Anneke Smith is a reporter for Hawke's Bay Today
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Kaumātua says matter is not resolved and there will be more protests.
Shaun Karauria will spend at least 12 years in jail for the murder.
The stolen slabs are estimated to be worth about $10,000.
Peter Wells was diagnosed with prostate cancer in November last year.
Three people were rescued after sending distress signals for help.
Knives, hammers and the odd machete are being carried by kids in Hawke's Bay.
Flaxmere community, rocked by recent violence, collaborates on safety panel.
The comment comes shortly after a teenager was held in a police cell for five nights.
David Trubridge Design has hefty ambitions to cull plastic from its products.
The 15-year-old was looking at a sixth night in the cells until yesterday morning.
Midwife uses a stanley knife to cut an airway into choking boyfriend's throat.
Hearing comes after uproar over the construction of a walking track on Te Mata Peak.
Two men in hospital after street race goes wrong on "treacherous" road.
Home-brew vodka session leads to a stumble, then a vicious and prolonged beating.
Her car was stolen while she was picking up someone from the hospital.
NZ Poet Laureate Selina Tusitala Marsh has been writing in Hawke's Bay.
Body found in Awatoto was missing French tourist Pierre Antoine Paludet.
Wearing the ultimate status symbol of being in a gang may not be the best idea.
New Zealand's coastal waters are said to be more treacherous than most.