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Seal pup attack - owners must keep dogs under control
13 Jul 2012
An attack on a seal pup on Waikanae Beach on Thursday 12 July morning by a Husky is another example of dog owners not keeping their pets under control at all times. Council's animal control staff were called to the city beach yesterday morning. Several witnesses reported a husky dog attacking the seal pup and carrying it some distance down the beach. The seal was dead but still warm when animal control staff arrived on the scene. Read more >>
The Guardian - Te Tairawhiti to be unveiled soon
12 Jul 2012
Excavation work to enable the installation of a new piece of public art has started today (Wednesday 11 July). The Guardian – Te Tairāwhiti is to be installed outside Kathmandu in Gladstone Road. It will be sunk into the ground for stability and to give the illusion that it is rising from the earth. Read more >>
Finance and Monitoring July committee meeting
12 Jul 2012
Committee Agenda for Thursday 12 July 2012[http://www.gdc.govt.nz/meetings-calendar/details/293] Read more >>
Environment and Policy July committee meeting
11 Jul 2012
Committee Agenda for Wednesday 11 July 2012[http://www.gdc.govt.nz/meetings-calendar/details/292] Read more >>
Resource consent granted to develop oil exploration site
11 Jul 2012
Resource consents have been granted to TAG Oil and Apache Corporation to install a well pad at Kanakanaia, north east of Te Karaka, near Gisborne. Read more >>

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