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Council building inspectors to help-out in Christchurch
8 Sep 2010
Gisborne District Council has sent 4 building inspectors who worked in the December 2007 Gisborne earthquake to Christchurch today to help with the enormous job of assessing buildings for earthquake damage. Read more >>
Hall Street footbridge now open
8 Sep 2010
Hall Street footbridge users who have been taking the long way home will be pleased to know the footbridge was opened today.  The footbridge has been widened to improve access for walkers and cyclists and strengthened with extra bracing. Read more >>
Teaching kids about rubbish
2 Sep 2010
Thousands of school age children have learnt about living sustainably through drama in schools. An 11-year relationship between local schools, Keep Gisborne Beautiful and Gisborne District Council, has seen students writing, directing and acting in productions with an environmental theme. Anne Lister, council’s environmental health educator initially worked with the Invisible Theatre Company, then Gisborne Girls High School. For the last 8 years she has worked with Ilminster Intermediate’s ‘Green Team’. The theatre performances are toured around the districts schools. This year’s play ‘Want it, Have it’ was performed at the end of May for 17 schools in the region. It is about shopping wisely; asking do I really need this and what will happen to it when I don’t need it anymore. The play was written and directed by Ilminster’s drama teacher, Sharon Start-Walter with the help of her students who make up the “Green Team”. Read more >>
Keen to care for dunes
27 Aug 2010
Lots of people are keen to care for sand dunes in this district if the turn-out at a meeting last Friday (20 August 2010) night is anything to go by.  More than 50 people attended a dune care workshop organised by Gisborne District Council at Wainui Beach School. Dune care expert Wayne O’Keefe from Bay of Plenty spoke about the role of sand binding plants in preventing the erosion of sand dunes. This issue is particularly relevant along the stretch of beach from Makorori headland to the Wainui Stream where the sea regularly takes the sand away. Read more >>
Friday could be a busy day at council
19 Aug 2010
Nominations for the 2010 local government elections close this Friday 20 August. It also happens to be the last day to pay the first rates instalment before penalties are added. With many people choosing to pay their rates in person on the last day, council’s customer services is likely to be busy. Read more >>

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