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23 February 2010

You won’t have to travel far to experience cultures from all corners of the earth on Saturday, 6 March 2010, as Hastings’ Cornwall Park hosts the annual Hawke’s Bay International Cultures Day.

23 February 2010

Residents of Haumoana and Te Awanga have formed a working group to create a Community Response Plan for how to “Get Ready, Get Thru” in a civil defence emergency.

13 February 2010

Hastings Mayor Lawrence Yule says someone will die if the prolific Pitbull breed is not brought under control.

12 February 2010

Early consultation for the Heretaunga Plains Urban Development Strategy shows there is a general consensus on the future of the region’s urban growth.

Napier City Council, Hastings District Council and Hawke’s Bay Regional Council are working together to design a plan for coordinated urban development across the Heretaunga Plains.

10 February 2010

Hastings District residents are being asked how they feel about pokie machines in a survey that will help Hastings District Council review its gambling policy.

9 February 2010

Hastings District Council and Napier City Council are working together to enhance library services to their communities.

A free reciprocal returns service has been launched for Hastings and Napier Library customers.

8 February 2010

Mums, dads, pre-schoolers and parents-to-be from across the district are invited to attend the Camberley Early Childhood Expo: “Under 5’s: Know How, Can Do!”.

3 February 2010

The Rural Fire authority has decided the fire risk has dropped enough to return to an Open Fire Season.

As of 8am, Wednesday February 3, it won’t be necessary to get a fire permit for fires in the open in both the Hastings District and Napier.

31 January 2010

One minute of violent shaking that changed the face of Hawke’s Bay will be remembered with seven heavenly voices on Wednesday.

The 79th Hawke’s Bay Earthquake commemoration will be held at the Hastings Clock Tower at 10.20am, on February 3.

29 January 2010

The long and balmy Hawke’s Bay summer evenings are perfect conditions for holidaymakers, barbecuing locals and unfortunately… taggers.