NEWS

Victim of fatal Marine Parade crash named

Police have releasee the name of the man who died after a crash on Napier's Marine Parade (State Highway 2, south of the city) on Wednesday night. He was 56-ye...

Further landslide delays Cape Kidnappers beach access opening

Access to Cape Kidnappers along Clifton Beach was set to re-open on April 29, but another landslide over Easter means it will need to remain closed for now. Th...

Treasure trove of historic Bay photos discovered

A treasure trove of hundreds of photos has been discovered at a family home and delivered to Knowledge Bank to ensure the images are preserved for ever. Within...

What’s on in the Bay this weekend?

We hope you’re having a great Anzac Day. With today being a public holiday, it’s strange to think the weekend is just around the corner, but it is...

Napier's ANZAC Service 2019 (Video)

A brief overview of Napier's ANZAC Day 2019 commemorations.  

Fatal crash on Napier's Marine Parade

A person has died following a single-vehicle crash in Napier last night. Police say the person was the sole occupant of the vehicle, which hit a tree on Marine...

Waipawa crash victim dies

A woman involved in a serious crash near Waipawa earlier this week has died. The two-vehicle crash occurred at the intersection of Pourerere Road and River Roa...

Student enrolment numbers up at EIT

Following a strong 2018, EIT is reporting the largest beginning-of-year intake in the last five years. EIT has currently enrolled just over 7500 students this...

Hastings council supports NZ war memorial museum in France

As well as supporting Anzac Day services across the district, the Hastings District Council is also supporting another commemorative activity – this one f...

This year’s Winter F.A.W.C! the biggest ever

This year’s F.A.W.C! Food and Wine Classic Winter programme will feature more than 65 events spanning four weekends in June. Returning for its seventh ye...

Anzac Day services around the Bay

Its Anzac Day tomorrow. Here are details of services around the region. Hastings 5.30am – Dawn service, Cenotaph in Civic Square 10am – Ser...

Unseen works from ‘NZ’s Jackson Pollock’ to show in Napier gallery

A rare opportunity to see – and purchase – works by the late Allen Maddox has art lovers from across the country booking flights in to Napier. The...

Water restrictions lifted in CHB

Central Hawke’s Bay District Council has lifted water restrictions for residents connected to town water supplies in Waipawa, Waipukurau, Otane, Takapau a...

Junior doctor strikes set to put strain on local hospital services

Hawke’s Bay DHB says five days of upcoming rolling junior doctor strikes will place significant strain on hospital resource. It’s urging people to...

New half basketball court opens in Hastings

A new half-sized basketball court was officially opened at William Nelson Park in Hastings last week, aimed at adding to the activities available for young peop...

Police urge drivers to stay vigilant on the roads these school holidays

Easter may be over, but police want drivers to remain vigilant on the roads during the second week of the school holidays. They say traffic volumes increase du...

Two in hospital after crash near Waipawa

Two people are in hospital – one with critical injuries – following a two-vehicle crash near Waipawa last night. Emergency services were called to...

Missing Woman - Hawke's Bay

Update -  Woman has been found in Central Hawke's Bay.   Missing woman – Hawke's Bay Police are appealing for sightings of 77-year-old...

‘Age of Champions’ promotes strength and balance in later years

“Age of Champions” the inaugural Community Group Strength and Balance ‘Top Town’ games, a first of its kind event in Hawke’s Bay,...

Celebrating top British architectural designer Thomas Heatherwick

MTG Hawke’s Bay has partnered with The Arts Society Hawke’s Bay (TASHB) to present a special architectural event at the museum’s Century Theat...