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TV TakeBack recycles your old TV
15 May 2013
As part of a nationwide TV TakeBack initiative, Gisborne residents can take their old television to local appliance stores for recycling. Smiths City and Noel Leeming are accepting old televisions for a small fee ($5 each), and Harvey Norman are accepting a limited number for free at 144 Lowe Street (beach end). Look for the TV drop off banner. The televisions can be dropped off any time during store opening hours. Read more >>
Don’t panic over smoking sewers
10 May 2013
If you see smoke escaping from a manhole or vents on the roof of buildings in the central business district (CBD) over the next few days it is probably a good thing. Read more >>
Staff structure changes to parts of Council
1 May 2013
The organisational restructuring decision was announced on 22 April 2013.   The purposes of the change to Gisborne District Council's staff structure are: Read more >>
Traffic study to help with inner harbour plans
29 Apr 2013
As the centre of the Tairāwhiti Navigations project, Gisborne’s inner harbour will see exciting developments over the next few years that will draw more people to the area. Gisborne District Council wants to make sure that the area is easy to get to by foot, bike or car and has commissioned a traffic and parking assessment to help with planning. Read more >>
Drop-outs on Titirangi to be fixed
29 Apr 2013
Repairs to the large drop-outs on Titirangi (Kaiti Hill) will start this week, the drop-outs were the result of heavy rainfall events which destroyed major parts of the road. The drop-outs are on Queens Drive just before the Cook Plaza lookout and on Titirangi Drive opposite the Telecom tower. Read more >>

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