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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 >>
Plan for War Memorial Theatre agreed to
30 Sep 2011
Gisborne District Council has agreed to get detailed plans drawn up to redevelop the War Memorial Theatre on its existing site. The building, which was originally a dance hall before being converted into a theatre in 1975, is deteriorating. Read more >>
Dame Kiri to be patron of War Memorial Theatre
30 Sep 2011
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa has accepted an invitation from Mayor Meng Foon to be patron of Gisborne’s War Memorial Theatre. Plans to upgrade the aging theatre are reliant on a raising $6 million dollars from funders and the community. Read more >>
Faster processing of resource consents
30 Sep 2011
Gisborne District Council has lifted its game in processing resource consents in a timely way. This is confirmed in national survey of local authorities’ resource consenting practices. Whilst the national average of processing resource consents in the 2010-2011 year within the time limits specified in the Resource management Act is 95 per cent, the corresponding figure for Gisborne is 96 per cent, up from 50 per cent two years earlier. Read more >>

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