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Heat on floral arranger with judges in crowd to critique efforts
Proposal to extend Pettigrew Green Arena seen as more a "well e drome" than velodrome.
The vulnerable need more help, not more institutionalisation
Havelock North residents united in support of clean water at a candlelit vigil last night.
The building was well alight when firefighters arrived
Three new injuries a concern for Magpies
Hawke's Bay Today will hold three election debates in the build-up to the elections.
PM Bill English announced 10 new roads of national significance in Hastings yesterday.
Labour has tried to buy votes with a cheap bribe.
Nearly 40 per cent of youth failed to show up to the ballots last election.
The printed roll closes August 23 - Get your name on it.
Hawke's Bay Today has three Meet the Candidates debates planned for September.
I'm happy to pay a bit for the water I use and the security of knowing it's available.
Campaigns of 5 Napier candidates ramp up, with election just over a month away
Pastoral farming leaders say they are committed to "doing the right thing" for our rivers.
Farmer David Clark is concerned Labour's water tax will deepen the urban/rural rift.
On this day in 1969 the first Young Farmer of the Year contest took place.
A childhood interest in insects blossomed into a job in native fish for Stella McQueen
The new fishing season begins in about six weeks on October 1.
1080 will be dropped into two Western Bay of Plenty forests in the coming months.
Rapidly developing Lake Hawea set to get a little bigger with another subdivision planned.
Tasering a goat is an expensive affair.