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The Napier Serious Crash Unit is still at the scene on State Highway 2 between Wairoa and Napier. Motorists travelling through the area should expect delays of a few hours.
A Wairoa policeman has become the fourth officer to be attacked while on the job this month. The officer was stopping two men suspected of carrying out a series of burglaries on the East Coast on Boxing Day. The constable has been treated in hospital
04 17/12/2010 Police are advising drivers to pull over to the side of the road if they feel amorous after a couple rolled their car while attempting a kiss near Wairoa. Senior sergeant Tony Bates said the couple in their twenties from Hastings were
A Hastings couple in their twenties were in a car that went out of control, crashed into a ditch, and rolled a couple of times, near Nuhaka mid-afternoon. Police say the male driver leant over to give his girlfriend a kiss, and was momentarily
There will no ban on gang patches in the northern Hawke's Bay town of Wairoa. Wairoa was not Wanganui -- the problems are different and so will be the solutions, Wairoa District Council councillors told a meeting yesterday. Two gang-related shootings
A two-year-old boy whose arm was amputated after being caught in a lawnmower in Wairoa on Saturday is in a stable condition. The boy had fallen in front of a ride-on mower being driven by his mother at a private residence, a St John Ambulance
The Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter was called in to the North Island East Cape town about 9.45. The boy was flown to Hawke's Bay Hospital in Hastings where the amputation was performed.
More than 100 workers at Affco's Wairoa meatworks have been laid off, just weeks after returning to work. Work restarted at the plant three weeks ago after the about 200 workers on the lamb and mutton operation had been off work for five months due
Wairoa District council is drafting legislation to ban gang patches following two recent shootings in the town. A 17-year-old Black Power member was shot in the chest outside the Mongrel Mob headquarters in Wairoa on October 25. Four days later, a 48-
The Government is to discuss law changes giving police greater powers to deal with gangs following two gang shootings in Wairoa last week. Police met Wairoa District councillors and local MP Chris Tremain today to discuss ongoing gang problems in the