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    Licence guru helps aspiring drivers in Hawke's Bay

    Many youth today don’t see the value or importance of having a driver’s licence until it’s too late. Every time an unlicenced driver jumps into a vehicle with the intention to drive is a 50% chance they will end up with a fine. However, this is still not an incentive for unlicenced drivers to become qualified.

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    First female captain in the Ross Shield competition

    Kahlia Awa has been named the first female captain in the 115 year history of The Ross Shield, a pinnacle of primary school rugby in Hawke's Bay that has started the career of many All Blacks.

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    Water conservation order protest misguided say hapū

    Ngāti Hori ki Kohupatiki are one of six groups that lodged a now controversial water conservation order on two of Hawke's Bays major rivers, an order that yesterday saw hundreds protest against it, but Ngāti Hori say protestors have got it wrong.

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    New location for TKKM o Te Wānanga Whare Tāpere o Takitimu

    A new site has been purchased for Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Wānanga Whare Tāpere o Takitimu in Hastings, Education Minister Nikki Kaye and Associate Education Minister Tim Macindoe announced today.

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    Boil water notice issued for Whirinaki

    The Whirinaki water supply has today been chlorinated and a Boil Water Notice issued after low levels of e-Coli were found in the network.

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    Hawkes Bay school’s success recognised at PM’s Education Awards

    Hawkes Bay’s William Colenso College took out the Excellence in Leading Award as a joint awards winner at the Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards ceremony held tonight in Auckland.  The Judges noted that the Napier school set out to transform the achievement of students, especially among Māori learners. 

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    Hastings Police call for assistance after serious assault in Camberley

    A young man has been admitted to Hawke’s Bay Hospital in a critical condition following an incident at an address on Huia Street, Camberley, Hastings at approximately 4:15 am this morning.

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    NZ Māori women's hockey take the silver medal

    Poverty Bay has broken the winning streak of the New Zealand Māori in the women's Affiliates final at the Festival of Hockey today, taking home the 2-0 win.

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    Hawkes Bay installation teaches Polynesian navigation

    Today the Hawkes Bays first giant size celestial Star Compass has opened at Waitangi Park in Napier. It's a project three years in the making and will be used to teach people about traditional navigation.

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    Napier Police appeal for information after man grabs at high school student

    Napier Police are appealing for information after a Tamatea High School student was approached and grabbed by a man as she walked to school this morning.

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