Gangs in Hawke’s Bay: More patches, more players, fewer crimes

The fight to own Hawke’s Bay’s methamphetamine market has brought about an expansion of the region’s gang scene. Fourteen different gangs, and more than 1200 patched members, are now on the police’s watchlist. But those numbers don’t tell the full

Covid 19 coronavirus: Two more positive cases linked to Pullman Hotel being investigated by health officials

Two more people in the community who recently left managed isolation have tested positive for Covid-19 and health officials are now urgently re-testing the pair. The Ministry of Health said in a statement this evening that two other former returnees

Shoppers could pay more after no-deal Brexit

Shoppers will feel the impact of a no-deal Brexit at supermarket tills, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC said tariffs would add £3.1bn a year to the cost of importing food and drink unless the UK and EU

Universities: No parties and more online learning

Universities should switch to full online learning only as a last resort in the event of a local coronavirus outbreak, new guidance says. The hundreds of thousands of students due to arrive at England’s universities in the coming weeks also