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Riverside Road traffic disruptions while stormwater pipeline replaced
3 Feb 2011
Riverside Road traffic will be disrupted next week as council contractors replace stormwater pipes along Stafford Street and Clifford Street.  Traffic will be restricted to one lane at times. The replacements are likely to take around 6 weeks depending on the weather. Read more >>
Bronzing Dog and Wal takes a step closer
28 Jan 2011
A licence agreement allowing Gisborne District Council to commission a bronze statue of popular Footrot Flats characters was approved by Council on Thursday 27 January 2011. Read more >>
New manager for Council's Corporate Services
24 Jan 2011
With 80% of ratepayers facing minimal rate increases in the next financial year it is a great time to be moving into a senior management role at Gisborne District Council says Mike Drummond[/mike-drummond/]. He replaces Douglas Birt this week as the new Group Manager Corporate Services. Read more >>
Plant now treating all household wastewater
21 Jan 2011
All Gisborne’s domestic wastewater is now being treated at the city’s new Banks Street wastewater treatment plant. The eastern side of the city was linked in early this week to join wastewater from the western side of the city, which has been treated in the new plant since late December. Read more >>
Remains removed from Matahiia Cemetery
19 Jan 2011
Due to the threat of bad weather, the remains from 18 graves have been removed from the eroding Matahiia Cemetery inland from Ruatoria this week. After a blessing by Minister Boyce Te Maro, the graves were disinterred and the remains removed to Gisborne district cemeteries in Ruatoria, Te Puia and Taruheru. One family chose to have the remains cremated. Read more >>

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