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Opou Station wins 2 farm environment awards
28 Mar 2011
All care is taken to minimise compaction of the predominantly heavy clay loam soils on David and Libby Clark’s 280ha cropping property at Manutuke. This approach has seen them take out 2 awards at the first East Coast Ballance Farm Awards presented in Hawkes Bay on March 24. Read more >>
Open days at wastewater treatment plant
23 Mar 2011
What is inside the new UFO-like dome in the industrial subdivision will be revealed this weekend. Open days at Gisborne’s new wastewater treatment plant are being held this Saturday 26 March and next Saturday 2 April. Read more >>
Treatment plant officially opens Tuesday
21 Mar 2011
Upgrading the quality of water going into the bay will be a major cause for celebration tomorrow when the Gisborne Wastewater Treatment Plant is officially opened at Banks Street. The opening will mark the successful completion of Gisborne District Council’s $39.5 million project – on time and within budget. Read more >>
Lights out for earth hour
21 Mar 2011
Saturday 26 March 8.30pm.  Council is promoting Earth Hour and would like as many people as possible to unite and support this world-wide event by turning off their lights for one hour. Read more >>
Funding available for rural sports teams
18 Mar 2011
Don’t miss out on funding to help get rural kids active in winter sports. That's the plea from council’s community development officer Ngarimu Simpkins. “Getting involved in regular sporting competitions is always a challenge for people living in rural communities. The Rural Travel fund from Sport and Recreation New Zealand (SPARC) can make a real difference.” Read more >>

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