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  • My brother died, and then it got worse ...

    So many major things have happened in the past two weeks that it’s hard to know what to write about today. But I think I’ll start with the most devastating. That is, my younger brother Johnny passed away very suddenly.

  • Blossom Parade’s ‘glory days’ return

    The “incredible” Blossom Parade and the accompanying festival held over the weekend attracted the biggest crowd Hastings’ longest-serving councillor says he’s seen in decades.

  • Escape to a world of fantasy with Tarquin REVIEW

    Tarquin the Honest: The Hand of Glodd

  • Life without the Log

    The Hawke’s Bay Magpies are already back on the horse, chasing a historic first national Premiership title to make up for the disappointment of losing the Ranfurly Shield to Wellington on Saturday.

  • Bay movie hub’s fate in balance

    The future of an “incredibly exciting” project to build a multimillion-dollar film studio on Hawke’s Bay farmland will be decided after a hearing next month.

  • Good way to give your favourite charity a boost

    Z Energy’s Good in the Hood initiative is back and each time you fill up your car you get a chance to vote for your favourite local charity or community group.

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  • Dixie looking for a new home

    Meet Dixie, one of the friendly pups at the Hastings District Council animal control centre looking for their forever homes.

  • Strategy paves path for future of youth

    Supporting and investing in the young people of Hastings district is the aim of a new youth strategy that sets out the vision and goals of local rangatahi.

  • SWEET ON CITRUS

    CITRUS ADDS ZING and zest to the cuisines of many countries. Duck a l’orange has long been a favourite with the French; in Morocco, lemons are pickled in a brine of salt and lemon juice and added to poultry and olive dishes; in southern China — where oranges have been cultivated since 2500BC — cooks use minced dried orange peel for flavouring meat and fish dishes as we would salt and pepper. And for me, fish and chips without lemon wedges is inconceivable.

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