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Significant improvement in treatment
17 Feb 2011
The city’s Banks Street wastewater treatment plant project is all but complete and already operating above expectations. The plant is now operated by Gisborne District Council staff and the utilities maintenance contractor. Read more >>
Makeover for Cook's Endeavour model revealed
17 Feb 2011
A model of Captain Cook’s ship Endeavour has been rebuilt and will be put back on display early next week. It was taken down from its birds eye view on Gisborne’s Gladstone Road/Derby Street corner last year. An inspection revealed that the plywood was rotting and that there was a risk someone could get hit if parts of the model came loose and fell to the ground. Read more >>
Council services for Te Matatini vistors
16 Feb 2011
*Liquor Ban* Read more >>
Watch your children around water
10 Feb 2011
The drowning of a 2-year-old girl in a public swimming pool on Saturday must serve as a reminder to all parents that they have to watch their children around water at all times says Olympic Pool manager Hendrik Geyer. Nylah Faamanu Vau, of Manurewa, was found in 1.6m deep water at Waiwera Thermal Resort north of Auckland. Lifeguards entered the pool but were unable to resuscitate her. Read more >>
World first to protect Ruatoria
4 Feb 2011
The first steps to stop the Waiapu River threatening the Ruatoria Township were put in place last week. Read more >>

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