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Portable cabins could be used to house hundreds of people left homeless by flooding and slips in Napier last week.
The New Zealand Fish and Game Council has changed its mind about removing the controversial chair of the Hawke's Bay Fish and Game.
Ministry of Education staff who subverted communications with a school principal acted "inappropriately" and their behaviour is "extremely disappointing," the Ministry says.
One of the largest events on the Hawke's Bay calendar has had to make big changes in order to survive Covid-19.
Many Covid-19 patients in Hawke's Bay felt stigmatised by the community following their diagnosis, while some said they felt harassed and were concerned they could be identified by the media, a survey…
Some of the country's most senior judges and Ngāti Kahungunu say the success of the Rangatahi Courts shows Māori culture and values should be instilled throughout the rest of the court system.
Half of the firms in Napier allowed to discharge pollutants into the city's wastewater system breached agreed limits in the past year.
The identity of a doctor, publicly censured and temporarily suspended in Britain for falsifying a qualification from Otago University, can never be revealed in New Zealand.
Tukituki MP Lawrence Yule is defending billboard and newspaper ads claiming he has secured funding for millions of dollars worth of infrastructure projects for Hawke's Bay.
The mayor of Napier holding out for a $500,000 government grant to keep the loss-making National Aquarium of New Zealand running is a sign that talks for a $77 million rebuild of the tourist…
There are fears an outbreak of measles or whooping cough could re-emerge once borders open if thousands of children who have missed vaccinations because of Covid-19 are not caught up quickly.
A Pacific leader says false information has been spread by some members of churches that have links to conservative evangelical or pentecostal churches in the US.
A vote by the National Fish and Game Council to allow commercial pheasant preserves to continue operating, despite contrary legal advice from Sir Geoffrey Palmer, has divided the hunting community.
Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield says "very serious consideration" should be given to digital and data projects in the coming year to allow more staff to work from home Audio
More than $40,000 worth of food vouchers are being handed out daily by the Red Cross to foreigners stranded because of Covid-19.
A pilot programme in Napier is helping keep some of the city's most troubled children in school.
There are concerns Covid patients may not always tell the truth about who they've been in contact with and public health staff say it could be due to shame/bullying.
All twelve public health units are now using the same contact tracing software, the Ministry of Health says.
The victims of New Zealand's first convicted slaver and human-trafficker are "ecstatic" to learn their abuser will spend the more than a decade behind bars, Immigration New Zealand says.
Seasonal workers stuck in Hawke's Bay are suffering from depression and anxiety because they don't know when they can return home.
Potential locations for several small dams are being investigated by the Hawke's Bay Regional Council.
The ability to identify Covid-19 clusters during the height of the outbreak was a "significant point of weakness" for the country's 12 public health units, an independent review has found.
Airways New Zealand says it will now consider all options for the seven airports before making a final decision.
An unemployed migrant living on a friend's couch says she was stuck in a "desperate" situation because Air New Zealand keeps cancelling her flights home and she could not get through to their call…
The latest Ministry of Health national results showed two of three performance targets were not met.