Ongoing protests and vandalism have forced the explorer's move.
It may have led to this week's Dannevirke shake.
The embattled Labour MP said she wants to be a minister again.
"I feel like I've got knots in my legs and I probably look like a ghost."
Forty hours is a long time on a swing, but Charlie is up for it.
A similar event happened before the 2011 Japanese earthquake.
"There's a voice in my head saying 'You're a long way from Gisborne now, bro'."
"The reality is it isn't a matter of if, but when."
Lewis was the first person of Māori descent to marry into the royal family.
Staff at St Mary's Star of the Sea are not pleased.
Group of Gisborne farmers manage stress and work-life balance in a novel approach.
Thousands are expected at the Te Kupenga Racecourse for possibly the last time.
It's D-Day for Gisborne residents to conserve as much water as they can.
A major leak to a main supply pipe has led to widespread water restrictions.