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.
Fishbike owner Brian Fisher with one of the ex-rentals he has for sale for people to take part in next week's Hawke's Bay Commuter Challenge.
Free breakfasts are on offer in Napier and Hastings every morning next week for people who ride their bike to work.
People can show some love for rescue helicopter pilots Jeremy Bruce and Charlie Beetham this Valentine's Day. Photo: supplied.
The Hawke’s Bay Rescue Helicopter is encouraging people to ‘Show the Love’ for the helicopter's crew this Valentine’s Day.
A scene from Dark Light, one of the 14 films to be screened at the Big Bike Film Night in Napier. Image: supplied.
An 'unprecedented' collection of 14 films featuring the full array of cycling genres will be screened in Napier in April.
Hastings rider Melody Matheson should be among the 3,000 showjumping entries for next month's Horse of the Year Show in Hastings.
Entry numbers for next month's 2016 Farmlands Horse of the Year Show in Hastings are up on last year.