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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 >>
Car parks to be installed in Anzac Street
13 Mar 2014
Six car parks will be installed along Anzac Street over the next few weeks. The car parks are adjacent to the entrance to Alfred Cox Park and will be welcomed by parents of Awapuni School students who are using the entrance to drop their children off at school. Read more >>
River walls on Esplanade to be repaired
10 Mar 2014
The wall that contains the Turanganui and the Waimata Rivers along The Esplanade is slipping and at the end of its life. Work to reconstruct the wall will start this week and is expected to take 10-12 weeks. The actual completion date will depend on the weather and favourable tides. Most of the work can only be done at low tide. Read more >>

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