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Walking In A Hawke’s Bay Winter Wonderland

Walking In A Hawke’s Bay Winter Wonderland

Photographs by Selwyn Manning

This weekend’s snow-storm isolated the Central Hawke’s Bay after record snowfalls closed all roads and highways to Napier, Hastings and surrounding districts. Avid Sunday newspaper readers had to resort to internet news after discovering their Sunday newspapers were not able to get through.

By midday highways re-opened to traffic and fun.

The Big Freezy: Central Hawke’s Bay Snowed In

Robert Minto-Manning Prepares A Weather Report

Time for a hot brew!

Napier Marine Parade and Cape Kidnappers in Background

Napier Sound-Shell and Gardens

Veronica Bell

Pania Of The Reef

Napier Prison – Backpackers Within

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