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Changes to the sale and supply of liquor
19 Apr 2013
A series of workshops will be held to gather community views about alcohol in the community. The information gathered will be used to inform Council as they begin drafting a Local Alcohol Policy and reviewing Council’s Public Places Liquor Control Bylaw. The changes are being driven by the Sale and Supply of Liquor Act that was passed into law in December last year. The purpose of the act is to improve New Zealand’s drinking culture and reduce the harm caused by excessive drinking. Read more >>
135 make their voices heard on Council’s Annual Plan
16 Apr 2013
Drainage on the Poverty Bay Flats, community facility projects, rubbish on our city beaches and where freedom camping should be allowed were the hot topics in submissions to Gisborne District Council’s draft 2013/14 Annual Plan[/draft-annual-plan-2013-14/]. Read more >>
Te Araroa stormwater improvements
12 Apr 2013
Stormwater improvement work will commence from Monday 22 April as Council starts replacing stormwater pipes through Te Waha O Rerekohu Area School between Moana Parade and Arewhana Street in Te Araroa. Read more >>
Permit needed for all but gas fires
8 Apr 2013
The total fire ban for the Gisborne district will be lifted at 8am on Wednesday 10 April but a Restricted Fire Season is still in place. Recent rain has helped the situation but the district is still dry, says principal rural fire officer René Londeman. Read more >>
Free parking on 'Dirty Wednesdays'
18 Mar 2013
Motorists with dirty cars should be congratulated says Mayor Meng Foon who is urging people to avoid cleaning their cars while water is in short supply. “Our dams are still low. We all need to conserve water now. Washing my car with a hose can use up to 300 litres of water. My car is staying dirty until we get some decent rain.” Read more >>

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