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New walking tracks for Makorori headland
25 Oct 2012
Council will be extending the walking tracks on Makorori Headland. The new tracks will link existing pathways on the headland to the Department of Conservation’s Okitu Bush Reserve. Resource consent has been approved and work will start in the next month. Read more >>
Application received for test well site
25 Oct 2012
Gisborne District Council has received a resource consent application from Eastern Petroleum (NZ) Limited to complete a stratigraphic test well approximately 1.3 kilometres off Christopher Road, Whangara. The well is to be known as Tangamatai stratigraphic 1. Read more >>
Porta potties pinched
19 Oct 2012
East Coast freedom campers wanting to empty their chemical toilets this week have been inconvenienced by thieves who have stolen 2 large disposal tanks. Campers use these to empty their chemical toilets into. Tanks from the dump stations at Turihaua Point and Pouawa disappeared earlier this week and left campers who needed to unload with a trip to Gisborne. Council provides 9 dump stations on the East Coast and at Donneraille Park and 2 in Gisborne city. Labour weekend is a the first busy weekend of the holiday season for freedom camping and so it was important these tanks were replaced quickly said Jenny Allen, reserves supervisor. “Replacement comes at a cost to ratepayers.” If anyone has any information about the location of these 400-600 litre tanks please contact Gisborne District Council on 06 867 2049 or 0800 653 800 or Bay Waste Supplies. “They are large and in a situated in a public area. It is likely someone saw them being removed. It's hard to imagine why anyone would want these tanks.  They must not be used for drinking water. They have held effluent, contaminated material and chemicals to break the effluent down.” Read more >>
Makeover time for district public toilets
18 Oct 2012
Providing public toilets the district can be proud of is the aim of a Gisborne District Council project that involves giving many of the facilities a new lease of life. Read more >>
October committee meeting highlights
15 Oct 2012
Community Development committee Read more >>

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