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"Everyone thinks at 29 you're invincible and there's no way cancer's going to affect you."
First-home buyers in Hawke's Bay are being left behind as property market moves on.
"We had to return to the terminal and get security on board to remove her."
"I wasn't going to put up with someone trying to get into my home."
Don't worry, about a thing, said more than 1000 little hands.
Diane Edwards said it was the least she could do for a member of her community.
Change in tune comes on back of a campaign started by two Hawke's Bay student teachers.
Hawke's Bay's Isabella Anderton said goodbye to her serviceman husband six times.
The first Hawke's Bay locals grabbed their passports and flew to Australia today
A water spout has formed off the coast of Napier.
A large marine animal you don't expect to see at Easter spotted off Waipatiki coast.
"Our women still have a fundamental right to safely walk home at night."
The house occupied by Bronwyn Edwards' son was supposed to have been vacated on Friday.
Both teachers say they were given an ultimatum - be called Mr and Miss, or leave.
PM drops hint that a Hawke's Bay wedding might be on the cards after Mahia engagement.
A Hawke's Bay puppy was listed on Trade Me this week with a $5500 price tag - and sold.
Could you save $75k in five years? That's what the average house deposit has increased by.
Hastings' Horse of the Year is set to go ahead with the country in alert level 1.
Basil's wife told him to "stop moaning, start your own choir". He never looked back.
Chris Comber hasn't cut his hair since New Zealand's first Covid-19 lockdown.
Former rugby player bemoans lack of insurance after tools theft.
The rush for work among the Bay's unemployed has "exceeded government targets".
The owner bought it for $190,000 in 2017. Now they want $360,000 more.
Victory over the Auckland Allstars was taken off them in the final race of opening night.
"I made one just to put on social media – a lot of people really gravitated towards it."
Clive's name 'could be changed' according to a local historian, if residents call for it.
Just seven of a sample of 100 people entering Countdown in Hastings signed in.