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Census day cancelled
25 Feb 2011
The 2011 Census that was to be held on Tuesday 8 March has been cancelled as a result of the horrific earthquake.   There is currently no revised date for holding the census. Read more >>
Minimal rate increase for many ratepayers
25 Feb 2011
Many of the district’s ratepayers will face no, or very low, rate increases in the next financial year. Gisborne District Council has identified some substantial cost savings in its draft Annual Plan. More than 80 percent of ratepayers will have a rates reduction or a rise of less than $2 per week. Those benefitting tend to be Gisborne city residents and those with low value properties. Read more >>
Artists chance to create significant public art
21 Feb 2011
Artists only have one week left to register their interest in creating a significant piece of public art. The art piece will be installed on the Turanganui Riverbank walkway near Customhouse Street and the Waikanae Stream. The artist or group of artists would need to be able to design, build and install the piece to reflect the cultural significance of the area. Read more >>
Other discharges affect area’s water quality
18 Feb 2011
The quality of wastewater discharge into the bay may have significantly improved but many other factors are degrading the water quality of Turanganui a Kiwa’s rivers and sea. Read more >>
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 >>

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