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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Hawke's Bay, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 408 stories have been published about Hawke's Bay which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.
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Wairoa · Wairoa

Drug arrest and cash seized after police find home unlocked

A woman, 41, and two men, aged 37 and 56 have been arrested on firearm and drug related charges. Police seized a firearm, ammunition, cannabis, methamphetamine and cash after this week issuing two search warrants. A 21-year-old patched Black Power member who was being sought for several serious driving matters was also located.See the Story
Oceania · Napier

Transpower to blame for unnecessary power cuts: authority

Electricity Authority confirms Transpower is responsible for unnecessary power cuts to 34,000 consumers on one of the coldest nights of the year. Power cuts hit without warning, catching thousands off guard with no time to fill their hot water bottles or find torches. Authority chief executive James Stevenson-Wallace said Transpower had made significant improvements since last year's event.See the Story
Havelock North · Havelock North

Women who insulted Jay Scott's moko kauae told to apologise

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Jay Scott was told to cover up her moko kauae or leave a playground in Havelock North. Two women told her she was 'scaring the children' The mother of four posted about the racist remarks on social media. She has had messages of support from all over the country, and even overseas. Scott wants to meet with the women to educate them about the history of moko.See the Story
Oceania · Havelock North

Havelock North: Police appeal for information after teen chased by man

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The incident happened along Simla Ave in Havelock North on Easter Monday. The male is described as Caucasian, in his 20s or 30s, with long blonde hair and a beanie, with a dog in the car. If you can help, please call 105 and quote file number 220419/3059.See the Story
Oceania · Hawke's Bay

Bayden Barber: Leading Ngāti Kahungunu into the next era with a vision of kotahitanga

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Bayden Barber has been elected as the new chair of the iwi. He replaces the longest-serving chair of an iwi, Ngahiwi Tomoana, who held the seat for 26 years. The eldest of four children and a descendant of Waimarama high chief Tiakitai, Barber credits his grandmother for fostering a sense of kaitiakitanga.See the Story
Longlands · Longlands

People who lived or worked in 'top of town' urged to share memories

HAVE you ever lived or worked in the Longlands area of Bradford, or have some other connection to it?See the Story
Hastings, New Zealand · Hastings

Tale of pēpe Taika and the star he was born under

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Hastings couple Travis and Sarah name their second child Taika James Harris. The 4.2kg bundle of joy arrived at 2.10am on its first public holiday. Taika is a new name on the family tree, but James is his dad's brother's name.See the Story
Hastings, New Zealand · Hastings

Clive triumph in Matariki club rugby thriller

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Clive defeat Tamatea 26-24 at Farndon Park on Matariki Friday afternoon. The win clinched the seventh seeding and a Maddison Trophy quarter-final for Clive. Aotea are the other club to sneak into the quarter-finals on 14 points, with a bonus point in their 40-28 loss to sixth-placed Hastings.See the Story
Hawke's Bay · Hawke's Bay

It was beautiful - Matariki in Hawke's Bay

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The first public Matariki public holiday with a cloudless sky. Napier woke to its first frost of the winter, but it didn't stop the people getting an early start. The day was the dawn of a new era for Piripi Smith at Atea a rangi, in Waitangi Regional Park.See the Story
Hastings, New Zealand · Hastings

Cashmere is slow fashion at its best

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Cashmere is soft, light and breathable because of the fine texture of the hairsSee the Story
Opinion · Hastings

[Opinion] Report alleges Māori man died after he was refused ED care for swearing

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
'I think because it's a Māori who doesn't look too flash – they get judged straight away.'See the Story
Hawke's Bay · Hawke's Bay

'Myriad of discriminatory practices that target wahine Maori''

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
A review of Hawke's Bay's DHB maternity services has noted a "myriad of discriminatory practices that specifically target wahine Maori" The report has 42 recommendations - many of which contain multiple recommendations within themselves. The recommendations mostly require the DHB to "note" findings of the report and take action.See the Story

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