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Fire permits needed for all but gas fires
17 Dec 2010
A restricted fire season for the whole of the Gisborne district will be declared from 8am on Monday 20 December 2010 to manage the risk of significant fires. Read more >>
Concepts for Tairāwhiti Navigations Project on their way
15 Dec 2010
A concept for the pathways and storyboards that will tell the story of this region’s rich navigation history is underway.  CPG NZ Ltd has been contracted to provide design concepts for a range of light infrastructure work in the inner harbour, the base of Titirangi (Kaiti) Hill and at Rangihoua (Pilot Hill) in Wairoa as part of the Tairāwhiti Navigations Project. Read more >>
Full biological transformation will take time
15 Dec 2010
The biological process that will soon be responsible for treating the city’s wastewater will take time to settle down once commissioned. Read more >>
Small start urged for water quality improvement
15 Dec 2010
The water quality of the region should improve over time if a small-scale start is made at the right place and followed by steady improvements. Read more >>
Down to the wire at Banks Street treatment plant
14 Dec 2010
A lot of checking and rechecking is going on this week in preparation for the “clean water” testing of the Banks Street Wastewater Treatment Plant this weekend. Read more >>

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