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NZ Herald Local Focus
The Hawke's Bay is well represented at the East Coast Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
The Tax Working Group's hard nosed approach leaves the Govt scope to appear moderate.
Federated Farmers said a proposed capital gains tax was a "mangy dog".
Federated Farmers says the proposed CGT would add omplexity to the rural sector.
Many people may be surprised at which species top the list.
Lulu L'Amour is now with a herd of horses and has a special friend in Cloud.
Cyclone predicted to slide past the country but we're not out of the firing line yet.
The Workman Tankard fishing contest produced little results on the weekend.
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A miniature horse stabbed 41 times in a vicious attack in Waitati has died.
"We've thrown parties on board with a BBQ and chilly bin of beers. It's a bloke's dream."
NZME has released its full-year results.
The question still remains will it hit New Zealand or scrape past?
UCOL chairman Ben Vanderkolk says reform process will provide students with opportunities.
The re-opened Whanganui Regional Museum will be a new experience, its director says.
The Aotea Region's best kapa haka group competes first at Te Matatini this year.
Rental squeeze grips country as rents climb to record highs in Wellington and Auckland.
Ruapehu ratepayers are in for a slightly lower-than-forecast rates rise for 2019/20.