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New councillors equipped to make good decisions
19 Jul 2011
Councillors Rehette Stoltz and Manu Caddie may be the newest and youngest members of Gisborne District Council but they have proved that they can make good decisions along with the best of them. Both have recently qualified with the ‘Making Good Decisions’ certificate from University of Auckland. Both passed the course with merit. Read more >>
New Zealand faces an e-waste crisis
14 Jul 2011
The eDay New Zealand Trust has released a report highlighting the spiralling electronic waste (e-waste) problem in New Zealand. The report estimates that 2.2 million televisions and 1.5 million home computer monitors, each containing toxic cathode ray tubes, will be dumped in the next few years. Read more >>
Good financial result sets council up for a positive future
7 Jul 2011
For the third year in a row Gisborne District Council has finished the financial year in a strong position. Borrowings are relatively low, $19m less than forecast in the 2009-2019 Ten Year Plan. Council is now in a position where it can look at progressing some of the community facility projects that have been around for a while says chief executive Lindsay McKenzie. Read more >>
Overnight rain saturates district
5 Jul 2011
The Gisborne district is experiencing surface flooding after heavy rain overnight and this morning. Council is working through issues in Harper Road, Wheatstone Road, Cameron Road and in Ruatoria. The ground is saturated and so the rain has no where to run to. Read more >>
Māori Language Week 4-10 Hongongoi
4 Jul 2011
A welcome message from our Mayor Meng Foon for Māori Language Week. Read more >>

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