A givealittle page has been setup for the family of the four year old boy who died in a car accident in Dannevirke on Friday.
The accident happened on SH2 at the Wahipai Reserve around 4.20 last Friday afternoon.
A friend of Chloe Foster, whose son Dylan died in the accident, setup the page, with just over $15,000 raised as at this morning.
The givealittle page described Dylan as a “vivacious, courageous little boy” and “an old soul”.
The money will be used to help with funeral costs and ongoing support for the family.
Dannevirke New World Bakery Manager, Erin Potter, has been named as one of Foodstuffs North Island’s top bakers.
Erin is one of three in contention for the top spot as Foodstuffs baker of the year.
The winner will be announced at the co-operative’s excellence awards later this month.
Potter was one of 14 chosen from 100 applicants to compete in the final stage of the competition, which was a three-day bake-off challenge.
Contestants had to bake items such as a batch of shortbread biscuits, ciabatta bread, a cheesecake, and a mystery challenge with no recipe.
Transpower will undertake an aerial survey of powerlines across Hawke’s Bay this week.
Transpower says the survey will involve a helicopter flying at low levels of around 300 metres at various times.
The work will take place today and tomorrow.