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Local elections candidates' workshop
7 Jul 2010
If you want to have a say in the future of your region find out more about how you can stand to become a councillor or mayor? Read more >>
Gisborne youth get $35K government funding
5 Jul 2010
Gisborne District Council has been successful in its joint application with Tairāwhiti Youth Voice for $35,000 of the Government’s Youth Development Fund. Read more >>
Action taken to stop the smell
2 Jul 2010
A bad smell hanging over Gisborne city today has been attributed to corn waste. Council issued a consent in 2000 for Cedenco to dispose of vegetable waste from their production processes onto land they lease outside of the city boundary near the airport. Read more >>
Pay rates bill early to save GST
25 Jun 2010
Gisborne district ratepayers are being urged to beat the 2.5% GST increase by paying their whole rates bill before the tax hike applies from 1 October. Gisborne District Council will continue to send out rate demands 4 times a year in August, November, February and May. With GST going up from 12.5% to 15% rates will be affected as rates have a component of GST in it.  By paying their whole rate account before the 1 October ratepayers will avoid the extra GST payments. The increase in GST primarily affects residential ratepayers as business can claim back the GST from the IRD. Read more >>
Development ideas wanted
25 Jun 2010
The coastal area between the port and Pacific Street has the potential to be developed in a way that could really put Gisborne on the map.  Mayor Meng Foon is calling a public meeting to ask the public for their ideas on how this potential could be realised. The meeting will be held in the Lawson Field Theatre Rose Room at 4pm on Monday 28 June. Read more >>

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