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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower North Island articles  Lower North Island
    Wellington have beaten Hawke's Bay 117-91 in National Basketball League action at Napier
     21 June 2024
    Wellington have beaten Hawke's Bay 117-91 in National Basketball League action at Napier
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    Police have taken a 35-year-old man into custody, seizing drugs, guns, and around 500 vapes in a Wairarapa arrest
    20 Jun: Police have taken a 35-year-old man into custody, seizing drugs, guns, and around 500 vapes in a Wairarapa arrest... more
    Wairoa Police say there's no ongoing risk to the public, after an Armed Offenders Squad call-out in the Hawke's Bay town
    18 Jun: Wairoa Police say there's no ongoing risk to the public, after an Armed Offenders Squad call-out in the Hawke's Bay town... more
    State Highway 2 at Whakaki, just north of the Hawke's Bay's town of Wairoa has now closed - as the road's expected to be blocked for some time
    18 Jun: State Highway 2 at Whakaki, just north of the Hawke's Bay's town of Wairoa has now closed - as the road's expected to be blocked for some time... more
    One lane has reopened on State Highway One south of Taihape, after a truck rolled early this morning
    17 Jun: One lane has reopened on State Highway One south of Taihape, after a truck rolled early this morning... more
    A motorcyclist's been airlifted to hospital in a critical condition following a crash in Aorangi, east of Feilding
    16 Jun: A motorcyclist's been airlifted to hospital in a critical condition following a crash in Aorangi, east of Feilding... more
    Enquiries are continuing today into a reported fight in Napier's Maraenui yesterday afternoon
    10 Jun: Enquiries are continuing today into a reported fight in Napier's Maraenui yesterday afternoon... more
    Napier Police have lifted cordons after an operation in Maraenui, during which they asked people to avoid the area
    9 Jun: Napier Police have lifted cordons after an operation in Maraenui, during which they asked people to avoid the area... more
    Police are calling for information after a crash in Palmerston North left one person dead last night
    9 Jun: Police are calling for information after a crash in Palmerston North left one person dead last night... more
    A person has died following a four car crash in Palmerston North last night
    9 Jun: A person has died following a four car crash in Palmerston North last night... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower North Island News
     04 Jun: A staff member from a Hawkes Bay school is facing five charges of indecency involving boys +++++++++
     17 Jun: One lane has reopened on State Highway One south of Taihape, after a truck rolled early this morning ++++++
     04 Jun: A gang funeral attended by hundreds has wrapped up without significant problems in Hawke's Bay's Waipawa ++++++
     09 Jun: Napier Police have lifted cordons after an operation in Maraenui, during which they asked people to avoid the area ++++++
     02 Jun: Police officers injured and their cars damaged as they tried to disrupt a large anti-social crowd in Levin overnight ++++++
     22 May: Diverse imports have been identified as one of the keys to Napier Port's financial success ++++++
     03 Jun: A gang tangi in Hawke's Bay which has attracted more than one-thousand people, is expected to conclude today ++++++

     Lower North Island NewsLinks
      18 Jun: Unsettled weather expected in the capital (RadioNZ)
      4 Jun: 4.1 magnitude earthquake rattles lower north island (RadioNZ)
      3 Jun: Awapuni library proposal trimmed back in spending cuts (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Jun: Live: big waves picked for lower north island, chathams (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 May: Deep south the ‘poor cousins’: nz thoroughbred racing criticised (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 May: Nph - 2024 half year results (sharechat.co.nz)
      21 May: Weather updates: warnings may be extended, metservice says (RadioNZ)
      8 May: Endangered bats heard in wellington region for first time in years (Stuff.co.nz)
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