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New car park for Tolaga Bay Wharf
11 Nov 2011
The entrance to the iconic Tolaga Bay Wharf is having a face lift in time for the Transit of Venus celebrations in June 2012. The grassed area in front of the wharf entrance is currently closed to all vehicles while Gisborne District Council contractors install a car park. This is likely to take about 6 weeks and be finished in time for the Christmas holidays. In the meantime visitors to the wharf can park on the grassed area to the right of the wharf. Read more >>
Thoughts with the family of drowned toddler
4 Nov 2011
The drowning of a 2-year-old boy in the Taruheru River on Thursday is an absolute tragedy says Gisborne District Council acting chief executive Nedine Thatcher-Swann. “Our thoughts are with the family and the 3-year-old who has been flown to Starship Hospital in Auckland.” Read more >>
Clifford Street disruptions while stormwater pipeline replaced
2 Nov 2011
Clifford Street traffic will be disrupted next week as Council replaces stormwater pipes along Clifford Street between Sheehan and Stafford Streets. Traffic will be restricted to one lane at times and there will be some noise during the day. 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 team leader Joss Ruifrok. Read more >>
Council offices don't meet building standard
28 Oct 2011
Gisborne District Council’s original Fitzherbert Street building does not meet new building standards. “The building has recently been assessed as part of Council’s ten year planning and asset management process,” says commercial property manager Matt Feisst. “We were surprised to get results that showed the building only meets 19% of the new building standard and is considered earthquake prone.” Read more >>
Labour weekend services
21 Oct 2011
Council's services and facilities over Labour weekend. Read more >>

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