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23 May 2024 8:20
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Excavators and machinery are operating on a beach at the mouth of the Esk River in Hawke's Bay again today, as police investigate the disappearance of Joseph Ahuriri

    Excavators and machinery are operating on a beach at the mouth of the Esk River in Hawke's Bay again today, as police investigate the disappearance of Joseph Ahuriri


    The man and his Toyota Hilux went missing during Cyclone Gabrielle last year.

    A cordon remains in place at the scene.

    Officers can be seen assisting a family inside the cordon, who are watching the ongoing excavation.

    Police have refused to provide details of the search, only issuing a general statement they're making enquiries as part of the ongoing investigation.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    Rugby:
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    Law and Order:
    Australian mother accused of bringing heroin and cocaine into Taiwan as part of 'drug transport syndicate' 8:17

    Business:
    The Reserve Bank governor says the Monetary Policy Committee spent considerable time discussing the possibility of hiking the Official Cash Rate 8:17

    Soccer:
    A longer contract for Phoenix football coach Giancarlo Italiano appears imminent 8:07

    Entertainment:
    Sofia Richie is "having a breakdown" before giving birth, according to her dad Lionel 8:06

    Business:
    A new bill to allow consumers to share their data with companies, hopes to give people more power 7:57

    Law and Order:
    A Police manhunt is continuing, after an active shooter alert at a South Auckland hotel last night 7:47

    Politics:
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    Wellington:
    Police and Coastguard volunteers will be training this evening in Wellington Harbour - to search for people when its dark outside 7:37


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