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Expert to help save our dunes
13 Aug 2010
Sand dune expert Wayne O’Keefe is heading back to Gisborne next week to help stop the erosion of our dunes. He will spend 3 days in the area looking specifically at the Makorori and Wainui sand dunes which are subject to a lot of sand movement. He will be working with students at Wainui Beach School as well as holding a public workshop at the school on Friday 20 August. Read more >>
Only one week to get nominations in
13 Aug 2010
The local elections 2010 are getting closer and the first key date for both voters and candidates will be 20 August. Read more >>
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 >>

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