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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower North Island articles  Lower North Island
    A man's been airlifted to Waikato Hospital following a crash on State Highway Two at Putorino, in Hawke's Bay
     25 October 2020
    A man's been airlifted to Waikato Hospital following a crash on State Highway Two at Putorino, in Hawke's Bay
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    >> Accident and Emergency News 

    There's been a crash on State Highway 2 near Putorino, north of Napier
    25 Oct: There's been a crash on State Highway 2 near Putorino, north of Napier... more
    Just one step to a bigger goal
    25 Oct: Just one step to a bigger goal... more
    Hawke's Bay's in control of their second Ranfurly Shield defence
    24 Oct: Hawke's Bay's in control of their second Ranfurly Shield defence... more
    Thousands of people have felt a 4.5 magnitude earthquake in the lower North Island
    24 Oct: Thousands of people have felt a 4.5 magnitude earthquake in the lower North Island... more
    The Silver Ferns will be without their captain for tonight's quad series match against the New Zealand under-21s in Palmerston North
    23 Oct: The Silver Ferns will be without their captain for tonight's quad series match against the New Zealand under-21s in Palmerston North... more
    New Zealand A are lamenting an inability to adapt to the Silver Ferns' changes in their opening game of netball's Cadbury Series in Palmerston North
    22 Oct: New Zealand A are lamenting an inability to adapt to the Silver Ferns' changes in their opening game of netball's Cadbury Series in Palmerston North... more
    An investigation into the cause of yesterday's fatal crash near Tarawera, is continuing
    20 Oct: An investigation into the cause of yesterday's fatal crash near Tarawera, is continuing... more
    Another life lost on one of New Zealand deadliest state highways
    19 Oct: Another life lost on one of New Zealand deadliest state highways... more
    Napier Port is refusing to let a ship with 21 close contacts of a port worker who tested positive for Covid-19 dock
    19 Oct: Napier Port is refusing to let a ship with 21 close contacts of a port worker who tested positive for Covid-19 dock... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower North Island News
     10 Oct: One person has died following a serious crash late morning on State Highway 2 at Waipawa, in central Hawke's Bay ++++
     30 Sep: A conviction's been overturned for a former Napier City councillor found guilty of drowning his wife in a Canadian lake ...and he may go to trial for a third time ++++
     19 Oct: Napier Port is refusing to let a ship with 21 close contacts of a port worker who tested positive for Covid-19 dock ++++
     19 Oct: Another life lost on one of New Zealand deadliest state highways ++++
     02 Oct: One person has died following a collision between two cars on the Hawke's Bay Expressway in Napier +++
     24 Oct: Thousands of people have felt a 4.5 magnitude earthquake in the lower North Island +++
     03 Oct: Counties Manukau will welcome back one of their most destructive attacking forces when they host Manawatu in the Mitre 10 Cup this afternoon +++

     Lower North Island NewsLinks
      24 Oct: 'bit of a jolt' as magnitude 4.5 earthquake rattles lower north island (NZ Herald)
      24 Oct: Earthquake shakes lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Oct: Red wash: clean election sweep for labour across wellington region, wairarapa and lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: 'weather bomb': snow blankets the south, strong winds in the north (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Sep: Heavy rain for parts of the north island and lower south island (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Sep: Weather: heavy rain for central and lower north island (NZ Herald)
      22 Sep: Heavy rain or gales on way for much of south island, lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: Weather: strong 120kmh gales, heavy rain set to batter south island, parts of the north island (Stuff.co.nz)
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