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Nelson Park footbridge removed for repairs
3 Aug 2011
All those who normally use the footbridge over the Hapara Stream that runs between Nelson Park and Loisels Reserve will have to take an alternative route for the next couple of weeks. The footbridge is in need of urgent repair. The bridge has been removed for repainting and to repair the deck. Read more >>
Opportunity for a slice of Gisborne's history
29 Jul 2011
Council is looking for Expressions of Interest to either purchase or lease the former The Works Cafe building for commercial use.  Read more >>
Last day to pay dog licence is Friday
26 Jul 2011
If you own a dog over 3 months old in the Gisborne district it must be registered. Annual licences were sent out to all dog owners at the beginning of the month and these must be paid by Friday – 29 July 2011 - to get the $20 discount. On payment of the invoice new tags will be issued which are valid for 12 months. Read more >>
Challenge yourself to 'Swim the Distance' at the Olympic Pool
26 Jul 2011
Gisborne Olympic Pool staff often hear people saying that they would like to swim more often but just need that incentive to get them out of the house. The ‘Swim the Distance’ Challenge could be just that, says pool manager Hendrik Geyer. Read more >>
New councillors equipped to make good decisions
19 Jul 2011
Councillors Rehette Stoltz and Manu Caddie may be the newest and youngest members of Gisborne District Council but they have proved that they can make good decisions along with the best of them. Both have recently qualified with the ‘Making Good Decisions’ certificate from University of Auckland. Both passed the course with merit. Read more >>

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