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Gisborne city water supply is safe
30 Nov 2009
Gisborne District Council says the Gisborne city drinking water supply is safe and free from faecal contamination. Data reported by the Ministry of Health does not mean the Gisborne city water supply is contaminated. There is no health risk to people using the water supplied within Gisborne city. Read more >>
Preserving records of our district's history
20 Nov 2009
Much of the district’s history is on the move. Records documenting decisions made by borough, city and more recently district councils in this area are stored in council’s archive facility. The archives have now moved into a building in Banks Street that has been adapted to meet Archives New Zealand standards. Read more >>
Banks Street site makes good sense financially
20 Nov 2009
A ceremony will be held on Monday to mark the beginning of the Banks Street development where our largest project of recent time – the Gisborne city's wastewater treatment plant – will be built. Read more >>
Banks Street site blessed on Monday
20 Nov 2009
A spade won’t be big enough for the official sod-turning ceremony taking place on Monday for the city’s new wastewater treatment plant.  Instead Mayor Meng Foon, a former market gardener accustomed to such work, will man a digger to clear a small section of soil on the Banks Street site. Read more >>
Annual Report now publically available
20 Nov 2009
Council’s 2008-09 Annual Report is now available from our website, customer service centres and the HB Williams Library. The new look report, which was adopted by council at the end of October, reports on council’s performance over the last 12 months. Read more >>

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