Workers will be holding another picket outside Pak'nSave Hastings today.
Last night's Grape Debate is hoped to have raised more than $30,000 for charity.
More than 20,000 plants have been laid along Karamu Stream as part of planting project.
A pair of seasoned foodies have been coming to Hawke's Bay for every F.A.W.C! festival.
Hastings Central School students welcomed the first baby with handmade cards.
A top quality bull sold for a record-breaking sum at a recent Hawke's Bay sale.
A crisp, winter evening of fun and fireworks was held on Friday to celebrate Matariki.
Havelock North man Ray Mettrick received a Queen's Service Medal for services to cricket.
Events included two dinners, a midwinter Christmas party and cooking demonstrations.
Aroz Gilbert, 25, died days before her op, which had been rescheduled with no explanation.
A group of protesters gathered outside Craggy Range last night.
Students had a taste of the culinary industry at a Hawke's Bay cooking competition.
Hawke's Bay firefighters will be racing up Auckland's Sky Tower today for charity.
Thousands took part in the Air New Zealand Hawke's Bay International Marathon yesterday.
More than 200 people gathered in Havelock North for the unveiling of a new sculpture.
Hawke's Bay duck hunters had a quacker of a start to the season despite calm weather.
The woman, who is 18 weeks' pregnant, climbed a hill to flag down cars for help.
The Hawke's Bay Express was packed with hundreds of happy punters today for a fundraiser.
The bronze cast sculpture, ''The Garden 2002'', depicts Eve's nude lower body.
Hawke's Bay Express is fundraising for a toddler with a rare genetic condition next week.
A Hawke's Bay woman's aquathon journey helped her receive respiratory award.
New Zealand's latest Poet Laureate received a special gift in Clive this morning.
This week's cooler temperatures will be no match for Bareknuckle BBQ's Chilli Cook Off.
A Havelock North car workshop had an unlucky Friday the 13th due to a vehicle fire.
A Hawke's Bay kiwi with a special connection to Sir Paul McCartney has been set free.
Technology has taken a Hawke's Bay Highland dancing and piping competition to the world.
Prison has implemented most recommendations made in an Ombudsman's report last year.
Wairoa residents are in no immediate danger from a landslide between Wairoa and Gisborne.