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Rate increase less than predicted
9 Feb 2010
Council is finalising its draft Annual Plan for 2011 and will be asking for feedback on it throughout the month of March. The financial estimates and a summary of the plan went to council today (Tuesday). The full draft plan goes to council later this month to be approved for consultation. Read more >>
Dog destroyed after attack on woman
9 Feb 2010
A Gisborne woman who spent a week in hospital after being attacked by a neighbour's dog has welcomed the decision to have the dog destroyed. The 2-year-old Great Dane/Bull Mastiff cross was put down on Monday morning after a meeting with its owners. The dog attacked the 39-year-old woman in Parau Street in the Gisborne suburb of Kaiti on Saturday 30 January. She was left with wounds to her face, neck and arm. Her injuries required surgery and she spent 7 days in Gisborne Hospital. Read more >>
Your place for vehicle testing
8 Feb 2010
Gisborne Vehicle Testing has not only had a name change, we can now offer you new customer friendly hours. Take some of the hassle out of getting your vehicle warrant of fitness. Our longer hours are: Read more >>
Lots of interest in community caretaker roles
5 Feb 2010
People who live in small townships surrounding Gisborne are passionate about their place if the response to a call for community caretakers is anything to go by. Gisborne District Council has had interest from people living in all of the nine townships that are looking for caretakers. “We have had 11 applications so far but many more phone calls from people who have said they will be applying,” said Dwayne Pomana who is handling the process. Read more >>
Hirini Street closed for pipeline replacement
3 Feb 2010
The Gisborne District Council will be closing Hirini Street to all traffic between Crawford Road and Wainui Road starting next week for approximately a fortnight (weather dependent).  Read more >>

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