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Land use on the flats to be surveyed
28 Nov 2011
How land is being used on the Poverty Bay flats will be surveyed over the next couple of months. Lincoln University student Hagen Telfer has been employed to conduct a survey and report back on trends and observations. Read more >>
Gisborne district properties have lost value
28 Nov 2011
Most Gisborne district properties have reduced in value since the last valuation in mid 2008. This is in line with properties throughout New Zealand. Gisborne district properties were last valued when the market was peaking and just before the start of the global financial crisis. Read more >>
Original council building to be strengthened or rebuilt
25 Nov 2011
The ground under Gisborne District Council’s original 2-storey office block will be investigated before a decision is made on whether to strengthen the existing building or replace it. Read more >>
Keeping the buses on time
24 Nov 2011
Hatched, no-parking lines will be painted at the intersection of Gladstone Road and Bright Street to help the Council’s bus service. Read more >>
Successful refloat - vessel back in port
23 Nov 2011
The stranded fishing vessel Philip V was successfully refloated this afternoon and towed to Gisborne. The vessel was stranded on the beach north of the Waiapu River mouth for nearly a week. Several earlier refloat attempts were halted by adverse weather. Read more >>

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