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Maddisyn is editor of the Hastings Leader and Napier Courier
Cyclone Gabrielle: Missing cat found 15km away four weeks later
Lucky cat finally made its way home weeks after Cyclone Gabrielle hit Hawke's Bay.
Parts of the Pōrangahau village settlement completely flooded during Cyclone Gabrielle
Pōrangahau community rallies together after Cyclone Gabrielle's devasting destruction.
Ruff competition: Bark Up to go ahead despite cyclone damage
Patangata Tavern pushing past Cyclone Gabrielle and going ahead with its Bark Up event.
The cyclone-struck town coming together for a giant shared lunch
Community and volunteers to come together for a unity lunch down Pōrangahau's main street.
'People need food': Sikh community rallies to feed those in need
Hastings Punjabi Sikh community working around the clock to make sure everyone gets fed.
In the pink: Flying in with key supplies for isolated farmers
Fertiliser planes may be short of work but supply drops are keeping the company busy.
Queensland disaster response team: We get floods 'but this is different'
Specialist Australian firefighters rush over to help with search and rescue.
Watch: Furry friends find safe haven at Hastings Racecourse after cyclone
Hastings racecourse becomes a hub for animal help and household donations.
Cyclone Gabrielle: Full impact of Pan Pac damage unknown
Company warns public and staff to stay away from 'unsafe' site.
Splash Planet: Council to review embattled water park as criticism mounts
Family who cancelled their trip to Hawke’s Bay because of the early closure have hit out.
Paharakeke Trades United is the new go-to for all things trades in Flaxmere
HDC backing the use of Paharakeke Trades United in new Flaxmere housing developments.
Juicy Fest review: How did Park Island handle the heat of Nelly and his hip hop company?
Juicy Fest 2023 kicked off its R&B and hip-hop tour in Napier, and here is how it went.
Into the wild: Eels that spent 10 years at Napier aquarium released
Local iwi, National Aquarium release eels into local river.
Instead of moving into a rest home, a Hastings couple moved their house closer to family
Local couple moves a 100-year-old house from the inner city to the outskirts of Hastings.