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Hawke's Bay Breaking News


  1. Hawke's Bay winemaker to chair judging team
    New Zealand Herald
    This year's Air New Zealand Wine Awards will have a strong Hawke's Bay touch. The region will host the awards dinner and a Hawke's Bay winemaker has taken over the role of chair of judges. Trinity Hill chief winemaker Warren Gibson will take up the ...


  2. Hawke's Bay prison officers to routinely carry pepper spray
    New Zealand Herald
    Hawke's Bay Regional Prison Corrections officers will soon be able to carry pepper spray on them - a change from the current law. The Corrections Amendment Regulations come into place next month and allow trained and authorised staff to carry the spray.

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  3. Newstalk ZB

    Hawkes Bay school's success recognised at PM's Education Awards
    Māori Television
    Hawkes Bay's William Colenso College took out the Excellence in Leading Award as a joint awards winner at the Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards ceremony held tonight in Auckland. The Judges noted that the Napier school set out to transform ...
    Bay school one of the best in the countryNew Zealand Herald

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  4. Royal Show stays in Hawke's Bay
    New Zealand Herald
    The Royal Show will go another round in Hastings after the Hawke's Bay A and P Society's successful bid to extend its hosting of the event past a three-year contract which started in 2015. The decision was made at the Royal Agricultural Society's ...


  5. Decade-long project helps rare bird in Hawke's Bay
    New Zealand Herald
    A decade-long project has restored a rare native bird population in Hawke's Bay. A 1km area in Ouepoto Reserve at Aramoana Beach is taped off by Department of Conservation (DoC) staff between September and April every year to protect the New Zealand ...


  6. Drizzly couple of weeks for Hawke's Bay
    New Zealand Herald
    Rain, cloud, and wind are expected to lash the region this week, with Hawke's Bay residents advised to enjoy any good weather that comes their way. After a foggy weekend which saw cancellations and delays at Hawke's Bay Airport, some fine weather is ...


  7. Environmental kick-start fund approved for Hawke's Bay
    Scoop.co.nz (press release)
    Hawke's Bay Regional Council has today approved a plan to develop a one million dollar kick-start fund to clean up six environmental hot spots around the region. The plan is part of the 2017-18 Annual Plan. The Council received 137 submissions to the ...

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  8. Rockit takes supreme award
    New Zealand Herald
    Apple grower Rockit Global has been named ExportNZ Hawke's Bay's ASB Exporter of the Year. Rockit Global, which owns the rights to the small variety of apple, also won the Napier Port Industry Trail Blazer Award. Rockit Global chairman John Loughlin ...


  9. Pay rise on the way for 920 Hawke's Bay care workers
    Scoop.co.nz (press release)
    “The pay increase will make a huge difference for the around 920 workers in Hawke's Bay. For those currently on the minimum wage of $15.75 per hour, it means from July 1 they will move to at least $19 per hour, a 21 per cent pay rise. For a full-time ...

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  10. America's Cup may one day come the Hawke's Bay's way
    New Zealand Herald
    Mary Duncan, David Holmes, Shelly Te Uki, Jenny Holmes and Duncan Watson celebrate Emirates Team New Zealand's America's Cup win yesterday. Photo/Duncan Brown. By: Roger Moroney. Roger Moroney writes for Hawke's Bay Today.

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