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Weekend Pottery workshop
19 Aug 2014
Do you have a creative project that just needs some funding to get off the ground? Thanks to Creative Communities Fund. Read more >>
Workshop to help cull possums
15 Aug 2014
Reducing possum numbers in the district will get a helping hand later this month with a weekend workshop planned at the 52 hectare Waihirere Domain. Read more >>
Council seek information on sewer discharge
12 Aug 2014
We want to know how a load of greenwaste and other items got into the Hall Street sewage pump station on Saturday. This material caused the pumps to block, resulting in a short discharge of sewage to the Taruheru River on Saturday evening. Read more >>
Sewer discharge caused by blocked pump station
10 Aug 2014
Sewage from the Hall Street pump station was discharged into the Taruheru River at 6.40pm last night.  Fulton Hogan contractors went to investigate why the alarm had gone off at the pump station, they found it was blocked with grass clippings and greenwaste.  The only option was to open the discharge valve and release sewage into the river, while the pumps were flushed clean.  This took about 20 minutes. Read more >>
Wastewater released into city waterways
4 Aug 2014
Due to heavy rain Gisborne District Council has at 10am opened the scours and released potentially contaminated water into the Taruheru, Waimata and Turanganui Rivers from the city sewer network.  Read more >>

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