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Gisborne part of new water website
21 Mar 2014
Gisborne District Council is part of a new website launched this week displaying the results of water quality monitoring for rivers throughout the country. Read more >>
Proposal to top Pohutukawa trees at Wainui Reserve
18 Mar 2014
Council is proposing that the Pohutukawa trees on a Council reserve at Wainui be left standing but topped to avoid any possible adverse impact on the neighbours. Neighbours of the reserve and playground “No Access” at 31 Wairere Road, Wainui, believe their tank water is being affected by Pohutukawa trees dropping flowers into their guttering and water supply. After having taken all practical steps themselves to stop the flowers getting into their tank water they had requested that the trees be removed. Read more >>
Council hits the road for feedback on plans
17 Mar 2014
Mayor Meng Foon starts his series of 30 meetings around the district this week talking to residents about what Gisborne District Council is planning over the next 12 months, what it will cost and who will pay. Read more >>
Heavy rainfall warning for Gisborne ranges
14 Mar 2014
A rainfall warning has been issued for our ranges, more north than south of Gisborne city.  The amounts forecast in a 24 hour period should not cause any significant problems. The public is advised to keep a close watch on the weather forecast and be ready for any sudden changes. The peak intensities may cause some localised surface flooding, but creeks, streams and rivers should cope. Read more >>
Weekly update on major city roadworks
14 Mar 2014
City roading and utility projects update Read more >>

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