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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower North Island articles  Lower North Island
    A second person has been arrested in relation to a firearms incident in Napier last Sunday
     26 January 2020
    A second person has been arrested in relation to a firearms incident in Napier last Sunday
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    Double Olympic champion shot putter Valerie Adams has qualified for the Tokyo Games with just her second throw at the Potts Classic Athletics meet in Hastings
    25 Jan: Double Olympic champion shot putter Valerie Adams has qualified for the Tokyo Games with just her second throw at the Potts Classic Athletics meet in Hastings... more
    Levin Police have recovered a stolen car and two stolen motorbikes from a Shannon address
    24 Jan: Levin Police have recovered a stolen car and two stolen motorbikes from a Shannon address... more
    Manawatu Police have arrested four teenagers, over five armed robberies at dairies and service stations across the district
    23 Jan: Manawatu Police have arrested four teenagers, over five armed robberies at dairies and service stations across the district... more
    A Napier man's been arrested, after calling a woman 108 times in three weeks
    22 Jan: A Napier man's been arrested, after calling a woman 108 times in three weeks... more
    Drugs, illegal firearms and ammunition have been seized as investigations continue into gang tensions in Hawke's Bay
    22 Jan: Drugs, illegal firearms and ammunition have been seized as investigations continue into gang tensions in Hawke's Bay... more
    A 25-year-old is in hospital with gunshot injuries to his face, head and torso after a gang brawl in Taradale, in Napier
    20 Jan: A 25-year-old is in hospital with gunshot injuries to his face, head and torso after a gang brawl in Taradale, in Napier... more
    A shocking near-miss - with a pellet found lodged in a child's car seat after a gang brawl in Taradale, Napier
    20 Jan: A shocking near-miss - with a pellet found lodged in a child's car seat after a gang brawl in Taradale, Napier... more
    Police are still searching for those involved in a brawl outside a Napier restaurant
    20 Jan: Police are still searching for those involved in a brawl outside a Napier restaurant... more
    Police have confirmed one person has been taken to hospital, after a firearms incident in Taradale
    19 Jan: Police have confirmed one person has been taken to hospital, after a firearms incident in Taradale... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower North Island News
     31 Jul: Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal crash on State Highway 2 near Takapau in Central Hawke's Bay last night ++++++
     02 Aug: A man has died after fleeing from police in the Hastings suburb of Flaxmere +++++
     25 Jul: A two car crash has closed Raukawa Rd and Burma Rd in Hastings ++++
     19 Jul: There's been a single-vehicle crash on the Hawkes Bay Expressway ++++
     24 Jul: Police say there were Mongrel; Mobs links to the arrest of a man in Napier for drugs and firearms offences ++++
     12 Aug: Police have seized $1.6 million in assets and six people have been arrested after raids across across Hawkes Bay +++
     16 Jul: A magnitude 4.4 earthquake has been recorded in Hawke's Bay +++

     Lower North Island NewsLinks
      8 Aug: 4.7 earthquake strikes central new zealand (NZ Herald)
      2 Jul: Chilly southerly blast hits lower north island, brings snow, 125kmh wind gusts (RadioNZ)
      1 Jul: One person dead after a tractor incident at lower north island farm (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Jun: Transmission gully delays, covid-19 leave market uncertain for house sellers (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Jun: North island doctor found guilty of unjustified clinical breast examinations is appealing (NZ Herald)
      10 Jun: Power price shuffle means fairer prices, lower emissions - electricity authority (RadioNZ)
      31 May: More shaking: magnitude 3.6 earthquake near levin (NZ Herald)
      31 May: 4.7 magnitude earthquake jolts lower, central north island including wellington (NZ Herald)
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