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Napier confirmed as venue for one of Breakers' NBL preseason clashes against Bullets in SeptemberNapier confirmed as venue for one of Breakers' NBL preseason clashes against Bullets in September
Clinton Llewellyn


Napier has been confirmed as one the stops on the New Zealand Skycity Breakers'  three-city pre-season tour of New Zealand in September, which will see them take on star-studded Australian national basketball league side, the Brisbane Bullets.

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Native trees top of the order at Hawke's Bay cricket club's annual planting dayNative trees top of the order at Hawke's Bay cricket club's annual planting day
Clinton Llewellyn

Frances and Arthur O’Sullivan, of Napier, help plant a flax at the Clifton County Cricket Club with a little help from their dad Brendan. Supplied: Lauren Buccholz. More than 1,300 new native plants now adorn the hillsides behind Te Awanga on the Hawke's Bay coast, thanks to the help of over 80 volunteers. On Sunday, July, 24, the Clifton County Cricket Club held its fourth annual commun [ ... ]

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Bostocks investing in new apple varieties in Hawke's BayBostocks investing in new apple varieties in Hawke's Bay
Clinton Llewellyn

Bostock New Zealand Orchard Managers Shane Crawford and Craig Treneman planting new apple varieties in Hawke’s Bay. Supplied. New Zealand’s largest organic apple grower, Bostock New Zealand, has been making the most of the sunny Hawke’s Bay winter weather, at times planting about 4000 new apple trees each day.

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Missing Flaxmere man returned home by Hawke's Bay policeMissing Flaxmere man returned home by Hawke's Bay police
Clinton Llewellyn

Found: Jason Wright, 48, of Flaxmere A Flaxmere man missing for three days was found in Napier on Monday afternoon. Hawke’s Bay police had been looking for Jason Wright, 48, who was last seen leaving his Flaxmere home at around 10pm on Friday July 22. Wright is known to go out walking at night and often moves between Flaxmere, Hastings, Taradale and Napier and was eventually locate [ ... ]

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Senior Hawke's Bay gang leader wanted by policeSenior Hawke's Bay gang leader wanted by police
Clinton Llewellyn

Police say Paul Ashley Chadwick now has greying hair. Supplied. Police are searching for a senior Hawke's Bay gang leader. Paul Ashley Chadwick, 52, has been described by police as a "senior Mongrel Mob leader in Hawke’s Bay". They say a warrant is out for his arrest in relation to a charge of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. Chadwick is described as having [ ... ]

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Hawkes Bay Regional Prison kennels proving a hit with other servicesHawkes Bay Regional Prison kennels proving a hit with other services
Max Patmoy

  Picture: Files  Working dogs across the country are enjoying new kennels thanks to the efforts of prisoners from Hawkes Bay Regional Prison. When NZ Police needed replacements for their outdated dog kennels, they approached the Corrections drug dog detector team to see what they used for their dogs.   The Corrections kennels were built by prisoners learning building and carp [ ... ]

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Advisory: Westerly gales over Hawke's Bay slowly easingAdvisory: Westerly gales over Hawke's Bay slowly easing
Max Patmoy

A strong westerly flow covers the North Island, and a Watch for the possibility of SEVERE westerly gales will be maintained for Hawkes Bay (south of Napier) and the Tararua District for the time-being. Winds should slowly ease this afternoon. Note, the Watch for all other regions is lifted.

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Napier records warmest July 23 on record, Wairoa records warmest July night everNapier records warmest July 23 on record, Wairoa records warmest July night ever
Clinton Llewellyn

A number of temperature records toppled across New Zealand over the weekend, including many places in Hawke's Bay, as tropical winds from New Caledonia and Vanuatu streamed over the country. New daily temperature records were set on Saturday, Saturday night, and Sunday with some places as warm or warmer during the night than November, according to NIWA. Napier's maximum of 21.8C was it hottest [ ... ]

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Hastings police appeal for help to find missing Flaxmere manHastings police appeal for help to find missing Flaxmere man
Clinton Llewellyn

Hawke’s Bay police are looking to find Flaxmere man Jason Wright, who has been missing since Friday night. The 48-year-old left his Flaxmere home at around 10pm on Friday July 22 and hasn’t been seen since police said in a statement issued around 6pm on Sunday night. He is described as European, 170cm tall and of medium build. He is bald on the crown of his head and has short [ ... ]

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Hawke's Bay's Maddison Trophy club rugby semi-finals finalisedHawke's Bay's Maddison Trophy club rugby semi-finals finalised
Clinton Llewellyn

The make-up of the semi-finals of Hawke's Bay's premier men's Maddison Trophy club rugby competition have been decided. Undefated Napier Old Boys' Marist will host Havelock North in the main semi-final this Saturday, while defending champs Napier Pirate travel to take on Taradale in the minor semi after the final round of regualr seaosn fixtures on the weekend. NOBM finished the regular s [ ... ]

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Police promise a 'visible presence' when Hawke's Bay schools resume on MondayPolice promise a 'visible presence' when Hawke's Bay schools resume on Monday
Clinton Llewellyn

With children across the country returning to school tomorrow, drivers in Hawke’s Bay are being reminded to slow down and pay attention around schools. Hawke’s Bay police will have a visible presence around schools, monitoring the speed and parking actions of drivers. "Children can be unpredictable and drivers need to take this into account when travelling in school  [ ... ]

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No. 8 winning work on display at MTG Hawke's BayNo. 8 winning work on display at MTG Hawke's Bay
Clinton Llewellyn

Ben Pearce's Stone Age Eight Gauge The winning work of this year’s Fieldays No. 8 Wire National Art Award is now on show in the foyer of MTG Hawke’s Bay. Leading Hawke’s Bay artist Ben Pearce won the award with his artwork titled ‘Stone Age Eight Gauge’. The Fieldays No.8 Wire Award celebrates the ingenuity of New Zealanders, particularly the abili [ ... ]

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What's happening in Hawke's Bay from July 22- 28What's happening in Hawke's Bay from July 22- 28
Clinton Llewellyn

Find out what's happening in Hawke's Bay from Friday, July 22 to Thursday, July 28. The Colliers Rural Grape Debate Napier Boys' High School, Napier Today 6:30pm / Food, Gourmet, Wine Come along and enjoy some great food, great wine and great entertainment at The Colliers Rural Grape Debate Watch the Hawkes Bay… Read More  [ ... ]

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Kevin Atkinson seeking new term as chairman of Hawke's Bay district health boardKevin Atkinson seeking new term as chairman of Hawke's Bay district health board
Clinton Llewellyn

Hawke’s Bay District Health Board chairman Kevin Atkinson announced today he will be standing for re-election in October for a fourth term, and says he has the support of Napier Mayor Bill Dalton and Hastings Mayor Lawrence Yule.

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Demolition contractors move in on Sk8Zone in NapierDemolition contractors move in on Sk8Zone in Napier
Clinton Llewellyn

A petition calling for Sk8Zone to be saved will be symbolically handed over to Napier City Councillor Keith Price this afternoon by the Napier Skating Club.

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 David Trubridge named Hawke's Bay exporter of the year David Trubridge named Hawke's Bay exporter of the year
Clinton Llewellyn

Lighting designer David Trubridge and his team export all over the world from Whakatu. Supplied.  Whakatu-based lighting, furniture, and jewellery designer David Trubridge has won ExportNZ’s Hawke's Bay ASB Exporter of the Year Award.

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Welsh win for Hawke's Bay's world champion shearerWelsh win for Hawke's Bay's world champion shearer
Clinton Llewellyn

Hawke's Bay's World champion shearer Rowland Smith has become the fifth New Zealander in 10 years to win the Royal Welsh Open title.

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Seals more frequent visitors to Hawke's Bay in winter, but give them space, urges DOCSeals more frequent visitors to Hawke's Bay in winter, but give them space, urges DOC
Clinton Llewellyn

Fur seals are increasingly frequent visitors to the region during winter, but can appear skinny, emaciated and look like they are crying, sneezing, coughing, or fighting. But it's all just normal behaviour and they should be given space, says DoC. Supplied. The chances of coming across a fur seal while on a winter stroll along the Hawke's Bay coast increases markedly during winter.

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Hastings mother and teenage son arrested for supplying cannabis Hastings mother and teenage son arrested for supplying cannabis
Clinton Llewellyn

A Hastings mother and her teenage son, both alleged pot dealers, have been arrested and charged for supplying cannabis after a police raid on Thursday.

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Retail spending still on the up in HastingsRetail spending still on the up in Hastings
Clinton Llewellyn

Retail spending growth in Hastings continues to outstrip the national rate, up more than eight per cent in the three months to the end of June, compared with a national average of four per cent over the same period.

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Six people hospitalised in Hawke's Bay with serious stomach bug in one daySix people hospitalised in Hawke's Bay with serious stomach bug in one day
Clinton Llewellyn

More people presenting to Hawke’s Bay Hospital in the past 24 hours with a stomach bug has seen the hospital close its Acute Assessment Unit (AAU) to act as an isolation unit for people with the bug.

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New $10million container facility being developed in Hawke's BayNew $10million container facility being developed in Hawke's Bay
Clinton Llewellyn

Container Co says its new $10m depot is to meet growing container volumes handled at Napier Port. Residents of Ahuriri in Napier will be pleased to learn that Container Co's facility on Battery Rd is due to be replaced when the company moves operations to a new $10million container depot.

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Hastings libraries hit the spot with the masses over winterHastings libraries hit the spot with the masses over winter
Clinton Llewellyn

With the school holidays and the lure of free internet and wifi access, "masses" of people have been flocking to Hastings District libraries of late.

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Hawke's Bay freediver William Trubridge sets new 102m world recordHawke's Bay freediver William Trubridge sets new 102m world record
Clinton Llewellyn

Trubridge celebrates this morning after his new world record. Photo: deeperblue.com Hawke's Bay-raised William Trubridge this morning succeeded in his quest to become the first and only human being to ever freedive to a depth of 102 meters.

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