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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower North Island articles  Lower North Island
    Hawkes Bay police are telling the public to keep an eye on their heavy vehicles after a rise in expensive battery thefts
     31 July 2021
    Hawkes Bay police are telling the public to keep an eye on their heavy vehicles after a rise in expensive battery thefts
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    Decades of preparation for the Tokyo Olympics and the taekwondo medal dream is over in six minutes
    27 Jul: Athletes spend years, decades even, to appear and perform at the Olympic Games. For some though, the entire experience can be over inside six minutes.... more
    A man's been arrested after an armed hold-up near Napier
    25 Jul: A man's been arrested after an armed hold-up near Napier... more
    A huge win for Hawke's Bay to round out their slate of Heartland Ranfurly Shield challenges ahead of the Bunnings' NPC
    24 Jul: A huge win for Hawke's Bay to round out their slate of Heartland Ranfurly Shield challenges ahead of the Bunnings' NPC... more
    The Wellington Saints are National Basketball League champions after a nail-biting 77-75 victory over the Hawke's Bay Hawks in the final in Porirua
    24 Jul: The Wellington Saints are National Basketball League champions after a nail-biting 77-75 victory over the Hawke's Bay Hawks in the final in Porirua... more
    Two men are due in the Palmerston North District Court today, charged over the burglary of a jewellery store
    14 Jul: Two men are due in the Palmerston North District Court today, charged over the burglary of a jewellery store... more
    Clive Palmer says 50 per cent of animals involved in trials for Australia's COVID vaccines died. Is he correct?
    9 Jul: Businessman Clive Palmer has claimed that 50 per cent of animals which were involved in trials for COVID-19 vaccines now available in Australia died. It echoes an already-debunked claim from a US lawmaker.... more
    A Palmerston North shoe shop worker who performed inappropriate acts with colleague's shoes... has been discharged without conviction
    7 Jul: A Palmerston North shoe shop worker who performed inappropriate acts with colleague's shoes... has been discharged without conviction... more
    Pace - or lack thereof - will be the name of the game for North Otago tonight when they face Hawke's Bay for the Ranfurly Shield
    30 Jun: Pace - or lack thereof - will be the name of the game for North Otago tonight when they face Hawke's Bay for the Ranfurly Shield... more
    Napier Library ... in Hawke's Bay's MTG building ... is closed to the public -- after the discovery of a potentially explosive substance in the MTG collections
    30 Jun: Napier Library ... in Hawke's Bay's MTG building ... is closed to the public -- after the discovery of a potentially explosive substance in the MTG collections... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower North Island News
     09 Jul: Clive Palmer says 50 per cent of animals involved in trials for Australia's COVID vaccines died. Is he correct? +++++++
     14 Jul: Two men are due in the Palmerston North District Court today, charged over the burglary of a jewellery store +++++
     07 Jul: A Palmerston North shoe shop worker who performed inappropriate acts with colleague's shoes... has been discharged without conviction +++++
     27 Jul: Decades of preparation for the Tokyo Olympics and the taekwondo medal dream is over in six minutes ++++
     31 Jul: Hawkes Bay police are telling the public to keep an eye on their heavy vehicles after a rise in expensive battery thefts ++++
     24 Jul: A huge win for Hawke's Bay to round out their slate of Heartland Ranfurly Shield challenges ahead of the Bunnings' NPC ++++
     24 Jul: The Wellington Saints are National Basketball League champions after a nail-biting 77-75 victory over the Hawke's Bay Hawks in the final in Porirua +++

     Lower North Island NewsLinks
      16 Jul: Weather: strong winds buffet north island as south prepares for deluge (NZ Herald)
      5 Jul: Kindergartens switch to pen and paper after global kaseya ransomware attack (NZ Herald)
      5 Jul: Kaseya ransomware attack hits new zealand kindergartens (RadioNZ)
      5 Jul: Prominent sportsman convicted of computer crime charges keeps name suppression (NZ Herald)
      28 Jun: Cloudy water causes problems for water supplies in lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Jun: Weather: horizons regional council rules out opening moutua floodgates (NZ Herald)
      28 Jun: $80m quake-resilience upgrade for lower north island's fuel supply line in lower hutt (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Jun: Rain causing problems for travellers in lower north island (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Basketball:
    Tokyo Olympics live updates: Women's marathon swimming, skateboarding park events get underway 9:06

    Entertainment:
    DaBaby has been dropped from the Lollapalooza line-up following his homophobic comments at Rolling Loud 9:04

    Business:
    There's surprise the Reserve Bank is looking to crack down on low deposit lending 8:35

    Entertainment:
    after her medal-winning performances 8:34

    Environment:
    Around 150 homes in Auckland are still without power after yesterday's gale force winds 8:15

    Politics:
    Police are set to change the way they issue formal warnings -- following a damning judgement from the High Court 8:05

    Health & Safety:
    Wellington's Hospitality scene says it will feel the loss of this year's two All Black's test matches 8:05

    Entertainment:
    Kate Beckinsale says Uma Thurman is her “fairy godmother” after she allowed the actress to stay in her cockroach-infested home while she was finding her feet in Hollywood 8:04

    Business:
    Police say young people are egging each other on, to commit crime around Hamilton businesses 7:46

    Rugby League:
    The men's track pursuit team are upset at missing a chance for a gold medal 7:36

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