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Putting plant on firm foundation
21 Jan 2010
Gisborne’s largest infrastructure project for more than 40 years is under way. The once-quiet Banks Street site is now bustling with people, machinery and materials as physical work begins for the city’s new wastewater treatment plant. Read more >>
Tell us about your favourite public tree
19 Jan 2010
On Prince William's first trip to New Zealand while he was crawling after buzzy bees, his mother, the the late Princess Diana planted a pohutukawa tree near the Cook Plaza on Gisborne's Titirangi Reserve. The Prince and Princess of Wales were on a royal tour of New Zealand and the tree was planted in a group of 3 other pohutukawa trees. A plaque now indicates which tree Diana planted and is considered one of Gisborne's notable trees. Read more >>
Freedom camping a unique East Coast experience
31 Dec 2009
Absolute beach front summer holidays are still accessible to all in the Gisborne district. Freedom camping is alive and well and most camping spots are metres away from spectacular views and gorgeous beaches. Read more >>
Council committed to keeping didymo out of the Gisborne region
24 Dec 2009
“The Gisborne District is free from Didymo (didymospenia geminate) and we need to keep it that way,” says Didymo Awareness Advocate Charlotte Tietjen. The invasive algae - commonly known as “rock snot” – have devastated many South Island rivers. “Thankfully it has not been found in the North Island yet as it could change the ecology of our regions’ fresh waterways. This affects native fish, trout, plants and insects. Didymo turns rivers brown and looks dreadful. It makes it unpleasant to swim in rivers, streams and lakes or use them for fishing and boating." Read more >>
Restricted fire season declared
19 Dec 2009
A restricted fire season for the whole of the Gisborne District was declared on Saturday 19 December 2009 because of the potential for significant fires. Read more >>

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