One liquidator asks another to remove claim of 'potential fraud issues' from report
Rotorua's first Maori police boss is from Lower Hutt. He believes "everyone deserves to have hope".
Havelock North inquiry panel asks for more time to prepare its reports.
Michael John Kight is in custody after allegedly inciting a child abduction.
Education Ministry intervention at Wairoa College hasn't helped, local mayor says.
The repair and replace bill for damaged police vehicles is on the up - topping $3 million in the last financial year.
Napier civic building upgrade to involve earthquake strengthening and 'basic repairs'.
Glenys-Jane Harvey, who had been missing for 48 hours, contacts family to say she is safe.
Watch a garden spring from a blank wall
WorkSafe advised after death of council worker, 44, in Hawke's Bay.
It began with four pills down the side of a teen's wheelchair. It ended with a human rights case against NZ's largest provider of health services for disabled people.
More than 7000 people were injured because of horses last year.
Police want defendant's name published to help find possible victims.
The 'sad' case of a Hawke's Bay lawyer who stole $73k and was left with nothing and a career in tatters.
Police criticised his last attempt at a BYO event. Now he's gone alcohol-free.
PPTA claims charter school gets $61,000 of Govt money per student, but ACT disputes the figures.
Multiple firearms seized in armed police callout in Hawke's Bay.
MPI may investigate slaughter of pig at the Napier City Council pound.
Reduction in commercial rock lobster catch has 'serious implications', according to industry body
Taradale has been left without its main swimming pool since December.
A council has admitted discharging too much E.coli into Tukituki River in wastewater.
Clint Rickards will soon be representing Hawke's Bay defendants
It's given its name to a beer, a city and some European towns - and now a New Zealand forest.
Lots of water is the best bit, Havelock North's children say.
Police want to speak to anyone who may have seen a crash which killed a boy and his dad.
He admitted shooting and killing his son, but Dean Cole was a "battered defendant".
Bare walls around Napier are being transformed into art
Caught drink driving for the ninth time, one Hastings woman knew her fate the moment she was pulled over.
Events leading up to inmate's death at Hawke's Bay Regional Prison are under the microscope.
St John concerned at high number of severely intoxicated or drugged women