand Herald
    Since it became an incorporated society in 1985 and gained charitable status a decade later, Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga (TToH) has come a long and successful way, and picking up the Hawke's Bay District Health Board's Commitment to Reducing ...

  7. Cricket: Win toss, bat first - it's a Schaw thing
    New Zealand Herald
    Whanganui coach Warren Marr has brought a hard-nosed approach to the senior men's team this summer. PHOTO/NZME. Despite some rain overnight, Hawke's Bay senior men's representative cricket coach Colin Schaw isn't going to do anything differently ...

  8. Edible attire feast for senses
    New Zealand Herald
    The Edible Fashion Awards are set to continue as a firm fixture on the Hawke's Bay event calendar, with the announcement of the date and theme for 2017. Myth and Legend has been revealed as next year's theme, which should offer entrants plenty of ...

  9. Speedster Emerson's eyeing Tokyo
    New Zealand Herald
    SEVENS STINT: Magpie Mason Emerson reflects on his All Black Sevens training stint. PHOTO/WARREN BUCKLAND. HAWKE'S Bay Magpies speedster Mason Emerson has had a taste of the All Black Sevens environment . . . now he wants more. But that ...

  10. Football: Fog slowly lifts on lengthy ban
    New Zealand Herald
    Chettleburgh is set to make his first appearance in the Stirling Sports Premiership tomorrow for the Brett Angell-coached Thirsty Whale Hawke's Bay United against Wellington Phoenix Under-20s at Bluewater Stadium, Napier, in the 1pm kick off. Surely ...


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