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Problem ants should be baited now
29 Sep 2011
A coordinated approach is the secret to controlling Argentine or Darwin’s ants. Gisborne District Council has a project underway now to encourage people to bait soon and in conjunction with their neighbours. Read more >>
Te Karaka to consider drinking water options
27 Sep 2011
News that the Ministry of Health has granted a $387,780 subsidy to assist improving Te Karaka’s drinking water has been well received but will not be used until Te Karaka residents have considered all the options. Read more >>
Contact Council if you see pesky rooks
26 Sep 2011
Rooks are a pest bird in the Gisborne district and Council wants to get rid of them. It is their breeding season right now which is the best time to put controls in place. If anyone sees rooks in the district please let us know says Council’s biosecurity team leader Phil Karaitiana, “At the moment bird numbers are low but they have the potential to increase if not controlled. They can cause lots of problems for farmers. They congregate in large flocks and can strip cereal crops in days. They forage destructively in paddocks looking for grass grubs and worms and expose the turf to erosion and weed seeds.” Read more >>
Bollards installed to protect Wainui dunes
20 Sep 2011
Bollards have now been installed along the road at Okitu, Wainui.  Keeping vehicles off the dunes is their main purpose. We need to care for our dune areas a lot better than we are currently says Council's property services manager Grahame Smail. “Restricting vehicle access is a significant step forward.” Read more >>
Motu Trails new brand a local affair
17 Sep 2011
The Motu Trails Charitable Trust has reached a significant milestone, with the development of a brand cementing the Motu Trails identity, officially sanctioned under Nga Haerenga, the New Zealand Cycle Trail programme. Read more >>

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