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- Park plays witness to another commanding double century
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- Soccer: Gung-ho ref can't stop Bay machine
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- In our continuing monthly drink-drive list of shame, Hawke's Bay Today names Bay people, or those convicted in local courts, for driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
- Seven months after a car crash almost claimed his life, Dannevirke's Dave Mulinder was back delivering the newspaper on Monday.
- Sir Paul Holmes remains at his Hawkes Bay home after he was discharged from hospital yesterday.
- Well-travelled British band The Hollies produced a polished performance backed by a warm Hawke's Bay evening on February 4, pleasing fans who packed out the Church Road venue to hear their iconic sound made famous 50 years ago. Photos: Duncan Brown
- Family, friends and media descended on Hawke's Bay Airport this week to welcome Matisse Reid home after her six years in the US. Born with a rare disease and unable to eat, the youngster left her hometown of Napier in 2007 for the US, before undergoing a stomach, duodenum, pancreas and bowel transplant in 2010. This week the 12-year-old returned home to Napier to live. We trawled through our photo archives and found some gems dating back to when the brave youngster first made headlines in December 2005.
- Sir Paul Holmes has been knighted by Governor General at his Mana Lodge estate near Hastings.
- A combination of beauty and brains impressed the judges leading to southern girl Zarae Davis being crowned Miss Waimarama at the 2013 beach day. The 19-year-old was in Hawke's Bay staying with friends before returning to Victoria University in Wellington where she studies Bio Medical Science. Photos: Duncan Brown
- Broadcasting legend Sir Paul Holmes died peacefully at his home in Hawke's Bay on Friday 1 February about 10 days after he was knighted for his services to broadcasting and the community. Compiled by Peter Fowler.
- Te Matau A Maui, a double hulled sailing waka arrived in Napier in late December 2012 after an 18 month pacific journey to a powhiri by Ngati Kahungunu. PHOTOS: Warren Buckland
- With Hawke's Bay enjoying a fine start to the New Year, Hawke's Bay Today photographers Glenn Taylor, Paul Taylor and Warren Buckland have been out and about capturing the summer fun.
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