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  • January: The annual break-up month

    January is notoriously the month when relationships are most likely to end, with the nickname ‘Divorce Day’ being assigned to January 3.

  • Battle continues for disabled

    Disability advocates in Napier still hope to see improvements to accessibility in the city while the Napier City Council (NCC) explores its options.

  • How to shift the dial on farm costs

    After 30 years’ dairying on the same Bay of Plenty farm, Donna and Corrie Smit have learned lessons on weathering everything from devastating floods to milk-price fluctuations.

  • Bike hire business weathers headwinds

    Napier’s Marine Parade-based bike business Fishbike is used to pedalling uphill.

  • Sounds sublime Sounds sublime

    PICTON HAD DAWNED BRIGHT and brilliant. The marina’s satiny blue waters gleamed like a nautical jewel.

  • L.A.B and friends get huge crowd pumping REVIEW

    Hawke’s Bay has had an awesome lineup of artists visit both Hastings and Napier this summer, and L.A.B were no exception.

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  • Rule change will spur wetland revival

    Changes to freshwater regulations will help farmers continue to invest in wetland restoration, DairyNZ says.

  • PM: Not ‘enough in the tank’

    An hour is a long time in politics. National leader Christopher Luxon’s declaration that his party chose Napier for its annual caucus because “we want to win this city back, and this electorate back” was overshadowed by the PM’s bombshell an hour later.

  • Chicks are ‘learning how to penguin’

    Three penguin partnerships at the National Aquarium of New Zealand in Napier have together produced a trio of cute offspring.

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