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Don’t give voting forms to anyone claiming to work for Council
3 Oct 2013
Reports of a person posing as a Gisborne District Council volunteer collecting voting documents, have been reported to the police. Read more >>
Cenotaph soldier displayed next to Rose Garden
1 Oct 2013
The intricately-sculpted soldier that was removed from the top of the Cenotaph earlier this year will be installed on a small concrete plinth next to the Rose Garden in Fitzherbert Street this week. Read more >>
Cycle and Walkway to connect Awapuni School community
30 Sep 2013
The first sod has been turned on the Alfred Cox Cycle and Walkway and construction started on Monday 30 September, to take advantage of the school holidays. Read more >>
Tag Oil exploratory well consent approved
30 Sep 2013
Gisborne District Council has approved an application from TAG Oil Ltd for an exploratory well at Kanakanaia Road, approximately 50 kilometres northwest of Gisborne. The well is proposed to be 3150 metres in depth. Read more >>
Don't swim or collect shellfish
25 Sep 2013
After heavy rain and the associated runoff, water in Gisborne city rivers is now a dirty brown colour. Council advises people not to swim or collect shellfish for the next 5 days. The rain caused a few problems with Council's sewer system. A small number of manholes in the city overflowed. Most of the water coming out of these manholes is stormwater. There is a risk that some water that discharged may have been contaminated with sewage. One manhole on the corner of Fitzherbert Street and Ormond Road and another on the corner of Wainui Road and Hirini Street were still overflowing this afternoon (Wednesday 25 September). Sewer flows are reducing. Streets have been disinfected at the other eight sites where manholes overflowed. Some overflows on private properties occurred but these have now all been cleaned up. Read more >>

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