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Stuart McKie from Napier concerned about motorists ignoring stop signs. He talks to Hawke's Bay Today reporter Gianina Schwanecke

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Happy 100th Brenda
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Happy 100th Brenda

Brenda Bridle about to celebrate her 100th birthday in Napier. Chatting to Hawke's Bay Today reporter Sahiban Hyde

Stop means stop
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Stop means stop

Stuart McKie from Napier concerned about motorists ignoring stop signs. He talks to Hawke's Bay Today reporter Gianina Schwanecke

Tui's tickled tastebuds
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Tui's tickled tastebuds

Mike Hicks' favourite native bird is the tui. And it's no wonder as he has been feeding them sugar water at his home in Havelock North for 18 years. Video Warren Buckland.

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Tasty Terpene feels
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Tasty Terpene feels

A Napier drinks company has developed a Terpene based non-alcoholic drink. 'Lose the booze but keep the feels'. Co-founder James Crow explains to reporter Shannon Johnstone. Video Warren Buckland.

Havelock North school boy saves his grandmother
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Havelock North school boy saves his grandmother

Patrick Ryan 8 Te Mata Primary, was presented with an ASB St John's Super Saver Bravery Award for his courage and quick thinking when he helped his grandmother after she suffered a traumatic injury from a nasty fall. Video Warren Buckland

Focus: The RSV virus outbreak
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Focus: The RSV virus outbreak

Cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) have exploded across the country, leaving some affected children in intensive care and hospitals forced to expand capacity. Video / NZ Herald

Horror near-miss captured on Taihape Rd
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Horror near-miss captured on Taihape Rd

Hawke's Bay residents Nigel and Janine set up their dashcam for a first drive with it on Saturday, only to capture a horror near-miss on Taihape Rd as a car sped through a give way sign at the intersection with Ohiti Rd. Video / Supplied

Planting the Peak
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Planting the Peak

Havelock North Primary and High School joined with Lucknow Primary School to plant trees on Te Mata Peak. Video / Warren Buckland

Diana Tiller 100 today
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Diana Tiller 100 today

Diana Tiller 100 today chats to her daughter Ramona and Hawke's Bay Today reporter Shannon Johnstone about fleeing her home Country Latvia during the World War Two.

Horse owner to remove horses for Matariki
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Horse owner to remove horses for Matariki

Reporter Louise Gould talks to Jane McPhee of Waipukurau who is worried about her horses' health with the upcoming Matariki Festival fire works to be held in the park nearby. Video Warren Buckland.

Piano playing brings joy to John
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Piano playing brings joy to John

When an elderly Napier man went blind, the piano that he once used to fill his house with music started collecting dust. So 89-year-old John Hosegood's daughter sent out a public plea for a pianist, David McKenzie answered the call. The lads chat to reporter Christian Fuller

Gregory's Girl
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Gregory's Girl

Greg Scott from Napier talks to Hawke's Bay Today reporter Louise Gould about his dog Lovita who was stolen and he want's her back