One Hastings student thought her computer skills had won her a weekend in Auckland, but her real prize was a trip to America.
Hawke's Bay's Pernel Orchard will go under the hammer later this month.
Napier veteran's cancer may have been caused by destroying Australian ammunition bunkers.
'He was always happy. He was 41, but he seemed like he was 18,' says Dusty Sigvertsen's brother
Police say man may have facial injuries as a result of victim defending herself during Napier sex attack.
Four Hawke's Bay students are turning their love for dogs into a business.
'It's hosing down' says delighted Hawke's Bay farmer Matt Wade
Opposition to the long-planned dam continues, a month out from an expected D-Day.
Aussies' confusion about centre's title partly responsible for name change.
An aviation worker who suffered burns in an apparent refuelling accident at a Hawke's Bay aerodrome has been transferred to Hutt Hospital for specialist treatment.
The Hastings Gallery's new Lego installation is being visited by over 1500 people a week.
Dustin Sigvertsen, 41, was killed in a crash near Ongaonga, Hawke's Bay, on Wednesday.
Councillor who owns land affected by dam project can still vote on it, says auditor-general.
The 77-year-old attacked in his Hastings home on Saturday remains in hospital.
Man, 77, was victim of a violent robbery in own Hastings home by two women.
The man was deported from Australia and faced historical sex charges when he returned to New Zealand.
Trawler deckhand drank heavily and smoked cannabis before drowning in Hawke's Bay.
The Napier teenager broke away from the burly man after a short struggle.
The home of the nation's Top 40 pop chart is a lot more country than you might think.
The East Coast is in the grip of an earthquake that's been rumbling silently for a week. Did you feel it? Us neither.
Claimant group says a planned rahui on Lake Waikaremoana is not aimed at disrupting anglers.
Hawke's Bay skaters will roll around Napier to give a little girl a new set of wheels.
Children abused, toddlers murdered. This is not the New Zealand we want, writes Charlotte Grant.
A spicy tomato sauce developed by enterprising Havelock North students is "flying out the door".
Campbell Paterson was stabbed, his legs cut off and his body stuffed in a chilly bin.
Staff and students were told to stay inside after reports of a man with a gun.
Central Hawke's Bay Mayor Peter Butler won't seek re-election in October.
A former staff member of a Hastings primary school faces theft and credit card charges.
Napier skate club is 'simply not capable of running facility to desired standard' - council