Hawke's Bay Breaking News

  1. Motorcyclist killed after hitting fence
    New Zealand Herald
    Emergency services attended the scene of a fatal motorcycle crash in Te Haroto yesterday afternoon. Photo / Duncan Brown. A man died yesterday following a crash on State Highway 5 near the Te Haroto summit about 4.15pm. Police said it appeared the ...

  2. Squash: Bay teen in firsts mode again
    New Zealand Herald
    Taiapa, 15, who last year became the first Hawke's Bay-based player to be named the country's most improved junior female, became the first Bay player to win an Oceania age group title earlier this month when she beat Auckland B1 grader Amara Afghan ...

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  3. Bruce Bisset: Landowners, developers need carrots, sticks
    New Zealand Herald
    Which makes planning urban expansion while protecting arable land in Hawke's Bay even more fraught. But regardless of that added dimension of uncertainty that must be giving planners nightmares, once land is developed, with all the roads footpaths ...

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  4. Limestone vine sites helped fight off rain
    New Zealand Herald
    While some Hawke's Bay vineyards had been left with fruit abandoned on the vines in the wake of heavy falls of rain Lime Rock Wines at Waipawa had pretty well escaped, to the delight of owners Rosie Butler and Rodger Tynan. "We have had a very good ...

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  5. Auckland grandma set for her second Hawke's Bay Marathon
    New Zealand Herald
    Auckland grandmother Charlotte Nasey has been pounding the pavement in preparation for next month's Air New Zealand Hawke's Bay Marathon. The 66-year-old is fast approaching 200 marathons as she aims to complete one on every continent, but cites ...

  6. Hawke's Bay farmers in hard times
    New Zealand Herald
    The Galloway children of Takapau among the fodder beet crop on their family dairy farm. Photo / Supplied. Global recession and three years of low dairy payouts left Hawke's Bay farmers eager to build more resilience into their operations. Takapau's ...

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  7. Maraetotara River project launches new funding bid
    New Zealand Herald
    ... willow tree infestation and a lack of care and protection of river banks. Chairman Pat Turley said there had been excellent progress in the trust's 15 years with the help of land owners, dedicated trustees, volunteers and the Hawke's Bay Regional ...

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  8. Recycled paint scheme reaching milestone after 11 years
    New Zealand Herald
    Mr Tutt said local councils, sporting clubs or community groups throughout Hawke's Bay use their recycled paint every month for productive activities or to cover up graffiti. "It is very successful and continuing to grow. There is more and more paint ...

  9. Hunter rescued after night in Hawke's Bay forest
    New Zealand Herald
    The Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter has airlifted out a hunter in his 60s who had been reported missing in the Kaweka Forest in Hawke's Bay last night. Photo / Duncan Brown. A hunter has been rescued in Hawke's Bay after spending a night in the ...

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  10. Racing: Jockey dubbed 'The Cup King' dies in Hawke's Bay at age 84
    New Zealand Herald
    John Thomas "JT" Anderson, the jockey media and racing aficionado dubbed "The Cup King" at the prime of his thoroughbred career, has died in Hawke's Bay. The 84-year-old resident of the Mary Doyle Retirement Village in Havelock North, died on Tuesday ...

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