BUSINESS

EIT Apprentice blazing a trail in horticulture

Saffron Wilson thought she wanted to be a hairdresser, but soon realised that working outdoors was her passion and now the 22-year-old is blazing a trail for wo...

EIT graduates excel in Hawke’s Bay Young Fruit Grower of the Year

EIT’s strong horticulture programmes proved their worth again with two graduates finishing on the podium at this year’s highly acclaimed Hawke&rsquo...

Hastings District Council launches lightbox photo competition

Hastings’ city centre will soon come alive with large-scale photos taken by local residents, thanks to a competition launched by Hastings District Council...

Super opportunities to help older Kiwis stay strong and prevent falls

A Kiwi social enterprise with fitness at its heart, SuperCue Seniors is growing, and looking to expand its team of dedicated instructors New Zealand-wide. Buil...

Hello Cup founders to speak at Napier City Council's Business Breakfast series

For something supposed to be a small ‘side project’, The Hello Cup has proved to be so much more and become an internationally successful and award-...

Hawke's Bay Farmers' Market to be held outside throughout the year

The Hawke’s Bay Farmers’ Market, held each Sunday in Hastings, will continue to be outdoors in the Waikoko Gardens at the Tomoana Showgrounds Hawke&...

Watch: Women's Refuge pop up shop to raise funds for Hastings safe house

An army of volunteers has helped make this year's Family VIP (Violence Intervention and Prevention) Services' Pop Up Shop possible, with all funds raised to g...

Hello Cup hits the shelves at Countdown

It’s made a huge splash globally since launching three years ago, but now Kiwi menstrual cup brand The Hello Cup is taking its biggest stride forward yet,...

Takitimu Seafoods opens again after completing necessary paperwork

The doors are once again open for both Takitimu Seafood shops in Hawke's Bay, just over 24 hours after Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated announced an 'administra...

New walk and run event hits Hawke’s Bay this weekend

Team members from Hawke’s Bay business Aramex will be lacing up their running shoes tomorrow as part of the first ever Aramex Kiwi Walk & Run Series.T...

Hastings Business Hub celebrated

A new pilot Business Hawke’s Bay Hastings Business Hub officially opened last week, aimed at helping Hastings businesses to network, learn, be inspired an...

Ngāi Tahu Holdings takes stake in Rockit Global Limited

Ngāi Tahu Holdings has taken a 6 per cent stake of Hawke's Bay miniature apple specialist and exporter Rockit Global Limited in a recent capital raise of undisc...

State-of-the-art skin cancer treatment clinic launches in Hawke's Bay

Moving the family halfway across the world and setting up a new state-of-the-art dermatological practice in just one year has been no easy feat for specialist d...

Hawke’s Bay economy regains lost ground, outpaces NZ economy

The Hawke’s Bay economy has regained all ground lost due to Covid-19, and returned to growth, according to Infometrics’ latest Quarterly Economic Mo...

Visiting skincare experts share tips to help Hawke’s Bay locals undo a summer’s worth of skin damage

Hawke’s Bay is a great place to live, but high sunshine hours, a dry windy climate and outdoor lifestyles play havoc with our biggest organ, the skin. He...

Business Hawke's Bay folds: Region's five councils committed to supporting organisation through transition

The board of Business Hawke’s Bay (BHB) has announced it will wind up the organisation, following an unsuccessful bid to secure sustainable funding. Chai...

Are you personalising your health and wellness

Since COVID has hit – ‘workplace health and wellness’ are the new buzz words, There has been a big increase in health and wellness programs bo...

Flightpath – Hawke’s Bay Airport update

Bay Espresso is set to land at Hawke’s Bay Airport in 2021, much to the excitement of local coffee lovers. The stalwart of the Hawke’s Bay coffee r...

Hawke’s Bay Business Hub turns 5

In May 2020, in the midst of New Zealand’s COVID-19 lockdown an important milestone for the Hawke’s Bay business community slipped by, unnoticed. O...

Event champion on search for new events

Tourism and events have been the two sectors that have been hit hardest due to COVID-19. In Hawke’s Bay, the events sector dodged a bit of a bullet in pa...