Pay your dog registration by Friday to receive a $20 prompt payment discount.
It's easy to pay now - do it in your time online. Hassle free, no waiting in a queue.
All dogs 3 months and over must be registered before 31 July.
You're invited to the official opening and blessing of Oneroa beachfront cycle and walkway.
Join us at 12noon on Saturday 1 August. Meet at the Midway Beach end, then we'll walk to Waikanae and hear the stories behind the design by artist Derek Lardelli.
Lookout platforms, picnic tables, showers and drinking fountains feature on the walkway. The recycled timber seating was carved by Toihoukura students.
Everyone, everywhere should know the right action to take before, during and after an earthquake.
Drop - Cover - Hold
Thursday 15 October is the international ShakeOut day of action. New Zealand will be first to participate this year at 9.15am.
We need you to register now on the ShakeOut website
Swim the distance from Midway Beach to Mahia, 45.5km in the comfort of our heated pool.
Grand prize is a trip to 2 to the Gold Coast.
You'll have 2 months to complete the challenge - 1 August to 30 September
Check out the entry details and sign up now.
Our plan for the next 10 years was adopted by Council on 25 June 2015.
Every ten years Council looks to the long term future and we review our vision and plans for the next 3 years.
Our Long Term Plan 2015-2025 Tairāwhiti First! is about balancing what's affordable for our district with what's sustainable.
Sets out our activities and what we plan to do over the next 10 years
Community-led funding available in small and medium grants
Includes 30 sports parks across Gisborne district
Our activities and projects for 2014/15 and how we will pay for them
We submitted an initial registration of interest for the Government’s next round of...
Motorists who attempt to get through closed roads including state highways are reminded...
A community meeting will be held to workshop ideas and create a plan...
A team of marine biosecurity divers from the Bay of Plenty Regional Council...
Government investing $1.3M from the Urban Cycleways Fund to a major extension of the Waini-Kaiti cycleway.