Hawkes Bay Today

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  • Every innings is an outing

    Simplicity is the key to Bayley Wiggins’ first-class cricket season after experiencing the game’s highs and lows in his first few red-ball outings for Central Districts.

  • Ancient slave room sheds light on Roman life

    Archaeologists at Pompeii have unearthed 2,000-year-old extendable beds likened to Ikea furniture for the ancient world.

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    Mike Williams column on our Facebook page headed “Vaccines have eradicated deadly diseases like polio — I should know”, drew these comments:

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  • Hiding in the haka

    Rather than be overly critical of an underwhelming and at times ugly 47-9 victory against Italy, All Blacks coach Ian Foster opted to frame the disjointed display as a steep learning curve for the inexperienced members of his wider squad.

  • Escape bid at youth justice facility

    An internal review is under way at an Oranga Tamariki youth justice facility after a group of teen offenders attempted to escape on Saturday night.

  • Christmas in Park goes all digital

    This year’s festive season will have a different feel, with ongoing Covid-19 uncertainty prompting the organiser of the annual Christmas at the Park event to move online.

  • It’s Luxon’s time, but he has Bridges to cross TALKING POINT

    Speaker Trevor Mallard has brought forward National’s first post-lockdown caucus meeting. His rule changes, which remove the Prime Minister’s excuse for not visiting Auckland, also allow Auckland-based National MPs to attend Parliament next week, including their Tuesday morning get-together.

  • EDITORIAL Pledges alone will not cool planet

    Few people on Earth would be under as much heat as the thousands of attendees at COP26 in chilly Glasgow. The people debating the future of the planet, including New Zealand Climate Change Minister James Shaw, have been put on notice by young and old alike.

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