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Business side of Motu Trails project begins to take shape
24 Nov 2010
A range of new business opportunities are expected to flow from the establishment of the $1.74 million Motu Trails cycleway in the Gisborne and Eastern Bay of Plenty region. Read more >>
Fine weather boosts progress on wastewater site
22 Nov 2010
Gisborne District Council is going to great lengths to ensure no odour arises from the new Banks Street wastewater treatment plant once it is commissioned by year’s end. Read more >>
New Wharekahika Bridge to be opened
18 Nov 2010
The first new traffic bridge to be built by Gisborne District Council in 10 years will be opened on Sunday at Wharekahika. Three kilometres from the Hicks Bay store, the 4 metre wide bridge replaces a narrow concrete bridge built in the early 1930s. The previous bridge was 2.5 metres wide and had a 10 tonne gross weight limit which made it inaccessible for most trucks and heavy vehicles. Read more >>
Grundy Street footbridge will open 26 November
11 Nov 2010
The footbridge that links Grundy Street and Oak Street will be unavailable for another week. Read more >>
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 >>

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