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Te Mata-o-Rongokako, the 'Sleeping Giant', to be surrounded by native vegetation to reflect the Korowai
Te Mata Park Trust welcomes the community to help plant native flora
Ready to go, mobile sport equipment trailer for the Hastings community
Te Waka Tākaro, a mobile sport trailer, debuted at Whānau Road Safety Day in Camberley.
New boardwalk provides safe path to get to Te Mata Park
New boardwalk gives walkers and cyclists safe and scenic off-road access to Te Mata Park.
Book Review: Mikki and Me and the Out-of-Tune Tree
Louise Ward reviews children's novel by Australian author Marion Roberts.
Pollution incident at Ruahapia Stream under investigation
Councils are investigating after more than 100 eels were found dead in a Hastings stream.
Second year Hastings library holds events to celebrate Pride Month
A number of events have been planned at the Hasting library to celebrate 2022 pride month.
Young speechmakers give 'very professional' showing at Lions Club speech competition
The results are in for the Lions Club speechmakers competition.
Upcoming events planned for Hastings bring back the buzz
Council plans big events in hopes of bringing foot traffic back into Hastings city centre.
'Lipstick on a pig' critic wins free parking for a month
Free parking for a month
'Fun for everyone': Cornwall Park's new tactile space has lots to discover
Collection of mixed-media sculptures opens up a sensory new world.
Tale of feminist thwarted by injustice a great read
Louise Ward from Wardini Books reviews Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
Janine Gard: Why midwives advise against shaving before childbirth
Parenting and birth educator Janine Gard poses the birth dilemma - shave or not to shave?
Road to Waimārama art exhibit showcases famous Hawke's Bay route
A Muse art gallery exhibition is bringing back some summer memories as winter approaches.
No Joke: Comedian Bret McKenzie takes on serious music
World-famous New Zealand Comedian to play Hastings Opera house as part of a global tour.
Not all Hawke's Bay GP services have the ability to self-fund care for young teens
Tōtara Health will continue to self-fund medical care to teens aged between 14 and 17.
Young speakers are taking part in a national public speaking contest
Young speech makers getting ready to go head to head for district competition qualifying.
Pilot programme allows customers to contract with more than one electricity supplier
Ongaonga farm is home to a pilot project that could be the future of NZ's energy sector.
Is residential design guide another tool for developers?
Council guide aids developers.