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3 economic development projects funded by NZTE
26 Jul 2010
3 projects identified in the Regional Economic Development Plan have secured $323,600 from New Zealand Trade & Enterprise. Tairāwhiti Development Partnership (TDP) applied to the Regional Strategy Fund, (RSF) for funding for 4 projects, 3 of which were successful. The Tairāwhiti Navigational Project, Gisborne Winegrowers initiatives and the development of an Entrepreneurial Forum were the successful projects. The funding will be used for project development and assessment assistance. The total cost of all three projects is $404,500. Read more >>
Road condition updates
23 Jul 2010
Contractors have been working hard to restore road access throughout the district after the heavy rain earlier this month. Read more >>
Arts and culture workshop
16 Jul 2010
Many creative and talented people make Tairāwhiti their home. Their contribution to the community makes our place more vibrant and colourful. There is an opportunity to harness this creativity and turn our district into a real Mecca for arts and culture according to Gisborne District Council strategy advisor Pania Ruakere. “For this to happen Council needs direction from our creative people so we can support, promote and fund arts and culture more effectively..” Read more >>
Kanakanaia Road closed to heavy vehicles
16 Jul 2010
A drop out on Kanakanaia Road approximately 5km from the intersection with Main Road, Te Karaka has closed the road to heavy vehicles. All other vehicles are urged to take extreme care. The drop out has been developing since heavy rain fell on the district last week. The subsidence has worsened over the last 24 hours. Contractors have been working at the site over the last couple of days to make the road safe. Read more >>
Slip on Tiniroto Road
13 Jul 2010
A slip came down on Tiniroto Road at Hangaroa bluffs early Monday morning.  One lane of the road is now open. Trucks and excavators have been working on the slip.  But it will some time before 2 lanes will be open. Some very large boulders have come down the hill; a few the size of cars. There is still a lot of loose rock, soil and trees on the side of the road and still some movement on the hill face. Motorists are advised to take extreme caution on this road. The slip was triggered by a 5.3 earthquake at 1.20am Monday morning, 10 km north-west of Wairoa. Read more >>

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