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Motu Coach Road proposed "Great Ride"
18 Dec 2009
A bid to have Eastland included in a national cycleway network has been launched by Gisborne District Council, the Department of Conservation and Opotiki District Council. The bid builds on Prime Minister and Tourism Minister John Key’s plans to develop cycling facilities as a national tourist attraction.  The proposed route will follow stock routes, old coach roads and military tracks that were developed in the mid-1880s to open up the valleys of the Raukumara ranges to settlement and farming. Read more >>
Meeting agendas and reports online
17 Dec 2009
Our website now features a meetings calendar that includes all the topics and associated documents that will be discussed at each council and committee meeting. All agendas, minutes and staff reports can now be accessed online. Read more >>
Gisborne's central city is being watched
14 Dec 2009
Cary Walker, Matt Matenga and Kevin Barrett are the new eyes and ears of Gisborne’s central business district. As council’s new City Watch team they will be watching over the central city to improve safety. They will be assisting retailers with shoplifters, keeping footpaths free of skateboarders and liaising with groups that use the central city. Part of their job is to provide information to visitors and resident’s ensuring they make the most of their time in the central city and stay safe. Read more >>
Please don't swim with Moko in the harbour
7 Dec 2009
Moko Gisborne’s resident dolphin is spending considerable time in the harbour basin which is risking the safety of boat operators, the public and Moko himself. Read more >>
Contractors move on to wastewater treatment plant
30 Nov 2009
Physical works for the new wastewater treatment plant are about to begin, little more than a fortnight after tenders for the city’s biggest infrastructure project in 40 years were approved. Read more >>

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