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Gisborne moves back into Gigatown top 5
31 Jan 2014
A large increase in the number of people signing up to support Gisborne in the nationwide Gigatown competition has seen Gisborne move back into fifth place. Read more >>
Council staff leading the way to Gigatown
23 Jan 2014
The chance to move into third place in the nationwide Gigatown competition has seen council staff signing up to support Gisborne en mass. They are not the only ones. Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti, Te Runanga-o-Turanganui-a-Kiwa, and Tourism Eastland are all working with staff to ensure large numbers of sign ups in the next few days. Read more >>
Tell us which rivers and lakes are important to you
22 Jan 2014
People with an interest in the quality and quantity of the water in the Gisborne district rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands have until Friday to let us know what’s important to them. Council will be drafting a plan for freshwater later this year. This follows 3 years of working with the Freshwater Advisory Group that includes representatives from agriculture, horticulture, iwi, environment, and recreation interests. Read more >>
Gisborne's water pipeline fixed - total hose ban lifted
17 Jan 2014
Testing of Gisborne’s water pipeline today has confirmed that the break that threw the city into a water crisis has been repaired. Water is now being pumped through the pipeline from the Mangapoike dams at full capacity. Read more >>
Help Sophie keep pests out of our freshwater
17 Jan 2014
Sophie Ovenden, helping to get rid of water pests Watch out pests, Sophie Ovenden is on a campaign to keep you out of Gisborne and Wairoa waterways. Read more >>

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