News | Lower North Island
17 Oct 2021 11:00
NZCity News
NZCity CalculatorReturn to NZCity

  • Start Page
  • Personalise
  • Sport
  • Weather
  • Finance
  • Shopping
  • Jobs
  • Horoscopes
  • Lotto Results
  • Photo Gallery
  • Site Gallery
  • TVNow
  • Dating
  • SearchNZ
  • NZSearch
  • Crime.co.nz
  • RugbyLeague
  • Make Home
  • About NZCity
  • Contact NZCity
  • Your Privacy
  • Advertising
  • Login
  • Join for Free

  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower North Island articles  Lower North Island
    A man has been arrested in Hawkes Bay in relation to two separate serious assaults that occurred in Hastings on Thursday and yesterday
     29 August 2021
    A man has been arrested in Hawkes Bay in relation to two separate serious assaults that occurred in Hastings on Thursday and yesterday
    >> Read Article 
    >> Law and Order News 

    A large amount of methamphetamine and cash has been seized in Otaki
    26 Aug: A large amount of methamphetamine and cash has been seized in Otaki... more
    A milestone for former All Black Luke Romano in this afternoon's Bunnings NPC clash with Manawatu
    14 Aug: A milestone for former All Black Luke Romano in this afternoon's Bunnings NPC clash with Manawatu... more
    Napier Boys' High School is supporting the family of a student hit by a train this morning
    12 Aug: Napier Boys' High School is supporting the family of a student hit by a train this morning... more
    A Masterton woman has been arrested for allegedly scamming people on Facebook Marketplace
    12 Aug: A Masterton woman has been arrested for allegedly scamming people on Facebook Marketplace... more
    A cyclist remains in a critical condition in hospital after being struck by a train in southern Napier
    12 Aug: A cyclist remains in a critical condition in hospital after being struck by a train in southern Napier... more
    Manawatu coach Peter Russell is pleased his side's tactical approach to their NPC season opener against Counties Manukau paid off
    7 Aug: Manawatu coach Peter Russell is pleased his side's tactical approach to their NPC season opener against Counties Manukau paid off... more
    From Feilding High School classmates and teammates to being centurions for the All Blacks
    6 Aug: From Feilding High School classmates and teammates to being centurions for the All Blacks... more
    Masterton police are appealing for help after a gun was pointed at a service station employ during a robbery
    6 Aug: Masterton police are appealing for help after a gun was pointed at a service station employ during a robbery... more
    Hawkes Bay police are telling the public to keep an eye on their heavy vehicles after a rise in expensive battery thefts
    31 Jul: Hawkes Bay police are telling the public to keep an eye on their heavy vehicles after a rise in expensive battery thefts... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower North Island News
     21 Sep: Paragliders watched helplessly from the air as a fellow pilot crash landed on Te Mata Peak's cliff face this afternoon ++++++
     24 Sep: A van driver's died after colliding with a light truck at Linton, near Palmerston North +++++
     09 Oct: The Auckland truck driver who tested positive for Covid-19 last weekend, is in Palmerston North Hospital +++++
     02 Oct: A police officer in Palmerston North's been injured after being struck by a person on a dirt bike in Awapuni ++++
     09 Oct: Tasman's Ranfurly Shield drought continues ++++
     29 Sep: A Hawke's Bay man charged with incest has been given extra time to enter pleas ++++
     21 Sep: Rescue efforts are underway for a paraglider who's crashed on the Hawke's Bay Te Mata Peak, just before 5pm ++++

     Lower North Island NewsLinks
      7 Oct: Earthquake near stratford felt in south island (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Sep: 'potentially damaging' winds to hit lower north island, top of the south (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Sep: High winds hit lower north island ahead of evening front expected in wellington (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Sep: High winds batter lower north island, with wellington bracing for gales (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Sep: Wild weather: severe gales topple trees, power lines (RadioNZ)
      10 Sep: Severe gales topple trees, power lines (RadioNZ)
      9 Sep: Severe gales and rain to hit south, lower north island (RadioNZ)
      17 Aug: Wellington traffic: large slip blocks state highway 1 near paekakariki, motorists urged to take care (NZ Herald)
    more Lower North Island newslinks >>
     Top Stories

    RUGBY RUGBY
    A season of milestones continues for Hawke's Bay in the NPC More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    Little time for Rally New Zealand organisers to celebrate the event's inclusion back on the World Rally Championship calendar More...


     Today's News

    Soccer:
    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is hailing Mo Salah as the best player in the world after the Egyptian set up the opening goal and then scored arguably the goal of the Premier League season in a 5-nil romp at Watford 10:44

    Entertainment:
    Prince William's son Prince George was "annoyed" when he learned about littering 10:36

    Law and Order:
    Three US constable deputies have been shot in an ambush 10:24

    Christchurch:
    A person has been seriously injured after a two car crash in Christchurch this morning 10:14

    Entertainment:
    Daniel Craig feels "safer" in gay bars 10:06

    Entertainment:
    George Clooney has said that he "messed up" playing Batman 9:36

    International:
    Intersex people urge ban on non-consensual 'sex-normalisation' surgeries 9:24

    Politics:
    Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits church where British MP David Amess was stabbed to death 9:24

    Motorsports:
    Courtney Duncan has kept her major rival at bay ensuring she will head to the final round next weekend in pole position to secure a third straight women's motocross world championship title 9:24

    Tennis:
    Former Kiwi tennis player Cameron Norrie is about to take to the court in Indian Wells for the biggest match of his career 9:24

     News Search






    Power Search


    © 2021 New Zealand City Ltd