Mon 17

Youth Council – Wairoa

May 17 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Mon 17

29th Whisky Appreciation Evening

May 17 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Are you eating your credit card?

That’s what a new study of microplastics reported in Nature estimates. Scientists have been worrying about microplastics (and more recently, nanoparticles, which are not confined to plastics) for twenty years […]

Lofty ambitions

In the 2018-19 financial year, more than 750,000 passengers moved through Hawke’s Bay Airport (HBAL) and every year around 400,000 visitors will come through the doors and 20,000 aircraft will […]

NZ glaciers shrinking

Research published in Nature, based on analysis of high-resolution satellite imagery, has established that during 2000–2019, glaciers worldwide (about 220,000 of them) lost a mass of approximately 267 gigatonnes per year, accounting […]

Wings and Wildlife – May

May’s Wings and Wildlife community newsletter, prepared by Jessica Maxwell, is now available for download here. This month’s destination is the Botanical Gardens in Napier. Plus school tree planting initiative at Te Mata […]


Wine … Matisse style

It’s mid-March and I’m at a third birthday party.  Smoke rises from the Asado and twists up into the fairy and festoon lights, Malbec flows and the Argentinian-style beef is […]

Hastings City Art Gallery presents

Three new exhibitions open in May at the Hastings City Art Gallery with an exhibition of paintings by Gisborne-based artist Brian Campbell opening on May 8, the Dali Susanto distinctive […]

Roy Dunningham

BayBuzz was immensely fortunate to have Roy Dunningham, recently deceased, as a frequent contributor over the years keenly observing our local arts scene. No one was a more ardent champion of […]