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Bollards installed to protect Wainui dunes
20 Sep 2011
Bollards have now been installed along the road at Okitu, Wainui.  Keeping vehicles off the dunes is their main purpose. We need to care for our dune areas a lot better than we are currently says Council's property services manager Grahame Smail. “Restricting vehicle access is a significant step forward.” Read more >>
Motu Trails new brand a local affair
17 Sep 2011
The Motu Trails Charitable Trust has reached a significant milestone, with the development of a brand cementing the Motu Trails identity, officially sanctioned under Nga Haerenga, the New Zealand Cycle Trail programme. Read more >>
Inner harbour pontoon to reopen
9 Sep 2011
Engineers have inspected the pontoon at the boat ramp where 6-year old Oska Smith lost 2 of his toes in a freak accident on Sunday. The area has since been cordoned off. Read more >>
Feedback on traffic and parking bylaw needed by Friday
7 Sep 2011
Gisborne District Council is reviewing the Gisborne District Traffic and Parking Bylaw.  A number of changes are proposed as result of issues that have been raised since the bylaw was last updated in 2008. Read more >>
30 families could be clothed with what schools picked up
1 Sep 2011
This week has been Cleanup New Zealand Week and one group in the community has picked up 17,782 pieces of waste from our beaches. That group is our local school children. Read more >>

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