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Rates relief proposed for some with big increases
12 Oct 2012
A small number of properties have had substantial increases in their rates this year. A proposal mooted at a rates workshop this week is likely to bring significant reductions to the most affected properties. Read more >>
Guardian glows pink for breast cancer awareness week
3 Oct 2012
The new Guardian Tairāwhiti sculpture on Gladstone Road, and its neighbouring icon the town clock, will glow pink in support of breast cancer awareness. Read more >>
KiwiRail to mothball Gisborne-Napier line
2 Oct 2012
The Napier to Gisborne line is to be mothballed due to the prohibitive costs to both repair storm damage caused earlier this year and maintain the rail line over coming years. Read more >>
Monday sees big changes at Rural Transfer Stations
27 Sep 2012
From Monday those using rural transfer stations in the district will have to think twice before leaving home with a load of rubbish. ‘Is this the time the transfer station is open?’, ‘Have I got the correct stickers?’ Read more >>
Cobden Street & Aberdeen Road traffic disruptions while stormwater pipeline replaced
27 Sep 2012
Traffic will be restricted to one lane at times from next week as stormwater pipes along Cobden Street near Aberdeen Road are replaced.  There may be short periods when nearby residents have restricted access to their properties. Council’s contractor will notify affected residents before this happens.  “If people can take an alternative route and avoid the area during construction that would be appreciated” says stormwater engineer Joss Ruifrok. Read more >>

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