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Three people have been seriously injured after a car travelling on the wrong side of the road hit them in Hastings this morning.
A ratepayers' association is being set up in Mahia amid frustration with the attention paid by Wairoa District Council to local issues.
A decision on whether to demolish Napier's civic building and library has been put off after doubts were raised about whether it was severely earthquake-prone as previously thought.
Napier residents will soon no longer be able to wash cars in driveways.
In Tūranganui-a-Kiwa, Tongan grandmother Liliani and her daughter Kesaia find that even though they talk every day on the phone (and have for 17 years), they have more in common than they thought. Video, Audio
The unsafe bridge that has forced families to carry the bodies of their relatives nearly a kilometre on foot for burial at their urupā is a step closer to being repaired.
The outgoing chair of the Hawke's Bay District Health Board says he's disappointed and embarrassed his future role as chair is being played out in the media, with no communication from the Health…
Ngāti Kahungunu says it was "tricked" into supporting a water project - funded by the Provincial Growth Fund - they vehemently oppose.
Hawke's Bay police want to speak to anyone who has information about a spate of clashes between rival gangs over the weekend.
Armed officers have been patrolling throughout Hawke's Bay since a spate of gang-related incidents in Napier on Sunday Audio
Gang-related incidents in Napier on Sunday have left two people injured and a medical centre sprayed with what appears to be shotgun pellets.
It's not yet clear whether a Hawke's Bay charity boxing fight will go ahead tonight, following the death of one of its organisers.
The closure of the only bridge with car access to three urupā near Wairoa is forcing relatives to carry the bodies of their loved ones on foot nearly a kilometre for burial.
Two men who ordered Alex Latimer to dig his own grave before murdering him have been sentenced to 20 years, and 17 years nine months without parole.
Rick Stein has been visiting these shores since the 1960s, when he celebrated his 21st by eating crayfish in Kaikoura, and he's still pleading with his TV bosses to do a New Zealand food series. Audio
Fire crews are battling a large blaze on Te Mata Peak in Hawke's Bay.
The Sikh community in Hastings is celebrating after the Hastings District Council changed its mind and granted it resource consent to build a new temple on productive land.
Emergency call outs to one of Napier's most vulnerable suburbs have significantly fallen since a safety programme in te reo Māori was introduced into a local school.
The man who tried to save dying eels is shocked no-one will be prosecuted over their deaths after they were dug up and dumped by Hawke's Bay Regional Council workers. Video
The head of the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency says its Oranga Tamariki inquiry has had hundreds of submitters.