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Gisborne link to wastewater building design
10 Nov 2010
The son of an architect who left a lasting impression on the city will soon leave his own architectural legacy. Gisborne-born Rod Glengarry, architect with Beca Architects in Auckland, has designed the buildings for the city’s new wastewater treatment plant under construction in Banks Street. He is quietly chuffed to be putting a Glengarry stamp on a Gisborne public building with an expected long life. This is his first major Gisborne project. Read more >>
Sod turning marks start of construction
5 Nov 2010
The traditional turning of the sod ceremony has taken place high in the Raukumara Forest Park, marking the start of construction on the $1.74 million Motu Trails cycleway project. Read more >>
Free computer recycling on Saturday
4 Nov 2010
Tairawhiti residents can dispose of their old PCs, computer peripherals and mobile phones at eDay this Saturday.  eDay is being held at over 50 drop-off locations throughout New Zealand, including Gisborne, and is expected to divert 1,000 tonnes of electronic waste (e-waste) from landfills. Read more >>
Grundy Street footbridge removed for repairs
29 Oct 2010
From Monday 1 November all those who normally use the footbridge that links Grundy Street and Oak Street will have to find an alternative for the next couple of weeks. The footbridge will be temporarily removed for repairs. Read more >>
Young tairawhiti workers preserving our history
27 Oct 2010
Genealogists and those with loved ones buried at one of council’s cemeteries can now search an online cemetery database, view headstone photographs and inscriptions. The database is on our website[/online-cemetery-record-search/] and includes 23,000 burial records at the Taruheru Cemetery. Read more >>

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