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Job application form now online
15 Oct 2010
We have just made it easier for people to apply for our job vacancies online.  Our job vacancies page receives a high number of page views, so it prompted us to look at making it easier for people to apply for our vacancies.    Read more >>
Contract to progress Tairawhiti Navigations project is signed
15 Oct 2010
The Tairāwhiti Navigations Project is making good progress after receiving a grant from New Zealand Trade & Enterprise in June this year. A contract was signed this week with APR Consultants Ltd and Te Puia - New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute - to come up with a sustainable business model for the project. The aim of the project is to deliver a quality visitor experience throughout Tairāwhiti. Read more >>
Rain eases but big mop-up ahead
14 Oct 2010
Rain has eased this morning in Gisborne but remaining surface flooding has again prompted calls for extreme caution on the roads as the big clean-up begins. Read more >>
Official election results
13 Oct 2010
The official results for the Gisborne District Council and Tairawhiti District Health Board elections.  The following are declared elected. Read more >>
Report reveals the truth about Council's finances
6 Oct 2010
Positive trends in all of Gisborne District Council’s key financial figures last year show that public money is being managed with care. The audited figures in Council’s Annual Report show that public debt has steadily decreased since 2006 from $682 per person to $437 per person. Read more >>

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