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Large companies aren't wanting to leave unvaxxed staff out of their end-of year shindigs.
If you need a summer job, you're in luck. But if you need a summer worker, join the queue.
NCC and HBRC are re-examining their co-management of Napier's stormwater network.
"Why we don't sit on tables is a tikanga developed to stop the spread of germs."
"The truck did not stop in time, and jack-knifed as it approached the lights."
A Hastings hire company is in a copyright argument over one of its Māori bouncy castles.
Another gym visit added to the region's locations of interest.
An adult-themed bouncy castle is bringing smiles to grown-ups' faces.
Marlon Williams, Ladyhawke, Kirin J Callinan, Liam Finn, The Veils.
Nine-year-old Tyronne Lambert is confused and upset, his mother Amber Lambert says.
"Young people want to feel safe, and knowing teachers are vaccinated plays a big part."
"That's thousands of dollars a day we've lost because of that hole."
Anti-mandate protesters took to the streets of Hastings to have their voices heard.
"It's good to get together. We are in the same boat."
Baby Arya, born the night of the Napier flood, has just celebrated her first birthday.
The deadline for early childcare educators and providers to be vaccinated looms large
A report on last year's flood sheds new light on Napier's stormwater infrastructure.
One year after the Napier floods, two households remain displaced from their homes.
Wairoa mayor Craig Little says a promise has been broken by Nanaia Mahuta.
The woman in the shop quietly passed him a "little yellow slip of paper".
Teacher not surprised by former Hawke's Bay student's address to world leaders.
Mayor says drivers hit the gravel and decide to u-turn: "The road turns people away."
EDITORIAL: One man couldn't even attend his court case because he had no address.
Kerry Mackintosh's illness means she has 'weak legs'. But she's standing up to the Govt.
Hawke's Bay mayors say they gave the Government the path forward, but were ignored.
Unusual callout just the ticket to get firefighters learning some new tricks.
Bigger and better: Six60 are set to return to Hawke's Bay early next year.
Shirley Lammas doesn't see through a lense clouded by doom and gloom.
Figures provided to Reti show HB's had NZ's highest ICU occupancy since outbreak started.
Five-year-old Glen has been missing more than a week, missing the birth of his six pups.
Filling out forms and sitting in waiting rooms a big challenge for those with no home.
Fuel prices in Hawke's Bay have hit an all-time record - the cheapest at $2.27 a litre.
Kate McGirr's work was completed in Danish, a language she never knew as a child.
Staff from Oringi Business Park, in Dannevirke, were evacuated after an ammonia leak.
500 went through the clinic on Super Saturday: "And now it's gone. The team is gutted."
"I hope someone deserving in our community has won it."
"Who wants kids to miss out on Christmas?"
Thousands descended to get the Covid vaccination on Super Saturday
The Hastings store is sitting one win away from a half-century of big-prize tickets.
It was a vote for a new councillor. Those of 'no fixed abode' couldn't vote, council says.
"That's their way of living. Where do these people go?"
Using 3D scanning technology the tourist hot spots are brought to virtual life.
One petrol station is cheaper than the rest when it comes to filling up in Hawke's Bay.
40 per cent support for the wards shows a "huge step up from 2017".
Judge Tony Adeane retired in May after reaching the compulsory retirement age of 70.
A total of 27 staff have left Tararua DC since November, and 118 left Napier CC in a year.