A body has been found washed up on a Hawke's Bay beach as Cyclone Gabrielle continues to take its toll on the region.
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Progress on Hawke’s Bay Māori birthing unit sluggish
Photo / File Through a critical review into racial discrimination in Hawke’s Bay maternity, the progress on seeing a key-recommended Māori birthing unit is almost nil.
IronMāori back with record numbers
By Michael Cugley, Te Rito journalism cadet.
Pride hīkoi sees takatāpui advocate become the voice of her Hawke's Bay community
Paris Brown (Ngāti Kahungunu) is a Māori advocate for takatāpui on the East Coast and Hawke's Bay regions.
'Never blame yourself' judge tells mother of abused child
"Please, you must never blame yourself for what happened here."
Ancient pā sites reopening celebrated in Hawke's Bay
Credit / Central Hawke's Bay District Council
Cannabis strain for chronic pain, sees court action
When orthodox medicine failed to alleviate an injured man's chronic pain he set up a high-tech growing room and developed a specific strain of cannabis to treat himself.
Hospital staff refuse treatment; tāne Māori dies, for using f word- report
A man died after being refused treatment at Hawke's Bay Hospital’s emergency department because he swore, a new report claims.
Making horticulture an industry to bring whānau back to their Wairoa whenua
A Hawke's Bay iwi is hoping horticulture will be the drawcard to keep whānau from leaving their rohe and eventually bring other whānau back home.
Gisborne to Napier: Councillors vote to restore rail
Gisborne councillors have voiced their support for the reinstatement of a mothballed rail line, which could play an important role in the distribution of the region's goods if it gets the green light.