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Clearway helps keep city safe at night
22 Dec 2010
Broken bright blue lines will be painted on Gladstone Road between Lowe Street and Reads Quay this week. They indicate the clearway zone that is being put in place at the bridge end to keep this part of the city free from problem behaviour. Read more >>
Peel Street Bridge is now repaired
22 Dec 2010
Damage to the Peel Street Bridge has now been repaired. A car went into the side of the bridge last Saturday morning. Read more >>
Minimal rate increase proposed for Gisborne city residents
17 Dec 2010
A 3.5% increase in total rates collected is likely to be proposed by Gisborne District Council to fund it’s 2011/2012 Annual Plan. This is significantly less than the 8.1% increase forecast in Council’s Ten Year Plan. Gisborne city residential properties will have the smallest increase. An average city property valued at $280,000 will go up by less than 1%; well under inflation. Read more >>
Fire permits needed for all but gas fires
17 Dec 2010
A restricted fire season for the whole of the Gisborne district will be declared from 8am on Monday 20 December 2010 to manage the risk of significant fires. Read more >>
Concepts for Tairāwhiti Navigations Project on their way
15 Dec 2010
A concept for the pathways and storyboards that will tell the story of this region’s rich navigation history is underway.  CPG NZ Ltd has been contracted to provide design concepts for a range of light infrastructure work in the inner harbour, the base of Titirangi (Kaiti) Hill and at Rangihoua (Pilot Hill) in Wairoa as part of the Tairāwhiti Navigations Project. Read more >>

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