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Paraglider in stable condition following incident on Te Mata Peak

A man in his 60s is in a stable condition at Hawke's Bay Hospital this evening following a paragliding incident on Te Mata Peak just a few hours earlier. ...

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Emergency services rescue paraglider trapped on Te Mata Peak News

Emergency services rescue paraglider trapped on Te Mata Peak

A paraglider who executed an emergency landing on Te Mata Peak has been winched to safety and taken to Hawke's Bay Hospital.  Emergency services were call...

Sacred Heart College students recognised for service to the community News

Sacred Heart College students recognised for service to the community

When Sophie Richardson won the Volunteering Hawkes Bay Youth Award, she did her trademark “happy dance” – one she often does during her many h...

Section 70 notice issued for northern Hauraki; locals, visitors, workers required to isolate and get tested News

Section 70 notice issued for northern Hauraki; locals, visitors, workers required to isolate and get tested

Movement in, out, and around northern Hauraki is now restricted as a precautionary measure, following three local cases of COVID-19 reported last night. The Di...

Police actively looking for third offender following aggravated robbery in Napier News

Police actively looking for third offender following aggravated robbery in Napier

Two youths have been arrested and charged, and police are actively searching for the third offender in relation to vehicle theft, aggravated robbery and theft o...

Hastings District Council's three waters survey to remain open News

Hastings District Council's three waters survey to remain open

A survey by Hastings District Council on the Government's initial three waters management reform proposal will remain open for the next few months in order to g...

Aerial survey to provide 3D snapshot of Hawke's Bay's Unison network News

Aerial survey to provide 3D snapshot of Hawke's Bay's Unison network

Using state-of-the-art LiDAR technology, more than 400 kilometres squared will be covered in a comprehensive aerial survey of Unison's full electricity network...

EIT plays host to judging in Hawke's Bay A&P Bayleys Wine Awards News

EIT plays host to judging in Hawke's Bay A&P Bayleys Wine Awards

About 400 of Hawke’s Bay’s finest wines have been sampled in an intense two-day judging process held at EIT last week. The wines, entered into the...

Covid-19: 22 new community cases reported ahead of Cabinet's alert level decision News

Covid-19: 22 new community cases reported ahead of Cabinet's alert level decision

Just hours away from the Government's announcement on whether there will be alert level changes, the Ministry of Health has reported 22 new cases of Covid-19 in...

Phase two of pilot programme begins at Hastings District schools News

Phase two of pilot programme begins at Hastings District schools

Student safety on the roads around four Hastings District primary schools is being improved through a pilot programme trialling a range of measures to deal with...

Experienced academic manager to head EIT Business, Computing Schools News

Experienced academic manager to head EIT Business, Computing Schools

EIT has appointed John West, an experienced academic leader and tertiary manager, as the new Head of the Schools of Business and Computing. Mr West was the Pro...

Last chance for submissions to Hastings District Council's three waters survey News

Last chance for submissions to Hastings District Council's three waters survey

Hastings District Council's community survey on the Government’s initial proposal to move the management of wastewater, drinking water and storm water awa...

EIT graduate lives her dream in television News

EIT graduate lives her dream in television

Harata Taurima-Thomas is living her dream. The EIT graduate, with a Bachelor of Arts (Māori) through Te Ūranga Waka on the Hawke’s Bay Campus, is current...

Napier police return belongings to Taupō woman after accused tries clothes on News

Napier police return belongings to Taupō woman after accused tries clothes on

The quick actions of Napier Police have meant a Taupō woman has got all her belongings back less than an hour after they were stolen from her car. The woman wa...

Watch Live: Players take to the court for Netball Semi-Finals Sport

Watch Live: Players take to the court for Netball Semi-Finals

Players have taken to the court for the first of two Hawke's Bay Super Eight Netball Semi-Finals - both of which will be played without spectators. To watch, g...

"No tolerance" for anti-social drivers leads to 133 cars disposed of in six months News

"No tolerance" for anti-social drivers leads to 133 cars disposed of in six months

On average Police impound around 25 vehicles a month for undertaking burnouts and anti-social driving, 16 in two weeks of COVID Alert Level 4 lockdown. In the f...