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Successful clean up of container debris
19 Oct 2011
Gisborne District Council Response to Rena - Release No.4 Read more >>
Oil-covered debris found along top of East Cape
19 Oct 2011
*Gisborne District Council - Response to Rena, Release No.3  * Read more >>
Earthworks close part of Whataupoko Reserve
11 Oct 2011
Council staff were alerted this week about earthworks on a property on Seddon Crescent in Whataupoko that has affected the safety of a walking track in Whataupoko Reserve off Fox Street. The track has been closed to the pubic because a steep drop immediately adjacent to the track has been created and is potentially dangerous to track users. Council’s environment and policy manager Hans van Kregten says that it appears the earthworks have taken place during the weekend. “Previous works have taken place on the property, and this work complied with the Resource Management Act. It appears the most recent works have not been consented. “ Read more >>
A Whataupoko Reserve track is dangerous
11 Oct 2011
Part of the Whataupoko Reserve in Fox Street is closed.  The Bernie Vette trail is closed from the entrance off Fox Street to the Langford Fallon intersection due to dangerous track conditions. Read more >>
Third year of positive financial results for Council
30 Sep 2011
Three straight years of positive financial results and $14 million less debt than expected, are the financial highlights in Gisborne District Council’s 2010/2011 Annual Report which was adopted on Thursday (29 September). Read more >>

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