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Manu masters are descending on a Hastings pool on Saturday in a bid to become the district's next bomb champion.
Mayors in Hawke's Bay and Tai Rāwhiti are urging new Emergency Management and Recovery Minister Mark Mitchell see for himself the mountain of work that still lies ahead after Cyclone Gabrielle.
Northern Hawke's Bay and Tai Rāwhiti are back in cleanup mode after heavy rain fell steadily over the weekend. Audio
SH2 south of Wairoa has opened to one lane today as work continues to clear a slip that was brought down by heavy rain. Audio
Reviews into how authorities did during the year's biggest storms are carrying on months after defences were found wanting.
Water levels are now dropping and bridges and roads are being inspected in Tai Rāwhiti and Hawke's Bay, where flooding has followed three days of heavy rain, and people are being asked to stay off the…
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Up to 100 millimetres of rain is expected across Tairawhiti and Hawke's Bay's Wairoa districts.
Rain warnings are in place in Tai Rāwhiti and Hawke's Bay, with minor flooding already reported and Civil Defence asking people to check on neighbours and whānau.
Police have identified a body found near the Mohaka River mouth in Hawke's Bay last week, as that of a 19-year-old missing man.
The company is keeping its retail stores open but closing its Napier factory which has at least 18 staff members.
A handful of hardy souls braved heavy rain on Monday to be the first to experience the spruced-up Splash Planet.
The Masterton District Council set out details for the $2.5 million proposal on Monday.
Hundreds of infrigements were handed out and nine cars were impounded during the police crackdown.
The roadside sign is worse for wear and the shelves are still a little bare, but Springfield fruit and vege shop is back in business.
Properties in Havelock North which flooded during Cyclone Gabrielle will again be deemed safe to live in, thanks to a $10 million flood protection plan.
Esk Valley residents are concerned about the effect of silt dust on their health and quality of life, as sun and high winds cause dust storms along the valley. Audio
People in Hawke's Bay with property deemed too unsafe to live on may soon have a chance to purchase new land close to home.
A body has been located north of the Mohaka River mouth in Hawke's Bay.
Around 20 people spoke in support of the decision at today's council meeting.