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Resource consent application received from TAG Oil and Appache Corporation
8 Jun 2012
Gisborne District Council has received a resource consent application from TAG Oil and Apache Corporation for site establishment work near Kanakanaia Road. Read more >>
Final decisions made on Council’s 2012-2022 Ten Year Plan
1 Jun 2012
Gisborne District Council’s draft 2012-2022 Ten Year Plan[/planning-our-2012-2022-ten-year-plan/] went out for consultation in March and 263 submissions were received. On 28–30 May 73 submitters spoke to Council about their views. All the submissions were considered and at the Council meeting on 31 May, Council agreed to make a number of final changes to the 2012-2022 Ten Year Plan before it is adopted at the end of June. Read more >>
Walking tracks closed while trees removed
1 Jun 2012
Council will be removing exotic trees from Titirangi (Kaiti) Hill and Makorori Headland over the next couple weeks.  Walking tracks and car parks will be closed to the public between 8am and 5pm daily from Tuesday 5 June. The trees will be replaced with indigenous tress as part of Council’s reserve management plans for the two areas. Read more >>
What happened at Council?
31 May 2012
Council meeting agenda for Thursday 31 May 2012 Read more >>
Sign up for New Zealand ShakeOut earthquake drill
22 May 2012
Gisborne is the early leader in getting participants registered per capita with 5.9% of the population participating in New Zealand Drop Cover Hold ShakeOut. We are followed by Marlborough with 5.4%, the West Coast (4%), Wellington (2.8%) and Manawatu-Wanganui (1.9%). Read more >>

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