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One lane of Napier-Taupo Rd blocked due to overturned truck trailerOne lane of Napier-Taupo Rd blocked due to overturned truck trailer
Clinton Llewellyn

An overturned truck trailer blocked one lane of the Napier-Taupo Rd for a few hours on Sunday afternoon.

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Napier Old Boys alone at top of Maddison Trophy tableNapier Old Boys alone at top of Maddison Trophy table
Clinton Llewellyn

Undefeated Napier Old Boys' Marist are alone at the top of Hawke's Bay's premier men's Maddison Trophy club standings after a fifth consecutive bonus point win on Saturday.

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Even contest looms between Napier City Rovers and Miramar in Chatham CupEven contest looms between Napier City Rovers and Miramar in Chatham Cup
Clinton Llewellyn

Napier City Rovers host fellow Central Football League contenders Miramar Rangers in what shapes as an evenly-matched round three Chatham Cup knockout fixture at Bluewater Stadium in Napier this afternoon.

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Elderly Hastings man seriously injured by two females in aggravated robberyElderly Hastings man seriously injured by two females in aggravated robbery
Clinton Llewellyn

Police are looking for two females who seriously injured a 77-year-old Hastings man and then stole his car (pictured). Supplied. Police are investigating an aggravated robbery on Heretaunga Street East in Hastings early this morning.

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Napier business tastes success at national awards with espresso gelatoNapier business tastes success at national awards with espresso gelato
Clinton Llewellyn

Gelato 2 U owner Toru Yamamoto with his Espresso gelato, judged as the best in the country. Photo: Clinton Llewellyn AAHB. Hawke’s Bay is officially home to the country’s best gelato.

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Hastings mothers take on refugee ration challengeHastings mothers take on refugee ration challenge
Clinton Llewellyn

Kate Epplett and Rizwaana Latiff are looking forward to the end of their refugee ration challenge tomorrow. Supplied. After surviving for nearly a week on the same rations given to Syrian refugees, two Hastings women are looking forward to heading out together for dinner on Saturday night.

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Napier's viewing platform targeted by vandals againNapier's viewing platform targeted by vandals again
Clinton Llewellyn

Photos of Napier's viewing platform could look a little different if vandals keep smashing the glass at its seaward end. Photo: Clinton Llewellyn AAHB. Any further acts of vandalism could result in the glass balustrade at Napier’s viewing platform being permanently replaced.

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Unique 'Art of Distraction' exhibit opens on streets of Napier CBD  Unique 'Art of Distraction' exhibit opens on streets of Napier CBD
Clinton Llewellyn

Hastings St gallery owner and artist Richard Boyd-Dunlop and a colourful piece he has contributed to help divert attention away from the works going on in the Napier CBD (background)'. Photo: Clinton Llewellyn AAHB Art is being used to provide shoppers with a welcome distraction from the major earthworks going on in the Napier CBD.

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Teenage girl escapes from stairs attack in NapierTeenage girl escapes from stairs attack in Napier
Clinton Llewellyn

A teenage girl was grabbed by a man as she was exercising using Napier’s inner-city stairs on Wednesday night, say police.

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What's happening in Hawke's Bay from June 24 - 30What's happening in Hawke's Bay from June 24 - 30
Clinton Llewellyn

From fun urban adventure races to sold-out Winter F.A.W.C events, there's so much to see and do in Hawke's Bay from Friday, June 24 to Thursday, June 30. But of the best things to do would be to take part in tomorrow's 'Skate for Sadie' fundraiser beginning from the Bluewater Hotel in Napier. All you need is a pair of roller blades or skates! Click for details.
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Fine Friday in Hawke's Bay, some rain about on the weekendFine Friday in Hawke's Bay, some rain about on the weekend
Clinton Llewellyn

Fine weather will end the working week in Hawke's Bay, before some late rain on Saturday and just the odd shower possible on Sunday.

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Hawke's Bay blackspots included in $600m rural highway improvement programmeHawke's Bay blackspots included in $600m rural highway improvement programme
Clinton Llewellyn

The Government will spend $12million improving two "high risk" sections of rural highway in Hawke’s Bay, as part of a new $600million nationwide road safety programme aimed at bringing down the country’s road toll.

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Taradale Heritage Museum plan put to Napier city councilTaradale Heritage Museum plan put to Napier city council
Clinton Llewellyn

A proposal to turn Taradale's old Borough Council building into a museum, hopefully in time to celebrate the town’s 130th anniversary later this year, is gathering support.

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MetService warns of severe westerly gales in parts of Hawke's BayMetService warns of severe westerly gales in parts of Hawke's Bay
Clinton Llewellyn

MetService has upgraded a severe weather watch for possible severe gales in exposed southern areas of Hawke's Bay from late today, to a warning.

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Info meetings coming up in Hawke's Bay for potential election candidatesInfo meetings coming up in Hawke's Bay for potential election candidates
Clinton Llewellyn

People considering standing in October's local government elections are invited to attend a series of information meetings for potential candidates.

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Napier Citizen Civic Award nominations close soonNapier Citizen Civic Award nominations close soon
Clinton Llewellyn

2015 Napier Civic Award recipient, Zita Smith. Nominations for this year's awards close July 1.Supplied. Time is running out to nominate someone for a 2016 Napier Citizen Civic Award.

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Napier projects announced as finalists in 2016 LGNZ excellence awardsNapier projects announced as finalists in 2016 LGNZ excellence awards
Clinton Llewellyn

Napier's viewing and outfall platform on Marine Pde is a "fusion of functionality and aesthetic beauty", say the LGNZ award judges. Two Napier City Council projects have been named as finalists in the 2016 Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) EXCELLENCE Awards.

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Check out Hawke's Bay's best checkout operatorsCheck out Hawke's Bay's best checkout operators
Clinton Llewellyn

 
Check them out: Jess Stewart, 2nd place, New World Greenmeadows; Monique Merton, 1st place, New World Greenmeadows; Josh Winnie, 3rd place, New World Onekawa. More than 50 checkout operators from Hawke’s Bay's New World and PAK’nSAVE stores tested their skills against each in the regional event of the Foodstuffs North Island Checker of Year competition last night.  [ ... ]

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Police investigating tyre-slashings in HastingsPolice investigating tyre-slashings in Hastings
Clinton Llewellyn

Police are investigating after a series of tyre-slashing incidents earlier this month in Hastings.

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Greenpeace lodging new legal challenge against proposed Hawke's Bay damGreenpeace lodging new legal challenge against proposed Hawke's Bay dam
Clinton Llewellyn

Greenpeace NZ is the latest to initiate a legal challenge against the proposed Ruataniwha Dam. Supplied. A new legal challenge is due to be lodged today against the proposed Ruataniwha Dam in Hawke's Bay.

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Woman wanted for slipping electronic bracelet could be in Hawke's Bay, say policeWoman wanted for slipping electronic bracelet could be in Hawke's Bay, say police
Clinton Llewellyn

Police are looking to locate Gaylene Deserae King, who has removed her electronic monitoring bracelet and has a warrant for her arrest.

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Hawke's Bay district health board duo part of award-winning teamHawke's Bay district health board duo part of award-winning team
Clinton Llewellyn

Karen Murdoch (far left) and members of the Camp Purple Live medical team receive their volunteer award from Minister of Health Dr Jonathan Coleman (second from right) at Government House in Wellington earlier this month.Supplied. Karen Murdoch describes her voluntary work at Camp Purple Live, organised by Crohn’s & Colitis NZ Charitable Trust, as a “humbling experience" and "qu [ ... ]

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U.S interns begin three-week stint at Hawke's Bay regional council     U.S interns begin three-week stint at Hawke's Bay regional council
Clinton Llewellyn

U.S interns Beau Badon, Kara Ernst, Lauren Blias and Ashton Townley at Waitangi Estuary. Supplied. Four university students from the United States are working as interns at Hawke’s Bay Regional Council for three weeks.

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Hawke's Bay homeowners encouraged to get behind bird surveyHawke's Bay homeowners encouraged to get behind bird survey
Clinton Llewellyn

Hawke’s Bay residents are encouraged to take part in the annual Garden Bird Survey week, which is on again from June 25 to July 3.

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