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30 January 2015

Pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Hastings District Council will temporarily close to all traffic,

30 January 2015

The Hastings District Council is to begin construction of a new sewer main from Havelock North to Whakatu. This will provide increased capacity to the existing Havelock North trunk sewer network.

30 January 2015

Check out our open hours for Waitangi Day, Friday 6 February 2015. 

Rubbish and recycling collections

There is no change to rubbish and recycling collections. 

27 January 2015

One of the features of National Bike Wise month, the Go By Bike Breakfast is set to return to Hastings CBD.

The Hastings District Council organised event offers cyclists the chance to have breakfast on their daily commute to school or work.

Deputy Mayor Cynthia Bowers says “Whether you ride to work or school every day or this is just a one off, we want to see you in the Central Mall on Wednesday 11th February from 7am. You will be offered breakfast and there will be a chance to chat and find out more about cycling initiatives around Hawke’s Bay.”

26 January 2015

Hastings District Council supports the inaugural Hawke’s Bay Primary Sector Industry Leader award, as part of the Napier Port Hawke’s Bay Primary Sector Awards.

The Hawke’s Bay A&P Society is delighted to announce the Hastings District Council as naming sponsor of the inaugural Hawkes Bay Primary Sector Industry Leader Award that will recognise those that lead from the front through innovation, building creative and empowered teams to deliver significant businesses enriching our industry and economy.   

26 January 2015

The events of the day that ‘changed Hawke’s Bay forever’ will be remembered in Hastings CBD next Tuesday (3rd February).

The commemoration service for the 84rd anniversary of the Hawke’s Bay earthquake will begin in the Central Mall in Heretaunga Street, Hastings at 10.30am this Tuesday. The bell in the clock tower will ring out at 10.46am, to mark the exact time that the quake struck.

The massive earthquake on February 3rd 1931 is the single greatest natural disaster in the region’s recorded history. 93 lives were lost in Hastings, buildings collapsed, fires broke out and roads were destroyed. 

23 January 2015

Local developer, Lowmac Properties Ltd is to begin construction of the new “Village Exchange” complex in Havelock North during February.

23 January 2015

The Hastings District Council’s annual contestable funding round is now open. This fund supports local community organisations to deliver outcomes that will assist Hastings District Council to achieve its current and future strategic goals.

23 January 2015

Are you involved in an arts project, festival, performance or workshop?

23 January 2015

Public Notice is hereby given that a Commissioner Hearing will commence on Monday, 2 February 2015 at 11.00am, reconvene Tuesday, 3 February at 9.00am and continue on Thursday, 5 February at 9.00am in the Council Chamber, Civic Administration Building, Lyndon Road East, Hastings to address the fo


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