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Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga will have its mobile COVID-19 and Influenza Vaccination Clinics out in CHB tomorrow.
The Clinics will visit Porangahau, Pourerere, Flemington, Omakere, OngaOnga and Elsthorpe throughout the day.
Full details of locations and times are available on the Central Hawke’s Bay District Council website and Facebook page.
Today there will also be a vaccine clinic at the Waipawa Rugby Clubrooms from 9am to 4pm, with Te Taiwhenua o Tamatea running a clinic this Sunday from 10am to 3pm.
One of New Zealand’s leading economic commentators will visit Central Hawke’s Bay next month.
Brad Olsen, who is a Principal Economist and Director at Infometrics for will be the headline speaker at a Business Breakfast on Friday July 15th.
Olsen will discuss Central Hawkes Bay’s economic conditions and future outlooks and will be a chance for local businesses to hear first-hand what is happening locally and regionally.
There will also be a Q & A session.
Tickets for the breakfast are available at
Central Hawke’s Bay Police are asking drivers to take care due to winter conditions.
Seven motor vehicle accidents have occurred over the past two weeks, the latest around 6am yesterday on the round-a-bout on Porangahau Road near A’Deane Park.
Senior Constable Andy Walker said winter conditions, along with driver’s falling asleep, and distractions have all been reasons for the crashes.  
He said there was also another at the intersection of SH2 and Higginson Street Otane, the third in the last couple of months.