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Foodstuffs gobbles six months of Hawke's Bay organic ice cream in one sitting
Hastings ice-cream maker rushed off its feet as supermarkets buy in.
NZ family targeted by Malaysian identity theft scam
Three people in Hastings were targeted on the same day.
Rocket Lab to launch satellites to beam wi-fi from space
Space is the future of wi-fi, Rocket Lab says as it prepares for Hawke's Bay launch.
Sprawling Dannevirke farm for sale, complete with its own private airstrip
1738ha of "magnificent" rolling pasture for sale winters 12,129 sheep and 500-plus cattle.
Housing woes laid bare: The cost of homelessness triples
Big jump in the cost to house families in motels and hotels.
Fuel hikes hit Napier Port and transport businesses
Businesses unsure how long they can pass on fuel price costs.
Port petitioners want public referendum on possible sale
Petition needs 5837 signatures to spark referendum on Napier Port ownership model.
Scorpion lollipops, cricket brownies: the future of food
Scorpion lollipops and cricket flour brownies could be big business in the future.