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Wastewater project brings benefits
13 Aug 2010
The $39.5 million Gisborne Wastewater Project is bringing benefits to the community through jobs, goods and services and, by early next year, cleaner wastewater going into the bay. Read more >>
Motu Trails Cycleway agreement signed
12 Aug 2010
The Department of Conservation, Gisborne District Council and Opotiki District Council signed off the $1.74 million funding agreement to develop the Motu Trails Cycleway in the Opotiki-Motu-Matawai area. This signals the start of a major investment in the East Cape region’s tourism development. Read more >>
Funding applications wanted for local creative projects
12 Aug 2010
Do you have a creative project that just needs some funding to get off the ground?  Applications are invited from all arts based individuals and groups for funding from the Creative Communities scheme.  A Creative New Zealand initiative administered by Gisborne District Council, the scheme encourages art focused projects that have broad community involvement. Read more >>
Challenge yourself to swim to Mahia
6 Aug 2010
Gisborne’s Olympic Pool often has people coming in saying they would like to swim more often but just need a little “kick in the bum” to get in the pool. The first ever ‘Swim to Mahia’ challenge is just that.  August and September is a time when many people start thinking about their personal fitness so this is about challenging participants to swim the 45.5 kilometres to Mahia. Read more >>
Dog control policy and bylaw review
6 Aug 2010
Read the proposed changes to the current dog control policy and bylaw. You can give feedback online before 4pm Friday 24 September 2010. Read more >>

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