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Locals trained to weld plastic media
16 Apr 2010
When toilets begin to be flushed at year’s end, spare a thought for the Gisborne tradesmen who put together a vital component in the new wastewater treatment system. Read more >>
Wainui tree work will improve some residents' views
9 Apr 2010
Some exotic trees along the Wainui beachfront will be removed over the next 2 months.  Affected trees include willows, Norfolk Island hibiscus, Moreton Bay fig, palm trees and pampas grasses. Dead or dying trees will also be removed and some native trees will be thinned or removed in the case of over-crowding.  A few Norfolk Pines will have their lower branches removed. Read more >>
Free presentation on caring for sand dunes
8 Apr 2010
A presentation on how to plant and maintain sand dunes will be held at the Wainui Beach School Hall on Tuesday 13 April at 6pm. All are welcome to this free presentation by Wayne O’Keefe from Indigenous Landscapes in Opotiki. He has been invited by council to discuss his experience being responsible for beach care in the Bay of Plenty. Read more >>
New recycling opportunity for Gisborne
31 Mar 2010
You can take your unwanted paint and paint containers into the Resene Colourshop on Gladstone Road for recycling. Resene are part of the nationwide network of Paintwise collection centres. The paint gets offered back to community groups for reuse. This is the grey paint Gisborne's given for painting out tagging and graffiti. Read more >>
Town & Country Matters delivery is late
26 Mar 2010
Council has been let down by its contractor Reach Media who deliver our quarterly newsletter Town & Country Matters. The March edition was due to be delivered on 15 - 16 March but due to an administrative error it only left the Auckland depot on Wednesday. It should be in letterboxes on Friday or Monday. Unfortunately some of the information in the document will be out of date by the time it reaches the public. Consultation on council’s annual plan finishes on Friday at 4pm and all the public meetings have now been held.   Read more >>

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