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Gisborne leaders are looking beyond storm recovery, and are instead looking towards a future of innovation.
More than 100 people were expected at the Tai Rāwhiti Tomorrow Together Summit in Awapuni.
Residents in flood-damaged Eskdale are still battling insurance claims a year on from Cyclone Gabrielle.
A visitor says his bike was stolen, but police told him it would be hard to press charges despite finding it at gang-affiliated house nearby.
Gisborne residents, groups and businesses which went above and beyond during the aftermath of Cyclone Gabrielle this time last year have been honoured in a ceremony.
The good deeds of Gisborne residents during and after Cyclone Gabrielle are being recognised at an awards ceremony this evening.
More than 500 people, including families of those who died, some still displaced, gathered at the Civic Square in Hastings to commemorate the anniversary of Cyclone Gabrielle.
The damage caused by Cyclone Gabrielle around Gisborne could take up to a decade to repair, but the mayor won't ever forget how the full extent of the devastation became clear.
One year on, the trauma caused by Cyclone Gabrielle continues to manifest in different ways, but mental health support can be scarce.
A battery-powered harvester and a pair of moving platforms are the latest step in Leaderbrand's push for sustainable horticulture, and they are currently being put through their paces.
Some areas are the most eroded they have been in decades. The focus now is on whether they can recover.
The rise in demand comes as people begin to turn away from plastic alternatives and "vegan" leather options.
At this time of year, it was a significant loss for the Bay Blueberries farm.
Chris Finlayson says weeds at the re-opened great walk have caused immeasurable damage. Audio
Photographs sent overseas, lost, and then destined for the landfill are filling gaps in our sporting history.
National Library has acquired parts of the former Fairfax image archive, which spans over 100 years of NZ history.
The Clean Car Discount scheme wraps up today, taking financial incentives for low-emissions vehicles and the so-called "ute-tax" with it.
Communities devastated by severe weather in 2023 are facing hard decisions. Kate Green investigates.
A new report has revealed large swathes of Napier will be at risk of seawater flooding in the next 75 years. The council says it'll now have to include that information on LIMs.
Workers at a Hawke's Bay clothing factory say they were blindsided by a decision to close its doors.
The chief ombudsman says the country has work to do to build a robust emergency management system.
Luxon drove the crumbling SH2 with a handful of MPs on Friday morning to reach the small town, gauge progress of its recovery, and learn what it needs from the new government.
From reefs to rugged hillsides, scientists have been mapping the damage caused by Cyclone Gabrielle to help inform future decisions about where to build, and how storms impact the environment.
Jamie Kaiwai was last seen four years ago and her car was found with the keys in the ignition at Tolaga Bay wharf.
The High Court has found a judge "effectively teamed up" with the lawyers of an ex-husband in a post-separation court battle.