Regional transport committee chairman thinks the scheme is "fantastic"
But the lower increases could be down to lower sales, a real estate manager says.
Tom Abercrombie, Tayla Dalton and Hawks players opened the court in Flaxmere on Sunday.
"The naked eye tells you that there is no physical difference between the two sides."
The proposal is mentioned in a Hastings District Council agenda.
'The key thing for me was always the opportunity to make a difference.'
Iona College and Napier Boys' High School perform the Bard's plays
The exhibition of printmakers work explores the idea of the artist book
Almost 50 cats now waiting for an owner after an influx at the Napier SPCA.
Two people have been charged 16 months after a 4-year-old boy was seriously injured
Consultation on the proposed speed limit changes for SH5 and SH51 closes Sunday.
'It's good for people to see what these dogs are capable of...they're not savages.'
$8m to maintain facility in short term, but council will explore its long term options.
Fancy a free car? How about 500 free cars? You'll get them if you buy this property.
The Hastings shop is quirky. But its virtual factory is a blueprint for the future.
Susanne Rauth has started up a stonemasonry business from her Flaxmere home.
About 59 people keen to volunteer during nurses' strike
Hastings mother Rachel Shaw said the Budget was "another nail in the coffin for us".
The rain the region badly needs is finally here.
Families conducting "do-it-yourself" cremations forced to pay an exact $874 in cash.
Figures show it's currently the second lowest in the country at meeting vaccine targets.
Dali Susanto's small room of immersive work aims to help people to focus on the present.
Flanked by firemen (just in case) Claude Davidson whipped out a leaf blower.
"Fires are unpredictable, the biggest fear is not going home."
"This is next level."
Kiwis are dying because medicines are not being funded, protesters say.
Eastern Screen Alliance is calling on people to submit their short film ideas.
Westermans building set to lose a tenant, as i-Site joined up with Toitoi box office.
"If I tick Māori, I am denying my mum, and if I tick NZ European, I am denying my dad."
Nadia Reid speaks about her music career, upcoming show and new album being made.
The outcome would've still been the same at 80km/h, Bruce Sanders says.
Frizzell saw similarity in the yellow beak of Daffy Duck and a daffodil's yellow trumpet.
Each time the Haira whanau think they've found a home, the rug's pulled from under them.
Hallelujah's staunch face says it all - she doesn't forget those who've wronged her.
Community organisations and services can apply to use the gym for their clients.
The council was started by Kate Sheppard and suffragettes.
The Prime Minister spent the day in Central Hawke's Bay
After 46 years Amo Taite's home buyer dream is coming true
Committee to make its recommendations to council on Wednesday as tight timeframe arrives.
Many of the artists attending the workshops have not had experience of making gallery art
"It's about showing students that it is important to commemorate the fallen."
A cleaning app has been launched, and AI technology is next.
The comeback of the milkman may soon be a reality at Hōhepa.
One HB school had 136 suspensions in three years. A principal says help is needed.
'It was hard not knowing when I would see my family again,' says Melburnian Trish Brice.
Council will decide on the budget and lead contractor for the two large water projects.
Lou Klinkhamer did the maths and found a gallon (3.75L) of printer ink costs over $18,000.
Rain is ahead for the region in this week's weather forecast.
Bennett Knoll has never been seen before. And researchers struck scientific gold.
NZ's first purpose-built women's restrooms, it now houses the Heretaunga Women's Centre.
Two pou created by carver Nathan Foote from one log unveiled at two Hastings schools.
'We are in crisis mode. We need houses now,' CHB mayor Alex Walker says.
The installation was due to come out on Sunday but has been removed early.
The concept images were released at a community meeting on Monday evening
A petition to rehome the two birds reached 1800 signatures. They might get what they want.
The Women's Rest building will celebrate 100 years on March 23.
Galvanising Hawke's Bay said the assessment of aquatic life harm was "rubbish".