Sean Hogan
She has arrived home to Napier after competing in the inaugural women’s scooter finals at the World Roller Games in Spain.
Napier's newly minted scooter star eyes gold after turning heads at World Roller Games
The incident sent seome schools in the area into lockdown.
Napier man at centre of 11-hour standoff named after pleading guilty
The incident sent seome schools in the area into lockdown.
Gang chant rings out in court as Napier standoff suspect led into custody
Hastings farmers have had thousands of dollars’ worth of livestock killed in raids by dogs.
Hastings farmers face sleepless nights as livestock-killing dogs cause chaos
Timber will be the main cargo, but there’s support for a regular passenger service, too.
After seven long years, crucial railway link between Napier and Wairoa re-opens
Asthma and Respiratory Foundation chief executive Letitia O’Dwyer joined Breakfast to discuss the alternative to smoking.
Health experts hesitant about vaping promotion as Government encourages smoking alternative
Rex Timu says the meeting with the Hastings District Council and Te Mata Park was successful.
Mongrel Mob patching ceremonies will continue to be allowed on Te Mata Peak after council meets with gang members
The maunga hosts hikers, tourists, the odd wedding and sometimes gang patching ceremonies.
Hastings mayor to speak with Mongrel Mob after sacred Te Mata peak closed for patching ceremony
Charlie O’Brien is using the school holidays to try and smash an interesting world record.
Hawke's Bay teen hopes to break world playground-swinging record
However, worries about the UK's stalling Brexit plans are adding a sour note.
Kiwi winemakers calling this year's harvest the best they've seen
James Marr and Ishan Parmar will remain in the city centre with limited shade until this afternoon
Hastings students lock themselves in small metal cage in protest at 'inadequate' prison conditions
The move means Hastings District Council could now face legal action if anyone else is hurt in a slip.
Road to Cape Kidnappers to be re-opened, after slip that injured tourists
Its early arrival has puzzled health officials who believe it to be the strain commonly known as swine flu.
Two Hawke's Bay orchard workers contract swine flu, as 80 seasonal workers report 'flu-like illness'
The problem has caused multiple flight delays and some cancellations.
Napier Air Traffic control tower's staffing issues skyrocket forcing Airways to scramble to second staff
Cape Kidnappers walk should remain shut for at least six months, interim report says
The Conservation Department's Steven Taylor says hazards were identified outside the public conservation site at Cape Kidnappers.
'Extremely concerned' - DOC to review safety of walks after it ignored safety warnings at Cape Kidnappers
An aerial photo of the landslide site at Cape Kidnappers after a second event on February 2.
DOC promoted Cape Kidnappers walk despite 'unacceptable risks' warnings of slips and rockfall
Tait hasn’t competed at the Olympics in 16 years.
Four time Olympian Blyth Tait not done yet with eyes on Tokyo 2020
Man, 19, appears in court over Hastings attack which left man, 56, with critical injuries
Haami Hanara fatally stabbed Kelly Donner, 40, during a fight involving a group of youths in March.
Fifteen-year-old sentenced to life for murder of Hawke's Bay rough sleeper
Son Jungho talked with 1 NEWS reporter Sean Hogan.
Tourist recounts the moment Cape Kidnappers cliff collapsed, forcing him to run for the sea
The industry has grown quickly - especially in the production of manuka honey.
Beekeepers say there's not enough food for all hives as more and more are created
Viliamu Samu, also known as Joe Matamata, denies all charges.
Man accused of 18 charges of human trafficking and slavery intends to plead not guilty
McLean Park will host Wednesday ODI series opener, nearly two years after their last match.
'The guys said it's perfect' - Napier ready for international cricket return after two-year absence
It’s been bubbling away since early December and could provide clues about our biggest fault line.
'Mud volcano' near Gisborne generating huge interest among science community
The Regional Economic Development Minister says the industry needs to take more responsibility.
Shane Jones hits back at apple growers who say they can’t find enough workers
Social housing is becoming increasingly difficult to provide, forcing some back on the streets.
Emergency housing options in Hawke's Bay being squeezed by swelling summer population
How Ricardo Christie’s family helped him get back on the World Surf League’s Championship Tour
Today the jury took three and a half hours to reach a verdict over Kelly Donner's death, outside a Flaxmere pub in March.
Family of Haami Hanara react after 14-year-old found guilty of murdering Hawke’s Bay man - 'He's a sweet kid'
181119 NEWS. Photo: STUFF. Haami Hanara, 14, on trial for murder in the Napier High Court.
Lawyer for 14-year-old accused of stabbing Hawke's Bay rough sleeper to death says not enough evidence to convict - 'asking you to fill in the gaps'