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32-year-old Pierre Paludet was last seen in the Huamoana reserve area on Friday.
Ngati Pahauwera have partnered with Lumino The Dentists to give free dental care to cash-strapped residents of Wairoa.
Cash-strapped residents of the Hawke's Bay town were keen to take up the volunteer dentists' services.
The youths called in a pizza order and waited for the 22-year-old male victim to arrive late last night.
CPR was performed but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police have named the woman as Amy Jenny Brown, aged 35, from Taupo.
A woman got into trouble while trying to help two children last night.
Two children made it out of the water at Haumaona.
Fires have been lit in hedges, trees and a tractor in the suburb of Frimley in recent weeks.
A large number of patients with minor injuries and illnesses have led to the cancellations.
Statistics suggest most regions' number of house listings for December have dropped compared to 2016.
A man, who police say may have wounds to his arms, is wanted over the blaze.
The large sperm whale washed up on Mahia beach last night and died this morning.
It's thought a car struck the gas pipe.
MetService issued a severe weather watch for Gisborne and a warning for heavy rain in the Hawke's Bay.
Natalie Gray, 28, left her home address in Takapau sometime after 10.30am yesterday.
The Serious Crash Unit is investigating.
"We never intended to alienate or divide any part of our community by developing the public track" - Craggy Range CEO Michael Wilding.
Dust monitors will see how much soil is being lost through wind erosion.
Police say a 17-year-old male is due to appear in Hastings District Court today.
Police are carrying out a scene examination in the Tutira area.
It was a case of so close yet so far for the historic launch attempt, which is now set for Thursday.
If the Electron successfully makes it to orbit, it will release three small satellites into orbit.
A damning report into the Havelock North saga has been released.
"All of our reservoirs are now looking more healthy."
The water alert level has been lowered from level four to level two.
Some residents aren't happy about the restrictions.
No outdoor water use is permitted for the next few days.
On Wednesday a 46-year-old man was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery over the incident.
Locals are being advised to look out for flash flooding and slips.
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The pair kept their cool as they took part in some traditional pre-bout posturing.
The Cranberries became international stars in the 1990s with hits including Zombie and Linger.
Early buildings, a fort and shells have been discovered at the CBD site.
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